The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) is an independent, interdisciplinary body of elected Fellows. Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences (FASSA) is an honour conferred for scholarly distinction in research or the advancement of social sciences.
The Academy has also made provision for the nomination of Honorary Fellows to the Academy aimed at honoring individuals who are recognized for their exemplary achievements but not necessarily in academia.
There are 625 elected Fellows (including 22 overseas Fellows and 16 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
Displaying all Fellows match the following: 2002
International relations, political economy, security studies, conflict analysis, Asia-Pacific, global governance.
Technology and Justice, Occupation and Profession, Criminal Justice Policy, Policing and Security, Creativity and Innovation
urban, ethnicity, gender, policy, institutions
International Economics, Trade, China, Regional Economic Cooperation, Services.
Australian history, psychiatry, crime, social policy, sexuality.
Economic theory, risk, uncertainty, non-expected utility, bargaining.
Addiction, Public Health, Epidemiology, Ethics, Social Policy, Mental Health, Biotechnology, Public Policy.
Career Choice, Training, Selection and decision-making, Person-Environment Fit, Organisational Psychology.
History, Politics, India, Asia, Media.
Law and social theory; post-communist transformations; rule of law; normative social theory; state and law.
Health, Youth, Children, Research, Longitudinal, Developement, Social Determinants of Health, Drugs and Illicit Substance Abuse, Mental Health.
Information systems, conceptual modelling, computer control and audit, information systems management, research methods.
Experimental Psychology, learning, memory, neural mechanisms, cellular processes.