My academic life has focused on education, law, the humanities and the arts, while combining these studies and teaching with business and accountancy.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Aspects of Engagement in the Arts for Isolated Professional Women

The experiences of living in remote areas reveal opportunities offered and constraints imposed upon the appreciation of and participation in artistic pursuits.

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Data Collection and Interpretation in Adult Learning Research: Written Narrative and the Overlay Principle

The electronic media offers opportunities for innovative methods of data collection and interpretation, explored here via the written narrative and Overlay Principle.

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Sociology of Education: Rural Women and the University Experience

This paper addresses some of the sociological and educational complexities, experienced preceding and during attendance at university, which can have significant bearing on the attainment of tertiary qualifications.

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Graduate Rural Women: The Evaluation of Self in Life after University

Six core concepts encapsulate the stages of becoming and being university graduates from the introspective viewpoints of rural women.

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Early Australian Artistic Expression: Traditional and Popular Culture

This paper considers how the opportunities for artistic expression were challenged in the early decades of white Australian settlement.

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Building Ways of Thinking: The Relationship between Constructs and Concepts

Events and experiences provide a base for a comparative framework examining core constructs and concepts.

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