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July wrap-up: Books / Book Chapters by TASA members

Alan Morris’s Gentrification and Displacement: The Forced Relocation of Public Housing Tenants in Inner-Sydney is now visible on Springer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steven Roberts (2018). Young Working-Class Men in Transition. Routledge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angela Lehmann and Pauline Leonard (Eds.) (2019). Destination China: Immigration to China in the Post-Reform Era. Palgrave.

 

 

 

 

 

Maller, Cecily, Strengers, Yolande (Eds.) Social Practices and Dynamic Non-Humans: Nature, Materials and Technologies. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

 

 

 

 

Deirdre Howard-Wagner, Maria Bargh & Isabel Altamirano-Jiménez (Eds.). (2018). The Neoliberal State, Recognition and Indigenous Rights: New paternalism to new imaginings. Australian National University Press. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Chapters

Teague, S. & Robinson, P. 2018, History of Unreason: The Social Construction of Mental Illness, Chapter 1 in J. Martin, (ed.), Mental Health Policy, Practice, and Service Accessibility in Contemporary Society. New York: IGI Global (in press).

Teague, S. & Robinson, P. 2018, Violence: Mental Health, Family and Media Reporting, Chapter 8 in J. Martin, (ed.), Mental Health Policy, Practice, and Service Accessibility in Contemporary Society. New York: IGI Global (in press).

Garth Stahl, ‘Counternarratives to Neoliberal Aspirations: White Working-Class Boys’ Practices of Value-Constitution’ in Simmons, Robin, Smyth, John (Eds.) (2018). Formal Education in Education and Working-Class Youth: Reshaping the Politics of Inclusion. Springer.

Lucy Nicholas (2019) ‘Gender and Sexuality’. In Levy, Carl, Adams, Matthew (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Anarchism. Palgrave Macmillan.

Deirdre Howard-Wagner: Aboriginal organisations, self-determination and the neoliberal age: A case study of how the ‘game has changed’ for Aboriginal organisations in Newcastle

Alexander Page: Fragile positions in the new paternalism: Indigenous community organisations during the ‘Advancement’ era in Australia

Karen Soldatic: Neoliberalising disability income reform: What does this mean for Indigenous Australians living in regional areas?