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Tara Brabazon podcast

May 30, 2015

Tara and Steve get stroppy (again), pondering the nature of ethics committees - and research ethics more generally - in the neoliberal university.

May 30, 2015

Particular methods are fashionable, and then move out of fashion. Tara and Steve talk about ethnography, the disco of research methods.  But as ethnography moves beyond its fame and height in the 1970s, how can it reconfigure and refresh for the 2010s?

May 29, 2015

It is time for feminist physical cultural studies.  Steve and Tara introduce Peta Johnston and her doctoral thesis.  Peta is interested in researching women, sexuality, bodies and digitization.  Physical cultural studies provides the frame and impetus for this study. Social media provides the foundation. This exciting...

May 27, 2015

What is a human 'worth'?  What does equality actually mean?  Dr Tace Vigliante, from the School of Teacher Education at Charles Sturt University, takes these questions as her focus, to develop a social justice education.

May 20, 2015

Transitions are crucial to education. Dr Libbey Murray, from the Dubbo campus of the School of Teacher Education, explores what academics can learn from the transitional experiences of kindergarten children when thinking about first year teaching and learning in a university.