Dr Rosalie Gillett

    Research Associate, Creative Industries Faculty

    PhD (Queensland University of Technology, 2019)

    Rosalie Gillett is a Research Associate for the Australian Research Council Discovery-Project “Platform Governance: Rethinking Internet Regulation as Media Policy.” She holds a Bachelor of Justice (Honours, First Class) and a PhD (2019) in Justice from QUT. Prior to joining the Creative Industries Faculty, Rosalie worked as a Sessional Academic and Research Assistant in QUT’s Law School and School of Justice.

    Rosalie’s PhD thesis investigated women’s experiences of intimate intrusions on the dating app Tinder. Findings from this research helped to identify the commonness of women’s experiences of intimate intrusions on Tinder; demonstrate how intimate intrusions on the service are routinely normalised as part of digital dating cultures; and highlight the cumulative impact everyday intimate intrusions can have for women who experience such behaviour. Rosalie’s research interests include online gender-based violence; the normalisation of abuse; platform governance; and content moderation on social media platforms. Her research has been published in Women’s Studies International Forum and Policy and Internet.

    Projects:

    Platform Governance: Rethinking Internet Regulation as Media Policy

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