Li-Min Lee

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Li-Min Lee

PhD Candidate

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Li-Min Lee is a PhD candidate at the University of Tasmania with research interests in intersectionality, queer theory, public health sociology, social determinants of crime, mental health and patterns of help-seeking, particularly in research on health and wellbeing in vulnerable and marginalised populations (e.g., older LGBTI people, queer people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background). Li-Min’s previous research was about ageing and aged care service needs of older lesbian women, and is currently engaged in research on ageing in lesbian communities, which has focused on lesbian seniors’ experiences and expectations in accessing informal support before and after coming out later in life.



Australian Association of Gerontology

The Australian Women's and Gender Studies Association