Embarrassingly! the note at the top of last week's newsletter about the incorrect Annual General Meeting (AGM) date was, in fact, a repeat of the same incorrect date. The correct date for TASA's 2020 AGM is Thursday November 26th, 2:30pm - 3:30pm AEDT.
We are happy to share that if you missed last week's TASA Thursdays Webinar with Joseph Borlagdan speaking on 'Poverty and homelessness', you can watch the recording via TASA's YouTube channel here.
Our warm congratulations are extended to fellow member Catriona Stevens who has been awarded a Forrest Research Foundation Prospect Fellowship. Catriona will commence her project, titled 'Understanding our Migrant Aged Care Workforce to create healthier, safer futures for older Western Australians' in 2021 based in the UWA Social Care and Ageing Living Lab. This is the first time the Forrest Research Foundation has granted a fellowship to a social scientist.
NextGen MEM ‘Conversations About’ Writing and Publishing for ECR and HDR Researchers
Wednesday, 28 October, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM AEDT.
An event for early career and higher degree researchers working on migration, ethnicity, multiculturalism and refugee related projects.
Speakers: Karen Block, Sal Clark, Farida Fozdar and Vince Marotta
The session will be followed by an optional virtual co-writing session (from 3pm – 5pm).
Living in Crisis
Social Theory Thematic Group & Thesis Eleven
Friday 27th November, 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM AEDT, online
Keynote Speakers: Deborah Lupton (UNSW), Craig Calhoun (Arizona State), Peter Vale (Stellenbosch) and Peter Beilharz (Sichuan, Curtin)
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Webinar hosted by Roger Wilkinson with speaker James Arvanitakis on Living Blue in a Deep Red State: A sociological analysis of the 2020 election after a year spent in Wyoming. November 12, 12:30pm - 1:30pm AEDT, via Zoom. Access details to be confirmed.
Casual Chat with Distinguished Sociologist Sharyn Roach Anleu, November 19, 12:30pm - 1:30pm, AEDT, via Zoom.
Discussion topic and access details to be confirmed.
Due to TASA 2020, there will be no TASA Thursdays event on November 23rd.
Webinar hosted by Roger Wilkinson with Adele Pavlidis, Catherine Palmer & Suzanne Schrijnder each presenting on their area of expertise to the topic, 'Sport, leisure and the newnormal: sociological insights for developing an agenda for change'. December 10, 12:30pm - 1:30pm AEDT, via Zoom. Access details to be confirmed.
| |In case you are not aware, if you would like to list your latest publications in our newsletter please email the details to Sally in TASA Admin.
| |Morris A, Verdasco A. Loneliness and housing tenure: Older private renters and social housing tenants in Australia. Journal of Sociology. October 2020. doi:10.1177/1440783320960527
Adam Possamai, Tony Jinks & Victor Counted (2020) Conventional and unconventional forms of religiosity: identifying predictive factors and wellbeing outcomes, Journal for the Study of Spirituality, 10:2, 155-170, DOI: 10.1080/20440243.2020.1817249
Carter, A., Newman, C., de Visser, R., Yeung, A., Rissel, C., Grulich, A., Haire, B., Bateson, D., Vaughan, C., McGeechan, K., Donovan, B., Richters, J., Guy, R. (2020) Unwanted Sex Due to Intoxication among Australians Aged 16–69 Years. Published online in Journal of Sex Research on 14 October 2020.
Claire Moran & Brady Robards (2020) Researching Connected African Youth in Australia through Social Media Ethnography and Scroll-Back Interviews, African Journalism Studies, DOI:10.1080/23743670.2020.1817765
Radford, D., Hetz, H. (published online 12 Oct 2020) ‘Aussies? Afghans? Hazara Refugees and Migrants Negotiating Multiple Identities and Belonging in Australia’, Social Identities, DOI: 10.1080/13504630.2020.18288
Pavlidis A, Toffoletti K, Sanders K. “Pretty Disgusted Honestly”: Exploring Fans’ Affective Responses on Facebook to the Modified Rules of Australian Football League Women’s. Journal of Sport and Social Issues. October 2020. doi:10.1177/0193723520964969
Elizabeth Bronwen Knight (2020) The homogenisation of prospectuses over the period of massification in the UK, Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, DOI: 10.1080/08841241.2020.1806177. Note, this article grew from Lizzie's PhD research that she presented at a TASA conference a few years ago.
Langford, A., Smith, K. and Lawrence, G. (2020) Financialising Governance? State Actor Engagement with Private Finance for Rural Development in the Northern Territory of Australia, Research in Globalization, available on-line at https://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S2590-051X(20)30015-0
Lawrence, G. (2020) Understanding the ‘Land-grab’ Phenomenon, Agriculture and Food, 14, 1, 19-20, available on-line at https://d0f777f0-44f0-4115-a90d-3efac4187b3c.filesusr.com/ugd/f5f8d5_622001c162a94c5bad58f48107472c6
| |Newman, C., MacGibbon, J., Smith, A. K. J., Broady, T., Lupton, D., Davis, M., Bear, B., Bath, N., Comensoli, D., Cook, T., Duck-Chong, E., Ellard, J., Kim, J., Rule, J., & Holt, M. (2020). Understanding trust in digital health among communities affected by BBVs and STIs in Australia. Sydney: UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health. http://doi.org/10.26190/5f6d72f17d2b5
| |Note: there us currently free full access the recent Journal of Sociology Special Issue on Indigenous Sociology https://buff.ly/3iJMU6M
The Journal of Sociology - Volume: 56, Number: 2 (June 2020) is now available.
The Table of Contents can be viewed here. To access each article, please click here.
Call for papers - 2022 Special Issue
'Indigenous & sociological knowledges: Meeting points for health equity'.
Health Sociology Review seeks articles from Indigenous authors and their colleagues internationally, with the aim of identifying and guiding meeting points between Indigenous knowledges and sociological approaches to understanding health equity.
Seeking articles that consider health equity for Indigenous communities rather than individual health issues. Contributions are welcome on topics including social determinants of health and wellbeing, power and empowerment, racism, diversity across age, ability, gender, sexuality, identity and location, cultural safety, decolonising methodologies, sociologically informed program evaluations and theoretical developments.
Abstract submission deadline: November 13. Read on...
| |The Health Sociology Review (HSR) Special Section – Sociology and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic is now available. You can access all the articles, which are open access through to the end of this year, via the HSR website here.
**TEACHING RESOURCE ALERT**
Sociology and the Covid-19 pandemic. Less than two weeks after COVID-19 had been declared a pandemic, Health Sociology Review guest editor Deborah Lupton disseminated a call for abstracts, with a timeline for submission, peer review and publication designed to publish a COVID-19 special section as quickly as possible. This video is a snapshot of the special section authors' comments depicting sociology's trait in understanding the impacts of the pandemic around the globe.
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New: PhD Scholarship in Social Science - Household and community innovations for low waste cities
Four PhD scholarships available
The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society
(1) Men, sex & sexuality, (2) Investigating sexual identity & gender orientation change efforts in Australia, (3) Infectious disease, gender & stigma & (4) Drugs, sex/gender & human rights
Note: the application deadline is different for each scholarship.
| The Scholarships Board enables you to view available scholarships that our members have posted. Like the Jobs Board, as a member, you can post scholarship opportunities directly from within your membership profile screen.|
|Other Events, News & Opportunities |
New: Sport and Social Sciences ECR Mentoring Session
An online ECR mentoring session with a number of senior academics from the sport and social sciences discipline including fellow members Catherine Palmer and Ramon Spaaij.
Thursday October 29, 1 - 3pm AEDT.
New: Can smart wives end the wife drought?
Online, 4 November 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm, AEDT
In this webinar TASA member Yolande Strengers et al. will expand on their new book ‘The Smart Wife’
The use of youth arts in a post-COVID world
During the month of October, fellow member Anna Hickey-Moody is hosting series of Instagram live discussions with key industry figures as she talks to community leaders, arts practitioners and researchers about the use of youth arts in a post-COVID world.
Upheaval: Affect and Emotion in Times of Crisis
October 30 & November 6, online
The symposium considers the roles of affect and/or emotion in processes of social, cultural or political crisis in the past and present.
Speakers include TASA member Bronwyn Carlson
Young People and the Pandemic
Wednesday, 28 October, 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM AEDT
Speakers include TASA members Joseph Borlagdan, Steve Roberts, Ben Lyall, Brady Robards & Steven Threadgold
2020 Conversations Webinar Series: Critical junctures: Reimagining regulatory governance
In a period of months, political and economic institutions across the world have been thrown into crisis by the spread of Covid-19. Leaders find themselves confronted by a series of critical junctures, moments of decision that will carry wide-ranging and long-lasting consequences for the basic structure of our societies.
- Webinar 4 - Complexity, October 27
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