Yee Man commenced her PhD candidature with the School of Media and Communication in mid-2017, after completing her Bachelor of Arts (Youth Affairs) and Graduate Diploma in Behavioural Science at RMIT University and recently Masters in Applied Social Research at Deakin University.
Her PhD research explores the role of technology plays in the experiences of, and responses to, domestic violence from the perspective of ethnic Chinese immigrant and refugee women in Australia. Using intersectionality as an analytic tool, the research aims to better understand how women’s social locations and other elements shape their experiences of domestic violence. Her other research interests include youth homelessness, digital and social inclusion and social inequality.
She is also a member of the Technology, Communication and Policy Lab, Digital Ethnography Research Centre.
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