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Dr. Kim Toffoletti
|Area||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Phone||+61 3 924 43986|
|Role and profile||
Kim Toffoletti teaches in the Sociology and Gender Studies program.
|Teaching responsibilities||Bachelor of Arts.|
Representations of gender in media, sport, and popular culture
Women fans of Australian Rules football
Gender, technology and the body
The writings of Jean Baudrillard.
|Current research projects||
A study of Australian female football fans, focusing on the practices of women supporters in the maintenance and disruption of gendered identities in sport (with Dr P.Mewett). An edited collection titled 'Sport and its Female Fans' is forthcoming in 2012 (Routledge).
Gender Differences in the Experiential Realities of Bisexuality’: Janet Watson
‘Cross-Gendered Selves: An Exploratory Study of Childhood Gender Dysphoria’: Kelly Elizabeth
‘Sexual Abuse Representation in Fiction: Hidden Desire, Culture and Redemption’: Neena Sachdev.
GCHE Deakin (2007)
PhD Monash (2003)
BA (Hons)/BSc Monash (1998)
Committee memberships at Deakin
2010 Faculty Equity and Diversity Advisory Group, Deakin University
2006 Access, Equity and Equal Opportunity Subcommittee, Deakin University
2005 Teaching and Learning Committee, Faculty of Arts, Deakin University
Australian Women and Gender Studies Association
Cultural Studies Association of Australasia
North American Society for the Sociology of Sport
|Research link||View Deakin associated research data|
The following publications are prior to my employment at Deakin - for other publications see the Research link.