When: Tuesday 10 April, 6-8pm
Where: Room TD144, TD Building, John Street (five minutes from Glenferrie Station)
Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn
Free event showcasing young Melbourne researchers and social media communication professionals alongside researchers from the ARC Discovery project Queer Generations: Belonging and sexual citizenship among gender and sexual minority youth (https://queergenerations.org/).
We welcome health and education professionals, teachers, researchers, policy makers and community leaders who are working to fuel progress in the fields of sexuality, education and health
Confirmed presenters include:
Kath Albury (Swinburne University of Technology) on
Queer young people’s negotiation of safety, risk and visibility in hookup app cultures
Charlie Chapple (Swinburne University of Technology) on
Closed Facebook communities as peer support for trans and non-binary young people
Daniel Marshall and Ben Hegarty (Deakin University) on
Minus 18: a case-study in histories of queer youth uses of communication technologies
Jonathan Mavroudis (Swinburne University of Technology) on
Shirtless selfies and young gay men’s identity formation practices
Ivy McGowan (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, Latrobe University) on
Targeting (successful) research recruitment: Lessons from LGBTIQ digital activist cultures
Panel discussion (including presenters and members of the Queer Generations team):
Reflections on sexual citizenship and the emergent relationship between growing up queer and contemporary media practices
This event is presented by Swinburne University of Technology Social Media Research Group, Family Planning Victoria, the Queer Generations research project and the Australia Forum for Sexuality, Education and Health (AFSEH).
Please RSVP here.
Further information please contact Tinonee Pym: firstname.lastname@example.org
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