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Alanna Kamp

Report

Australians’ well-being and resilience during COVID-19

This report presents the findings of a national survey of Australians 16 years and over, conducted in November 2020, to examine Australians’ well-being and resilience within the COVID-19 pandemic context, and the factors that promoted and hindered their well-being and resilience.
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Asian Australians’ experiences of racism during the COVID-19 pandemic

This research examines Asian Australians’ experiences of racism before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. The researchers examined how these experiences are associated with their mental health, wellbeing and feelings of belonging.
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Challenging Racism Project: 2015-16 national survey report

This project measured the extent and variation of racist attitudes and experiences in Australia. It examines Australians attitudes to cultural diversity, discomfort/intolerance of specific groups, ideology of nation, perceptions of Anglo-Celtic cultural privilege, and belief in racialism, racial separatism and racial hierarchy. The project also...
Audio podcast

Speaking with: Alanna Kamp about the erasure of Chinese Australian women from our history books

Dallas Rogers speaks with Western Sydney Univeristy's Alanna Kamp about her research on the forgotten lives of Chinese Australian women in the 20th Century, the silence in our census records about their experiences, and why it matters for our understanding of Australia’s national identity.