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Research Output for Cheryl Maree Ryan

Note: The 2012, 2013, 2014 publications have not been audited.

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Publications

2014 School of Education

Ryan, Cheryl Maree (2014) Reflections on learning, life and work : completing doctoral studies in mid and later life and career, Australian Journal of adult learning, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 170-174, Adult Learning Australia, Melbourne, Vic. [C4]
ERA journal ID: 20795 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
DRO entry for this publication

2012 School of Education

Ryan, Cheryl (2012) Exemplification and deconstructive writing: dancing with Massumi, Derrida, and others, in unknown (ed.), AARE-APERA 2012 : Proceedings of the Joint International Conference of the AARE and the APERA, pp. 1-10, Australian Association for Research in Education, Sydney, NSW [E1.1]
DRO entry for this publication

2011 School of Education

Schulz, Christine, Ryan, Cheryl Maree and Angwin, Jennifer (2011) Wayfarersʼ tales : reflecting on the doctoral journey, in Unknown (ed.), AARE 2011 : The proceedings of the 2011 AARE International Research in Education Conference : Researching Acrossa Boundaries, pp. 1-15, Australian Association for Research in Education, Hobart, Tas. [E1]
DRO entry for this publication

Ryan, Cheryl (2011) Shifts in thinking and practice: reflecting on an applied learning programme, in Wright, Jan (eds), AARE 2011 : Researching Across Boundaries : Proceedings of the 2011 AARE International Research in Education Conference, pp. 1-16, Australian Association for Research in Education, Hobart, Tas. [E1.1]
DRO entry for this publication

Ryan, Cheryl (2011) “Tough, loyal, reputable”: D/discourses and subcultures in police vocational training, in Unknown (ed.), ACWAP 2011 : Making it Happen - Police and Community : Proceedings of the 7th ACWAP conference, pp. 1-11, ACWAP, Woden, ACT [E1.1]
DRO entry for this publication

2009 School of Education

Ryan, Cheryl (2009) Negotiating discursive positions within a police culture: critical reflections of a student researcher, in unknown (ed.), HERDSA 2009 : Higher education in a changing world : Proceeding of the 32nd annual international HERDSA Conference 2009 : The student experience, pp. 1-11, HERDSA, Milperra, NSW [E1.1]
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2008 School of Education

Ryan, Cheryl (2008) Eliciting personal constructs to distinguish prevailing D/discourse in police training, International journal of learning, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 35-46, Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, IL [C1.1]
ERA journal ID: 20233 – Scopus EID: Not tagged
DRO entry for this publication

Ryan, Cheryl (2008) Pedagogy, police training, D/discourses – subcultures and situated identities and meanings, in unknown (ed.), TASA 2008 : Reimagining Sociology : Proceedings of the Australian Sociological Association Annual conference, pp. 1-12, Australian Sociological Association (TASA), Melbourne, Vic. [E1.1]
DRO entry for this publication

Ryan, Cheryl (2008) Pedagogy, police training, D/discourses – “truth” and situated identities and meanings, in unknown (ed.), Paper presented at Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES) [Lecture], pp. 1-12, Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, Hobart, Tas. [E2.1]
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2007 School of Education

Ryan, Cheryl (2007) Dry your eyes princess : an analysis of gender and 'other' based discources in police organisations, AARE 2006 : Conference papers, abstracts and symposia, pp. 1-14, Australian Association for Research in Education, Coldstream, Vic. [E2]
DRO entry for this publication

Grants and Consultancies

No grants and/or consultancies found or audited – the 2014 HERDC financial return has not been completed or loaded as yet.

Higher Degree by Research Completions supervised by Cheryl Maree Ryan

No completions found or audited.

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23rd July 2011