Completed theses

Doctoral Studies Completed Theses – 2016

Conferred in 2016

Name Degree conferred Thesis title Supervisor

Alarcon Espinoza, Claudia

Phd

Gender knowledge in journalism education and practice. A study in Chile.

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Professor Raewyn Connell

Bibi, Shaista

Phd

Exploring teachers’ technological, pedagogical and content knowledge in higher education: A mental resource perspective.

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Associate Professor Lina Markauskaite

Bokan-Smith, Kate

Phd

A mixed methods study of motivational teaching strategies in the ESL classroom in Australia.

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Associate Professor Aek Phakiti

Brooking, Stuart M

Phd

Western influences on theological education in the developing world with case studies in Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka.

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Associate Professor Nigel Bagnall

Chiang, Huei-Wen

Phd

Predictors of body image and body dissatisfaction among Australian children in the transition from childhood to adolescence: a 6-year cross-sectional study.

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Professor Jenny O'Dea

Cope, Jennifer E

Phd

Blame, responsibility and positioning in the global financial crisis: A critical analysis of US, UK and Australian newspaper opinion texts.

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Dr Marie Stevenson

Gray, Sheila

PhD

Parenting capacity: An analysis of parenting capacity assessment in the Children’s Court of New South Wales.

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Associate Professor Lesley Laing

Henderson, Christopher J

MEd(RES)

On unstable ground? Teachers' work in a context of policy reform and disaster vulnerability in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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Dr Alexandra McCormick

Johnston-Anderson, Natalie

PhD

Teacher career trajectories and aspirations in context: A mixed methods study of second-stage teachers in New South Wales.

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Associate Professor Dianne Bloomfield

Jurman, Marina

PhD

Social inclusion and professional female migrants in multicultural Australia.

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Professor Susan Goodwin

Kemp, Katrina E

MEd(RES)

Potentials and constraints: Engaging gifted and talented students creatively and imaginatively.

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Professor Robyn Ewing AM

Kummerfeld, Rebecca

PhD

For industry, taste and hand-eye coordination: Art education in Sydney from 1850 to 1915.

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Associate Professor Helen Proctor

Le, Mai Xuan

EdD

Lecturers’ adoption and integration of information and communication technology in English teacher education at two universities in the Mekong Delta, Viet Nam.

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Associate Professor Lesley Harbon

Lilienfeld, Baili Emily

PhD

A mixed method study of mandarin tone perception, production and self-regulated strategy use.

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Professor Ken Cruickshank

Martinez, Edgardo

PhD

The dynamics of ethical decision-making in business settings: Some implications for the teaching of ethics in business education.

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Dr Minkang Kim

Mayes, Eve

PhD

The lines of the voice: An ethnography of the ambivalent affects of student voice.

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Professor Debra Hayes

McIntyre, Simon

PhD

The rhizome underneath: Promoting the disruption of established practice and the innovation of online teaching, by improving the design of globally disseminated online professional development artefacts.

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Professor Peter Goodyear

Montgomery, John

PhD

Censorship and the drama curriculum: A study of the censoring of HSC Drama texts for study and performance in the experience of nine educators working in secondary Christian schools in New South Wales.

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Professor Michael Anderson

Mortimer, Amy Jean

PhD

Let me tell you a story...creativity and creative writing for tomorrow's classroom: the search for creative writing and creativity in primary education.

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Professor Robyn Ewing

Nordstrom, Janica

PhD

Re-thinking community language schools moving from in-between to beyond the nation-states.

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Professor Ken Cruickshank

O'Grady, Alison

PhD

‘Always in the process of becoming’ (Freire, 1998) How five early career drama teachers build their worlds through language and discourse.

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Dr Kelly Freebody

Sadeghi, Sayed Hadi

PhD

Comparative study of e-practice in an American university and an Australian university.

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Associate Professor Nigel Bagnall

Talbot, Debra

PhD

Tracing complexities of teacher professional learning to evidence of transformed practice.

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Professor Debra Hayes

Tanti, Miriam

PhD

Applying Slow to ICT-rich education: A vision for the ‘long now’.

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Professor Peter Goodyear



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