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Brian Martin. Mobbing of a PhD student: lessons and responsibilities. Published as: Asedio grupal a una estudiante de doctorado: lecciones y responsabilidades. In: Florencia Peña Saint Martin and Silvia Karla Fernández Marín (eds), Mobbing en la academia mexicana (Ediciones Eón, Mexico City, 2016), pp. 161-175. Mobbing of PhD student Judy Wilyman.

Brian Martin. Suppression of protest. In Kathrin Fahlenbrach, Martin Klimke and Joachim Scharloth (eds.), Protest Cultures: A Companion (New York: Berghahn Books, 2016), pp. 462-471.

Brian Martin and Florencia Peña Saint Martin. Resistiendo al mobbing: la opción asertiva. In Oliva López Arellano and Florencia Peña Saint Martin (eds.), Salud, Condiciones de Vida y Políticas Sociales. Miradas sobre México (Mexico City, Mexico: Ediciones y Gráficos Eón, 2015), pp. 167-188. The assertive option for resisting mobbing, applied to organisational mobbing in Mexico and public mobbing in Australia.

Brian Martin. Plagiarism, misrepresentation, and exploitation by established professionals: power and tactics. In Tracey Bretag (editor), Handbook of Academic Integrity (Singapore: Springer, 2016), pp. 913-927

Brian Martin. From political jiu-jitsu to the backfire dynamic: how repression can promote mobilization. In Kurt Schock (ed.), Civil Resistance: Comparative Perspectives on Nonviolent Struggle (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2015), pp. 145-167

Brian Martin. Strategy for public interest leaking. In Greg Martin, Rebecca Scott Bray and Miiko Kumar (eds.), Secrecy, Law and Society (Oxford: Routledge, 2015), pp. 219-233

Brian Martin. The globalization of whistleblowing. In Daniel Broudy, Jeffery Klaehn and James Winter (eds.), News from Somewhere: A Reader in Communication & Challenges to Globalization (Eugene, OR: Wayzgoose Press, 2015), pp. 231-239

Brian Martin. Dissent in science. In Brent S. Steel (editor), Science and Politics: An A-to-Z Guide to Issues and Controversies (Los Angeles: Sage, 2014), pp. 145-149

Brian Martin. Research that whistleblowers want - and what they need. In A. J. Brown, David Lewis, Richard Moberly and Wim Vanderkerckhove (editors), International Handbook on Whistleblowing Research (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2014), pp. 497-521. Ideas about research that would be helpful to whistleblowers.

Brian Martin and Florencia Peña Saint Martin. El mobbing en la esfera pública: el fenómeno y sus características [Public mobbing: a phenomenon and its features]. In Norma González González (Coordinadora), Organización social del trabajo en la posmodernidad: salud mental, ambientes laborales y vida cotidiana (Guadalajara, Jalisco, México: Prometeo Editores, 2014), pp. 91-114. On collective bullying in public arenas, with a case study from the Australian vaccination debate.

Brian Martin. Effective crisis governance. In State of the World 2013. Is Sustainability Still Possible? Erik Assadourian and Tom Prugh, project directors; Linda Starke, editor (Washington, DC: Island Press, 2013), pp. 269-278, 416-417. The advantages of flexible governance in a crisis.

Brian Martin. Breaking the siege: guidelines for struggle in science. In Science under Siege: Zoology under Threat, eds. Peter Banks, Daniel Lunney and Chris Dickman (Sydney: Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, 2012), pp. 164-170. A zoology case study is used to illustrate tactics.

Brian Martin. Controversies. In: William Sims Bainbridge (editor), Leadership in Science and Technology: A Reference Handbook (Los Angeles: Sage, 2012), pp. 97-104. Features of controversies, types of leaders in controversies, consequences of being a leader and issues for leaders.

Brian Martin. Defending dissent. In Sue Curry Jansen, Jefferson Pooley and Lora Taub-Pervizpour (editors), Media and Social Justice (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pages 145-158. Defamation, whistleblowing and censorship backfire: a personal account.

Brian Martin. From means to ends and back again. In Jørgen Johansen and John Y. Jones (eds.), Experiments with Peace: Celebrating Peace on Johan Galtung's 80th Birthday (Cape Town, South Africa: Pambazuka Press, 2010), pp. 214-219. In social action, it can be useful to turn goals into methods and methods into goals.

Brian Martin. Corruption, outrage and whistleblowing. In Ronald J. Burke and Cary L. Cooper (eds.), Research Companion to Corruption in Organizations (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2009), pp. 206-216. Tactics used by corrupt operators to minimise outrage, and implications for whistleblowers.

Brian Martin. Making accompaniment effective. In Howard Clark (ed.), People Power: Unarmed Resistance and Global Solidarity (London: Pluto Press, 2009), pp. 93-97. The effectiveness of accompaniment - using international observers to protect activists under threat - is explained using the backfire model.

Brian Martin. Varieties of dissent. In Stephen P. Banks (ed.), Dissent and the Failure of Leadership (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2008), pp. 22-36.

David Hess, Steve Breyman, Nancy Campbell and Brian Martin. Science, technology, and social movements. In: Edward J. Hackett, Olga Amsterdamska, Michael Lynch and Judy Wajcman (eds.), The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, 3rd edition (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2008), pp. 472-498.

Brian Martin. Opposing surveillance. In Katina Michael and M. G. Michael (eds), From dataveillance to überveillance and the realpolitik of the transparent society: the second workshop on the social implications of national security, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, 2007, pp. 71-82. Later published in IEEE Technology & Society Magazine, Vol. 29, No. 2, Summer 2010, pp. 26-32. Methods of resisting surveillance.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowers: risks and skills. In Brian Rappert and Caitriona McLeish (eds.), A Web of Prevention: Biological Weapons, Life Sciences and the Governance of Research (London: Earthscan, 2007), pp. 35-49.

Brian Martin. Obstacles to academic integrity. Proceedings of the 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity: Creating a Culture of Integrity, University of South Australia, Adelaide, 6-7 December 2007, pp. 21-26.

Brian Martin. Paths to social change: conventional politics, violence and nonviolence. In: Ralph Summy (ed.), Nonviolent Alternatives for Social Change, in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), developed under the auspices of the UNESCO (Oxford: Eolss Publishers, http://www.eolss.net, 2006).

Brian Martin. Strategies for alternative science. In: Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore (eds.), The New Political Sociology of Science: Institutions, Networks, and Power (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006), pp. 272-298.

Brian Martin. Agricultural antibiotics: features of a controversy In: Daniel Lee Kleinman, Abby J. Kinchy and Jo Handelsman (eds.), Controversies in Science and Technology: From Maize to Menopause (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2005), pp. 37-51.

Brian Martin. Grassroots science. In: Sal Restivo (ed.), Science, Technology, and Society: An Encyclopedia (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 75-81

Sharon Callaghan and Brian Martin. Igniting concern about refugee injustice. In: Rick Flowers (ed.), Education and Social Action Conference, 6-8 December 2004 (Sydney: Centre for Popular Education, University of Technology, Sydney, 2004), pp. 299-303.

Brian Martin. Defending without the military. In: Geoff Harris (ed.), Achieving Security in Sub-Saharan Africa: Cost Effective Alternatives to the Military (Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies, 2004), pp. 43-55. Reprinted, in a revised version, in Peace in North-East Asia, International Seminar, Seoul, Korea, 26-29 June 2005 (War Resisters' International, 2005), pp. 56-67 (in Korean) and pp. 144-156 (in English).

Brian Martin. Australia: Whistleblowers Australia. In: Richard Calland and Guy Dehn (editors), Whistleblowing around the World: Law, Culture & Practice (Cape Town/London: Open Democracy Advice Centre and Public Concern at Work, 2004), pp. 194-198.

Brian Martin. The Richardson dismissal as an academic boomerang. In: Kenneth Westhues (ed.), Workplace Mobbing in Academe: Reports from Twenty Universities (Queenston, Ontario: Edwin Mellen Press, 2004), pp. 317-330. Also in Kenneth Westhues, Administrative Mobbing at the University of Toronto: The Trial, Degradation and Dismissal of a Professor during the Presidency of J. Robert S. Prichard (Queenston, Ontario: Edwin Mellen Press, 2004), Essays in Response, pp. 70-83.

Brian Martin. David Rindos versus the University of Western Australia: analogies to the Orr case. In: John Biggs & Richard Davis (eds.), The Subversion of Australian Universities (Wollongong: Fund for Intellectual Dissent, 2002), pp. 93-108.

Brian Martin. Environment and public health. In: Derek Jones (ed.), Censorship: A World Encyclopedia, Volume 2 (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001), pp. 740-743.

Brian Martin. Science: contemporary censorship. In: Derek Jones (ed.), Censorship: A World Encyclopedia, Volume 4 (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001), pp. 2167-2170.

Brian Martin. Technology, violence, and peace. In: Lester R. Kurtz (editor-in-chief), Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, Volume 3 (New York: Academic Press, 1999), pp. 447-459.

Brian Martin. Against intellectual property. In: Peter Drahos (ed.), Intellectual Property (International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory, Second Series) (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999), pp. 517-532. [Originally published in Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 21, No. 3, July-September 1995, pp. 7-22.]

Brian Martin. Introduction. In: Brian Martin (ed.), Technology and Public Participation (Wollongong: Science and Technology Studies, University of Wollongong, 1999), pp. 1-12.

Brian Martin. Conclusion. In: Brian Martin (ed.), Technology and Public Participation (Wollongong: Science and Technology Studies, University of Wollongong, 1999), pp. 249-263.

Brian Martin and Gabriele Bammer. When experts disagree. In Don Ranney, Chronic Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Workplace (Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1997), pp. 101-113.

Brian Martin. Introduction: experts and establishments. In: Brian Martin (ed.). Confronting the Experts (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996), pp. 1-12.

Brian Martin. Conclusion: learning from struggle. In: Brian Martin (ed.). Confronting the Experts (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996), pp. 175-183.

Schweik Action Wollongong (Alison Rawling, Lisa Schofield, Terry Darling and Brian Martin). Beyond military control. In: Versions of Freedom: An Anthology of Anarchism (Sydney: Visions of Freedom Collective, 1996), pp. 89-94.

Brian Martin and Evelleen Richards. Scientific knowledge, controversy, and public decision-making. In Sheila Jasanoff, Gerald E. Markle, James C. Petersen and Trevor Pinch (eds.), Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1995), pp. 506-526.

Brian Martin. Eliminating state crime by abolishing the state. In Jeffrey Ian Ross (ed.), Controlling State Crime: An Introduction. New York: Garland (1995), pp. 389-417.

Brian Martin. Social defence: arguments and actions. In: Shelley Anderson and Janet Larmore (eds.), Nonviolent Struggle and Social Defence (London: War Resisters' International, 1991), pp. 81-141.

Brian Martin. Nonviolent deterrence. In Gordon Rodley (ed.), Beyond Deterrence (Sydney: Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, 1989), pp. 259-264.

Brian Martin. Education and the environmental movement. In Tom Lovett (ed.), Radical Approaches to Adult Education: A Reader (London: Routledge, 1988), pp. 202-223.

Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh. Introduction. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 1-7.

Brian Martin. Academic exploitation. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 59-62. [An edited version of "Exploiting the academic peons", Australian Society, Vol. 2, No. 9, 1 October 1983, pp. 28-29.]

Brian Martin. Science policy under the whip. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 79-86.

Brian Martin. Mutagens and managers. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 123-129.

Brian Martin. Archives of suppression. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 164-181.

Brian Martin. Elites and suppression. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 185-199, reprinted in Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 12, No. 2, April-June 1986, pp. 31-50.

Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh. Options for dissidents. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 243-252.

Brian Martin and Clyde Manwell. Publicising suppression. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 253-256.

Brian Martin. Suppression and social action. In: Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell and Cedric Pugh (eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986), pp. 257-263.

Brian Martin. Suppression in science. In Barry Butcher et al., Science in Culture (Victoria: Deakin University, 1986).

Brian Martin. The social construction of Australian peace movement demands. In: Paul Patton and Ross Poole (eds.), War/Masculinity (Sydney: Intervention Publications, 1985), pp. 87-99.

Ray Kent, Brian Martin, Val Plumwood, Ann Thomson, Rosemary Walters and Ian Watson. Bureaucracy. In: 1984 and Social Control (Sydney, 1985), pp. 25-33.

Mark Diesendorf and Brian Martin. Optimal generation planning for electricity grids containing wind farms. Proceedings of the Solar World Congress, Perth 1983, Vol. 4, Pergamon Press, pp. 2323-2329 (1984).

Brian Martin. Science and war. In: Arthur Birch (editor), Science Research in Australia (Canberra: Centre for Continuing Education, Australian National University, 1983), pp. 101-108.

Brian Martin. Social defence for Australia? In: Jim Falk (ed.), Preventing Nuclear War: Australia's Role (Wollongong: University of Wollongong, 1982), pp. 56-60.

M. Diesendorf, B. Martin and J. Carlin. The economic value of wind power in electricity grids. Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Wind Energy, BHRA Fluid Engineering, Cranfield, Bedford, England, pp. 127-132 (August 1981).

Brian Martin. Questioning technology and jobs. In: John T. O. Kirk (ed), When Machines Replace People (Canberra: Society for Social Responsibility in Science (A.C.T.), 1981), pp. 117-128. An earlier version: Making a good job of it. Undercurrents, No. 40, pp. 34-36 (June-July 1980).

B. Martin. Sources of political power in academia. In Allen H. Miller (ed.), Research and Development in Higher Education. Volume 3. Freedom and Control in Higher Education (Sydney: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, 1980), pp. 180-184. Also published in the ANU Reporter, Vol. 11, No. 9, 15 August 1980, p. 3.

D. T. Wickramasinghe and Brian Martin. On the spectrum of Feige 7. In: H. M. van Horn and V. Weidemann (eds.), White Dwarf and Variable Degenerate Stars (Rochester: University of Rochester, 1979), pp. 317-321.

B. Martin and M. Diesendorf. The capacity credit of wind power: a numerical model. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Wind Energy Systems, BHRA Fluid Engineering, Cranfield, Bedford, England, pp. 555-564 (26-29 August 1980). A revised version appeared as: Calculating the capacity credit of wind power. Simulation Society of Australia, Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference, University of Queensland, pp. 36-42 (27-29 August 1980).

Mark Diesendorf and B. Martin. Large scale wind power for Western Australia. In: Solar Realities in Western Australia in the 1980's, Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Western Australia, November 1 and 2, 1979 (Perth: International Solar Energy Society, Australia and New Zealand Section, Western Australian Branch, 1979), pp. 47-52.

Brian Martin. Activist speaking and Activist writing. Unpublished, 1978, revised 2010. Two chapters written for a book to be published by Friends of the Earth that did not eventuate. Each one focuses on uranium mining and nuclear power.