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Tigers in the Research
Fores
t

UTS
Faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences


2010

Post
-
Graduate Student Research Conference

UTS City Campus

Building 10


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Tigers in the Research Forest: FASS Postgraduate Research Student
Conference in the 2010 Year of the Tiger

The 2010 UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Post
-
Graduate Student Research Conference aims to provide opportunities for
postgraduate students to showcase their work in progress and gain valuable feedback

on their research projects.

This year is the Chinese Year of the Tiger. While tigers scout the world’s forests for sustenance and survival, research stud
ents wander through their
own jungles, often crossing disciplines, languages, and methodological obst
acles on their way to survival and success in the academic world. For this
reason, we thought the tiger might be an intriguing metaphor for imagining our tenacious, exploratory selves as research stud
ents.
It may also be an
interesting starting point for
e
ngaging

in inter
-
disciplinary discussions with other students and academics as we cross paths in the FASS fields of
Communication
, Education and International Studies.



Conference location


Building 10, City Campus


Take the
Jones

Street lift

up to lev
el
5

Registratio
n for the conference is in the
conference room

10.5.580
.

You’ll get a full program here.


Specific locations:

Room 580

Level 5


Registration desk, catering & posters

Room 330

Level 5


Workshop (Friday only)

Room 460

Level 4


Workshops & papers

Room 240

Level 2


Workshops & papers (Friday only)

Room 330

Level 2


Workshops & papers (Friday only)

Room 410

Level 2


Papers

Room 470

Level 2


Papers (Saturday only)





Tigers in the Research
Forest

UTS
Faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences


2010

Post
-
Graduate Student Research Conference

UTS City Campus

B
uilding 10

Friday 4 June


Conference Afternoon

1:30


1:55

Registration with Tea & Coffe
e

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580

Poster Preparation
s

(after 12.30pm)

Setup for 6pm,
Building 10 Level 5 Room 580

2:00


2:25

Official Opening: Journeys of UTS Academic Tigers

Moderator: Prof. Nicky Solomon, Dean of UGS

Presenters: Prof
.

Theo van Leeuwen, De
an of FASS;
Assoc. Prof.
Sandy Schuck;
Prof.
Heather Goodall

This panel of academics will
talk about
their own academic research journey
s
.

Building 10 Level 4 Room 460

2:30


3:25

Workshops

Building 10 Level 4 Room 460

Building 10 Level 2

Room
240

Build
ing 10
Level 2

Room 330

Building 10
Level 5

Room 330

Analys
ing

modes of
communication
in interaction:
Visuals/Sounds
/Language/Touch

Prof.
Theo van Leeuwen
; Prof.
Anne Cranny
-
Francis; Chris

Evans
;
Amy Chen; Lauren Gorfinkel; Jos
Mulder


Address
ing

ethical

research
considerations

Susanna Gorman


Creat
ing

a research portfolio:
Doctor of Education
insights

Prof.
Alison Lee; Teena Clerke;
Carroll Graham; Paul Donovan,
Richard McDermott

Using RSS feeds to support your
research
: Tips from

a library tiger

Jemima
McDonald


3:30


3:55

Tigers’

Tea Time

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580

plus Common Area near atrium/bridge


Student Paper
s



Building 10 Level 4 Room 460

Building 10 Level 2

Room
240

Building 10 Level
2 Room 330

Building 10 Level
2 Room 410

4:00


4:25

Im
age thieves: The ethics of
documentary filmmaking

Elizabeth Tadic (
Communication
)

The tensions and contentions of
accountability in clinical practice

Su
-
yin Hor (
Communication
)

Negotiating meaning during
collaborative teacher
-
student
construction of tertia
ry texts

Lucy Macnaught (Education)

Migrant perspectives on
becoming Australian

Maria Chisari (
Communication
)

4:30


4:55

The war
-
by
-
media on climate
science: an Australian
perspective

Elaine McKewon (
Communication
)

Spreading the Word: Evangelism
and the

posturing of Evil

George Catsi (
Communication
)

Integrating theoretical
frameworks in educational
research: Bernstein and SFL

Margarita Vidal Lizama (Education)

To mentor is to change your life

Maureen Kingston
-
Ray (Education)


Tigers in the Research
Forest

UTS
Faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences


2010

Post
-
Graduate Student Research Conference

UTS City Campus

Building 10

Friday 4 June


Conferenc
e Early Evening

5:00


5:55

3 Minute Thesis Competition (3MT 2010)


FASS round


3 Minute Thesis Competition (3MT 2010) is an

Australian and New Zealand inaugural competition
for research students.



Your FASS peers will be demonstrating their skill in:



T
he tight conceptualization of their thesis



C
ommunicating their work to a broad audience



I
dentification of what is most important about their project


From this FASS competition there will be a winner, runner
-
up, and people’s choice

award
.

Come along to
support our FASS students and find out who will
represent FASS at the UTS competition at the end of August.

Building 10 Level 4 Room 460

6:00


7:00

Tigers’

Twilight Grazing

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580

plus Common Area near atrium/bridge

Student Poster
s

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580


The possibilities of critical consumer
education to counter the hegemony of
growth models and rapacious attitudes
towards the environment

Tarunna Sebastian (Education)


Transglobal search for identity

Teigan Kollosche (
Com
munication
)

Enchanted Teleidoscopes: Multimodal
interfaces reframing time and space in the
museum

Francesca Veronesi (
Communication
)



The efficacy of corporate health promotion:
A healthy circle

Silke Motschiedler (Education)


The Influence of politics on

E
nglish
language education in Japan before WWII,
during WWII, and throughout the Occupation


Mayumi Ohara (Education)


Practice transformed from design
experience

Alison Bickford (Education)


Tigers in the Research
Forest

UTS
Faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences


2010

Post
-
Graduate Studen
t Research Conference

UTS City Campus

Building 10

Saturday 5 June


Conference Morning

9:30


9:55

Registratio
n with Tea & Coffee

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580

Poster Preparation



9.00
-
10.45

Set up for 11am

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580


Student Paper
s



Building 10 Level 5

Room
580

Building 10 Level 4

Room
460

Building 10 Level
2 Room 410

Building 10 Level
2 Ro
om 470

10:00


10:25

(
set up for

posters

and

catering
)

Approach, Framework,
Paradigm, Methodology:
Critical Discourse
Analysis Perspectives

Susi Woolf (
Communication
)

Climate change and
sustainability: Indigenous and
critical approaches

Tarunna Sebastian
(Education)


Poetics of screenwriting:
Nascent cinematography

Adam Lippmann (
Communication
)


10:30


10:55

So you think you can read ...
online?

S
irinut Sawatdeenarunat (Educ
)

Is education killing democracy?

Keith Heggart (Education)


Doing a literature
review in an
emerging research area

Meher Nigar (
Communication
)

11:00


11:55

Tigers’

Tea Time

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580

plus Common Area near atrium/bridge

Student Poster
s

Building 10 Level 5 Room 580

Social Media Political Campaigns and the
Role

of the Identity Matrix

Suheil Dahdal (
Communication
)


Portfolios for Longer Term Learning

Jill Clarke (Education)


Understanding the Lived Experience of
Second Career Beginning Teachers

Meera Varadharajan (Education)


Breast Cancer and Chinese Media

Yue G
ao (International Studies)


Bilingual Education In Australia: L2 Native
Speakers' Perspectives

Ingrid Weiss (Education)


Words in museums

Jennifer Blunden (Education)


Explicating a historical controversy:
methodology in progress

Eileen Hanrahan

(Education
)


Tigers in the Research
Forest

UTS
Faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences


2010

Post
-
Graduate Studen
t Research Conference

UTS City Campus

Building 10

Saturday 5 June


Conference Afternoon


Student Paper
s



Building 10 Level 5

Room
580

Building 10 Level 4

Room
460

Building 10 Level
2 Room 410

Building 10 Level
2 Room 470

12:00


12:25

(put poster

board
s
a
side

&

set up for

paper presentations)

C
ommunity of Practice
Dissected

Shaila Sultana (Education)


Organic intellectuals in the
Australian global justice
movement

Elizabeth
Humphrys (Comm
unictn
)

Pioneering Identity Through
Lifestyle Migration


Christina Kargillis (Education)


12:30


12:55

A st
ranger among friends:
Conducting cross
-
cultural
narrative research

Diane Marshall (Education)

The Linguascape of urban youth
culture in the local context
-

Mongolia

Sender Dovchin (Education)

Representation of Australian
Muslims in Australian popular
cultu
re productions

Mehal Krayem (
Communication
)

Others within: Imaginative
Geographies and the production
of non
-
belonging in Milan

Katherine Hepworth (Int

l Studies)

1:00


1:25

Situated learning in adult
Christian education groups
-

community meaning, exper
ience
and support

Victor Johnson (Education)

Korean jogiyuhaksaeng's
educational exodus: bilingual
and bicultural identities in the
Australian context

Bong Jeong Lee (Education)

Mapping fundamentalist
hypermasculine politics on the
global stage
-

Chá
vez &

t
he USA

Emma Cannen (
Communication
)

An interactive forest installation
for relaxation

Amy Yi
-
Chun Chen
(Comm
unictn
)

1:30


2:25

Tigers’

Tucker Time

Building 10 Level 5
Common Area near atrium/bridge

2:30


3:25

Workshops

Building 10 Level 4

Room
460

B
uilding 10 Level 5 Room 580

Manag
ing

conversations: Student and supervisor perspectives

Assoc. Prof.
Sandy Schuck; Dr. Leonie Seaton;
Dr.
Helen Russell;

Meera Varadharajan

Research
ing

across languages: Pitfalls, mismatches and revelations

Prof.
Alasta
ir Pennycook;
Dr.
Jingqi
n
g Yang


3:30


4:25

Graduate Reality Bites: Q&A on gaining your stripes as an academic
t
iger

Dr.
Beatriz Carrillo Garcia, Dr. Mary Johnsson, Nour Dados, Dr. Sally Denshire

This panel of
recent/almost
graduate student
s will facilit
ate a question & answer

discussion on reflections of recently gaining their stripes.

Building 10 Level 4 Room 460

4:30


5:00

Than
king Tigers at Twilight Supper


Building 10 Level 5
Common Area near atrium/bridge

Tigers in the Research
Forest

UTS
Faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences


2010

Post
-
Graduate Studen
t Research Conference

UTS City Campus

Building 10


WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS


Analys
ing

modes
of communication in interaction: Visuals/Sounds/Language/Touch

Many students and researchers are working with and across a range of media and modes of communication, including various form
s of visuals, the written word,
movement; sounds of music and sounds

of speech; forms of ‘touch’ and so on. What approaches are different researchers using to analyse these forms of
expression, particularly as they interact with one another other? This workshop allows participants from all areas of FASS to

focus on how the
y are approaching
analysis of different kinds of human expression and perhaps to share some thorny issues encountered in the process of analysi
s.



Address
ing

ethical research considerations

The ethical review of research involving humans can prove challen
ging to researchers using qualitative methods. This design of this workshop is to enable FASS
students to meet the challenges. A review of the basic tenets of ethical considerations in human research will include useful

advice and practical tips for prepar
ing an
application to human research ethics committees.


Creat
ing

a research portfolio:
Doctor of Education (
EdD) insights

The purpose of this workshop is to briefly introduce the changing nature of the doctorate worldwide, in terms of an expansion

in the

range of ways that a doctoral
level contribution to knowledge can be expressed. The particular focus for the workshop is the Doctoral Research Portfolio (D
RP) that has been developed within the
Doctor of Education program in FASS over the past few years.
By showcasing three DRPs as the works
-
in
-
progress of three current EdD candidates, we illustrate
the potential for the portfolio and the artefacts it comprises, to demonstrate doctoral level work that targets a diversity o
f audiences, including both schola
rs and
professionals. Participants will have an opportunity to read and discuss a range of different pieces of work

within one of the portfolios, to examine how different
genres and audiences express the research outcomes.


Finding resources in the forest:

Tips from a library tiger

RSS feeds offer an easy and convenient way of staying in touch with developments in any area of interest to you. The beauty o
f RSS is that it takes the work out of
keeping up to date by delivering content to you in a flexible way
. Rather than visit your favourite blogs and organizational websites individually, learn how to utilise
their feeds to bring updated information to one place: your Google Reader or iGoogle account. The table of contents service t
icTOCS will also be demonst
rated. This
service allows you to receive the table of contents from a selection of over 12,000 journals. All three services are a great
way of uncluttering your email inbox.

Prior to this workshop, it would be useful for you to create an account for yours
elf in Gmail. You can create an account by going to Google, clicking on the link to
Gmail, and then Create an account.


Manag
ing

conversations: Student and supervisor perspectives

Both students and supervisors
conversations reflect on the evolving supervis
ion relationship throughout post
-
graduate research. This forum presents unique
approaches, and discussion on how research concerns or different writing demands will promote a variety of conversations. Thi
s workshop allows participants to
contribute their r
eflections on expectations between supervisor and student, as well as from fellow students when reviewing work and promoting
fruitful
conversations.


Research
ing

across languages: Pitfalls, mismatches and revelations

Participants are asked to come ready to

discuss examples where researching across languages (interviewing, translating, transcribing, reading, writing, in more than
one language) has led to particular moments of difficulty, revelation, insight, or trouble. These examples will be used to co
nside
r the question: What can we learn
about research from multilingual moments?

Tigers in the Research
Forest

UTS
Faculty
of Arts and Social Sciences


2010

Post
-
Graduate Studen
t Research Conference

UTS City Campus

Building 10



The Pre
-
Conference Workshop presentations are now available on the

FASS RESEARCH DEGREES COMMUNITY FORUM in UTS Online!



FASS RESEARCH DEGREES COMMUNITY FORUM (FORUMEDU30)

>
HRD DOCUMENTS

> 2010 CONFERENCE AND COMMUN
ITY OF SCHOLARS


Making
conference presentations

Dr.
Terry Royce


Are you nervous when you speak to an audience? How well prepared are you when you make an oral presentation? Too much to say?

Too little?

This workshop will
take you through the stages of
preparing and delivering conference presentations.

This practical workshop focuses on:



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P
repar
ing

a poster presentation

Dr.
Kitty Te Ri
e
le


Many major conferences in the social sciences offer the option of presenting your work as a poster, rather than as a spoken
presentation. A poster is a little like an
exhibit at a museum: it helps explain your ideas, concepts or connections visually. Moreover (because you will stand next to
your poster during a dedicated session)
it also enables you to talk directly with your a
udience in small numbers. This workshop will outline strategies for designing a good poster, show you examples of
conference posters to discuss, and give you a chance to start designing a poster on your research.