Articles and chapters
Lead articles in guest-edited journals
Brian Martin's publications
Brian Martin's website
Brian Martin. Ruling tactics: methods of promoting everyday nationalism, how they serve rulers and how to oppose them (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2017), 261 pages. Case studies in a range of areas, including crime, sport, language, economics, terrorism and war, show how thinking is oriented towards the state and how this sort of thinking can be changed
Brian Martin. Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2013), 259 pages. This is a revised edition of The Whistleblower's Handbook, 1999
Brian Martin. Doing Good Things Better (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2011), 242 pages
Lyn Carson and Brian Martin. Random Selection in Politics (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1999).
Brian Martin. The Whistleblower's Handbook: How to Be an Effective Resister (Charlbury, UK: Jon Carpenter; Sydney: Envirobook, 1999).
Brian Martin. Persistent bias on Wikipedia: methods and responses. Social Science Computer Review, 2017, doi: 10.1177/0894439317715434
Brian Martin. The playful anarchist. Anarcho-Syndicalist Review, #71/72, Fall 2017, pp. 41-44. Play as an inspiration for anarchists, and reservations.
Brian Martin. Reflections on Censorship. Secrecy and Society, Vol. 1, No. 1, November 2016, Article 4, pp. 1-22. A personal commentary on Sue Curry Jansen's book Censorship.
Susan Engel and Brian Martin. Challenging economic inequality: tactics and strategies. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 50, No. 49, 5 December 2015, pp. 42-48.
Brian Martin. From capitalism to commons. Anarcho-Syndicalist Review, Issue 64/65, Summer 2015, pp. 17-20. On Jeremy Rifkin's book The Zero Marginal Cost Society.
Sue Curry Jansen and Brian Martin. The Streisand effect and censorship backfire. International Journal of Communication, Vol. 9, 2015, pp. 656-671. Censorship can backfire, but often it doesn't.
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. Leaking: practicalities and politics. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 81, January 2015, pp. 13-18. Leaking in the public interest, when revealing one's identity is especially risky.
Brian Martin. Tactics of political lying: the Iguanas affair. Journal of Language and Politics, vol. 13, no. 4, 2014, pp. 837-856. Two models for analysing tactics of political lying are applied to claims concerning the behaviour of two Australian politicians.
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. Radical happiness. Anarcho-Syndicalist Review, #62, Summer 2014, pp. 24-30. On radical implications of happiness research.
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.
Chris Barker and Brian Martin. Income and happiness: why isn't research acted upon? Social Alternatives, Vol. 31, No. 4, 2012, pp. 62-67. On obstacles to radical implications of happiness research.
Brian Martin. Reform - when is it worthwhile? Anarchist Studies, Vol. 20, No. 2, 2012, pp. 55-71. Case studies from education, defence and electoral politics are used to probe how reform can contribute to radical change.
Brian Martin and Florencia Peña Saint Martin. Mobbing and suppression: footprints of their relationships. Social Medicine, Vol. 6, No. 4, May 2012, pp. 217-226
Brian Martin. Corruption tactics: outrage management in a local government scandal. Resistance Studies Magazine, 2012. An analysis of tactics in the Wollongong corruption scandal.
Chris Barker and Brian Martin. Participation: the happiness connection. Journal of Public Deliberation, Vol. 7, Issue 1, Article 9, 2011, pp. 1-16, http://services.bepress.com/jpd/vol7/iss1/art9
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. On being a happy academic. Australian Universities' Review, Vol. 53, No. 1, 2011, pp. 50-56.
Paula McDonald, Tina Graham and Brian Martin. Outrage management in cases of sexual harassment as revealed in judicial decisions. Psychology of Women Quarterly, Vol. 34, 2010, pp. 165-180.
Brian Martin. Statist language. Etc. - A Review of General Semantics, Vol. 66, No. 4, October 2009, pp. 377-381. The news reporting convention that country names refer to governments can be misleading.
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. Expertise and equality. Social Anarchism, No. 42, 2008-2009, pp. 10-20. The role of expertise in a society based on equality.
Brian Martin. The Henson affair: conflicting injustices. Australian Review of Public Affairs, July 2008. Tactics used in relation to Bill Henson's photographs of a naked girl are assessed as to whether they are characteristic of those used by perpetrators of injustice.
Brian Martin. Varieties of dissent. In Stephen P. Banks (ed.), Dissent and the Failure of Leadership (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2008), pp. 22-36.
Kylie Smith and Brian Martin. Tactics of labor struggles. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, Vol. 19, No. 3, September 2007, pp. 193-206. How employers try to reduce outrage from anti-worker actions, with special attention to Patricks versus the Maritime Union of Australia.
Brian Martin. Slow injustice. Social Alternatives, Vol. 26, No. 4, Fourth Quarter 2007, pp. 5-9.
Brian Martin. Energising dissent. D!ssent, No. 24, Spring 2007, pp. 62-64: methods of resisting suppression of dissent, with a focus on Australia.
Truda Gray and Brian Martin. Defamation and the art of backfire. Deakin Law Review, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2006, pp. 115-136. Five examples are used to show how defamation suits can backfire.
Brian Martin. Social testing. Social Alternatives, Vol. 25, No. 4, Fourth Quarter 2006, pp. 39-42. Social alternatives require large-scale experimentation.
Greg Scott and Brian Martin. Tactics against sexual harassment: the role of backfire. Journal of International Women's Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4, May 2006, pp. 111-125.
Brian Martin. Bucking the system: Andrew Wilkie and the difficult task of the whistleblower. Overland, No. 180, Spring 2005, pp. 45-48.
Brian Martin and Truda Gray. How to make defamation threats and actions backfire. Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, July 2005, pp. 157-166.
Sue Curry Jansen and Brian Martin. Exposing and opposing censorship: backfire dynamics in freedom-of-speech struggles. Pacific Journalism Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, April 2004, pp. 29-45.
Brian Martin and Brian Yecies. Disney through the Web looking glass. First Monday: Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet, Vol. 9, Issue 6, June 2004. An examination of anti-Disney websites.
Brian Martin with Will Rifkin. The dynamics of employee dissent: whistleblowers and organizational jiu-jitsu. Public Organization Review, Vol. 4, 2004, pp. 221-238.
Brian Martin. Telling lies for a better world? Social Anarchism, No. 35, 2003-2004, pp. 27-39.
Brian Martin. Illusions of whistleblower protection. UTS Law Review, No. 5, 2003, pp. 119-130.
Brian Martin. Citizen advocacy and paid advocacy: a comparison. Interaction, Vol. 17, Issue 1, 2003, pp. 15-20.
Sue Curry Jansen and Brian Martin. Making censorship backfire. Counterpoise, Vol. 7, No. 3, July 2003, pp. 5-15.
Brian Martin. The difficulty with alternatives. Social Alternatives, Vol. 21, No. 3, Winter 2002, pp. 6-10.
Lyn Carson and Brian Martin. Random selection of citizens for technological decision making. Science and Public Policy, Vol. 29, No. 2, April 2002, pp. 105-113.
Ross Colquhoun and Brian Martin. Constructing social action. Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 27, No. 4, October-December 2001, pp. 7-23.
Brian Martin. Activists and "difficult people". Social Anarchism, Number 30, 2001, pp. 27-47. Also available in pdf.
Brian Martin. Design flaws of the Olympics. Social Alternatives, Vol. 19, No. 2, April 2000, pp. 19-23.
Brian Martin. Defamation havens. First Monday: Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Internet, Vol. 5, No. 3, March 2000. How to use the web to challenge censorship-via-defamation-law.
Brian Martin. Democracy without elections. Social Anarchism, No. 21, 1995-1996. Reprinted in Finnish in Timo Ahonen et al. (eds.), Väärin Ajateltua: Anarkistisia Puheenvuoroja Herruudettomasta Yhteiskunnasta (Kampus Kustannus, 2001), pp. 113-144. A truncated version appeared in Bulletin of Anarchist Research, No. 25, pp. 8-20 (Autumn 1991). An earlier, greatly abridged version appeared in Social Alternatives, Vol. 8, No. 4, January 1990, pp. 13-18. Reprinted in Russian in Black Line, supplement, 1993, pp. 7-27. Revised version in Howard Ehrlich (ed.), Reinventing Anarchy Again (Edinburgh: AK Press, 1996), pp. 123-136.
Brian Martin. Against intellectual property. Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 21, No. 3, July-September 1995, pp. 7-22. Reprinted in Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Vol. 1, No. 5, September 1996, pp. 257-270; Peter Drahos (ed.), Intellectual Property (International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory) (Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth, 1999), pp. 517-532; Richard Stallman et al., The Collection of Free Software Foundation Documents (Yunnan University Press, 2003), pp. 284-301 (in Chinese); Indymedia Romania, http://romania.indymedia.org/ro/2004/07/275.shtml (portions; in Romanian).
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. Protest in a liberal democracy. Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-2, January-June 1994, pp. 13-24. An earlier version appeared in Human Rights Commission, The Right of Peace Protest Seminar, Canberra, 3-4 July 1986 Papers, Occasional Paper No. 14 (Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1986), pp. 93-117.
Brian Martin. Compulsory voting: a useful target for anti-state action? The Raven, Vol. 4, No. 2, April-June 1991, pp. 130-139.
Brian Martin. Green election fever. Chain Reaction, No. 59, pp. 24-27 (Spring 1989).
Ray Kent, Brian Martin, Val Plumwood, Ann Thomson, Rosemary Walters and Ian Watson. Bureaucracy. In: 1984 and Social Control (Sydney, 1985), pp. 25-33.
Brian Martin. Psychic origins in the future. Parapsychology Review, Vol. 14, No. 3, May-June 1983, pp. 1-7.
James A. Donald and Brian Martin. Time-symmetric thermodynamics and causality violation. European Journal of Parapsychology, Vol. 1, No. 3, November 1976, pp. 17-36.
Robert M. May and Brian Martin. Voting models incorporating interactions between voters. Public Choice, Vol. 22, Summer 1975, pp. 37-53.
Brian Martin. Theory and social action. Philosophy and Social Action, vol. 16, No. 4, October-December 1990, pp. 3-4.
Brian Martin. Power tends to corrupt. Philosophy and Social Action, vol. 16, No. 3, July-September 1990, pp. 3-5.
Brian Martin. The issue of intellectual suppression. Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 14, No. 1, January-March 1988, pp. 3-13.
Brian Martin. Ten tips for spilling the beans. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 88, October 2016, pp. 4-6. Advice on leaking.
Brian Martin. Where were the whistleblowers when you need them? BRINK, 28 December 2015
Brian Martin. Getting around the gag. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 82, April 2015, pp. 4-6. Options for dealing with confidentiality agreements that silence whistleblowers.
Brian Martin. Prologue to Carolyn Ambrus, Caught in the A.C.T.: Government Cruelty, Collusion and Coverup (Canberra: irrePRESSible Press, 2014), pp. iii-iv.
Brian Martin. Government goals and policy get in the way of our happiness. The Conversation, 20 March 2014.
Brian Martin. Dealing with abrasive managers. The Whistle (newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 72, October 2012, pp. 13-14.
Brian Martin. Resisting corruption. Illawarra Unity (Journal of the Illawarra Branch of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History), Vol. 11, Number 1, 2011-2012, pp. 82-84. An introduction to the ideas in "Corruption tactics".
Brian Martin. The wrongs of copyright. Issues, Vol. 96, September 2011, pp. 33-36. The case against copyright.
Brian Martin. The practice formula. Tutti (Journal of the Amateur Chamber Music Society), Volume 20, Number 1, August 2011, pp. 3-6. How to become a much better amateur musician.
Brian Martin. False hope for whistleblowers. On Line Opinion, 6 December 2010. Don't rely on whistleblower laws for protection.
Brian Martin. Telling your story. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 59, July 2009, pp. 13-14.
Brian Martin. Anarchist theory: what should be done? Anarchist Studies, Vol. 15, No. 2, 2007, pp. 106-108.
Brian Martin. Muzzling disability advocacy. The arguments against the proposed changes to disability advocacy in Australia. An abridged version was published in Inclusive Lives (Queensland Parents for People with a Disability), Vol. 10, Issue 1, May 2007, pp. 6-10.
Brian Martin. Caught in the defamation net. GP Solo (American Bar Association General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division), Vol. 23, No. 1, January/February 2006, pp. 48-51.
Brian Martin. What to do when you've been defamed. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 45, February 2006, pp. 11-12.
Brian Martin and Lyn Carson. Getting over post-election blues. Australian Review of Public Affairs, 14 February 2005.
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. Citizen advocacy futures. Citizen Advocacy Forum, Volume 14, Issue I & II, January-December 2004, pp. 44-49.
Julie Clarke and Brian Martin. Reflections on protégé recruitment. Citizen Advocacy Forum, Volume 13, Issue 1, Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 3-4.
Brian Martin. Bystanders. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), July 2002, pp. 10-11.
Brian Martin. Overcoming barriers to information. The Drawing Board: An Australian Review of Public Affairs, Digest, 12 April 2002, http://www.australianreview.net/digest/2002/04/martin.html
Brian Martin. Making citizen advocacy contagious. Citizen Advocacy Forum, Vol. 11, No. 2, November 2001, pp. 29-30.
Brian Martin. Why the system never seems to work. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), June 2001, pp. 3-4.
Brian Martin. A passion for planning. Social Alternatives, Vol. 20, No. 2, May 2001, pp. 27-29.
Brian Martin. Myths of whistleblowing. D!ssent, No. 4, Summer 2000/2001, pp. 55-56.
Brian Martin. Australian republic: so what? Freedom, Vol. 60, No. 24, 11 December 1999, p. 6; a version appeared in Broad Left (Wollongong), No. 110, December 1999, p.2.
Brian Martin. Valuing whistleblowers. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), May 1998, pp. 9-10.
Brian Martin. Whistleblowers Australia: strengths, weaknesses and future directions. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), December 1997, pp. 13-15.
Brian Martin. Giving and receiving support. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), August 1997, pp. 8-9.
Brian Martin. Talking about whistleblowing. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), May 1997, pp. 2-4.
Brian Martin. Corporate culture: poison for whistleblowers. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), March 1997, pp. 1-2.
Brian Martin. Bureaucracy and whistleblowing The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), January 1997, pp. 1-2.
Brian Martin. Ten areas for anarchist initiatives: a personal list. In: Visions of Freedom (Sydney: Visions of Freedom, 1996), pp. 36-37; reprinted in Social Anarchism, No. 24, 1997, pp. 31-33.
Brian Martin. Writing to authorities: is it worthwhile? The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), October 1996, pp. 1-2.
Brian Martin. From the national president. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), August 1996, pp. 1-2. Report on the Whistleblowers Australia national committee meeting in June.
Brian Martin. Ten reasons to oppose all Olympic Games. Freedom, Vol. 57, No. 15, 3 August 1996, p. 7; abridged version, Green Left, 22 May 1996, p. 13. Reprinted in Pan-Americano de 2007: grande negócio para quem? (Rio de Janeiro: PACS, 2005), pp. 54-63 (in Portuguese).
Brian Martin. From the national president. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), June 1996, pp. 1-2.
Brian Martin. From the national president. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), April 1996, p. 1.
Brian Martin. From the national president. The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), February 1996, pp. 1-2.
Brian Martin. Suppression and the law. Peace News, December 1995, p. 11.
Brian Martin. Sex and social activists: sometimes an abuse of trust. Nonviolence Today, No. 35, November/December 1993, pp. 7-8.
Brian Martin. Demarchy: a democratic alternative to electoral politics. Kick It Over, No. 30, Fall 1992, pp. 11-13. A short treatment of demarchy plus a critique by Nils Connor.
Brian Martin. Australian political antics. Freedom, Vol. 53, No. 4, 22 February 1992, p. 4.
Brian Martin. Ownership of information in the United States and Australia: summary of a talk by Professor Sheila Slaughter. Minder: Occasional Newsletter of the University of Wollongong Staff Association, 31 May 1991, p. 4.
Demarchy (pamphlet). Wollongong: By Lot, 1989, revised 2001.
Jane Elix and Brian Martin. Sexual harassment: the hidden problem. ANU Reporter, Vol. 15, No. 15, 28 September 1984, p. 6.
Brian Martin. Age discrimination in academia. ANU Reporter, Vol. 15, No. 11, 27 July 1984, p. 2.
Brian Martin. Some references on organising and related topics. Groundswell, Vol. 1, No. 2, p. 15 (January 1983).
Brian Martin. Disruption vs organisation. Social Alternatives, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 42-43 (June 1982).
"Political organizing the anti-authoritarian way" (review of Chris Dixon, Another Politics: Talking across Today’s Transformative Movements), Anarchist Studies, Vol. 25, No. 1, 2017, pp. 124-126.
Review of Mark Hertsgaard, Bravehearts, in The Whistle(Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 87, July 2016, pp. 10-11
Review of Derek Maitland, The Fatal Line, in The Whistle(Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 87, July 2016, pp. 9-10
Brian Martin. Prosperity through self-management. Anarcho-Syndicalist Review, #61, Winter 2014, pp. 39-43, 30. Essay review of Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson, Why Nations Fail
Review of Margaret Heffernan, Willful Blindness, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 76, October 2013, pp. 14-15
Review of Sibel Edmonds, Classified Woman, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 75, July 2013, pp. 11-14
Review of Eveline Lubbers, Secret Manoeuvres in the Dark, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 74, April 2013, pp. 8-9
Review of Robert G. Vaughn, The Successes and Failures of Whistleblower Laws, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 74, April 2013, pp. 9-11
"Kahneman in practice", review of Daniel Kahneman, Thinking, Fast and Slow, in Prometheus, Vol. 30, No. 4, December 2012, pp. 457-460
"Blowing the whistle on the world's largest financial fraud", review of Harry Markopolos, No One Would Listen, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 65, January 2011, pp. 13-15
Review of Glen McNamara, Dirty Work, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 63, July 2010, pp. 13-14
"Surviving as an outsider", commentary on Leonard Felder, Fitting in is overrated, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 60, October 2009, pp. 13-14.
"Resisting micromanagement", review of Harry E. Chambers, My Way or the Highway: The Micromanagement Survival Guide, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 56, October 2008, pp. 13-14.
Review of Kathleen D. Ryan, Daniel K. Oestreich and George A. Orr III, The Courageous Messenger: How to Successfully Speak Up at Work, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 54, April 2008, pp. 8-9.
"The courage of a 'filthy rat' ", review of Simon Illingworth, Filthy Rat, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 49, January 2007, pp. 8-9.
"What's the meaning of whistleblowing?", review of C. Fred Alford, Whistleblowers: Broken Lives and Organizational Power, in The Whistle, January 2002, pp. 6-7.
Review of Ronald V. Bettig, Copyrighting Culture; Rosemary J. Coombe, The Cultural Life of Intellectual Properties; Debora J. Halbert, Intellectual Property in the Information Age; Seth Shulman, Owning the Future, in Prometheus, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2000, pp. 93-99.
Review of books on bullying at work, in Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 13, No. 4, 2000, pp. 401-408.
"Creating rebels," review of Frank J. Sulloway, Born to Rebel, in Freedom, Vol. 58, No. 22, 15 November 1997, pp. 4-5.
"Speak out - and when you're sued just bite back", review of George W. Pring and Penelope Canan, SLAPPs: Getting Sued for Speaking Out, in The Republican, 15-21 August 1997, pp. 17-18.
"Sexual harassment and nonviolent action", review of Martha J. Langelan, Back Off! How to Confront andStop Sexual Harassment and Harassers, in Nonviolence Today, No. 48, January/February 1996, pp. 8-9.
"How to create your own money", review of Thomas H. Greco, Jr., New Money for Healthy Communities, in Green Left, 16 November 1994, p. 25.
"Power and corruption", review of David Kipnis, The Powerholders and Technology and Power, in Freedom, Vol. 53, No. 16, 8 August 1992, p. 4 and Anarchist Age Monthly Review, No. 22, October 1992, p. 29.
Review of Carl Boggs, Social Movements and Political Power: Emerging Forms of Radicalism in the West, in Social Anarchism, No. 17, 1992, pp. 49-52.
Review of Article 19, Starving in Silence: A Report on Famine and Censorship, in Nonviolence Today, No. 18, December 1990-January 1991, p. 21 and in Chain Reaction, No. 65, March 1992, p. 45.
Review of John Burnheim, Is Democracy Possible?, in Social Anarchism, No. 15, 1990, pp. 78-81.
Review of Gail Skidmore and Theodore Jurgen Spahn, From Radical Left to Extreme Right, in Riverina Library Review, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 16-17 (Spring 1988).
Review of Roger J. Williams, The Prevention of Alcoholism through Nutrition, in Limestone Review, p. 11 (4 October 1984).
Brian Martin. Head start in the rat race. Illawarra Mercury, 12 August 2009, p. 16. More money isn't the road to happiness.
Brian Martin. Reputation can be repaired. Illawarra Mercury, 29 October 2008, p. 20. On erasing Wollongong's reputation for corruption.
Brian Martin. Defamation law fails the test. Illawarra Mercury, 27 August 2008, p. 20. Shortcomings of defamation law for ordinary citizens.
Brian Martin. Brave few expose corruption. Illawarra Mercury, 26 April 2008, p. 56. Tactics against corruption in Wollongong.
Brian Martin. Advocates make great difference. Illawarra Mercury, 1 November 2006, p. 22.
Brian Martin. Hold a cover-up in the open. Sydney Morning Herald, 23 June 2005, p. 15.
Brian Martin. Feet of endurance. Sydney Morning Herald, 29 July 2004, Health & Science p. 2.
Brian Martin. Whistleblowers fan winds of change in society. Campus Review, Vol. 8, No. 28, 22-28 July 1998, p. 10.
Brian Martin. Copyright anomaly in a digital age. The Age (Melbourne), 9 December 1997, p. D9.
Brian Martin. Men: help stop public harassment! Several Australian student newspapers, 1997.
Brian Martin. We must exercise our right to speak out. Australian, 2 January 1997, p. 11.
Brian Martin. Making global decisions. Green Left, 3 November 1993, p. 12.
Brian Martin. Are elections the ultimate in democracy? Green Left, 14 July 1993, p. 12.
Brian Martin. Beware the 'no's of the campus sex triangle--harassment, conflict of interest, abuse of trust. Campus Review, Vol. 3, No. 8, 11-17 March 1993, p. 8.
Brian Martin. Sex must be banned [submitted as "Staff-student sex: an abuse of trust"]. Australian, 23 October 1991, p. 23. Reprinted, in revised form, as "Staff-student sex: abuse of trust and conflict of interest," in William J. Taverner (ed.), Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Human Sexuality (Guilford, CT: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, 2002), pp. 124-126.
Brian Martin. At liberty to smoke? Illawarra Mercury, 9 December 1987, p. 42. Also published in The Herald, Melbourne.
Brian Martin. Left in the cold as ALP shifts right. Advertiser, 28 October 1987, p. 9.
Brian Martin. Ties boil over Suharto wealth--again. Illawarra Mercury, 6 September 1986, p. 13.
Brian Martin. AIDS - death and prejudice. Tribune, 5 June 1985, p. 10.