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Aims and Objectives:
The Sociology of Youth Thematic Group aims to facilitate all sociological based research relating to young people. The group provides a collegial forum for collaboration and supportive engagement between youth researchers at all points in their careers. The group advocates for sociological perspectives in multi-disciplinary projects and public debates around young people. It also supports publicly engaged youth sociology aimed at improving conditions for young people in Australian and elsewhere through sociologically informed policies and programs.

Year Established: March 2010

Convenors:
Amy Dobson, Curtin University (12/16)
Signe Ravn, University of Melbourne (12/17)
Julia Cook, University of Melbourne (12/17)

Group members:

  • Malcolm Alexander
  • Joan Abbott-Chapman
  • Susan Oakley
  • Anita Harris
  • Sarah MacLean
  • Jenny Chesters
  • Dan Woodman
  • Katie Wright
  • Carol Reid
  • Sarah Baker
  • Peter Doran
  • Rob White
  • Jonathan Smith
  • Jens O. Zinn
  • Briony Horsfall
  • Vince Marotta
  • Dorothy Bottrell
  • Brendan Churchill
  • Kathryn Seymour
  • Pam Nilan
  • Steven Threadgold
  • Ellie Vasta
  • Mark McCrindle
  • David Farrugia
  • Keith Heggart
  • Charlotte Fabiansson
  • Joanne Bryant
  • Amy Shields Dobson
  • Clare Bartholomaeus
  • Bernie East
  • Joel Robert McGregor
  • Anna Anderson
  • Sharon Aris
  • Joshua Roose
  • Julia Coffey
  • Joseph Borlagdan
  • Paulina Billett
  • Tori Stratford
  • Sean Martin-Iverson
  • Shanthi Robertson
  • Meave Noonan
  • Karen Block
  • Rose Butler
  • Megan Sharp
  • Adele Pavlidis
  • Kim Lam
  • Clare Southerton
  • Ben Lohmeyer
  • Quentin Maire
  • Catherine Waite
  • Ramón Menéndez Domingo
  • Tom Barnes
  • Josie Reade
  • Andreas Cebulla
  • Gbenga Afolayan
  • Melinda Herron
  • Lesley Pruitt
  • Ruth Jeanes
  • Carrie Connolly
  • Lise Mogensen
  • Maja Moensted
  • Signe Ravn
  • Erika Siabatto
  • Shane Duggan
  • Helen Berents
  • Ben Lyall
  • Heather Downey
  • Jessica Walton
  • Kerrie Mackey-Smith
  • Ben Kristian Citto Laksana
  • Joni Meenagh
  • Gaynor Lee
  • Antonia Canosa
  • Johanna Garnett
  • Anna Denejkina
  • Amy Vanderharst
  • Shirley Jackson
  • Carmel Hobbs
  • Crystal Abidin
  • Steven Roberts
  • Georgie Harwood
  • James Milton
  • Julia Cook
  • Agnès Pélage
  • Noah Mokaya Omambia Sanganyi
  • David Fagg
  • Sujith Kumar
  • Judith BESSANT
  • Elaine Pratley
  • sherene idriss
  • Roseline Olumbe
  • Aaron Garth
  • Pariece Nelligan

Youth Cultures, belongings, transitions: Bridging the gap in youth research - conference

Griffith Centre for Cultural Research and The Australian Sociological Association Sociology of Youth Thematic Group are proud to co-host:
Youth Cultures, belongings, transitions: Bridging the gap in youth research
22 – 24 November, 2012
Brisbane, Australia
Submission deadline: July 31, 2012. Read on…

Risk and the Life Course – Workshop

Call for Papers

Risk and the Life Course – Workshop

21st-22nd of July 2011

The University of Melbourne

School of Social and Political Sciences

The notion of emerging new risks and how to avoid or manage them has become central to modern societies and contemporary identity. Australian researchers have been at the forefront of exploring how a ‘risk society’ is reshaping the life course – for example suggesting the transition between youth and adulthood has been reshaped. This two day workshop at the University of Melbourne will explore how new divisions and uncertainties, and a discourse focused on risk and individualised risk management, are reshaping the biography and the life course.

The full details are available in Word (12kb) and Pdf (295kb)

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