Dr Ian Goodwin-Smith
Ian Goodwin-Smith has research, teaching and broader community interests in social theory, social policy and social justice, which translates to a concern for politics at its broadest, including political theory, Australian politics, social democratic thinking and the community sector.
Peer reviewed articles:
Under review, “Information dissemination amongst the homeless population in Adelaide, Australia: the use of mobile phones and the internet” (with C. Virgo).
Under review, “In the Wonderment of this Taxonomy: Teaching Undergraduate Psychology Towards 2020” (with E. Pearson, R. Ranzijn, A. Campbell & K. Lushington).
In press, “Bloodlust: a Postcolonial Sociology of Childbirth”, Social Identities.
2010, “Aboriginalism in Turn of the Century South Australian Literature”, Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 13 (2).
2010, “Resisting Foucault: the Necessity of Appropriation”, Social Identities, 16 (3).
2009, “Something More Substantive than Social Inclusion”, Social Alternatives, 28 (2).
2009, “First Term Labor and the Question of Identity: an Interview with Hon Mark Butler MP”, Social Alternatives. 28 (3) (with M. Butler).
Peer Reviewed Conference Papers:
2010, “Increasing the work-readiness of Australian Psychology undergraduates through curriculum change”, The Fourth International Conference on Psychology Education (ICOPE), conference held at the University of New South Wales (Janet Bryan, Rob Ranzijn, Michelle Tuckey, Cathy Balfour, Kurt Lushington , Gail Jackman & Ian Goodwin-Smith).
2010, “Strengthening Psychology through venturing beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries”, The Fourth International Conference on Psychology Education (ICOPE), conference held at the University of New South Wales ( Elissa Pearson, Rob Ranzijn, Ian Goodwin-Smith & Alan Campbell).
2009, “Foucault: 25 Years on”, Foucault: 25 Years on, conference held at the University of South Australia.
2011, “Strengthening Teaching and Learning in Psychology Through Looking Beyond Disciplinary Boundaries: a Case-Study from the University of South Australia”, in Victor Karandashev and Sherri McCarthy, Teaching Psychology around the World, 3rd edition, Cambridge Scholars (Elissa Pearson, Rob Ranzjin, Ian Goodwin-Smith, Alan Campbell & Renae Hayward).
Entry last updated: Saturday, 26 Jan 2013