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A J Brown

A J Brown is professor of public policy and law, and program leader, public integrity and anti-corruption, in the Centre for Governance & Public Policy, Griffith University. He is also a former senior investigator for the Commonwealth Ombudsman, Associate to Justice Tony Fitzgerald AC QC, ministerial advisor in the first Beattie Government, and current member of the board of Transparency International Australia: http://www.transparency.org.au

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A. Jaime Morales Jr.

Doctoral Student, University of Connecticut
Jaime Morales is a doctoral student at the University of Connecticut where he is earning his PhD in Sports Management. His research interests broadly include Latinos & sports, sports-based youth development, and Catholicism & sports. Prior to joining UConn, Jaime earned a M.S. in Sport Management and a M.A. in Sociology at the University of Tennessee.

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A. Joseph Dial

Disco Network Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Purdue University
I hold a PhD from North Carolina State University’s Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (CRDM) program where my expertise is in materialist and digital media studies, digital humanities, and cultural studies of technology and race. These areas of expertise inform my research and teaching interests, which, broadly sketched, are Black studies, affective labor, popular culture, urban spaces and temporal flows, and the nexus between sports and science and technology. Currently, I am a DISCO (Design, Inquiry, Speculation, Collaboration, Optimism) Network Postdoctoral Research Fellow where I work at Purdue University’s Humanities and Technoscience (HAT) Lab. Situated at the intersection of the humanities and STEM, the Humanities and Technoscience (HAT) lab will build-out collaborative, interdisciplinary relationships with Purdue’s various departments and schools and experiment with new teaching modules, possible degree programs, and a new project-based course: DISCO STEM+Humanities Technoscience, offering a hands-on, technology-based student experience.

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A.T. Kingsmith

Lecturer, Liberal Arts and Sciences, OCAD University
I am a writer, technologist, and mental health researcher. I currently teach in the Faculty of Arts and Science at OCADU and recently completed a PhD on the political economy of anxiety at York University. I am also co-founder and managing director of EiQ Technologies Inc., an emotion-AI start-up formerly based in the Design Fabrication Zone at Toronto Metropolitan University. My work has been featured in Asylum Magazine, Public Seminar, The LA Review of Books, Mad in America, Policy Options, the CBC and elsewhere.

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Aalia Cassim

Visiting Researcher, Southern Centre for Inequality Studies, University of the Witwatersrand
Aalia Cassim is a Visiting Researcher at the Southern Centre for Inequality Studies, the University of the Witwatersrand, and a director at the National Treasury of South Africa. She has obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Witwatersrand. She also holds an Honours degree from the University of Witwatersrand and an MSc degree in Development Economics from the School of Oriental and Asian Studies at the University of London.

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Aaron Bell

Researcher, PhD Candidate, Biology, University of Saskatchewan
Master’s thesis: The Biogeography of Ground Beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) on the Islands of
Lac la Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Aaron Boley

Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia
Boley is a Canada Research Chair in Planetary Astronomy and the Co-director of the Outer Space Institute

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Aaron Camens

Lecturer in Palaeontology

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Aaron Davis

PhD Candidate, Research Assistant, Sessional Tutor and Assistant Lecturer at the University of South Australia.

Master of Architecture and Master of Sustainable Design from the University of South Australia; Global Voices Australian youth delegate to World Trade Organisation 2014; Rymill House Travel Scholarship recipient and presenter at Australian Heritage Week 2015.

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Aaron Eger

Postdoctoral research fellow, UNSW Sydney
Aaron is a marine scientist researching how we can combine ecological, social, and economic knowledge to provide solutions to wicked problems in our world’s oceans. He works to achieve this goal, not by re-inventing the wheel, but instead by taking a creative view to the information that already exists

Aaron's areas of expertise are: data synthesis and policy recommendations, spatial statistics and analysis, quantitative analysis and forecasting, and economic assessments of environmental services

Aaron is currently working on consolidating information about the best way to restore our underwater forests (kelp beds). For this project he is creating the world's first database of kelp restoration projects, analyzing the efficacy of these projects, providing cost estimates of restoration. Following from this work, Aaron is calculating economic estimates of the ecosystem services provided by Nereocystis, Macrocystis, Laminaria, Ecklonia, and Lessonia forests.

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Aaron Gallagher

PhD Researcher in Communications and Media, School of Communications, Dublin City University
I am a PhD Researcher in Communications at Dublin City University, focusing on sports media. I was a 2022/2023 Fulbright Scholar at the University of Maryland, conducting research at the Povich Center for Sports Journalism. I received my Bachelor’s in Journalism in 2017 followed by my Master’s in Social Media Communications in 2019.

I have worked for a number of years as a sports journalist, and have been published in national publications like The Journal, Irish Times and Ireland's state broadcaster RTÉ. I was Editor-in-Chief of my university’s newspaper and was named National Press Journalist of the Year at the National Student Media Awards. I was awarded News Journalist of the Year at the Hybrid Media Awards and named on SportforBusiness.com’s ’30 Under 30: Young Leaders of Tomorrow’ in 2018.

I took part in the Washington Ireland Programme in 2021 and recently completed a sports policy traineeship with the European Olympic Committee at their EU office in Belgium. I am a Board Member for the International Association for Communication and Sport (IACS) acting as Graduate Student Representative. My research interests are sport, media, journalism and communications.

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Aaron Gilbert

Associate Professor in Finance, Auckland University of Technology

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Aaron Guest

Assistant Professor of Aging, Arizona State University
M. Aaron Guest, PhD, MPH, MSW is a socio-environmental gerontologist and Assistant Professor of Aging in the Center for Innovation in Healthy and Resilient Aging at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.

He is an interdisciplinary trained social-environmental gerontologist interested in the predominant social and environmental domains an individual exists in and how this knowledge can lead to new understandings of health. His work pulls from a diverse, theoretically rich background, including training in public health, with an emphasis on health promotion, social work, with a focus on macro-level policy and community change, health communication, dissemination and implementation science, social network analysis, sociology, and geospatial approaches to understanding health. Through this work, he seeks to develop novel, tailored health interventions that can be utilized to increase the diffusion and translation of health innovations and thus increase access and utilization of critical health programs and services for older adults and their families. In short, he aims to create the optimal person-environment fit for the most advantageous health benefits for individuals as they age.

The scope of his research can be grouped into two overarching themes: Interventions for Decreasing Health Inequities and Improving Health Equity in Aging and Aging in the Social & Built Environments. The thematic connection between these domains is a commitment to, and interest in, the social and built environments in which individuals age – and the development of understandings of the ideal person and environment fit from this knowledge.

In addition to these roles, he serves as the Chair of the Age-Friendly University Global Network Secretariat, based at Arizona State University.

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Aaron Humphrey

Ph.D. Candidate in Media, University of Adelaide

I am a Ph.D. candidate and lecturer at the University of Adelaide, where I am writing a thesis about the use of comics in education. I teach media policy and law and media research methods.
My academic writing has been published in Media International Australia, Digital Humanities Quarterly, Composition Studies, The Comics Grid, and Comics Forum.

I am also a founder and co-organiser of Inkers and Thinkers Symposium, Australia's largest academic conference about graphic narratives, sponsored by the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice.

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Aaron Levine

Atmospheric Research Scientist, CICOES, University of Washington
Aaron F.Z. Levine, Ph.D., is a Research Scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Climate, Ocean and Ecosystem Studies (CICOES) at the University of Washington. His work focuses on topical climate dynamics, sub seasonal to decadal variability, the El Niño Southern Oscillation and prediction and predictability.

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Aaron MacNeil

Professor, Department of Biology, Dalhousie University
Aaron is a marine ecologist working to solve small-scale fisheries problems in the context of climate change. He has worked extensively on coral reef fisheries throughout the Indo-Pacific and is applying these approaches to a wide range of stakeholder-relevant projects in Canada and internationally. He has been honoured as a Member of the New College of the Royal Society of Canada, the Fisheries Society of the British Isles Medal for his contributions to fisheries science, and a Eureka Prize for interdisciplinary research. Aaron is Professor and Tier II Canada Research Chair in Fisheries Ecology and currently heads the Integrated Fisheries lab at Dalhousie University.

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Aaron Nicholas

Senior Lecturer in Economics, Deakin University
I am an Economist specialised in the areas of Behavioural and Experimental Economics.

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Aaron Pycroft

Reader in Criminal Justice and Social Complexity, University of Portsmouth
I have worked in ICJS since 2003 and research, write and teach on issues related to criminology and criminal justice with a particular focus on the application of complexity theory to the ethics and practice of criminal justice. I lead the Transformative Justice Research Cluster in the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth which focuses on the work of prison and probation services in the UK and abroad and the ways these relate to social justice.

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Aaron Robotham

Research Associate Professor & UWA Research Fellow, The University of Western Australia
Aaron Robotham did his PhD at the University of Bristol between 2005-2008. This involved analysing the contents of groups of galaxies discovered in the Australian led 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey. He subsequently moved to St Andrews in the UK and began working on the Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA) survey, which had a large amount of observing time on the Anglo-Australian Telescope in NSW. Using this data Aaron constructed common groups of galaxies, and used this information to infer the dark matter contents of the local Universe.

In order to continue working on GAMA, and to move nearer to collaborators, Aaron moved to ICRAR/UWA in Perth in 2011. Initially this was only meant to be a short trip, but he has stayed there ever since. He continues to be involved in GAMA, and is also now working closely with Australian radio astronomers and simulators who model the Universe in order to understand what we see.

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Aaron Schokman

PhD Candidate, University of Sydney
Aaron Schokman is a lived experience researcher who has recently submitted his PhD thesis at The University of Sydney. Aaron was diagnosed with narcolepsy, a rare and debilitating sleep disorder in his late teens that sparked his interest in research. These include patient-physician collaboration, how we measure treatment success and looking at ways to improve end-user participation (e.g persons living with a condition, family/carers) in health policy development. His current research triangulates the experiences of families, carers, physicians, and those living with narcolepsy to identify what is and isn’t working when living and managing narcolepsy in Australia.

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Aaron Smith-Walter

Assistant Professor of Political Science, UMass Lowell
My research focuses on the use of narratives in the public policy process and how the differential use of various heroes, villains, and victims can be used by policy actors to construct different understandings of policy problems.

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Aaron Specht

Assistant Professor of Health Physics, Purdue University
I am an assistant professor of health physics at Purdue University, and I am currently a visiting scientist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where I also serve as director for the HSPH NIEHS Trace Metals Lab in the Department of Environmental Health. I have a BS in physics and a PhD in medical physics and exposure assessment, both from Purdue University. I did postdoctoral training for three years at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in occupational and environmental health and epidemiology. In 2022, I was named a JPB Harvard Environmental Health Fellow. My thesis was built on perfecting the bone lead measurement of the bone scanning device. Since then, I have advocated for its use, and my colleagues and I have performed more than 17,000 bone lead tests in different communities impacted by lead exposure. Additionally, I have published more than 40 articles covering the use of this same technology used in bone lead measurements.

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Aaron Teo

Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of Southern Queensland
Dr Aaron Teo is a Singaporean Chinese first generation migrant settler living on unceded Jagera and Turrbal lands. He is a Sociologist of Education working as a Lecturer in Curriculum and Pedagogy at the University of Southern Queensland's School of Education. Aaron is Convenor for the Australian Association for Research in Education Social Justice Special Interest Group, Queensland Convenor for the Asian Australian Alliance, 2023 winner of the Carolyn Baker Memorial Prize, and the State Library of Queensland's 2024 John Oxley Honorary Fellow. His research focusses on the raced and gendered subjectivities of migrant teachers from “Asian” backgrounds in the Australian context, as well as critical pedagogies in white Australian (university and school) classroom spaces. Aaron is interested in qualitative research methods, particularly the use of critical autoethnography as a-way of reflexively interrogating experiences at the nexus of migration, racism, sexism, and multiculturalism in the Australian education context.

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Aaron Yin

Associate, Health & Aged Care Program, Grattan Institute
Aaron is an Associate in Grattan Institute’s Health and Aged Care Program. He previously worked at the Victorian Department of Health on projects related to mental health, digital health, and strategic commissioning.

He holds a Bachelor of Biomedicine and Master of Public Health from the University of Melbourne.

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Aaron Zeiler

Director of Partner Strategies - Center for Public Interest Communications, University of Florida
Aaron’s background has centered on building the communication capacity of organizations and foundations working on issues ranging from public interest technology, prison abolition and public health. He has helped build social media and media relations strategy, facilitated trainings and coachings on storytelling and strategic

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Aaron M. Lien

Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
I am an Assistant Professor of Rangeland Ecology and Adaptive Management in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona. My work is focused on solving emerging challenges in coupled natural human systems. I am an environmental social scientist with training in theories of human behavior and decision making and frameworks for analyzing governance institutions. I also have interdisciplinary training in climate science and rangeland ecology and management. I use this unique combination of skills to engage in transdisciplinary work with ecologists, climate scientists, and political scientists that addresses pressing management and governance challenges including biological invasions, climate change induced forest die-off, migratory species conservation, and adaptive management of rangelands. I teach in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona in our Ecology, Management, and Restoration of Rangelands program. Prior to joining the University of Arizona as a faculty member, I worked for environmental NGOs in Washington, DC and as a research professional at the University of Arizona

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Aaron W. Hunter

Science Guide & Visiting Researcher, Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge
Aaron Guide-Lecturer and Research visitor at the University of Cambridge and is also an adjunct researcher at both the University of Western Australia and Western Australian Museum. Aaron was Senior Lecturer of Palaeontology and Biostratigraphy/Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Curtin University, Western Australia from 2013 to 2017. Aaron had a Visiting Fellowship at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, UK in 2014, collaborating with the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, and is now a Life Member.

After completing his BSc in Geology from Kingston University, specialising in mineral deposits and petroleum geology, and his MSc in Palaeobiology at the University of Bristol, Aaron gained his PhD in echinoderm taphonomy and palaeoecology from the University of London (Birkbeck College & University College London) in 2006.

Aaron has completed Postdoctoral Fellowships at the University of Burgundy, France (CNRS), University of Tokyo, Japan (Royal Society JSPS Fellow and JSPS Bridge Fellow) and University of Göttingen (DAAD), furthering his research into both fossil and extant echinoderms including crinoids (sea lilies) and asterozoans (starfish and brittle stars). In 2010 Aaron was appointed Senior Lecturer at the PETRONAS University of Technology, Malaysia where he established the Malaysian Centre of Palaeobiodiversity (MCPB) and was Deputy Director of the South East Asia Carbonate Research Laboratory (SEACARL), supervising MSc and PhD students and was course director for the undergraduate Palaeontology and Physical Geology courses. During this period he held a short term fellowship at NESCent, Duke University USA and was a visiting associate at the American Museum of Natural History.

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Aart-Jan Verschoor

Senior Manager - Agrimetrics, Agricultural Research Council
Aart-Jan Verschoor has a PhD in agricultural economics and rural development. He joined the ARC in 2003, and is the Senior Manager for Agrimetrics since 2014. Responsibilities include guidance of post graduate students and interns and managing a team of statisticians. He is active in inter-institutional, trans-disciplinary R&D that integrates natural and social science. He manages an EU funded development project and conducts scientific evaluation (M&E) of various projects. He has contributed and authored scientific and popular publications. He is married and has three children, likes nature, coin collecting, music and sport.

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Aarti Gupta

Professor of Global Environmental Governance, Wageningen University
Aarti Gupta is Professor of Global Environmental Governance at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. Her research focuses on the contested politics of transparency and accountability in global environmental and climate governance, and the challenges of anticipatory governance of novel technologies, such as biotechnology and climate engineering. She has published widely on these topics, including Transparency in Global Environmental Governance: Critical Perspectives (2014, MIT Press). She is principal investigator of the TRANSGOV research project on the Transformative Potential of Transparency in Climate Governance (https://trans-gov.org/) and co-lead of the REIMAGINE consortium project on anticipatory climate governance in vulnerable regions of the global South. She is a member of the Scientific Steering Committee of the Earth System Governance (ESG) research alliance, and series co-editor of the Cambridge Elements in Earth System Governance, published by Cambridge University Press. She holds a PhD in Environmental Studies from Yale University, with a background in political science, international relations, and science and technology studies.

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Aarushi Bhandari

Assistant Professor of Sociology, Davidson College
My current research trajectory focuses on the attention economy; the economies constructed for information and communication technologies (ICTs), especially the internet and social media. My book Attention and Alienation: Reflections on the Many promises of ICTs for Social Progress is under contract with Columbia University Press. This book presents quantitative data on internet and mobile penetration across the world from 1990-2020 to unpack the historical impacts these technologies have had on different elements of global change, including international development and social movements. Throughout the book, I weave narratives about my own experiences growing up as a young millennial girl during the Nepali Civil War. These narratives provide the contexts, positions and perspectives that inspire my analysis of the data.

Expanding on my interests in the phenomena of technology and attention, my newer projects focus on the study of meditation and mindfulness as radical tools to reclaim our attention from “big tech” firms and social media platforms. As a teacher, I am especially keen to uncover this line of inquiry to support my students for whom digital and social media are integral aspects of living. My next book project will be at the nexus of the study of attention, mindfulness and the future of technology.

Finally, I am also continuing my work on communication technologies and society through interdisciplinary collaborative projects on the social dimensions of rapidly evolving Artificial Intelligence (AI) and language models.

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Aase Villadsen

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Education, UCL
I am a Senior Research Associate at the UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies.
My educational background is in Sociology with an undergraduate degree from York and a master’s degree from Oxford, and a doctorate degree in Social Intervention also from Oxford.

My work is focused on cohort studies that follow large group of individuals through life. I have worked extensively with the Millennium Cohort Study, which involves around 19,000 participants born in the UK around the millennium. I am particularly interested in children’s and adolescent’s social, behavioural and health outcomes and the underlying factors causing these, with the aim of informing policy.

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Abba Mallum

Clinical Radiation Oncology Consultant, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Dr Abba Mallum is a Clinical Radiation Oncology consultant and honorary clinical fellow in academic training at the University of KwaZulu-Natal/Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital in South Africa. He also serves as an honorary consultant and visiting lecturer at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria, where he earned his medical degree. As the founder of Global Onco Care South Africa, Dr Mallum has helped bridge the gap between public and private healthcare by providing accessible, high-quality, low-cost healthcare, particularly in South Africa's North-West region where public oncology services are limited. He obtained a Master’s in Medicine from Stellenbosch University, South Africa, and is currently pursuing his doctoral training at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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Abbey Stockstill

Assistant Professor of Art History, Southern Methodist University
Abbey Stockstill received her B.A. in Near Eastern languages and civilizations from the University of Pennsylvania and her Ph.D. in the history of art and architecture from Harvard University. Her most recent work focuses on the intersection of architecture, landscape, urbanism and identity in the medieval Mediterranean, particularly in the region of the Islamic West known as the Maghrib (comprising present-day Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia). Her first book manuscript, Marrakesh & the Mountains: Landscape, Identity, and Urban Planning in the Medieval Maghrib (forthcoming), addresses the way the landscape of Marrakesh helps define the ethnosocial identities of two medieval dynasties, the Almoravids and the Almohads. This research has been supported by a number of international institutions including the American Institute of Maghrib Studies, the Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities (TORCH), Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections and the École Nationale d’Architecture du Maroc.

She welcomes applications from prospective M.A. and Ph.D. students with interests in Islamic art and architecture, especially those whose topics may fall under the research categories listed below.

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Abby Chandler

Associate Professor of History, UMass Lowell
Expertise
Early American History, Public History

Research Interests
Legal and Political History, the Eighteenth-century Anglo-American Atlantic world, and Material Culture.
My current book project examines rebellions in 1760s British North America from both local and imperial perspectives.

Education
Ph D: History, (2008), University of Maine at Orono - Orono, ME
Dissertation/Thesis Title: At the Magistrate's Discretion: Sexual Crime and New England Law, 1636-1718
MA: American History, (2002), University of Massachusetts Amherst - Amherst, MA
Supporting Area: Public History
BA: History, (1996), Colby College - Waterville, ME

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Abby Gilsenan

PhD Candidate in the School of Social Policy, University of Birmingham
Abby Gilsenan is currently a fourth year PhD student in the School of Social Policy at the University of Birmingham. Her research is focused on the impact of statutory sex education in Catholic secondary schools on the lives and experiences of young women. She is particularly interested in the way youth sexuality is problematised and understood within policy contexts, and the ways we can centre young peoples’ voices within research. Her work draws on feminist sociological work, education policy and youth studies.

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