Higher Education Research Data Collection 2005
Sections within this page
- CATEGORY A - BOOKS
- A1 - Authored (research)
- A4 - Revision/New edition
- CATEGORY B - BOOK CHAPTER
- B2 - Major chapter in higher education textbook
- CATEGORY C - JOURNAL ARTICLES
- C1 - Refereed article in a scholarly journal
- C2 - Other refereed contribution to a scholarly journal
- C3 - Non-refereed article
- CATEGORY E - CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
- E1 - Full written paper - refereed
- E2 - Full written paper - non-refereed
- E3 - Extract of paper
- CATEGORY F - AUDIO-VISUAL RECORDINGS
- CATEGORY J - OTHER CREATIVE WORKS
- J2 - Minor written or recorded work
- CATEGORY K - OTHER PUBLICATIONS
- CATEGORY L - HIGHER DEGREES SUPERVISED TO COMPLETION
- L1 - PhD
- CATEGORY-M---EXTERNAL-GRANTS->-$5,000'>-$5,000'>CATEGORY M - EXTERNAL GRANTS > $5,000
CATEGORY A - BOOKS
A1 - Authored (research)
Reynaud, D. (2005). The hero of the Dardanelles and other World War I silent dramas. Canberra: National Film and Sound Archive.
Steele, A. (2005). The french pilot. Warburton: Signs Publishing Company.
A4 - Revision/New edition
Thompson, S. (2005). The apocalypse and Semitic syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
CATEGORY B - BOOK CHAPTER
B2 - Major chapter in higher education textbook
Anderson, M. (2005). Management of patients with neurologic trauma. In M. Farrell (Ed.), Smeltzer & Bare's textbook of medical-surgical nursing (pp. 1918-1949). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Anderson, M. (2005). Management of patients with neurologic infections, autoimmune disorders, and neuropathies. In M. Farrell (Ed.), Smetzer & Bare's textbook of medical-surgical nursing (pp. 1950-1976). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Thompson, S. (2005). Who is God? What is He Like? In MJ. Westacott & JF. Ashton. (Ed.), The big argument (pp. 238-244). Sydney: Strand Publishing.
CATEGORY C - JOURNAL ARTICLES
C1 - Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Morton, D., Callister, R., Richards, D. (2005). Epidemiology of exercise-related transient abdominal pain at the City to Surf community run. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 8(2), 152-162.
Cassidy, H., & Watts, V. (2005). Spirit of place: Using theatre to stem the loss of social capital from rural communities. Youth Theatre Journal: The Scholarly Journal of the American Alliance for Theatre & Education, 19, 34-54.
de Berg, K. (2005). The development and use of a pedagogical history for a key chemical idea: The case of ions in solution. Australian Journal of Education in Chemistry, 64, 16-19.
Fernandez, J. (2005). The postmodern classroom: Inhabiting the extra-territorial space. Australian Association for the Teaching of English, 143, 82-87.
Howson, K. (2005). The Salvation Army: Aspects of their financial administration. Managerial Auditing Journal, 20(7), 649-662.
Petersen, P. (2005). When God speaks Cross-Culturally: The Bible as Mission. Journal of Adventist Mission Studies, 1(2), pp 4-18.
Roennfeldt, R. (2005). Three Christian origins models: Some theological implications. Christian Spirituality and Science, pp 23-37.
Rogers, L. (2005). The Galileo incident: What today's Christians can learn. Christian Spirituality and Science, pp 5-22.
Smedley, A. (2005). The importance of informatics competencies in nursing: an Australian perspective. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 23(2), 106-110.
C2 - Other refereed contribution to a scholarly journal
de Berg, K. (2005). Christian Spirituality and Science-Issues in the Contemporary World, Editor of a journal, Cooranbong
Manners, B., (2005). Ministry lessons from war. Ministry: International Journal for Pastors, November, 23-24.
Petersen, P., (2005). When God Speaks Cross-culturally: the Bible as Mission. Journal of Adventist Mission Studies, 1(2), 4-18.
Steele, A. (2005). Journal of the International Communication Training Institute, Editor of a journal, Warburton, Vic.
C3 - Non-refereed article
Reynaud, D. (2004). Integrating faith into the training of communicators. Journal of the International Communication Training Institute, 3, 13-16.
Smith, C. & Watts, J. (2005). Teaching mathematics on the story mat. Snapshots primary edition, 2(1), 13-16.
CATEGORY E - CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
E1 - Full written paper - refereed
Ashton, M., & Henskens, FA. (2005, 16-18 August, 2005). Co-existence of transaction and non-transaction-managed activity in a persistent objects store. Paper presented at the Eighteenth International Conference on Systems Engineering, Nevada.
Fisher, B., Gill, M., & Greive, C. (2005, 24-27 November 2004). Reading adventure packs: a pilot program promoting family involvement in children's literacy attitudinal development. Paper presented at the Multiliteracies and English Teachng K-12 in the age of Information and Communication Technologies Conference 2004, University of New England.
Howson, K. (2005, 7-9 September 2005). Internal Accountability: the development of internal auditing within the Seventh-day Adventist church. Paper presented at the fourth accounting history international conference, Portugal.
Reynaud, D. (2005, 2-5 December 2004). Constructing the ANZAC image: A study of Australia's first three Gallipoli movies. Paper presented at the 12th Biennial Conference of the Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand., ANU, Canberra.
E2 - Full written paper - non-refereed
de Berg, K. (2005, 13-15 October 2005). To what extent can the pendulum be used as an analogy for a chemical reaction? Paper presented at the Second International Pendulum Conference, University of NSW.
Fisher, B. (2005, 30 Jan - 11 Feb 2005). Promoting biblical literacy in the elementary school. Paper presented at the 33rd Faith and Learning Seminar, Helderberg College, South Africa.
Miller, W. (2005, 10-12 October 2005). Empowerment evaluation: A practical method for evaluating a school breakfast program. Paper presented at the Australasian Evaluation Society International Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
E3 - Extract of paper
Anderson, M. (2005, 5-8 May 2005). The effects of neurobehavioural impairments on family functioning and psychological well-being of relatives of people with severe traumatic brain injury in Australia: A mixed method approach. Paper presented at the 6th World Congress on Brain Injury, Melbourne.
de Berg, K. (2005, 15-18 July 2005). Writing historical case studies for science students which give due consideration to teaching-learning issues and nature of science perspectives. Paper presented at the 8th International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Conference, University of Leeds, England.
Morton, J., & Gladstone, W. (2005, 11-15 July 2005). Comparative behaviour of three wrasses (Labridae) in temperate rocky reefs of NSW. Paper presented at the Australian Society for Fish Biology Workshop and Conference 2005, Darwin, Northern Territory.
CATEGORY F - AUDIO-VISUAL RECORDINGS
Dennis, R., & Johnson, A. (2005). The People's Messiah, DVD Recording, Avondale University Church
Dooley, M., Gardner, T., & Reynaud, D. (2005). The Hero of the Dardanelles, Video reconstruction of 1915 movie, National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra
Dooley, M., Gardner, T., & Reynaud, D. (2005). The hero of the Dardanelles and other World War I silent dramas, Video reconstruction of 1928 movie, National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra
CATEGORY J - OTHER CREATIVE WORKS
J2 - Minor written or recorded work
Fernandez, J. (2005). A dream healed me. In Postcolonial Text (Vol. 1): Open Journal Systems.
Heise, L. & Hill, V. (2005). Play today. Cooranbong: The Institute of Worship.
CATEGORY K - OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Carlsen, N. (2005). PowerPoint presentation to accompany Petty, W., Keown, A., Martin, P., Nguyen, H., Burrow, M., Scott, D., & Martin, J., Financial management, 4th edition, Frenchs Forest: Pearson Education Australia.
Carter, J. & Watts, V. (2005). Instructor resource guide to accompany Edwards, C. & Watts, V., Classroom discipline and management - An Australian perspective, Brisbane: John Wiley.
Carter, J., Fitzpatrick, A., Knight, P., Roy, D., & Winzenried, G. (2005). The Arts: Syllabus and resources for primary grades in Australian SDA schools, Ringwood, Vic. Adventist Schools Australia.
Cole, R. (2005). Religious and theological abstracts, Volume 48.
Morton, J. (2005). The ecology of wrasses (family: Labridae) in temperate rocky reef ecosystems, Research summary in Australian Society for Fish Biology newsletter, 35(1), June 2005., Australian Society for Fish Biology
Watson, B. (2005). ADRA Australia Monitoring Report: ACTION Health Project, Laos, Consultancy report to ADRA Australia, ADRA Australia
CATEGORY L - HIGHER DEGREES SUPERVISED TO COMPLETION
L1 - PhD
de Berg, K. (2005). Co-supervisor of PhD student: Cedric Greive, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. Preservice nurses' understandings of fluid physics: implications for their comprehension of the function of common items of nursing equipment and certain physiological processes.
CATEGORY M - EXTERNAL GRANTS > $5,000
Anderson, M. (2005). To investigate the effects of neurobehavioural impairments of severe traumatic brain injury on family relationships, External research grant $13,753.80, Australasian Research Institute