Sunday Mail - - NEWS -

Ben Wad­ham $128,152 2 3 In­ves­ti­gate in­sti­tu­tional abuse within the Aus­tralian De­fence Force since 1969. Col­lect sur­vivor ac­counts of De­fence abuse and the for­mal ADF in­sti­tu­tional re­sponses. It is in­tended the project out­comes will in­form wider ques­tions about how in­sti­tu­tions re­spond to so­cial change. Eva Kemps $420,077 2 4

Test whether soft drink use is gov­erned partly by au­to­matic pro­cesses (cog­ni­tive bi­ases) that op­er­ate largely out­side of con­scious con­trol. Ex­pected out­comes in­clude the­o­ret­i­cal in­no­va­tion, new re­search method­olo­gies and ac­ces­si­ble cost-ef­fec­tive tech­nolo­gies for re­duc­ing ex­ces­sive sugar in­take from soft drinks.

Mark Halsey $378,756 2 4 Cap­ture the com­plex per­sonal, cul­tural and so­cial fac­tors un­der­pin­ning be­hav­iours of Abo­rig­i­nal pris­on­ers in South Aus­tralia and the North­ern Ter­ri­tory. The project will re­sult in place-based and cul­tur­ally in­formed ap­proaches for sup­port­ing de­sis­tance from crime among high-rate of­fend­ers. An­drekos Var­nava $206,531 4 3 His­tori­cise the creation and con­trol of “sus­pect” mi­grant com­mu­ni­ties and the re­stric­tions on the fur­ther im­mi­gra­tion of mem­bers of these groups by the Bri­tish and Aus­tralian au­thor­i­ties from 1900-81. Daryl Wes­ley $359,586 1 3 Iden­tify fauna in rock art in the Ward­deken indige­nous Pro­tected Area, NT, an area with no Pleis­tocene palaeon­to­log­i­cal fauna record. Jonathan Ben­jamin $597,000 7 3 An­drew Gold­smith $296,000 4 5 Pro­vide a lon­gi­tu­di­nal crim­i­no­log­i­cal study of ado­les­cent in­ter­net use in the world. The project will study how ado­les­cents use the in­ter­net daily, and par­tic­u­larly how this may en­able or en­cour­age delin­quency on and off-line.

Jane Hag­gis $333,500 4 3 Study re­li­gion as a di­men­sion of in­ter­na­tional af­fairs be­tween 1860 and 1950. It will ex­am­ine the con­tri­bu­tion of faith­based ac­tiv­ity, net­work­ing and thought to global gov­er­nance and peace build­ing in­sti­tu­tion­alised in the United Na­tions, uni­ver­sal hu­man rights and hu­man­i­tar­i­an­ism.

Yipeng Zhou $368,446 1 3 Build an in­tel­li­gent video stream­ing ser­vice by char­ac­ter­is­ing users’ view in­ter­est pat­terns and pre­dict user in­ter­est changes. The out­comes of the project will be of great val­ues for users and our so­ci­ety by in­tel­li­gently fil­ter­ing out val­ue­less, harm­ful, il­le­gal and un­wanted videos in ad­vance. 3

Un­der­stand per­sis­tent hous­ing sec­tor sup­ply prob­lems through anal­y­sis of dig­i­tal col­lab­o­ra­tive prac­tices. Ex­pected out­comes in­clude en­hanced hous­ing sup­ply pro­fes­sion­als’ ca­pa­bil­ity, im­proved knowl­edge among pub­lic/pri­vate sec­tor decision mak­ers re­spon­si­ble for hous­ing sup­ply and de­vel­op­ment of new dig­i­tal col­lab­o­ra­tive be­havioural the­o­ret­i­cal and prac­ti­cal frame­works for the sec­tor. Bruce John­son $428,878 4 3 In­ves­ti­gate the work of schools that suc­cess­fully re­set­tle and in­clude refugee stu­dents by cre­at­ing the so­cial and ed­u­ca­tional con­di­tions that en­hance their re­silience. Garth Stahl $350,977 1 3 Study how gen­der, eth­nic­ity and so­cial class af­fect first-in-fam­ily Aus­tralian males from low so­cio-eco­nomic back­grounds as they tran­si­tion to uni­ver­sity. Lester Rigney $337,000 2 3 Ex­am­ine how teach­ers in main­stream mid­dleschool class­rooms can teach young indige­nous Aus­tralians in a cul­tur­ally sen­si­tive way.

Julie Rat­cliffe $406,665 7 3 De­velop and val­i­date a new pref­er­ence-based qual­ity-of-life in­stru­ment with ap­pli­ca­tions in aged-care. The new in­stru­ment would have im­me­di­ate ap­pli­ca­tions in qual­ity as­sess­ment and eco­nomic eval­u­a­tion, im­prov­ing the qual­ity of life and well­be­ing of older Aus­tralians. Janna Mor­ri­son 3 $987,972 Un­der­stand how the foetal heart can de­velop nor­mally with much less oxy­gen than an adult heart uses. Could lead to non-in­va­sive ap­proaches to de­tect and treat ab­nor­mal foetal heart growth. 3

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.