Researcher

Associate Professor kylie valentine

My Expertise

Families, children and mothers; marginalised communities and individuals; and the translation of research into politics and practice.

Field of Research (FoR)

Biography

kylie valentine is Deputy Director  of the Social Policy Research Centre. Her research interests include the application of methods and concepts from the sociology of knowledge to new areas and concerns, with a specific focus on social disadvantage and exclusion. She conducts research on how human services are delivered and how they make up populations. 

kylie also conducts evaluation research on integrated service delivery and programs for...view more

kylie valentine is Deputy Director  of the Social Policy Research Centre. Her research interests include the application of methods and concepts from the sociology of knowledge to new areas and concerns, with a specific focus on social disadvantage and exclusion. She conducts research on how human services are delivered and how they make up populations. 

kylie also conducts evaluation research on integrated service delivery and programs for children and families, and has expertise in qualitative methodologies and evaluation design. Current and recent projects include the evaluation of the NSW Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Service, a study of best practice in early intervention violence prevention for women and children with disability, a review of Australian Safe at Home projects, and a qualitative study of housing pathways after domestic and family violence.


My Qualifications

BA (Hons), PhD Syd


My Teaching

HDR Supervision: Qualitative research; families, children and mothers; marginalised communities and individuals; translating research into politics and practice; social theory. kylie currently supervises Jan Idle and Nyah Harwood (Centre for Social Research in Health)

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Location

205 Goodsell Building

Contact

+61 2 9385 7825
+61 2 9385 7838

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