Details about Joshua Roose:

University of Melbourne 
About me
I am in the final stages of a PhD at the University of Melbourne, Australia. I am utilising Bourdieu's Theory of Practice extensively in my work.

Bourdieu's work serves as an inspiration to me of what our work should be about.  
Research projects
2009-2012 PhD Candidate
The University of Melbourne
NCEIS / Asia Institute
'Understanding political action amongst Australian born Muslim men'.

2011-2013 Researcher
Australian Research Council Grant
Monash University, Melbourne Australia
'The Civic Life of Young Australian Muslims'. 
Research interests
Applications of Bourdieu to contemporary Australian and Western social life.

Multiculturalism, Islam, Western born Muslims.

Understanding how power impacts society at different levels.  
1. Roose, J.M. 'The Future of Islam and Australian Multiculturalism', Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Conference, The University of Melbourne, September 2010

2. Akbarzadeh, S., Roose, J.M. 'Muslims, Muslims, Multiculturalism and the Question of the Silent Majority', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol.31, No. 3, 2011 pp309-325

3. Roose, J.M. Young Muslims Australia: Anatomy of a Multicultural Success Story', The La Trobe Journal (Forthcoming) 2012

4. Roose, J.M., Akbarzadeh, S. 'SBS Insight: Extinguishing the fire of Fanning the Flames?' Journal of Communication Studies (In Review) 2012 


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