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April wrap-up: Public output by TASA members

Informed News & Analysis

Majdi Faleh, Andrea Cook, Ashleigh Haw & Sandra Carrasco (April 18, 2019) Paris? Melbourne? Public housing doesn’t just look the same, it’s part of the challenges refugees faceThe Conversation. 

Zoei Sutton,  ‘Change One Thing’ to support casual staffNTEU ADVOCATE. vol. 26 no. 1, April 2019, p.13.

Zareh Ghazarian, Jacqueline Laughland-Booy & Zlatko Skrbis (April 18, 2019) New research reveals how young Australians will decide who gets their vote. The Conversation. 

Naomi Smith (6 April, 2019) ‘Sentencing their dog to death’: how the anti-vax movement spread to pets. The Guardian.

Raewyn Connell (27 February, 2019) The Problem With a Fight Against Toxic MasculinityThe Atlantic.

Dan Woodman et al. (April 3, 2019) 2019 BUDGET: THE VERDICT PART 3. Pursuit. 

Holly Thorpe & Nida Ahmad (April 2, 2019) The importance of sports in recovery from trauma: lessons from and for Christchurch. The Conversation. 

John van Kooy & Rebecca Wickes (April 1, 2019) Settling migrants in regional areas will need more than a visa to succeed. The Conversation. 

Anna Halafoff, Andrew Singleton, Gary D Bouma & Mary Lou Rasmussen (March 21, 2019) Want a safer world for your children? Teach them about diverse religions and worldviews. The Conversation. 

Conference Presentations

Nick Pendergrast, ‘Revolution and Reform in Social Movements’, Paper presented at the Social Education Victoria (SEV) conference: audioPowerPoint.

Blogs

Ann Game (April 24, 2019) La creanza/manners

Hannah McCann (April 21, 2019) Bisexuality in the Present Tense

Kirsten Harley (April 18, 2019) A 50th birthday invitation

Ann Game (April 17, 2019) Welcome back to Anghiari

Raewyn Connell INTELLECTUALS & WORLD SOCIETY; AND GENDER IN WORLD PERSPECTIVE http://www.raewynconnell.net/2019/04/intellectuals-world-society-and-gender.html

Janine Pickering (April 16, 2019) The gendered impacts of funding Australia’s researchThe Research Whisper. 

Jorge Knijnik, Ramon Spaaij and Ruth Jeanes (April 12, 2019) Reading and writing the game: Creative and dialogic pedagogies in sports educationSportsocs.

Fabian Cannizzo (December 3, 2018) The shifting rhythms of academic work

Signe Ravn and Julia Cook (April 4, 2019) TASA Youth 2019 symposium: The Ethics of Engagement, Participation and RepresentationTASA Youth.

Alan Scott (April 1, 2019) Sociology’s Edge – unbound by borders

Newsletters

Zoei Sutton and Nick Pendergrast (February, 2019) Conference Report – TASA 2018 – Sociology & Animals Stream RecapAnimail: February 2019, p. 8.

Podcasts