Sharon Beder with Wendy Varney and Richard Gosden,
, Pluto Press, London, 2009.
This Little Kiddy Went to Market: The Corporate Capture of Childhood
also UNSW Press, Sydney, 2009
also Oriental Press, China, 2011 (Chinese translation)
Environmental Principles and Policies, UNSW Press, Sydney, and Earthscan, London, 2006. Sharon Beder,
Suiting Themselves: How Corporations Drive the Global Agenda, Earthscan, London, 2006. Sharon Beder,
Free-Market Missionaries: The Corporate Manipulation of Community Values, Earthscan, London, 2006. Sharon Beder,
Power Play: The Fight for Control of the World's Electricity, Scribe, Melbourne, 2003
also the New Press, New York, 2003
Kyobo Book Centre, Seoul, South Korea, 2004 (Korean translation)
Soshisha Publishing, Japan, 2005 (Japanese translation)
Fondo de Cultura Económica, Mexico, 2005 (Spanish translation).
Global Spin: The Corporate Assault on Environmentalism, Green Books, Devon, UK, 1997
also Scribe, Melbourne, Australia
Chelsea Green, Vermont, US, 1998
Sogei Shuppan Publishing, Osaka, Japan, 1999 (Japanese translation).
revised edition, Scribe, Melbourne, 2000
2nd edition, Green Books and Chelsea Green, 2002.
Selling the Work Ethic: From Puritan Pulpit to Corporate PR, Scribe, Melbourne, and Zed Books, London and New York, 2000.
also KLIM, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2004 (Danish translation).
The New Engineer: Management and Professional Responsibility in a Changing World, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1998. Sharon Beder,
The Nature of Sustainable Development, Scribe, Newham, Vic., Australia, 1993.
2nd edition, Scribe, Melbourne, 1996.
Toxic Fish & Sewer Surfing, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1989 (full text available).
Suiting Themselves book and Free Market Missionaries book)
Business-Managed Democracy: The Transnational Class, State of Nature, Summer 2014. Sharon Beder,
Peabody and the Coal Juggernaut, Canberra Times, 30 April 2014, pp. 1, 4 Sharon Beder,
Beware stings in tail of free trade agreements, The Age, 14 April 2014, p. 20 Sharon Beder,
Business wheels out big guns in war with science, Canberra Times, 4 January 2014, p. 5. Sharon Beder,
Thinking for Corporations & Revolving into Government, Justice Rising 5(4), 2013, p. 12 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
Globalisation: Before and After the Crisis, in Zukunft der transkulturellen Bildung – Zukunft der Migration, edited by Asit Datta, Brandes & Apsel, Frankfurt, 2010, pp. 18-29 (pdf-139KB). Sharon Beder,
Business-Managed Democracy: The Trade Agenda, Critical Social Policy 30(14), 2010. Sharon Beder,
Neoliberalism and the Global Financial Crisis, Social Alternatives 28(1), 2009, pp. 17-21. Sharon Beder,
The Corporate Assault on Democracy, International Journal of Inclusive Democracy 4(1), January 2008 Sharon Beder, ‘Corporate power vs corporate responsibility’,
Action, Winter 2007-8, pp. 12-13. Sharon Beder,
Balancing Bias in the Media in The Science Minister and the Sea Cow: Thirteen Essays on the Nature of Choice, Finlay Lloyd, Braidwood, NSW, 2007, pp. 60-70 (pdf-100KB). Sharon Beder,
Trading away our Rights, Arena Magazine 85, October/November, 2006, p. 14. Sharon Beder,
Executive Power, On Line Opinion, 9 June 2006. Sharon Beder,
Financial Interests a threat to democracy, Canberra Times, 5 June 2006, p. 11. Sharon Beder,
Can we trust big business?, Canberra Times, 13 January 2006, p. 15. Loren R. Mosher,
Richard Gosden and Sharon Beder, Drug companies and Schizophrenia: Unbridled Capitalism meets Madness, in Models of Madness: Psychological, Social and Biological Approaches to Schizophrenia edited by John Read, Loren Mosher and Richard Bentall, Brunner-Routledge, New York, 2004, pp. 115-130. Sharon Beder,
Richard Gosden and Loren R. Mosher, 'Pig Pharma: Psychiatric Agenda Setting by Drug Companies', in Family Therapy as an Alternative to Medication: An Appraisal of Pharmland, edited by Phoebe S. Prosky and David V. Keith, Brunner-Routledge, New York, 2003, pp. 193-208. Sharon Beder,
Agenda Setting for Environmental Protection Policies, in Green Governance: From Periphery to Power, edited by Simon Kerr, Ton Buhrs & Christine Dann, Lincoln University, Christchurch, 2002, pp. 22-25.
Richard Gosden and Sharon Beder, Pharmaceutical Industry Agenda Setting in Mental Health Policies, Ethical Human Sciences and Services 3(3) Fall/Winter 2001, pp. 147-159.
Global Spin book, Business-Managed Environment website and Environment in Crisis website)
We need to talk about how we talk about climate change, The Conversation, 3 June 2014. Sharon Beder,
Carbon offsets can do more environmental harm than good, The Conversation, 28 May 2014. Sharon Beder,
Variability in terms is a product of government climate, Canberra Times, 19 March 2014, p. 5. Sharon Beder,
Corporate Discourse on Climate Change, in The Propaganda Society: Promotional Culture and Politics in Global Context, edited by Gerald Sussman, Peter Lang, New York, 2011, pp. 113-29. Sharon Beder,
Drowning in Greenwash, alive Australia, Spring 2009, pp. 58-61. Sharon Beder,
Fielding Skeptical Viewpoints, Illawarra Mercury, 24 June 2009. Sharon Beder,
Industry Conjurers, Overland 195, Winter 2009, pp. 54-58. Sharon Beder, ‘Capital’s Curriculum’,
Arena Magazine, April-May, 2007, pp. 47-8. Sharon Beder, ‘The Public Relations Assault on Transport Sustainability’,
Pacific Ecologist 13, Summer 2006/07, pp. 39-43. Sharon Beder, ‘Corporate propaganda and global capitalism – Selling free enterprise?’in
Global Politics in the Information Age, edited by Mark J. Lacy and Peter Wilkin, Manchester University Press, 2006, pp. 116-130. Sharon Beder,
Big business and greenhouse: a declaration of surrender, ON LINE Opinion, 6 Feb 2006. Sharon Beder,
The Role of "Economic Education" in Achieving Capitalist Hegemony, State of Nature 2, Sept/Oct 2006. Sharon Beder,
The Public Relations Assault on Transport Sustainability, Towards Sustainable Land Transport, CDRom, NZ Institute of Highway Technology, November 2004. Sharon Beder,
Moulding and Manipulating the News, in Controversies in Environmental Sociology, edited by Rob White, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 2004, pp. 204-220. Sharon Beder,
bp: Beyond Petroleum? in Battling Big Business: Countering greenwash, infiltration and other forms of corporate bullying, edited by Eveline Lubbers, Green Books, Devon, UK, 2002, pp. 26-32. Sharon Beder,
Ecos Corp's "Win-Win" Spin for Corporate Environmentalism, PR Watch, 9(2), 2002, pp. 9-11 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
Putting the Boot In, The Ecologist 32(3), April 2002, pp. 24-28, 66-7. Sharon Beder,
Casting Doubt and Undermining Action, Pacific Ecologist 1, March 2002, pp. 42-49. Sharon Beder,
The Public Relations Assault on Ecological Engineering, International Ecological Engineering Society (IEES) Conference, Lincoln University, November 2001. Sharon Beder,
Greenwash and Anti-environmentalism in International Encyclopedia of Environmental Politics, edited by John Barry and E. Gene Frankland, Routledge, 2001. Sharon Beder and Richard Gosden,
WPP: World Propaganda Power, PRWatch, 8(2), 2001, pp. 9-10. Sharon Beder,
Global Spin, in Earthscan Reader in Business and Sustainable Development, ed. Richard Starkey and Richard Welford, Earthscan, London, 2001, pp. 242-266. Sharon Beder,
The Corporate Assault on Democracy, Australian Rationalist 52, 2000, pp. 4-11. Sharon Beder,
The Intellectual Sorcery of Think Tanks, Arena Magazine 41, June/July 1999, pp. 30-32. Sharon Beder,
From Green Warriors to Greenwashers, PR Watch, 6(3), 1999, pp. 8-12 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
Through the Revolving Door: From Greenpeace to Big Business, PRWatch, 6(3), 1999, pp. 1-4 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
Best coverage money can buy, New Internationalist, 314, July 1999, p. 30. Sharon Beder,
Corporate Hijacking of the Greenhouse Debate, The Ecologist, March/April 1999, pp. 119-122. Sharon Beder,
Public Relations' Role
in Manufacturing Artificial Grass Roots Coalitions, Public Relations Quarterly 43(2), Summer 98, pp. 21-3. Sharon Beder,
Ecological Double Agents, Australasian Science, February 1998, pp. 19-22 Sharon Beder,
Challenging the Corporate Agenda, Renewing Australian Planning? New Challenges, New Agendas, edited by Brendon Gleeson and Penny Hanley, Urban Research Program Forum, ANU, Canberra, 1998, pp. 83-98. Sharon Beder, 'Big Business Fights Dirty on Environmental Issues',
NZ Herald, 10th November 1997, p. A13. Sharon Beder, 'The Big Bucks of Business Back Attack on Greens',
The Age, 3rd November 1997, p. A15. Sharon Beder, Paul Brown and John Vidal,
Who Killed Kyoto?, The Guardian, 29th October 1997. Sharon Beder,
Manipulating Public Knowledge (survey review), Metascience 7(1), 1998, pp. 132-9.
A SLAPP in the face of democracy, Democratic Audit of Australia, December 2004 (pdf - 33k). Sharon Beder,
Corporate Activism against Civil Disobedience, Engineers Australia, May 1999, p. 66. Sharon Beder,
Public Participation or Public Relations? in Technology and Public Participation, ed. Brian Martin, Science and Technology Studies, University of Wollongong, 1999, pp. 169-189. Sharon Beder,
Action Against Participants: The US Experience, Defending the Defenders: Protest, the Environment and the Law, National Environmental Defenders Office Network, Sydney, 1998, pp. 1-8. Sharon Beder,
Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, SLAPPs: Coming to a Controversy Near You, Current Affairs Bulletin 72(3), October/November 1995, pp. 22-29. Sharon Beder, SLAPPs: Silencing Public Dissent,
Green Left Weekly, 15 October 1997, pp. 5-8.
Power Play book)
The Debate: Should NSW's poles and wires be privatised? The case against privatisation, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 March 2015. Sharon Beder,
Why privatising poles won't reduce your electricity bill, Sydney Morning Herald, 11 June 2014. Sharon Beder,
Privatisation provides no dividends for the poor, Canberra Times, 10 January 2014, p. 5. Sharon Beder,
The Real Cause of Electricity Price Rises, Australian Options, Autumn 2013, pp, 14-16. Sharon Beder,
The real cause of electricity price rises in NSW, The Conversation, 3 September 2012. Sharon Beder,
State of NSW: Weighing the cost of the privatisation of power, The Conversation, 24 March 2011. Sharon Beder,
Electricity, generation, climate change and privatisation, Australian Options 57, Winter 2009, pp. 18-20. Sharon Beder,
Electricity change will shock the state, The Herald (Newscastle), 5 December, p. 9. Sharon Beder,
Submission to Owen Inquiry into Electricity Supply in NSW, Unions NSW, Sydney, June 2007 (754k pdf). Sharon Beder,
Electricity: The Global Impact of Power Reforms in Beyond the Market: The Future of Public Services, edited by Daniel Chavez, TNI/Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU), Amsterdam, 2006, pp. 57-66. (also in Spanish - Electricidad: El impacto global de las reformas energéticas) downloads are pdfs Sharon Beder,
A World Gone MaD: Marketisation and Deregulation of Electricity, Arena Magazine 81, February/March 2006, pp. 22-23.
The Japanese Electricity Indusry, new conclusion for the Japanese edition of Power Play: The Fight to Control the World’s Electricity, Soshisha Ltd, Japan, 2006. Sharon Beder,
Critique of the Global Project to Privatize and Marketize Energy, Envisioning a Renewable Public Energy System, Korean Labor Social Network on Energy (KLSNE), Seoul, South Korea, June 2005, pp. 177-185. Damien Cahill and Sharon Beder,
Neo-liberal think tanks and neo-liberal restructuring: Learning the lessons from Project Victoria and the privatisation of Victoria’s electricity industry, Social Alternatives 24(1) 2005, pp. 43-8. Damien Cahill and Sharon Beder,
Regulating the power shift: the state, capital and electricity privatisation in Australia, Journal of Australian Political Economy 55, June 2005, pp. 5-22 Sharon Beder, ‘Privatised electricity prices will put household in a state of shock’,
Sydney Morning Herald, 26 May 2005, p. 15. Sharon Beder, ‘The myths that drive privatisation’,
The Age, 30 April 2004. Sharon Beder,
Ringing off Essential Public Services, Australasian Science, May 2004, p. 43. Sharon Beder,
Thieves in the Night, Arena Magazine 67, October 2003, pp. 37-40. Sharon Beder,
Power Failure, New Zealand Listener 190(3309), October 11-17 2003, 22-24. Sharon Beder, ‘The Electricity Market Has The Power, And A Profit To Make’,
Sydney Morning Herald, 1 August 2003, p. 11. Sharon Beder,
Utility Company Propaganda: The Early Years, PRWatch 10(3), 2003, p. 7. Sharon Beder,
How Environmentalists Sold Out to Help Enron, PRWatch 10(3), 2003, pp. 5-6. Sharon Beder,
The Electricity Deregulation Con Game, PRWatch 10(3), 2003, pp. 1-5. Sharon Beder,
For Sale: The Power of the People, Australian Financial Review, 4 July 2003, Weekend Review, p. 10.
Selling the Work Ethic book)
Consumerism – an Historical Perspective, Pacific Ecologist 9, Spring 2004, pp. 42-48. Sharon Beder,
Digging your own grave, in The Ideas Book, edited by Linda Carroli, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, Queensland, 2005, pp. 30-39. Sharon Beder,
The rising levels of debt that stop workers clocking off, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 August 2003, p. 15. Sharon Beder,
Are We All Masochists?, Australian Financial Review, 20th June 2003, Weekend Review, p. 6. Sharon Beder,
Selling the Work Ethic, The Sydney Papers 13(4), Spring 2001, pp. 43-47 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
The Promotion of a Secular Work Ethic, M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture, 4(5) 2001. Sharon Beder, 'Selling the Work Ethic',
World Review 4(4) 2001, pp. 36-38. Sharon Beder,
Welfare, the Work Ethic and Propaganda, Illawarra Mercury, 16 Mar. 2001, p. 13. Sharon Beder,
Selling the Work Ethic, Australian Rationalist 55, Spring 2000, pp. 8-13. Sharon Beder, 'Ethics of Work',
Herald Sun, 1 November 2000, p. 17. Sharon Beder, 'Wheels of progress fall off the Protestant work ethic',
Sydney Morning Herald, 23 October 2000. Sharon Beder,
Why hard work isn't working any more, The Age, 21 October 2000.
Commercialism in Schools website, Sponsored Classroom Materials website, Business-Managed Education website and This Little Kiddy Went to Market book)
P-Tech and its made-to-order trainees, Canberra Times, 16 June 2014, p. 5. Sharon Beder,
Pearson education reforms, On Line Opinion, 26 May 2014. Sharon Beder,
The wrong men behind curriculum review, The Age, 14 January 2014, p. 20 (Also Curriculum rebalance appears one-sided, The Newcastle Herald, 14 January 2014). Sharon Beder,
A Dirty Business, AEU News, September 2009, pp. 16-17. Sharon Beder,
This Little Kiddy Went to Market, Australian Options 58, Spring 2009, pp. 8-10. Sharon Beder,
Big business should not be allowed to dominate education planning, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 November 2008, p. 15. Sharon Beder,
Equality of education puts system to the test, Newcastle Herald, 16 January 2001. Sharon Beder, 'Shaping Ideas: Propaganda in Schools',
Directions in Education, 9(5) 28 April 2000, p. 1. Sharon Beder, 'Get 'em young',
Good Weekend, 7 February 1998, p. 43. Sharon Beder, 'The Corporate Infiltration of Science Education',
School Science Review, 80(290), 1998, pp. 37-42. Sharon Beder,
The dioxin controversy: spilling over into schools, Australian Science Teachers' Journal, November 1998, pp. 28-34. Sharon Beder,
A Community View, Caring for Children in the Media Age, Papers from a national conference, edited by John Squires and Tracy Newlands, New College Institute for Values Research, Sydney, 1998, pp. 101-111. Sharon Beder,
The Corporate Manipulation of Science Education, ABC Online, 12 November 1997.
Environmental Principles and Policies book and The Nature of Sustainable Development book)
Sharon Beder, ‘
Variability in terms is a product of government climate’, Canberra Times, 19 March 2014, p. 5 Sharon Beder, '
Responsibility and Intergenerational Equity', in Enough for all Forever: A Handbook for Learning about Sustainability, edited by Joy Murray, Glenn Cawthorne, Christopher Dey and Chris Andrew, Common Ground, Champaign, Illinois, 2012, pp. 132-9 (pdf-102KB) Sharon Beder and Richard Gosden,
Pindone Rabbit Baiting — Cruel and Careless, Chain Reaction 112, July 2011, pp. 42-3. Jasmin Sydee and Sharon Beder, ‘Earth Sanctuaries and the Failure of Market-based Conservation’,
Chain Reaction 100, August 2007, pp. 27-29. Jasmin Sydee and Sharon Beder,
The Right Way to Go? Earth Sanctuaries and Market-based Conservation, Capitalism Nature Socialism, March 2006 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
The Changing Face of Conservation: Commodification, Privatisation and the Free Market in Gaining Ground: In Pursuit of Ecological Sustainability, edited by D. M. Lavigne, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Guelph, Canada & University of Limerick, Ireland, 2006, pp. 83-97. Sharon Beder,
So where the bloody devil are you? Geelong Advertiser, 5 April 2006, p. 23. Sharon Beder,
The stain in sustainability, New Internationalist, no. 383, October, 2005, pp. 14-15. Sharon Beder, 'Environmentalists help manage corporate reputations', in
Corporate Social Responsibility: The Environmental Aspects, edited by Sumati Reddy, ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, India, 2004, pp. 82-102. Andrea I. Schäfer and Sharon Beder,
Relevance of the Precautionary Principle in Water Recycling, Desalination, 187-88, 2006, pp. 241-252 (pdf - 770KB). Sharon Beder,
Environmentalists Help Manage Corporate Reputation: Changing Perceptions not Behaviour, Ecopolitics 1(4), Spring 2002, pp. 60-72. Sharon Beder,
Offering Solutions or Compromises?, Chain Reaction 87, 2002, pp. 14-15,26-7. Sharon Beder,
Economy and environment: competitors or partners?, Pacific Ecologist 3, Spring 2002, pp. 50-56. Jasmin Sydee and Sharon Beder,
Ecofeminism and Globalism, Democracy and Nature, July 2001, pp. 281-302. Sharon Beder,
Costing the Earth: Equity, Sustainable Development and Environmental Economics, New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law, 4, 2000, pp. 227-243. Sharon Beder,
Hijacking Sustainable Development: A Critique of Corporate Environmentalism, Chain Reaction 81, Summer 1999/2000, pp, 8-10. Sharon Beder, Tough Choices Bedevil Sustainable Development, in
Economics as a Social Science, ed. George Argyrous and Frank Stilwell, Pluto Press, Sydney 1996, pp. 177-181. Sharon Beder,
The Role of Technology in Sustainable Development, Technology and Society 13(4), Winter 1994, pp. 14-19. Sharon Beder,
The Hidden Messages Within Sustainable Development, Social Alternatives 13(2), July 1994, pp. 8-12. Sharon Beder,
Revoltin' Developments: The Politics of Sustainable Development, Arena Magazine, June-July 1994, pp. 37-39. Sharon Beder,
Tough Choices Bedevil Sustainable Development, 21C, Summer 1993, pp. 32-39. Sharon Beder,
Making Engineering Design Sustainable, Transactions of Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Australia GE17(1) June 1993, pp. 31-35. Sharon Beder,
Debate is Best Stifled with Yawns, Sydney Morning Herald, 2nd October 1992, p. 13. Sharon Beder,
Activism versus Negotiation: Strategies for the Environment Movement, Social Alternatives 10(4), December 1991, pp53-56.
Environmental Principles and Policies book and The Nature of Sustainable Development book)
Environmental economics and ecological economics: the contribution of interdisciplinarity to understanding, influence and effectiveness, Environmental Conservation 38(2), June 2011, pp. 140-150 (pdf). Sharon Beder, ‘Market Mechanisms, Ecological Sustainability and Equity’, in
Readings in Political Economy, 3rd ed., edited by George Argyrous and Frank Stilwell, Tilde University Press, Prahan, Vic 2011, pp. 197-201. Sharon Beder,
Token environmental policy continues in Australia, Pacific Ecologist 18, Winter 2009, pp. 45-48. Sharon Beder,
The Corporate Agenda for Environmental Property Rights, Property Rights and Sustainability, NZ Centre for Environmental Law Conference 2008, Auckland, April 2009. Sharon Beder,
Market Mechanisms, Ecological Sustainability and Social Equity, Markets & the Public Interest - Towards a New Economic Vision, Search Foundation Roundtable, Sydney, 21 September 2008. Sharon Beder,
Market solution won't work, Canberra Times, 15 July 2008 , p. 9. Sharon Beder,
Carbon offsets are not sustainable, Green 22, Autumn 2007, pp. 16-17. Sharon Beder, ‘Carbon trading: a cure or a delaying tactic’,
Canberra Times, 16 November 2006, p. 21. Sharon Beder,
Water must go to those who deserve it most, the rich, The Age, 21 September 2006, p. 17. Sharon Beder,
Emissions Trading is not the Answer, The Age, 6 September 2006. Sharon Beder,
Neoliberal Think Tanks and Free Market Environmentalism, Environmental Politics, 10(2) Summer 2001, pp. 128-133. Sharon Beder,
Economic Incentives for Environmental Protection, Ecodate, 15(3) July 2001, pp. 6-7. Sharon Beder,
Trading the Earth: The politics behind tradeable pollution rights, Environmental Liability, (9)2, 2001, pp. 152-160. Sharon Beder,
Emissions Trading: A Vehicle for Achieving Greenhouse Targets, Engineers Australia, August 1999, pp. 28-9. Sharon Beder,
The Environment Goes to Market, Democracy and Nature 3(3), 1997, pp. 90-106. Sharon Beder,
Valuing the Environment, Engineering World, December 1996, pp. 12-14. Sharon Beder,
Contract with America: Costing the Earth?, Technology and Society, Spring 1996, pp. 9-11. Sharon Beder,
Charging the Earth: The Promotion of Price-Based Measures for Pollution Control, Ecological Economics 16, 1996, pp. 51-63. Sharon Beder,
Market-based Environmental Preservation: Costing the Earth, Search 25(8), September 1994, pp 226-8.
CCA-Treated Timber Web Site
Are you eating arsenic with your picnic?, Courier Mail, 13 August 2008. Nina Lansbury and Sharon Beder,
Treated Timber, Toxic Time-bomb: The Need for a Precautionary Approach to the Use of Copper Chrome Arsenate (CCA) as a Timber Preservative, University of Wollongong, NSW, February 2005 (pdf 1.8 MB) ( executive summary-pdf 150kb) Sharon Beder, ‘Problems with treated timber rising to the surface’,
The Canberra Times, 21 March 2005, p. 13. Sharon Beder,
Arsenic and Old Wood, Sydney Morning Herald, 16 July 2003, p. 12. Sharon Beder,
Timber Leachates Prompt Preservative Review, Engineers Australia 75(6), June 2003, pp. 32-4.
Sharon Beder, 'Olympic Spin',
Juice 93, August 2000, pp. 22-23. Sharon Beder, '
. . . And what the tourists will not see', Sunday Age, 18 June 2000, p. 8. Sharon Beder,
Let the Spin Begin!, Harper's Magazine, May 2000, pp. 50-1. Sharon Beder,
Green gloss over toxic Olympics site, Canberra Times, 23 September 1999, p. 10. Sharon Beder,
Selling a Leaky Landfill as the "World's Best Practice", PR Watch, 6(2), 1999, p. 9 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
Media Self-Censorship in Australia's Olympics Bid, PR Watch, 6(2), 1999, pp. 7-8 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
Greenwashing an Olympic-Sized Toxic Dump, PR Watch, 6(2), 1999, pp. 1-6 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
"Leaky landfill" the way to go?, Engineers Australia, October 1998, p. 62. Sharon Beder,
'Sydney's Olympic Landscape: A Toxic Cover-up', Search 27 (7) August 1996, pp. 209-211. Sharon Beder,
Sydney's Toxic Green Olympics, Current Affairs Bulletin 70(6), November 1993, pp.12-18.
Sharon Beder and Michael Shortland,
Siting a Hazardous Waste Facility: The Tangled Web of Risk Communication, Public Understanding of Science 1(2), 1992, pp139-160. Sharon Beder,
Hazardous Waste: An Intractable Problem, The Bulletin, 30 July 1991, pp92-96. Sharon Beder, 'The Burning Issue of Australia's Toxic Waste',
New Scientist, 8 June 1991, pp29-32. Sharon Beder,
No Smoke Without Fire, Australian Society, July 1990, pp5-6. Sharon Beder,
The Case Against an Australian High Temperature Incinerator for Hazardous Wastes, Chemical Engineering in Australia 15(1), March 1990, pp12-14. Sharon Beder,
Wasteful Problem, Hazardous Solution, Chain Reaction, Summer 1987-88, pp13-15.
Toxic Fish and Sewer Surfing book)
Technical Paradigms: The Case of Sewerage Engineering, Technology Studies 4(2), 1997, pp. 167-188. Sharon Beder,
Sewage Treatment and the Engineering Establishment in Confronting the Experts, ed. Brian Martin, State University of New York Press, Albany, NY, 1995, pp. 13-44 (300 kB pdf). Sharon Beder,
From Sewage Farms to Septic Tanks: Trials and Tribulations in Sydney, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society 79(1 and 2), 1993, pp72-95. Sharon Beder,
Pipelines and Paradigms: The Development of Sewerage Engineering, Australian Civil Engineering Transactions CE35(1) March 1993, pp79-85. Sharon Beder,
Sydney, Sewage and the South Pacific, Aquapolis, Anno 1, No 4, July-August 1992, pp34-5. Sharon Beder,
Getting into Deep Water: Sydney's Extended Ocean Sewage Outfalls in Pam Scott, ed., A Herd of White Elephants: Australia's Science &Technology Policy, Hale and Iremonger, Sydney, 1992, pp62-74. Sharon Beder,
Fallout on Outfalls, Engineering World, April 1991, pp10-11. Sharon Beder,
Controversy and Closure: Sydney's Beaches in Crisis, Social Studies of Science 21, May 1991, pp223-56. Sharon Beder,
The Many Meanings of Means, Search 22(3), April/May 1991, pp88-90. Sharon Beder, 'Recycling Innovations in Sewage Treatment',
Search 21(8), December 1990, pp247-248. Sharon Beder,
Science and the Control of Information: An Australian Case Study, The Ecologist, vol. 20, July/August 1990, pp136-140. Sharon Beder, 'Surf and Seafood Come Under Suspicion in Sydney',
New Scientist, 14 July 1990, pp24-29. Sharon Beder,
Early Environmentalists and the Battle Against Sewers in Sydney, Royal Australian Historical Society Journal 76(1), June 1990, pp27-44. Sharon Beder,
The Sydney Experience, in A.M.Cooke, ed., Sydney's Strangled Sewerage System, ANZAAS, 1990. Sharon Beder,
Engineering Sydney's Sewerage Pollution: Public Relations Assisted Technology, Current Affairs Bulletin 66(2), July 1989, pp27-31. Sharon Beder,
Professional Influence and Public Effluent, Australian Society, May 1989, pp71-72. Sharon Beder,
The Effects of Environmental Regulation on the Development of Waste Management Technology in Planning for Environmental Change, IEAust, National Conference Publication No. 89/3, 1989, pp124-128. Sharon Beder,
From Pipe Dreams to Tunnel Vision: Engineering Decision-Making and Sydney's Sewerage System, Thesis for Doctor of Philosophy, University of NSW, Australia, 1989.
Environmental Impact Assessment, Ecodate, July 1997, pp. 3-8. Sharon Beder,
'Engineers, Ethics and Sustainable Development', in Structures and Norms in Science, vol II, ed. M.L.D. Chiara, K. Doets, D. Mundici and J. van Benthem, Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1997. Sharon Beder,
Bias and Credibility in Environmental Impact Assessment, Chain Reaction 68, February 1993, pp28-30.(reprinted in Update, No 2, June 1993, pp8-9.) Sharon Beder,
Environmental Impact Statements - The Ethical Dilemma for Engineers, paper delivered to the National Engineering Conference, Canberra, April 1990.
The New Engineer book)
Sharon Beder, 'The Role of Technology in Sustainable Development', in Social, Ethical, and Policy Implications of Engineering, Selected Readings, ed. Joseph R. Herkert, IEEE, 2000, pp. 230-5.
Beyond Technicalities: Expanding Engineering Thinking, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice 125(1), January 1999, pp. 12-18. Sharon Beder, 'Engineering Education at a Cross Roads',
Water, March/April 1997, p. 3. Sharon Beder,
Toward an Environmentally Conscious Engineering Graduate, Australasian Journal of Engineering Education 7(1), 1996, pp. 39-45. Sharon Beder, Engineers, Ethics and Etiquette,
New Scientist, 25 September 1993, pp. 36-41. Sharon Beder,
The Fallible Engineer, New Scientist, 2nd November 1991, pp32-36 (translated into Japanese and reprinted in Engineering History 67, June 1992, pp. 6-11). Sharon Beder,
Educating Ecologically Sustainable Engineers, Education Links 37, Summer 1989/90, pp24-25. Sharon Beder,
Towards a More Representative Engineering Education, International Journal of Applied Engineering Education 5(2), 1989, pp173-182. Sharon Beder, Foreword in Richard Badham and Coralie Creevey, eds,
Technology and Social Responsibility, SSRE & TASC, Sydney & Wollongong, 1986, pp4-7.
Sharon Beder, '
A bit of the Rain Man in every engineer?', Engineers Australia, April 1998, p. 57. Sharon Beder,
Australian engineers not alone in low profile, Engineers Australia, May 1998, p. 64. Sharon Beder,
Saving money without costing the Earth, Engineers Australia, June 1998, p. 56. Sharon Beder,
Your ethical obligations go further than you might think, Engineers Australia, July 1998, p. 56. Sharon Beder,
Market forces and the surrender of professional judgement, Engineers Australia, August 1998, p. 62. Sharon Beder,
The downside of corporatisation, Engineers Australia, September 1998, p. 62. Sharon Beder,
Is planned obsolescence socially responsible?, Engineers Australia, November 1998, p. 52. Sharon Beder,
Spending on infrastructure a sign of maturity, Engineers Australia, December 1998, p. 52. Sharon Beder,
Danes involve laypeople in technological issues, Engineers Australia, January 1999, p. 48. Sharon Beder,
Corporate integrity difficult to control following privatisation, Engineers Australia, February 1999, p. 60. Sharon Beder,
Precaution needed beyond legal requirements, Engineers Australia, March 1999, p. 60. Sharon Beder,
Conformity not Conducive to Creativity, Engineers Australia, April 1999, p. 60. Sharon Beder,
Corporate Activism against Civil Disobedience, Engineers Australia, May 1999, p. 66. Sharon Beder,
Focusing on the quality rather than the quantity of work, Engineers Australia, June 1999, p. 66. Sharon Beder,
The Political Nature of Standard Setting, Engineers Australia, July 1999, p. 62. Sharon Beder,
Emissions Trading, Engineers Australia, August 1999, p. 58. Sharon Beder,
Whoever pays the piper, calls the tune, Engineers Australia, September 1999, p. 60. Sharon Beder,
Corporate universities--for better or worse?, Engineers Australia, October 1999, p. 70. Sharon Beder,
Examining the role of think tanks, Engineers Australia, November 1999, p. 66. Sharon Beder,
Designing for sustainability, Engineers Australia, December 1999, p. 65. Sharon Beder,
Downside of world trade, Engineers Australia, January 2000, p. 52. Sharon Beder,
Making pollution data available on the Internet, Engineers Australia, February 2000, p. 60. Sharon Beder,
Valuable skills learned from "basket-weaving", Engineers Australia, March 2000, p. 46. Sharon Beder,
Consultation--doing more than the bare minimum, Engineers Australia, April 2000, p. 66. Sharon Beder,
Public relations and technology, Engineers Australia, May 2000, p. 44. Sharon Beder,
Creating a green image without addressing the main problems, Engineers Australia, June 2000, p. 44. Sharon Beder,
1890s US anti-monopoly legislation is just as relevant now, Engineers Australia, July 2000, p. 52. Sharon Beder,
Dioxin still on the menu, Engineers Australia, August 2000, p. 30. Sharon Beder,
Adapting the Economic System to Fit the Environment, Engineers Australia, September 2000, p. 50. Sharon Beder,
Economic Development "with a human face", Engineers Australia, October 2000, p. 39. Sharon Beder,
The decline of the Global Climate Coalition, Engineers Australia, Nov 2000, p. 41. Sharon Beder,
Welfare and the Work Ethic, Engineers Australia, December 2000, p. 55. Sharon Beder,
Endurance of the Suit, Engineers Australia, January 2001. Sharon Beder,
Deregulation disaster in California, Engineers Australia, February 2001, p. 38. Sharon Beder,
Working Long Hours, Engineers Australia, March 2001, p. 42. Sharon Beder,
Faster Cars, Slower Kids, Engineers Australia, April 2001, p. 51. Sharon Beder,
Equity or Efficiency, Engineers Australia, May 2001, p. 39. Sharon Beder,
Every Breath You Take, Engineers Australia, July 2001, p. 52. Sharon Beder,
Insurers Sweat Over Global Warming, Engineers Australia, August 2001, p. 41. Sharon Beder,
Privatisation in PNG, Engineers Australia, September 2001, p. 30. Sharon Beder,
Recycling can be a dirty business, Engineers Australia, October 2001, p. 42. Sharon Beder,
Slaying electricity "vampires", Engineers Australia, November 2001, p. 59.
Governments divide into leaners, lifters too, Newcastle Herald, 10 July 2014, p. 11. Sharon Beder,
We are all entitled to human rights, On Line Opinion, 6 June 2014. Sharon Beder,
Public interest being spun out of asylum seeker issues, Canberra Times, 5 March 2014, p. 5 Sharon Beder and Richard Gosden,
Pindone Rabbit-Baiting: Cruel and Careless?, Discussion Paper, September 2010 (pdf). Sharon Beder,
A tired old tactic to help only the rich, Sydney Morning Herald, 6 September 2005, p. 13. Sharon Beder, ‘Businessmen, those ties don’t suit you in this neck of the woods’,
Sydney Morning Herald, 16 January 2004, p. 13. Sharon Beder,
Addressing the Issues of Social and Academic Integration for First Year Students, Ultibase, December 1997. Sharon Beder,
Saving Ozzie Skins from Ozone Depletion, Australian Science Teachers Journal 39(3), September 1993, pp. 7-10.
Environmental Context, Web-based course, 2001. Sharon Beder,
Environment in Crisis, Web-based course, 2003. Sharon Beder,
The Collapse of Wingecarribee Wetlands, Web Site prepared on behalf of Robertson Environmental Protection Society (REPS), 2001. Sharon Beder,
Environmental Context: The Socio-Political Context of Environmental Issues, CD Rom based computer-aided learning package, 1997. Stewart Russell, John Schuster and Sharon Beder, Introduction to Science and Technology Studies, a Radio-based programme broadcast on ABC Radio, Open Learning Australia, 1995 (responsible for parts 10, 11 and 12).
Sharon Beder, Environmental Management, Units 1 and 2, Master of Business and Technology, University of New South Wales, 1992.
The Hole Story: Recent Ozone Depletion Research in the Areas of Medical, Biological and Veterinary Science, Physics, Pharmacy and Physiology, University of Sydney, Sydney 1992. Sharon Beder,
Environmental Impact Statements: Interpretation and Evaluation, A Guided Learning Short Course, Engineering Education Australia, 1991 (a set of 5 learning guides for engineers utilising the video package listed below). Sharon Beder,
Sydney Harbour Tunnel: Environmental Impact Statement, video package containing:
Sharon Beder, Documentary Video - Who Pays the Toll? The Sydney Harbour Tunnel Environmental Impact Statement, University of Sydney Television Service, University of Sydney, 1991.
Sharon Beder, Cost-Benefit Analysis: An Explanation, Environmental Education Project, University of Sydney, 1991.
Sharon Beder, Environmental Planning, Environmental Education Project, University of Sydney, 1991.
Sharon Beder, Teachers Guide, Environmental Education Project, Uni. of Sydney, 1991.
Sharon Beder, Environmental Impact Statements: Selected Readings, Environmental Education Project, University of Sydney, 1991