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Dr. S. A. Hamed Hosseini is a Lecturer and a Faculty Associated Researcher at,The University of Newcastle, Australia. He completed his PhD in Sociology and Global Studies (2006) at the Australian National University (ANU). He has conducted research on transnational social movements, global social change, globalist ideologies, Islamism, and transnational identities. Since 2003, he has been teaching at the Australian National University, University of Technology Sydney, University of New South Wales, and the University of Newcastle.

His recent book, Alternative Globalizations (2010), establishes a new theory of the (trans)formation of ideas, identities, and solidarities in recent oppositions to capitalist globalization and its ideological foundations. The book contributes to social sciences by introducing new concepts such as "accommodative consciousness", "Interactive solidarities", "Dissident knowledge", "Social Nexuses of inequality", "Ideological Visions", "Transversal Cosmopolitanism". It provides researchers in the areas of social movement and social ideation studies with a new integrative approach which accommodates many unnecessary theoretical disputes.

He has won research grants including the 2010 Bilateral Grant from the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. He has also published articles and presented conference papers on Occupy Wall Street Movement & the Political Economy of Global Financial Crisis (2013), Language and the Social Marginalization of Non-Enlgish Speaking Migrants (2013-2014), Arab Spring (forthcoming), Sociology of Ideas (2012), Youth Political Identity (2013), Activist Knowledge (2010), Global Justice (2009), Sociology of Dissident Knowledge (2007), Alter-globalization Solidarity (2006), Sociology of Collective Cognition (2003), Rural and Regional Development (1999, 2000), Islamic Conservatism and Neo-Conservatism (2000), Islamist Progressive Political Thoughts (2000), and the Applicability of Social Theories in the Context of Islamic Societies (1999).

Dr. Hosseini's research experience, his specific theoretical perspective, and his Middle Eastern background plays a significance role in research projects concerned with social disparities and marginalization. He is familiar with many Islamic-cultural terms and ideas (Hosseini 1998, 2000a, 2000b). He has been in contact with many Muslim migrants, intellectuals, communities, and student organizations in Sydney and Newcastle. While his cultural-experiential background enhance the cultural sensitivity, his sociological background is important in the contribution of social inclusion to the growing multidisciplinary studies of the Muslim diaspora in the Australia. His works speak to policy analysts, politicians, activists, and social researchers.

Dr Hosseini's personal weblog can be accessed at: http://globalalternatives.wordpress.com/</p>

Qualifications

  • PhD, Australian National University, 15/12/2006
  • Graduate Teaching Program Certificate, Australian National University, 28/10/2003

Research

Research keywords

  • Community Welfare and Economic Policies
  • Cosmopolitanism
  • Cyberactivism
  • Ethnic Relations
  • Global Justice
  • Global Social Problems
  • Globalization
  • International Development
  • Neoliberalism
  • Political Identity
  • Social Movements
  • Social and Cultural Identity of the Second Generation Migrants
  • Socio-economic Status of Immigrants
  • Youth Identity

Research expertise

As a political and economic sociologist, Hosseini's main field of research is shaped around the globalization of social movements, uprisings, violence, activism, and revolutions. Hosseini's studies particularly focus on the relationships between ideas, identities, political actions and their socioeconomic circumstances including the impacts of new communication and information technologies. His recent work contributes to the investigation of "transversal identities" among young Muslims in Western diaspora, "meta-ideologies" like "cosmopolitanism" and "transversalism" in the global justice movement, as well as "alternatives to capital and capitalist development".

• Global alternatives (Economic Democracy, Solidarity / Participatory Economy, Eco-Socialism, De-growth, etc.)

• Social movements including youth movements (with focus on the movements in the Middle East)

• Inter-sectional inequalities

• Global crises (food, fuel and finance) and their impacts on local lives

• Youth Political Identity

• Cosmopolitanism, Transversalism, Open-mindedness

• Globalization, Globalism, and Alter-globalization

• Muslim Minorities

• Ethnic Relations

• Eco-sufficiency, Eco-centric and Sustainable Development in the Global South

• Socioeconomic Statues, Marginalization, Identity, and Social Capital among Immigrant Communities (with stress on younger generations);

Dr Hosseini's social research is based on a diverse range of mixed and innovative methods and skills including: Advanced Social Statistical Data Analysis, Mixed-Method Analyses, Critical Discourse Analysis, Meta-Analysis and Meta-ethnography, Survey Research Designing, Designing Multidimensional Attitude Measurement Scales, Causal Modelling, and Network Analysis;

Recent Publications

Books:

  • Hosseini, S. A. H. (2013) Conscientious Sociology: A New Paradigmatic Shift, (London: H&S Media Ltd). ISBN: 978-1780833187
  • Hosseini, S. A. (2011/2010) ‘Alternative Globalizations: An Integrative Approach to Studying Dissident Knowledge in the Global Justice Movement’, New York: Routledge. ISBN-13: 978-0415502429 | Edition: Paperback Reprint October 7, 2011

Book Chapter:

  • Hosseini, S. A. H. (2013) Occupy Cosmopolitanism: Ideological Transversalization in the Age of Global Economic Uncertainties, in J. Goodman & J. Marshall (eds.) Crisis, Movement, Management: Globalising Dynamics (New York; London: Routledge), pp.

Recent Journal Articles:

  • Hosseini, S. A. H. (2013) ‘Political Identity’ of Muslim Youth in the Western Diaspora Context: Towards an Integrative Research Agenda, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 33(4), pp.
  • Hosseini, S. A. (2013) Occupy Cosmopolitanism: Ideological Transversalization in the Age of Global Economic Uncertainties, Globalizations, 10(3), pp. 425-38. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14747731.2013.788920#.UepRFG1ReTs.
  • Lovat TJ, Nilan P, Hosseini Faradonbeh S, Samarayi I, Mansfield M, Alexander W (2013) Discrimination in the Labour Market: Exposing Employment Barriers among Muslim Jobseekers in Australia, Issues in Social Science 1(1):53-73 2013
  • Nilan PM, Lovat T, Hosseini SA, others (2013), Australian Muslim jobseekers: Equal Employment Opportunity and equity in the labor market, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 102-132 13
  • Hosseini, S A (2012) “Theorizing Social Ideations: Beyond the Divide between Humanities and Social Sciences”, The International Journal of the Humanities, 9 (5): 53-68
  • Hosseini, S. A. (2010) 'Activist Knowledge: Interrogating the Ideational Landscape of Social Movements', The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5 (5): 339-58.
  • Hosseini, S. A. (2009) ‘Global Complexities and the Rise of Global Justice Movement: a new notion of justice?’ Journal of Global Studies, 2 (3): 15-36.
  • Hosseini, S. A. (2006), 'Beyond Practical Dilemmas and Conceptual Reductionism: the Emergence of an Accommodative Consciousness in the - Alternative Globalization Movement', Portal: Journa

Languages

  • English
  • Persian (Excluding Dari)

Fields of Research

CodeDescriptionPercentage
160800Sociology45
200206Globalisation And Culture35
160803Race And Ethnic Relations20

Memberships

Body relevant to professional practice.

  • Member - AID/Watch
  • Member - AFTINET

Committee/Associations (relevant to research).

  • Member - RC05- Research Committee on Racism, Nationality and Ethnic Relations - International Sociological Association
  • Member - RC09- Research Committee on Social Transformation and Sociology of Development - International Sociological Association
  • Member - RC18- Research Committee on Political Sociology
  • Fellow - The Research Institute for Social Inclusion and Wellbeing (RISIW)
  • Member - International Studies Association
  • Fellow - The Humanities Research Centre- Violence and Social Order Program
  • Fellow - Cosmopolitan Civil Society Center

Editorial Board.

  • Member - Globalizations

Appointments

Visiting Scholar
Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, University of Technology Sydney (Australia)
01/11/2013 - 01/12/2013
Visiting Scholar
Middle East and Islamic Studies - The American University of Paris (France)
01/09/2013 - 01/09/2013
Visiting Scholar
Department of Political and Economic Studies, University of Helsinki (Finland)
01/07/2013 - 01/09/2013

Invitations

Sociology of Dissident Knowledge
UTS, Australia (Invited Presenter)
2006
Alternative Capitalisms and Alternatives to Capitalism
University of Helsinki, Finland (Invited Presenter)
2013
“Many Post-modern Princes? Rival cosmopolitanisms in the global field of justice movements”
Department of Political and Economic Studies, Finland (Invited Presenter)
2013
Deliberating Alternatives to Capital: A Critical Cosmopolitanist Approach
University of Technology, Sydney, Australia (Invited Seminar Presenter)
2013

Collaboration

Global Complexities, Global Crises, Global Justice, Global Human Welfare and Wellbeing, Social Movements, Socio-economic Marginalization, Youth Political Identity Construction among the Ethnic Minorities, Development and Social Change in the Context of Muslim Societies, Australian Muslims Joblessness,

Administrative

Administrative expertise

Networking with different cultural groups, contributing to the profession through engagement in professional bodies, communicating with colleagues about substantive social issues and shared interests, establishing four semi-professional weblogs and virtual communities/forums shared with students and community members to bridge the gap between the academia and the public, providing intellectual support for a couple of communities as a member of the university, helping the University and Faculty in their internationalization process, providing the NTEU with some administrative assistance, participating in all voting and nominating occasions are among Dr Hosseini's major contributions since my appointment in Dec 2008. (see Dr Hosseini's CV for more details)

Teaching

Teaching keywords

  • Community Activism
  • Global Studies
  • Globalisation
  • Globalization
  • Human Welfare
  • Political Sociology
  • Quantitative Research Methods
  • Religion and Politics
  • SPSS
  • Social Movements
  • Sociology of Technology and Science

Teaching expertise

Since his appointment in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr Hosseini has established 4 new courses and fully coordinated six courses (SOCA6100, SOCA6120, SOCA6670, SOCA3902, SOCA2400, SOCA4090 and SOCA4100) and supervised three research students at the postgraduate level. His SOCA2400 (Globalization, Social Justice and Development) has attracted a significant number of students from a broad range of disciplines and programs including geography, development studies, education, social sciences, arts, etc.

Based on this sustainably positive teaching experience, he has been able to consolidate his teaching, research and course development skills. This level of productivity has been built upon his 3 years of tertiary teaching at three Go8 universities (including one year fix term Level B lectureship) prior to his appointment at the UoN. Throughout his teaching, he has actively sought mentoring and incorporated suggestions from peer curriculum experts. So too, he has constantly consulted teaching and learning materials, monographs, his own research findings, and academic journal articles for developing and implementing best-practice models and positive student learning outcome. (See Dr Hosseini's CV for more details)

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Highlighted Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2010Hosseini Faradonbeh SA, Alternative Globalizations: An Integrative Approach to Studying Dissident Knowledge in the Global Justice Movement, Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 288 (2010) [A1]

The book contributes to a series edited by Prof. Barry Gills; the series is designed to break new ground in the literature on globalization and its academic and popular understanding. Drawing on a variety of disciplines, this ground breaking volume will be of interest to students and scholars of global studies, political sciences, sociology and social movement studies. The book explores the formation and transformation of ideas, identities, and solidarities in the global opposition to the corporate-led globalization and its ideological basis, neo-liberalism. The book examines the capacity of the movement for developing alternative ideas, identities, solidarities, and rationalities. It is of interest to students and scholars of global and international studies, international relations, sociology, political sciences, social psychology, as well as courses on particular themes such as globalization, global social movements, and global consciousness. The importance and originality of the book is reflected in the reviewers assessment of its initial manuscript and proposal: This must be considered as a monograph but it does not, as such, confine itself to researchers and teachers. Although a theoretical work about ideas it is written in clear language, well structured, and should therefore be accessible to at least advanced students, as well as to interested intellectuals in and around the movements under consideration. The work is original in its address to the ideas of the movement(s), as well as in its own theoretical approach..A brilliant and path breaking work. Should be appropriately puffed, promoted and launched. It will do the series and publisher credit. The other reviewer: it is mainly an important text, as I said, for theory development both in transnational social movement theory, and social theory.... author has summarized his theoretical contribution very well, as well as citing the literature..."

2013Hosseini SAH, Conscientious Sociology, H&S Media, London, 234 (2013) [A1]
2013Hosseini SAH, 'Occupy Cosmopolitanism: Ideological Transversalization in the Age of Global Economic Uncertainties', Crisis, Movement, Management: Globalising Dynamics, Routledge, New York; London (2013) [B1]
2006Hosseini SA, 'Beyond Practical Dilemmas and Conceptual Reductionism: The Emergence of an Accommodative Consciousness in the Alternative Globalization Movement', Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies, 3 1-180 (2006) [C1]

Published in an A Journal (ranked by ERA), the paper attempts to show the emergence of a new ideological trend within the global field of resistance against the corporate-led globalization. It has significantly contributed into the studies of social movements by inventing new sociological concepts and exploring new ideological trends in the anti-globalization movement; although this is published prior to my appointment during my PhD research, the article is one of my best contributions to this newly growing area of study and simply shows my capacity to publish my works in A Journals.

2013Hosseini Faradonbeh S, ''Political Identity' of Muslim Youth in Western Diaspora: Towards an Integrative Research Agenda', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 33 464-476 (2013) [C1]
2013Hamed Hosseini SA, 'Occupy Cosmopolitanism: Ideological Transversalization in the Age of Global Economic Uncertainties', Globalizations, 10 425-438 (2013) [C1]

Publications

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Book (3 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2013Hosseini SAH, Conscientious Sociology, H&S Media, London, 234 (2013) [A1]
2011Hosseini Faradonbeh S, Alternative Globalizations: An Integrative Approach to Studying Dissident Knowledge in the Global Justice Movement, Routledge, London, New York, 288 (2011) [A4]
2010Hosseini Faradonbeh SA, Alternative Globalizations: An Integrative Approach to Studying Dissident Knowledge in the Global Justice Movement, Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 288 (2010) [A1]

The book contributes to a series edited by Prof. Barry Gills; the series is designed to break new ground in the literature on globalization and its academic and popular understanding. Drawing on a variety of disciplines, this ground breaking volume will be of interest to students and scholars of global studies, political sciences, sociology and social movement studies. The book explores the formation and transformation of ideas, identities, and solidarities in the global opposition to the corporate-led globalization and its ideological basis, neo-liberalism. The book examines the capacity of the movement for developing alternative ideas, identities, solidarities, and rationalities. It is of interest to students and scholars of global and international studies, international relations, sociology, political sciences, social psychology, as well as courses on particular themes such as globalization, global social movements, and global consciousness. The importance and originality of the book is reflected in the reviewers assessment of its initial manuscript and proposal: This must be considered as a monograph but it does not, as such, confine itself to researchers and teachers. Although a theoretical work about ideas it is written in clear language, well structured, and should therefore be accessible to at least advanced students, as well as to interested intellectuals in and around the movements under consideration. The work is original in its address to the ideas of the movement(s), as well as in its own theoretical approach..A brilliant and path breaking work. Should be appropriately puffed, promoted and launched. It will do the series and publisher credit. The other reviewer: it is mainly an important text, as I said, for theory development both in transnational social movement theory, and social theory.... author has summarized his theoretical contribution very well, as well as citing the literature..."

Chapter (1 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2013Hosseini SAH, 'Occupy Cosmopolitanism: Ideological Transversalization in the Age of Global Economic Uncertainties', Crisis, Movement, Management: Globalising Dynamics, Routledge, New York; London (2013) [B1]

Journal article (8 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2013Lovat T, Nilan P, Hosseini SAH, Samarayi I, Mansfield MM, Alexander W, 'Australian Muslim Jobseekers: Equal Employment Opportunity and Equity in the Labor Market', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 33 435-450 (2013) [C1]
2013Hamed Hosseini SA, 'Occupy Cosmopolitanism: Ideological Transversalization in the Age of Global Economic Uncertainties', Globalizations, 10 425-438 (2013) [C1]
2013Hosseini Faradonbeh S, ''Political Identity' of Muslim Youth in Western Diaspora: Towards an Integrative Research Agenda', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 33 464-476 (2013) [C1]
2013Lovat TJ, Nilan P, Hosseini Faradonbeh S, Samarayi I, Mansfield M, Alexander W, 'Discrimination in the Labour Market: Exposing Employment Barriers among Muslim Jobseekers in Australia', Issues in Social Science, 1 53-73 (2013) [C1]
2012Hosseini Faradonbeh SA, 'Theorizing social ideations: Beyond the divide between humanities and social sciences', International Journal of the Humanities, 9 53-68 (2012) [C1]
2010Hosseini Faradonbeh SA, 'Activist knowledge: Interrogating the ideational landscape of social movements', International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5 339-357 (2010) [C1]
2009Hosseini Faradonbeh SA, 'Global complexities and the rise of global justice movement: A new notion of justice?', The Global Studies Journal, 2 15-36 (2009) [C1]
2006Hosseini SA, 'Beyond Practical Dilemmas and Conceptual Reductionism: The Emergence of an Accommodative Consciousness in the Alternative Globalization Movement', Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies, 3 1-180 (2006) [C1]

Published in an A Journal (ranked by ERA), the paper attempts to show the emergence of a new ideological trend within the global field of resistance against the corporate-led globalization. It has significantly contributed into the studies of social movements by inventing new sociological concepts and exploring new ideological trends in the anti-globalization movement; although this is published prior to my appointment during my PhD research, the article is one of my best contributions to this newly growing area of study and simply shows my capacity to publish my works in A Journals.

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Conference (1 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2012Hosseini Faradonbeh SA, 'Reconceptualizing 'political identity' in the context of Muslim minority: An integrative research agenda', Seventh International Conference on Interdiscplinary Social Sciences, Barcelona, Spain (2012) [E3]

Other (1 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2013Hosseini Faradonbeh S, 'Alternatives to Capitalism and Alternative Capitalisms', ( pp.10). Helsinki, Finland: The University of Helsinki (2013) [O1]

Report (3 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2011Lovat TJ, Mitchell WF, Nilan PM, Hosseini Faradonbeh SA, Cook B, Samarayi I, Mansfield MM, 'Australian Muslim Jobseekers: Labour Market Experience, Job Readiness, and the Relative Effectiveness of Employment Support Services. A research report', Australia. Dept. of Immigration and Citizenship., 215 (2011) [R1]
2002Hosseini SAH, 'Rural and Regional Development Planning: A Critical-Comparative Review of Literature and Theoretical Approaches' (2002) [R1]
2002Hosseini S, 'Rural Development: A Critical Review of Theoretical Foundations, Approaches, and Strategies' (2002) [R1]
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Grants and Funding

Summary

Number of grants12
Total funding$169,578

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2014 (1 grants)

XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama Japan, 13-19 July 2014$2,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

Project Team
Doctor Seyed Abdolhamed Hosseini Faradonbeh
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$2,00020142014
GNo:G1400588

2013 (1 grants)

Language as a Barrier to Social Inclusion$15,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

SchemeRole
Pilot Project GrantInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$15,00020132013
GNo:184138080

2010 (5 grants)

Violence and Social Order - New HRI Research Program$35,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

SchemeRole
Humanities Research Centre, FEDUA, Research Program EstablishmentInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$35,00020102012
GNo:110507594

Identity Politics of Islamism and the Young Muslims' Political Identity in Australia: A Preliminary Qualitative Study$9,800
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Seyed Abdolhamed Hosseini Faradonbeh
SchemeRole
Early Career Researcher GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$9,80020102010
GNo:G0189928

Political Islam and the Formation of Political Identity among Young Muslims in the West: A Comparative Study of Australian and Canadian Cases$7,465
Funding Body: Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research

Project Team
Doctor Seyed Abdolhamed Hosseini Faradonbeh, Dr Khalid Medani, Emeritus Professor Terry Lovat
SchemeRole
ASSA International Science Linkages Bilateral ProgramChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$7,46520102010
GNo:G0900232

Research Support Funding Agreement$3,500
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

SchemeRole
Humanities Research Centre, FEDUA, Research Assistant Recruitment Chief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$3,50020102010
GNo:110507558

SHSS Research Funding Support $997
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

SchemeRole
Marking Relief Grant Chief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$99720102010
GNo:110507578

2009 (5 grants)

The Job Readiness of Muslim Jobseekers and the Relative Effectiveness of Employment Support Services in Australia$88,000
Funding Body: Department of Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs

Project Team
Emeritus Professor Terry Lovat, Emeritus Professor Bill Mitchell, Professor Pamela Nilan, Doctor Seyed Abdolhamed Hosseini Faradonbeh, Doctor Beth Cook, Doctor Ibtihal Samarayi
SchemeRole
National Action Plan for fundingInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$88,00020092009
GNo:G0190368

The Rise and Demise of Islamist-Market Fundamentalism in Iran: an economic sociological account of public policy in Post-Cold War Iran$3,015
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Seyed Abdolhamed Hosseini Faradonbeh
SchemeRole
New Staff GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$3,01520092009
GNo:G0190277

The Rise and Demise of Islamist-Market Fundamentalism in Iran: an economic sociological account of public policy in Post-Cold War Iran, $3,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

SchemeRole
New Staff GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$3,00020092010
GNo:110507570

Global studies conference, Zayed Uni, Dubai UAE, 20 May - 1 June 2009$1,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

Project Team
Doctor Seyed Abdolhamed Hosseini Faradonbeh
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$1,00020092009
GNo:G0190136

SHSS Research Funding Support $801
Funding Body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Education and Arts

SchemeRole
Marking Relief GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$80120092009
GNo:110507586
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Research Supervision

Number of current supervisions2
Total current UoN Masters EFTSL0.5
Total current UoN PhD EFTSL0.25

For supervisions undertaken at an institution other that the University of Newcastle, the institution name is listed below the program name.

Current Supervision

CommencedProposed
Completion
ProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
20142016M Philosophy (Economics)Co-SupervisorFinancial and Economic Implications of Socio-Political Unrest in Egypt
20132020PhD (Sociology & Anthropology)Co-SupervisorThe Ideation of the Routes to Madness: Globalised Discourses of Mental Disorders Due to Employment/Underemployment/Unemployment

Past Supervision

YearProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
2012Honours Sociology
UoN
Sole SupervisorIdentity, Internet and Activism
2011Masters Sociology
University of Newcastle
Sole SupervisorRefugee Debate in Australia: Mapping Influential Forces and Key Perspectives
2010Masters Sociology
University of Newcastle
Sole SupervisorWhat is left of the Washington Consensus? A comparative analysis of political economy and the Millennium Development Goals in Argentina and Venezuela
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Dr Seyed Abdolhamed Hosseini Faradonbeh

Work Phone(02) 4921 5878
Fax(02) 4921 6933
Email
PositionLecturer
School of Humanities and Social Science
Faculty of Education and Arts
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Focus AreaSociology and Anthropology
Office
W345,
Behavioural Science Building,
Callaghan
University Drive
Callaghan NSW 2308
Australia
URL:www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/hamed-hosseini