Dr Aisling Bailey
Environmental Anthropology, Monash University, Australia
- Faculty of Health, Arts & Design
- School of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
- Department of Social Sciences
- AS303 Hawthorn campus
As an environmental anthropologist and sociologist, Aisling's research explores relationships between people and the natural environment. Specifically, Aisling's research investigates the role cultural understandings play in shaping these relationships in terms of environmental accountability, and examines the ways in which the health of people and place are reciprocally linked. Aisling has worked with organisations such as the Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies (CERES) and 3000Acres, and hopes in future to work on projects exploring the causes of environmental harm, and those exploring strategies to enhance environmental and human health and wellbeing.
Anthropology; Sociology; Conceptualisations of the environment, environmental and social wellbeing, connections to place, environmental accountability and non-exploitative economic models.
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Coordinating.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Sociology - 160800
- Social And Cultural Anthropology - 160104
- Environmental Philosophy - 220303
Sociology;Academic Literacies; Sociological Foundations; Sociological Perspectives; Qualitative Research Methods; Applied Social Research
Also published as: Bailey, Aisling; Bailey, A.
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