School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts
Kelly McDougall is a Research Associate at the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research. She is a human geographer with research interests in the areas of international migration, population ageing and population change.
Year Citation 2012 McDougall, K. (2012). Transnational networks and identifications of Australia's Diaspora in the USA. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 33(1), 39-52.
2011 Feist, H., McDougall, K., Howard, N., & Hugo, G. (2011). Rural ageing-in-place: community connectedness, health and wellbeing - an opportunity for new technologies?. Public Health Bulletin South Australia, 8(1), 24-29. 2010 Feist, H., McDougall, K., Howard, N., & Hugo, G. (2010). New technologies: Their potential role in linking rural older people to community. International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society, 8(2), 68-84.
— Barrie, H., McDougall, K., & Hugo, G. (n.d.). Review of Australian Research on Older People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds 2015.
Year Citation 2013 McDougall, K. (2013). A systematic review of Australian research on older CALD populations: Promoting translation of research into aged care practices. Poster session presented at the meeting of 2013 FECCA national conference. Gold Coast: Federation of Ethnic Community Councils of Australia. 2013 Feist, H., & McDougall, K. (2013). Virtual social spaces in rural places: linking older people to community through new technologies. Poster session presented at the meeting of Abstracts of the The Gerontological Society of America 66th Annual Scientific Meeting, as published in Gerontologist. New Orleans, LA: Oxford University Press.
— Barrie, H., & McDougall, K. (n.d.). South Australia Retirement Villages Factsheets. Poster session presented at the meeting of Unknown Conference.
Report for External Bodies
Year Citation 2019 Wasserman, R., Lange, J. B., Tran, D., McDougall, K., & Barrie, H. (2019). South Australia's Multicultural Story. Department of the Premier and Cabinet.
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