Sharon Aris

Sharon Aris

Course Coordinator, Diploma of Youth Work at Australian College of Applied Psychology

Location:
Level 5, Wynyard Green, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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+61 1800 061 199

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Sharon Aris
Sharon Aris Sharon has broad experience in both education and community practice having worked as a university lecturer and tutor, vocational and professional trainer, policy advisor and advocate and youth worker. She also worked for many years as a journalist in print specialising in social issues and in television as a producer and researcher. Sharon is particularly interested the topics relating to the sociology of youth and the family, and best practice models of working with young people. Sharon Aris (2017) Indian tigers: what high school selection by parents pursuing academic performance reveals about class, culture and migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, published online: 10 Jul. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1315869 Books Aris, S (2005) Being Married, Allen and Unwin, Sydney Aris, S (2003) It's My Party and I'll Knit If I Want To, Allen and Unwin, Sydney Aris (2015) Choosing Schools, Using Temporality and Specialisation to reveal family strategies in school choice, Legitimation Code Theory International Colloquium, Cape Town, South Africa, June 18-19 Aris, S (2015) The More They Stay The Same, Australian Sociological Association Family, Relationships and Gender Research Group Symposium, Melbourne, 30-31 Oct Aris, S (2015) Time Travelling, School of Social and Political Sciences Post Graduate Research Day, University of Sydney, 4 Oct Aris, S (2015) That's Capital! Legitimation Code Theory Roundtable, University of Sydney, 29 May Aris, S (2012) What Knowledge, Which Knowers? School of Sociology and Social Policy Post Graduate Research Day, University of Sydney, Oct

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