Robyn Moore
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What style of leadership do women in STEMM fields perform? Findings from an international survey
M Nash, A Davies, R Moore
PLOS One 12 (10), 1-16, 2017
242017
Whitewashing the gap: The discursive practices of whiteness
R Moore
International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies 5 (2), 2-12, 2012
232012
'I was completely oblivious to gender': an exploration of how women in STEMM navigate leadership in a neoliberal, post-feminist context
M Nash, R Moore
Journal of Gender Studies 28 (4), 449-461, 2019
192019
Exploring methodological challenges of using participant-produced digital video diaries in Antarctica
M Nash, R Moore
Sociological Research Online 23 (3), 589-605, 2018
132018
Youth participation: Grow it or kill it-the formula for both
R Moore
Childrenz Issues: Journal of the Children's Issues Centre 4 (2), 26-28, 2000
82000
Whiteness=politeness: interest-convergence in Australian history textbooks, 1950-2010
R Moore
Critical Discourse Studies 17 (1), 111-129, 2020
62020
Resolving the tensions between white people's active investment in racial inequality and white ignorance: A response to Marzia Milazzo
R Moore
Journal of Applied Philosophy 36 (2), 257-267, 2019
62019
Using the pluriverse concept to critique Eurocentrism in education
K McLeod, R Moore, D Robinson, D Ozkul, S Ciftci, K Vincent
Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching, 2020
42020
An evaluation of a leadership development programme for women in STEMM in Antarctica
M Nash, R Moore
The Polar Journal 8 (1), 110-125, 2018
42018
Difficult conversations: race, class and gender in White Australia
B Churchill, J Baltra-Ulloa, R Moore
Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class, and Gender, 39-46, 2014
42014
Exploring research relationships and other ethical challenges of participatory visual research in remote environments
M Nash, R Moore
Journal of Sociology 55 (3), 604-623, 2019
32019
History textbooks still imply that Australians are white
R Moore
The Conversation, 2017
32017
‘When I look in the bathroom mirror, I see all the women standing behind me’: An evaluation of a leadership development program for women in STEMM
M Nash, R Moore
Journal of Sociology 57 (2), 362-379, 2021
12021
Women’s experiences of racial microaggressions in STEMM workplaces and the importance of white allyship
R Moore, M Nash
International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology 11 (3), 3-22, 2021
12021
‘Walking into a headwind’: What it feels like for women building science careers
R Moore, M Nash
Women's Agenda, 2018
12018
The influence of paternal co-participation on girls’ participation in surfing, mountain biking, and skateboarding in regional Australia
M Nash, R Moore
Leisure Studies 40 (4), 454-467, 2021
2021
Male allyship in institutional STEMM gender equity initiatives
M Nash, R Grant, R Moore, T Winzenberg
Plos one 16 (3), e0248373, 2021
2021
Context and Implications Document for: Who is Australian? National belonging and exclusion in Australian history textbooks
R Moore
Review of Education 9 (1), 78-80, 2021
2021
Who is Australian? National belonging and exclusion in Australian history textbooks
R Moore
Review of Education 9 (1), 55-77, 2021
2021
The casual staff who do 80% of undergrad teaching need more support—here’sa way unis can help
R Moore, E Rudling, M Kunda, S Robin
2021
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