Rae Cooper - Newsroom articles
Dons get jump on Game of Thrones finale 29 Jun 2016
The Australian, The Australian's High Wired
The Australian and The Australian's High Wired reported University of Sydney academics have given their predictions on which character will rule the Iron Throne in the popular Game of Thrones television show in a video produced by the University. Associate Professor Rae Cooper was quoted.
ABC The Drum
Associate Professor Rae Cooper and PhD candidate Sally Hanna-Osborne wrote an opinion piece for The Drum on the representation of women in parliament.
Rae Cooper on ABC South West WA 02 Jun 2016
ABC South West WA
Associate Professor Rae Cooper was interviewed on ABC South West WA about the Diversity Council of Australia’s campaign for gender inclusive language in the workplace, called Words At Work.
ABC Online quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the new Workplace Diversity Council campaign called Words At Work, and the importance of inclusive language at work.
Associate Professor Rae Cooper and Professor Marian Baird were mentioned in Women's Agenda about research by Dr Meraiah Foley on self employed mothers.
The Conversation and Women's Agenda published an article by Associate Professor Rae Cooper about the need for trade unions to appeal to women.
What's wrong with girls' jobs? 10 Apr 2016
Australian Financial Review
AFR Weekend quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper about gender segregated workplaces in Australia and the importance of transparency when reporting on the gender pay gap.
Daily Life quoted Associate Professor Rae Cooper from the Business School about a proposed reduction in penalty rates and how it would impact women in the workplace.
Rae Cooper on ABC Goldfields 09 Mar 2016
ABC Goldfields spoke to Associate Professor Rae Cooper about her research on sexual harassment by customers in the service sector.
Rae Cooper on ABC 08 Mar 2016
Associate Professor Cooper was interviewed on ABC (News 24, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth, The World Today, NewsRadio) about her research on flexible working arrangements and the gender pay gap in relation to the NSW Premier announcing all NSW public service jobs will be flexible by 2019.