BCom, MMarkMgt Griffith; GradCertEdStud, PhD Sydney
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Dr Jeaney Yip is currently a lecturer in Marketing and the Undergraduate Coordinator for the discipline of Marketing. She is an active member of the International Centre for Research on Organisational Discourse Strategy and Change (ICRODSC).
Her research is multi-disciplinary and involves the study of discourse and identity in relation to organizations specifically in contexts such as religion, higher education, gender and consumer culture. She utilises a social constructionist approach to research, and qualitative methods especially discourse analysis for meaning and theory construction.
Awards and honours
Nominated, Business School Teaching Award, 2011, 2013
Dean's Citation for Teaching, University of Sydney, Australia, 2009.
Nominated, Faculty's Wayne Lonergan Outstanding Teacher Award, University of Sydney, Australia, 2004, 2005.
Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, University of Sydney, Australia, 2003.
Nominated, Pearson Marketing Educator of the Year award, University of Sydney, Australia, 2003.
Nine MSN News
A Christian pastor in Singapore stands accused of stealing more than $40 million from his own church to fund his wife's singing career.
A Singaporean "mega-church" has been embroiled in a donation scandal. Business School lecturer Jeaney Yip provided expert comment to Bloomberg on the questionable marketing tactics employed by this new breed of church.
- Discourse analysis
- Identity research
- Marketing and religion
- Mega-church research