Dr Haydn Aarons - Nat Sch of Arts (Faculty of Education and Arts)
Accreditation in-progress - Supervisor is eligible to co-supervise with another fully accredited supervisor (Principal Supervisor)
I am a sociologist with specific interests in religion, cultural consumption, health, and rural communities. My teaching covers a range of sociological fields. I specialise in quantitative methods, particularly survey data.
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- Religion and Identity (PhD) (Co-Supervisor)
2012 Social Attitudes Towards Contemporary Challenges Facing Australia, in Australia a Changing Nation: Fear, Identity, and Governance in the 21st Century. Aarons H and Pietsch (eds) ANU Press. PP 1 a?? 14.
Religion, in Sociology: Antipodean Perspectives. Beilharz, P and T Hogan (eds) Oxford University Press. PP 309 - 312
Consumption , in Sociology: Antipodean Perspectives. Beilharz, P and T Hogan (eds) Oxford University Press. PP 313 a?? 317
Aarons, H and Senior, L. 2012 Whole of Region Health Needs Assessment for the Lower Murray Medicare Local. Department of Health and Ageing, Australian Government. Canberra
On Elias and Dunninga??s Mimetic Leisure: Revitalising the Sociology of Taste., in Rivista Sulle Transformationi Sociale 1 (2) 238 a?? 255
Choosing Buddhism: Towards a Traditional Style of Reflexive Spiritual Engagement, in British Journal of Sociology Virtual Edition: secularization, individualisation, and modernisation
Aarons, H and Glossop B. 2008. Mildura Social Indicators 2008. Mildura Rural City Council and the State Government of Victoria
Phillips, T and Aarons, H. 2007 Looking a??Easta??: An Exploratory Analysis of Western Disenchantment. International Sociology 22 (3) 325 - 341, in International Sociology 22 (3) 325 - 341
Phillips, T. and Aarons, H. 2005 Choosing Buddhism: Towards a Traditional Style of Reflexive Spiritual Engagement, in British Journal of Sociology 56 (2) 215 - 232