31st December 2020*
Applicants should contact the primary supervisor, and submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) and Application as soon as possible.
*unless filled earlier
Technology and social media have revolutionised the way we engage with causes and bring about change in the world. While some environmental issues are captured by community imagination, not all are acted on. What are the mechanisms that allow some to become accepted? The PhD candidate will investigate examples of successful local and global movements (e.g., school strike for climate) with the aim to identify the belief systems and behaviours behind their success. This cutting-edge project is at the nexus of truly multidisciplinary teams, encompassing IT, media, psychology, and environmental and social science. The candidate will use available IT resources and their skills in science communication to access social channels, identify successful movements, and propose new projects that allow communities to profile actions.
See the following web page for entry requirements: www.utas.edu.au/research/degrees/what-is-a-research-degree
Applicants who require more information or are interested in this specific project should first contact the listed Supervisor. Information and guidance on the application process can be found on the Apply Now website.
Information about scholarships is available on the Scholarships webpage.
Please contact, Jennifer Lavers for further information.