Brendan Churchill
Brendan Churchill
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Dual‐earner Parent Couples’ Work and Care during COVID‐19
L Craig, B Churchill
Gender, Work & Organization, 2020
1552020
Caring during COVID‐19: A gendered analysis of Australian university responses to managing remote working and caring responsibilities
M Nash, B Churchill
Gender, Work and Organizations, 2020
652020
‘That’s not necessarily for them’: LGBTIQ+ young people, social media platform affordances and identity curation
B Hanckel, S Vivienne, P Byron, B Robards, B Churchill
Media, Culture & Society 41 (8), 1261-1278, 2019
502019
Forming connections in the digital era: Tinder, a new tool in young Australian intimate life
L Newett, B Churchill, B Robards
Journal of Sociology 54 (3), 346-361, 2018
462018
" Hey, i'm having these experiences": Tumblr use and young people's queer (dis) connections
P Byron, B Robards, B Hanckel, S Vivienne, B Churchill
International Journal of Communication, 2019
312019
Youth employment in Australia: A comparative analysis of labour force participation by age group
L Denny, B Churchill
Journal of Applied Youth Studies 1 (2), 5-23, 2016
302016
COVID‐19 and the immediate impact on young people and employment in Australia: a gendered analysis
B Churchill
Gender, Work & Organization, 2020
282020
Thank god you're here: The coming generation and their role in future-proofing Australia from the challenges of population ageing
B Churchill, L Denny, N Jackson
Australian Journal of Social Issues 49 (3), 373-392, 2014
222014
Gender in the gig economy: Men and women using digital platforms to secure work in Australia
B Churchill, L Craig
Journal of Sociology 55 (4), 741-761, 2019
212019
Discharge, referral and admission: A structured evidence based literature review
E Cummings, C Showell, E Roehrer, B Churchill, KC Yee, MC Wong, ...
Hobart. eHealth Services Research Group, University of Tasmania, 2010
21*2010
Content Analysis
B Churchill
Social Research Methods 3, 254-268, 2013
202013
Twenty years of ‘cyberqueer’: The enduring significance of the Internet for young LGBTIQ+ people
R Robards, B Churchill, S Vivienne, B Hanckel, P Byron
Youth, Sexuality and Sexual Citizenship, 151-167, 2018
182018
Working and caring at home: Gender differences in the effects of COVID-19 on paid and unpaid labor in Australia
L Craig, B Churchill
Feminist economics 27 (1-2), 310-326, 2021
172021
Building evaluation capacity in micro community organisations—more burden than benefit?
B Doherty, R Eccleston, E Hansen, K Natalier, B Churchill
Evaluation Journal of Australasia 15 (4), 29-37, 2015
142015
Parenting Stress and the Use of Formal and Informal Child Care: Associations for Fathers and Mothers
L Craig, B Churchill
Journal of Family Issues 39 (12), 3203–3224, 2018
132018
Youth, Recession, and Downward Gender Convergence: Young People’s Employment, Education, and Homemaking in Finland, Spain, Taiwan, and the United States 2000–2013
L Craig, B Churchill, M Wong
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 26 (1), 59–86, 2019
122019
Reviewing changes to housing management on remote Indigenous communities
D Habibis, R Phillips, A Spinney, P Phibbs, B Churchill
AHURI Final Report 271, 1-168, 2016
122016
Gendered and generational inequalities in the gig economy era
B Churchill, S Ravn, L Craig
Journal of Sociology 55 (4), 627-636, 2019
112019
Why coronavirus may forever change the way we care within families
L Ruppanner, B Churchill, W Scarborough
The Conversation, 2020
102020
Labor Force Status, Transitions, and Mothers' and Fathers' Parenting Stress: Direct and Cross‐Spousal Influences.
L Craig, B Churchill
Journal of Marriage and Family 81 (2), 345-360, 2019
8*2019
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