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Date: 5/18/2022
Subject: TASA members newsletter: May 19
From: TASA



Dear ~~first_name~~, 
  
We hope you can join us for our TASA Thursdays event TODAYMay 19 12:30pm - 1:30pm AEST - with fellow member Alan Morris on 'International students struggling in the private rental sector'. Alan's paper on this topic can be accessed here. You can access the event via: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89567711951?pwd=R2I2andaY0djTmxGcXQ2LzByeWZkQT09
Meeting ID: 895 6771 1951 / Passcode: 019125
 
As mentioned previously, we are super excited about TASA 2022. If you haven't submitted yet, please do get your 200 word abstract in by May 25th. 
 
TASA 2022 - Submissions
 
If you experience any issues uploading your abstract, please contact Sham and Sabrina: tasa2022@arinex.com.au  
 
Conference information is available on TASAweb here.
 
Career Development Grants
The new Career Development Grant has been developed by Heidi Hetz, the Equity and Inclusion Portfolio Leader. The grant seeks to support the career development activities of TASA members where these activities are not covered by other funding. Applications close TOMORROW May 20.
For details, visit the TASAweb grant page here.
  
TASA Awards
TASA bestows several annual awards and five of them are currently open for nominations. Namely:
  1. Distinguished Service to Australian Sociology Award;
  2. Newly added to newsletterEarly Career Researcher – Best Paper Prize;
  3. Outstanding Service to TASA Award
  4. Sociology in Action Award; and
  5. Teaching Sociology Award.
Nominations for all 5 awards close on June 15th. 
 
Members' Engaging Sociology

Journal Articles

Chandra S. A Multi-Faceted and Relational Approach to Gay Men’s Identities. Sociology. May 2022. doi:10.1177/00380385221081389
 
Lutfun Nahar Lata (2022) Visualising gendered space and informality: a photo essay, Visual Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1472586X.2022.2070534 [first 50 copies free]
 
Chandra S. The persistence and endurance of blood family. Sexualities. May 2022. doi:10.1177/13634607221092395 [OPNE ACCESS]
 
Connor, J., McDermott, V. and Gillies, W. (2022), "Passionate projects: practitioner reflections on emotion management", International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJMPB-08-2021-0208

Korobacz RJ, Cook PS. Engineering masculinity: A multimodal critical discourse analysis of trans masculine embodiment in magazines for trans men. Journal of Sociology. May 2022. doi:10.1177/14407833221099982 [FULL ACCESS]
 
Alex Broom, Katherine Kenny, Leah Williams Veazey, Alexander Page, Barbara Prainsack, Claire E. Wakefield, Mustafa Khasraw, Malinda Itchins, Zarnie Lwin (2022) Living (well) with cancer in the precision era, SSM - Qualitative Research in Health. 
 
Laura Rodriguez Castro, Kaya Barry, Diti Bhattacharya, Barbara Pini, Candice Boyd, Dorell Ben, Chantelle Bayes, Becky Nevin Berger, Pallavi Narayan, Michele Lobo, Nina Ginsberg & Amelia Hine (2022) Editorial introduction: geography and collective memories through art, Australian Geographer, DOI: 10.1080/00049182.2022.2052556
 
Moran, Claire and Gatwiri, Kathomi (2022) #BlackLivesMatter: Exploring the digital practises of African Australian youth on social media, Media, Culture & Society, May 2022, doi.org/10.1177/01634437221089246

Moran, Claire (2022) The ‘connected’ migrant: A scoping review, Convergence: The International Journal of research into New Media Technologies, April 2022. doi:10.1177/13548565221090480
 

News & Analysis

For tips from fellow members on getting published in The Conversation (TC), click here. For some members' articles published in TC between 2013 & 2019, click here. To find out what can happen after publishing in TC, click here.
 
 

Rachel Moss, Alexandra Ridgway and Judy Raper (2022) How I coped with bereavement in academiaTimes Higher Education, May 11.

Videos

David Farrugia and Signe Ravn (2022) Youth Beyond the City: Thinking from the MarginsBristol University Press, May 16.
 
 

Events

TASA Thursdays
For a full list of our TASA Thursdays events for 2022, as well as the registration links, please visit TASAweb here.
 
TASA Tea Time
Thanks to Heidi Hetz, our equity & inclusion portfolio leader, the next TASA Tea Time session will be held on Wednesday June 1, 11:00 AM (AEST). You can register for the session here.  
 
Academic legacies: sociological lives then and now
TASA member Professor Fran Collyer and UK researcher Graham Crow (Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Methodology) will be presenting their research on retired academics. Fran's focus will be on sociologists' reflections of what sociology was like in the 1960s to 1980s in Australia and Graham's focus will be on what people in his study think they are leaving for colleagues in the next generation. 
Wednesday June 8, UK: 8:00am, WA: 3:00pm - 4:00pm, NT & SA: 4:30pm - 5:30pm, ACT, NSW, Qld., Tas., Vic.: 5:00pm - 6:00pm. You can register for the event here.
 
New lives, new research agendas: Sociology beyond the pandemic 
Thursday 2nd June 9.30am-4.30pm, La Trobe University Collins St Campus, Melbourne CBD
This is a free event, but please register here for either in-person or Zoom attendance. 
Confirmed speakers include: Professor Dan Woodman, Dr Barbara Barbosa-Neves, Professor Kay Cook, Dr Jacinthe Flore, Professor Anna Hickey-Moody, Professor Tania Lewis, Associate Professor Helen Forbes-Mewett, Dr Kiran Pienaar and Dr Julian Waters-Lynch.

TASA Public Engagement Survey (PES)
Last week, we emailed an invitation to participate in TASA's research regarding the Public Role of Sociology, being managed by Roger Patulny, our Public Sociology Portfolio Leader.  To find out more and to participate, click on the orange link below:

Take the Survey

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:

https://uow.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_80Ti3JYmt7Y2rQi
 
We encourage you to share the survey link among your networks. 
ISA 2023
 
Deadlines for our TASA hosted ISA 2023 XX World Congress are now available here. For quick reference, the abstract submission deadline is September 30. 
 
Religious change in a turbulent world
RC22 Call for Session Proposals and Organizers
Submission deadline: May 31. Read on...
 
Thematic Groups

Incoming Conveners

This week, we are introducing you to the new conveners of the Sociology and Ageing  Thematic Group
(TG). 
 
TASA's Sociology and Ageing Thematic Group aims to create a supportive network for sociologists working in or researching ageing issues across a range of academic and non-academic institutions. It also aims to provide a means to foster collaborative endeavours and to develop and disseminate knowledge – particularly in the area of theory, where sociology has largely been silent.
 
The new conveners are Marika Franklin and Andrew Gilbert. 
 
Marika
Marika Franklin commenced as an Associate Research Fellow in the Deakin Business School on 7 March. Marika completed her PhD at La Trobe University, Melbourne in 2019. Marika is an interdisciplinary researcher, and her research looks at the intersections between health, ageing and work (both informal and formal) with a focus on how capital shapes agency and opportunities for ‘living well’. Prior to joining Deakin university, she worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at Macquarie University in the Centre for Workforce Futures, and as a qualitative researcher at the University of Sydney, University of New South Wales and in the not-for-profit sector. She is presently working on an ARC DP project examining the demographic and social dimensions of migrant ageing and wellbeing in Australia, led by Professor Lucy Taksa. She is a member of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) and Australian Association of Gerontology.

Dr Andrew Simon Gilbert is a Research Fellow in the Social Gerontology division at National Ageing Research Institute (NARI). His disciplinary background is in sociology, communication studies, ageing, and qualitative research. He completed a PhD at La Trobe University in 2016, subsequently published as a book: The Crisis Paradigm: Description and Prescription in Social and Political Theory (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019). Andrew is an emerging researcher in health and aged care systems, including organisational issues and policy. He joined NARI in November 2018 to work on projects related to raising dementia awareness among CALD communities, the use of video-interpreting for home-based aged care assessments of clients from CALD backgrounds, and stakeholder perspectives of 'good aged care' in Australian aged care facilities. In 2020, he led a project called Integrated Models of Care, Health and Housing on behalf of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
 

Call for Expressions of Interest:

MEM Thematic Group Postgraduate Representative Role!


The Migration, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism (MEM) postgraduate team is currently made up of 4 representatives that love being a part of the team. However, with some of the team growing and pushing out both PhD thesis' and real human babies in next 6 months (one of which has already done so!) we are seeking expressions of interest from candidates who might like to join the team and transition into this new role. This is a great opportunity to become more involved with the MEM thematic group, TASA’s largest thematic group, and extend your professional network! Please respond to sarah.burrage@mymail.unisa.edu.au by TOMORROW May 20 with no more than 250 words expressing why you’d like to become a postgrad rep and what you can bring to the role.

TASA Publications

Journal of Sociology

Journal of Sociology - Volume: 58, Number: 2 (June 2022) has been published. You can access the Table of Contents here.
 
Journal of Sociology - call for guest editors for the 2024 special issue
 
Each year the editors invite expressions of interest from the international community of sociological scholars to guest edit a special issue of the journal. Special issues may address any sociological theme that is likely to be of interest to the journal’s international readership.
The deadline for expressions of interest for the 2024 special issue is June 20th, 2022. For full details, read on...

Health Sociology Review

Health Sociology Review Call for New Editorial Team
 
Applications are invited for the editorship of the journal HEALTH SOCIOLOGY REVIEW (HSR) for the four-year term 2023–2026. Transition arrangements will begin later in 2022, although the content for the first issue of 2023 will be finalised by the out-going editors.
Submission deadline: Monday June 27. Read on... 
Employment
New: Qualitative Researcher
The NSW Behavioural Insights Unit is leading research to increase gender equity in apprenticeships and traineeships. We are seeking an experienced qualitative researcher to support coding and reporting of qualitative interviews (already transcribed)
Must have extensive Nvivo Windows experience (using most current version)
$59 / hour
Temporary role, starting ASAP
Working remotely, but must live in Australia

To apply, please email Dr Zuleyka Zevallos, A/Project Manager, NSW Behavioural Insights Unit
 
Research Assistant
TASA postgrads are looking for an RA with website content/creation expertise.
  • Updating and tidying TASA's postgrad web pages
  • Collating links and helpful resources for postgrads
  • Up to 50 hours of work
Please send application to Richa George and Dorinda ’t Hart, outlining previous experience/knowledge on website creation.
Application deadline: June 2nd, 5pm
 
Research Assistant
Pathways in Place, Victoria University
For details, Read on... 
 
Senior Research Fellow / Research Fellow
University of Nottingham
Application deadline: May 27. Read on... 
 
 

Jobs Board

The Jobs Board enables you to view current employment opportunities. As a member, you can post opportunities to the Jobs Board directly from within your membership profile screen.
Current Employment Opportunities
PhD Scholarships
Deadline extended: PhD scholarship - Men and Paid Care Work
Monash University
Supervisors: fellow members Karla Elliott and Steve Roberts
Applications close: May 31. Read on...
 

Scholarships Board

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.
Current Scholarship Opportunities
Other Events, News & Opportunities

Conferences

Method Triangulation
Taiwan, 18-19 August 
For details, read on...

Fellowships

The French Institutes for Advanced Study (FIAS) Fellowship Programme
The programme offers 10-month fellowships in the six Institutes of Aix-Marseille, Loire Valley (Orléans-Tours), Lyon, Montpellier, Nantes and Paris. It welcomes applications from high-level international scholars to develop their innovative research projects in France.
For the 2023-2024 academic year, FIAS offers 37 fellowship positions
Application deadline: June 2nd, 6:00 PM CET (Paris Time). Read on...

Workshops

Migration, Racism and COVID-19: Challenges and Insights
The Migration & Mobilities Research Network and TASA Migration, Ethnicities & Multiculturalism Thematic Group present:
Friday, 17 June 2022, 10am – 5pm AEST
The University of Melbourne and Zoom (Hybrid Event)
A registration link will be available soon. 
 
Generation
Call for Applications for the 2022  workshop
Researchers in science and technology studies in Australasia (AusSTS)
Plenary: Anne Pollock (King’s College London)
Intergenerational Plenary: Hana Burgess (UoA), Mythily Meher (UoA), Billy van Uitregt (VUW)
Applications close 30 May. For details, Read on...

Call for Chapter Proposals/Abstracts

Young People and the Sustainable Development Goals
The Companion will be published by Elgar Publishing as part of a series on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Handbooks/Companion series.
Abstract submission deadline: May 30. Read on...

Call for Papers

Indigenous Emancipation: The Fight Against Marginalisation, Criminalisation, and Oppression
Edited by Grace O’Brien, Pey-Chun Pan, and Simon Prideaux as part of the (In)Justice International Collective
Abstract submission deadline: June 15. Read on...
 
The politics of age in sex and sexuality education for children and young people
Sex Education journal
Abstract submission deadline: 10th June. Read on...
   
Disabled People and the Intersectional Nature of Social Inclusion
Social Inclusion, Volume 11, Issue 4
Abstract submission deadline: November 15 - 30.  Read on...
 
Indigenous Emancipation: The Fight Against Marginalisation, Criminalisation, and Oppression
Special Issue for Social Inclusion (all open access)
Abstract submission deadline: between June 1st and June 15. Read on...

TASA Gift Memberships
Gift memberships, for any membership category, can now be accessed at anytime via your membership profile screen. If you would like to gift a membership, to someone new or to a current member, please follow the steps below:
 
STEP 1: Click here and log in

STEP 2: Click on the drop down menu to the right of your name in the purple bar (RH) at the top of the website (see 1st image below)
 
STEP 3: Click on Profile (see 1st image below)
 
STEP 4: Click on the Gift Memberships menu item and complete the details, see yellow highlights in 2nd image below. 
Profile Steps 2
Submitting Newsletter Items
We encourage you to support your colleagues by sharing details of your latest publications with them via this newsletter. No publication is too big or too small. Any mention of sociology is of value to our association, and to the discipline, so please do send through details of your latest publication (fully referenced & with a link, where possible) for the next newsletter, to TASA Admin. Usually, the newsletter is disseminated every Thursday morning.
Updating your Member Profile
Personal pronoun preferences can now be added to your profile. There are 9 combination options to choose from. Please let Sally in TASA Admin know if your preference/s is not on the list and we will have them added.
 
For assistance with updating your Member Profile on TASA web please see the video tutorial: Updating your Member Profile
 
TASA Documents and Policies
You can access details of TASA's current Executive Committee 2021 - 2022, and their respective portfoliosas well as documents and policies, including the ConstitutionValues StatementStatement on Academic Freedom, Code of Conduct, Grievance Procedures & TASA History
 
Accessing Online Materials & Resources
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TASA members have access to over 90 peer-reviewed  Sage Sociology full-text collection online journals encompassing over 63,000 articles. The image on the left shows you where to access those journals, as well as the Sage Research Methods Collection & the Taylor and Francis Full Text Collection, when logged in to TASAweb. If needed, here is a short instructive video on how to access the journals. 

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