Dr Neil Burdess

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Honorary Fellow

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Publications

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2010

Starting statistics : a short, clear guide

Dr Neil Burdess

(2010), London, England, A1

book
2007

The social basis of health and illness

Dr Neil Burdess

(2007), pp. 321-338, Public sociology, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1-1

chapter
2005

Governance at community level : small towns in rural Victoria

A/Prof Kevin O'Toole, Dr Neil Burdess

(2005), Vol. 40, pp. 239-254, Australian journal of political science, Canberra, A.C.T., C1

journal
2004

New community governance in small rural towns: the Australian experience

A/Prof Kevin O'Toole, Dr Neil Burdess

(2004), Vol. 20, pp. 433-443, Journal of rural studies, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Elections and representations in local government: A Victorian case study

Dr Neil Burdess, A/Prof Kevin O'Toole

(2004), Vol. 63, pp. 66-78, Australian journal of public administration, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Class and health

Dr Neil Burdess

(2004), pp. 173-198, Health in Australia : sociological concepts and issues, Sydney, N.S.W., B1-1

chapter
2003

Municipal wards in Victoria, 1982-1999

A/Prof Kevin O'Toole, Dr Neil Burdess

(2003), Vol. 2003, pp. 1-13, Electronic journal of Australian and New Zealand history, Townsville, Qld, C1

journal

Economic and Business Student Survival Guide

Dr Neil Burdess, John Clanchy, Brigid Ballard, Rod St Hill

(2003), Sydney, N.S.W., A1-1

book
2002

Governance in rural communities: the case of Victoria

A/Prof Kevin O'Toole, Dr Neil Burdess

(2002), pp. 1-21, Jubilee Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association, Canberra, A.C.T, E1

conference

Chapter excerpts from Handbook of student skills 2e

Dr Neil Burdess

(2002), pp. 3-86, Student survival guide 2002, Frenchs Forest, N.S.W., B1-1

chapter
1998

Handbook of student skills

Dr Neil Burdess

(1998), Sydney, N.S.W., A1-1

book

Grants

No grants found

Supervisions

Associate Supervisor
2009

Margaret Whitstock

Thesis entitled: Reducing Adverse Drug Events in Older Australians Taking Newly Released Drugs

Doctor of Philosophy, School of History, Heritage and Society