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Clark, E. Lessons from the past: Family involvement in patient admission and discharge, Beechworth Lunatic Asylum, 1900-1912. Published on line 23 February 2017. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
Anthony Lyons, Wendy Heywood, Bianca Fileborn, Victor Minichiello, Catherine Barrett, Graham Brown, Sharron Hinchliff, Sue Malta & Pauline Crameri (2017) The Sex, Age, and Me study: recruitment and sampling for a large mixed-methods study of sexual health and relationships in an older Australian population. Culture, Health & Sexuality DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2017.1288268 Link to full text (50 free e-prints, click this link: http://www.tandfonline.
Bianca Fileborn, Graham Brown, Anthony Lyons, Sharron Hinchliff, Wendy Heywood, Victor Minichiello, Sue Malta, Catherine Barrett & Pauline Crameri (2017) Safer Sex in Later Life: Qualitative Interviews With Older Australians on Their Understandings and Practices of Safer Sex. The Journal of Sex Research, DOI: 10.1080/00224499.2017.1280121
Wendy Heywood, Anthony Lyons, Bianca Fileborn, Victor Minichiello,Catherine Barrett, Graham Brown, Sharron Hinchliff, Sue Malta & Pauline Crameri (2016) Self-reported testing and treatment histories among older Australian men and women who may be at risk of a sexually transmissible infection. Sexual Health
Celal Bayari. Economic Geography of the Australian Mining Industry. Tijdschrift Voor Economische En Sociale Geografie. 2016. ISSN: 1467-9663. Word count: 8,750.
Celal Bayari. Chinese Economy and Central Asia. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review. 11(3): 1-14. 2015. December. ISSN 1813-0534. Word count: 8,999.
Noh, J-E. (2017). Contextualisation of human rights discourse by NGO workers in the context of Bangladesh. Journal of International Development. (DOI: 10.1002/
Xiaoying Qi. (2017) ‘Neo-traditional Child Surnaming in Contemporary China: Women’s Rights as Veiled Patriarchy’. Sociology. First online DOI: 10.1177/0038038516688613.
Alston, Margaret, Clarke, Josephine & Whittenbury, Kerri 2017, ‘Gender relations, livelihood strategies, water policies and structural adjustment in the Australian dairy industry’, Sociologia Ruralis, doi: 10.1111/soru.
Stephenson N, McLeod K, Mills C, ‘Ambiguous encounters, uncertain foetuses: Women’s experiences of obstetric ultrasound’, Feminist Review, 113 pp. 17-33. ISSN 0141-7789
Stephenson N, Mills C, McLeod K, ‘Simply providing information’: Negotiating the ethical dilemmas of obstetric ultrasound, prenatal testing and selective termination of pregnancy‘, Feminism and Psychology pp. 1-20. ISSN 0959-3535
Strengers, Y. Nicholls, L. (published online 21/2/17), ‘Convenience and energy consumption in the smart home of the future: industry visions from Australia and beyond.’ Energy Research and Social Science.
Strengers, Y. Maller, C. (published online 16/2/17), ‘Adapting to ‘extreme’ weather: mobile practice memories of keeping warm and cool as a climate change adaptation strategy’, Environment and Planning A.
Kim Jose, Alison Venn, Melanie Sharman, Stephen Wilkinson, Danielle Williams & Douglas Ezzy (2017). Understanding the gendered nature of weight loss surgery: insights from an Australian qualitative study, Health Sociology Review
Weng, E. (2016) ‘’The Heavens Opened and Cried’: Mediatised National Mourning for Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew’ in Asian Communication Research 13(2), pp. 65-85
Olson, R. E. & Brosnan, C. (2017). Examining interprofessional education through the lens of interdisciplinarity: Power, knowledge and new ontological subjects. Minverva
Smith, Gavin J.D., Lyria Bennett Moses and Janet Chan (2017) ‘The challenges of doing criminology in the Big Data era: towards a digital and data-driven approach‘, The British Journal of Criminology, DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azw096
Minichiello, V., Scott, J. and Cox, C. (2017). ‘Commentary: reversing the agenda of sex work stigmatization and criminalization: signs of a progressive society’.Sexualities. DOI: 10.1177/1363460716684510
Scott Fitzpatrick 2016. Ethical and political implications of the turn to stories in suicide prevention. Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology, 23, 3/4.
Scott Fitzpatrick 2016. Stories of suicide and social justice. Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology, 23, 3/4.
Altmann, E and Travers, M. (2016).’Probing tensions between housing and age friendly communities policies for future direction’ [online]. Parity, Council to Homeless Persons, 29(9), Oct 2016: 18-19.
Paul Henman, Scott D Brown & Simon Dennis (2017). When rating systems do not rate: Evaluating ERA’s performance. Australian University Review, Volume 59, Number 1
Ballantyne, G. and L. Burke (2017). ““People live in their heads a lot”: Polymedia, life course, and meanings of home among Melbourne’s older Irish community.” Transnational Social Review: 1-15.
Matthew Bun (2017). Defining the edge: choice, mastery and necessity in edgework practice. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics
Michelle Peterie (2017) Docility and desert: Government discourses of compassion in Australia’s asylum seeker debate, Journal of Sociology
Rachael Wallis (2017): Myths and imaginaries: depictions of lifestyle migration in Country Style magazine, Rural Society, DOI: 10.1080/10371656.2017.1285471
Fabian Cannizzo (2017) ‘You’ve got to love what you do’: Academic labour in a culture of authenticity. Sociological Review
Banks, M. and Tennant, D. (2016), Community worker perceptions of the Income Management regime in Shepparton. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 51: 419–432. doi:10.1002/j.1839-4655.2016.
Elena Wilson, Amanda Kenny and Virginia Dickson-Swift (2017) Rural health services and the task of community participation at the local community level: a case study. Australian Health Review
Garth Stahl (2017) Aspiration paradoxes: working-class student conceptions of power in ‘engines of social mobility. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education
Jo Lindsay & Deborah Dempsey (2017) First names and social distinction: Middle-class naming practices in Australia. Journal of Sociology
John Scott, Jodie Grigg, Monica Barratt, Simon Lenton (2017) Social capital and cannabis supply. Journal of Sociology
Vivienne Waller (2017) Engaging students and their publics through making sociological films. Journal of Sociology
Xiaoying Qi. (2017) ‘Social Movements in China: Augmenting Mainstream Theory with Guanxi’. Sociology 51(1): 111-126.
Christina Malatzky & Lisa Bourke (2017): When the social meets health in rural Australia: confronting the disconnect, Health Sociology Review, DOI: 10.1080/14461242.2016.1275978
McKenzie, Lara & Baldassar, Loretta 2017. ‘Studying internationalization on campus: Lessons from an undergraduate qualitative research project’, SAGE Research Methods Cases. DOI:10.4135/
Garth Stahl & Sadia Habib (2017) Moving Beyond the Confines of the Local: Working-class Students’ Conceptualizations of Belonging and Respectability, Young
Sue Nichols & Garth Stahl (2017) ‘She started to get pretty concerned’: young men’s relationships with parents through senior schooling and beyond, Gender and Education
Poynting, S. (2016) ‘Entitled to be a Radical? Counter-Terrorism and Travesty of Human Rights in the Case of Babar Ahmad’, State Crime Journal 5, 2, Autumn, pp. 204-219.
Meredith Nash. (2017). ‘White pregnant bodies on the Australian beach: A visual discourse analysis of family photographs’.Journal of Gender Studies. http://dx.doi.org/10.
R. Lloyd, M. Newlands and Theresa Petray (2017) Coral Battleground? Re-examining the ‘Save the Reef’ Campaign in 1960s Australia.Environmental Sociology 3(1): 54-63.
Katie Wright. (2016). ‘Speaking out: Representations of child sexual abuse in media, memoir and public inquiries’. Red Feather Journal: An International Journal of Children in Popular Culture 7(2): 17-30.
Possamai, A., K, Dunn, P. Hopkins, L. Worthington and F. Amin (2016) “Muslim students’ cultural and religious experiences in city, suburban and regional university campuses in NSW, Australia” Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 38 (6): 637-648.
Possamai, A. and V. Iouchkov (2016) “An implicit hyper-real religion: Real-Life Superheroes” in C. Cusack and P. Kosnac eds. Fiction, Invention and Hyper-reality: Contested Contemporary Religions, London, Routledge: 272-290.
Giordan, G. and A. Possamai (2016) “The over-policing of the devil: a sociology of exorcism” Social Compass 63 (4): 444-460.
Paul Henman (ed) (2016) Critical encounters with performance measurement in social and public policy, Policy Studies, 37(6) Includes: Paul Henman, ‘Performing the state: the socio-political dimensions of performance measurement in policy and public services”
Michele Foster, Paul Henman, Alison Gable & Michelle Denton, ‘Population health performance as primary healthcare governance in Australia’
McKenzie, Lara 2017. ‘Researching age-dissimilar couples and romantic relationships: A qualitative study’, SAGE Research Methods Cases. DOI:10.4135/9781526403322
Jens O. Zinn (2016) ‘In-between’ and other reasonable ways to deal with risk and uncertainty: A review article, Health, Risk & Society, 18:7-8, 348-366, DOI: 10.1080/13698575.2016.1269879
Wadham, Ben, Donna Bridges, Anuradha Mundkur, and James Connor. 2016. “‘War-Fighting and Left-Wing Feminist Agendas’: Gender and Change in the Australian Defence Force.” Critical Military Studies 1–17.
Pearse, R. (2017) ‘Gender and climate change’, Wiley
Petra Bueskens: Australia Needs A Universal Basic Income, And We Should Start With Mothers, Huffington Post
Mark Chou & Michael Ondaatje: The Drama of Politics: Enacting Trump’s Presidential Self, ABC Religion and Ethics
- Sue Malta & Briony Dow – Tackling elder abuse in residential care requires systemic culture change, Australian Ageing Agenda
- Raewyn Connell – The Gendered Distribution of Wealth Needs to Change
- Garth Stahl – Why do white working-class boys shun university? The Guardian
- Cameron Smith – Going Beyond The Cacophony Of Blackface And ‘Racism In Public’, New Matilda
- Michael Ondaatje & Mark Chou – Marco Rubio: The last man standing between Donald Trump and the nomination, The Sydney Morning Herald
- Nicholas Osbaldiston & Fabian Cannizzo – Work – work balance , Campus Morning Mail
- Petra Bueskens – Reflecting on the Cologne attacks one month on, On Line Opinion
- Fabian Cannizzo – Towards Effective Resistance: Govermental Vs. Deliberative Ethics
- Peter Robinson , (2016) Ageing fears and concerns of gay men aged 60 and over, Quality in Ageing and Older Adults
- Lucy C. Farrell, Megan J. Warin, Vivienne M. Moore, Jackie M. Street (2016). Socio-economic divergence in public opinions about preventive obesity regulations: is the purpose to ‘make some things cheaper, more affordable’ or to ‘help them get over their own ignorance’? Social Science and Medicine, doi:10.1016/j.
- Moore, T., Strengers Y., Maller, C. (2016). Utilising Mixed Methods Research to Inform Lowcarbon Social Housing Performance PolicyUrban Policy and Research DOI10.1080/08111146.2015.
- Maller, C., Nicholls, L. and Strengers, Y. (2016).Understanding the Materiality of Neighbourhoods in ‘Healthy Practices’: Outdoor Exercise Practices in a New Master-planned Estate Urban Policy and Research, 1-18
- Nunn, C. (2016) ‘Introductory Essay: Home: An exploratory journey with young Somali-Australians.’ Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 12(1).
- Mark Chou, Roland Bleikera & Nilanjana Premaratnaa (2016) Elections as Theater, Political Science and Politics
- Sharp, T., Nguyen, C. N., Nunn, C. et al. (2016) ‘Home: An exploratory journey with young Somali-Australians.’ [Audio-visual work] Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 12(1):
- Arvanitakis, J. & Fredriksson, M. (2016) Commons, Piracy and the Crisis of Property, tripleC
- Quah, Sharon Ee Ling (2016). Reconfigured everyday lives of children from divorced-parent families in Singapore. Marriage & Family Review (Taylor & Francis) 52 (1-2): 106-126.
- Taghreed Jamal Al-deen & Joel Windle (2016) ‘I feel sometimes I am a bad mother’: The affective dimension of immigrant mothers’ involvement in their children’s schooling, The Journal of Sociology
- Gavin JD Smith (2016) ‘Surveillance, Data and Embodiment: On the Work of Being Watched‘, Body & Society, DOI: 10.1177/1357034X15623622.
- Butler, R. 2016. Children making sense of economic insecurity: facework, fairness and belonging. Journal of Sociology.
- Colic-Peisker, V. 2016. Ideology and utopia: Historic crisis of economic rationality and the role of public sociology. Journal of Sociology.
- McCann, H. 2016. Pantomime Dames: Queer Femininity Versus ‘Natural Beauty’ in Snog, Marry, Avoid. Australian Feminist Studies.
- Xiaoying Qi (2016) Family bond and family obligation: Continuity and transformation, The Journal of Sociology
- Jack Barbalet (2016) Chinese individualization, revisited , The Journal of Sociology
- Hanckel, B. (2016) Mitigating risk and facilitating access to capabilities: The role of affect in the design of an ICT-tool for queer youth in Asia. Emotion, Space and Society 18, 35-43.
- Diane Luhrs (2015) Consider the daughters, they are important to family farms and rural communities too: family-farm succession, Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
- Gary Wickham (2015) Expanding the ‘social’ in ‘social identity’, Social Identities
- Genine Hook (2016) Geographies of emotion in university spaces: Sole parent postgraduate subjects negotiating ‘child-free’ educational boundaries, Emotion, Space and Society
- Riggs, D. W., & Bartholomaeus, C. (2015). The role of school counsellors and psychologists in supporting transgender people. The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 32(2), 158-170.
- Riggs, D. W., & Bartholomaeus, C. (2016). Australian mental health nurses and transgender clients: Attitudes and knowledge. Journal of Research in Nursing. Published online before print doi: 10.1177/1744987115624483
- Riggs, D. W., Colton, C., Due, C., & Bartholomaeus, C. (2016). Mundane transphobia in celebrity Big Brother UK. Gender Forum, 56.
- Jaworski, Alison, Brown, Tony, Norman, Catherine, Hata, Kiri, Toohey, Mark, Vasiljevic, Dubravka, & Rowe, Rachel (2016) Developing a guide for community-based groups to reduce alcohol-related harm among African migrants. Health Promotion Journal of Australia (early online) –
- Pienaar, K. and Savic, M. (2016). Producing alcohol and other drugs as a policy ‘problem’: A critical analysis of South Africa’s ‘National Drug Master Plan’ (2013-2017). International Journal of Drug Policy. Early online. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2015.12.013
- Pienaar, K. (2015). Rethinking the poverty-disease nexus: the case of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Journal of Medical Humanities. Early online. DOI: 10.1007/s10912-015-9369-x
- Toffoletti, K. (2015) Advertising the 2015 Cricket World Cup: Representing Multicultural Female Sports Fans, Communication and Sport, Published online before print doi: 10.1177/2167479515601868.
- Toffoletti, K. & Palmer, C. (2015) New Approaches for Studies of Muslim Women and Sport, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Published online before print doi: 10.1177/101269021558932.
- Toffoletti, K. (2014) Iranian women’s sports fandom: Gender, resistance and identity in the football movie Offside, Journal of Sport and Social Issues 38(1): 75-92.
- Toffoletti, K. (2014) Baudrillard, feminism, and the image makeover, Cultural Politics 10(1): 105-119.
- Scott, John & Biron, Dean (2015) An interpretive approach to understanding crime in rural Australia. In Baker, David, Harkness, Alistair, & Harris, Bridget (Eds.) Locating Crime in Time and Place: Perspectives on Regional, Rural and Remote Australia. Federation Press Pty Ltd, Annandale, N.S.W.
- Lenton, Simon, Grigg, Jodie, Scott, John, Barratt, Monica, & Eleftheriadis, Dina (2015) The social supply of cannabis among young people in Australia. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 503, pp. 501-520.
- Scott, John, Lyons, Anthony, & MacPhail, Catherine (2015) Desire, belonging and absence in rural places. Rural Society (Special Issue), 24(3), pp. 219-226.
- Celal Bayari (2015) Chinese Economy and Central Asia. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review. 11(3): 1-14. 2015. ISSN 1813-0534.
- Ashley Barnwell (2015) Enduring Divisions: Critique, Method, and Questions of Value in the Sociology of Literature. Cultural Sociology December 2015 9: 550-566, first published on July 8, 2015 doi:10.1177/
- Celal Bayari – Chinese Economy and Central Asia. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review.
- Wong C. M. L. (2016) Assembling Interdisciplinary Energy Research through an Actor Network Theory (ANT) Frame, Energy Research and Social Science, vol 12 (February 2016), pp 106-110
- Elena Wilson, Amanda Kenny & Virginia Dickson-Swift (2015) Using Blogs as a Qualitative Health Research Tool: a scoping review. International Journal of Qualitative Methods.
- Fellow member Fabian Cannizzo recently had his Honours research published: Cannizzo, Fabian (2015) ‘Academic Subjectivities: Governmentality and Self-Development in Higher Education‘, Foucault Studies, 20: 199-217.
- Smith, G.J.D. (2015) ‘Surveillance, Data and Embodiment: On the Work of Being Watched‘, Body & Society, DOI: 10.1177/1357034X15623622.
- Nicholas Hookway & Daphne Habibis (2015) ‘Losing my religion’: Managing identity in a post-Jehovah’s Witness world, Journal of Sociology
- Rebecca Olson & James Conner (2015) When they don’t die: Prognosis ambiguity, role conflict and emotion work in cancer caregiving, Journal of Sociology
- David Farrugia (2015) Addressing the problem of reflexivity in theories of reflexive modernisation: Subjectivity and structural contradiction, Journal of Sociology
- Donella Caspersz & Doina Olaru (2015) Why do students differ in the value they place on pro-social activities? Journal of Sociology
- Sharyn Roach Anleu & Kathy Mack (2015) Performing Authority: Communicating Judicial Decisions in Lower Criminal Courts, Journal of SociologyBriony Horsfall Deborah Dempsey (2015) Grandparents doing gender: Experiences of grandmothers and grandfathers caring for grandchildren in Australia, Journal of Sociology
- Dan Woodman, Steven Threadgold & Alphia Possamai-Inesedy (2015) Prophet of a New Modernity: Ulrich Beck’s Legacy for Sociology, Journal of Sociology
- Meredith Nash (2015) – Gender on the ropes: An autoethnographic account of boxing in Tasmania, Australia, International Review for the Sociology of Sport
- Shanthi Robertson (2015) The Production of the Indian Student: Regimes and Imaginaries of Migration, Education, Labour, Citizenship and Class, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal
- Andrew Jakubowicz & Devaki Monani – Mapping Progress : Human Rights and International Students in Australia, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal
- Scott J. Fitzpatrick (2015) Scientism as a social response to the problem of suicide, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry.
- Forsey, M.G. 2015, Learning to Stay? Mobile Modernity and the Sociology of Choice, Mobilities, 10(5):764-783
- Lucy C. Farrell, Megan J. Warin, Vivienne M. Moore and Jackie M. Street (2015) Emotion in obesity discourse: understanding public attitudes towards regulations for obesity prevention. Sociology of Health and Illness
- Ho, C., Vincent, E. and Butler, R. 2015. Everyday and cosmo-multiculturalisms: doing diversity in gentrifying school communities. Journal of Intercultural Studies
- Hayward, P., & Rahn, A. (2015). Opening Pandora’s Box: Pleasure, consent and consequence in the production and circulation of celebrity sex videos. Porn Studies
- Sociology – Where’s the best school to study VCE English, maths methods and sociology?
- Mayes, Christopher ‘Revisiting Foucault’s ‘Normative Confusions’: Surveying the Debate Since the Collège de France Lectures’ in Philosophy Compass Vol. 10, Is. 12, pgs 841–855, December 2015.
- Jenny Chesters – Pathways through secondary school in a comprehensive system: does parental education and school attended affect students’ choice?, International Journal of Training Research
- Andrew, Y. (2015). Beyond professionalism: Classed and gendered capital in childcare work. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood
- Webster, Kim, and Michael Flood (2015), Framework foundations 1: A review of the evidence on correlates of violence against women and what works to prevent it. Companion document to Our Watch, Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) and VicHealth, Change the Story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia, Our Watch, Melbourne.
- Matthew Bunn (2015) Habitus and Disposition in High-risk Mountain-climbing, Body and Society, Sage.
- Matthew Bunn (2015) ‘I’m gonna do this over and over and over forever!’: Overlapping fields and climbing practice, International Review for Sociology of Sport, Sage.
- TASA – Aussie Sociologists back Marriage Equality, Gay News Network
- Emily Longstaff – How MOOCs can empower learners: a comparison of provider goals and user experiences, Journal of Further and Higher Education
- Nunn, Caitlin (2015) ‘Negotiating national (non)belongings: Vietnamese Australians in ethno/multicultural Australia.’ Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power.
- Nunn, Caitlin, Celia McMichael, Sandra M. Gifford and Ignacio Correa-Velez (2015) ‘Mobility and security: the perceived benefits of citizenship for resettled young people from refugee backgrounds.’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
- Michelle Brady & Kay Cook – The impact of welfare to work on parents and their children, Evidence Base
- Loney-Howes, R 2015 Beyond the spectacle of suffering: representations of rape in online anti-rape activism, Outskirts, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 1-17.
- Nichols, S. (2015) Aussie kids, global citizens: Cultural nationalism and cosmopolitanism in service providers’ and parents’ accounts. Global Studies in Childhood, special issue on Nation and Childhood. 5(1) 19 – 32. doi: 10.1177/2043610615573376
- Bartholomaeus, Clare (2015) ‘Girls can like boy toys’: Junior primary school children’s understandings of feminist picture books. Gender and Education. DOI: 10.1080/09540253.2015.1106443
- Stephanie Coontz – US academic urges time off for dads, The Courier (TASA gets a mention!)
- Riaz Hassan – Clear and future danger, Outlook (magazine)
- Ruby Grant, a 2014 TASA Honours Award recipient, has had a paper published based on her honours research – Grant, Ruby (2015) ‘Going Commando: Prosthetics and the Politics of Gender.’ Platform: Journal of Media and Communication 6 (2): 61-73.
- Petra Bueskens – ‘Flexibility’ Won’t Stop Women Retiring In Poverty, New Matilda
- Flood, Michael. (2015). Work with men to end violence against women: A critical stocktake. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2015. DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2015.1070435.
- Ridge D, Kokanovic R, Broom A, Kirkpatrick S, Anderson C & Tanner C. (2015) “My dirty little habit”: Patient constructions of antidepressant use and the ‘crisis’ of legitimacy. Social Science & Medicine. 146: 53-61.
- Lee, A. 2015. Integrating Subjects: Linking Surveillance Experiences to Social Patterns Using Ethno-Epistemic Assemblages. Surveillance & Society 13(3/4): 385-399.
- McKenzie H & Cook K (2015). “It should be a big responsibility”: Low income payee mothers’ evaluations of their child support arrangements. Australian Journal of Family Law. 29: 135-165.
- Corr L, LaMontagne AD, Cook K, Davis E, Waters E. (2015). Associations between Australian early childhood educators’ mental health and working conditions: a cross-sectional study. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood. 40(3): 69-78.
- Charles, C., Mahoney, C., Fox, B., Halse, C. 2014. School principals and racism: Responding to Aveling, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2014.985634
- Rock Chugg – Rock‘n’roll’s evil doll’: the Female Popular Music Genre of Barbie Rock, Refractory
- Gerrard Goggin & Wayne Hawkins – Designing for the disabled opens up new opportunities for all, The Australian
- Andrew, Y. (2015). What we feel and what we do: Emotional capital in early childhood work. Early Years, Online First
- Doherty, C. (2015). The constraints of relevance on prevocational curriculum. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 47(5), 705-722.
- Henne, Kathryn. Defending Doping: Performances and Trials of an Anti-Doping Program. Journal of Sport & Social Issues. Online First
- Henne, Kathryn. 2015. Reforming Global Sport: Hybridity and the Challenges of Pursuing Transparency. Law & Policy 37(4): 324–349.
- Alison Marlin – Interdisciplinarity and Comparison: A Workshop on Cultures of Video Games Concerns, European Association for the Study of Science and Technology Review, vol. 34(2).
- Jeremy Smith (2015). Grounds for Engagement: Dissonances and Overlaps at the Intersection of Contemporary Civilizations Analysis and Postcolonial Sociology, Current Sociology, 63(4): 566-585.
- Cook K, McKenzie H, Natalier K & Young L. (2015). Institutional processes and the production of gender inequalities: The case of Australian child support research and administration. Critical Social Policy, 35(4): 512–534.
- Petra Bueskens – Keeping up supply: it isn’t only about the milk, On Line Opinion
- Singh, Parlo (2015): Pedagogic governance: theorising with/after Bernstein, British Journal of Sociology of Education
- Stephen Heimans, Parlo Singh & Kathryn Glasswell (2015): Doing education policy enactment research in a minor key, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education
- Singh, Parlo (2015). The knowledge paradox: Bernstein, Bourdieu and Beyond. Extended Review. K. Maton (2014). Knowledge and Knowers. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 36, No.3,
- Luke Gahan – Gay abuse victims travelling for help, The Courier
- Mark Bahnisch – Turnbull is not a rebadged Abbott. But he must do more than shift conservatives to the centre, The Guardian
- Ragusa, A.T. & Bousfield, K. (2015). It’s not the test, it’s how it’s used! Critical analysis of public response to NAPLAN and MySchool Senate Inquiry. British Journal of Sociology of Education, DOI: 10.1080/01425692.2015.1073100
- Sarah Maclean – Ice addiction: Let’s stop the scare tactics and tell stories of recovery, The Drum
- Fabian Cannizzo & Nicholas Osbaldiston – Academic work/life balance: A brief quantitative analysis of the Australian experience, The Journal of Sociology
- Connell, Raewyn. 2015. Social science on a world scale: connecting the pages. Sociologies in Dialogue: Journal of the Brazilian Sociological Society, vol. 1 no. 1, 1-16. Available open access at http://www.
- Mukherjee, M. (2016). From Missionary to New Middle Class Schooling in the Era of Global Capitalism: Dilemmas of inclusive education reform in India in Jeb Sprague [Ed.]. Globalization and Transnational Capitalism in Asia and Oceania. New York: Routledge
- Leontini, R., Schofield, T., Lindsay, J., Brown, R., Hepworth, J., Germov, J. (2015) ‘Social Stuff’ and Institutional Micro-Processes: Alcohol Use by Students in Australian University Residential Colleges, Contemporary Drug Problems, 42(3): 171-187
- Kokanovic R & Bozic-Vrbancic S. (2014) Being marked as different: The emotional politics of experiences of depression and migrant belongings, Emotion, Space and Society.
- Smith, L., Hill, N.J., Kokanovic, R., 2015, Experiences of depression, the role of social support and its impact on health outcomes, Journal of Mental Health [P], vol In-print, Informa Healthcare, London UK.
- Christina Ho in Wade, M. 2015 The Sydney schools becoming Anglo ghettos, The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 August (most viewed story on SMH online, 25/8/15)
- Christina Ho in Metcalfe, C. 2015 UTS research shows north shore schools struggle with diversity, The Daily Telegraph, 27 August,
- Melissa Phillips – Debates over language: a dangerous distraction?, IRIN
- Ho, C. (2015) ‘People like us’: School choice, multiculturalism and segregation in Sydney, Australian Review of Public Affairs, August
- Rob Stones – Why, and How, Social Theorists Should Engage with Audiences for News and Current Affairs, Theory, Culture and Society
- Raewyn Connell, “The Knowledge Economy and University Workers”, Australian Universities Review, 2015, vol. 57 no. 2. It’s a discussion of the emerging sustainability crisis in the Oz university system.
- Lee, A. and P.S. Cook (2015) The conditions of exposure and immediacy: Internet surveillance and Generation Y, Journal of Sociology 51(3): 674-88.
- Yolande Strengers – a book review of ‘Off the Grid: Re-assembling domestic life’ (2015) by Phillip Vannini and Jonathan Taggart
- Jonathan Gabe, Kirsten Harley & Michael Calnan (2015) Healthcare choice: Discourses, perceptions, experiences and practices, Current Sociology.
- Farida Fozdar (2015) Asian invisibility/Asian threat: Australians talking about Asia, Journal of Sociology
- Emma Kirby, Alex Broom, David Sibbritt, Kathryn Refshauge & Jon Adams (2015) Suffering, recognition and reframing: Healthcare choices and plural care pathways for women with chronic back pain, Current Sociology.
- Fran Collyer, Karen Willis, Marika Franklin, Kirsten Harley, Stephenie Short (2015) Healthcare choice: Bourdieu’s capital, habitus and field, Current Sociology.
- Kim Spurway & Karen Soldatic (2015) “Life just keeps throwing lemons”: the lived experience of food insecurity among Aboriginal people with disabilities in the West Kimberley, Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability
- Janice Newton (2015) Procreative and performative kinship among residents in caravan parks, The Australian Journal of Anthropology , 26: 233-54.
- Pienaar, K. (2015). Claiming rights, making citizens: HIV and the performativity of biological citizenship. Social Theory & Health.Pienaar, K., Fraser, S., Kokanovic, R., Moore, D., Treloar, C. and Dunlop, A. (2015). New narratives, new selves: Complicating addiction in online alcohol and other drug resources. Addiction Research & Theory.
- B Prosser, R Denniss – Minority government and marginal members: new issues for political and policy legitimacy in Australia, Policy Studies
- Mark Mallman (2015) Not entirely at home: Upward social mobility and early family life. Journal of Sociology. Published online before print August 3, 2015
- Wadsworth Y, 2015,‘Shared Inquiry Capabilities and Differing Inquiry Preferences: Navigating “Full Cycle” Iterations of Action Research’, The SAGE Handbook of Action Research 3e (ed. Hilary Bradbury), Sage, London, Ch. 78, pp. 751-761
- Butler, R. 2015. Schools, “ferals”, stigma and boundary work: parents managing education and uncertainty in regional Australia. Ethnography and Education, doi:10.1080/
- Raewyn Connell (2015) Preface in Progressive Alternatives: Politics, policy, practice, New Zealand Sociology (some interesting papers on issues close to what the TASA conference this year is addressing)
- B Prosser, R Denniss (2015) Lobbying the marginal member: identifying opportunities for interest groups within minority government, Australian Journal of Political Science, doi: 10.1080/10361146.2015.1065956 2015
- Amy Shields Dobson & Jessica Ringrose (2015) Sext education: pedagogies of sex, gender and shame in the schoolyards of Tagged and Exposed, Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning
- David McCallum – Unstable categories: children in welfare and justice’, Griffith Law Review, 24, (2), 2015
- David McCallum – ‘Criminal neglect: tracing the category of the Aboriginal ‘neglected child’, Social Identities. Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, 20 (4-5), 2014
- David McCallum – ‘Bio-child: human sciences and governing through freedom’, Journal of Sociology, 50(4), 2014
- An interview with Raewyn Connell by Hélène Martin
- Connell, Raewyn. 2015. Hégémonie, masculinité, colonialité. Genre, sexualité & société [On line], 13 | printemps 2015, mis en ligne le 01 juin 2015. DOI : 10.4000/gss.3429
- Collyer, F.M.; Harley, K. and Short, S.D. ‘Money and Markets in Australia’s Healthcare System’ (2015) in Meagher, G. and Goodwin, S. (eds)Markets, Rights and Power in Australian Social Policy Sydney University Press: Sydney. pp. 257-91.
- Collyer, F.M.; Willis, K.; Franklin, M.; Harley, K. and Short, S. (2015) ‘Healthcare choice: Bourdieu’s capital, habitus and field’ Current Sociology. DOI: 10.1177/0011392115590082
- Samararatne DWVA; Soldatic K, 2015, ‘Inclusions and exclusions in law: experiences of women with disability in rural and war-affected areas in Sri Lanka‘, Disability and Society, vol. 30, no. 5, pp. 759 – 772,
- Walsh J; Spangaro J; Soldatic K, 2015, ‘Global understandings of domestic violence‘, Nursing and Health Sciences, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 1 – 4,
- Soldatic KM; Somers K; Buckley A; Fleay C, 2015, ”Nowhere to be found?: disabled refugees and asylum seekers within the Australian resettlement landscape’, Disability and the Global South, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 501 – 522
- Soldatic K, 2015, ‘Post colonial re productions: disability, indigeneity and the formation of the white masculine settler state of Australia‘,Social Identities: journal for the study of race, nation and culture, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 53 – 68,
- Grech S; Soldatic KM, 2015, ‘Disability and colonialism: (dis)encounters and anxious intersectionalities‘, Social Identities: journal for the study of race, nation and culture,
- Ramón Spaaij, Karen Farquharson and Tim Marjoribanks (2015) ‘Sport and Social Inequalities‘, Sociology Compass 9(5): 400-411.
- Akane Kanai (2015): Jennifer Lawrence, remixed: approaching celebrity through DIY digital culture, Celebrity Studies
- Wong, C. M. L. (2015), The Mutable Nature of Risk and Acceptability: A Hybrid Risk Governance Framework. Risk Analysis. (In Press) doi: 10.1111/risa.12429. You can follow Catherine on Twitter.
- Connell, Raewyn. 2015. Hégémonie, masculinité, colonialité. Genre, sexualité & société [On line], 13 | printemps 2015, mis en ligne le 01 juin 2015. DOI : 10.4000/gss.3429
- Spies-Butcher, B. and A. Stebbing 2015, ‘Climate change and the welfare state? Exploring Australian attitudes to climate and social policy’, Journal of Sociology, firstview.
- Meredith Nash and Ruby Grant (2015) Twenty-something Girls vs. Thirty-something Sex and the City women: Paving the way for “Post? Feminism”, Feminist Media Studies.
- Jeremy CA Smith – Grounds for engagement: Dissonances and overlaps at the intersection of contemporary civilizations analysis and postcolonial sociology, Current Sociology
- Rodriguez, L, George, JR & McDonald, B 2015, forthcoming Spring edition: ‘Constructing legitimate and illegitimate Pasifika masculinities in the global diaspora’, Culture, Society and Masculinities, USA.
- McDonald, B & Rodriguez, L, 2014b, ‘It’s our meal ticket’: Pacific bodies, labour and mobility in Australia, Asia Pacific Journal of Sport and Social Science, 3(3): 236-249
- Antwi Bosiakoh, T., C. A-I Tuota, S. Ohene Marfo & P. Andoh (2014). The dynamics of north-south migration in Ghana: Perspectives of Nandom migrants in Accra. Ghanaian Journal of Economics, Vol. 2: 97-117.
- Nicholas Hookay mentioned in ‘Who are you? Depends on what your friends say‘, The Age
- Jennifer Cheng – Islamophobia, Muslimophobia or racism? Parliamentary discourses on Islam and Muslims in debates on the minaret ban in Switzerland, Discourse & Society
- Poynting, S. (2015) ‘Empire Crime, Rendition and Guantanamo Bay: The Case of David Hicks‘, State Crime Journal, 4, (1), p16-33.
- Marie Chisari – Fighting radicalisation with Australian values, Online Opinion
- Mitchell Hobbs – The sociology of spin: An investigation into the uses, practices and consequences of political communication, Journal of Sociology
- Joo-Cheong Tham, Martina Boese and Iain Campbell – Taking a taxi ride to an inhospitable workplace, Inside Story.
- James Scambary (2015) In Search of White Elephants: The Political Economy of Resource Income Expenditure in East Timor, Critical Asian Studies, Routledge
- Jenny Advocat and Jo Lindsay (2015) To drink or not to drink? Young Australians negotiating the social imperative to drink to intoxication, Journal of Sociology, Sage
- Nicholas Hookway (2015) Moral decline sociology: Critiquing the legacy of Durkheim, Journal of Sociology, Sage
- Sheila Shaver (2015) How a study lost its funding: Jean Martin and public knowledge of the refugee experience, Journal of Sociology, Sage
- Raewyn Connell (2015) Setting sail: The making of sociology in Australia, 1955–75, Journal of Sociology, Sage
- Jenny Chesters (2015) Within-generation social mobility in Australia: The effect of returning to education on occupational status and earnings, Journal of Sociology, Sage
- Martina Boese (2015) The roles of employers in the regional settlement of recently arrived migrants and refugees, Journal of Sociology, Sage
- Nick Pendergrast (2015) Live Animal Export, Humane Slaughter and Media Hegemony, Animal Studies Journal
- Mark Bahnisch (2015) Tim Carmody can’t demand reform as part of his severance package, The Guardian
Alan Petersen & Iain Wilkinson – Special Issue: The sociology of hope in contexts of health, medicine and healthcare
- Anita Harris & Amy Dobson (special issue editorial and paper) Theorizing agency in post-girlpower times, Continuum.
- Daphne Habibis, Rhonda Phillips, Peter Phibbs, Julia Verdouw –Identifying effective arrangements for tenancy management service delivery to remote Indigenous communities, Australian Policy Online
- Erika Altmann – Industry professionalisation of strata title managers: what arethe implications for governance?, Property Management
- Bartholomaeus, C., & Senkevics, A. S. (2015). Accounting for Gender in the Sociology of Childhood: Reflections from research in Australia and Brazil. SAGE Open, April-June.
- Bartholomaeus, C. (2015). Engaging Boys in Building Gender Equality: Reflections from primary school research. In M. Flood & R. Howson (Eds.), Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality (pp. 244-256). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- Gabrielle Meagher and Susan Goodwin Markets, rights and power in Australian social policy, Sydney University Press
- Antwi Bosiakoh, T., C. A-I Tuota, S. Ohene Marfo & P. Andoh (2014). The dynamics of north-south migration in Ghana: Perspectives of Nandom migrants in Accra. Ghanaian Journal of Economics.
- Nicholas Hookway – It’s cool to be kind, The Age
- Alexandra Gibson (2015) ‘Take ownership of your condition’: Australian women’s health and risk talk in relation to their experiences of breast cancer, Health Risk & Society.
- Rosalyn Black (2015). ‘Between policy and a hard pedagogical place: the emotional geographies of teaching for citizenship in low socioeconomic schools’. Pedagogy, Culture & Society
- Maria Chisari (2015) Testing citizen identities: Australian migrants and the Australian values debate, Social Identities
- Ashlin Lee & Dan Woodman – The next big thing… is no big thing at all, The Age
- Scott Fitzpatrick, Claire Hooker and Ian Kerridge Suicidology as a Social Practice: A reply to Tom Widger, Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective.
- Connell, Raewyn. 2015. Meeting at the edge of fear: theory on a world scale. Feminist Theory, vol. 16 no. 1, 49-66.
- Karla Elliott (2015) Caring masculinities: theorizing an emerging concept, Men and Masculinities.
- Xiaoying Qi. (2015) ‘Filial Obligation in Contemporary China: Evolution of the Culture-System’. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 45(1): 141-161.
- M/C Journal ‘Authentic’ issue, vol 18. No. 1. Edited by Sara James and Nicholas Hookway. The issue builds upon a one-day symposium – Cultures of Authenticity – organised by TASA Cultural Sociology thematic group co-convenors Nicholas Hookway and Sara James. The symposium was held at Flinders University City campus in Adelaide on 28 November 2014 and supported by TASA thematic group funding.
- Kay Cook, Hayley McKenzie & Kristin Natalier (forthcoming 2015) Mothers’ experiences of child support: qualitative research and opportunities for policy insight,Journal of Family Studies
- Stephen Kerry (2015) Sistergirls/Brotherboys: The Status of Indigenous Transgender Australians, International Journal of Transgenderism
- Doherty, C. (2015). Agentive motility and structural viscosity: Australian families relocating in educational markets. Mobilities.
- Doherty, C., Shield, P., Patton, W., & Mu, G. M. (2015). The limits to public service: rural communities, professional families and work mobility. Community, Work & Family.
- Lassig, C., Doherty, C., & Moore, K. (2015 (online)). The private problem with public service: Family considerations in rural teachers’ tenure. Journal of Education Administration and History.
- Mark Jennings (2015) An extraordinary degree of exaltation: Durkheim, effervescence and Pentecostalism’s defeat of secularisation, Social Compass. Sage.
- Aquino, Kristine (2015) More than a game: Embodied everyday anti-racism among young Filipino-Australian street ballers, Journal of Intercultural Studies
- Michael Flood – Boys will be boys: does violence against women start in childhood?
- Le, Ros and Gilding, Michael, Gambling and drugs: The role of gambling among Vietnamese women incarcerated for drug crimes in Australia, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology
- Gilding, Michael, Gregory, Sheree and Cosson, Barbara, Motives and Outcomes in Family Business Succession Planning, Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice
- Willand, Nicola., Ridley, Ian. & Maller, Cecily. (in press 2015) Towards explaining the health impacts of residential energy efficiency interventions – A realist review. Part 1: Pathways, Social Science & Medicine
- Katherine Carroll (2015) Representing Ethnographic Data Through the Epistolary Form
A Correspondence Between a Breastmilk Donor and Recipient, Qualitative Inquiry.
- Deuchar, A. (2014) Ambivalence and Optimism: the contradictory meanings of education for lower middle class young men in Dehradun, India. Geoforum 55, 143-155
- Jonathan Smith, Belinda Hewitt & Zlatko Skrbiš (2015) Digital socialisation: Young people’s changing value orientations towards internet use between adolescence and early adulthood. Information, Communication & Society
- Jenny Chesters and Jonathan Smith (2015) Social capital and aspirations for educational attainment: A cross-national comparison between Australia and Germany.Journal of Youth Studies
- Karen Farquharson & Hadi Sohrabi (2015) Social integration of Australian Muslims: A dramaturgical perspective, Journal of Sociology
- Maller, C. (2015). Understanding health through social practices: performance and materiality in everyday life. Sociology of Health and Illness
- MacLean, Sarah (2015) Alcohol and the constitution of friendship for young adults.Sociology. DOI: 10.1177/0038038514557913.
- Mark Mallman & Helen Lee (2015) Stigmatised learners: mature-age students negotiating university culture, British Journal of Sociology of Education
- Hughes, K. (2015) The Social Inclusion Meme in Higher Education: Are Universities Doing Enough? International Journal of Inclusive Education
- Michael Hobbs (2015) The sociology of spin: An investigation into the uses, practices and consequences of political communication, Journal of Sociology, Published online before print January 7, 2015, doi: 10.1177/1440783314562414
- McLeod, Kim. (2014) Orientating to Assembling: Qualitative Inquiry for More-Than-Human Worlds. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 13: 337-394.
- Jewkes, R., M. Flood, and J. Lang “From Working With Men and Boys to Changing Social Norms and Reducing Inequities in Gender Relations: A paradigm shift in prevention of violence against women and girls.” The Lancet, DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(14)61683-4 (2014).
- Flood, M. “Preventing Male Violence.” In Oxford Textbook of Violence Prevention: Epidemiology, evidence, and policy. Eds. C. Ward and P. Donnelly. Oxford University Press, 2014.
- Flood, M. “Men’s Anti-violence Activism and the Construction of Gender-equitable Masculinities.” In Moving Ahead: Alternative Masculinities for a Changing World, Eds. Àngels Carabí and Jose Armengol, Palgrave, 2014.
- Thill, Cate (2014) ‘Listening for Policy Change: How the Voices of Disabled People Shaped Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme‘. Disability & Society. DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2014.987220
- Roger Patulny, Natalya Godbold & Rebecca Olson – Introduction: Embracing Emotional Research: Methodological Challenges in the Sociology of Emotions, Emotion Review
- Rebecca Olson, Natalya Godbold & Roger Patulny – Introduction: Methodological Innovations in the Sociology of Emotions Part Two – Methods, Emotion Review
- Roger Patulny – Exposing the ”Wellbeing Gap” Between American Men and Women: Revelations From the Sociology of Emotion Surveys, Emotion Review
- Chesters, J. (2014) ‘Maintaining inequality despite expansion: Evidence of the link between parents’ education and qualitative differences in educational attainment’ Higher Education Quarterly on-line version DOI: 10.1111/hequ.12060
- Marsh, D. Lewis, C. and Chesters, J. (2014) The Australian mining tax and the political power of business, Australian Journal of Political Science.
- Brad West & Ruthie O’Reilly – National humanitarianism and the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami,The Journal of Sociology
- Jonathan Smith – Same-Sex Marriage Attitudes During the Transition to Early Adulthood A Panel Study of Young Australians, 2008 to 2013, Journal of Family Issues.
- David Rowe – Death of a sportsman: gladiatorial guilt, ON LINE opinion: Australia’s e-journal of social and political debate.
- Brendan Churchill & Lisa Denny (2014) Thank God you’re here: The coming generation and their role in future-proofing Australia from the challenges of population ageing, Australian Journal of Social Issues.
- Christopher Mayes – Governing through choice: Food labels and the confluence of food industry and public health discourse to create ‘healthy consumers’. Social Theory & Health
- Block, K, Gibbs, L, Snowdon, E, & MacDougall, C. (2014). Participant guided mobile methods: Investigating personal experiences of communities following a disaster, SAGE Research Methods Cases. London: Sage Publications, Ltd.
- Singh, Parlo (2014): Performativity and pedagogising knowledge: globalising educational policy formation, dissemination and enactment, Journal of Education PolicySingh, Parlo, Heimans, Stephen & Glasswell, Kathryn (2014): Policy enactment, context and performativity: ontological politics and researching Australian National Partnership policies,Journal of Education Policy
- Martina Boose – The roles of employers in the regional settlement of recently arrived migrants and refugees, The Journal of Sociology
- Emily Longstaff – The Prehistory of MOOCs: Inclusive and Exclusive Access in the Cyclical Evolution of Higher Education, Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change
- Toloo GS, Yu W, Aitken P, FitzGerald G, Tong S. (2014). The impact of heatwaves on emergency department visits in Brisbane, Australia: A time series study. Critical Care, 8: R69. doi: 10.1186/cc13826.
- Toloo GS, Guo Y, Turner L, Qi X, Aitken P, Tong S. (2014). Socio-demographic vulnerability to heatwave impacts in Brisbane, Australia: An epidemiological study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, published online 28/8/2014. doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.12253.
- Toloo GS, FitzGerald G, Tong S. (2014). Managing health risks of extreme weather events: Need for a systematic approach. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(1): 90-91. doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.12151.
- FitzGerald G, Toloo GS, Romeo M. (2014). Emergency healthcare of the future. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 26(3): 291-294.
- Farrugia, Claire. (2014) ‘Practising Solidarity: Sharing Across Difference’, pp.112 in Scott H. Boyd and Mary Ann Walter (eds) Cultural Difference and Social Solidarity: Solidarities and Social Function. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
- Cook, P.S. (2014) ‘Institutional frameworks and terms of reference: The public discussion on clinical xenotransplantation in Australia’, Science and Public Policy, 41(5): 673-84
- Altmann E, (2014) ‘How does high density living impact third sector organisations? An exploration of financial and voluntary workforce implications for non-profit organisations’, Third Sector Review Vol. 20, Is. 1.
- Altmann, E, (2014) ‘Book Review’ Barendregt, B. & Jaffe, R. (2014) ‘Green consumption: The global rise of the eco-chic’, Journal Environmental Policy & Planning
- Sauvain-Dugerdil, C., T. Antwi Bosiakoh S. Diarra, A. Piraud, S. Diop, J. Anarfi & S. Agyei-Mensah (2014). “Shaping the Family”: Individual’s capabilities to exercise reproductive rights seen through a qualitative survey. African Population Studies / Etudes de la Population Africaine, Vol. 28, No. 2: 872-889.
- Sarkodie, A. O., S. Agyei-Mensah, J. Anarfi and T. Antwi Bosiakoh (2014). Education and Employment Outcomes in Ghana through the Lens of the Capability Approach. African Population Studies / Etudes de la Population Africaine, Vol. 28, No. 2: 797-815.
- Lee, A. (2014). A Question of Momentum – Critical Reflections on Individual Options for Surveillance Resistance.Teknokultura. Revista De Cultura Digital Y Movimientos Sociales, 11(2), 425-440.
- Rob Stones – Social Theory and Current Affairs: A Framework for Intellectual Engagement –The British Journal of Sociology.
- Benbow-Buitenhuis A 2014, ‘A Feminine Double-Bind? Towards understanding the commercialization of beauty through examining anti-ageing culture’, Social Alternatives, Vol.33, No.3, pp.43-49
- Forbes-Mewett, H. (2014) Identity, in Bruce A. Arrigo (ed.), Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
- Kristin Natalier and Belinda Hewitt (2014) Separated Parents Reproducing and Undoing Gender Through Defining Legitimate Uses of Child Support. Gender and Society, DOI: 10.1177/0891243214546933.Prosser, B, Greig, A & Sumartojo, S. 2014. Introducing the complete case study into an undergraduate sociology major, Enhanced Learning in the Social Sciences, DOI: 10.11120/elss.2014.00034
- Martina Boese – The roles of employers in the regional settlement of recently arrived migrants and refugees, Journal of SociologyScott Fitzpatrick – Stories worth telling: Moral experiences of suicidal behaviour, Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics.Tsui-o Tai, Janeen Baxter & Belinda Hewitt – Do co-residence and intentions make a difference? Relationship satisfaction in married, cohabiting, and living apart together couples in four countries, Demographic Research OnlineTanja van der Lippe, Marieke Voorpostel & Belinda Hewitt Disagreements among cohabiting and married couples in 22 European countries, Demographic Research OnlineRebecca Olson & James Connor – When they don’t die: Prognosis ambiguity, role conflict and emotion work in cancer caregiving, the Journal of Sociology.
- Elisabeth Betz (2014) Polynesian Youth Hip Hop: Intersubjectivity and Australia’s Multicultural Audience, Ethnomusicology Forum, 23(2), 247-265.
- Christopher Mayes and Donald B Thompson – Is Nutritional Advocacy Morally Indigestible? A Critical Analysis of the Scientific and Ethical Implications of ‘Healthy’ Food Choice Discourse in Liberal Societies – Public Health Ethics, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pp. 158-169.
- MacLean, S & Moore, D (2014) ‘Hyped up’: assemblages of alcohol, excitement and violence for outer-suburban young adults in the inner-city at night. International Journal of Drug Policy. 25, 378–385
- Jenny Chesters – Within-generation social mobility in Australia: The effect of returning to education on occupational status and earnings. Journal of Sociology.
- Fran Collyer – Sociology, sociologists and core–periphery reflections. Journal of Sociology.
- Peta Cook – To actually be sociological’: Autoethnography as an assessment and learning tool. Journal of Sociology.
- Sue Malta & Karen Farquharson – The initiation and progression of late-life romantic relationships. Journal of Sociology.
- Paula McDonald, Janis Bailey, Robin Price & Barbara Pini – School-aged workers: Industrial citizens in waiting?. Journal of Sociology.
- Stephanie Alice Baker & David Rowe – Mediating mega events and manufacturing multiculturalism: The cultural politics of the world game in Australia. Journal of Sociology.
- Congues, J. 2014, Promoting collective well-being as a means of defying the odds: drought in the Goulburn Valley, Australia, Rural Society, vol. 23, iss. 3, viewed 28 July 2014:
- Gahan, L., Jones, T., Hillier, L., (2014) An Unresolved Journey: Religious Discourse and Same-Sex Attracted and Gender Questioning Young People, Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Vol 25 pp202-229.
- Robinson, Peter and Paula Geldens ‘Stories of Two Generations of Australian Gay Men Living in the Presence of HIV-AIDS’, Journal of Australian Studies, 2014, Vol. 38, No. 2, 233–245.
- Deborah Lupton – Survey findings point to the benefits and risks associated with academics using social media. The London School of Economics and Political Sciences.
- Liudmila Kirpitchenko (2014) Comparing Experiences of Academic Mobility and Migration. Comparative Sociology, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 215-234.
- Brad West (2014) “Historical re-enacting and affective authority: Performing the American Civil War” Annals of Leisure Research 17(2):161-179.
- Yolande Strengers (2014) Fly or die: air travel and the internationalisation of academic careers
- Scott Fitzpatrick – Re-Moralizing the suicide debate, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry.
- Henne, Kathryn. 2014. The Emergence of Moral Technopreneurialism in Sport: Techniques in Anti-Doping Regulation, 1966–1976. International Journal of the History of Sport 31(8): 884–901.
- Deborah Lupton (2014) ‘Feeling Better Connected’: Academics’ Use of Social Media. Canberra: News & Media Research Centre, University of Canberra.
- Janet Taylor – The Safety Net Has to Stay. The Australian
- Raewyn Connell – Setting sail: The making of sociology in Australia, 1955–75, Journal of Sociology.
- Christopher Baker & Helen Liu – Ordinary Aristocrats: Philanthropists as Ethical Leaders? ProBono news.
- Christopher Baker & Michael Gilding – Study finds Charities Forgotten in Aussie Wills, ProBono news.
- Cook, P.S. (2014) ‘“It’s a risk that requires evaluation and rational appraisal”: Emotion and infectious risk in xenotransplantation’, New Genetics and Society, 33 (1): 1-20
- Kirpitchenko, L. (2014) Locating Cosmopolitanism within Academic Mobility. Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp.56-75
- Hookway, Nicholas (2014) Tasting the Ethical: Vegetarianism as Modern Re-Enchantment. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture.
- Maggie Kirkman, Deborah Keys, Daria Bodzak & Alina Turner (2014) ‘I just wanted somewhere safe’: Women who are homeless with their children. Journal of Sociology.
- Jody Hughes (2014) The decentring of couple relationships? An examination of young adults living alone. Journal of Sociology.
- Andrew Clarke (2014) Governing the dieting self: Conducting weight-loss via the internet. Journal of Sociology. Sage.
- Christopher Mayes (2014) An Agrarian Imaginary in Urban Life: Cultivating Virtues and Vices Through a Conflicted History. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. Springer.
- Farida Fozdar, Brian Spittles, and Lisa Hartley (2014) Australia Day, flags on cars and Australian nationalism. Journal of Sociology. Sage.
- Ashlin Lee and Peta S. Cook (2014) The conditions of exposure and immediacy: Internet surveillance and Generation Y. Journal of Sociology. Sage.
- Scott Fitzpatrick, Claire Hooker and Ian Kerridge, (2014) Suicidology as a social practice, Social Epistemology.
- Drabowicz, Tomasz (2014) Gender and digital usage inequality among adolescents: A comparative study of 39 countries, Computers & Education, Vol. 74, Issue 5 (May), pp. 98–111. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.
- Bousfield, K., & Ragusa, A. (2014). A sociological analysis of Australia’s NAPLAN and MySchool Senate Inquiry submissions: The adultification of childhood? Critical Studies in Education.
- Nicholas Hookway – Moral Decline Sociology: Critiquing the Legacy of Durkheim. Sage
- Nicholls, L. Strengers, Y. (in press) ‘Air-conditioning and antibiotics: Demand management insights from problematic health and household cooling practices‘, Energy Policy.
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Interviewing Pairs: Discussions on Migration and Identity” In P. Brindle (ed.) SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, UK: Sage Publications.
- Jennifer Doyle & Rose Melville (2013) Good Caring and Vocabularies of Motive Among Foster Carers, Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology, University of Bucharest.
- Kathryn Henne. The “Science” of Fair Play: Gender and the Politics of Testing. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.
- Jack Barbalet and Xiaoying Qi. 2013. ‘The Paradox of Power: Conceptions of Power and the Relations of Reason and Emotion in European and Chinese Culture’. Journal of Political Power 6(3): 405-418.
- Martin Forsey & Mitch Low – Beyond the production of tourism imaginaries: Student-travellers in Australia and their reception of media representations of their host nation, in Annals of Tourism Research
- Penelope Pitt: The project cannot be approved in its current form’: feminist visual research meets the human research ethics committee. The Australian Educational Researcher
- Penelope Pitt: Exploring subject positions and multiple temporalities through an Iranian migrant mother’s family photograph albums. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
- Nicholas Hookway & Daphne Habibis (2013) Losing My Religion’: Managing Identity in a Post-Jehovah’s Witness World. Journal of Sociology. Published online before print, February 22, 2013, doi: 10.1177/1440783313476981
- Nicholas Hookway (2013) Emotions, Body and Self: Critiquing Moral Decline Sociology. Sociology
- Emma Kowal, Joanna Radin, Jenny Reardon (2013) Indigenous body parts, mutating temporalities, and the half-lives of postcolonial technoscience. Sage
- Emma Kowal (2013) Orphan DNA: Indigenous samples, ethical biovalue and postcolonial science. Sage
- Connell, Raewyn. 2013. Using southern theory: decolonizing social thought in theory, research and application. Planning Theory, published online 2 September 2013, DOI: 10.1177/1473095213499216.
- Connell, Raewyn. 2013. Equal rights, to a certain extent: memoirs of a researcher into mysteries of gender and education. Pp. 33-42 in M. B. Weaver-Hightower and C. Skelton, ed., Leaders in Gender and Education: Intellectual Self-Portraits. Rotterdam, Sense Publishers. Raewyn Connell
- Connell, Raewyn. 2013. Conclusion: Understanding empire. Pp. 489-497 in George Steinmetz, ed., Sociology & Empire: The Imperial Entanglements of a Discipline. Durham and London, Duke University Press.
- Çonnell, Raewyn. 2013. Between periphery and metropole: towards a polycentric social science. Pp. 237-255 in Rickard Danell, Anna Larsson & Per Wisselgren, ed., Social Science in Context: Historical, Sociological, and Global Persepectives. Lund, Nordic Academic Press
- Xiaoying Qi. 2013. Guanxi, Social Capital Theory and Beyond: Toward a Globalized Social Science. British Journal of Sociology 64(2): 308-324.
- Humphrys E (2013) Global Justice Organising in Australia: Crisis and Realignment after 9/11, in Globalizations, Vol 10, No 3.
- Theresa Sauter (2013) ‘What’s on your mind?’ Writing on Facebook as a tool for self-formation. New Media and Society. Published online before print July 8, 2013, doi: 10.1177/1461444813495160
- Fran Collyer (2013) The production of scholarly knowledge in the global market arena:University ranking systems, prestige and power. Critical Studies in Education