Higher Education Research Data Collection 2009

Section I - Reportable items


Category A - Books


A1 - Authored - Research



Ball, B.W. (2009). The seventh-day men: Sabbatarians and sabbatarianism in England and Wales, 1600-1800. Cambridge, UK: James Clarke & Co.

Fenandez, J. (2010). The second skin: A critique of violence, the search for scapegoats in the fiction of K.S. Maniam. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishers.

Manners, B. (2009). Publish or perish: The role of print in the Adventist community. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Publishing.

Kim, S. (2009). The "Warrior Messiah": Motif in Scripture and Intertestamental Writings. Seoul, Korea: Sahmyook University Theological Research Institute.

Category B - Book Chapter


B1 - Chapter in a scholarly book (researched)



Fernandez, J. (2009). Introduction. In J. Fernandez, (Ed). Diasporas: Critical and interdisciplinary perspectives. Oxford: Interdisciplinary. Net, 1-26.

Reynaud, D. (2009). Film and national mythology: the Anzac legend in Australian films. A Sarwal & R Sarwal (Eds). Creative nation: Australian cinema and cultural studies Reader. New Dehli: SSS Publications, 111-120.

Thompson, S. (2009).The boundaries of Christian hospitality in a postmodern setting. Exploring the frontiers of faith: Festschrift in honour of Dr. Jan Paulsen. B. Schantz, & R. Bruinsma. (Eds). Lueneburg, Germany: Advent-Verlag, 325-340.

Young, N. H. (2009). Against the Odds: The Fight to Free Lindy Chamberlain. D. Staines, M. Arrow, & K Biber (Eds), The Chamberlain case: Nation, law, memory. North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 171 179.

Category C - Journal Articles


C1 - Refereed article in a scholarly journal



Anderson, M., Simpson, G., Morey, P., Mok, M., Gosling, T. & Gillett, L. (2009). Differential pathways of psychological distress in spouses vs. parents of people with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI): Multi-group analysis. Brain Injury, 23 (12), 931-943.

Beamish, P., Low, D. & Robinson, T. (2009). Increasing life effectiveness. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (2), 41-44.

Christian, B., (2009). Developing a nexus between Christian worldview and the social sciences in pre-service teachers. Journal of Christian Education, 52(2), 66-77.

de Berg, K. (2009). Towards enhancing science as inquiry: A case study from inorganic chemistry. Australian Journal for Education in Chemistry, 70, 23-30.

de Berg, K. (2009). Christianity and Darwinism. International Journal for New Perspectives in Christianity, 1(1), 23-30.

Grant, R., Braidy, N., Adams, S., Brew, B., & Guillemin, G. (2009). Mechanism for quinolinic acid cytotoxicity in human astrocytes and nuerons. Neurotoxicity Research, 16, 77-86.

Grant, R., Coggan, S., & Smythe, G. (2009). The physiological action of picolinic acid in the human brain. International Journal of Tryptophan Research, 2, 71-79.

Grant, R., Braidy, N., Brew, S., Adams, Jayasena, T., & Gillemin, G. (2009). Effect of kynurenine pathway metabolites on intracellular NAD+ synthesis and cell death in human primary astrocytes and neurons. International Journal of Tryptophan Research, 2, 61-69.

Grant, R., Coggan, S., Smythe, G. & Bilgin, A. (2009). Age and circadian influences on picolinic acid concentrations in human cerebrospinal fluid. Journal of Neurochemistry, 108, 1220-1225.

Greive, C. & Cooper, T. (2009). The effectiveness of reciprocal teaching as applied within the NSW primary subject of Human Society and its Environment: An exploratory study. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (1), 45-52.

McIver, R. & Roennfeldt, R. (2009). Text and interpretation: Christian understandings of authoritative texts in the light of social change. Islam and Christian Muslim Relations, 20 (3), 257-276.

Pearce, R. (2009). A sodium loaded trap? What should schools tell students about cheese? Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (2), 46-51.

Rieger, W. (2009). Chaplaincy in Christian Schools: Towards a policy platform for productive partnerships. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (2), 26-31.

Rogers, L. (2009). Cosmology and design. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (1), 38-43.

Sheehan, A., Schmied, V., Beake, S., McCourt, C. & Dykes, F. (2009). A meta-synthesis of women's perceptions and experiences of breastfeeding support. Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews, 7 (14), 583-614.

Sheehan, A., Burns, E., Schmied, V. & Fenwick, J., (2009). A meta-ethnographic synthesis of women's experience of breastfeeding. Maternal and Child Nutrition, online 17 September. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/122602404/abstract. 19 pages.

Sheehan, A., Schmied, V. & Barclay, L. (2009). Women's experiences of infant feeding support in the first 6 weeks post-birth. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 5 (2), 138-150.

Smedley, A. & Penney, D. (2009). A partnership approach to the preparation of preceptors. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30 (1), 31-36.

Thompson, S. (2009). Thirst for spirits? Thirst for spirit? Two models to explain alcohol's impact, International Journal of New Perspectives on Christianity, 1 (1), 66-74.

Watson, B. & Heise, S. (2009). Breaking the silence: Nepali women, uterine prolapse and hysterectomy. Social Development Issues, 31 (3), 66-80.

Watson, B., House, M., & Stacey, G. (2009). Crisis or Opportunity? Adventist pastors speak on Creation stewardship. Ministry: International Journal for Pastors, October, 26-28.

Young, N (2009). An analysis of Romans 14:5-6 via the new perspective on Paul. International Journal of New Perspectives on Christianity, 1 (1), 66-74.

Category E - Conference Publications


E1 - Full written paper - delivered at a conference and published in refereed conference proceedings



Fernandez, J. (2009). Naming and Shaming Violence in Sacred Text. London International Conference Proceedings 2009. London: Infonomics Society UK, 307-312. From the London International Conference on Education 2009. London UK, 9-12 November.

Category J - Other Creative Works


J1 - Major written or recorded work (new material)



Watson, B. (2009). Novel: Finding David. Warburton, VIC: Signs Publishing Company.

Category M - External Grants



Vickery, D., Greive, C., Howson, K. & Morey, P. (2009). $89,000 from the Department of Education, Employment & Workplace Relations. The grant was for funding to ETM Perspectives and the Avondale Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching to (a) assess the current demographic, health, employment and educational situation of the members of the Dieri Aboriginal Corporation (DAC); (b) determine the current financial status of the DAC; and (c) create a development plan that incorporates management, company structure and communications that allows the aims and objectives of the DAC to be realised. The grant culminated in the submission of the report: A sense of place and purpose: Review of the Dieri Aboriginal Corporation. A confidential report to the Steering Committee of he Dieri Aboriginal Corporation.

McIver, R., Harding, M., Ormerod, N. & Moore, G. (2009). $100,000 from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council. The grant was for a scoping exercise to provide a detailed, evidence-based portrait of Australian theological education, especially to improve learning and teaching within it.

Sheehan, A., Schmied, V., Fenwick, J., Gribble, K., McGraw, D. & Dykes, F. (2009). $76,000 from the Australian Research Council. The grant was for a study of contemporary family, social and cultural influences on first-time mothers' decision about infant feeding and early parenting practices.

Section II - Scholarship Items


Category A - Books


A3 - Edited



Fernandez, J. (Ed).(2009). Critical and interdisciplinary perspectives. Oxford: Interdisciplinary.net.

Watts, V. (Ed.). (2009). International Journal of New Perspectives on Christianity. Warburton: Signs.

Watts, V. (Ed.). (2009). International Journal of New Perspectives on Christianity. ResearchOnline@Avondale

Category B - Book Chapter


B2 - Major chapter in higher education textbook



Van Wyk, K. (2009). Van Wyk Notes. http://www.egw.org . 190 online articles.

Category C - Journal Articles


C2 - Other refereed contribution to a scholarly journal



Manners, B., (2009). Reclaiming church identity in a whatever society. Ministry: International Journal for Pastors, October, 20-22.

Manners, B., (2009). The challenge of change. Ministry: International Journal for Pastors, May, 18-20.

C3 - Non-refereed articles



Christian, B., T. Page. (2009). Computer technology in the Geography classroom: Quality teaching and learning. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (2), 10-14.

Darko, L. (2009). Serving and leading in schools: a discussion of leadership models and how Australian school communities can benefit. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (2), 28-30.

Fitzgibbon, E. (2009). Accommodating a new student with a disability in your primary classroom. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (1), 26-27.

Ludlow, S. (2009). Maximising the potential of the 'third teacher': Indoor developmental play environments 3-8yrs. Teach Journal of Christian Education, 3 (1), 22-25.

Watters-Cowan, C. (2009). Restoring a lost heritage: Margaret Sutherland's creative life. National Archives of Australia: Memento, 37, 20-21.

Watts, V. (2009). Christianity's potential contribution to Australian society, International Journal of New Perspectives on Christianity, 1 (1), 5-16.

C4 - Letters of Note



Thompson, S. (2009, 6 May). Greeks less hospitable to those who wanted to stay. The Australian, p. 40.

Category E - Conference Publications


E2 - Full written paper published in conference proceedings - non-refereed



Hokin, B. (2009). Vitamin B12 Issues: Facts and myths. Global Conference on Health and Lifestyle. Geneva, Switzerland, 6-11 July. http://healthministries.com/presentation/global-conference-health-lifestyle/vitamin-b12-vegetarians-fact-and-myth .

Fernandez, J. (2009). Framing the diaspora: The politics of identity and belonging (pp. 29-39). Paper presented at the Diasporas: Critical Interdisciplinary Perspectives Conference at Mansfield College, Oxford. University. Oxford: Inter-disciplinary Press, 5-8 July, 2008.

E3 - Refereed abstract with presentation or poster at an Australian conference



Daff, L. (2009, 5 7 July). What accountants can learn from the training of doctors. Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) Conference 2009. Adelaide.

Howson, K. & Phillips, J. (2009, 5-7 July). The generation Y disconnect: Using problem-based learning to bridge the gap. Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) Conference 2009. Adelaide.

Howson, K. & Barnes, L. (2009, 5 7 July). Board structure and accountability: A not-for-profit perspective. Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) Conference 2009. Adelaide.

Pearce, R. (2009, 28-30 May). Going nuts? Variation in serve sizes for nuts. Nutrition and Dietetics: Journal of the Dieticians Association of Australia. 27th National Conference. Darwin, NT.

Pearce, R., Guest, J., Bilgin, A., Baines, S., Zeuschner, C., LeRossignol-Grant, C., Morris, M. & Grant, R. (2009, 8-11 December). Adolescent females using common weight control techniques show biochemical evidence of reduced nutrition. Nutrition Society of Australia: 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia and the Nutrition Society of New Zealand. Newcastle, NSW.

Rickett, C., Gordon, J. & Greive, C. (2009, 7-9 October). Poetry: Writing from pain to wellbeing: the New Leaves project. Arts Health Conference #2, Arts/Health Pain/Pleasure-The Image Music Text of Pain and Healing. Newcastle University. 10.

Sheehan, A., Burns, E., Schmied, V. & Fenwick, J. (2009, 4-6 September). Breastfeeding and the discursive representations of newborn infant behaviour. Australian Lactation Consultants' Association National Conference: Breastfeeding a Key Public Health Issue. National Convention Centre, Canberra.

Sheehan, A., Taylor, C., V., Schmied, V. & Gribble, K. (2009, 4-6 September). Baby friendly health initiative: Neonatal intensive care units experience. Australian Lactation Consultants' Association National Conference: Breastfeeding a key public health issue. National Convention Centre, Canberra.

Watters-Cowan, C. (2009, 26-28 September). Re-evaluating the collaborative work of Margaret Sutherland. Bridges: Transforming Journeys. From the 32nd National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia (MSA), University of Newcastle.

E4 - Scholarly keynote address at a conference



Morton, D. (2009, 6-11 July). Designed to be Active: Exploring the health enriching benefits of physical activity throughout the lifespan. Global Conference on Health and Lifestyle. Geneva, Switzerland.

Morton, D. (2009, 6-11 July). Physical activity: an emerging key health determinant. Global Conference on Health and Lifestyle. Geneva, Switzerland.

E5 - Refereed abstract with conference presentation or poster



Daff, L. (2009, 15-15 May). Technical skills and generic skills: Are we missing a vital ingredient in educating the next generation of accountants? European Accounting Association (EAA) 32nd Annual Congress. Tampere, Finland,

de Berg, K. (2009, 24-28 June). Joseph Priestley across three discipline areas: A case study in Epistemology. International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching (IHPST) Group Biennial Conference. University of Notre Dame, Indianan, USA.

Rickett, C., Gordon, J. & Greive, C. (2009, 6-8 July). Taking body and mind seriously: a poetry writing workshop for people who have experienced a life-threatening illness. Association for Medical Humanities: Taking the Body Seriously. Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham University.

Sheehan, A., Schmied, V., Gribble, K., Dykes, F., Cioffi, J. & Taylor, C. (2009, 8-10 September). The problem of breastfeeding in implementation of WHO/UNICEF BFHI. Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives. Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit, School of Public Health and Clinical Sciences, University of Lancashire, Cumbria, UK,

Sheehan, A., Beake, S., Dykes, F., McCourt, C. & Schmied, V. (2009, 8-10 September). Women's perceptions and experiences of breastfeeding: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research. Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives. Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit, School of Public Health and Clinical Sciences, University of Lancashire, Cumbria, UK.

Sheehan, A., Burns, E., Schmied, V. & Fenwick, J. (2009, 8-10 September). 'Wednesday's child': Discursive representations of newborn infant behaviour. Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives. Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit, School of Public Health and Clinical Sciences, University of Lancashire, Cumbria, UK.

Sheehan, A. (2009, 8-10 September). Complex decisions: Exploring the infant feeding decision in the first six weeks post birth. Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives. Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit, School of Public Health and Clinical Sciences, University of Lancashire, Cumbria, UK.

Sheehan, A. (2009, 8-10 September). Breastfeeding in Australia: A socio-cultural perspective. Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives. Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit, School of Public Health and Clinical Sciences, University of Lancashire. Cumbria, UK.

E6 - Abstract (non-refereed) published in an Australian conference proceedings



Fisher, B. (2009, 9-12 July). Reflections from the ALEA People to People Literacy Delegation to China, 2008. Bridging Divides: ensuring access, equity and quality in literacy and English Education from the Australian Association for the Teaching of English & Australian Literacy Educators Association Conference. Wrest Point Conference Centre, Hobart.

Category F - Audio-visual-recordings


Dennis, R. (2009). Music recording DVD: Masterworks 2009. Avondale College, 14 November, 60 minutes.

Reynaud, D. (2009). Screenplay DVD Episode 1: What is this thing called Love? Building better relationships. Wahroonga: Roving Mind Media & Adventist Media Network, 26 minutes.

Reynaud, D. (2009). Screenplay DVD Episode 2: We just don't seem to communicate! Building better relationships.. Wahroonga: Roving Mind Media & Adventist Media Network, 26 minutes.

Reynaud, D. (2009). Screenplay DVD Episode 3: Understanding intimacy: Building better relationships. Wahroonga: Roving Mind Media & Adventist Media Network, 26 minutes.

Reynaud, D. (2009). Screenplay DVD Episode 4: Dealing with conflict: Building better relationships. Wahroonga: Roving Mind Media & Adventist Media Network, 26 minutes.

Reynaud, D. (2009). Screenplay DVD Episode 5: Keeping love alive: Building better relationships. Wahroonga: Roving Mind Media & Adventist Media Network, 26 minutes.

Category J - Other Creative Works


J2 - Minor written or recorded work



Dennis, R. (2009). DVD recording: Avondale Singers at Sydney Opera House. Avondale College, 15 June, 25 minutes.

Fernandez, J. (2009). Poem: Jade is not Jade. Postcolonial Text, 4, (4). Open Humanities Press.

Hook, M. & K Clark. (2009). Encyclopedia entry for "Seventh-day Adventists", Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia. J. Gregory & J Gothard (Eds). Crawley, WA: University of Western Australia Press, pg 808.

J3 - Individual Exhibition of original art at an Australian Gallery



Morris, R. (2009). Painting: Recent Paintings. Robin Gibson Gallery, Darlinghurst Sydney. 15 August - 5 September.
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