School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
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Carol Johnson's main research interests are in Australian politics (including international comparisons), the politics of gender and sexuality, the politics of emotion and analyses of ideology and discourse. She also has a particular interest in the domestic implications of Australian engagement with Asia.
Her applied research interests focus on how Governments govern social, economic and technological change.
- Australian politics and political discourse
- Australian Labor Governments from Curtin to Gillard/Rudd
- Howard, Abbott and Turnbull Governments
- Theories of Ideology and Discourse
- Politics of Identity
- Politics of Sexuality
- Politics of emotion
- Politics of social democracy
- Race/ethnicity and politics
- Gender and Politics
- Politics of technology
- Feminist Theory
- Comparative British/Australian Politics
- Socialist Theory
Year Citation 2015 Johnson, C. A., Mackie, V. C., & Morris-Suzuki, T. (Eds.) (2015). The social sciences in the Asian century (1st edition ed.). Canberra: ANU Press. 2015 Johnson, C. A., Mackie, V. C., & Morris-Suzuki, T. (Eds.) (2015). The social sciences in the Asian century (1st edition ed.). Canberra: ANU Press. 2015 Johnson, C., Wanna, J., & Lee, H. A. (Eds.) (2015). Abbott's Gambit: the 2013 Australian Federal Election. ANU Press. 2011 Tremblay, M., Paternotte, D., & Johnson, C. (Eds.) (2011). The lesbian and gay movement and the state: Comparative insights into a transformed relationship. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.
2007 Johnson, C. (2007). Governing change : from Keating to Howard. Queensland: Curtin University of Technology. 2000 Johnson, C. (2000). Governing Change: From Keating to Howard. PO Box 42 St Lucia, Qld 4067: University of Queensland Press.
Amongst other current research projects, Johnson is currently working on a book manuscript that will be the final output from her sole-CI grant ARC DP14010016 ($147,000) "Expanding equality: A historical perspective on developments and dilemmas in contemporary Australian social democracy". Her sole-CI grant ARC DP 180100251 ($216,272), "In the frame: Analysing Liberal and Labor government gender equality policy", commenced in 2018.
Carol Johnson has recently taught the courses Issues in Australian Politics, Politics, Ideology & Discourse and The Politics of Gender and Sexuality.
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2018 Principal Supervisor Government Gender Equality Policy and Women's Participation in STEM Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Kirsty Nicole Haynes 2017 Principal Supervisor Consciousness Raising and The Politics of Social Change: The Role of Political and Moral Education Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Declan James Lawless 2016 Co-Supervisor Politics, Power, Violence and Territory: Reassessing Space and Sovereignty Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Bartholomew Csorba 2014 Principal Supervisor Philantropolitics: Philanthropy and the Role of Government in the Australian Context Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Elyse Mary Chapman 2013 Co-Supervisor Cross – Party Collaboration in the Australian Federal Parliament: Women Politicians Testing The Limits of Institutional Constraints and Enabling Factors Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Miss Adele Klara Lausberg 2010 Co-Supervisor Social Health Policy for Women in Thailand Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Brendan Robert Drew
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2013 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Perceptions of the Soviet Union in Australian political discourse between 1943 and 1950. Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Miss Belinda Quick 2013 - 2015 Co-Supervisor India and the 'Anglosphere': A Postcolonial Genealogy Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Alexander Edmund Davis 2013 - 2018 Principal Supervisor Paul Kelly and George Megalogenis: Media Intellectuals in Australian Politics Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Paul Kemp 2008 - 2017 Principal Supervisor The Subject of Television: A Methodology of Subject-Oriented Textual Analysis Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Jessica Edwards 2008 - 2011 Co-Supervisor Constructing Citizens: Social Policy and the State-Citizen Relationship Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Ben Revi 2007 - 2017 Principal Supervisor Means and Ends: Macroeconomic Theory and the Australian Labor Party's Social Democratic Ideology Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Thomas Caunce 2006 - 2017 Co-Supervisor The Australian Way: A Critical Review of Australia's Responses to Refugees and Asylum Seekers 1901-2013 Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Katrina Stats 2006 - 2018 Co-Supervisor Reconsidering Aboriginal welfare dependency: The Howard Government years through the lens of Postcolonial theory Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Zoe Gordon 2005 - 2007 Co-Supervisor Discourse, Subjectivity and the Policy Realm: Reconceptualising Policy Workers as Located Subjects Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Zoe Gill 2004 - 2010 Principal Supervisor John Howard: A Study in Policy Consistency Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Kim Murray 2003 - 2008 Principal Supervisor The Politics of Euthanasia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Robert Richardson 2002 - 2004 Co-Supervisor Politics, Governmentality & Cultural Regulation in Singapore Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Terence Lee 1995 - 2002 Principal Supervisor Jurgen Habermas and the Public Sphere Critical Engagements Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Brigid Mahoney
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