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May wrap-up: Public output by TASA members

Informed News & Analysis

Peter “PJ” Holtum & Greg Marston (May 24, 2019) Uber drivers’ experience highlights the dead-end job prospects facing more Australian workersThe Conversation. 

Elizabeth Humphrys (May 17, 2019) Hawke’s Complicated Legacy, on An Integral State: https://anintegralstate.net/2019/05/17/hawkes-complicated-legacy/

Elizabeth Humphrys (May 20, 2019) We Live in Anti-political Times, at Overland Journal: https://overland.org.au/2019/05/we-live-in-anti-political-times/

Sarah Wendt, Kate Seymour & Kristin Natalier (May 16, 2019) An innovative way to counter domestic violence: provide housing for abusersThe Conversation. 

Jacqueline Laughland-Booy, Zareh Ghazarian & Zlatko Skrbis (May 16, 2019) Young Australians don’t trust politicians. Here’s one reason whyThe Conversation. 

MATTHEWMAN, S. (2019) ‘Shedding Christchurch’s “Territorial stigma”’, Newsroom, May 16: https://www.newsroom.co.nz/2019/05/16/587055/why-the-crusaders-should-change-their-name

Featured in GORMAN, P. (2019) ‘NZ’s International Reputation will not be Tarnished by Christchurch Tragedy – Expert’, The Christchurch Press, March 22, https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/111476145/nzs-international-reputation-will-not-be-tarnished-by-christchurch-tragedy–expert

MATTHEWMAN, S. (2019) ‘Facebook Ban ‘Won’t Stop White Supremacy’ – Professor’, Te Ao Māori News, Māori Television, March 28, https://www.maoritelevision.com/news/regional/facebook-ban-wont-stop-white-supremacy-professor

Kellie Bousfield & Jacquie Tinkler (May 10, 2019) Teaching is too often seen as a fall-back option, and that’s unlikely to change anytime soonThe Conversation. 

Petra Bueskens  (May 10, 2019) Fertility Strikes: Modern Motherhood And The De-Regulated Patriarchy. New Matilda. 

Andrew Jakubowicz (May 9, 2019) Foreign-born voters and their families helped elect Turnbull in 2016. Can they save ScoMo? The Conversation. 

Kris Natalier and Kay Cook (9, 2019) May Child support: ‘When we interview women, they cry and cry and cry’The Guardian. 

Garth Stahl & Amanda Keddie(April 29, 2019) Power of emotions and gender in education and in the work of educational researchersEduResearch Matters. 

Kristin Natalier & Terese Edwards (April 29, 2019) Child Support and the F WordThe Power to Persuade.

Yvette Maker (April 23, 2019) Living on the disability pension: ‘It’s like the slow dimming of the light’The Guardian. 

Jenna Drenten, Lauren Gurrieri & Meagan Tyler (May 8, 2019) How highly sexualised imagery is shaping ‘influence’ on Instagram – and harassment is rife.The Conversation. 

Paulina Billett, Edgar Burns & Rochelle Fogelgarn (May 6, 2019) Almost every Australian teacher has been bullied by students or their parents, and it’s taking a toll. The Conversation. 

Blogs

Deborah Lupton (May 30, 2019) Interview with me about my new book Data SelvesThis Sociological Life. 

Ann Game (May 30, 2019) Farewells in AnghiariLiving in Relation. 

James Arvanitakis (May 29, 2019) The diversification of university careers

Ann Game (May 26, 2019) Belonging in Anghiari: Merryl DrakardLiving in Relation. 

Ann Game (May 22, 2019) MeetingLiving in Relation. 

Deborah Lupton (May 17, 2019) Working with image cards in social researchThis Sociological Life. 

Ann Game (May 18, 2019) A Day of SunLiving in Relation. 

Christopher Mayes (May 16, 2019) Eating the Fruits of Settler-Colonial Violence. Colloquium

UEKUSA, S., and MATTHEWMAN, S. (2019) ‘Vulnerable or Resilient? Vulnerable and Resilient! A Study of Two Disasters’, IOM: UN Migration: Migrants In Countries In Crisis, Geneva, April 11, https://micicinitiative.iom.int/blog/vulnerable-or-resilient-vulnerable-and-resilient-study-two-disasters

Sarah Oxford (May 2, 2019) An Expert Interview with Megan ChawanskySportsSoc. 

Poynting, S. (2019) ‘‘Julian Assange and State Crime’, International State Crime Initiative Working Paper, 8 May http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/julian-assange-and-state-crime/

Julia Cook and Signe Ravn (May 8, 2019) PhD Presentation Series: Amy Vanderharst. TASA Youth.

Deborah Lupton (May 8, 2019) Schedule for trip to Copenhagen and London, June 2019. This Sociological Life.

Ann Game (May 2, 2019) The artisans’ show and market. Living in Relation. 

Fabian Cannizzo (April 28, 2019) The Consequences of Being a ‘Good’ Early-Career Academic. The Social Thinker. 

Deborah Lupton (April 28, 2019) Vitalities Lab Newsletter Number 2. This Sociological Life

Ann Game (April 26, 2019) Holidays

Abidin, Crystal. 2019. “K-pop social media, (Anti-)fan labour, and Networks of (mis)information.” wishcrys.com, 11 April 2019. https://wishcrys.com/2019/04/11/k-pop-social-media-anti-fan-labour-and-networks-of-misinformation/

Podcasts

Dan Woodman (May 29, 2019) Why Generation X will save the worldABC Radio, with Myf Warhurst.

Nicholas Hookway (May 15, 2019 ) Should screen time be limited for children? ABC Radio, Hobart.

Steve Matthewman: Quoted in TODD, K. (2019) ‘Zero-tolerance of Hatred Doesn’t Work – Life After Hate Group’, Morning Report, Radio New Zealand, 29 April, available: https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/morningreport/audio/2018692705/zero-tolerance-of-hatred-doesn-t-work-life-after-hate-group

Elizabeth Humphrys (May 14, 2019) Anti-politics and how to watch election nightThe Tally Room. 

Na’ama Carlin (May 5, 2019) Is there life after grief? ABC RN, God Forbid.

Videos

TASA members Marina Khan & Yinghua Yu interview fellow TASA member Shanthi Robertson on migration, youth mobilities, and pathways.

Angela Leahy (May 1, 2019) TASA 2018 Precarious Work Scholarship. Nexus.

Nexus

Roger Wilkinson (May 1, 2019) FROM THE NEW EDITOR

Fabian Cannizzo (May 1, 2019) CAREERING AT THE PERIPHERY OF ACADEMIA

Roger Wilkinson (May 1, 2019) DOCTORAL COMPLETIONS

Thematic Group Events 

Erin Carlisle (May 1, 2019) ACTIVIST MOVEMENTS AND SOCIAL THEORY: POWER, RESISTANCE AND PROTEST SINCE 1968

Julia Cook & Signe Ravn (May 1, 2019) TASA YOUTH 2019 SYMPOSIUM: THE ETHICS OF ENGAGEMENT, PARTICIPATION AND REPRESENTATION

Claire Parfitt (May 1, 2019) THE AGE OF PRECARITY WORKSHOP AND A NEW THEMATIC GROUP

TASA 2018 Scholarship Recipients

Angela Leahy (May 1, 2019) ANGELA LEAHY – TASA 2018 PRECARIOUS WORK SCHOLARSHIP

Daile Rung (May 1, 2019) DAILE RUNG, CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY

Claire Parfitt (May 1, 2019) CLAIRE PARFITT, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

Lutfun Nahar Lata (May 1, 2019) LUTFUN NAHAR LATA, UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND

Ashleigh Haw (May 1, 2019) ASHLEIGH HAW, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Lara McKenzie (May 1, 2019) LARA MCKENZIE PRECARIOUS WORK SCHOLARSHIP REPORT