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June wrap up: Journal Articles by TASA members

Stevens, C. (2017) ‘Now I can never go back’: The thwarted returns of temporary labour migrants from China in Perth, Western AustraliaTransitions: Journal of Temporary Migration 1(1): 65-83

Clancey Garner, Westcott Harriet“This rabid fight for survival”: Small NGO manager’s experiences of funding reform. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 2017;00:1–17, doi: 10.1002/ajs4.9.

Bourgault du Coudray, C, & Elliott, K (eds) (2017), ‘De-story the joint’, Outskirts: Feminisms Along the Edge, vol. 36.

Elliott, K, & Bourgault du Coudray, C (2017), ‘Introduction: “de-storying the joint”’, Outskirts: Feminisms Along the Edge, vol. 36, pp. 1-4.

Dobson, A.S. Sexting in context: understanding gendered sexual media practices beyond inherent ‘risk’ and ‘harm’. In Cybercrime and its Victims. Edited by E. Martellozzo and E. Jane. Routledge

Stefanie Plage, Indigo Willing, Zlatko Skrbiš, Ian Woodward (2017) Australianness as fairness: implications for cosmopolitan encountersJournal of Sociology

Michelle Peterie (2017) Docility and desert: Government discourses of compassion in Australia’s asylum seeker debateJournal of Sociology

Jacqueline Laughland-Booÿ, Zlatko Skrbiš, Bruce Tranter (2017) Narratives of nationhood: Young Australians’ concepts of nation and their attitudes towards ‘boat people’Journal of Sociology

John G Scott, Jodie Grigg, Monica Barratt, Simon Lenton (2017) Social capital and cannabis supplyJournal of Sociology

Vivienne Waller (2017) Engaging students and their publics through making sociological filmsJournal of Sociology

Juliet Watson, Hernán Cuervo (2017) Youth homelessness: A social justice approach,Journal of Sociology

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

Johanna Wyn, Hernán Cuervo, Jessica Crofts, Dan Woodman (2017) Gendered transitions from education to work: The mysterious relationship between the fields of education and workJournal of Sociology

Lesley Pruitt (2017) Youth, politics, and participation in a changing worldJournal of Sociology

Alan Morris (2017) “It was like leaving your family”: Gentrification and the impacts of displacement on public housing tenants in inner-SydneyAustralian Journal of Social Issues

Alan Morris (2017) The removal of Millers Point public housing tenants in inner-Sydney by the New South Wales government: Narratives of government and tenantsUrban Policy and Research 

Abidin, Crystal. 2017. “#familygoals: Family Influencers, Calibrated Amateurism, and Justifying Young Digital Labour.” Social Media + Society 3(2): 1-15. DOI: 10.1177/2056305117707191

Garth Stahl (2017). Constituting neoliberal subjects? ‘Aspiration’ as technology of government in UK policy discourseJournal of Education Policy

McKenzie, Lara & Dales, Laura 2017, ‘Choosing love? Tensions and transformations of modern marriage in Married at First Sight’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.

Pruitt, Lesley J. 2017. “Youth, Politics and Participation in a Changing World.” Journal of Sociology.

Pruitt, Lesley J., Gemma Hamilton, Georgina Heydon, and Ceridwen Spark. “Abbott’s ‘Budget Crisis,’ CALD Women’s Loss? Service Providers Explore the Impact of Funding Cuts.”  Australian Journal of Political Science.

Giordan, G. and A. Possamai (2017) Mastering the devil: A sociological analysis of the practice of a Catholic exorcist, Current Sociology 63 (4): 444-460.

Hook, G. (2017) Contesting family-based violence: sole parenting possibilities and alternativesJournal of Family Studies

Teresa Swist & Philippa Collin (2017) Platforms, data and children’s rights: Introducing a ‘networked capability approach’New Media and Society

Meryl Alper, Gerard Goggin (2017) Digital technology and rights in the lives of children with disabilitiesNew Media and Society

Deborah Lupton & Ben Williamson (2017) The datafied child: The dataveillance of children and implications for their rightsNew Media and Society

Pienaar, K & Dilkes-Frayne, E. 2017. Telling different stories, making new realities: The ontological politics of ‘addiction’ biographiesInternational Journal of Drug Policy, early online.

Fraser, S,, Pienaar, K., Dilkes-Frayne, E., Moore, D., Kokanovic, R., Treloar, C & Dunlop, A. 2017, Addiction stigma and the biopolitics of liberal modernity: A qualitative analysisInternational Journal of Drug Policy, early online.

Moore, D., Pienaar, K., Dilkes-Frayne, E & Fraser, S. 2017, ‘http://www.ijdp.org/article/S0955-3959(17)30015-4/fulltextChallenging the addiction/health binary with assemblage thinking: An analysis of consumer accounts‘ International Journal of Drug Policy, early online.

Dilkes-Frayne, E., Fraser, S., Pienaar, K. & Kokanovic, R. (2017). Iterating ‘addiction’: Residential relocation and the spatio-temporal production of alcohol and other drug consumption patternsInternational Journal of Drug Policy, early online.

Kristin Natalier (2017) Micro-aggressions, single mothers and interactions with government workers: The case of Australia’s child support bureaucracyJournal of Sociology

Harris, Anita & Melinda Herron (2017) Young People and Intercultural Sociality after CronullaJournal of Intercultural Studies.

Amanda Wise (2017) The Long Reach of the Riots: Denying Racism, Forgetting CronullaJournal of Intercultural Studies.

Shakira Hussein & Scott Poynting (2017) ‘We’re Not Multicultural, but … ’ Journal of Intercultural Studies.

Amelia Johns (2017) Flagging White Nationalism ‘After Cronulla’: From the Beach to the NetJournal of Intercultural Studies.

Wickham, G., B. Evers, and J. Goodie (2017)  ‘The State and Civility: A Crucial Nexus’European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology 4:2, pp.135-155.

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