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Biography

As Associate Research Fellow, I am working on an ARC-funded project that explores the help-seeking and help-giving practices of Indigenous social media users. The project seeks to develop understandings of the conditions under which people do and do not choose to seek or provide help through social media. 

My PhD research explored the politics of volunteering in a mentoring program provided by a refugee support organisation. Drawing on the work of Deleuze and Guattari, the project sought to rethink the politics of care through assemblage as agencement. More specifically, it unpacked both what makes care possible and what care makes possible. In this way, the project empirically engaged with 'what works' for mobilising and immobilising care for and about refugees through assemblage thinking—extending conceptual discussions in geographies of care and best practice models of volunteering.

Education/Academic qualification

University of Wollongong

Award Date: 1 Jul 2019

University of Wollongong

20152018

University of Wollongong

… → 2013

University of Wollongong

… → 2012

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Research Output

  • Indigenous activism and social media: a global response to #SOSBLAKAUSTRALIA

    Carlson, B. & Frazer, R., 2016, Negotiating digital citizenship: control, contest and culture. McCosker, A., Vivienne, S. & Johns, A. (eds.). London; New York: Rowman & Littlefield International, p. 115-130 16 p.

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  • Pain, politics and volunteering in tourism studies

    Frazer, R. & Waitt, G., Mar 2016, In : Annals of Tourism Research. 57, p. 176-189 14 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

  • Mediating Tragedy: Facebook, Aboriginal Peoples and Suicide

    Carlson, B. L., Farrelly, T., Frazer, R. & Borthwick, F., 2015, In : Australasian Journal of Information Systems. 19, p. 1-15 15 p.

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    Open Access