Prof Bob Pease

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Honorary Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

Campus

Off-Campus (Home)

Publications

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2014

Recognition, resistance and reconstruction : an introduction to subjectivities and social justice

M Pallotta-Chiarolli, B Pease

(2014), pp. 1-23, The politics of recognition and social justice : transforming subjectivities and new forms of resistance, New York, NY, B1

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'New wine in old bottles?' A commentary on 'What's in it for men?': Old question, new data

B Pease

(2014), Vol. 17, pp. 549-551, Men and masculinities, London, Eng., C1

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Hegemonic masculinity and the gendering of men in disaster management: implications for social work education

B Pease

(2014), Vol. 16, pp. 60-72, Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

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Theorising men's violence prevention policies: limitations and possibilities of interventions in a patriarchal state

B Pease

(2014), pp. 22-40, Preventing sexual violence : interdisciplinary approaches to overcoming a rape culture, Baskingstoke, England, B1

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The politics of men's emotions : From emotional detachment to compassion in men's responses to gender injustice

B Pease

(2014), pp. 69-83, Walking beside challenging the role of emotions in normalization, Stockholm, Sweden, B1

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2013

Gendering Methodologies in the Study of Men and Masculinities

B Pini, B Pease

(2013), pp. 1-25, Men, Masculinities and Methodologies, London, UK, B1

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Epistemology, Methodology and Accountability in Researching Mens Subjectives and Practices

B Pease

(2013), pp. 39-52, Men, Masculinities and Methodologies, London, UK, B1

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2012

Military deployment, masculinity and trauma : reviewing the connections

J Fox, B Pease

(2012), Vol. 20, pp. 16-31, Journal of men's studies, Harriman, Tenn., C1

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Interrogating privileged subjectivities : reflections on writing personal accounts of privilege

B Pease

(2012), pp. 71-82, Emergent writing methodologies in feminist studies, New York, N.Y., B1

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The politics of gendered emotions : disrupting men's emotional investment in privilege

B Pease

(2012), Vol. 47, pp. 125-142, Australian journal of social issues, Strawberry Hills, N. S. W., C1

journal
2011

Introduction : transforming men's practices around the world

K Pringle, J Hearn, B Pease, E Ruspini

(2011), pp. 1-, Men and masculinities around the world, New York, N.Y., B1

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Governing men's violence against women in Australia

B Pease

(2011), pp. 177-189, Men and masculinities around the world : transforming men's practices, New York, N.Y., B1

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Theorizing normalization as hidden privilege

B Pease

(2011), pp. 69-79, Normalization and 'outsiderhood' feminist readings of a neoliberal welfare state, Sweden, B1

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Men in social work : challenging or reproducing an unequal gender regime?

B Pease

(2011), pp. 1-14, Affilia : Journal of women and social work, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1

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Neoliberalism and Australian social work : accommodation or resistance?

J Wallace, B Pease

(2011), Vol. 11, pp. 132-142, Journal of social work, London, England, C1

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Interrogating male privilege in the human services and social work education

C Noble, B Pease

(2011), Vol. 10, pp. 29-38, Women in welfare education, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal
2010

Challenging the dominant paradigm : social work research, social justice and social change

B Pease

(2010), pp. 98-112, The SAGE handbook of social work research, London, England, B1

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Addressing male privilege in counselling with men

B Pease

(2010), Vol. 1, pp. 14-19, CAPA quarterly, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

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Undoing privilege : unearned advantage in a divided world

B Pease

(2010), London, England, A1

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Reconstructing violent rural masculinities : responding to fractures in the rural gender order in Australia

B Pease

(2010), Vol. 2, pp. 154-164, Culture, society & masculinity, Harriman, Tenn., C1

journal
2009

Racialsed masculinities and the health of immigrant and refugee men

B Pease

(2009), pp. 182-201, Men's health : body, identity and social context, Chichester, England, B1

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From evidence-based practice to critical knowledge in post-positivist social work

B Pease

(2009), pp. 45-57, Critical social work, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1

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Reshaping attitudes toward violence against women

M Flood, B Pease, N Taylor, K Webster

(2009), pp. 177-198, Violence against women in families and relationships, vol 4, Westport, Conn., B1

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Machismo and the construction of immigrant latin American masculinities

P Crossley, B Pease

(2009), pp. 115-134, Migrant men critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience, New York, N.Y., B1

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Immigrant men and domestic life - renegotiating the patriarchal bargain?

B Pease

(2009), pp. 79-95, Migrant men critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience, New York, N.Y., B1

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Men and masculinities on the move

R Hibbins, B Pease

(2009), pp. 1-19, Migrant men critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience, New York, N.Y., B1

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Rethinking masculinities in the African diaspora

N Wa Mungai, B Pease

(2009), pp. 96-114, Migrant men : critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience, New York, N.Y., B1

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Factors influencing attitudes to violence against women

M Flood, B Pease

(2009), Vol. 10, pp. 125-142, Trauma, violence, & abuse, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1

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Introducing critical theories for social work in a neo-liberal context

L Briskman, B Pease, J Allan

(2009), pp. 1-14, Critical social work : theories and practices for a socially just world, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1

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From radical to critical social work

B Pease

(2009), pp. 189-198, Critical practice in social work, Basingstoke, England, B1

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The other side of social exclusion : interrogating the role of the privileged in reproducing inequality

B Pease

(2009), pp. 37-46, Theorising social exclusion, Abingdon, England, B1-1

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2008

Mothers and sons : using memory-work to explore the subjectivities and practices of profeminist men

B Pease

(2008), pp. 133-150, Dissecting the mundane : international perspectives on memory-work, Lanham, Md., B1

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Engaging men in men's violence prevention : exploring the tensions, dilemmas and possibilities

B Pease

(2008), Vol. August 2008, pp. 1-20, Australian domestic & family violence clearinghouse, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

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Theorising men's violence towards women in refugee families : towards in intersectional feminist framework

B Pease, S Rees

(2008), pp. 39-45, Just policy: a journal of Asustralian social policy, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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Rethinking the significance of attitudes in preventing men's violence3 against women

B Pease, M Flood

(2008), Vol. 43, pp. 547-561, Australian journal of social issues, [Sydney, N.S.W], C1

journal
2007

Critical social work theory meets evidence-based practice in Australia: towards critical knowledge-informed practice in social work

B Pease

(2007), pp. 103-138, ???????????: Kaiho? no so?sharu wa?ku, ?????, Kyo?to-shi, Japan, B1

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Domestic violence in refugee families in Australia : rethinking settlement policy and practice

S Rees, B Pease

(2007), Vol. 5, pp. 1-19, Journal of immigrant & refugee studies, New York, N.Y., C1

journal
2006

Australia : masculine migrations

B Pease

(2006), pp. 343-348, Men of the global south: a reader, New York, N.Y., B1

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Governing men and boys in public policy in Australia

B Pease

(2006), pp. 127-143, Analysing social policy: a governmental approach, Cheltenham, England, B1

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Encouraging critical reflections on privilege in social work and the human services

B Pease

(2006), Vol. 1, pp. 15-26, Practice reflexions, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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Gendering men: implications for gender equality

B Pease

(2006), pp. 1-13, Men and gender equality: towards progressive policies, Helsinki, Finland, E1

conference
2005

Rethinking profeminist men's behaviour change programs

B Pease

(2005), pp. 32-40, Women against violence : an Australian feminist journal, Carlton, Vic., C1-1

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Undoing men's privilege and advancing gender equality in public sector institutions

M Flood, B Pease

(2005), Vol. 24, pp. 119-138, Policy and society: journal of public, foreign and global policy, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

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Migrant masculinities: the experiences of Latin-American migrant men in Australia

B Pease, P Crossley

(2005), Vol. 11, pp. 133-140, JILAS - journal of Iberian and Latin American studies, Adelaide, S. Aust., C1-1

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2004

Decentring white men : critical reflections on masculinity and white studies

B Pease

(2004), pp. 119-132, Whitening race : essays in social and cultural criticism, Canberra, A.C.T., B1-1

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2003

Critical reflections on profeminist practice in men's groups

B Pease

(2003), pp. 53-65, Gender and groupwork, London, England, B1-1

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Men and masculinities : profeminist approaches to changing men

B Pease

(2003), pp. 124-138, Critical social work:an introduction to theories and practices, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1-1

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Rethinking the relationship between the self and society

B Pease

(2003), pp. 187-201, Critical social work: an introduction to theories and practices, St Leonards, N.S.W., B1-1

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Introducing Critical Theories in Social Work

B Pease, J Allan, L Briskman

(2003), pp. 1-14, Critical social work : an introduction to theories and practices, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1-1

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2002

Men and gender relations

B Pease

(2002), Croydon, Vic, A1-1

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Doing participatory research with profeminist men

B Pease

(2002), pp. 170-184, Slices of life: qualitative research snapshots, Melbourne, Vic., B1-1

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Rethinking empowerment: a postmodern reappraisal for emancipatory practice

B Pease

(2002), Vol. 32, pp. 135-147, British journal of social work, London, England, C1-1

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(Re)Constructing Men`s Interests

B Pease

(2002), Vol. 5, pp. 165-177, Men and masculinities, Thousand Oaks, CA, C1-1

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2001

Feminism, masculinity, politics and the human services

B Pease, P Camilleri

(2001), pp. 1-14, Working with men in the human services, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1-1

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Theoretical issues and political dilemmas in working with men

B Pease

(2001), pp. 15-24, Working with men in the human services, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1-1

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Moving beyond mateship:reconstructing Australian men's practices

B Pease

(2001), pp. 191-204, A man's world? changing men's practices in a globalized world, London, England, B1-1

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Studying men's practices and gender relations in a global context

B Pease, K Pringle

(2001), pp. 1-17, A man's world? changing men's practices in a globalized world, London, England, B1-1

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Developing pro feminist practice with men in social work

B Pease

(2001), Vol. 2, pp. 1-8, Critical social work, Ontario, Canada, C1-1

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Afterword: a man`s world? rethinking commonality and diversity in men`s practices

K Pringle, B Pease

(2001), pp. 245-252, Man`s world? changing men`s practices in a globalized world, London, England, B1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

PhD Scholarship - Masculinities and the health of young refugee males from Southern Sudan

Prof Bob Pease, Mr Ndungi Mungai

  • 2008: $10,004
  • 2007: $22,476
  • 2006: $21,231

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2014

Stephen Bruce Fisher

Thesis entitled: Involving Men to End Violence Against Women: A Critical Approach

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2013

Sarah Bernadette Epstein

Thesis entitled: Mothers and Sons: Feminist Maternal Practice with Boys

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

Cameron Boyd

Thesis entitled: Measuring harm: Governing the effects of child sexual abuse

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2012

Catherine Seymour

Thesis entitled: The Violence of Gender: Australian Policy Responses to Violence

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

Clare Land

Thesis entitled: The Politics of Solidarity with Indigenous Struggles in Southeast Australia

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

Pete French

Thesis entitled: Staking a Claim: Analysing Interventionist Discourses of Men's Family Violence

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2011

Ndungi Mungai

Thesis entitled: The Health and Well-being of Sudanese Young Men in Melbourne

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2010

Elizabeth Beddoe

Thesis entitled: Building professional capital : New Zealand social workers and continuing education

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2007

Mark Furlong

Thesis entitled: Disturbing the Dream of the Autonomous Subject

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

Associate Supervisor
2016

Krystyna Kostecki

Thesis entitled: Resistance and Reconstruction: Older Women Talk about Childhood Sexual Abuse

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

Gregory Paul Roberts

Thesis entitled: Into the Mystic - Bereaved parents, love and spontaneous creativity.

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2015

Gillian Louise Nieman

Thesis entitled: Aboriginal People and Local Government: A Shepparton Story

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2012

Jack Migdalek

Thesis entitled: Embodied Choreography and Performance of Gender

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development