Bernardo Tomas Dewey

Bernardo Tomas Dewey

Mr, Doctor of Philosophy Student

  • The University of Western Australia (M257), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Biography

 

Bernardo Tomás Dewey is a Research Associate in the UWA SAGE Lab. His research focuses on Latin American communities in Australia with special interest on their home-building practices and their social networks. Previously, he completed a BA in Sociology and a Master degree in Community Development at Universidad del Salvador, Argentina. He has particular expertise in conducting qualitative and mixed-methods research - including the use of sociograms - with CALD communities. He has worked for the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (Cologne, Germany) as a Research Assistant conducting ethnographic research with Peruvian, Bolivian and Paraguayan communities in south Buenos Aires and as a Project Manager designing, delivering and evaluating social programs in a Mayan indigenous community in Peninsula de Yucatan, Mexico. In Australia, he has worked as permanent staff for the Department of Education as a Coordinator of different educational programs for children with intellectual and mobility disabilities. He is fluent in both Spanish and English.

Education/Academic qualification

Sociology, BA (Honours), Universidad del Salvador

Award Date: 11 Aug 2011

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