Dr Zoe Staines

Senior Lecturer

School of Social Science
Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

Overview

Zoe Staines is a Senior ARC DECRA Research Fellow and Leader of the Inequalities and Social Action Research Cluster within the School of Social Science, University of Queensland. She previously held research and policy positions in the Queensland public sector and, more recently, in the not-for-profit sector, as a Senior Policy Officer and Manager of Research. Since completing her PhD in criminology, she has published in the areas of policing, social policy, welfare conditionality, coloniality, gender and employment, and rural/remote crime and governance. Zoe is also Co-Editor of the Australian Journal of Social Issues.

Research Interests

  • Welfare conditionality
  • (Universal) Basic Income
  • Gender and work

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Queensland University of Technology

Publications

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Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

  • Doctor Philosophy

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Available Projects

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Publications

Book

  • Staines, Zoe, Hoffstaedter, Gerhard and Binnie, Ned (2023). Introduction to the Social Sciences. Brisbane, QLD Australia: The University of Queensland. doi: 10.14264/3e239ee

  • Scott, John and Staines, Zoe (2023). Island Criminology. Bristol, United Kingdom: Bristol University Press. doi: 10.2307/j.ctv35n89qt

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Compulsory income management in Australia and New Zealand: more harm than good?. Bristol, United Kingdom: Policy Press. doi: 10.46692/9781447361510

Book Chapter

  • Emzin, Chris, Scott, John and Staines, Zoe (2023). Feeling black and blue: Indigenous police liaison officers in the Torres Strait Region. Policing the global south: colonial legacies, pluralities, partnerships, and reform. (pp. 242-254) edited by Danielle Watson, Sara N. Amin, Wendell C. Wallace, Oluwagbenga (Michael) Akinlabi and Juan Carlos Ruiz-Vasquez. London, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781003126409-22

  • Staines, Zoe (2023). Whiteness in criminology: Indigenous overrepresentation. Handbook of critical Whiteness: deconstructing dominant discourses across disciplines. (pp. 1-18) edited by Jioji Ravulo, Katarzyna Olcoń, Tinashe Dune, Alex Workman and Pranee Liamputtong. Singapore: Springer . doi: 10.1007/978-981-19-1612-0_12-1

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Barriers To Implementing Compulsory Income Management. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 46-73) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0003

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Framing Welfare Conditionality. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 1-19) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0001

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Identity And Emotion. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 74-100) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0004

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). List of Abbreviations. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. vi-vii) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.002.0006

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Procedural, Consumer And Contractual Rights, And Access To Justice. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 101-124) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0005

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Recalibrating Social Security And Reimagining Work. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 168-184) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0008

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Resistance And Reform: Individual And Collective Agency. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 125-146) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0006

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Series PREFACE. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. x-xiv) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.002.0009

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Voluntary Income Management And Financial Education. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 147-167) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0007

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Why Income Management?. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 20-45) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.003.0002

  • Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Peterie, Michelle, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). [Untitled]. Compulsory Income Management in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. iii-v) Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447361497.002.0004

  • Peterie, Michelle, Marston, Greg, Humpage, Louise, Mendes, Philip, Bielefeld, Shelley and Staines, Zoe (2022). Subjectification, suffering and emotional resistance: life on the Cashless Debit Card. Social suffering in the neoliberal age: state power, logics and resistance. (pp. 149-165) edited by Karen Soldatic and Louise St Guillaume. Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781003131779-12

  • Marston, Greg and Staines, Zoe (2021). Losing sight: social security policy in Australia. Social policy in Australia: understanding for action. (pp. 214-237) edited by Alison McLelland, Paul Smyth and Greg Marston. Docklands, VIC, Australia: Oxford University Press.

  • 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

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Other Outputs

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

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  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

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  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

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  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

Possible Research Projects

Note for students: The possible research projects listed on this page may not be comprehensive or up to date. Always feel free to contact the staff for more information, and also with your own research ideas.