Information related to research method "Interviews"
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Faculty of Education and Arts
Institute for Religion Politics & Society
Tom is an economic sociologist at the Institute for Religion, Politics & Society at Australian Catholic University in Melbourne. He is working in the Institute's Cities and Successful Societies research stream, which looks at the role of society, government and business in the rejuvenation of cities and regions undergoing industrial decline. The core of this stream is a study of the social impact of Australian automotive manufacturing's decline in Melbourne and Geelong. He completed his PhD in political economy at the University of Sydney in 2011 and is an expert on urban development, industry and labour markets in India. He has a strong interest in the study of Asian labour movements, particularly Indonesia and India. He has written a book, Informal Labour in Urban India: Three Cities, Three Journeys (Routledge, 2015) and is currently completing a book on labour relations in the Indian automotive industry. He is co-convenor of the Sociology of Economic Life group for The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) and a fellow with the Victorian Parliamentary Library.
: 3931 (Melbourne) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Nat Sch of Education
Mellita's research is focused on effective pedagogies for teaching, learning and assessment, particularly in the areas of teacher education, and science education for a more just and equitable world. Mellita's research is predominantly qualitative with some work in mixed methods as well. She is particularly concerned with the use of critical reflective practice, and this informs her work with practising and preservice teachers in these areas.
: (03) 5336 5372 (Ballarat) : email@example.com
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences
Professor Tiny Jaarsma (RN NFESC FAHA FAAN) is a Professor in Caring Sciences at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Link??ping, Sweden.
Her research focuses on the consequences of heart failure for patients and their families and interventions to enhance their self-care. Her research has beenpublished in over 250 publications ranging from short practical communications to scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals.
Professor Jaarsma was trained as a nurse in Groningen (NL) and worked with cardiac patients from 1988,on the cardiology ward and in the Heart Failure clinic. She received her Masters degree from the University of Maastricht in 1992, as part of a Nurse Fellowship of the Netherlands Heart Foundation. She studied for six months at the UCLA in 1993 and completed her doctoral degree in 1999, with a thesis entitled a??Heart Failure: Nursesa?? Carea??.
Her professional activities include membership of national and international committees and guidelines (ESC, AHA), reviewer and member of editorial boards of peer- reviewed journals. She is the editor- in chief of the European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing and the chair of the Science Committee of the ESC Council of Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professionals, involved in the Nursing Council of the AHA, and is a former board member of the Heart Failure Association of the ESC.
: 8231 (Overseas) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Nat School of Allied Health
Jean (BSW, DipEd, MSW, PhD) is a senior lecturer in Social Work in the School of Allied Health, at Strathfield campus. She has worked in research for 20 years, mainly in the areas of HIV, gender and health, stigma, social work in Africa and community development, refugees and African Australians. Her research has informed and evaluated HIV-related programs. Her current research is primarily focused on human rights and albinism and witchcraft beliefs as well as interpreting and translation of Swahili. Jean has published articles and book chapters and presented her research at national and international conferences.
: 4114 (Strathfield) : Jean.Burke@acu.edu.au