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Researcher: Canty, JB (Dr Justin Canty)

Fields of Research

Counselling, wellbeing and community services
Community child health
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social work and social justice
Social theory
Legal institutions (incl. courts and justice systems)
Gender relations
Communication technology and digital media studies
Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledges, histories, culture, country, perspectives and ethics in education
Health and community services
Applied sociology, program evaluation and social impact assessment
Social work
Clinical social work practice
Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy
Transgender studies
Gender, sexuality and education
Health equity

Research Objectives

Children's services and childcare
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander development and wellbeing
Health inequalities
Health protection and disaster response
Legal processes
Higher education
Mental health services
Social structure and health
Social class and inequalities
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage and culture
Gender and sexualities
Gender aspects in education

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'If they're your friend then it's not bullying': investigating the usefulness of membership categorisation analysis for analysing children's accounts of online bullying; The 9th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Conference
'What is the best thing about being an Indigenous Father in Australia', Interview with Joel Rheinberger
34 | The benefits of a disrupted 'place' for a placement: the potential of virtual student units during a global pandemic; 2020 virtual Australian and New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research (ANZSWWER) & National Field Education Network (NFEN) Workshop: 'Social Work in a Climate of Change'
Action is necessary but not sufficient: the significance of relational context for children in defining bullying; World Anti-Bullying Forum 2017
Beyond binary: (re)defining “gender” for 21st century disaster risk reduction research, policy, and practice; International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Children, social media and the trouble with defining bullying: pre-conference workshop; 19th Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association
Co-producing a social workable matter: topics and collaborating in social work encounters; Qualitative Social Work
Investigating suspected suicides: New Zealand coroners’ experiences; Death Studies
Sense and ethnomethodological sensibility – an experiment in multiple qualitative methods; 11th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Conference
Simulating 'that jaw drop moment': challenging heteronormative assumptions in a novel clinical consultation skills session with undergraduate medical students; MedEdPublish
Social work and public health – Logical collaborators; Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work
The Last Taboo? Teaching skills for clinical consultations with sex/gender diverse people in medical education; 4th ANZPATH Biennial Conference Australian and New Zealand Transgender Health Finding a New Narrative
The trouble with bullying: deconstructing the conventional definition of bullying for a child-centred investigation into children’s use of social media; Children & Society
What is the best thing about being an Indigenous father in Australia?; Australian Social Work
“This person only shares certain information with everyone”: Dealing with challenges of access in designing research for investigating online bullying in children’s accounts of using social media; IIEMCA Conference 2015 – Living the material world
“You Can Get Cyberbullied by Your Friends”: Claiming Authority to Categorise a Past Event as Bullying; Children’s Knowledge-in-Interaction: Studies in Conversation Analysis

Research Projects

Ya pulingina Social Work; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision