Professor Greg Marston

Deputy Executive Dean

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Overview

Qualifications

  • Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Social Science, Queensland University of Technology
  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland

Publications

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Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Marston, Greg and Staines, Zoe (2019). Social policy. Australian politics and policy. (pp. 547-559) edited by Chen, Peter, Barry, Nicholas, Butcher, John, Clune, David, Cook, Ian, Garnier, Adele, Haigh, Yvonne, Motta, Sara and Taflaga, Marija.Sydney, NSW Australia: Sydney University Press.

  • Marston, Greg and Staines, Zoe (2019). Social policy. Australian politics and policy. (pp. 687-706) edited by Peter Chen, Nicholas Barry, John Butcher, David Clune, Ian Cook, Adele Garnier, Yvonne Haigh, Sara C. Motta and Marija Taflaga.Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press. doi:10.30722/sup.9781743326671

  • Lonne, Bob, McColl, Graeme and Marston, Greg (2017). Community recovery. Disaster health management: a primer for students and practitioners. (pp. 229-242) edited by Gerry FitzGerald, Mike Tarrant, Peter Aitken and Marie Fredriksen.Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Marston, Greg (2016). Exploring the complexity and contradictions of contemporary poverty governance: the case of payday lending in Australia. Governing practices: neoliberalism, governmentality, and the ethnographic imaginary. (pp. 245-263) edited by Michelle Brady and Randy K. Lippert.Toronto, ON, Canada: University of Toronto Press.

  • Marston, Greg (2016). Greening the Australian welfare state: can basic income play a role?. Basic income in Australia and New Zealand: perspectives from the neoliberal frontier. (pp. 157-178) edited by Jennifer Mays, Greg Marston and John Tomlinson.New York, NY, United States: Palgrave MacMillan. doi:10.1057/9781137535320_8

  • Mays, Jennifer, Marston, Greg and Tomlinson, John (2016). Neoliberal frontiers and economic insecurity: is basic income a solution?. Basic income in Australia and New Zealand: perspectives from the neoliberal frontier. (pp. 1-29) edited by Jennifer Mays, Greg Marston and John Tomlinson.New York, NY, United States: Palgrave MacMillian.

  • Marston, Greg (2015). From being a fish out of water to swimming with the school: notes from a class traveller in Australian higher education. Bread and roses: voices of Australian academics from the working class. (pp. 171-179) edited by Dee Michell, Jacqueline Z. Wilson and Verity Archer.Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers. doi:10.1007/978-94-6300-127-4_18

  • Banks, M. and Marston, G. (2015). On Neoliberalism and Welfare: Payday Lending and Commodifying Social Provisioning.. Narratives of Globalisation: Reflections on the Global Condition. (pp. 56-79) edited by Julian Lee.London: Rowman and Littlefield.

  • Marston, Greg (2015). Public health and social policy. Introduction to public health. (pp. 66-84) edited by Mary Louise Fleming.Chatswood, NSW, Australia: Elsevier Australia.

  • Marston, G. and McClelland, A. (2014). A framework for Understanding and Action: Understanding Policy and Practice. Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action. (pp. 44-62) edited by Alison McClelland and Paul Smyth.Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Marston, Greg (2014). Social justice and income support policies. Routledge international handbook of social justice. (pp. 237-248) edited by Michael Reisch.Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routhledge. doi:10.4324/9781315857534

  • Marston, G. (2013). Critical Discourse Analysis and Policy Change. Social work theories and methods. (pp. ---) edited by .Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Marston, Gregory (2013). Frontline workers as intermediaries: the changing landscape of disability and employment services in Australia. Work and the welfare state: street-level organizations and workfare politics. (pp. 209-225) edited by Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston.Washington, DC, United States: Georgetown University Press.

  • Marston, Greg, Moss, Jeremy and Quiggin, John (2010). Introduction: Shifting risk?. Risk, welfare and work. (pp. vii-xvi) edited by Greg Marston, Jeremy Moss and John Quiggin.Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Press.

  • McClelland, Alison and Marston, Gregory (2009). A framework for understanding social policy analysis and action. Social policy in Australia: Understanding for action. (pp. 39-69) edited by Alison McClelland and Paul Smyth.Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

  • Marston, G J and McDonald, C. (2006). Conclusion: A conversation worth continuing?. Analysing Social Policy: A Governmental Approach. (pp. 223-229) edited by G. Marston and C. McDonald.Albingdon, UK: Edward Elgar.

  • Marston, G J and McDonald, C. (2006). Introduction: Reframing social policy analysis. Analysing Social Policy: A Governmental Approach. (pp. 1-15) edited by G. Marston and C. McDonald.Albingdon, UK: Edward Elgar.

  • Humpage, Louise and Marston, Greg (2006). Recognition, respect and rights: Refugees living on temporary protection visas (TPVs) in Australia. The Situated Politics of Belonging. (pp. 113-126) edited by Nira Yuval-Davis, Kalpana Kannabiran and Ulrike Vieten.London, United Kingdom: Sage. doi:10.4135/9781446213490.n9

  • Marston, G (2004). Constructing the Meaning of Social Exclusion as a Policy Metaphor. Social Contructionism in Housing Research. (pp. 71-92) edited by Keith Jacobs, Jim Kemeny and Tony Manzi.UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

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PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

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  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

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Completed Supervision