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Editorial

Eileen Clark: Welcome to the final issue of Nexus for 2017. November is traditionally the month when TASA holds its Annual Conference showcasing members’ research and we hope this issue of Nexus will whet your appetites. In the first article, Brady Robards gives some tips on getting the most out of conference attendance. Those who […]

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Editorial

Peter Robinson: Welcome to the August 2017 issue of Nexus, in which the focus is on rural sociology and the methodologies of doctoral candidates. As well, we invite readers to contribute to a discussion in the next issue of research ethics, a perennial for research-active academics, and one requiring more thought and reflection as sources […]

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Editorial

Eileen Clark: Welcome to this issue of Nexus, in which we sum up the very successful 2016 TASA Conference held at the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne. The campus itself mirrored the conference theme, Cities and Successful Societies, with its clever blending of the new and the old. The striking Mannix building had everything needed […]

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Editors’ Letter

Eileen Clark, Clarks Clerks & Alexia Maddox, Deakin University:             We welcome you to our first issue of Nexus as editors. We hope you enjoy it and find it thought provoking and informative. There is discussion of the marriage equality plebiscite, insights into the use of new technologies in research, […]

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Editor’s Letter

Written by Sue Malta, outgoing Nexus editor: With all things Brexit monopolising the news landscape, it seems valid that I co-opt the catchphrase, as this issue marks my Nexit – my last edition as editor of Nexus. This edition contains two groups of themed articles on issues that are both topical and, for me, compelling. The […]

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Introduction: Nexus Editor

Written by Eileen Clark, Clarks Clerks, incoming Nexus editor: I came to sociology as a mature-age student after several years working in health sciences. In those halcyon days, I was lucky enough after graduation to get a lecturing position and I eventually spent 20 years working in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Wodonga […]

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Introduction: Nexus Editor

Written by Alexia Maddox, Deakin University, incoming Nexus editor: Alexia is a sociologist interested in the experience of digital community and thinking into how to visualise social form. She combines her passion for researching digital social frontiers with an eclectic interest in research methodology and exploring ways to bring these two passions together to shed new insights […]

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Editor’s Letter – Volume 28, Issue 1

Written by Sue Malta, Editor, Nexus: This issue of Nexus brings an extended report from the 2015 national conference held in beautiful tropical Cairns. We start with excerpts from some the keynote addresses, bringing us a range of perspectives on the conference theme of Neoliberalism and contemporary challenges for the Asia-Pacific. We begin with the stirring words […]

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