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 633 elected Fellows (including 21 overseas Fellows and 16 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
Displaying all Fellows match the following: 2004
organisational behaviour; corporate change; stress; leadership communication
Mental health, depression, ageing, public health, internet.
Memory, emotions, feminism, psychoanalysis, labour.
Australia, history, war, biography, politics.
Innovation management and policy.
Criminology; Prevention; Children and young people; Community development; Alcohol-related crime and violence.
Capital markets-based research; Corporate governance; Stochastic index numbers.
Rural, regional, sustainable development, governance, natural resource management.
History, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies, Asian Studies, Citizenship, Human Rights, Globalisation
Racial and ethnic relations, twentieth century immigrant communities, racial thought, immigration policy, governance and economic development of the Middle East
Southern Africa; contemporary history; health; occupational disease; politics
Indigenous History, Gender and Frontier, Law, Historiography, Australia and North America
Social anthropology, symbolism, chieftainship, chaos theory, Pacific.
Political science, British government, comparative government, public administration, public policy.
Human factors, cognitive engineering, engineering psychology, human-system integration, interface design.
Economic history, demographic history, anthropometric history, history of health, coercive labour systems.
Accounting, Finanancial Reporting