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

Journal Articles Amy Claire Thomas, (2019) “History of Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory: People, Programs, Policies”, History of Education Review, Vol. 48 Issue: 1, pp.124-125, https:// doi.org/10.1108/HER-06-2019-068 Amy Claire Thomas, (2019), ‘Federal election 2019: What the hell just happened? Five arguments’, Overland, online, https://overland.org.au/2019/05/federal-election-2019-what-the-hell-just-happened-five-arguments/ Mackey-Smith, Kerrie. “Teaching for Reconciliation in a Multiracial Classroom.” Australian Journal of Language […]

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

Journal Articles Ramón Spaaij, Dean Lusher, Ruth Jeanes, Karen Farquharson, Sean Gorman & Jonathan Magee (April 17, 2019) Participation-performance tension and gender affect recreational sports clubs’ engagement with children and young people with diverse backgrounds and abilities. PLOS ONE. Riaz Hassan, “Why size matters: Majority/minority status and Muslim piety in South and Southeast Asia” International Sociology, March 29,  2019 Riaz Hassan, ‘Ethnic and Religious […]

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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 face. The Conversation.  Zoei Sutton,  ‘Change One Thing’ to support casual staff. NTEU ADVOCATE. vol. 26 no. 1, April 2019, p.13. Zareh Ghazarian, Jacqueline Laughland-Booy & Zlatko Skrbis (April 18, 2019) New research […]

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

Journal Articles Robert van Krieken (2019) Georg Franck’s ‘The Economy of Attention’: Mental capitalism and the struggle for attention. Journal of Sociology.  Lilly Brown (2019)Indigenous young people, disadvantage and the violence of settler colonial education policy and curriculum. Journal of Sociology.  Jenny Chesters (2019) Egalitarian Australia? Associations between family wealth and outcomes in young adulthood. Journal of […]

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

Journal Articles Harvey, Andrew, & Mallman, Mark (2019). Beyond cultural capital: Understanding the strengths of new migrants within higher education. Policy Futures in Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/1478210318822180 Joel Windle (2019) Neoliberalism, imperialism and conservatism: tangled logics of educational inequality in the global South, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2019.1569878 Joel Windle & Quentin Maire (2019) Beyond the global city: a comparative analysis of cosmopolitanism […]

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

Journal articles Hamilton, M., Botfield, J., Newman, C.E., Persson, A., valentine, k., Bryant, J., Wallace, J. (2018) Hidden carers for an increasingly hidden illness? A scoping review of the needs of informal carers of people with HIV in the contemporary treatment era. International Journal of Carers and Caring, 2(4): 529-549. https://doi.org/10.1332/239788218X15411705099442 Grant, Ruby, Kim Beasy, Sherridan Emery and Bianca […]

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

Journal Articles Jennifer Laurence, David McCallum, ‘On Innocence Lost: How Children Are Made Dangerous‘, International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, vol 7, no. 4 (2018) pp. 148-164 Boese, M., Moran, A. and Mallman, M., 2018. Multi-local settlement mobilities. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, pp.1-19. Published online first https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2018.1549981 Taylor, N., & Sutton, Z. (2018). For an Emancipatory Animal […]

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

Journal Articles Scott, Alan (2018) ‘(Plebiscitary) leader democracy: The return of an illusion?’ Thesis Eleven, 148(1): 3-20. doi.org/10.1177/0725513618800120. Baker, C. The nation-building state retreats: An Australian case study in the changing role of the state. Journal of Rural Studies, Volume 62, Issue undefined, August 2018 Ruth Jeanes, Ramón Spaaij, Jonathan Magee, Karen Farquharson, Sean Gorman & Dean Lusher (2018) Developing participation opportunities […]

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

Journal Articles Haarsager, J., 2018. The Role of Schools of Nursing in Continuing Professional Education Provision. Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal 26, 24–25. Emma Cooke,  Michelle Brady,  Cheryll Alipio &  Kay Cook (2018) Autonomy, Fairness and Active Relationships: Children’s Experiences of Well‐being in Childcare. Children & Society. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/chso.12294 (more…)

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

Journal Articles Rikke Guldager, Karen Willis, Kristian Larsen & Ingrid Poulsen (2018). Relatives’ strategies in subacute brain injury rehabilitation: The warrior, the observer and the hesitant. Journal of Clinical Nursing. Meredith Nash & Robyn Moore (2018), ‘I was completely oblivious to gender’: an exploration of how women in STEMM navigate leadership in a neoliberal, post-feminist context’, Journal of Gender Studies Deborah Lupton & Sarah Maslen […]

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

Journal Articles Han, G-S., Forbes-Mewett, H. and Wang, W. (accepted 25 April 2018) My own business, not my children’s: Negotiating funeral rites and the mobility and communication juncture among Chinese migrants in Melbourne. Mobilities. Davis, J. P., & Bellocchi, A. (2018). Objectivity, subjectivity, and emotion in school science inquiry. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. Chesters, J. (2018) The marketisation of education […]

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

Journal Articles Paternoster, Henry John., Deborah Warr and Keith Jacobs (2018) ‘ The enigma of the bogan and its significance to class in Australia: a socio-historical analysis‘ Journal of Sociology. Article first published online: April 20, 2018 Stephens, Anne, and Monro, Davena (2018) Training for Life and Healing: The Systemic Empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Men and Women Through Vocational Education and […]

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April wrap-up: Public output by TASA members

Informed News & Analysis Scott Doidge, ‘Friday essay: the politics of the US family sitcom, and why Roseanne rocks.’ The Conversation Lisa Denny, ‘Migration is slowing Australia’s rate of ageing, but not necessarily in the regions.’ The Conversation Riaz Hassan,  ‘The UAE’s Unsustainable Nation Building​’, YaleGlobal, April 24, 2018 Jack Hynes & Ramon Spaaij, ‘Commonwealth Games injuries highlight a problematic culture […]

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

Journal Articles Lucy Nicholas (2017). Beyond quiet tolerance to diversity perspectives: When you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression, Ethos – page 9, Journal of Social Education Victoria Inc, Vol 25 No 4 Term 4 2017 Glover, Andrew, Yolande Strengers, and Tania Lewis. 2017. “The Unsustainability of Academic Aeromobility in Australian Universities.” Sustainability: Science, Practice and […]

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December wrap-up: Public output by TASA members

Informed News & Analysis Shane Duggan: So you’ve got your ATAR, now what? Here are some options, The Conversation Rebecca Pearse: The federal Climate Policy Review: a recipe for business as usual, The Conversation Deborah Lupton: The social factors that influence whether you’ll use your wearable device, The Conversation Dina Bowman & Marcus Banks: People on low incomes are sacrificing basic goods to take out insurance, The […]

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November wrap-up: Public output by TASA members

Informed News & Analysis Alan Morris: Last of the Millers Point and Sirius tenants hang on as the money now pours in, The Conversation James Arvanitakis: Same Sex Marriage Postal Survey, ABC News Breakfast Rob White: Criminality and Climate Change, University of Tasmania Peter Robinson: Gay rebels: why some older homosexual men don’t support same-sex marriage, The Conversation Michael Flood: Do parents of boys view […]

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

Journal Articles Ben Gook, “Nancy Fraser’s Zeitdiagnose: Capitalism after the Financial Crisis,” Zeitschrift für Politische Theorie (Journal of Political Theory) 7.2, 2017. Free download. Lea, E and Marlow, A and Altmann, E and Courtney-Pratt, H, “Nursing students’ preferences for clinical placements in the residential aged care setting”, Journal of Clinical Nursing pp. 1-10. doi:10.1111/jocn.13859 ISSN 0962-1067 (2017) [Refereed Article] Cary Bennett (2017) Drugs, moral panics and […]

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

Collyer, F.M.; Willis, K. and Lewis, S. (2017) ‘Gatekeepers in the Healthcare Sector: Knowledge and Bourdieu’s Concept of Field’ Social Science and Medicine 186: 96-103. Connell, R.; Pearse, R.; Collyer, F.M.; Maia, J. and Morrell, R. (2017) ‘Negotiating with the North: How Southern-tier Intellectual Workers Deal With the Global Economy of Knowledge’ The Sociological Review. DOI: 10.1177/0038026117705038  p. 1–17. Hughes, K.  (2017). Transition pedagogies and the neoliberal […]

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June wrap up: Reports by TASA members

Petra Bueskens, ‘Poverty-traps and pay-gaps: why (single) mothers need basic income’ in Views of a Universal Basic Income: Perspectives from across Australia, The Greens Institute, pp. 42-51. Pienaar, K., Dilkes-Frayne, E., Fraser, S., Kokanovic, R., Moore, D., Treloar, C. and Dunlop, A. (2017). Experiences of alcohol and other drug addiction, dependence or habit in Australia: Findings and recommendations from […]

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May wrap up: Reports by TASA members

Roslyn Russell, Dina Bowman, Marcus Banks and Ashton de Silva: All being well? Understanding Financial wellbeing, inclusion and risk. A summary of the presentations to the joint Brotherhood of St Laurence and RMIT University seminar Penny Jane Burke, Anna Bennett, Matthew Bunn, Jacqueline Stevenson and Sue Clegg. (2017) ‘It’s about time: Working towards more equitable understandings of the […]

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