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

Michelle P (2018). Technologies of control: Asylum seeker and volunteer experiences in Australian immigration detention facilitiesJournal of SociologyArticle first published online: September 3, 2018

Lilly Brown (2018). Indigenous young people, disadvantage and the violence of settler colonial education policy and curriculum.  Journal of SociologyArticle first published online: August 27, 2018

Julie MacArthur and Steve Matthewman (2018) ‘Populist Resistance and Alternative Transitions: Indigenous Ownership of Energy Infrastructure in Aotearoa New Zealand’, Energy Research & Social Science, vol. 43, September: 16-24: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1Xf0j7tZ6ZjKTD​. Note, there is free downloads for the next 50 days.

Sawyer, Anne-Maree and James, Sara (2018) Are baby boomer women redefining retirement?Sociology Compass, online first.

Cassie Curryer, Mel Gray & Julie E. Byles (2018) Older Women’s Expectations of Care, Reciprocity, and Government Support in Australia. ‘Am I Not Worthy?’, Ethics and Social Welfare, DOI: 10.1080/17496535.2018.1505928

Michelle Peterie (2018). Technologies of control: Asylum seeker and volunteer experiences in Australian immigration detention facilitiesThe Journal of Sociology. Article first published online: September 3, 2018

Shanthi Robertson (2018). Migrant, interrupted: The temporalities of ‘staggered’ migration from Asia to Australia. Current Sociology. Article first published online: September 13, 2018.

Jenny Chesters, Jonathan Smith, Hernan Cuervo, Jacqueline Laughland-Booÿ, Johanna Wyn, Zlatko Skrbiš, & Dan Woodman (2018). Young adulthood in uncertain times: The association between sense of personal control and employment, education, personal relationships and healthJournal of SociologyArticle first published online: September 25, 2018

David Farrugia (2108). The formation of young workers: The cultivation of the self as a subject of value to the contemporary labour forceCurrent SociologyArticle first published online: September 25, 2018

Mary Holmes & Jordan McKenzie (2018). Relational happiness through recognition and redistribution: Emotion and inequalityEuropean Journal of Social Theory. Article first published online: September 25, 2018

Judy Rose & Belinda Hewitt (2018). Does part-time employment status really reduce time pressure? Journal of SociologyArticle first published online: September 20, 2018

Catherine Gomes (2018). Identity as a strategy for negotiating everyday life in transience: A case study of Asian foreign talent in SingaporeCurrent SociologyArticle first published online: September 13, 2018.

Adele Pavlidis (2018). Making “space” for women and girls in sport: an agenda for Australian geographyGeographical Research. 

Archana P. Voola  et al. (2018. Families and food: exploring food well-being in povertyEuropean Journal of Marketing. 

Journal Special Issues

Crystal  Abidin (2018). “Histories and Cultures of Emoji Vernacular“. First Monday. Volume 23, Issue 9. The special issues contains eight papers discussing various aspects of Emoji Epistemology, and contributions were authored by (mostly) recently graduated or soon-to-be graduated PhD Candidates.