Professor Anna Yeatman
- PhDsoc State University of New York
- MA State University of New York
- BA University of Adelaide
UWS Organisational Unit (School / Division)
- Whitlam Institute
|Phone:||(02) 9685 9417|
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- Yeatman, A. (2009), 'Individualization and the Delivery of Welfare Services: Contestation and complexity', : Palgrave Macmillan 9781403988089.
Chapters in Books
- Yeatman, A. (2011), 'Politics and Personal Responsibility: Reflections on Jean Amery and Hannah Arendt', On Jean Amery: Philosophy of Catastrophe, Lexington Books 9780739147658.
- Yeatman, A. (2011), 'Individuality and Politics: thinking with and beyond Hannah Arendt', Action and Appearance. Ethics and the Politics of Writing in Hannah Arendt, Continuum 9781441101730.
- Yeatman, A. (2010), 'State, Security, and Subject Formation - an Introduction', State, Security, and Subject Formation, The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. 9780826442840.
- Yeatman, A. (2010), 'Self-Preservation and the Idea of the State', State, Security, and Subject Formation, The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. 9780826442840.
- Yeatman, A. (2008), 'The Subject of Citizenship', Citizenship Between Past and Future, Routledge 9780415454414.
- Yeatman, A. (2007), 'Varieties of Individualism', Contested Individualization: debates about contemporary personhood, Palgrave-Macmillan 0312125488.
- Yeatman, A. (2006), 'Public and Private', Routledge Encyclopedia of Social Theory, Routledge 0415290465.
- Yeatman, A. (2004), 'Regional Cosmopolitanism and Post-Cold war Human Rights Agendas in the Asia-Pacific Region', Australian and Canadian Approaches to Asia in an Era of Unstable Globalization, Centre for Australasian Research, Institue of Asian Research, University of British Columbia 0888657609.
- Yeatman, A. (2001), 'Feminism and Citizenship', Culture & Citizenship, Sage 0761955607.
- Yeatman, A. (2001), 'Who is the subject of human rights?', Citizenship and Cultural Policy: Statecraft, Markets and Community, Sage 076196293X.
- OFlynn, J., Vardon, S., Yeatman, A. and Carson, L. (2011), 'Perspectives on the Capacity of the Australian Public Service and Effective Policy Development and Implementation', Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol 70, no 3 , pp 309 - 317.
- Yeatman, A. (2007), 'The subject of citizenship', Citizenship Studies, vol 11, no 1 , pp 105 - 115.
- Yeatman, A. (2007), 'Freedom and the Feldenkrais Method', International Feldenkrais Federation Research Journal, vol 3 .
- Yeatman, A. (2004), 'Social policy, freedom and individuality', Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol 63, no 4 , pp 80 - 89.
- Yeatman, A. (2004), 'Right, the state and the conception of the person', Citizenship Studies, vol 8, no 4 , pp 403 - 417.
- Yeatman, A. and Penglase, J. (2004), 'Looking after Children: A case of individualised service delivery', Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol 39, no 3 , pp 233 - 247.
- Yeatman, A. (2004), 'The idea of the constitutional state and global society', Law/Text/Culture, vol 8 , pp 83 - 107.
- Yeatman, A. (2003), 'Global ethics, Australian citizenship and the 'boat people' - A symposium', Journal of Sociology, vol 39, no 1 , pp 15 - 22.
- Yeatman, A. (2003), 'Globality, state and society', Citizenship Studies, vol 7, no 3 , pp 275 - 290.
- Yeatman, A. (2002), 'The new contractualism and individualized personhood', Journal of Sociology, vol 38, no 1 , pp 69 - 73.
- Yeatman, A. (2001), 'Contracting out and public values: A symposium', Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol 60, no 2 , pp 71 - 73.
- Yeatman, A. and Owler, K. (2001), 'The Role of Contract in the Democratisation of Service Delivery', Law in Context, vol 18, no 2 , pp 34 - 57.
- Yeatman, A. (2002), 'Social Policy, Freedom and Individuality', Social Policy Conference 2001, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
|Title:||Is Complexity the New Framework for the Study of Global Life|
|Years:||2011-01-19 - 2011-01-20|
|UWS Researchers:||Anna Yeatman and Emilian Kavalski|
Professor Yeatman is available to be a principal supervisor for doctoral projects
|Field of Research:|
|Title:||The Implications of a Normative Ideal of Dignity as Agency for Democratic Politics|
|Field of Research:|
|Thesis:||The Implications of a Normative Ideal of Dignity as Agency for Democratic PoliticsThe Implications of a Normative Ideal of Dignity as Agency for Democratic Politics|