Associate Professor Carol Reid
- Areas of Research / Teaching Expertise
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- Awards and Recognition
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Associate Professor Reid is a sociologist of education whose research focuses on issues of ethnicity, race and education. She is internationally known for her work in this area and has been a visiting scholar in Canada and Sweden. Carol’s research has been funded by national and international bodies including the Australian Research Council, NSW DET, Australian Rotary Health Research Fund, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, DEEWR/Curriculum Corporation, the NSW Fire Brigade, Canadian High Commission and UWS internal grants. Carol is a reviewer for a range of national and international journals including Gender and Education, Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Australian Educational Researcher, Curriculum Inquiry, Journal of Intercultural Studies, Journal of Issues in Educational Research, Journal of Transnational Curriculum Inquiry, International Journal of Inclusive Education and the International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. Carol was appointed to the UWS Ethics Committee and the Australian Research Council as an assessor. She was a recipient of the Vice Chancellor’s Highly Commended Award for Social Justice in 2005 and the winner of the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Community Engagement in 2009 for her work on anti-racism.
Areas of Research / Teaching Expertise
Areas of research expertiseTeacher diversity; multiculturalism, cosmopolitanism and global mobility; the socio-cultural dimensions of information technology in education; inequality and education.
Areas of teaching expertise
Sociology of education; Social inclusion and education; Social justice in education, particularly processes of racialisation; Cultural diversity and the internet; multiculturalism, cosmopolitanism and anti-racism, youth and identity.
PhD (Macquarie), DipTeach (USyd), BAHons (Macquarie)
Grants / Current Projects
2010-2012 Australian Research Council Discovery Project: A Sociological analysis of ethnicity and compulsory schooling in NSW; Associate Professor Carol Reid, Professor Christine Halse.
2008- 2010 Social Sciences and Humanities Research
Council Canada: International Opportunities Fund Bridging Borders: International Explorations of Youth Use of Information and Communication Technology Professor Dianne Looker (Mount St Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada), Dr Carol Reid (University of Western Sydney), Professor Toni Downes (Charles Sturt University), Dr Victor Thiessen (Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada), Professor Kees C.S van der Waal (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa), Ms Barbara Cottrell, Halifax.
2007 Department of Immigration and Citizenship, National Action Plan Tapping into the Pulse of Cosmopolitan Youth in South/Western Sydney, Professor Collins (UTS) and Dr Carol Reid
2006-2008 Australian Research Council Linkage Project Globalisation and Teacher Movements into and out of multicultural Australia Dr C Reid; Prof JH Collins; Prof M Singh
2007-2008 UWS Research Partnership Grant Exploring options for positive futures for young people with an intellectual disability Dr Carol Reid, Dr Debra Costley, Dr Marilyn Kell
2007 Reid, C., Watson, K., Power, A., Webb, C., Gregson, R., White, A., Horsley, M. Project manager: Costley,D. AUSAid Competitive Research Grant Global Education NSW
2005-2007 ARC Linkage Project From high school to higher education: Gendered pathways in information, communication and computer technology education Investigators Prof M Vickers; Prof TI Downes; Dr J Lynch; Dr C Reid; Dr CR Harris; Dr RF Stevens; Ms W. Finnegan; Dr. S. Gannon; Dr K.Robinson; Mr KR Lountain
2005-2007 National Values in Education UAN for the Malek Fahd Cluster. Unity in Diversity
2005 UWS Research Grant Young People and the Crime Prevention Strategies Used by Schools Dr Carol Reid
Awards and Recognition
University of Western Sydney’s Vice Chancellor’s Award for Community 2009;
Engagement Visiting Scholar, York University, Toronto, Canada, 2007;
Research Secondment to Green, Wired, Safe Australia 2005;
Social Justice Award (Highly Commended) for contribution to Aboriginal Education at UWS 2004;
Visiting Scholar, York University, Toronto, November, 2007;
Visiting Faculty, York University, Toronto, Canada 2004;
Visiting Scholar, Malmo Hogskola, Malmo, Sweden 2002;
Visiting Scholar, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, Canada 1996.
Reid, C., Sproats, E. & Singh, M.J. (2006) Schools Noticing, Intervening and Preventing Youth Crime Through Building Emotional Capital, School of Education, University of Western Sydney.
Reid, C (2004) Negotiating Racialised Identities: Indigenous Teacher Education in Australia and Canada, Melbourne: Common Ground Publishing.
Reid, C (2001) with Jock Collins, Antonio Castillo and Carol Reid (eds) The Chinese Guide to Cosmopolitan Sydney: explore the world in one city, Sydney: Pluto Press.
Refereed Journal Articles
Reid, C. (2010) Will the Shire ever be the same again? Schooling responses to the Cronulla riot. Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(1), 47-62.
Collins J, Reid C, (2009) Minority Youth, Crime, Conflict, and Belonging in Australia, Journal of International Migration and Integration, vol 10,4, pp 377-391
Reid, C. (2009) Technology loving Luddites? Declining participation in high school computing in Australia, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30 (3), 289–302.
Reid, C. (2009) Schooling responses to youth crime: building emotional capital, International Journal of Inclusive Education, 13 (6), 1-15
Leeman, Y.; Reid, C. (2006) Multi/Intercultual Education in Australia and The Netherlands, Compare, Vol. 36, No.1, March 2006, pp. 57-72
Reid, C. (2006) Schooling - Not Policing: responses to youth crime, The Journal of the Parents and Citizens Association of NSW, 57 (2), 10.
Reid, Carol (2005) Global Teachers with Globite Cases, Australian Journal of Education, Volume 49, Number 1
Reid, Carol (2003) 'Privilege, Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity in Indigenous Teacher Education', Journal of Postcolonial Studies in Education, 2, 4.
Mason, T; Reid, C; and Perry, B. (2003) The Aboriginal Rural Education Program in Teacher Education at the University of Western Sydney: An Innovative Approach to an Important Challenge Change Journal: Transformations in Education, 6, 2.
Reid, C. (2003) Studying cultural diversity using ICTs in teacher education: pedagogy, power and literacy Journal of Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 12, 3.
Chapters in Edited Collections
Reid C, Collins J, 2009, The Sydney Cronulla Beach Riots: The Contexts and Contradictions of the Racialization of Young People in Racism and Justice: Critical Dialogue on the Politics of Identity, Inequality and Change, Singh Bolaria, Sean P. Hier, Daniel Lett, Canada, pp 123-136.
Reid, C. and van den Akker, J. (2007) CIT teachers' cultures in a globalising world in Julianne Lynch (Ed) Gender and IT: Ongoing challenges for Computing and Information Technology education in Australian secondary schools, Australian Curriculum Studies Association and Common Ground Publishing, Melbourne.
Reid, C. (2001) Magpie Babies: Urban Aboriginal students, identity and inequality in education, in A. Ward and R. Bouvier (eds) Resting Lightly on Mother Earth: The Aboriginal Experience in Urban Educational Settings, Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.
Reid, C (2001) 'Webs of Diversity', in A. Pandian (ed) Technologies of Learning: Learning through and about the new information technologies, Melbourne: Common Ground Publishing.
Collins, J; Reid, C; Fabiansson, C; Healey, L. (In press) Tapping into the Pulse of Cosmopolitan Youth in South and South-Western Sydney. Department of Immigration and Citizenship, Canberra.
Reid, C., Sproats, E. & Singh, M.J. (2006) Schools Noticing, Intervening and Preventing Youth Crime Through Building Emotional Capital, School of Education, University of Western Sydney
Reid, C. (2005) Visible Minorities in Teacher Education, NSW Department of Education and Training.