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March wrap-up: articles/papers/reports/reviews by TASA members

Journal – Articles

Tang, Shawna & Quah, Sharon Ee Ling. (2017) Heteronormativity and sexuality politics in Singapore: the female-headed households of divorced and lesbian mothersJournal of Sociology.

Ben Gook (2018). Backdating German neoliberalism: Ordoliberalism, the German model and economic experiments in eastern Germany after 1989. Journal of Sociology. Article first published online: February 19, 2018

Olga Maksimenko (2017). ‘Ukraine’s Euromaidan in Turkish Media’Ukrainian Sociological Review Named After Natalia Panina, 2014–2016, Issue 9, pp.108–124.

Katherine Carroll and Jessica Mesman (2018) “Multiple Researcher Roles in Video-Reflexive Ethnography”Qualitative Health Research

Alphia Possamai Inesedy & Alan Nixon (2017). A place to stand: Digital sociology and the Archimedean effect. Journal of Sociology. Article first published online: December 18, 2017.

Barbara Barbosa Neves , Jaime R. S. Fonseca , Fausto Amaro , Adriano Pasqualotti (2018). Social capital and Internet use in an age-comparative perspective with a focus on later lifePLOS ONE

Duncan Shrewsbury, Lise Mogensen, Wendy Hu (2018). Problematizing medical students with disabilities: A critical policy analysisMedEdPublish

Pruitt Lesley, Berents Helen, & Munro Gayle. 2018. “Gender and Age in the Construction of Male Youth in the European ‘Migration Crisis”. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.  43 (3): 687-709

Robyn Moore (2018) Resolving the Tensions Between White People’s Active Investment in Racial Inequality and White Ignorance: A Response to Marzia MilazzoJournal of Applied Philosophy, doi: 10.1111/japp.12306.

Laing, M. & Maylea, C. (2018). “They burn brightly, but only for a short time”: The role of social workers in companion animal grief and lossAnthrozoös, 31(2), 221-232. DOI: 10.1080/08927936.2018.1434062

Clarke, Andrew. and Cheshire, Lynda., 2018. The post-political state? The role of administrative reform in managing tensions between urban growth and liveability in Brisbane, AustraliaUrban Studies.

Drysdale K, (2018), ‘Intimate Attunements: Everyday affect in Sydney’s drag king scene‘, Sexualities.

Caroline Lenette, Jessica R. Botfield, Katherine Boydell, Bridget Haire, Christy E. Newman & Anthony B. Zwi (2018). Beyond Compliance Checking: A Situated Approach to Visual Research Ethics. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry.

David Neil & Michelle Peterie (2018). Grey networks: The contradictory dimensions of Australia’s immigration detention systemAsia Pacific Viewpoint

Ask, Kristine, and Crystal Abidin. 2018. “My life is a mess: Self-deprecating relatability and collective identities in the memification of student issues.” Information, Communication and Society 21(6): 834-850

Schermuly, A. C. (accepted 9 March 2018) ‘Encounters between the police and the public: Seize the day or practice avoidance?’, Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice (forthcoming).

Charlotte Fabiansson (2018) Belonging and Social Identity Among Young People in Western Sydney, Australia. Int. Migration & Integration https://doi.org/10.1007/s12134-018-0540-x. Published online 14 February 2018.

Susan Banks (2018). The social dynamics of devaluation in an aged care contextJournal of Sociology. Published online March 23, 2018.

Knight F, Kokanović R, Ridge D, Brophy L, Hill N, Johnston-Ataata K & Herrman H (2018) Supported Decision-Making: The Expectations Held by People With Experience of Mental IllnessQualitative Health Research. DOI: 10.1177/1049732318762371

Gavin Smith (2018). Data doxa: The affective consequences of data practicesBig Data & Society. Article first published online: January 17, 2018

Post-Publication Review

Fellow member Lise Mogensen took part in a critical analysis of medical education policies in Australia and the United Kingdom with a social constructionist angle.

This analysis of policies and standards for undergraduate medical education aims to understand how disability in medical students is represented and problematized, and the educational and wider social implications of such representations.

The article is freely available via the link below in a Post-Publication Peer Review journal called MedED Publish and was submitted for the journal’s current themed issue ‘Diversity in Medical Education’. Post-publication peer review is not yet common practice, but is conducted as a constructive discussion, the aim of which is to enhance understanding of the subject and refine future work. https://www.mededpublish.org/manuscripts/1463

Lise welcomes comments and ideas: L.Mogensen@westernsydney.edu.au.

Book Reviews

Peta Cook, ‘Book Review: Kate O’Loughlin, Collette Browning and Hal Kendig (eds), Ageing in Australia: Challenges and Opportunities‘. Journal of Sociology

Book Chapters

Mallman, Mark. 2018. “Disruption in the working-class family: the early origins of social mobility and habitus clivé”. Social Mobility for the 21st Century: Everyone a Winner? Eds. Steph Lawler and Geoff Payne. London: Routledge. 25-36.

L Nicholas (2018) Positive regard for difference without identity in Agius, Chris & Keep, Dean (eds) The Politics of Identity: Place, Space and Discourse, Oxford University Press

Schermuly, A. C. (accepted 20 March 2018) ‘Urbanisation, law and order, and vulnerability’. In H. Forbes-Mewett (Ed.) Vulnerability in a Mobile World. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Ltd.