'Human' or 'objective' faces of science? Gender stereotypes and the representation of scientists in the media
This article examines contemporary representations of female and male scientists in The New York Times with a particular emphasis on stereotypes related to gender and science as a profession.
This special issue invites reassessments across disciplines, broadly questioning and complicating feminist histories, debates, and politics of care and caring
This article has clear practical implications for better understanding men’s experiences of anxiety and their anxiety-related help-seeking preferences
We celebrate all those ANU women who were honoured in 2020
This article takes the documentary film The Hunting Ground, and the controversy it provoked, as a starting point for interrogating approaches to the representation and regulation of sexual assault on campus.
This paper examines the structural drivers that shape everyday life, and how we can move to a more resilient, healthy and fair society.
Do Individuals with Higher Education Prefer Smaller Families? Education, Fertility Preference and the Value of Children in Greater Jakarta
This paper explores the association between education and fertility preference in Greater Jakarta.