Family meals: The new food fight
The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing many families back together for dinner, but for others it's harder than ever to put food on the table.
Visas, the virus, and family separation
Migrant visa holders have for years been feeling the pain of family separation that many of us are now experiencing in isolation.
Dinner for who?
The traditional family meal is under threat from modern lifestyles and family diversity. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, according to a new study.
Putting health on the table
Drawing on a passion that runs through his family, Dr Sandro Demaio returns to Australia to improve people’s wellbeing – starting in the kitchen.
The hunger pains
Putting food on the table is increasingly becoming a middle-class problem for many families.
The battle back home
Shining a light on the struggle POWs faced when they returned to Australia – and the impact on their wives.
Pokies ban would help Tasmania's gamblers
Disadvantage predicts the extent of poker machine losses far more in the Apple Isle than in other Australian states and territories.
Senior Lecturer, Curriculum & Pedagogy, Faculty of Education
Lecturer, Nutrition Dietetics & Food
Professor, Sociology, Associate Dean Enterprise, Arts Faculty
Senior Lecturer, Curriculum & Pedagogy
Research and Centre Manager of the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre and the Managing DIrector of the Border Crossing Observatory
Associate Professor of Criminology
Associate Professor, Criminology and Director, Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre
Professor of Sociology
Professor of History, and Head of School for the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies.
Head of Gambling and Social Determinants