Work & Employment

Work and employment are central to social and economic wellbeing

Research in this theme centres on: Equality; Mobility; and Technology.

 

This research aligns with the UN’s 8th Sustainable Development Goal: Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all

 

 


Current Projects:

Recent Publications:

Care for the self, overcompensation and bodily crafting: The work–life balance of disabled people

Jammaers, Eline, Williams, Jannine (2021) Care for the self, overcompensation and bodily crafting: The work–life balance of disabled people Gender, Work and Organization, 28 (1), pp.119-137.
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How professional photographers engage with and resist digital platform work

McDonald, Paula, Williams, Penny, Mayes, Robyn (2021) How professional photographers engage with and resist digital platform work New Media and Society, 23 (6), pp.1602-1623.
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Disrupting landscape: Enacting zones of socio-material entanglement for alternative futures

Hine, Amelia (2021) Disrupting landscape:Enacting zones of socio-material entanglement for alternative futures The Extractive Industries and Society, 8 (2), pp.Article number: 100889.
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An agenda for Australian rural sociology: Troubling the white middle-class farming woman

Pini, Barbara, Rodriguez Castro, Laura, Mayes, Robyn (2021) An agenda for Australian rural sociology: Troubling the white middle-class farming woman Journal of Sociology.
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A Profile of MLM Consultants in Australia

Grant-Smith, Deanna, de Zwaan, Laura, Irmer, Bernd, Feldman, Alicia (2021) A Profile of MLM Consultants in Australia: Financial literacy and other characteristics

ANT Stakeholder Action Mapping Tool and User Guide

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) ANT Stakeholder Action Mapping Tool and User Guide

PREDICT: Principles of Good Mining Checklist

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) PREDICT: Principles of Good Mining Checklist

The socio-political landscape of mining: Interactive Timeline

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) The socio-political landscape of mining: Interactive Timeline.

Understanding the social and political stakeholder environment of contemporary and future mining: delivering tools for navigating multiple perspectives: CRC ORE Project Report P4-010: Summary Report

Mayes, Robyn, Hurst, Bree, Hine, Amelia (2021) Understanding the social and political stakeholder environment of contemporary and future mining: delivering tools for navigating multiple perspectives:CRC ORE Project Report P4-010: Summary Report

Death Metal

Hine, Amelia, Edwards, Charity (2021) Death Metal Sediment (Presented by Metro Arts Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise).
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