Sociology and Women's Studies
Michele is a mature age student currently studying her second year of a PhD in Social Work.
BSW (Hons), BSP
Michele currently is a tutor for the topics SOAD2007 Social Policy Practice, SOAD3103 Social Work with Diverse Populations and SOAD1008 Reasons for Social Work.
To date, Michele's primary research interest has been with women suffering multiple levels of oppression in areas such as substance use problems, mental health problems and intimate partner violence. She has also conducted research into addictions and the 'therapeutic alliance'. Her topic for her PhD is on the effects of stigma and oppression on offenders in South Australia.
Jarldorn, M. (2014) The politics of research ethics in social work: reflections from a first time researcher. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 11(2). forthcoming
Fraser, H. Jarldorn, M. & Fraser, W. (2011) A Pilot Study: The Stages of Change Model and the use of therapeutic alliances in worker-client interactions at DASSA's Northern and Western clinics.
Fraser, H & Jarldorn, M. (forthcoming) Research and Resistance: A Cautionary Tale, in Susan Strega and Leslie Brown Eds. Research as Resistance: Critical, Indigenous and Anti-oppressive Approaches, 2nd Edition, Canadian Scholars Press, Toronto
2013, Invited speaker, Southern DVAG AGM. Research as resistance: a cautionary tale
2012, Invited speaker, South Australian Country Social Workers seminar, 'Building Alliances with Women on Welfare'.
Michele has been a long term volunteer at Kirinari Community School, where she is currently the Convenor of the management committee.
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|Postal address:||GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia|