Robertson, Shanthi and McMahon, Tadgh (2020)
‘The neighbours were always very welcoming and warm’: little things count to help refugees belong.
Khan, Marina and Robertson, Shanthi (2019)
The government wants to privatise visa processing. Who will be held accountable when something goes wrong?
Robertson, Shanthi and Sherrell, Henry (2019)
Most migrants on bridging visas aren’t ‘scammers’, they’re well within their rights.
Robertson, Shanthi and Aquino, Kristine (2017).
Blaming migrants won’t solve Western Sydney’s growing pains.
Robertson, Shanthi (2017).
How new migration patterns are transforming Australia’s multiculturalism.
World Politics Review.
Robertson, Shanthi (2016).
Noncitizens Down Under: How migrant belonging is changing in a nation of immigrants.
Rogers, Dallas and Robertson, Shanthi. (2015)
Great wall of xenophobia makes for simplistic foreign investment debate.
Robertson, Shanthi and Boese, Martina. (2015)
‘Temporary migrants are people, not ‘labour’.
Robertson, Shanthi. (2014)
‘Skilled migration is in trouble, but don’t shoot the messenger’.
Robertson, Shanthi. (2013)
‘“Good migrants” and “Bad migrants”: The Coalition’s policy paradox’.
Robertson, Shanthi. (2013)
‘They’re long term, temporary and invisible: Our other migrant workers’.
Visa Processing & Mental Health
June 22, 2020
June 20, 2020
Recession & Anti-Immigration Attitudes
May 05, 2020
November 26, 2019
Visa Character Test
August 06, 2019
Working Holiday Program Expansion
August 1, 2019
Migration Agents and Visa Scams
SBS Television, The Feed
November 16, 2017
Reforms to Australian Citizenship
SBS Television, World News
September 4, 2017
Voters Views on Immigration
June 6, 2016
Monday, June 3, 2013
Thursday, May 23, 2013
International Students & COVID
July 1, 2020
Migration & COVID
June 24, 2020
August 18, 2019
Exploitation of temporary migrants
Radio Adelaide Breakfast Show
September 9, 2015
457 temporary visas
ABC Radio National, NSW Statewide Drive
January 28, 2015
Skilled migration visa fraud
Asian migration histories
ABC Radio 702
Saturday, February 1, 2014
Housing, employment and social cohesion in multicultural neighbourhoods
Vision Australia Radio
Thursday, September 23, 2013
Digital Research Methods
June 18, 2020
TASA Thursdays Postgraduate & Early Career Researcher session was about 'Using Digital Research Methods'. COVID-19 has made a number of traditional sociological research methods extremely difficult or even impossible to conduct, at least in the short term. While digital research methods are not new to sociology, they are now more important than ever. In this session some pioneers in Australian digital sociological methods will share their tips and techniques for taking your research online