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June wrap-up: Public output by TASA members

Informed News & Analysis

Kristin Natalier. (June 5, 2018). What does ‘home’ mean for children whose parents have separated? Centre for Research on Families and Relationships

Michael Walsh. (May 28, 2018). ‘The Interaction Order and Musical Sound: Shopping with Erving GoffmanThe Sociological Inquiry

Bridges, Donna, Krivokapic-Skoko, Branka., Wulff, Elizabeth., Bamberry, Larissa. & Jenkins, Stacey. (June 1, 2018). The female tradie shortage: why real change requires a major cultural shiftThe Conversation

Helen Forbes-Mewitt.  (June 2, 2018). ”It’s stressful being an other’: The mental health woes of international students’The Canberra Times

David Rowe (June 12, 2018). ‘Is Russia worthy of hosting the World Cup?‘ The Conversation

Christopher Mayes (THE POLITICS OF (NOT) LISTENING) & colleagues, ‘The Uluru Statement from Heart, One Year On: Can a First Nations Voice Yet be Heard?‘ABC Religion & Ethics

Shirley Jackson (June 21, 2018). Why we don’t need to prepare young people for the ‘future of work’.The Conversation. 

Michael Walsh  (June 20, 2018). ‘How men are embracing ‘clean eating’ posts on Instagram‘. The Conversation. 

Kim Toffoletti (June 18, 2018). Why stereotypes of sexy women fans persist at the World CupThe Conversation. 

Christopher Pollard. ‘A Broader Politics: The ethical and political contribution of Jim Cairns’. Arena Magazine 153, April-May 2018.

James Arvanitakis, Andrew Francis & Oliver Obst (June 22, 2018).  ‘Data ethics is more than just what we do with data, it’s also about who’s doing it’The Conversation.

Brendan Churchill & Lyn Craig (June 27, 2018) When it comes to childcare, grandparents are the least stressful option for mum and dad.  The Conversation.

Mandy Hughes (June 27, 2018). How gardening can improve the mental health of refugeesThe Conversation.

Blogs

Deborah Lupton (June 2, 2018). ‘Using a feminist materialism approach in empirical analysis‘. This Sociological Life.

Alan Scott, ‘The changing meaning of retirement‘.

Michelle Brady (May 16, 2018). Changes to employment network providers’ contracts significantly changes how these services engage with single mothers subject to welfare to work policiesCambridge Core.

Crystal Abidin (May 21, 2018). What Student Problem Memes Tell Us About Student Life Today. Cyborgology.

Gavin Smith, ‘A day in the life: Gavin Smith‘. ANU Reporter, Vol. 49, No. 2

Janeen Baxter (March 26, 2018). UQ researchers to help break the cycle of welfare relianceUQ News

Deborah Lupton (June 19, 2018). What do Australian women think of My Health Record?This Sociological Life. 

Raewyn Connell, ‘Survive and thrive at an academic conference: a guide for beginners, in five outbursts and a cough

David Farrugia (June 21, 2018). ‘Youthfulness and Value in the New Economy.’ TASA Youth.

Ann Game (June 26, 2018). ‘Belonging in Anghiari: Mark Curfoot-Mollington.’ Living in Relation

Podcasts

Lesley Pruitt & Helen Berents. (May 25, 2018). Peace and gender: Behind the refugee stereotypes. MOJO NEWS.

Videos

Amanda Wise, Kristine Aquino & colleagues,’Foul Play: Are clubs killing community sport?‘ SBS, The Feed.