The Ph.D. candidate will work with Prof Ihsan Yilmaz to conduct research on any aspect of the research project on Muslim and Anglo-Australian co-existence in rural Australia.
The scholarship aims to investigate the adoption of and adaptation to Australian identity by Muslim migrants over three generations in rural and regional towns and cities to generate new knowledge about migrant integration in rural/regional Australia by employing a longitudinal interdisciplinary method, combining archival research, social-media analyses, surveys, and interviews. Integrating approaches from Political Science, Political Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology, this project will contribute to the understanding of majority-minority relations in understudied rural/regional parts of Australia.
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