The overarching project aims to identify and explain the significance of jobs, work and employment in sub-national regions over time in Australia.
Gender, Equality and Diversity
Examines structural and institutional inequalities in work and organisations, including those based on gender, ethnicity, sexuality, age, ability, class, and location, and investigates how they are created, reinforced and resisted. Our emphasis on diversity encourages new understandings of existing challenges to further positive social change and business innovation. Our research builds on the concept of a fair society that protects and promotes equal freedom and substantive equality for all.
A Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow in the School of Management, Tyler’s work examines feminist theory, sexuality and violence against women, with the aims of challenging and changing social constructions and preconceptions.
Her recent book Freedom Fallacy: The limits of liberal feminism (Connor Court, 2015) examines the rise of pop feminism, taking on topics ranging from pornography and forced marriage to sexual violence and sex trafficking, to argue that this kind of feminism does little to challenge the status quo.
The ‘Growing Southern Gippsland’ project is a collaboration between the Bass Coast Landcare Network, RMIT University, Federation University Australia, Bass Coast Shire Council and the South Gippsland Landcare Network through funding from the Victorian State Government and the Victorian Centre for Climate Change Innovation.
The aim of the research is to investigate the future of work in regions.
Identification of opportunities to support structural adjustment in the Latrobe Valley region The Commonwealth Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport commissioned the