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March wrap up: Journal articles by TASA members

Malatzky, C. (2017). Australian women’s complex engagement with the yummy mummy discourse and the bodily ideals of good motherhood. Women’s Studies International Forum, 62, 25-33. doi:

Meredith Nash, ‘It’s just good to get a bit of man-talk out in the open’: Men’s experiences of father-only antenatal preparation classes in Tasmania, Australia’, Psychology of Men & Masculinity

March edition (Volume 53, Issue 1) of the Journal of Sociology is now available. Articles by TASA members include:  

Matthew Bunn: A disposition of risk: Climbing practice, reflexive modernity and the habitus

Mark Mallman: Not entirely at home: Upward social mobility and early family life

Rose Butler: Children making sense of economic insecurity: Facework, fairness and belonging

Taghreed Jamal Al-deen, Joel Windle: ‘I feel sometimes I am a bad mother’: The affective dimension of immigrant mothers’ involvement in their children’s schooling

Val Colic-Peisker: Ideology and utopia: Historic crisis of economic rationality and the role of public sociology

Alex Broom, Jennifer Broom​: Fear, duty and the moralities of care: The Ebola 2014 threat

Danielle Nockolds: Working sole parents and feminist perspectives on the intersection of gender and time

Duncan Law, Nicole Pepperell: Sociology and the mirror of nature: Robert Brandom and the strong programme

Clancey, Garner, Kent, Jennifer, Lyons, Adam and Westcott, Harriet (2017) Crime and crime prevention in an Australian growth centreCrime Prevention and Community Safety, 19(1): 17-30.

Kelly, F. and Dempsey, D. (2016b) ‘Experiences and motives of Australian Single Mothers by choice who make early contact with their child’s donor relatives’, Medical Law Review 

Kelly, F. and Dempsey, D. (2016a) ‘The family law implications of early contact between sperm donors and their donor offspring’, Family Matters, No. 98, pp. 54-63.

Mara A. Yerkes, Bill Martin, Janeen Baxter, Judy Rose (2017) An unsettled bargain? Mothers’ perceptions of justice and fairness in paid work, Journal of Sociology

Shinya Uekusa and Steve Matthewman (2017) ‘Vulnerable and resilient? Immigrants and refugees in the 2010–2011 Canterbury and Tohoku disasters’, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction,

Noh, J-E. (2017). NGOs’ roles in building CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) discourse around human rights in developing countriesCosmopolitan Civil Societies, 9(1): 1-19.

Lynne Staff and Meredith NashBrain death during pregnancy and prolonged corporeal support of the body: A critical discussionWomen and Birth

Stahl, G. (2017) ‘Narratives in Reconstituting, Reaffirming and (Re)traditionalizing Identities: Othering the Non-Normative’ Men and Masculinities. Vol 20, Issue 3 283-300.

Scott Fitzpatrick, David Perkins, Teresa Luland, Dale Brown & Eamonn Corvan (2017). The effect of context in rural mental health care: Understanding integrated services in a small townHealth & Place, 45, 70-76.

Mallman, Mark & Helen Lee (2017) ‘Isolated learners: young mature-age students, university culture, and desire for academic sociality’,International Journal of Lifelong Education. Published online first 13 March 2017, pp. 1-14.

Haarsager, Jennie, Rathika Krishnasamy, and Nicholas A. Gray. “Impact of pay‐for‐performance on access at first dialysis in Queensland.” Nephrology (2017).

Jack Barbalet. 2017. ‘Guanxi as Social Exchange: Emotions, Power and Corruption’. Sociology.

Jack Barbalet. 2017. ‘Dyadic Characteristics of Guanxi and their Consequences’. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour.

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:

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 BangladeshJournal of International Development. (DOI: 10.1002/jid.3274)

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.12164

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 ​