Faculty in the Media

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September 2017

Faculty in the Media – 11 September 2017

  • Professor Pippa Norris from the Department of Government and International Relations wrote an article published in the New York Times about American foreign policy.
  • Professor Sujatha Fernandes from the Department of Political Economy wrote an article published in The Nation (US) about US President Donald Trump rolling back protections for child migrants.
  • Associate Professor Salvatore Babones from the Department of Sociology and Social Policy spoke to ABC NewsRadio about North Korea.
  • SBS News interviewed Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais from the School of Social and Political Sciences about events in Myanmar.

Faculty in the Media – 8 September 2017

  • The Guardian mentioned research by Troy Henderson, PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Economy, into a universal basic income.
  • Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais from the School of Social and Political Sciences was interviewed on ABC News Sydney about the history of the Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar.

Faculty in the Media – 7 September 2017

  • SBS Online quoted Professor Jonathan Bogais from the School of Social and Political Sciences about Myanmar.
  • ABC Radio Canberra interviewed Peter Hayes, Honorary Professor at the Centre for International Security Studies, about possible energy sanctions by China against North Korea.
  • SF Gate (US) quoted Associate Professor Mark Melatos from the School of Economics about the impact household debt is having on the Australian economy.

Faculty in the Media – 6 September 2017

  • The Australian quoted Dr Fernanda Penaloza from the School of Languages and Cultures about gender equality at Sydney’s Latin American Film Festival.
  • Financial Times (UK) quoted Associate Professor James Reilly from the Department of Government and International Relations about China’s approach to North Korea.
  • Politico (US) mentioned research co-led by Professor Pippa Norris from the Department of Government and International Relations

Faculty in the Media – 5 September 2017

  • New York Times published an article about nuclear weapons written by Stuart Rollo, a doctoral researcher from the Department of Government and International Relations.
  • ABC Radio Adelaide and Triple J interviewed Peter Hayes, Honorary Professor at the Centre for International Security Studies, about North Korea’s latest bomb test.
  • SBS World News interviewed Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais from the School of Social and Political Sciences about the Cambodian government cracking down on independent media and the opposition.

    Time Out (Melbourne) reported a pop-up Globe Theatre in Melbourne will be based on research from the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies.

    Adjunct Associate Professor Michael West from the School of Social and Political Sciences wrote an article published in The Conversation about the Commonwealth Bank’s handling of identity theft cases.

Faculty in the Media – 4 September 2017

  • Dr Chris Pepin-Neff from the Department of Government and International Relations was interviewed on ABC’s The Drum, where the discussion included suicide rates of transgender youth, coal-fired power stations, and the Houston floods.
  • ABC Radio (NewsRadio, Melbourne) interviewed Professor Simon Tormey from the School of Social and Political Sciences about France reforming its labour laws.
  • ABC News TV interviewed Peter Hayes, Honorary Professor at the Centre for International Security Studies, about a missile test by North Korea.

Faculty in the Media – 1 September 2017

  • Associate Professor Armstrong Osborne from the Sydney School of Education and Social Work was interviewed on ABC Radio (Newcastle, NSW Statewide drive) about the Cliefden Caves.
  • Dr Chris Pepin-Neff from the Department of Government and International Relations was quoted by BuzzFeed Australia about advertising campaigns for the same-sex marriage postal survey and how they compare to similar ones run in the US in 2008.
  • ABC Radio Newcastle and ABC Radio Adelaide interviewed Luke Mansillo, PhD Candidate in the Department of Government and International Relations, about his research into the changing attitudes towards the monarchy over the past 50 years. An AAP article syndicated on SBS Online, Yahoo!7 News, Nine News also quoted Mr Mansillo about his research.