Charlotte Greenhalgh is a Discovery Early Career Researcher at Monash University (2014-2017). Her current project examines the experience of participating in mid-twentieth-century social scientific research and its influence on modes of selfhood and social control in Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. She was previously the holder of a Commonwealth Scholarship at the University of Oxford and a Kate Edger postdoctoral award at the University of Auckland.
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- For more than a hundred years, social surveys have been a major tool of social investigation. Dr Charlotte Greenhalgh talks to Kathryn Ryan on Radio NZ ... Read more