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Researcher: Hogan, DJ (Professor David Hogan)

Fields of Research

Sociology of education
Educational administration, management and leadership
Other education
Australian history
Nursing
Curriculum and pedagogy theory and development
Creative arts, media and communication curriculum and pedagogy
Education systems
Family and household studies
Policy and administration
Health services and systems
Social and political philosophy
Natural resource management
Australian government and politics

Research Objectives

Other education and training
Neonatal and child health
Health status (incl. wellbeing)
Nursing
Other culture and society
Policies and development
Civics and citizenship
Expanding knowledge in human society
Other environmental management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

An Education for Heteronomy: A Critique of the Discovering Democracy Project; Curriculum Perspectives
Decision Making in Primary Schools; International Studies in Educational Administration
Decision-Making in Australian High Schools; International Studies in Educational Administration
Professional and Lay Person's Views of School Councils in Tasmania; Leading & Managing

Research Projects

1999 Supplementary Funding; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Adolescent Health, Wellbeing and Education Policy Project; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Develop a Module on the; Department of Community & Health Services (DCHS)
Develop Two Modules for the DCHS Survey: One on Social Capital and the other on Socioeconomic Status and Material Wellbeing; Department of Community & Health Services (DCHS)
Developing citizenship through teaching philosophy; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Ensuring the Visibility of Women's History and Heritage project; Australian Heritage Commission (AHC)
From civics to citizenship: civic education and deliberative democracy; Australian Research Council (ARC)
School Governance and Educational Outcomes; Australian Research Council (ARC)
School governance and educational outcomes in non-government schools in Tasmania; Australian Research Council (ARC)
School governance and educational outcomes in Tasmania; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Community Nursing Survey Data Entry
Develop the Sampling Frame for the Department of Community and Health Services Survey
Healthy Communities Survey Data Entry Services
National History Strategy Professional Development Scheme
Tasmania Together: Indicators of Progress

Research Candidate Supervision

"No man is happy who does not think himself so"- The Subjective Well-Being of Adolescents
A philosophical justification for the Community of Inquiry approach to moral education
A theoretical and empirical approach to social action theory dealing with students' aspirations to and preparation for careers
Adult education - Adult literacy
Citizenship - sites of adult learning
Community action - training effective activists
Coping strategies adopted by schools in response to increased school autonomy
Curriculum collaboration and the provision of curriculum information in Australia
Educational centralisation and the rise of the legislative state- school governance in Tasmania and New South Wales, 1830-85
Evaluation and Professional Development Practices in Tasmanian High Schools
Retention of rural students beyond year 10
Teacher's Planning. How high school teachers plan for their classroom teaching and how this planning might be the context for professional development
The silent world of wise women- a feminist, post modern exploration of clinical midwifery
Transition to wage labour and adult social identity. A critical sociological analysis of emergent discourses of learning labour, leisure, lifestyle ...