Highlighted publications

March Newsletter

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2019

The March 2019 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here .

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Suppress and Express: Breast Milk Donation After Neonatal Death

Author/editor: Carroll, Katherine and Lenne, Brydan

Year published: 2019

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Approaching Bereavement with Heartfelt Positivity

Author/editor: Carroll, Katherine

Year published: 2018

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December Newsletter

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2018

The first edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here .

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Multiple Researcher Roles in Video-Reflexive Ethnography

Multiple Researcher Roles in Video-Reflexive Ethnography

Author/editor: Carroll, K, Mesman, J

Year published: 2018

Hospital-based video-reflexive ethnography (VRE) is a collaborative visual methodology used by researchers and/or health professionals to understand, interpret, and optimize health professionals’ work practices and patients’ experiences. For more than a decade, the VRE methodology has spread...

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Synthetic Biology in Australia: an outlook to 2030

Author/editor: Gray, P. Griffiths, P. Meek, S. Small, I. Trapani, J. Vickers, C and Waldby, C

Year published: 2018

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Why Do We Hurt Ourselves? Understanding Self-Harm in Social Life

Why Do We Hurt Ourselves? Understanding Self-Harm in Social Life

Author/editor: Brossard, B

Year published: 2018

Why does an estimated 5% of the general population intentionally and repeatedly hurt themselves? What are the reasons certain people resort to self-injury as a way to manage their daily lives? In Why Do We Hurt Ourselves , sociologist Baptiste Brossard draws on a five-year survey of self-injurers...

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Curation: a theoretical treatment

Curation: a theoretical treatment

Author/editor: Davis, JL

Year published: 2017

Curation is a key mechanism of sociality in a digital era. With an abundance of information, sifting, sorting, selecting, hiding, and standing out become laborious tasks. While researchers have diligently documented people’s curatorial strategies, digital curation remains undertheorized in its own...

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Do Socialbots Dream of Popping the Filter Bubble? The role of socialbots in promoting participatory democracy in social media

Do Socialbots Dream of Popping the Filter Bubble? The role of socialbots in promoting participatory democracy in social media

Author/editor: Graham, T, Ackland, R

Year published: 2017

Philip K. Dick’s seminal novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (adapted into the film Blade Runner), poses multiple questions about the relations between humans and nonhumans. One such question concerns whether we might one day reach a future in which robotic humanoids (i.e. the titular ‘...

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Freezing for love: Enacting responsible reproductive citizenship through egg freezing

Author/editor: Carroll, Katherine and Kroløkke, Charlotte

Year published: 2017

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