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Researcher: Hawkins, CJ (Dr Clayton Hawkins)

Fields of Research

Recreation, Leisure and Tourism Geography
Continuing and Community Education
Sport and Leisure Management
Human Geography
Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing
Urban and Regional Economics
Urban and Regional Studies (excl. Planning)
Gender Specific Studies
Counselling, Welfare and Community Services
Language, Communication and Culture
Social and Cultural Geography
Population Trends and Policies
Public Health and Health Services
Impacts of Tourism
Family and Household Studies

Research Objectives

Arts and Leisure
Education and Training Systems Policies and Development
Urban and Industrial Water Management
Cultural Understanding
Recreation
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Management and Productivity
Road Safety
Organised Sports
Government and Politics
Human Capital Issues
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing
Time Use, Unpaid Work and Volunteering
Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health)
Economic Issues in Tourism

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Building regional competitive advantage and liveability through leisure; 1st Cradle Coast Young Professional Network Conference and Summit
Burnie BMX Park: A Proposal from the Wynyard BMX Club: Site Options Review
Burnie CBD Safety Committee: CBD Cameras Report
Country Football Codes 'overdue' for overhaul
Cradle Coast young professional network: strategic plan 2008 - 2010
Facing up to Facebook: does a failure to embrace online social media mean local government is being left behind in the communication race?; Local Government Manager
Festival Spaces as Third Places; Journal of Place Management and Development
I Can Be
Learn for Life: Circular Head Community Literacy Action Plan 2014-2019 Evaluation Framework
Social and Economic Benefits of Treated Water for Small Communities Including the Health Impacts of Different Water Qualities on Small Communities
Social and Economic Benefits of Treated Water for Small Communities Including the Health Impacts of Different Water Qualities on Small Communities
Social capital through leisure: Can we build livable value and competitive advantage in regions?; 8th Biennial ANZALS Conference - Leisure is the Key: Unlocking People and Communities
Social Capital through Leisure: Cradle Coast's advantage in the year 2030
Social Capital through Leisure: Cradle Coast's advantage in the year 2030
Social Capital through Leisure: Cradle Coast's advantage in the year 2030
Spark Up at West Park: Part of Ten Days on the Island 2003
State of leisure studies in Australia and New Zealand; World Leisure Journal
Supporting Learning Partnerships Through the Use of ePortfolios; Teaching Matters 2009
Using social media in leisure research and teaching
What do I know how to do? Piloting the 'Student ePortfolio' as a reflective learning tool in the Bachelor of Regional Resource Management course; Teaching Matters 2008
Who's DES tonight? Toolkit

Research Projects

Circular Head Community Literacy Plan (2014-2019) evaluation framework
Social and economic profiling for small towns
Tasmanian Fire Service Volunteer Support Brigade Practices Program
Wynyard Tulip Festival - Community Value: Stage One

Research Candidate Supervision