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Beattie, Scott (2011) Fatness and Fable: Regulating the Interactive Body in Video Games. Somatechnics, 1 (2). pp. 357-371. ISSN 2044-0138 (print) 2044-0146 (online)

Woodley, Carolyn and Beattie, Scott (2011) Communal reflections on the workplace: Locating learning for the legal professional. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 12 (1). pp. 19-30. ISSN 1175-2882

Beattie, Scott (2007) Voicing the Shadow - Rule-playing and Roleplaying in 'Wraith: The Oblivion'. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 3. pp. 477-492. ISSN 1743-8721

Beattie, Scott (2006) Extremity, Video Games and the Censors. M - C Journal, 9 (5). ISSN 1441-2616

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Woodley, Carolyn and Beattie, Scott (2011) Pearly gates, ivory towers and the workplace: developing professional identities through connectivism. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE 2011), Rhodes, Greece, 07-09 July 2011. Fernstrom, Ken and Tsolakidis, Kostas, eds. University of the Aegean, Greece, pp. 482-494.

Beattie, Scott (2010) Home is where the fight is. In: Martial Arts and Philosophy: Beating and Nothingness. Priest , Graham and Young, Damon , eds. Popular Culture and Philosophy (53). Open Court , Chicago, USA, pp. 105-113.

Woodley, Carolyn, Beattie, Scott and Robertson, Su (2010) Connecting students through communal reflections: using online discussion to expand workplace learning for the legal professional. In: Work integrated learning (WIL) : responding to challenges : ACEN national conference 2010, conference proceedings. Campbell, M, ed. Australian Collaborative Education Network, Rockhampton, Qld., pp. 553-562.


Beattie, Scott (2010) The Law Workbook. The Federation Press, Annandale NSW .

Beattie, Scott (2009) Community, Space and Online Censorship: Regulating Pornotopia. Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey, England.

Beattie, Scott and Beal, Elizabeth (2007) Connect + Converge: Australian Media and Communications Law. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic..