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TimestampFirst NameLast NameLocationHighest QualificationAreas of expertiseInterested inExperience inEmail addressWebsite/linkShort biography (500 characters/~80 words)Last Name
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30/08/2018 07:49:31Jora BroerseFootscray, MelbourneMastersCommunity Research, Culture and Cultural Policy, Immigration, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, Local / Global Relations, Migration, Ethnicity & Multiculturalism, Qualitative research, Sport, Urban SociologyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Research AssistanceResearch: Qualitativejozefien.broerse@live.vu.edu.auhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jora-broerse/In my PhD (at Victoria University) I look at lived experiences of multiculturalism and diversity particularly in urban sport contexts. Previous work experiences include a 5-month evaluation of a not-for-profit, sport for development organisation, various research assistance positions (ranging from research to teaching assistance) and lecture guest talks. I am available for casual RA work and teaching tutorials/seminars in the areas mentioned in my profile.
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30/08/2018 15:27:05
Samantha
CluneMelbournePhDAgeing, Disasters, Environment and Society, Health, Qualitative research, Regional and Rural SociologyResearch AssistanceTeaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Research: Qualitatives.clune@latrobe.edu.auSamantha Clune is a social researcher with a PhD in Health Sociology who has close to 10 years social research experience exploring place-based health phenomena. Samantha applies a lens of risk and narrative construction to better understand the complex nature of health outcomes for various geographically located communities.
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30/08/2018 15:54:45AquaHastingsAlice Springs, NT, AustraliaHonoursHealth, Traditional, Complementary and Alternative MedicineTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Research Assistance, Grant writing, Consultancy, Think tankTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativeaqua.hastings@uon.edu.auhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/aqua-y-hastings-92a97642/My research interests are in new ideas and alternative approaches to health problems. My strength is creative thinking. My experience is in teaching, practice, and research of complementary and alternative medicine, including traditional medicine in remote Australia.
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03/09/2018 12:14:30Kythera
Watson-Bonnice
MelbournePhDBodies and embodiment, Family, Intimacy and Relationships, Feminism, Gender and Sexuality, Paternity Leave, Social Class and Social Stratification, Women in Society, Gender and SportTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research AssistanceTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativekwatsonbonnice@swin.edu.auI completed my B.A., B.A.(Hons) and Ph.D at Swinburne University where I currently work as a sessional tutor and lecturer in Sociology. I have taught internationally, developed and convened units, and have experience working with students of all backgrounds and academic levels. I have excellent student feedback for both teaching and lecturing. Research areas: Femininity & Women’s Gender Expressions, Women & Work, and Gender & Sport. Co-convenor of the TASA Genders and Sexualities Thematic group.
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06/09/2018 12:21:04AnneleisHumphriesKiamaPhDCommunity Research, Development and Social Change, Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change, YouthTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research AssistanceTeaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Marking, Research: Qualitativer45btqy9k13g@opayq.com
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06/09/2018 12:34:17Jennie HaarsagerBrisbane areaMastersApplied Sociology, Community Research, Feminism, Gender and Sexuality, Health, Immunization, Institutional Ethnography, Medicine, Mental Health and Illness, Professional Groups, Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change, Transgender issues, YouthTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research Assistance, Grant writing, ConsultancyTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativejenhaarsager@gmail.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jhaars/Jennie Haarsager is a former administrator of HIV and family planning programs and a native of the western United States. She holds a BA in Sociology and MA in American Studies.
Ms. Haarsager is currently a PhD Candidate in Public Health at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Sustainability Research Centre.
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06/09/2018 12:38:37Jae-EunNohBrisbanePhDApplied Sociology, Community Research, Comparative Sociology, Development and Social Change, Human Rights and Global Justice, Immigration, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, Migration, Ethnicity & Multiculturalism, Nationality and Citizenship, Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management, Political Sociology, Qualitative research, Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change, Social Welfare and Social Policy, Welfare Issues and Human Services, Women in SocietyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Research AssistanceTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Research: Qualitativejaeeun.noh@uqconnect.edu.auhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jae-eun-noh-12650bb7/Dr Noh's research and practice include a human rights–based approach to development, social justice, gender equality, community-led development, and ethics in development practice. Her research interests are influenced by 5 years of experience in international development non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and supported by studies in a range of intersecting fields. Jae-Eun holds a PhD in development studies from the University of Queensland (Australia).
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11/09/2018 15:39:22LaraMcKenziePerth (but very happy to move)PhDEconomics & Economic Life, Education, Emotions and Affect, Family, Intimacy and Relationships, Feminism, Gender and Sexuality, Labor Movements, Methodology, Qualitative research, Teaching Sociology, Women in Society, WorkResearch Assistance, Grant writing, ConsultancyTeaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Quantitative, Research: Qualitative, Teaching: unit set-uplara.mckenzie@uwa.edu.auhttps://uwa.academia.edu/LaraMcKenzieLara McKenzie is an honorary research fellow at UWA. Her latest research, based in Australia, focuses on recent PhD graduates' experiences of looking for stable academic work, and addresses themes such as precarity, audit, and gender. She finished her PhD in 2013 and, since then, has worked both inside and outside of universities. Her PhD research explored love, gender, and age, and she has also worked on projects investigating internationalisation and online learning in universities.
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13/09/2018 11:37:16AnthonySmithSydney, NSWHonoursBodies and embodiment, Feminism, Gender and Sexuality, Health, Human Rights and Global Justice, Medicine, Qualitative research, Risk, Science and Technology, Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change, Transgender issues, Women in SocietyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research AssistanceTeaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Markinganthonykjsmith@gmail.comhttps://csrh.arts.unsw.edu.au/education-training/postgraduate-research/profiles/smith/I am doing a Ph.D. in Sociology of Health/Medicine, specifically around HIV Prevention, at UNSW. I am interested in teaching opportunities across sociology. I have experience with discourses such as queer theory, feminism, continental philosophy, STS, and sociology of health/medicine/disease.
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13/09/2018 13:00:26RamónMenéndezKingsburyPhDComparative Sociology, Emotions and Affect, History/Comparative Sociology, Qualitative research, Quantitative research, Social Psychology, Social TheoryTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research Assistance, ConsultancyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Quantitative, Research: Qualitativeramonmenendez21@gmail.comI am a cultural sociologist exploring the topic of authenticity in connection to the self. I look at how sociological conditions impact on the subjective experience of being authentic and the meanings associated with it. I am familiar with both, qualitative and qualitative approaches.
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13/09/2018 13:28:43ChristianMauriFremantle, Western AustraliaHonoursComparative Sociology, Critical Disability Studies, Education, Knowledge, Occupations and Professions, Organization, Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management, Social Class and Social Stratification, Social Theory, Teaching Sociology, WorkTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: LecturesTeaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativechrisjohnmauri@gmail.comMy research deals with the employment and work situations of sessional academics, and has been published in the Journal of Time and Society, and in the soon to be released edited collections, "The Postdoc Landscape" and "The Social Structures of Global Academia". I have years of experience in both the disability sector and in higher education, and have taught in a variety of fields at different levels. I am the 2017 recipient of Murdoch University's Early Career and Teaching Excellence citation.
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13/09/2018 16:31:54AndrewGilbertMelbournePhDAgeing, Communication, Cybernetics, Digital Media, Historical Sociology, Language and Society, Media, Communication, Information and Public Opinion, Political Sociology, Qualitative research, Social Class and Social Stratification, Social TheoryTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research Assistance, Grant writing, ConsultancyTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativea.gilbert@latrobe.edu.auhttps://latrobe.academia.edu/AndrewGilbertI graduated with a PhD in 2017, with my dissertation examining the use of the concept of "crisis" in political and social theory. Since then I have worked on an ARC project "Ageing and New Media", conducting qualitative interviews with elderly individuals in the Melbourne area. I am also experienced in teaching sociology and media studies at a tertiary level, with a special emphasis on teaching these disciplines to international students as part of Monash College’s Diploma of Arts program.
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13/09/2018 18:01:47NaamaCarlinSydney (but can relocate)PhDApplied Sociology, Bodies and embodiment, Communication, Culture and Cultural Policy, Digital Media, Digital Sociology, Feminism, Gender and Sexuality, Health, History of Sociology, Human Rights and Global Justice, Language and Society, Media, Communication, Information and Public Opinion, Political Sociology, Religion, Social Theory, Teaching SociologyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Research Assistance, ConsultancyTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativenaama.carlin@gmail.comhttps://unsw.academia.edu/NaamaCarlinPhD in Social Sciences (Sociology), UNSW. Presently I teach, convene, and lecture at UNSW. My teaching areas are classic and contemporary sociology and social theory, technologies, intro to sociology, sociology and human rights, social theory and policy, and culture and research. My research areas are sociology of religion, health and illness, embodiment and the body. I am also a public commentator on topical and political issues
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14/09/2018 16:49:24FabianCannizzoMelbournePhDApplied Sociology, Consumption and Consumerism, Culture and Cultural Policy, Economics & Economic Life, Education, Gender and Sexuality, Industrial Sociology, Knowledge, Media, Communication, Information and Public Opinion, Occupations and Professions, Political Economy, Qualitative research, Science and Technology, Social Theory, Socio-technics, Work, Higher EducationTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Marking, Research Assistance, Grant writing, ConsultancyTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Quantitative, Research: Qualitative, Industry stakeholder reports; grant writingmrfabiancannizzo@gmail.comhttps://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=9HzPkN4AAAAJ&hl=enFabian Cannizzo is a cultural sociologist working on cultures of labour in the knowledge and creative industries. He has prepared 4 industry/stakeholder reports from research he has conducted and published across sociology, philosophy and higher education journals, and is producing and edited collection on global academia and a special section of the Journal of Sociology.
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19/09/2018 12:49:53AnnaDenejkinaSydneyPhDCommunity Research, Culture and Cultural Policy, Emotions and Affect, Family, Intimacy and Relationships, Mental Health and Illness, Methodology, Qualitative research, Quantitative research, Questionnaire Design, Surveys, Teaching Sociology, Youth, Trauma transmission; psychological traumatologyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Marking, Research Assistance, Grant writing, ConsultancyTeaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Marking, Research: Quantitative, Research: Qualitativeanna.denejkina@uts.edu.auhttps://www.uts.edu.au/staff/anna.denejkinaAnna Denejkina is completing a PhD in sociology at the University of Technology Sydney, where she also teaches in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences as a casual academic. Anna additionally works as a Research Assistant on various sociology-based projects at Western Sydney University.
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20/09/2018 11:12:40KarlyBurchJapanPhDAgriculture, Applied Sociology, Disasters, Environment and Society, Feminism, Food, Institutional Ethnography, Local / Global Relations, Qualitative research, Science and TechnologyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research Assistance, Grant writingTeaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Marking, Research: Quantitative, Research: Qualitativekarlyburch@gmail.comI completed my PhD in sociology at the University of Otago in 2018. My research focused on the aftermath of the nuclear disasters in Japan, using insights from institutional ethnography and material semiotics to explore people's troubling experiences of everyday eating following the onset of the disasters in 2011. I moved back to Japan following my PhD and am actively looking for opportunities for employment, writing and collaborative work.
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20/09/2018 13:39:55Naama
Blatman-Thomas
TownsvillePhDAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Indigenous peoples, Historical Sociology, Human Rights and Global Justice, Mobility, Political Sociology, Urban SociologyTeaching: Lectures, Research AssistanceTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativenaama.blatmanthomas@jcu.edu.auhttps://bgu.academia.edu/NaamaBlatmanThomas
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20/09/2018 18:06:24JohnHaycockMelbournePhDArts, Culture and Cultural Policy, Education, Feminism, Gender and Sexuality, Historical Sociology, Media, Communication, Information and Public Opinion, Political Economy, Qualitative research, Social Class and Social Stratification, Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change, Social Theory, Teaching Sociology, WorkTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research AssistanceTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitativehaycock.john@gmail.comhttps://johnhaycock.academia.eduI am an early career academic teaching and researching in fields embracing the cultural sociology of education and pedagogies (covering gender/cultural diversity/national identity), cultural and media studies, social change, research methodologies and epistemologies. My primary research concern and current focus is on, but not limited to, power and how it might be exercised in educative ways, primarily as this occurs through the cultural exchange of public pedagogies via various media.
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28/09/2018 07:23:55SimoneMarinoAdelaidePhDCulture and Cultural Policy, History of Sociology, Immigration, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, Migration, Ethnicity & Multiculturalism, Mobility, Nationality and Citizenship, Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic RelationsTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Research Assistance, Grant writingTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Quantitative, Research: Qualitativesimone.marino@unisa.edu.auhttps://people.unisa.edu.au/Simone.MarinoSimone Marino is the course coordinator and lecturer of units of Sociology and Migration Studies in the School of Education, and in the School of Creative Industries at the University of South Australia. His research interests include transnational motilities and identities, multicultural policy and the maintenance and loss of minority languages and “cultures” in multicultural societies.
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28/09/2018 11:59:03RyanThorneycroftSydneyPhDBodies and embodiment, Criminology, Deviance & Social Control, Critical Disability Studies, Gender and Sexuality, Methodology, Qualitative research, Social Theory, Transgender issuesResearch AssistanceTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Marking, Research: Qualitativer.thorneycroft@westernsydney.edu.au
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11/10/2018 13:38:43AngelaLeahyPerthPhDFeminism, Historical Sociology, History of Sociology, Human Rights and Global Justice, Immigration, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, Law and Society, Local / Global Relations, Migration, Ethnicity & Multiculturalism, Nationality and Citizenship, Social Class and Social Stratification, Social Theory, Teaching SociologyTeaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research AssistanceTeaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Markinga.leahy@murdoch.edu.auprofiles.murdoch.edu.au/myprofile/angela-leahy/ I have been teaching sociology for over 10 years at Murdoch University. I have coordinated sociology units, designed and delivered lectures, assessments, unit guides, tutored and supervised tutors, and delivered online unit content. I am highly rated by my students (please contact me for my CV). I completed my PhD at Murdoch University in 2017. While teaching is my passion, I also hope to conduct research in relation to refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia.
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22/11/2018 16:02:46JaniceOllerton
Port Macquarie NSW
PhD
Criminology, Deviance & Social Control, Critical Disability Studies, Health
Marking, Research Assistance, Consultancy
Teaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Marking, Research: Qualitative
j.ollerton@unsw.edu.auWith almost 40 years experience working in the employment assistance industry, specifically in the field of disabilities since 1997, Janice is keenly interested in intersectional disadvantage and barriers to social inclusion. She works p/t as Research Coordinator for a Disability Service, holds an adjunct Senior Lecturer position with UNSW and undertakes independent research when funds become available. Located in regional NSW Janice is also a Sessional Lecturer for CSU.
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26/11/2018 14:48:11ClarissaCardenBrisbanePhD
Childhood, Criminology, Deviance & Social Control, Digital Sociology, Education, Historical Sociology, History/Comparative Sociology
Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research Assistance, Grant writing, Consultancy
Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitative, Preparing applications for ARC grants
clarissacarden@gmail.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/clarissacarden/
Sociologist focusing on moral discourses and social change, with a particular interest in the lives of young people. Current research explores historical juvenile justice for boys in Australia. Experience in multiple methodologies including archival research, discourse analysis, interviews, ethnography.
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27/11/2018 12:39:02NyreePisanu
University of Tasmania
Honours
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Indigenous peoples, Family, Intimacy and Relationships, Quantitative research, Surveys
Research AssistanceResearch: Quantitativenyree.pisanu@utas.edu.au
https://www.linkedin.com/in/nyree-pisanu-a5748a89/
I am a current PhD student at UTAS in Sociology/Public Policy. Using quantitative methods, I am researching family resilience, Indigenous family wellbeing and policy. I am also a research assistant at the Institute for the Study of Social Change. I am seeking casual RA work.
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20/12/2018 14:22:38DavidFaggBendigoBachelors
Education, Religion, Welfare Issues and Human Services, Youth
Research Assistance, Grant writing, Consultancy
Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Marking, Research: Qualitative
dffa@deakin.edu.au
http://themightyinkpot.com
I am an experienced educator and youth worker, having worked for over 20 years in those fields. I'm currently completing my PhD at Deakin University under Associate Professor Andrew Singleton. I have experience in tutoring at the university level, as well as research assistant work including conducting interviews and focus groups, literature reviews, and writing articles. I am also a professional freelance writer with specific expertise in grant writing.
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02/01/2019 12:17:19
Dr Annetta
Mallon
NSW Central Coast
PhD
Ageing, Arts, Bodies and embodiment, Communication, Community Research, Development and Social Change, Family, Intimacy and Relationships, Feminism, Health, Knowledge, Language and Society, Media, Communication, Information and Public Opinion, Medicine, Mental Health and Illness, Methodology, Qualitative research, Risk, Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change, Teaching Sociology, Visual Sociology, Women in Society
Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Online, Marking, Consultancy
Teaching: Unit Coordinaton, Teaching: Lectures, Teaching: Tutorials/Seminars, Teaching: Online, Marking, Research: Qualitative
info@gdep.com.au
https://www.gdep.com.au
I am a social researcher, Thanadoula, with a strong track record of positive academic outcomes combined with both teamwork and independent task completion within parameters. I am currently conducting an international research project with End Of Life (EOL) Doulas in four countries. I teach and write lectures/courses in the areas of social research methods; health, illness and biomedicine; risk and change in the 21st century; diversity, sexualities and gender; and end of life.
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