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Prof Chris Hickey

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Professor of Education (Physical Education)

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SoE Arts & Ed

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Qualifications

Diploma of Teaching (Primary), Chisholm Inst. of Technology, 1983
Bachelor of Physical Education, Univ. of Western Australia, 1985
Master of Education, Univ. of Western Australia, 1989
Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 1997

Contact

chris.hickey@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 522 72666

Biography

As Chair of the Academic Board at Deakin University, Professor Chris Hickey has oversight of the academic governance for maintaining the highest standards of teaching and research. In this role Chris frequently represents the University at National, State and Regional forums.

Chris has a strong academic profile in educational scholarship and practice with a particular interest in understanding contemporary policy and practice, and how they are linked to larger processes of social cohesion and exclusion. His work investigating the behaviours of young males as members of peer groups within sport, physical education and popular culture is recognised internationally. He is currently Chief Editor of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education.

Using qualitative research methodologies his research seeks to better understand some of the forces that shape and inform the dominant knowledges, attitudes and behaviours of young people in a range of curriculum and community domains.

Chris maintains an interest in the translation of research into practice and has enjoyed extensive work with schools and sporting clubs.

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Biography summary

Chris Hickey is a Professor in Health and Physical Education at Deakin University, where his research focuses on the interacting themes of education, identity and equity. This work has a particular focus on the changing nature of youth experiences at the beginning of the 21st century, and the ways in which these experiences are both governed by others and regulated by the ‘self’. Conceptually this work draws on sociological and educational theory and is rooted in the application of qualitative methodologies. Across this work Chris has produced over 80 publications including books, book chapters, journal articles, research reports and conference papers. This track record comprises a mix of high quality, sole authored, joint and multi-authored papers published in highly regarded international and national journals.

Research interests

Chris has a strong research interest in the ways that young people construct their identities. Using qualitative research methodologies he seeks to better understand some of the forces that shape and inform the dominant knowledges, attitudes and behaviours of young people in a range of curriculum and community domains. Chris maintains an interest in the translation of research into practice and has enjoyed extensive work with schools and sporting clubs. His latest book is titled, Smashed: The many meanings of intoxication and drunkenness, (published through Monash University Publishing, 2011) is an exploration of some of the many scientific, social, cultural and psychological interpretations of alcohol use and misuse.

Teaching interests

Chris's work involves teaching undergraduate pre-service teachers as well as supervising research students at the Masters and Doctoral level. Much of his teaching has been directed to working with the School of Education's Doctoral Community over the past 10 years. He has supervised 20 Doctoral candidates to successful completion and currently supervises another 6.
Chris maintains an interest in the translation of research into practice and has enjoyed extensive work with schools and sporting clubs.

Conferences

Recent Conferences include:

  • Evans, T., Hickey, C. & Macauley (2011), Tensions between academic imperatives and professional impacts in doctoral dissemination and examination.International Conference on Professional Doctorates, University of Edinburgh, UK, April 20-21, 2011.
  • Mooney, A. & Hickey, C. (2011) Female physical educators in all boys schools: Opportunities for enhancing social interactions? Peer reviewed paper presented at the Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) International Conference Adelaide, April 18-20, 2011.
  • Hickey, C., Kelly, P. & Cormack, S. (2010) Community education: Sporting clubs, alcohol and young people. Symposium presentation at the International Conference on Education, Hawaii, January 6-10, 2010.
  • Cormack, S. & Hickey, C. (2010) Community leadership and cultural change: Sporting clubs, alcohol and young people. Symposium presentation at the International Conference on Education, Hawaii, January 6-10, 2010.
  • Hickey , C. (2009) Developing the whole child? Tensions between sport and study in Australian Private Schools. Paper presented at the Deakin University-National Taiwan Normal University Symposium, National Taiwan University, June 12&14, 2009.
  • Hickey, C, (2008) Im allowed to have two drinks: Dilemmas and tensions associated with the responsible, but illegal, serving of alcohol. In Harrison, L., Hickey, C., Kelly, P. & Lindsay, J. Young Australians and Alcohol: Bingeing, Biographies, Sporting Clubs and Moral Panics. Research Symposium at The Australian Sociological Association Conference, University of Melbourne, December 2-5, 2008.
  • Hickey, C. & Jin, A. (2008) Exploring the 'health' of Chinas new PE curriculum Paper accepted for the 16th Biennial Conference of the International society for Comparative Physical Education and Sport, University of Macau, July 23-26, 2008.
  • Hickey, C. (2008) Dilemmas and tensions associated with the responsible, but illegal, serving of alcohol in Sporting Clubs. Youth Sport and Health Research Network Forum, University of Sydney, Nov 24-25, 2008.
  • Hickey , C. (2007) Teachers perspectives of physical education curriculum reform in China.. Paper presented at the Deakin University-National Taiwan Normal University Symposium, University of Macau, November 13&15, 2007.

Professional activities

Chair, Academic Board, Deakin University.
Chair, Academic Board Advisory Committee, Deakin University.
Member, University Council, Deakin University.
Member, Chancellors Advisory Committee, Deakin University.
Member, Legislation Committee, Deakin University
Member, Honorary Degrees Committee, Deakin University.
Member, Academic Promotions Committee, Deakin University.
Chief Editor of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education.
Board Member, Marcus Oldham College.
Custodian of the Annual David Parkin Oration for Sport and Social Change, Deakin University.

Awards

  • Awarded Life Membership of the Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (2016). For outstanding and sustained contribution to the profession.
  • Outstanding Professional Service Award (2015), Council of Professional Teaching Associations of Victoria. For leadership of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, nominated by the Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
  • Fellow of the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (2010).
  • Inaugural Fellow of the College of Distinguished Deakin Educators (2007).
  • National Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (2006), Carrick Australia Awards for University Teaching.
  • Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Service (2006), the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
  • Vice Chancellors Award for Distinguished Teaching (2005), Deakin University.
  • Award for Teaching Excellence (2005), Deakin University.
  • Postgraduate Supervisor of the Year Award (2004), Deakin University Student Association.
  • Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis (1997), Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation.

Projects

Chris has been a Chief Investigator on numerous research projects spanning issues associated with:

  • the enculturation practices of pre-adolescent boys,
  • the place of school and sport in the socialisation of adolescents
  • sporting clubs as cultural drivers in young peoples drinking
  • the construction and management of a professional identity amongst the sporting elite.


Recent projects include:

  • Professionalisation of womens’ cricket (2014-2015). Australian Cricketers Association and Australian Cricket  ($25,000).
  • Capacity building and social enterprise: Individual and organisational transformation in transitional labour market programs (2011-2014). Australian Research Council Linkage Project.
  • Interagency collaborations supporting resilient students, families, schools in disadvantaged communities (2010-2012). Australian Research Council Linkage Project ($517,857).
  • Understanding homework Club (2009-2012). Bethany Family Support Inc. ($18,000).
  • Sportsaccess: Building opportunity and connection (2009-2010). The Fred P Archer Charitable Trust ($21,840).
  • Australian Research Council Linkage Scheme ($571.857).
  • Defining Intoxication and Drunkenness (2008-2009). Drink Wise Australia ($84,709).
  • What a Great Night!: The Cultural drivers of drinking practices among 14-24 year old Australians (2009). Drinkwise Australia, ($232,000).
     

Publications

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2016

"Knowing the rules of the game": rural sporting biographies and their influence on physical education pedagogy

Dr Amanda Mooney, Prof Chris Hickey

(2016), pp. 123-138, Self-studies in rural teacher education, Berlin, Germany, B1

chapter
2013

Exploring cooperative education partnerships: a case study in sport tertiary education

Jenny Fleming, Prof Chris Hickey

(2013), Vol. 14, pp. 209-221, Asia - Pacific journal of cooperative education, Hamilton, New Zealand, C1

journal
2012

Negotiating masculine hegemony : female physical educators in an all-boys’ school

Dr Amanda Mooney, Prof Chris Hickey

(2012), Vol. 3, pp. 199-212, Asia-Pacific journal of health, sport and physical education, Hindmarsh, S.A., C1

journal
2011

I don't know anyone that has two drinks a day : young people, alcohol and the government of pleasure

A/Prof Lyn Harrison, A/Prof Peter Kelly, Dr Jo Lindsay, Jenny Advocat, Prof Chris Hickey

(2011), Vol. 13, pp. 469-486, Health, risk and society, London, England, C1

journal

Smashed! : the many meanings of intoxication and drunkenness

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Jenny Advocat, A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Prof Chris Hickey

(2011), Australia, A1

book

Charismatic cops, patriarchs and a few good women : leadership, club culture and young peoples' drinking

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey, Ms Susan Cormack, A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Dr Jo Lindsay

(2011), Vol. 16, pp. 467-484, Sport, education and society, Oxon, England, C1

journal

Female physical educators in all boys' schools - opportunities for enhancing social interactions?

Dr Amanda Mooney, Prof Chris Hickey

(2011), pp. 273-281, 27th ACHPER International Conference Edited Proceedings - 'Moving, Learning & Achieving', Hindmarsh, S. Aust., E1-1

conference
2010

I think it's a good idea, I just don't know how to do it : the struggle for PE reform in China

Prof Chris Hickey, Aijing Jin

(2010), Vol. 1, pp. 19-26, Asia-Pacific journal of health, sport and physical education, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., C1

journal

Professional identity in the global sports entertainment industry : regulating the body, mind and soul of Australian Football League footballers

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2010), Vol. 46, pp. 27-44, Journal of sociology, London, England, C1

journal

Hypermasculinity in schools: the good, the bad and the ugly

Prof Chris Hickey

(2010), pp. 108-122, Young people's voices in physical education and youth sport, Abingdon, England, B1

chapter

Negotiating masculinities via the moral problematization of sport

Richard G. Pringle, Prof Chris Hickey

(2010), Vol. 27, pp. 115-138, Sociology of sport journal, Champaign, Ill., C1

journal
2009

Professional identity, professional development and performance management in the global sports entertainment industry

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2009), pp. 126-132, People, participation and performance : physical education and sports coaching, Glen Iris, Vic., B1

chapter

We'll only recruit public school boys in the future : Issues of risk management in talent identification and professional development in the AFL

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Peter Kelly

(2009), pp. 119-125, People, participation and performance : physical education and sports coaching, Glen Iris, Vic., B1

chapter

Sporting clubs, alcohol and young people : enduring tensions and emerging possibilities

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Peter Kelly, Ms Susan Cormack, A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Dr Jo Lindsay

(2009), Vol. 56, pp. 17-21, ACHPER Australia healthy lifestyles journal, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., C1

journal

Physical education and sport : the people, the participation and the performance : snapshorts in context

John Saunders, Prof Chris Hickey, Wayne Maschette

(2009), pp. 11-22, People, participation and performance : physical education and sports coaching, Glen Iris, Vic., B1

chapter

Developing the whole child? Tensions between sport and study in Australian independent schools

Mr Dirk Wellham, Prof Chris Hickey

(2009), Vol. 56, pp. 17-22, ACHPER Australia healthy lifestyles journal, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., C1

journal

It's my time to shine : young Australians reflect on past, present and imagined future alcohol consumption

Dr Jo Lindsay, A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Jenny Advocat, A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2009), Vol. 28, pp. 44-51, Youth studies Australia, Hobart, Tas., C1

journal
2008

Physical education, sport and hyper-masculinity in schools

Prof Chris Hickey

(2008), Vol. 13, pp. 147-161, Sport, education and society, Abingdon, England, C1

journal

Preparing to not to be a footballer : higher education and professional sport

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Peter Kelly

(2008), Vol. 13, pp. 477-494, Sport, education and society, Abingdon, England, C1

journal

Player welfare and privacy in the sports entertainment industry

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2008), Vol. 43, pp. 383-398, International review for the sociology of sport, Munich, Germany, C1

journal

The struggle for the body, mind and soul of AFL footballers

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2008), North Melbourne, Vic., A1

book
2007

Education or regulation : managing behaviour change in the AFL

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Peter Kelly

(2007), pp. 1-16, AARE 2007 : Proceedings of the 2007 International Educational Research Conference, Australia, E1-1

conference

Contemporary PE reform in China : teachers' talk

Prof Chris Hickey, Aijing Jin

(2007), pp. 1-16, AARE 2007 : Proceedings of the 2007 International Educational Research Conference, Australia, E1-1

conference

Supervising workplace-based research

Prof Chris Hickey

(2007), pp. 79-86, Supervising doctorates downunder: keys to effective supervision in Australia and New Zealand, Camberwell, Vic., B1

chapter

The thin line between pleasure and pain: implications for educating young males involved in sport

Dr Lindsay J Fitzclarence, Prof Chris Hickey, Bruce Nyland

(2007), pp. 129-152, Masculinities and schooling: international practices and perspectives, London, England, B1

chapter

Being a female PE teacher in an all-boys' school

Prof Chris Hickey, Dr Amanda Mooney

(2007), Vol. 54, pp. 11-15, ACHPER healthy lifestyles journal, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., C1

journal

Didaked : celebrity, privacy and player behaviour in the AFL

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2007), pp. 1-6, TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference 2007 : Public Sociologies : Lessons and Trans-Tasman comparisons, Auckland, N.Z., E1-1

conference
2006

The life cycle of the AFL footballer : If you sell your body, mind and soul what is left when the cheering stops?

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2006), pp. 1-11, TASA 2006 : Proceedings of the annual conference of the Australian Sociological Association : Sociology for a mobile world, Perth, W.A., E1

conference

Bringing shared values out of the shadows

Prof Chris Hickey

(2006), Vol. 53, pp. 17-21, ACHPER Australia healthy lifestyles journal, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., C1

journal

A knowledge-based economy landscape: implications for tertiary education and research training in Australia

Heather Davis, Prof Terry Evans, Prof Chris Hickey

(2006), Vol. 28, pp. 231-244, Journal of higher education policy and management, London, C1

journal

Risk management, player welfare and privacy : player development managers and dilemmas for employee relations in Australian football league clubs

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2006), pp. 285-293, 21st century work : high road or low road : proceedings of the 20th Conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand, Adelaide, S. A., E1-1

conference

How did I get here? The experiences of female physical education teachers in all boys' schools

Dr Amanda Mooney, Prof Chris Hickey

(2006), pp. 43-43, ICHPER-SD 2006 : Abstract Proceedings for 1st Oceania International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER-SD) Congress, Wellington, N. Z., E1-1

conference
2005

The transition from schoolboy to elite sportsman: education and training and early career players in the AFL

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Peter Kelly

(2005), Vol. 52, pp. 7-11, ACHPER Australia healthy lifestyles journal, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., C1

journal

Time to make a difference: using action research to foster student engagement

Prof Chris Hickey

(2005), pp. 96-111, Questioning 'best practice' in education: benefits and disadvantages, debates and dilemmas: proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society, Armidale, N.S.W., E1

conference

Professional education and training for early career players in the Australian Football League: footy first, second and third

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Peter Kelly

(2005), pp. 1-13, AARE 2005 : Creative dissent: constructive solutions: proceedings of the AARE 2005 international education research conference, Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Talent identification and risk management at AFL clubs : 'We'll only recruit public school boys in the future'

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2005), pp. 1-14, ANZAM 2005 : Engaging the multiple contexts of management : convergence and divergence of management theory and practice : proceedings of the 19th ANZAM conference, Canberra, A.C.T., E1

conference

The body, mind and soul of AFL footballers: tales of identity from the global sports entertainment industry

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2005), pp. 1-12, 2005 TASA CD Proceedings., Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Planificar el futuro, contra antecedentes poderosos y presentes precarios (Framing the future against powerful pasts and precarious presents)

Prof Chris Hickey

(2005), pp. 77-92, Lecturas de pedagogia critica para educadores (Readings of critical pedagogy for educators), Barcelona, Spain, B1

chapter
2004

Foucault goes to the footy: professionalism, performance, prudentialism and playstations in the life of AFL footballers

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey

(2004), pp. 1-13, TASA 2004 refereed conference : proceedings : revisioning sociology, St. Lucia, Qld., E1

conference

Research issues arising from doctoral education at a distance

Prof Terry Evans, Prof Chris Hickey, Heather Davis

(2004), pp. 120-131, RIDE 2004 : Research in Distance Education 6: selected refereed papers from the 2004 Research in Distance Education conference, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference

Regimes of risk: the need for a pedagogy for peer groups

Prof Chris Hickey, Dr Lindsay J Fitzclarence

(2004), Vol. 32, pp. 49-63, Asia-Pacific journal of teacher education, London, England, C1

journal

`I like football when it doesn`t hurt`: factors influencing participation in Auskick

Prof Chris Hickey, Dr Lindsay J Fitzclarence

(2004), Vol. 51, pp. 7-11, ACHPER healthy lifestyles journal, Hindmarsh, S.A., C1

journal

Peer groups, power and pedagogy : the limits of an educational paradigm of separation

Prof Chris Hickey, Ms Amanda Keddie

(2004), Vol. 31, pp. 57-77, Australian educational researcher, Coldstream, Vic., C1

journal

Professional doctorates : working towards impact

T. W. Maxwell, Prof Terry Evans, Prof Chris Hickey

(2004), pp. 1-7, Professional doctorates : the impact of professional doctorates in the workplace and professions : Proceedings of the 5th Professional Doctorates Conference, 2004, Geelong, Vic., E1-1

conference
2003

Bad sports : the risks associated with not 'fitting in'

Prof Chris Hickey

(2003), Vol. 36, pp. 3-14, Journal of physical education New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand, C1

journal
2001

`I feel enlightened now, but...`: the limits to the pedagogic translation of critical social discourses in physical education

Prof Chris Hickey

(2001), Vol. 20, pp. 227-246, Journal of teaching in physical education, Blacksburg, Va., C1

journal

Real footballers don`t eat quiche: old narratives in new times

Dr Lindsay J Fitzclarence, Prof Chris Hickey

(2001), Vol. 4, pp. 118-139, Men and masculinities, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1

journal

Grants

Australian Competitive Grants

Interagency collaborations supporting resilient students, families, schools in disadvantaged communities

Prof Jillian Blackmore, Prof Ann Taket, Prof Chris Hickey, Prof Bernie Marshall, Prof Andrea Nolan, Prof Karen Stagnitti, Prof Rob Carter

ARC_DUAPAI ARC_Deakin University Australian Postgraduate Award Industry, ARC_DUAPAI2 ARC_Deakin University Australian Postgraduate Award Industry Second, ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2 APAI

  • 2013: $7,731
  • 2012: $78,756
  • 2011: $142,964
  • 2010: $137,190
  • 2009: $73,929

Capacity Building and Social Enterprise: Individual and organisational transformation in transitional labour market programs.

A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Prof Chris Hickey, Kylee Bates, Steve Cochrane

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2 APAI, ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2

  • 2013: $38,028
  • 2012: $72,141

Other Public Sector Funding

Interagency collaborations supporting resilient students, families, schools in disadvantaged communities

Prof Jillian Blackmore, Prof Ann Taket, Prof Chris Hickey, Prof Bernie Marshall, Prof Andrea Nolan, Prof Karen Stagnitti, Prof Rob Carter

  • 2012: $25,000
  • 2011: $25,000
  • 2010: $115,000

Pilot Tech Next Mid-Year intake - selection, recruitment & placement of participants (Phase 1) & course delivery (Phase 2)

A/Prof Damian Blake, Prof Russell Tytler, Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Alex Kostogriz, A/Prof Peter Hubber, Prof Brenton Doecke, Dr Gaye Williams, Dr Gail Chittleborough

  • 2012: $439,514

School Centre for Teaching Excellence (SCTE) - Northern Bay College

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Damian Blake, Prof Diane Mayer

  • 2013: $17,000
  • 2012: $17,000

Industry and Other Funding

The cultural drivers of drinking practices among 14-24 year-old Australians

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Dr Jo Lindsay, A/Prof Peter Kelly

  • 2009: $11,190
  • 2008: $50,354
  • 2007: $50,354

Defining and Understanding Intoxication and Drunkenness: The individual's perspective

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Dr Jo Lindsay

  • 2011: $3,850
  • 2010: $11,551
  • 2009: $23,103

Participant perspectives of 'homework clubs'.

Prof Chris Hickey, A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Mrs Shevonne Vass

  • 2012: $4,000
  • 2011: $8,000
  • 2010: $8,000

Sportsaccess: Evaluation and Future Directions

Prof Chris Hickey

  • 2011: $21,961

Capacity Building and Social Enterprise: Individual and organisational transformation in transitional labour market programs.

A/Prof Lyn Harrison, Prof Chris Hickey, Kylee Bates, Steve Cochrane

  • 2013: $13,936
  • 2012: $13,140
  • 2011: $12,724

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2016

Patricia Rose Lucas

Thesis entitled: Exploring Critical Reflection in Cooperative Education: A Case Study

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2015

Stephanie Forsyth

Thesis entitled: Txeemsim and A Journey of Transformation¿ Decolonizing Post-Secondary Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2014

Vincent Wardlaw Brown

Thesis entitled: Data Use in Monitoring Student Performance in a Secondary School

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Jennine Fleming

Thesis entitled: Exploring stakeholders perspectives of cooperative education in sport tertiary education

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2012

Amanda Mooney

Thesis entitled: Pedagogical practices of female physical educators in all-boys' schools

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2011

Louise Mathews

Thesis entitled: Transferring Personal Body Knowledge in Schools: A Case Study

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2010

John Paul Maskell

Thesis entitled: Educational Praxis in Various Australian Indigenous Higher Education Contexts

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Pan-Hang Tang

Thesis entitled: IT-assisted Music Composition Education in Hong Kong Primary Schools

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Dirk Wellham

Thesis entitled: The Relationship between Academic Achievement and Co-curricular Involvement

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2009

Lynette Bird

Thesis entitled: Developing Self-Regulated Learning Skills in Young Students

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Christopher Cooper

Thesis entitled: Accounts of Developing Absolute Pitch in Young Children's Music Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Dipu Sebastian

Thesis entitled: Enhacing Student Learning in a First Year Business Program

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2007

Aijing Jin

Thesis entitled: Social Transformation and Curriculum Reform in Chinese Physical Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Alexander Ong

Thesis entitled: Physical Education Curriculum Reform in Singapore (1997 - 2005)

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2006

Andrew Smith

Thesis entitled: Spirituality and the Transition to Manhood

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Maureen Legge

Thesis entitled: Maori Culture in Physical Education: Narrative Inquiry of Lived Experience

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Bruce Alexander Calway

Thesis entitled: Rethinking a Learning Environment Strategy

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2004

Duane Boyer

Thesis entitled: Defining Moments in Men's Lives: A Study of Personal Narratives

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2003

Graham Dodd

Thesis entitled: Toward a Broader Appreciation of Human Motion in Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2002

Amanda Keddie

Thesis entitled: Little Boys: The Potency of Peer Culture in Shaping Masculinities

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

Associate Supervisor
2014

Shirley Spiteri

Thesis entitled: Disadvantaged locations and transitions: Lived lives of students demonstrating resilence

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2012

Deana Leahy

Thesis entitled: Assembling a Health [y] Subject

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2007

Michael Kingston Wylie

Thesis entitled: What is International about International Education? An Australian Case Study

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education

2002

Christine Spratt

Thesis entitled: Critical Teachers as Early Adopters of Technology

Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education