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20092018
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Biography

Michael J Walsh is an Assistant Professor in Social Science in the Faculty of Business, Government at the University of Canberra. His research interests include the sociology of interaction, the writings of Erving Goffman, cultural sociology, technology and music. A chief dimension of his research involves exploring the reception of communication technologies as they relate to and impact on social interaction. Michael was awarded his doctorate from Monash University in 2011.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Monash University

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Research Output 2009 2018

obligation
conversation
Equipment and Supplies
present
Communication

The Interaction Order and Musical Sound: Shopping with Erving Goffman

WALSH, M. May 2018 In : Sociological Inquiry. p. 1-21 21 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

music
interaction
allies
offense
dual role

‘Good Morning Fitfam’: Top posts, hashtags and gender display on Instagram

Baker, . S. A. & WALSH, M. Jun 2018 In : New Media and Society. p. 1-18 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

self-presentation
Display devices
eating behavior
networking
gender
2 Citations

The selfie and the transformation of the public-private distinction

WALSH, M. & Saker, S. 2017 In : Information, Communication and Society. 20, 8, p. 1185-1203 20 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Visual communication
visual communication
social media
proliferation
popularity

Framing Through the Senses: Sight and Sound in the Shaping of Everyday Life

De La Fuente, E. & WALSH, M. 2013 Transvisuality: The Cultural Dimension of Visuality – Volume 1: Boundaries and Creative Openings. Kristensen, T., Michelsen, A. & Wiegand, F. (eds.). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, p. 207-222 16 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Sound
Everyday Life
Visuality
Visual Culture
New Media