Staff profile - Tony Chalkley
Dr Tony Chalkley
|Position:||Senior Lecturer in Media & Communication |
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Arts & Education|
|Department:||School of Communication & Creative Arts|
|Campus:||ic1.205, Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 52271454 +61 3 52271454|
|Mobile:||0352 271 454 0352 271 454|
- Graduate Diploma in Education (Adult), University of Melbourne, 1989
- Master of Professional Education, Deakin University, 2001
- Diploma of Teaching (Primary), Bendigo College of Advanced Education, 1987
- Doctor of Philosophy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, 2012
Australian Housing Institute.
Australian Housing & Urban Research Institute.
Centre for Applied Social Research @ RMIT University.
Asian Media Information and Communication Centre
Teaching Arts and Education students:
ALC314; Advertising: Designing Desires (wholly online),
ALC101: Contemporary Communication: Making Sense of Text, Image and Meaning (mixed mode).
ALC102; Contemporary Communication: Making sense of New Media (mixed mode).
ALC208 Researching Media (On campus).
Conferences and seminars
Chalkley, Tony 2013, Teen identity in the digital age ??? who exactly is 'me' now days?, in AMIC 2013 : Proceedings of Asian Media Information and Communication Centre 2013 Conference, Asian Media Information and Communication, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, pp. 1-15. Chalkley, Tony 2012, Communication as coping; how staff working in public housing use narrative to understand their complex and sometimes challenging work., in Proceedings of the International Conference for Language and Communication in the Workplace, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta, Java., pp. 1-14. Brown, Adam and Chalkley, Tony 2012, ???Big Brother, I see you??? : representations of surveillance in film, in Surveillance and/in Everyday Life : Monitoring Pasts, Presents and Futures, [University of Sydney], [Sydney, N.S.W.], pp. -. Chalkley, Tony 2011, When it comes to assessment, numbers are nonsense!, in Proceedings of the 5th SUNY Fredonia Annual Teaching and Learning Conference : SUNY Fredonia, NY, USA. How Has Housing work changed (and stayed the same?) Australasian Housing Researchers Conference, Rydges Hotel Convention Centre Melbourne 3000 June 18-20, 2008 Life at the Frontline; from data to theory. Centre for Applied Social Research Symposium Customs House, University of Queensland Brisbane, Queensland. June 20 -21, 2007 Telling the Tale: Using Narrative to understand Organisational Change. Housing Research Conference Customs House, University of Queensland Brisbane, Queensland. June 21 -22, 2007 Housing Service Officers; reluctant Agents of the State? Fourth National Housing Conference. Perth, Western Australia October 26-28, 2005 Policy. Friend or Foe? Housing Service Officers; Life at the Frontline? Second Annual Housing Services Workshop Launceston, Tasmania June 1-2, 2006 One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer. a study of drinking in a constructed community Australian Assoc. of College and University Housing Officers Conference University of Melbourne, Carlton. (15th April 2004) Relationships and Residences staff training to meet emergent welfare needs. Association of Student Residential Accommodation providers, ASRA UK Conference, Cambridge University, Keynote Speaker. (26th March 2002) The SMS text message: A new model of communication? Australian Association of College and University Housing Officers National Conference University of Waitoko, New Zealand (2nd April 2002) Residential Life Case Studies in Professional Development (Masters Dissertation) Association of College University Housing Officers International Kansas City Conference USA (19th June 2001) I met the man of my dreams and then I woke up- developing relationships and young adults. Australian Association of College and University Housing Officers National Conference Australian National University (5th April 1999) 18 verses 21 what age of age? Capitalise Prevention Drug and Alcohol Harm Prevention Washington D.C. United States of America
Awards and prizes
2001 Winner of the Fran OBrien Award for excellence in student housing (AACUHO).
2001 Recipient of the Deakin University, Vice Chancellors Professional Development Award.
Mobile Phone consumption and its consequences (particularly in 17-12 year olds)
The use of 'new media' to 'teach old things';how might the nature of 2010 'social interaction' (face book, twitter etc) be better understood and more effectively used by university educators?
PhD thesis describes how Organisational Ethnography has been used discover how Housing Services Officers and Senior Managers both understand and experience major change associated with the shift from public housing to welfare housing. Organisational ethnography is a research approach that uses individual stories to create thick descriptions of the structures and culture of organisations, in this case, the Office of Housing. One of the strengths of an ethnographic approach is the capacity to discover meaning by working with individual stories, interpreting them in ways that go beyond the interpretations of the participants. This research pays particular attention to the researchers own experience when undertaking an ethnographic project; the role of gate keepers, identifying key informants, building trust, negotiating fieldwork, managing data and telling the tale. The author argues that a there is a growing need in contemporary social research for an approach that is inductive; from the ground up; concerned with understanding individual stories, social organisation and the everyday practices of day-to-day housing work and social welfare.
Brown, Adam and Chalkley, Tony 2012, Beautiful, unethical, dangerous : screening surveillance and maintaining insecurities, Reconstruction : studies in contemporary culture, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 1-12.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, An ethnography of housing : public housing work in Victoria, Ph.D thesis, School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning, RMIT University.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, Surveillance : why is everybody staring?, in Communication, new media and everyday life, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp.201-214.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, Non-verbal communication : why are you so defensive?, in Communication, new media and everyday life, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp.41-54.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, Introduction, in Communication, new media and everyday life, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp.3-6.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, Conclusion : do we communicate 'less' or 'more' in the digital age?, in Communication, new media and everyday life, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp.229-230.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, Has Captain Jack Sparrow got an iPod? Technology, piracy, creativity and ownership, in Communication, new media and everyday life, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp.188-200.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, Organisational/professional communication : modelling the world of work, in Communication, new media and everyday life, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp.123-136.
Chalkley, Tony 2012, Gender and communication : why and how men and women communicate, in Communication, new media and everyday life, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp.55-66.
Chalkley, Tony, Brown, Adam, Cinque, Toija, Warren, Brad, Hobbs, Mitchell andFinn, Mark 2012, Communication, new media and everyday life Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic..