The Experiential Model of the Person-Centred Record
The Experiential Model of the Person-Centred Record is a social constructionist theory and the product of PhD research completed in 2016. The objective of this research was to explore the co-creation of person-centred records, to support memory, identity and personhood, with the person diagnosed with early stage dementia. This thesis describes the design of a second generation grounded theory methodology and applied archival research.
An ethnographic study conducted as part of a team of researchers from RMIT University at the Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne, Australia. Download the full report here.
Victoria Harbour and Lendlease
This ethnographic study is part of broader one year partnership between RMIT University and Lendlease Pty Ltd. As a researcher in the Digital Ethnography Research Centre I investigated how people who live, work or visit the area engage with and experience community and place in the Victoria Harbour precinct of Docklands.
Running in the rain
Wind and rain are part of the theatre of Docklands in Melbourne.
UePSIDE: Understanding experiences and perceptions of safety in digital environments
This research aims to understand the experiences of people and their relationship to security and safety in the digital world.