Naduni Wickramaarachchi
Naduni Wickramaarachchi
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Motivations for retention and mobility: Pathways of skilled migrants in regional Victoria, Australia
N Wickramaarachchi, A Butt
Rural Society 23 (2), 188-197, 2014
Local newspaper reporting humanitarian migrants’ settlement experience in an Australian country town
N Wickramaararchchi, E Burns
Rural society 26 (2), 125-142, 2017
An investigation on community spaces in condominiums and their impact on social interactions among apartment dwellers concerning the city of Colombo
WD Bandara, R Rathnayake, PKS Mahanama, N Wickramaarachchi
Social Sciences & Humanities Open 2 (1), 100043, 2020
Sudanese humanitarian migrants in Australian refereed journals
N Wickramaarachchi, E Burns
Australasian Review of African Studies, The 37 (2), 80-106, 2016
Urban water body recreational development and revitalizing program in Sri Lanka: public perception and willingness to pay
R Ratnayake, N Wickramaarachchi, P Wattege
Bhumi, The Planning Research Journal 5 (2), 2017
Sri Lankan children's independent mobility
J Rudner, N Wickramaarachchi
Expansion of commuter facilities and a diminishing sense of place among migrants in a rural Australian town
N Wickramaarachchi
Rural Society 29 (1), 44-58, 2020
Sense of safety and planning and design policies
R Ratnayake, N Wickramaarachchi, J Rudner
Preprints, 2018
Craft industries and ribbon development: place change along the Colombo-Kandy Road, Sri Lanka
N Wickramaarachchi, C Grodach, GM Ranathunga, R Ratnayake, ...
International Planning Studies 27 (2), 196-212, 2022
Disaster responsive planning: the role of societal forces in implementing software applications
N Wickramarachchi, PKS Mahanama
Bhumi, The Planning Research Journal 7 (1), 2019
Journal of Tropical Diseases
N Wickramaarachchi, PKS Mahanama, R Ratnayake, NS Bandara
Willingness to Pay for Urban Water Body Recreational Facilities: A Case Study at Diyatha Uyana
R Ratnayake, P Wattege, N Wickramaarachchi
Preprints, 2018
Belonging, Strangerhood and Mobility: South Sudanese in a Rural Town, Victoria
N Wickramaarachchi, E Burns
Preprints, 2018
Re-imagining a sense of belonging: South Sudanese migrants’ experiences in a semi-rural small town, Castlemaine, state of Victoria
N Wickramaarachchi
La Trobe University., 2017
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E Wickramaarachchi, N. & Burns
Social Sciences & Humanities Open
WD Bandara, R Rathnayake, PKS Mahanama, N Wickramaarachchi
Photo elicitation method in cultural and immigrant studies
N Wickramaarachchi
Urban water body recreational facilities: A case Study at diyatha uyana
N Wickramaarachchi
FEAR IN URBAN SETTINGS: Influence of Environmental Features
N Wickramaarachchi
Children’s Independent Mobility: Five Different Settlement Types in Sri Lanka
JL Rudner, J Munasinghe, N Wickramaarachchil
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