The ANU School of Sociology is moving from the Haydon-Allen building to the brand new RSSS building. The main objective of the new building is to bring RSSS together into one physical space, in order to build collaboration and multidisciplinarity.
This open online seminar will run this Monday, as two-panel discussions bringing together ANU sociologists to reflect on the emerging social relations of the pandemic.
The webinar will address how the pandemic is changing society, the sociological thinking that can help to come to terms with the changes, and the types of post-pandemic social organisations.
The impact of information (and misinformation) on mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Rob Ackland presented in the inter-disciplinary webinar ‘The impact of information (and misinformation) on mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic’.
We are pleased to see that the two main R-based tools developed at the VOSON Lab continue to be relevant and useful for academics and researchers around the world.
The Digital Concepts and Methods Workshop - organised by the Critical Conversations Lab, News & Media Research Centre University of Canberra- will be held today via ZOOM video conferencing.
Expert presentations include:
On 5 December 2019, the Senate resolved to establish a Select Committee on Foreign Interference through Social Media to inquire into and report on the risk posed to Australia’s democracy by foreign interference through social media.