Professor Gregory Noble

Professor Gregory Noble

Professor,
Institute For Culture and Society

Professor,
Institute For Culture and Society

Biography

Professor Greg Noble researches across the intersecting areas of: youth, ethnicity and gender; everyday multiculturalism; migration and diasporc communities; material culture, cultural pedagogies, Bourdieusian theory; and multicultural education.

His current ARC research projects include Habits of Urban Governance (with Tony Bennett, Gay Hawkins, Nik Rose and Ben Dibley) and Tiger Mothers and Others (with Megan Watkins and Chris Ho).

This information has been contributed by Professor Noble.

Qualifications

  • PhD Macquarie University
  • BA Macquarie University
  • DipEd Macquarie University

Professional Memberships

  • Cultural Studies Association of Australasia (1994 - 2014)
  • The Australian Sociological Association (2019 - 2019)

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Institute For Culture and Society
  • Institute For Culture and Society

Contact

Email: G.Noble@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone:
(02) 9685 9635
Mobile:
Location: EM.1.07
Parramatta

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Teaching

Current Teaching Areas

  • 800196 Rethinking Culture and Society

Publications

Books

  • Wise, A. and Noble, G. (2019), 'Conviviaities: Possibility and Ambivalence in Urban Multicultures', : Routledge 9781138503991.
  • Watkins, M., Noble, G. and Driscoll, C. (2015), 'Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct [Edited book]', : Routledge 9781138014411.
  • Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2013), 'Disposed to Learn: Schooling, Ethnicity and the Scholarly Habitus', : Bloomsbury Academic 9781441177117.
  • Tabar, P., Noble, G. and Poynting, S. (2010), 'On Being Lebanese in Australia: Identity, Racism and the Ethnic Field', : Lebanese American University Press 9789953461120.
  • Poynting, S., Noble, G., El-Tabar, P. and Collins, J. (2004), 'Bin Laden in the Suburbs: Criminalising the Arab Other', : The Sydney Institute of Criminology 0975196707.

Chapters in Books

  • Ang, I. and Noble, G. (2018), 'Making multiculture : Australia and the ambivalent politics of diversity', Making Culture: Commercialisation, Transnationalism, and the State of 'Nationing' in Contemporary Australia, Routledge 9781138094123.
  • Wise, A. and Noble, G. (2018), 'Convivialities : an orientation', Convivialities: Possibility and Ambivalence in Urban Multicultures, Routledge 9781138503991.
  • Noble, G. and Tabar, P. (2017), 'The 'career' of the migrant : time, space and the settling process', Critical Reflections on Migration, 'Race' and Multiculturalism: Australia in a Global Context, Routledge 9781138184510.
  • Noble, G. (2017), 'Learning with Bourdieu : pedagogy, cosmology and potty training', Bourdieusian Prospects, Routledge 9781138845084.
  • Noble, G. (2015), 'Learning to be otherwise : ethnicity and the pedagogic space of youthful subjectivities', Youth Cultures and Subcultures: Australian Perspectives, Ashgate 9781472426659.
  • Watkins, M., Noble, G. and Driscoll, C. (2015), 'Pedagogy : the unsaid of socio-cultural theory', Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct, Taylor and Francis 9781138014411.
  • Noble, G. (2015), 'Pedagogies of civic belonging : finding one's way through social space', Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct, Taylor and Francis 9781138014411.
  • Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2015), 'Pedagogies of incorporation : touch and the technology of writing', Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct, Taylor and Francis 9781138014411.
  • Noble, G. and Watkins, M. (2014), 'The 'schooled identities' of Australian multiculturalism : professional vision, reflexive civility and education for a culturally complex world', Advancing Race and Ethnicity in Education, Palgrave 9781137274755.
  • Noble, G. and El-Tabar, P. (2014), 'Learning to be Lebanese : fashioning an ethnicised habitus in multicultural Australia', Palestinian, Lebanese and Syrian Communities in the World: Theoretical Frameworks and Empirical Studies, Universitatsverlag Winter 9783825364038.
  • Noble, G. and El-Tabar, P. (2014), ''I am lord, ... I am local' : migrant masculinity, sex and making yourself at home', Masculinities and Place, Ashgate 9781472409799.
  • Noble, G. (2012), 'Home objects', International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Elsevier 9780080471631.
  • Noble, G. (2012), 'Where's the moral in moral panic? : Islam, evil and moral turbulence', Global Islamophobia: Muslims and Moral Panic in the West, Ashgate 9781409431190.
  • Noble, G. (2011), 'Belonging in Bennelong: Ironic Inclusion and Cosmopolitan Joy in John Howard's (Former) Electorate', Ocean to Outback: Cosmopolitanism in Contemporary Australia, UWA Publishing 9781921401565.
  • Seidler, K. and Noble, G. (2010), ''I just lost it': Offenders' Rationalisations for Criminal Violence', Crime, Culture and Violence: Understanding how masculinity and identity shapes offending, Australian Academic Press 9781921513565.
  • Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2010), 'The productivity of stillness: composure and the scholarly habitus', Stillness in a Mobile World, Routledge 9780415572620.
  • Noble, G. (2009), 'Where the bloody hell are we? Multicultural Manners in a world of hyperdiversity', Lines in the Sand: The Cronulla Riots, Multiculturalism and National Belonging, Sydney Institute of Criminology Press 9780975196786.
  • Noble, G. (2009), 'Everyday Cosmopolitanism and the Labour of Intercultural Community', Everyday Multiculturalism, Palgrave Macmillan 9780230210370.
  • Poynting, S., El-Tabar, P. and Noble, G. (2009), 'Looking for Respect: Lebanese Young Men in Australia', Migrant Men: Critical Studies of Masculinities and the Migration Experience, Routledge 9780415994859.
  • Noble, G. (2008), 'Living with things: Consumption, material culture and everyday life', Cultural Theory in Everyday Practice, Oxford 9780195562453.
  • Noble, G. and Poynting, S. (2008), 'Neither Relaxed nor Comfortable: The Uncivil Regulation of the Muslim Other', Fear: Critical Geopolitics and Everyday Life, Ashgate 9780754649663.
  • Poynting, S., Noble, G., El-Tabar, P. and Collins, J. (2008), ''You deserve it because you are Australian' : the moral panic over 'ethnic gang rape'', Gender and Crime: A Reader, Open Univesity Press 9780335225224.
  • Cahir, J. and Noble, G. (2007), ''It's a security thing': Mobile phones and moral regulation', Outrageous! Moral Panics in Australia, ACYS Publishing 9781875326596.
  • Poynting, S. and Noble, G. (2007), 'Muslims and Arabs in the Australian media since 9/11', How The World's News Media Reacted To 9/11: Essays from Around the Globe, Marquette Books 9780922993734.
  • Noble, G. and Poynting, S. (2006), 'The daily frustrations you have to live with: everyday racism and the social exclusion of Arab and Muslim Australians since Spetember 11, 2001', Terrorism, Media, Society, Adam Marszalek 9788374415613.
  • Poynting, S., El-Tabar, P. and Noble, G. (2005), 'Representations of youth in Sydney: a critique of liberal rhetoric about young Lebanese immigrants', Lebanese Diaspora: History, Racism and Belonging Beirut, Lebanese American University Press 9953461007.
  • Poynting, S., Noble, G. and El-Tabar, P. (2003), 'Protest Masculinity and Lebanese youth in Western Sydney: A ethnographic study', Male Trouble: Looking at Australian masculinities, Pluto Press Australia 1864031212.
  • Noble, G. (2003), 'Everyday Work', Interpreting Everyday Culture, Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd 0340808527.
  • Noble, G. and El-Tabar, P. (2002), 'On Being Lebanese-Australian: hybridity, essentialism and strategy among Arabic-Speaking Youth', Arab-Australians Today: Citizenship and Belonging, Melbourne University Press 0522849792.

Journal Articles

  • Noble, G. and Idriss, S. (2020), 'Cosmopolitics in the Syrian Australian diaspora', Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 41, no 2 , pp 116 - 131.
  • Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2019), 'Lazy multiculturalism : cultural essentialism and the persistence of the Multicultural Day in Australian schools', Ethnography and Education, vol 14, no 3 , pp 295 - 310.
  • Noble, G. and Ang, I. (2018), 'Ethnicity and cultural consumption in Australia', Continuum, vol 32, no 3 , pp 296 - 307.
  • Noble, G. and El-Tabar, P. (2017), 'Wounded detachments : Cronulla, social memory and the injuries of racism', Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 38, no 3 , pp 271 - 283.
  • Noble, G. (2017), ''Asian fails' and the problem of bad Korean boys : multiculturalism and the construction of an educational 'problem'', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol 43, no 14 , pp 2456 - 2471.
  • Johns, A., Noble, G. and Harris, A. (2017), 'After Cronulla : 'where the bloody hell are we now?'', Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 38, no 3 , pp 249 - 254.
  • Watkins, M., Lean, G. and Noble, G. (2016), 'Multicultural education : the state of play from an Australian perspective', Race, Ethnicity and Education, vol 19, no 1 , pp 46 - 66.
  • Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2016), 'Thinking beyond recognition : multiculturalism, cultural intelligence, and the professional capacities of teachers', Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies, vol 38, no 1 , pp 42 - 57.
  • Rowe, D., Noble, G., Bennett, T. and Kelly, M. (2016), 'Transforming cultures? : from creative nation to creative Australia', Media International Australia, vol 158, no 1 , pp 6 - 16.
  • Noble, G. (2016), 'Afterword : from anxiety to hope', Patterns of Prejudice, vol 50, no 2 , pp 207 - 211.
  • Wise, A. and Noble, G. (2016), 'Convivialities : an orientation', Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 37, no 5 , pp 423 - 431.
  • Dunn, K., Lean, G., Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2014), 'The visibility of racism : perceptions of cultural diversity and multicultural education in state schools', International Journal of Organizational Diversity, vol 15, no 1 , pp 17 - 29.
  • Noble, G. (2013), 'Strange familiarities : a response to Ash Amin's Land of Strangers', Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, vol 20, no 1 , pp 31 - 36.
  • Bennett, T., Dodsworth, F., Noble, G., Poovey, M. and Watkins, M. (2013), 'Habit and habituation : governance and the social', Body & Society, vol 19, no 2-3 , pp 3 - 29.
  • Bennett, T., Frow, J., Hage, G. and Noble, G. (2013), 'Antipodean fields : working with Bourdieu', Journal of Sociology, vol 49, no 2-3 , pp 129 - 150.
  • Noble, G. (2013), ''It is home but it is not home' : habitus, field and the migrant', Journal of Sociology, vol 49, no 2-3 , pp 341 - 356.
  • Noble, G. (2013), 'Cosmopolitan habits : the capacities and habitats of intercultural conviviality', Body and Society, vol 19, no 2-3 , pp 162 - 185.
  • Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2011), 'Losing touch: Pedagogies of incorporation and the ability to write', Social Semiotics, vol 21, no 4 , pp 503 - 516.
  • Noble, G. (2011), 'Bumping into alterity : transacting cultural complexities', Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol 25, no 6 , pp 827 - 840.
  • Noble, G. (2010), 'Shifty insecurities', Ethnopolitics, vol 9, no 2 , pp 263 - 267.
  • Noble, G. and Poynting, S. (2010), 'White lines : the intercultural politics of everyday movement in social spaces', Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 31, no 5 , pp 489 - 505.
  • Noble, G. and Watkins, M. (2009), 'On the arts of stillness : towards a pedagogy of composure', Media / Culture, vol 12, no 1 .
  • Noble, G. (2009), ''Countless acts of recognition': Young men, ethnicity and the messiness of identities in everyday life', Social and Cultural Geography, vol 10, no 8 , pp 875 - 891.
  • Noble, G. (2009), 'How do you teach Cultural Studies? Or, The Uses of Textbooks', Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol 23, no 3 , pp 401 - 408.
  • El-Tabar, P., Poynting, S., Noble, G. and Collins, J. (2008), 'The Lebanese community in Sydney: a socioeconomic and cultural reading [in Arabic]', Idafat, The Arab Journal of Sociology, vol 2 , pp 24 - 58.
  • Noble, G. (2008), 'The face of evil : demonising the Arab other in contemporary Australia', Cultural Studies Review, vol 14, no 2 , pp 14 - 33.
  • Noble, G. (2007), 'Respect and Respectability amongst Second-generation Arab and Muslim Australian Men', Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 28, no 3 , pp 331 - 344.
  • Poynting, S. and Noble, G. (2006), 'Muslims and Arabs in the Australian Media since 9/11 September 2001', Global Media Journal, vol 2, no 2 , pp 89 - 102.
  • Noble, G. (2005), 'The Discomfort of Strangers: Racism, Incivility and Ontological Security in a Relaxed and Comfortable Nation', Journal of Intercultural STudies, vol 26, no 40575 , pp 107 - 120.
  • Noble, G. (2004), 'Accumulating Being', International Journal of Cultural Studies, vol 7, no 2 , pp 233 - 256.
  • Poynting, S., Tabar, P. and Noble, G. (2003), 'Lost between cultures or resisting racism : second generation Lebanese immigrant young men in Sydney', Palma Journal, vol 9, no 1 , pp 93 - 114.
  • Noble, G. and Poynting, S. (2003), 'Acts of War: Military metaphors in representation of Lebanese youth gangs', Media International Australia, vol 106 , pp 110 - 123.
  • Poynting, S. and Noble, G. (2003), 'Dog whistle journalism and Muslim Australians since 2001', Media International Australia, vol 109 , pp 41 - 49.
  • Watkins, M. and Noble, G. (2003), 'So, how did Bourdieu Learn to Play Tennis? Habitus, Consciousness and Habituation', Cultural Studies, vol 17, no 3 , pp 520 - 538.
  • El-Tabar, P., Noble, G. and Poynting, S. (2003), 'The rise and falter of the field of ethnic politics in Australia', Journal of Intercultural Studies, vol 24, no 3 , pp 275 - 295.
  • Lupton, D. and Noble, G. (2002), 'Mine/Not Mine: Appropriating Personal Computers in the Academic Workplace', Journal of Sociology, vol 38 , pp 5 - 23.
  • Noble, G. (2002), 'Comfortable and Relaxed: Furnishing the Home and Nation', Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol 16, no 1 , pp 53 - 66.
  • Poynting, S., Noble, G. and El-Tabar, P. (2001), 'Middle Eastern Appearances: "Ethnic Gangs", Moral Panic and Media Framing', The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, vol 34, no 1 , pp 67 - 90.
  • Noble, G. and Baldwin, R. (2001), 'Sly chicks and troublemakers: car stickers, nonsense and the allure of strangeness', Social Semiotics, vol 11, no 1 , pp 75 - 89.

Other Publications

  • 2019, 'It's Complex! Working with Students of Refugee Backgrounds and Their Families in New South Wales Public Schools', Report
  • 2014, 'Rethinking Multiculturalism, Reassessing Multicultural Education. Project Report Number 3: Knowledge Translation and Action Research', Report
  • 2014, 'Rethinking Multiculturalism, Reassessing Multicultural Education. Project Report Number 2: Perspectives on Multicultural Education', Report
  • 2013, 'Rethinking Multiculturalism, Reassessing Multicultural Education. Project Report Number 1: Surveying New South Wales Public School Teachers', Report
  • 2011, 'Rethinking Multiculturalism, Reassessing Multicultural Education: International Symposium, Institute for Culture and Society, University of Western Sydney, 30-31 August 2011: Report', Report
  • 2009, 'Parents, Diversity and Cultures of Home and School', Report
  • 2008, 'Cultural Practices and Learning: Diversity, Discipline and Dispositions in Schooling', Report
  • 2008, 'Community Languages Matter: Challenges and Opportunities Facing the Community Languages Program in New South Wales', Report
  • 2006, 'Mobility, Gender and Young Drivers: Second Report of the Transforming Drivers Study of Young People and Driving', Report
  • 2006, 'Connecting Diversity: Paradoxes of Multicultural Australia', Report
  • 2005, 'Youth, Media and Driving Messages', Report
  • 2005, 'Youth, Media and Driving Messages: Summary', Report

Greg's recently completed research includes:

Transforming Australian Cultural Fields (ARC, led by Prof. Tony Bennett)

Mapping the Educational Experiences of Refugee Students (with Megan Watkins, NSW Teachers Federation)

Rethinking Multiculturalism, Reassessing Multicultural Education (ARC, with Megan Watkins and Kevin Dunn)

Cultural Practices of Learning (ARC with Megan Watkins)

This information has been contributed by Professor Noble.

Current Projects

Title: Assembling and Governing Habits
Funder:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
Western Researchers: Tony Bennett, Gay Hawkins and Gregory Noble
Years: 2017-06-30 - 2020-12-31
ID: P00023217
Title: Schooling, Parenting and Ethnicity: Asian Migration and Australian Education
Funder:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
Western Researchers: Megan Watkins and Gregory Noble
Years: 2020-03-31 - 2023-02-28
ID: P00025590

Previous Projects

Title: Discipline and Diversity: Cultural Practices and Dispositions of Learning
Funder:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
  • NSW Department of Education & Training
Western Researchers: Gregory Noble and Megan Watkins
Years: 2005-11-30 - 2008-06-30
ID: P0014558
Title: The Cultural Research Network [via UQLD]
Funder:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
Western Researchers: Gregory Noble, Zoe Sofoulis, Kay Anderson and Ien Ang
Years: 2005-07-21 - 2010-07-21
ID: P0014826
Title: Informal Pathways to Wellbeing: Cultural forms of belonging, inclusion and engagement for young people in Western Sydney
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Gregory Noble
Years: 2006-12-28 - 2010-12-30
ID: P0014867
Title: A Pilot Study of the NSW Community Languages Schools Program - an extension of the empirical base
Funder:
  • NSW Federation of Community Language Schools
Western Researchers: Gregory Noble and Bruno Di Biase
Years: 2007-03-12 - 2007-04-30
ID: P0015604
Title: A Pilot Study of the NSW Community Languages Schools Program
Funder:
  • NSW Department of Education & Training
Western Researchers: Gregory Noble and Bruno Di Biase
Years: 2006-06-20 - 2006-09-20
ID: P0015227
Title: Transforming Drivers: Driving as Social, cultural and Gendered Practice
Funder:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
  • National Roads and Motorists Association Ltd
Western Researchers: Zoe Sofoulis, Gregory Noble and Sarah Redshaw
Years: 2003-02-04 - 2006-02-03
ID: P0012592
Title: She Be Faz'i (Something to fear): Lebanese Australian young men from teenages to adults during 'ethnic gang' panics in western Sydney
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Scott Poynting and Gregory Noble
Years: 2003-01-04 - 2004-01-31
ID: P0011718
Title: Driving Messages: Meanings and Counter Meanings
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Zoe Sofoulis, Gregory Noble and Sarah Redshaw
Years: 2002-01-01 - 2002-12-31
ID: P0011554
Title: Multiculturalism Research Project (Living Diversity 2)
Funder:
  • Special Broadcasting Service Corporation
Western Researchers: Ien Ang and Gregory Noble
Years: 2005-07-19 - 2011-12-31
ID: P0014909
Title: The Middle East from the Outer West: International News and Arab Diasporas
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Ien Ang, Gregory Noble and David Rowe
Years: 2006-06-08 - 2007-06-07
ID: P0015167
Title: SBS and Trends in Multiculturalism
Funder:
  • Special Broadcasting Service Corporation
Western Researchers: Ien Ang and Gregory Noble
Years: 2001-12-06 - 2002-07-31
ID: P0013034
Title: Everyday experiences of gender, sexuality and ethnicity among young people in south-western and southern Sydney
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
  • Lebanese Communities Council
  • FPA Health
  • Lebanese Muslim Association
  • Sutherland Shire Council
  • Australian Multicultural Foundation
Western Researchers: Scott Poynting and Gregory Noble
Years: 2003-04-08 - 2004-03-02
ID: P0010748
Title: Australian Cultural Fields: National and Transnational Dynamics
Funder:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
Western Researchers: Tony Bennett, David Rowe, Gregory Noble, Emma Waterton and Deborah Stevenson
Years: 2014-05-14 - 2018-12-31
ID: P00021441
Title: The Just-in-Time Self: Young Men, Skill and Narratives of Aspiration in the New Economy
Funder:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
Western Researchers: George Morgan and Gregory Noble
Years: 2009-01-01 - 2011-12-31
ID: P0016042
Title: Reassessing Multicultural Education Pilot Project
Funder:
  • NSW Department of Education & Training
Western Researchers: Megan Watkins and Gregory Noble
Years: 2008-06-12 - 2011-12-31
ID: P00016217
Title: Studying Transnationality: Masterclass, seminar and grant proposal with Professor John Eade
Funder:
  • Australian Academy of the Humanities
Western Researchers: Gregory Noble
Years: 2010-01-14 - 2010-02-01
ID: P00017671
Title: Rethinking Multiculturalism/Reassessing Multicultural Education
Funder:
  • NSW Department of Education & Training
  • NSW Institute of Teachers
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Megan Watkins, Gregory Noble and Kevin Dunn
Years: 2010-11-12 - 2017-06-30
ID: P00017819
Title: Mapping the Educational Experiences of Refugee Students (MEERS)
Funder:
  • NSW Teachers Federation
Western Researchers: Megan Watkins and Gregory Noble
Years: 2017-11-13 - 2018-12-01
ID: P00024604

Supervision

Professor Noble is available to be a principal supervisor for doctoral projects

Current Supervision

Thesis Title: Religious Values in Civic Engagement in Indonesian Higher Education
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: Shaping up Bodies: An Ethnography of Masculinities and Physical Training in Sydney
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: The Role of Family Environment in Lebanese Migrants' Education: Al-Minia Case Study
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: In what ways might in-country education experience contribute to the development of "interculturality"?
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: Working with Whiteness: comparative studies about the neglected bamboo ceiling among Chinese middle-class female immigrants in Shanghai and Sydney
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: Distances in the Field: Mapping Similarity and Familiarity in the Production, Curation, and Consumption of Australian Art Music
Field of Research: Music; Sociology

Previous Supervision

Thesis Title: The computer at home: Material Culture and the Relationship of Ownership.
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: AFTERSHOCK: A Cultural Analysis of the Canberra Hospital Implosion
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: 'The Most Cosmopolitan Island under the Sun'? Negotiating Ethnicity and Nationhood in Everyday Mauritius
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: No longer in exile: Shifting experiences of home, homeland and identity for East Timorese in Australia.
Field of Research: Studies In Human Society
Thesis Title: Modified: Cars, Culture and Event Mechanics
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: BOYS LIKE THEM: The Role of the Courts in Moral Panics around "Muslim" Gang Rape.
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: Officing: Professionals' Daily ICT use and the Changing Space and Time of Work
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: Muslim Youth and the Mufti: Youth Discourses on Identity and Religious Leadership under Media Scrutiny
Field of Research: Studies In Human Society
Thesis Title: "You went there for the people and went there for the bands". The Sandringham Hotel - 1980 to 1998
Field of Research: Communication And Media Studies
Thesis Title: Traces of Trust: A Study of Text Messaging in Everyday Life
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: Paradoxical Integration: Globalised Knowledge Flows and Chinese Concepts in Social Theory
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: Accumulating Resilience: An Investigation of the Migration and Resettlement Experiences of Young Sudanese People in the Western Sydney Area
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: Globalised Muslim Youth: A Study of Singapore and Sydney
Field of Research: Sociology
Thesis Title: The 'Race' for Camden. The Camden Islamic School Controversy.
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: Chinese and Italian Place Brands in Contemporary Sydney: Assembling Ethnicity and the City
Field of Research: Other Society And Culture
Thesis Title: 'Everything Creative is Non-Leb': The Creative Vocational Aspirations of Arab-Australian Young Men
Field of Research: Studies In Human Society
Thesis Title: "...diversity is regarded as a strength and an asset": Multiculturalism as Understood, Valued and Lived in Two Regional Australian High Schools
Field of Research: Curriculum And Education Studies; Policy Studies; Sociology
Thesis Title: Writing the Arab-Australian Narrative: The Development of New Autobiographical and Semi-Autobiographical Literature on Arab-Australian Muslim Male Identities from Western Sydney
Field of Research: Creative Arts; Other Creative Arts
Thesis Title: Order on the Court: The Interactional Organization of Basketball Practice Activities
Field of Research: Society And Culture Not Elsewhere Classified; Sociology; Sports Coaching, Officiating And Instruction
Thesis Title: On the Outskirts?: Exploring the Sydney Roller Derby Scene
Field of Research: Studies In Human Society Not Elsewhere Classified
Thesis Title: Homely Mobility: Class, Place, and Higher Education
Field of Research: Society And Culture
Thesis Title: Challenges of Leadership in Arts Policy and Practice in Multicultural Australia
Field of Research: Other Society And Culture; Policy Studies
Thesis Title: Issues of 'Interculturality' in Indonesian language teaching
Field of Research: English As A Second Language Teaching; Society And Culture Not Elsewhere Classified; Teacher Education; Society And Culture
Thesis Title: The discourse of choice and the 'missing generation'
Field of Research: Society And Culture; Sociology; Studies In Human Society Not Elsewhere Classified
Thesis Title: Steven Lukes and the 'Three-Dimensional' Power of Neoliberal Discourse: A Case Study of Australian Policy Documentation
Field of Research: Society And Culture Not Elsewhere Classified
Thesis Title: Men in Feminism: The Male Feminist
Field of Research: Other Society And Culture

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