BOOK – Places of Privilege

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Places of Privilege: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Identities, Change and Resistance This edited collection, published by Brill,  was developed from a series of thematically linked papers presented at the recent CIDRN/IRN…

BOOK – Criminalizing Children: Welfare and the State in Australia

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David McCallum WINNER 2018 of The Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ) award for a published scholarly book/monograph Incarceration of children is rising rapidly throughout of Australia,…

PAPER – Lengthy student placements and health and financial wellbeing

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Researchers Lisa Hodge, Nicole Oke, Heather McIntyre, Shelley Turner Project Overview This project explores the financial and other impacts of lengthy, unpaid work-integrated learning (WIL). It aims to build on…

PAPER – Psychology education and the neoliberal episteme in Australia

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New paper in Theory and Psychology by CIDRN researcher Samuel Keast. Abstract This article investigates some of the ways in which neoliberalism and mainstream psychology intersect to maintain a dominant episteme…

PAPER – In between two worlds: Colombian migrants negotiating identity, acculturation, and settlement in Melbourne

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New paper in Qualitative Research by CIDRN by Margarita Fierro Hernandez and Christopher C. Sonn Abstract Latin American immigration experiences have been documented in terms of acculturation, settlement and belonging. While…

PAPER – Voices of displacement: a methodology of sound portraits exploring identity and belonging

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New paper in Qualitative Research by CIDRN by Alison M Baker, Christopher C Sonn and Kirsten Meyer titled “Voices of displacement: a methodology of sound portraits exploring identity and belonging”….

BOOK – Social Psychology ad Everyday Life (2nd Ed.)

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This ground-breaking and innovative textbook offers a uniquely global approach to the study of social psychology. Inclusive and outward-looking, the authors consciously re-orientate the discipline of social psychology, promoting a…

PAPER – The Performative is Political: Using Counter-Storytelling through Theatre to Create Spaces for Implicated Witnessing

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Project: African Australians negotiating belonging and identity: Examining the role of participatory arts practice Citation: Maxwell, C. (2019). The Performative is Political: Using Counter-Storytelling through Theatre to Create Spaces for Implicated Witnessing (Unpublished masters…