Information related to research method "Critical discourse analysis"
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Faculty of Education and Arts
Nat Sch of Education
Dr Amanda Gutierrez is a Senior Lecturer in English/literacy and Teacher Professional Practice. She also works across multiple local and international partnership projects. She comes from a secondary English teaching background and has taught and held school leadership positions in Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria. She completed her MEd titled "'Empowering' Indigenous students in a critical literacy classroom" while teaching in Northwest WA.
In 2014 she completed her PhD 'Critical literacy in Australia: affordances, tensions and hybridizations'. This focused on the ways critical literacy is constructed in academic texts, curriculum documents in Victoria and Queensland and in teacher discourse/practice in these two states.
Amanda has worked and published in the area of critical literacy and digital games as well as completed a systematic review on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literacy programs.
She also researches in the area of professional experience and partnerships, in particular models of partnerships and professional becoming within these settings. She has led research projects investigating pre-service teacher professional becoming in partnership models and has published in this area.
Dr Gutierrez also coordinates an international partnership project between ACU and the Monastic Education Development Group in Myanmar.
: 0738616286 (Brisbane) : Amanda.Gutierrez@acu.edu.au
: 4461 (Strathfield) : Thu.Ngo@acu.edu.au
Faculty of Law and Business
Nat Thomas More Law School
Eve Lester is a public and international lawyer who has worked in Australia and internationally for some 25 years. She has worked in legal practice in Australia and in the non-government sector in Australia and overseas. She has served as head of Amnesty International's refugee and migration program, based in AI's International Secretariat in London, as a Consultant to International Refugee Program at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (now Human Rights First), based in New York but with a focus on West Africa, and in various capacities with the Jesuit Refugee Service in Australia, Cambodia and Geneva. She has also worked with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva and as an expert consultant in the NGO sector, to the UN and to governments. She has delivered courses and/or guest lectures and seminars in a number of tertiary institutions in Australia and overseas, including the Australian National University, New York University and the International Institute of Humanitarian Law in Sanremo, Italy. Eve has a PhD from Melbourne Law School. Her thesis was entitled: Making Migration Law: the Foreigner, Sovereignty and the Case of Australia. Eve has particular interests in human rights, refugee and migration law. She has a number of publications, including chapters in books, reference materials and in peer-reviewed journals.
: 3782 (Melbourne) : firstname.lastname@example.org
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