Top Menu

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

Journal Articles

Connell, Raewyn. 2018. Decolonizing sociologyContemporary Sociology, vol. 47 no. 4, 399-407

Chesters, J. 2018 Alleviating or exacerbating disadvantage: Does school attended mediate the association between family background and educational attainment? Journal of Education Policy.

Forsdike, K., Tarzia, L., Flood, M., Vlais, R., and Hegarty, K. ‘A lightbulb moment’: Using the theory of planned behaviour to explore the challenges and opportunities for early engagement of Australian men who use violence in their relationships. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2018. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260518780778

MacDonald, F., Bottrell, D. & Johnson, B. (2018). Socially transformative wellbeing practices in flexible learning environments: Invoking an education of hope, Health EducationArticle first published online: May 31, 2018

 

Jae-Eun Noh (2018). Human rights-guided child sponsorship: A case study of ActionAiVOULTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 

Garth Stahl (2018). “My choice was not to become a tradesman, my choice was to go to uni”: Australian working-class masculinities, widening participation and lifelong learningEducation + Training

Alan France, Steve Roberts & Bronwyn Wood (2018). Youth, social class and privilege in the antipodes: Towards a new research agenda for youth sociology. Journal of Sociology.

Valerii Pylypenko, Gul’barshyn Chepurko (2018). ‘Modernisation Processes as Seen in Light of the Theory and Methodology‘, Sociology: Theory, Methods, Marketing, 2, pp. 212–232. Translated by TASA member Olga Maksimenko. 

Jenny Chesters (2018). Egalitarian Australia? Associations between family wealth and outcomes in young adulthood. Journal of Sociology. 

Scott Fitzpatrick (2018). Reshaping the Ethics of Suicide Prevention: Responsibility, Inequality and Action on the Social Determinants of SuicidePublic Health Ethics.

Sophie Lewis, Karen Willis & Fran Collyer (2018). Navigating and making choices about healthcare: The role of place.  Health & Place. 

Janne Malfroy & Karen Willis (2018). The role of institutional learning and teaching grants in developing academic capacity to engage successfully in the scholarship of teaching and learning. International Journal for Academic Development 

Rikke Guldager,  Karen Willis, Kristian Larsen & Ingrid Poulsen (2018). Relatives′ strategies in sub‐acute brain injury rehabilitation: the warrior, the observer and the hesitant. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 

Kokanović, R., Brophy, L., McSherry, B., Flore, J., Moeller-Saxone, K., & Herrman, H. (2018) Supported decision-making from the perspectives of mental health service users, family members supporting them and mental health practitioners. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry (ANZJP). DOI: 10.1177/0004867418784177

Newman, C.E., Persson, A, Ellard, J. (2018) When HIV figures in family life: exploring the relational reach of serodiscordance. Published online in Sexuality and Culture on 5 July 2018. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12119-018-9542-2

Cui, J, Mao, L, Rose, G., Newman, C.E. (2018) Understanding Client Empowerment: An Online Survey of Social Workers Serving People with Mental Health Issues. Published online in The British Journal of Social Work on 2 July 2018.  https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcy057

Newman, C. (2018) Queer families: valuing stories of adversity, diversity and belonging. Published online in Culture, Health and Sexuality on 31 May 2018. [invited] https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2018.1468032

Peta S Cook,  Anthea Vreugdenhil & Brienna Macnish (2018). Confronting ageism: The potential of intergenerational contemporary art events to increase understandings of older adults and ageing. Australasian Journal on Ageing.

Raewyn Connell (2018). Decolonizing SociologyContemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews.

McDonald, Brent., Rodriguez, Lena & George, James Rimumutu (2018) ‘If it weren’t for rugby I’d be in prison now’: Pacific Islanders, rugby and the production of natural spaces. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Book Reviews

Peter Alsen (2018). Book Review: David McCallum, Criminalizing Children: Welfare and the State in Australia. Journal of Sociology. 

Mallman, Mark 2018. Book review: Gender Capital at Work: Intersections of Femininity, Masculinity, Class and OccupationThesis Eleven vol. 146(1), pp. 148-150. The book author is fellow member, & one of the current JoS EiCs,  Kate Huppatz.

Nafiseh Ghafournia (2018). Islam and Social Work: Culturally Sensitive Practice in a Diverse World. Australian Social Work. 

Parsons, Julie M. Book Review: Kim McLeodWellbeing Machine: How Health Emerges from the Assemblages of Everyday Life. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. 2017. 234 pp $39 (pbk) ISBN 978-1-61163-705-2. Sociology of Health and Illness (pages 1108–1109).