Associate Professor Maria Zadoroznyj
Associate Professor Sociology
Institute for Social Science Research
Director of Postgraduate Studies
Phone: (+61 7) 336 52980
Fax: (+61 7) 336 51544
Room 306, Level 3,
Michie Building (#9), St Lucia Campus
BA , Flinders University of South Australia
MSc, University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA
PhD (Sociology) University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA
The Australian Sociological Association, member
Sociologists for Women in Society (affiliated with the American Sociolgical Association), member
The Association for Research on Mothering (Toronto, Canada), member
2009 – present Associate Professor, University of Queensland
1991 – 2009 Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor, Flinders University, Adelaide, SA
2007 – 2008 Visiting Fellow, Dept. of Sociology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada
1995 – 1996 Visiting Fellow, Dept. of Sociology, Australian National University
1988 – 1990 Lecturer La Trobe University, Melbourne
- Sociology of health and illness
- Sociology of work: care work and health care work
- Social aspects of childbirth and maternity care provision
- Community involvement in social policy
Brodribb, W., M. Zadoroznyj and A. Dane (2012) ‘Evaluating the Implementation of the Universal Postnatal Contact Services in Queensland: The Experiences of Health Care Providers and Mothers’ Report to Queensland Health, Queensland Centre for Mothers and Babies.
Benoit, C., M. Zadoroznyj, H. Hallgrimsdottir, A. Treloar and K. Taylor (2010) “Medical dominance and neoliberalisation in maternal care provision: The evidence from Canada and Australia” Social Science and Medicine 71, 2: 475-481
Mallyon, A., M. Holmes, J. Coveney and M. Zadoroznyj (2010) ‘I’m not dieting, ‘I’m doing it for science’: Masculinities and the experience of dieting” Health Sociology Review (Special issue on ‘Food, ethics and identity’) 19, 3: 330-342.
K. Lucas Breda, Evelyn Barbee and Maria Zadoroznyj (2009) “Nursing in the U.S.A” in K. Lucas Breeda and E. Barbee (eds), Nursing in the Americas, Baywood Publishers.
Zadoroznyj, M. (2009) “"Professionals, carers or 'strangers'?: liminality and the typification of postnatal home care workers" Sociology 43,2 : 268-285.
K. Lucas Breda, Evelyn Barbee and Maria Zadoroznyj (2009) “Nursing in the U.S.A” in Nursing in the Americas eds. K. Lucas Breda and E. Barbee, Baywood Publishers.
Marks, J, B. Martin and M. Zadoroznyj (2008) “How Australians order acceptance of recycled water: National baseline data” Journal of Sociology 44,1:83-99.
Zadoroznyj, M. and J. Sutherland (2007) “Paid to care: the training, professional and policy challenges of a new postnatal home care worker” Australian Journal of Social Issues 42,2: 227-240 (Special issue on Paid Care Work)
Zadoroznyj, M. (2007) “Postnatal care in the community: Report of an evaluation of birthing women’s assessment of a postnatal home care program” Health and Social Care in the Community 15, 1:35-44.
Zadoroznyj, M. (2004) ‘Gender and Health’ in Grbich, C. (ed) Health in Australia: Sociological concepts and issues 3rd edition Longman.
Zadoroznyj, M. (2001) ‘Birth and the ‘reflexive consumer’: trust, risk and medical dominance in obstetric encounters’ Journal of Sociology 37, 2.
Zadoroznyj, M. (1999) ‘Social Class, Social Selves and Social Control in Childbirth’ Sociology of Health and Illness, 21, 3, pp. 267 – 289.