Dr Georgia Carr is a Research Fellow in the ANU Institute for Communication in Healthcare.

Dr Carr is a linguist who researches sex education, health and media. She is currently working in healthcare communication on a project examining end-of-life care.

In her doctoral research, she analysed the teaching practices of sex education, with a particular focus on the language used to teach consent and respect. Her previous sex education research includes a linguistic analysis of Dolly Doctor advice columns, looking at how sex education advice for young women has changed in the last 25 years.

Past research projects include analyses of diabetes reporting in the news, Aboriginal English in the media and the language of climate change.

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