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Australian Women and Bali

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by Barbara Bicego

This is the first of my contributions to this blog. If you are an Australian woman who has had some kind of sustained involvement with Bali, such as being a repeat holiday maker over many years, business interests in the past or present, other personal commitments, or are an expatriate living in Bali, my research may be of interest to you. In early 2005 I was immensely privileged when the owner of this blog Professor Adrian Vickers agreed to supervise my PhD project researching the experiences of Australian women in Bali. This is a brief introduction to my research, and a little information about me. I hope you will find the project sufficiently interesting that you may consider being interviewed yourself, or maybe pass my contact details on to someone you know. I am interested in reading any comments you may wish to contribute here on the blog, on any issue that touches on Australian women in Bali, and I interpret this very broadly. So if you love Bali, or your feelings are more restrained, I am interested in hearing from you. As very little has been written about Australian women in Bali and their experiences, and my research is the first on the topic, we can start discussion anywhere. Maybe you would like to comment on your favourite place in Bali and why it matters to you, or changes you have witnessed over the years. Maybe you are an Australian woman who has grown up visiting Bali, and would like to comment on what this means for you.

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