Publications: Summerfield, Tracey
Summerfield, T., Young, L., Harman, J. and Flatau, P. (2010) Child support and Welfare to work reforms: The economic consequences for single-parent families. Family Matters, 84 . pp. 68-78.
Summerfield, T. and McHoul, A. (2005) Family as a commonsensical device and its place in law. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Semiotique juridique, 18 (3-4). pp. 243-261.
Goodie, J. and Summerfield, T. (2002) What's in a Name? Family, Identity and Social Obligation. University of Western Sydney Law Review, 6 (1). pp. 209-221.
Summerfield, T. (1999) Domestic relationship law: An alternative, inclusive model of family law. Sister in Law, 4 . pp. 47-80.
Summerfield, T. and McHoul, A. (2014) Persons II: Family as a Commonsensical Device and its Place in Law. In: Broekman, J.M. and Cata Backer, L., (eds.) Signs In Law - A Source Book. Springer International Publishing, pp. 183-197.
McHoul, A. and Summerfield, T. (2013) Drawing Attention: Art, pornography, ethnosemiotics and law. In: Wagner, A. and Sherwin, R.K., (eds.) Law, Culture and Visual Studies. Springer Netherlands, pp. 225-240.
McHoul, A. and Summerfield, T. (2010) Drawing attention: Art, pornography, Ethnosemiotics and law. In: Sherwin, R. and Wagner, A., (eds.) Treatise on Law, Culture and Visual Studies. Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, NL, pp. 225-240.
McHoul, A. and Summerfield, T. (2009) On sight/on site: Visuality in native title claims: Can we even speak? In: Wagner, A. and Bhatia, V., (eds.) Diversity and tolerance in socio-legal contexts: Explorations in the semiotics of law. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Farnham, England, pp. 149-165.
Summerfield, Tracey Lee (2004) Families of meaning: dismantling the boundaries between law and society. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.