Associate Professor David Jones

Associate Professor

School of Political Science and International Studies
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
d.jones2@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 52695

Overview

Senior Lecturer in Political Science

Dr Martin Jones is on the editorial board of Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. He has held a Ford Foundation/IDSS grant to examine non traditional security (1999) in the Asia Pacific and consultancies with the former Protective Security and Coordination Centre of the Attorney General's Office (2001) and Roar Film in conjunction with Film Australia (2004).

Background:

Previous Appointments:

University of Tasmania, Senior Lecturer, School of Government (1995-2003)

National University of Singapore, Lecturer, Department of Political Science (1989-1995)

The Open University (UK), Course Tutor - Seventeenth Century Politics and Society (1982-89)

The London School of Economics and Political Science, Tutor School of Government (1978-84)

Visiting Appointments:

University Fellow, University of Wales, Lampeter Michaelmas Term 2002

Visiting Fellow , Institute of South East Asian Studies, Singapore June-September 1998

Visiting Fellow, War Studies Department, King’s College, London Michaelmas Term 1998

Qualifications

  • Master of Arts, McMaster University
  • Doctor of Philosophy, London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Reading

Publications

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Grants

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Gventer, Celeste Ward, Jones, David Martin and Smith, M. L. R. (2014). Minting new COIN: critiquing counter-insurgency theory. In Celeste Ward Gventer, David Martin Jones and M. L. R. Smith (Ed.), The New Counter-Insurgency Era in Critical Perspective (pp. 9-31) Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Jones, David M. (2013). The metamorphosis of tradition: the idea of law and virtue in East Asian political thought. In Christoph Antons and Roman Tomasic (Ed.), Law and society in East Asia (pp. 603-620) Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

  • Jones, David Martin (2012). Terrorism. In Helmut K. Anheier and Mark Juergensmeyer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of global studies (pp. 1638-1643) Thousand Oaks, CA, United States: Sage Publications.

  • Jones, David Martin (2010). Informal networks in Southeast Asia: The case of Jemaah Islamiah and its affiliates. In David Martin Jones, Ann Lane and Paul Schulte (Ed.), Terrorism, security and the power of informal networks (pp. 156-181) Cheltenham U.K., and Northampton, M.A., U.S.A.: Edward Elgar.

  • Jones, David Martin (2010). Intelligence and national security: The Australian experience. In Loch K. Johnson (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of national security intelligence (pp. 823-842) Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Jones, D. M. (2009). Introduction. In Windshuttle, Keith, Jones, David Martin and Evans, Ray (Ed.), The Howard era (pp. 1-5) Sydney: Quadrant Books.

  • Jones, D. M. (2009). Regionalism's False Promise: ASEAN and East Asian Community. In David Martin Jones and Lili Yulyadi Arnakim (Ed.), Regionalism and Political Development in Southeast Asia (pp. 25-36) Malayasia: University of Malaya.

  • Jones, D. M. (2009). The Collectivisation of the Australian Mind. In Windschuttle, Keith, Jones, David Martin and Evans, Ray (Ed.), The Howard Era (pp. 469-495) Sydney: Quadrant Books.

  • Jones, David M. and Ungerer, Carl J. (2008). Australia. In Farson, Stuart, Gill, Peter, Phythian, Mark and Shpiro, Shlomo (Ed.), PSI Handbook of Global Security and Intelligence: National Approaches (pp. 165-182) Westport CT; London: Praeger Security International.

  • Jones, David M. (2008). Australia, China and the Region. In Ungerer, Carl J. (Ed.), Australian Foreign Policy in the Age of Terror (pp. 182-199) Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

  • Jones, David M. and Ungerer, Carl J. (2008). Change and Continuity in the Australian Intelligence Community. In Carl J. Ungerer (Ed.), Australian Foreign Policy in the Age of Terror (pp. 159-181) Sydney, Australia: University of New South Wales Press.

  • Jones, David M. (2008). Towards Relative Decency: The case for Prudence. In Emmerson, Donald K. (Ed.), Hard Choices: Security, Democracy, and Regionalism in Southeast Asia (pp. 265-291) Stanford, CA: The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center.

  • Jones, D. M. (2007). The politics of complacency and the current threats to UK security. In Cornish, P. (Ed.), Britain and Security (pp. 22-29) United Kingdom: The Smith Institute.

  • Jones, D. M. (2007). The southeast Asian development model: Non-liberal democracy with market accountability. In Singh, D. and Salazar, L. C. (Ed.), Southeast Asian Affairs 2007 (pp. 59-76) Singapore: ISEAS Publications.

  • Jones, David M (2005). Democratization, Civil Society and Illiberal Middle Class Culture in Pacific Asia. In Howard J. Wiarda (Ed.), Comparative politics : critical concepts in political science (pp. 95-118) New York: Routledge.

  • Jones, David M. (2004). Sir Edward Coke and the Interpretation of Lawful Allegiance in Seventeenth-Century England. In Allen D. Boyer (Ed.), Law, Liberty and Parliament: Selected Essays in the Writings of Sir Edward Coke (pp. 86-106) Indianapolis: Liberty Fund.

  • Jones, David Martin and Smith, Mike Lawrence (2002). Southeast Asia and the War against Terrorism: The Rise of Islamism and the Challenge to the Surveillance State. In Johannen, Uwe, Smith, Alan and Gomez, James (Ed.), September 11 & political freedom : Asian perspectives (pp. x-x) Singapore: Select Publishing.

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Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

Completed Supervision