Thank you for your support of sociology and TASA during what has been an incredibly challenging year. We wish you all the best for the final day of 2020 and very much look forward (hope!) to being able to gather together in Canberra for TASA 2021. In the meantime, if you have missed any newsletters this year, you can access back issues here.
|Thank you and farewell to the 2017-2020 JoS Editorial Team |
We'd like to finish up the year by extending a heart felt thank you to the outgoing Journal of Sociology editorial team. Together they managed our journal over four years with unfailing commitment and care. Thank you:
Editors in Chief
Kate Huppatz, Western Sydney University
Steve Matthewman, University of Auckland
Sky Hugman, Western Sydney University
Sara Amin, University of the South Pacific, Fiji
Marcelle Dawson, University of Otago, New Zealand
Catriona Elder, University of Sydney
Shawna Tang, University of Sydney
Robert van Krieken, Sydney University
Steven Ratuva, University of Canterbury.
Joshua Roose, Australian Catholic University
Maggie Walter, University of Tasmania.
Robert Webb, University of Auckland.
Holly Thorpe, University of Waikato
Book Review Editor:
Clare Southerton, Western Sydney University
Journal of Sociology- Volume: 56, Number: 4
The Table of Contents is available here.
Dempsey D, Parkinson S, Andrews C, McNair R. Family relationships and LGB first homelessness in Australia: What do we know and where should we go? Journal of Sociology. 2020;56(4):516-534. doi:10.1177/1440783320927087
Flaherty I, Wilkinson J. Marriage equality in Australia: The ‘no’ vote and symbolic violence. Journal of Sociology. 2020;56(4):664-674. doi:10.1177/1440783320969882
Yu Y. Book Review: Yuk Wah Chan and Sin Yee Koh (Eds.), New Chinese Migrations: Mobility, Home, and Inspirations. Journal of Sociology. 2020;56(4):752-754. doi:10.1177/1440783319896659
Cannizzo F. Book Review: George Morgan and Pariece Nelligan, The Creativity Hoax: Precarious Work and the Gig Economy. Journal of Sociology. 2020;56(4):756-758. doi:10.1177/1440783319892376
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|Hoffmann H, Olson RE, Perales F, Baxter J. New mothers and social support: A mixed-method study of young mothers in Australia. Journal of Sociology. December 2020. doi:10.1177/1440783320978706
Fozdar F. Re-imagining the world: Australians’ engagement with postnationalism, or Why the nation is the problem. Journal of Sociology. December 2020. doi:10.1177/1440783320978705
Mai Thi Quynh Lan (2020) 'Stakeholder perspectives on general competences: The case of graduates of Vietnam National University, Hanoi', Tuning Journal for Higher Education, 7, 2, 91-139, DOI: 10.18543/tjhe-7(2)-2020pp91-139. [open access]
Mai Thi Quynh Lan (2020) 'Graduate generic competences from the perspective of VNU employers', Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, 11, 1, 131-145. DOI: 10.21153/jtlge2020vol11no1art923. [open access]
Drysdale, K., Cama, E., Botfield, J., Bear, B., Cerio, R., and Newman, C.E. (2020). “Targeting cancer prevention and screening interventions to LGBTQ communities: a scoping review”, Health and Social Care in the Community. Online, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.13257 [open access]
Newman, C. E., Persson, A., valentine, k., Hamilton, M., Bryant, J., Wallace, J., Drysdale, K., Smith, A. K. J., Gray, R., Lafferty, L., Botfield, J., Rance, J., & Cui, J. (2020). my health, our family: documenting stories of family life in the context of HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C (summary report). Sydney: UNSW Centre for Social Research in Health. http://doi.org/10.26190/5facbe6ba9ac8
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Volume 29, 2020 - Issue 3: Tech, Sex and Health: The Place of New Technologies in Sex, Sexual Health, and Human Intimacy
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|Other Events, News & Opportunities |
Call for Chapter Proposal: Sexual Misconduct in everyday academic spaces: Experience and ethical dilemmas
Sexual Misconduct in everyday academic spaces: Experience and ethical dilemmas
Editors: Erin Pritchard (Liverpool Hope University) & Delyth Edwards (Liverpool Hope University)
Abstract and bio submission deadline: 5th January. Read on...
Online Research Workshop - call for abstracts
Leaving the city for the beach and bush: Counter-urban trends to regional Australia
A research workshop online
19th of February 2021
Chairs: Caitlin Buckle (University of Sydney) and Nick Osbaldiston (James Cook University)
Abstract submission deadline: January 20. Read on...
| |New: Comparative Studies in Modern Society; Balkans in European and Global Context
[At site or Online]
(Postponed from November 2020 due to Covid-19 Pandemic)
University of Prizren Ukshin Hoti, KOSOVO
19-20 march 2021
Deadline for abstract submission: 19 January. Read on...
The Editorial Board of Academicus International Scientific Journal invites submissions for Issue No. 23, January 2021.
Special Issue New Media and Social Technology to Support Healthy Ageing and Aged Care in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (Open Access Journal).
Guest editors: Loretta Baldassar (Loretta.email@example.com), Lukasz Krzyzowski (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Catriona Stevens (email@example.com)
Submission deadline: 31 August 2021. Read on...
International Journal on Homelessness (IJOH)
This is a new journal and you are invited to contribute to the first edition
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