ANZAAS


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ANZAAS

(ˈænzəs; -zæs)
n acronym for
Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science
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Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science (ANZAAS) 1953,
In A Radical Life, he described a trip that he took down the Hume Highway to Melbourne with Manning and Dymphna Clark to attend the 1955 ANZAAS conference.
A 'Workshop on Applied Anthropology' was held as part of the ANZAAS Congress in Perth and attracted a diverse range of practitioners from across the country.
This was based on a paper presented to the 46th ANZAAS Congress, January 1975.
The confusion of the acronym with that for the Goods and Service Tax raised the eyebrows of a few members of the Royal Society of New Zealand Wellington Branch when in 1998 I gave an address entitled 'Scientists demented, ANZAAS lamented, GST presented.' Retrieved November 20, 1998 from: http:// www.wellington.rsnz.nz/scita1998.htm
Smith (ed) Archaeology at ANZAAS Western Australian Museum, Perth, 1983 pp.
MacLeod (ed.), The Commonwealth of Science: ANZAAS and the Scientific Enterprise in Australasia, 1888-1988, Melbourne, 1988; M.
In 1911, Francis Anderson, lecturer in Logic and Mental Philosophy at the University of Sydney, gave a speech to a conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science (ANZAAS), establishing the central themes of the ensuing campaign to institute sociology.
(1984) "Institutionalised Dependence: Inequalities of Pay and Opportunity 1880-1930" ANZAAS 54th Congress, Canberra.
This year is also a centennial one for ANZAAS -- the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, who marked the occasion with a Jubiliee Congress in Sydney last May.
My Giblin Memorial Lecture in 1977 to ANZAAS was intended to explain and justify the Indexation system we had adopted, but it ran into opposition from the employers, who argued that I had prejudiced my participation in future indexation cases (Isaac 1977).