This year, Swinburne celebrates Social Science Week with a week-long series of events to broaden our community’s knowledge of the incredible impact social science has on our lives.
Join us at the event and on social media at #SSW2022.
Discuss the Aussie rules with a real football fan
Swinburne’s Sport Innovation Research Group invites you to ‘group chat’ on award-winning podcast outer sanctuary And each week, we’ll find out how they tackle big ideas and tough problems in sports and beyond.
all-female team outer sanctuary In their podcast, they explain how AFLM and AFLW chats are different. Aussie Rules and Other Sports Unlock his story from the outside through a conscious feminist and inclusive lens.
Dr Kasey Symons of Sport Innovation Research Group will lead the discussion and provide insight into how podcasts such as The Outer Sanctum are changing the way we hear, discuss and consume sports media . With a focus on inclusion and intersectionality, it’s the place to hear football stories and passionate football voices you wouldn’t normally hear.
A night with the Outer Sanctum: Inside the Group Chat will be hosted at Swinburne’s Hawthorn campus and streamed online for those far away.
Work with data scientists
How did teen online forum data help the Alannah & Madeline Foundation develop a social media campaign to prevent online abuse?
What happened when a team of social scientists and data scientists collaborated with a Melbourne nonprofit to visualize social impact through data analytics?
How are Swinburne researchers and the Red Cross working together to identify and map community resources for crisis response?
In this lunchtime webinar, researchers from the ARC Center of Excellence for Automated Decision Making and Society and the Swinburne Node of the Institute for Social Innovation discuss how bringing together social scientists and data scientists can have social impact. give or share.
Together with social innovation researchers Professor Kath Albury, Professor Anthony McCosker, Dr. Yong-Bin Kang, and Dr. Frances Shaw, we will host Social science + data science = impact: Collaboration Methods for industry Partnership.
When Parents Are Not Caregivers
If a child cannot live with their parents, the next best option is to live with a relative or trusted adult on social networks. This is known as “family care”. While that may be great for children, it presents many challenges for families, child protection authorities, and legal fraternity.
Swinburne and Kinship Careers Victoria hosts Kinship Cares. Learn what it’s like to be a kin caregiver, emerging issues in this structure, and ways to improve policies and practices.
It is ideal for students, researchers, advocates and policy makers who are interested in hearing this debate and contributing to supporting families, caregivers and children involved in kinship care in Victoria.