Dr Dorothy Bottrell
BADipEd(La Trobe), MEd(Sydney), EdD(Sydney)
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Phone: + 61 2
Fax: +61 2 9351 5027
Educational history, sociology and philosophy
- Sociology of education
Social structures, inequalities and social justice
- Social change
Social work and social policy
- Counselling, welfare and community services
resilience, schools and communities, youth work, social justice, juvenile justice, social policy
Professional and community roles
Member, Youth Justice Coalition and YJC Education working group 2009-11
Member, Glebe Community Development Project steering committe 2007-13
Editorial Board, International Journal on School Disaffection
- Personal Resilience, System Resilience and Educational Opportunity (2011-12), funded by US Spencer Foundation; with Profs. Andrew Martin, Derrick Armstrong (Sydney) and Michael Ungar (Dalhousie University)
- Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion: Transformation and Innovation through education, social work and community development research (2010-11) with Dr Sue Goodwin.
- Pre-service Teachers’ and Community Agency Staff’s Experience of Collaborative Community Development Projects (2010-11)
- France, A., Bottrell, D., & Armstrong, A. (2012). A political ecology of youth and crime. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bottrell, D. and Goodwin, S. (Eds.). (2011). Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion. Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bottrell, D., & Meagher, G. (2008). Communities and change. Selected papers. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
- Ungar, M., Bottrell, D., Tian, G., & Xiying Wang, X. (2013). Resilienz, stärken und ressourcen im jugendalter . In C. Steinebach & K. Gharabaghi (Hrsg.) (Ed.), Resilienzförderung im jugendalter: Praxis und perspektiven (pp. 1–19), Berlin: Springer.
- Bottrell, D. & Armstrong, D. (2012). Local resources and distal decisions: the political ecology of resilience. In M. Ungar (Ed.), The social ecology of resilience: A handbook of theory and practice (pp. 247–264), New York: Springer.
- Bottrell, D. & Goodwin, S. (2011). Schools, communities and the achievement turn: The neo-liberalisation of equity. In D. Bottrell & S. Goodwin (Ed.), Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion (pp. 22–37), Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bottrell, D. & Goodwin, S. . (2011). School-community engagement: Beyond neoliberalism? . In D. Bottrell & S. Goodwin (Ed.), Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion (pp. 282–294), Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bottrell, D. (2011). Learning through community development projects. In D. Bottrell & S. Goodwin (Ed.), Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion (pp. 125–139), Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bottrell, D. (2011). Shifting perspectives, representations and dilemmas in work with young people . In A. Campbell & P. Broadhead (Ed.), Working with children and young people: Ethical debates and practices across disciplines and continents (pp. 159–178), Oxford: Peter Lang.
- Velkou, S. & Bottrell, D. (2011). Schools as community centres in New South Wales. In D. Bottrell & S. Goodwin (Ed.), Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion (pp. 228–240), Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bottrell, D. & Goodwin, S. (2011). Contextualising schools and communities. In D. Bottrell & S. Goodwin (Ed.), Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion (pp. 1–20), Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Bottrell, D. (2008). TGG: Girls, Street Culture and Identity. In Harris, A. (Ed.), Next Wave Cultures: Feminism, Subcultures, Activism (pp. 37–62), New York and London: Routledge.
- France, A., Bottrell, D., & Haddon, E. (2012). Managing everyday life: The conceptualisation and value of cultural capital in navigating everyday life for working class youth . Journal of Youth Studies, iFirst a, 1–15. DOI:10.1080/13676261.2012.733814
- Bottrell, D., Armstrong, D., & France, A. (2010). Young people's relations to crime: Pathways across ecologies. Youth Justice, 10(1), 56–72.
- Bottrell, D. (2009). Understanding 'marginal' perspectives: Towards a social theory of resilience [* Most downloaded article in 2010 in this journal (of all articles published in 2009 and 2010)]. Qualitative Social Work Research & Practice, 8(3), 321–339. DOI:10.1177/1473325009337840
- Bottrell, D. (2009). Dealing With Disadvantage: Resilience and the Social Capital Of Young People’s Networks. Youth & Society, 40(4), 476–501.
- Bottrell, D, Armstrong, D. (2007). Changes and exchanges in marginal youth transitions. Journal of Youth Studies, 10(3), 353–371.
- Bottrell, D. (2007). Resistance, Resilience and Social Identities: Reframing 'Problem Youth' and the Problem of Schooling. Journal of Youth Studies, 10(5), 597–616.
- Bottrell, D., Freebody, K., & Goodwin, S. (2011). School-community engagement: Shifting boundaries of policy and practice. In Wright, J. Conference Proceedings, Australian Association for Research in Education Annual International Conference, Researching Across Boundaries (pp. 1–13). Hobart, 27 November-1 December.
- Bottrell, D. & Goodwin, S. (2010). Communities and schools: a community development relationship. In State Conference of NSW Department of Education and Training Multicultural Consultants and Community Liaison Officers. Sydney, 20 August.
- Bottrell, D. (2010). Growing up public: “problem youth”, residualisation and resilience. In The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, “Social Causes, Private Lives”. Macquarie University, 6-9 December.
- Bottrell, D. (2010). Social justice and the epistemic ecology of young people's resilience: Four questions about listening. In Pathways to Resilience II: The Social Ecology of Resilience. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 7-10 June.
- Bottrell, D. (2009). Young people’s understandings of resilience. Invited Keynote. In 'Heads Up’ Hope and Resilience Conference. Headspace Mid-North Coast, Coffs Harbour, 21 March.
- Bottrell, D. (2007). Dealing with disadvantage: Community, place and resilience in girls’ identity work. In Australian Social Policy Conference. UNSW, 11-13 July.
- Bottrell, D. & Russell, K. (2009). International 'best practice' for out of school services and activities for 9-12 year old children. Literature review report for UnitingCare Burnside, .