Her scientific interests lie mostly in Economic growth, Social work, Agricultural productivity, Rural history and Public health. Her Economic growth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Masculinity, Rage and Social capital. Her Social work research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Secondary research, Exploratory research, Educational research, Public relations and Medical education.
The concepts of her Agricultural productivity study are interwoven with issues in Construct, Scale, Mode of production and Political economy. Her Rural history research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rural australia, Gender studies, Women's history and Ethnology. Many of her research projects under Public health are closely connected to Refugee with Refugee, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Margaret Alston focuses on Economic growth, Social work, Socioeconomics, Public relations and Nursing. Her work on Disadvantaged as part of general Economic growth study is frequently linked to Project commissioning, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. As part of her studies on Social work, she often connects relevant areas like Social change.
Her research on Nursing frequently links to adjacent areas such as Health care. Her Health care study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Public health.
Her primary areas of investigation include Social work, Public relations, Engineering ethics, Post disaster and Environmental planning. Her Social work research integrates issues from Self care, Gender studies and Demographic economics. Her work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Identity, Sense of place and Psychological intervention.
Post disaster overlaps with fields such as Medical emergency, Public administration, Courage, Solidarity and Global South in her research. Her study on Environmental planning is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Vulnerability. Margaret Alston integrates many fields, such as Context, Food security, Environmental degradation, Developing country, Development economics and Agricultural productivity, in her works.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social work, Context, Public relations, Engineering ethics and Disaster recovery. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Social work and Natural disaster in her work. Her Context research spans across into areas like Gender mainstreaming, Agricultural productivity, Identity, Development economics and Food security.
Her work deals with themes such as Psychosocial, Mental health, Empirical research and Emergency management, which intersect with Public relations. Her work in Disaster recovery incorporates the disciplines of Diversity, Socioeconomics, Migrant workers, Environmental disaster and Sense of place.
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Research for Social Workers: An Introduction to Methods
Margaret Alston;Wendy Bowles.
Women on the Land: The hidden heart of Australia
Rural male suicide in Australia.
Social Science & Medicine (2012)
Gender mainstreaming and climate change
Womens Studies International Forum (2014)
The Big Dry The link between rural masculinities and poor health outcomes for farming men
Margaret Alston;Jennifer Kent.
Journal of Sociology (2008)
Women on the land : the hidden heart of rural Australia
‘You don't want to be a check‐out chick all your life’: The out‐migration of young people from Australia's small rural towns
Australian Journal of Social Issues (2004)
Breaking through the grass ceiling : women, power and leadership in agricultural organisations
Social Capital in Rural Australia
Rural society (2002)
Who is down on the farm? Social aspects of Australian agriculture in the 21st century
Agriculture and Human Values (2004)
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