Western Sydney University courses and instructors

Western Sydney University (WS) is a large, research-led metropolitan university operating over multiple teaching campuses in Western Sydney, one of the fastest growing, economically significant and most dynamic regions in Australia. WS is enterprising and forward-looking, embracing diversity and a commitment to excellence, access and opportunity. There are currently over 44,000 students enrolled in courses at the University.

Western Sydney University (WS) is a large, research-led metropolitan university operating over multiple teaching campuses in Western Sydney, one of the fastest growing, economically significant and most dynamic regions in Australia. WS is enterprising and forward-looking, embracing diversity and a commitment to excellence, access and opportunity. There are currently over 44,000 students enrolled in courses at the University.

Western Sydney University Instructors (1)

  • Dr. Alphia Possamai-Inesedy

    Alphia Possamai-Inesedy is a Senior-Lecturer in sociology at the University of Western Sydney.

    Alphia Possamai-Inesedy is a Senior-Lecturer in sociology at the University of Western Sydney. She is the editor in chief of the Journal of Sociology (2013-2016) as well as the co-creator of the Risk Societies Thematic Group within the Australian Sociological Association. Her recent work includes Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach (with Henslin and Possamai, 2013, Pearsons); as well as New Methods in Social Justice Research for the Twenty-First Century (with Gwyther, 2009, Taylor & Francis). Alphia is currently involved in ongoing research that focuses on risk society, religion, health and methodologies.

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