My academic articles and conference presentations.
- 2020 Che Cos’è la Sociologia Applicata. Una Breve Introduzione. Faenza: Homeless Book. (Italian translation of, ‘What is Applied Sociology? A Brief Introduction.’)
- 2003 Z. Zevallos and M. Gilding: ‘I’m Not Your Typical Blond-Haired, Blue-Eyed Skippy’: Second Generation Australians and Multiculturalism, pp. 186-207 in D. Weiss (Ed.) Social Exclusion: An Approach to the Australian Case. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
- 2009 L. Tolsma and Z. Zevallos: Enhancing Community Development in Adelaide by Building on the Social Capital of South Australian Muslim Communities. Hawthorn: Institute for Social Research.
Peer Reviewed Articles
- 2012 Context and Outcomes of Intercultural Education Amongst International Students in Australia, Intercultural Education Journal. 23(1): 41-49.
- 2011 L. Brennan, Z. Zevallos, and W. Binney: Vulnerable Consumers and Debt: Can Social Marketing Assist?, Australasian Marketing Journal 19(3): 203-211. Obtain PDF from publisher.
- 2010 Becoming an Applied Sociologist: A Personal Journey From Student to Academic to Public Servant, Working Notes Issue 1, June, online journal.
- 2008 ‘You Have to be Anglo and Not Look Like Me”: Identity and Belonging Among Young Women of Turkish and Latin American Backgrounds in Melbourne, Australia, Australian Geographer 39(1): 21-43.
- 2008 Z. Zevallos, Z. and N. Kontoleon: The Currency of Violence: Applying Sociological Knowledge to the Modelling of Political Violence, in T. Majoribanks et al. (Eds) Re-imagining Sociology: Proceedings of The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, 2-5 December. Melbourne: Melbourne University.
- 2007 Sociology as “Other” Representing Sociological Knowledge within a National Security Context, in B. Curtis, S. Matthewman and T. McIntosh (Eds) Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans-Tasman Comparisons. TASA/SAANZ 2007 Joint Conference Proceedings. Auckland: University of Auckland.
- 2007 The Hijab as a Social Tool for Identity Mobilisation, Community Education and Inclusion, in S. Ozdowski (Ed.) Access, Inclusion and Success: Muslim Students at Australian Universities National Conference 3-4 September, Conference Proceedings. Sydney: UWS.
- 2006 What Would Durkheim Say? Altruistic Suicide in Analyses of Suicide Terrorism, in V. Colic-Peisker and F. Tilbury (Eds) Sociology for a Mobile World: Proceedings of The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association 4-7 December. Perth: University of Western Australia.
- 2006 ‘Because We Live in a Multicultural World’: Multiculturalism as a Lived Ideology, in S. Velayutham and A. Wise (Eds) Everyday Multiculturalism Conference Proceedings, Centre for Social Inclusion, Macquarie University 28-29 September 2006. Sydney: Macquarie University.
- 2005 ‘Being Australian Is Having Some Sort Of Cultural Background’: The Australian Identities Of Turkish And Latin-American Women’, in R. Julian and R. White (Eds) Community, Place And Change. Proceedings Of The Annual Conference Of The Australian Sociological Association 5-8 December 2006. Hobart: The Australian Sociological Association and The University of Tasmania.
- 2005 ‘It’s Like We’re Their Culture’: Second-Generation Migrant Women Discuss Australian Culture, People And Place 13(2): 41-49.
- 2005 ‘Todos Somos Latinos’: Ethnic Identity Constructions of Second Generation Latin-Australian Women, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies 11(1): 141-149.
- 2005 Community/Identity: Latin Americans in Australia, Journal of Iberian And Latin American Studies 11(1): 93-94.
- 2004 Where Are “Wogs” From? Exploring Subjective Understandings of Racism, in K. Richmond (Ed.) Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century. The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association 8-11 December 2004. Beechworth: The Australian Sociological Association and La Trobe University.
- 2003 ‘A Woman Is Precious”: Constructions of Islamic Sexuality and Femininity of Turkish-Australian Women’, in P. Corrigan, et al. (Eds) New Times, New Worlds, New Ideas: Sociology Today and Tomorrow. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 4-6 December 2003. Armidale: The Australian Sociological Association and the University of New England.
- 2003 ‘That’s My Australian Side’: The Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality of Young Women of South and Central American Origin, Journal of Sociology 39(1): 81-98.
Other Selected Articles
- 2020 ‘Indigenous Sociology for Social Impact,’ The Sociological Review, 5 June.
- 2019 ‘Racial and Gender Justice for Aboriginal Women in Prison,’ Women’s Policy Action Tank, 18 July.
- 2017 Ring a Bell? Charles Murray and the Resurgence of Scientific Racism, The Humanist, 15 May.
- 2017 Better Leadership through Diversity: A Case Study of the March for Science, The Humanist, 8 May.
- 2017 Making the Most of Diversity Lessons from March for Science Australia, Women’s Policy Action Tank
- 2017 Analyzing the March for Science Diversity Discourse, DiverseScholar, 8:1
- 2017 The March for Science Can’t Figure Out How to Handle Diversity, Latino Rebels
- 2016 K. Webster, P. Cox & Z. Zevallos Study confirms intimate partner violence leading health risk factor for women, The Conversation
- 2016 How to Stop the Sexual Harassment of Women in Science: Reboot the System, The Conversation
- 2015 Turning Social Science Into a Business, UCL Researchers
- 2015 The Myth About Women in Science? Bias at Work in the Study of Gender Inequality in STEM, London School of Economics Impact Blog
- 2015 Sexism in Science Reporting: a 2014 Timeline, DiverseScholar, 6:4
- 2014 Science Inequality in the News: Avoiding Dangerous Gender Narratives in STEM, DiverseScholar, 5:11
- 2014 Z. Zevallos, B. Samarasinghe and R. Rao, Nature vs Nurture: Girls and STEM, Nature.com Soapbox Science
- 2014 The Sociology of (Anti)Science: How the Social Sciences Can Improve Public Trust in Scientific Evidence, London School of Economics Impact Blog
- 2013 Adapting Sociological Teaching and Learning for Online Environments, Nexus
- 2011 Z. Zevallos, D. Bowman, A. Hogan and L. Nelms,To Be or Not to Be “Too Academic”: Theory and Practice in Applied Contexts, Working Notes, Issue 2
- 2010 A. Hogan, Z. Zevallos, L. Nelms and D. Bowman, Editorial: Welcome to the Inaugural Edition of Working Notes, Working Notes, Issue 1
- 2009 A Brief Introduction On Applied Sociology, Sociology At Work, 23 May.
- 2008 Doing Sociology Beyond Academia: Making Applied Sociology ‘Work’, Nexus, 20(2): 1-2
- 2008 Breaking Down The Otherness Of Applied Sociology, Nexus, 20(2): 7-8
- 2007 The Lofty Symbolism Of The Philosopher’s Stone: Working Outside Academia As A Sociologist Of Migration, Ethnicity And Multiculturalism, Nexus 19(1): 19-22
- 2004 ‘Postgraduate Workshop Report’, Nexus, 16(1): 16
- See more of my Other Writing
- 2020 ‘Career Planning in the Research Sector,’ workshop at the Association of Iberian and Latin American Studies of Australasia (AILASA) Conference, online event, 9 July.
- 2020 ‘The Rest of You Can Go Next: Using Intersectionality in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Programs,’ Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association (ACRAWSA) Conference, Sydney, 7 February.
- 2018 ‘Making Science Inclusive,’ Science Pathways, Brisbane, 23 April.
- 2018 ‘International Women’s Day in Tech,’ Readify, Sydney, 8 March.
- 2018 ‘Ending Sexual Harassment in STEM and Academia,’ Kiwi Foo, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-4 March.
- 2018 ‘We’ve Got a Time Machine, Now What Are We Going to Do With It?,’ panel with Cory-Ann Joseph and Danya Azzopardi, TechInclusion, Melbourne, 13 February.
- 2018 ‘Diversity in STEM,’ Australian Mathematic Sciences Institute (AMSI) Summer School, Monash University, Melbourne, 18 January.
- 2017 ‘Research Equity in New Zealand Aotearoa: a Suffrage Day Conversation,’ keynote at the Royal Society, Wellington, 19 September.
- 2017 Challenging the March for Science – Intersectionality Work at the Coal Face, University of Auckland, 22 September.
- 2016 ‘Race and Dating,’ panel with Santilla Chingaipe and Andy Quan), Conscious Dating, Sydney, 26 April.
- 2016 ‘Decolonising Sociology,’ Indigenous Sociology for Social Impact, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, 27-28 October.
- 2016 ‘Reducing Family Violence,’ Victoria University Research Festival, Melbourne, 20 October.
- 2016 ‘Knowledge Translation and Exchange,’ Prevalent and Preventable: International Conference on Violence Against Women Adelaide, 19-22 September.
- 2016 ‘Informed and Practical Ways to Enhance Gender Equity & Diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths & Medicine (STEMM),’ Kiwi Foo, Auckland, 11-13 March.
- 2011 ‘Being ‘Latin-Australian’: Constructions and Social Consequences of Pan-Latin American Identities in Australia,’ paper presented at Imagining Latin America in Australia Workshop, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, 12-13 August.
- 2009 N. Kontoleon and Z. Zevallos ‘The Development Of A Dynamic Social Network Modelling Technique To Model Group Political Violence In The Southern Philippines,’ paper presented at Sunbelt Conference XXIX, San Diego, 10-15 March.
- 2006 ‘Don’t Ask The Sociologists, They’ll Say, “It Depends”‘: Integrating Sociology Within Interdisciplinary Models Of Terrorism,’ paper presented at Sociology For A Mobile World: Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, University of Western Australia, Perth, 4-7 December.
- 2006 ‘What Makes Them Do It? A Theoretical Framework For Analysing The Motivations Of Suicide Terrorists,’ paper presented at the Social, Organisational And Cultural Influences On Decision Making In The Australian Defence Organisation Workshop, Canberra.
- 2006 ‘”The Brave Will Murmur, What a Beautiful Day To Die”: An Analysis Of The Concept Of Motivation In Suicide Terrorism Research,’ paper presented at Swinburne University of Technology’s Inaugural Life and Social Sciences Alumni Seminar Series, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 16 November.
- 2006 ‘”I Love My Country, But I Wouldn’t Wanna Live There”: Second-Generation Australian-Turkish Women’s Understandings Of Homeland, Culture And Belonging,’ paper presented at The Australian-Turkish Relations and the Role of the Diaspora, University of Sydney, Sydney, 10 March.
- 2005 ‘Macho Men And Slavedrivers: Second-Generation Migrant Women Discuss Latin And Turkish Masculinities In Australia,’ paper presented at Second-Generation Migrants: Contesting Definitions and Realities Workshop, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 1-2 November.
Check out my other writing.
Academic citations of my research
- Stuart Henry (2019) Social Deviance, 2nd ed. Cambridge: Polity Press. (See Chapter 4, Further Reading, my writing on microaggresions)
- Teuku Zulfikar (2017) Indonesian Muslims in a Global World: Identity Narratives of Young Muslims in Australian Society, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.(See p. 145, my research on migrant women)
- Joan H. Baldwin, Anne W. Ackerson (2017) Women in the Museum: Lessons from the Workplace. New York: Routledge. (See Chapter 7, my work on gender equity)
- Michael Green and Gerado Del Guercio (2017) ‘Freeman, Morgan (1937-), in Daniel Bernardi and Michael Green (Eds) Race in American Film: Voices and Visions that Shaped a Nation. Volume 1: A-F. Santa Barbara: Greenwood. (See p. 333, my work on racism in film)
- Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza (2016) Congress of Wo/men: Religion, Gender, and Kyriarchal Power. Cambridge MA: Feminist Studies in Religion Books. (See p. 44, my resource on otherness)
- Robert Van Krieken et. al. (2014) ‘Identities: Indigenous, National, Ethnic and Racial,’ Sociology, 5th ed. Frenchs Forrest: Pearson. (See Chapter 8, p. 242, my research on Latin-Australian women)
- Philip Nyden, Leslie Hossfeld, Gwendolyn Nyden (2012) Public Sociology: Research, Action, and Change. Los Angeles: Sage.
- Mitch Berbrier (2008) ‘The Diverse Construction of Race and Ethnicity’ (Chapter 29), in James A. Holstein and Jaber F. Gubrium (Eds) Handbook of Constructionist Research. New York: The Guilford Press. (See p. 576, my research on Latin ethnicity)
- Pam Nilan, Roberta Julian, John Germov (2007) Australian Youth: Social and Cultural Issues. Frenchs Forrest: Pearson Education Australia. (See p. 86, my research on migrant women)
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