Professor Kath Albury
- Faculty of Health, Arts & Design
- School of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
- Department of Media and Communication
Kath’s current research projects focus on young people’s practices of digital self-representation, and the role of user-generated media (including social networking platforms) in young people’s formal and informal sexual learning. She is especially interested in exploring new approaches to workforce training and professional development for health promotion and sexuality education professionals who wish to develop a deeper engagement with digital media practices (including sexting, selfies and hook-up app cultures).
Since 2001, Kath has been a Chief Investigator on four Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery grants. She was a Lead Investigator on an ARC Centre of Excellence grant, and two ARC Linkage collaborations with ACON (formerly the AIDS Council of NSW) and Family Planning NSW. She has also successfully coordinated a commissioned research collaboration with the NSW Health Department’s STI Programs Unit, and undertaken a Researcher in Business placement funded by the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education.
Her current Linkage project (with Anthony McCosker (Swinburne) and Kane Race (University of Sydney) investigates young people's perceptions of safety and risk on digital dating and hook-up apps.
Fields of Research
- Communication Technology And Digital Media Studies - 200102
- Consumption And Everyday Life - 200203
Also published as: Albury, Kath; Albury, K.; Albury, Katherine
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