School of Social Sciences

BOb research presented to Parliamentary Inquiry into External Oversight of Police

Associate Professor Leanne Weber from the Border Crossing Observatory and Professor Jude McCulloch from the Monash Gender and Family Violence program appeared before the parliamentary IBAC Committee on 26 February to elaborate on their written submission to the ongoing Inquiry into the External Oversight of Police Corruption and Misconduct in Victoria. In their original submission,…

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Public event: Coercive Control (QUT, Brisbane)

On 15 March 2018, the Queensland University of Technology’s Crime and Justice Research Centre will be hosting a public event on coercive control at their Gardens Point campus in Brisbane. Join the Monash Gender and Family Violence team’s Dr Kate Fitz-Gibbon and Professor Sandra Walklate, along with Rachel Neil (Principal Solicitor of the Women’s Legal Service), to hear their…

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Teaching Award for Monash Criminology’s Asher Flynn and Mary Iliadis

Monash Criminology’s Dr Asher Flynn and Dr Mary Iliadis have been awarded the 2017 Faculty of Arts Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for innovative and sustained contributions to teaching and supporting students in Criminology, and for fostering a sense of ownership, independence and engagement in student learning. Asher Flynn and Mary Iliadis have…

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Insights into youth social futures

The Social Futures and Life Pathways (“Our Lives”) Project is one of the largest and longest-running longitudinal studies of young people underway in Australia. It is also one of the most comprehensive, with its broad focus on young people’s changing experiences of educational, workforce, partnering, family and housing transitions in early adulthood. It is led by Monash…

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Criminology and Theatre Performance with Edan Goodall

Edan Goodall is a Bachelor of Arts student majoring in Criminology with a minor in Theatre Performance. In this interview, Edan shares his experiences with these two study areas and how he has combined them to address injustices in Australia; the major opportunities with Monash CTP and MUST; and his phenomenal trip with Monash Alumni through Monash’s Global Discovery Program.

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Monash Arts expertise in the media

Monash University’s expertise will reach a wider audience in 2018 as one of our political scientists returns to ABC Radio in a fortnightly segment to talk about politics. Dr Zareh Ghazarian, from the School of Social Sciences in the Faculty of Arts, will feature in a regular segment where he will engage with talkback callers and tweeters and unpack the political machinations of the day.

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