Dr Rosalie Gillett
Dr Rosalie Gillet is a Research Fellow at the Queensland University of Technology node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making & Society (ADM+S).
Since completing her PhD in QUT’s School of Justice in 2019, Rosalie has been a Research Associate and Research Fellow in QUT’s Creative Industries Faculty and Digital Media Research Centre. Rosalie’s research expertise includes online gender-based violence; the normalisation of abuse; and platform governance.
Her research particularly focuses on women’s experiences of harassment and abuse on dating apps; how toxic subcultures reinforce their social norms online; and digital platforms’ self-regulation practices. She was recently awarded a Facebook Content Governance grant to investigate how Facebook users circumvent content moderation policies.
Rosalie joined the ADM+S Centre in February 2021 as a Research Fellow, and is aligned to the Data research program, which explores the logics, infrastructures and flows of data in automated decision-making systems. She contributes to a number of projects within the Centre, with a particular focus on developing and deploying tools and methods for public oversight of automated content curation and moderation in digital media environments.