Michelle Peterie
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Docility and desert: Government discourses of compassion in Australia’s asylum seeker debate
M Peterie
Journal of Sociology 53 (2), 351-366, 2017
Deprivation, frustration, and trauma: Immigration detention centres as prisons
M Peterie
Refugee Survey Quarterly 37 (3), 279-306, 2018
Social Isolation as Stigma-Management: Explaining Long-Term Unemployed People’s ‘Failure’to Network
M Peterie, G Ramia, G Marston, R Patulny
Sociology 53 (6), 1043-1060, 2019
Emotional compliance and emotion as resistance: shame and anger among the long-term unemployed
M Peterie, G Ramia, G Marston, R Patulny
Work, Employment and Society 33 (5), 794-811, 2019
Emotions in late modernity
R Patulny, A Bellocchi, RE Olson, S Khorana, J McKenzie, M Peterie
Routledge, 2019
“These Few Small Boats”: Representations of Asylum Seekers During Australia’s 1977 and 2001 Elections
M Peterie
Journal of Australian Studies 40 (4), 433-447, 2016
Compulsory income management: Combatting or compounding the underlying causes of homelessness?
M Peterie, S Bielefeld, G Marston, P Mendes, L Humpage
Australian Journal of Social Issues 55 (1), 61-72, 2020
To move or not to move: mobility decision-making in the context of welfare conditionality and paid employment
G Marston, J Zhang, M Peterie, G Ramia, R Patulny, E Cooke
Mobilities 14 (5), 596-611, 2019
Technologies of control: Asylum seeker and volunteer experiences in Australian immigration detention facilities
M Peterie
Journal of Sociology 55 (2), 181-198, 2019
Grey networks: The contradictory dimensions of Australia's immigration detention system
D Neil, M Peterie
Asia Pacific Viewpoint 59 (1), 132-144, 2018
The Trauma Machine: Volunteer Experiences in Australian Immigration Detention Facilities
M Peterie
University of Sydney, 2017
Hidden costs: an independent study into income management in Australia
G Marston, P Mendes, S Bielefeld, M Peterie, Z Staines, S Roche
School of Social Science, The University of Queensland, 2020
The strong, the weak and the meaningful: Do friends or acquaintances help us get" any" job, or" meaningful" work?
R Patulny, G Ramia, Z Feng, MA Peterie, G Marston
Xenophobia towards asylum seekers: A survey of social theories
M Peterie, D Neil
Journal of Sociology 56 (1), 23-35, 2020
Networks, case managers, and the job‐search experiences of unemployed people
G Ramia, M Peterie, R Patulny, G Marston
Social Policy & Administration, 2020
‘I don’t want anybody to see me using it’: cashless welfare cards do more harm than good
G Marston, MA Peterie, P Mendes, Z Staines
Compassion and Power: (Emotional) Reflexivity in Asylum Seeker Friendship Programmes
M Peterie
Emotions in Late Modernity, Chapter 19, 2019
Personal care as political activism: Refugee and asylum seeker friendship programmes
M Peterie
Australian Journal of Social Issues 53 (4), 400-415, 2018
Governing poverty: Compulsory income management and crime in Australia
Z Staines, G Marston, S Bielefeld, L Humpage, P Mendes, M Peterie
Critical Criminology, 1-17, 2020
The complexity of convergence: a multi-dimensional analysis of compulsory income management and social investment in New Zealand and Australia
L Humpage, Z Staines, G Marston, M Peterie, S Bielefeld, P Mendes
Policy Studies, 1-20, 2020
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