Emma Mitchell
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Emma's research and teaching experience has been focused on social policy and the sociology of everyday life, with an emphasis on issues of diversity, multiculturalism, and colonialism in sphere of social security and community welfare. She also teaches qualitative methodologies, including an intensive introduction to qualitative research run by ACSPRI.

Emma's research interests include diversity and social policy, social inequality and social justice, multiculturalism, (post) colonialism and settler/Indigenous relations, and feminist and critical race/ethnicity perspectives of these areas.


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