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tarabrabazon's podcast

Oct 30, 2015

Anne, Steve and Tara discuss how to manage the cul-de-sacs of doctoral life.  They talk about how to manage the complexity of theory in a thesis while writing in a volatile environment for early childhood education.


Oct 30, 2015

Mark, Tara and Steve talk PhD strategy.  How do we find those impossible hours for a doctorate in an already over-stuffed life?


Oct 30, 2015

Sunny, Steve and Tara explore the specific challenges in gathering and understanding 'the voice' of African migrants in Australia.  How do we maintain the integrity of their lives and narratives, but also create space for interpretation and analysis?


Oct 30, 2015

Tara, Steve and Mick talks about the next stage of his research.  He is now studying how and why particular moving lines are memorable.  But can we learn some tips and tricks from sociological research?


Oct 28, 2015

Myra Singh, with the support of her supervisor Jae Major, introduces the challenges and strengths of indigenous methodologies.  Myra's project focuses on the meanings of 'success' for indigenous students.  To enable this project, she introduces yarning as a method of data collection.