Category: Careers in Sociology

War and Peace in Educational Disadvantage

Lea Campbell works as a researcher for a social welfare organisation in Australia, addressing educational disadvantage among young students. She argues that constructive conflict makes a difference in educational policies.

Becoming an Applied Sociologist: A Personal Journey From Student to Academic to Public Servant

Zuleyka Zevallos has a position as Sociologist in the Australian Public Service as well as being an¬†Adjunct Research Fellow with the Institute for Social Research, Australia. Her paper provides a reflexive case study of her career. She argues that sociology students need better vocational… Continue Reading “Becoming an Applied Sociologist: A Personal Journey From Student to Academic to Public Servant”