Researcher

Dr Ariella Meltzer

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Fields of Research (FoR)

Social policy, People with disability, Family care, Sociology of family and relationships, Applied sociology, program evaluation and social impact assessment, Social change, Social program evaluation

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Biography

Dr Ariella Meltzer is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact, UNSW. Her research focus is on relationships and social change, with particular interests in disability, young people, mentoring, peer support and supportive community relationships. She also has a core research interest in information accessibility for people with disability.

Much of Ariella’s work seeks to unpack the idea of ‘relational service provision’ – i.e....view more

Dr Ariella Meltzer is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact, UNSW. Her research focus is on relationships and social change, with particular interests in disability, young people, mentoring, peer support and supportive community relationships. She also has a core research interest in information accessibility for people with disability.

Much of Ariella’s work seeks to unpack the idea of ‘relational service provision’ – i.e. human services that both support and are supported by the variety of human relationships which are present in people’s lives and which impact their social and economic outcomes. Her recent work in this area includes:

Ariella is experienced in complex qualitative research, including projects involving multiple stakeholders, longitudinal components, complex project management requirements, multiple methods and diverse informational needs for different audiences. Her skills cross field work with people with disability and young people, analysis of complex qualitative data and the presentation of information for different audiences.

Ariella completed her PhD at UNSW Sydney in 2015.


My Qualifications

BSocSci (Hons 1st)

PhD (Social Policy)


My Awards

UNSW Business School Research Impact Award (2020)

UNSW  Arts and Social Sciences Dean's Award for Research Society Impact (2015)

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Location

704, Level 7, Science Engineering Building (E8)

Contact

+61 2 8936 0910