Dr Andrew Vandenberg

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer In Politics And Policy Studies

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts, Macquarie University, 1984
Diploma of Social Science(s), Stockholm University, 1986
Doctor of Philosophy, Macquarie University, 1999

Contact

Research interests

  • Social movements, unionism, comparative studies, and Swedish politics
  • Teaching interests

    AIP 205 Democracy and Citizenship, AIP207 Political Parties and Social Movements, AIP307 Comparative Politics
    Master of Politics and Policy, AIP746 Democratic Governance

    Professional activities

    Discipline convenor of Politics and Policy Studies
    Co-chair of Paideia, Australia
    Member of Geelong Trades Hall Choir

    Projects

    1) Trade Unions, Globalisation, and Networked Computers
    2) Democratising governance

    Publications

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    2014

    Global unionism and global governance

    A Vandenberg

    (2014), pp. 209-228, Crisis and democracy, democratising governance in the twenty-first century, England, London, B1

    chapter
    2012

    Corporatism, crisis and contention in Sweden and Korea during the 1990s

    A Vandenberg, D Hundt

    (2012), Vol. 33, pp. 463-484, Economic and industrial democracy, London, England, C1

    journal

    The my school website in Australia

    A Vandenberg

    (2012), Vol. 3, pp. 1-16, Citizenship and globalisation research paper series, Melbourne, Vic., C1

    journal
    2009

    Terror, power and protest : India and Australia

    A Vandenberg

    (2009), pp. 295-314, Politics and culture of globalisation : India and Australia, New Delhi, India, B1

    chapter
    2007

    Social movement unionism

    A Vandenberg

    (2007), pp. 137-149, Globalisation and citizenship : the transnational challenge, London, England, B1

    chapter

    Postmodern conservatism and reactionary recognition

    A Vandenberg, M Sharpe, G Boucher

    (2007), pp. 116-134, Recognition in politics: theory, policy and practice, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, B1

    chapter
    2006

    Social-movement unionism in theory and in Sweden

    A Vandenberg

    (2006), Vol. 5, pp. 171-191, Social movement studies, London, England, C1

    journal

    Social movement unionism and networked technology

    A Vandenberg

    (2006), Vol. 1, pp. 45-51, International journal of technology knowledge & society, Altona, Vic., C1

    journal
    2005

    Learning how to engage students online in hard times

    A Vandenberg

    (2005), Vol. 10, pp. 33-49, Education and information technologies, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

    journal
    2001

    Reappraising the waterfront dispute of 1998

    A Vandenberg

    (2001), Vol. 34, pp. 22-40, Southern review, Adelaide, S. Aust., C1

    journal

    Funded Projects at Deakin

    No Funded Projects at Deakin found

    Supervisions

    Principal Supervisor
    2013

    Petra Brown

    Thesis entitled: Bonhoeffer: Kierkegaard¿s Solitary Individual

    Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

    2010

    Hercules Bantas

    Thesis entitled: Democratic Deliberation, Citizenship and Networked Computers: Power to the People?

    Doctor of Philosophy, School of International and Political Studies

    2004

    Mark Rodrigues

    Thesis entitled: Citizenship and the Political Institutions of Cultural Diversity in Australia

    Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social & International Studies

    2003

    Andrew Taylor

    Thesis entitled: Prediction Politics: The Politics of Econometric Modelling in Australia

    Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social & International Studies

    Associate Supervisor
    2013

    Alexia Maddox

    Thesis entitled: The Community Experience of The Herpetological Interest Network: a mixed-methods study of social ecology

    Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

    2005

    Michael Leahy

    Thesis entitled: Is Social Justice Possible? A Critique of Hayek, Rawls, MacIntyre

    Doctor of Philosophy, School of History, Heritage and Society