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Dr Jenny Coleman

Director - Academic Programme

CoHSS - Deputy PVC's Office

Jenny Coleman is a Senior Lecturer, Director Academic Programmes for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and former head of the Women’s Studies programme from 2000-2011 at Massey University, New Zealand. She is currently serving at College level on the Academic Programmes Committee, College Academic Board and the College Executive Group, and at University level on Academic Committee, Academic Board, Curriculum Management Project Board and the Academic Design Authority Project Team.

Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: 64-6-3569099 Extn. 84959
    Location: 3.18, Sir Geoffrey Peren
    Campus: Turitea

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Jenny's research interests are in the history of feminist thought, media representations of feminists and feminism, feminist historical biography and life writing. She was coordinating editor of the Women’s Studies Journal from 2004-2009. She has published two full length biographies, Mad or Bad? The Life and Exploits of Amy Bock (1859-1943) (Otago UP 2010) and Polly Plum, A firm and earnest woman's advocate: Mary Ann Colclough 1836-1885 (Otago UP, 2017) and is currently editing and introducing a reprinted edition of one of New Zealand's earliest published novels by a female author Alone in the World: A Tale of New Zealand as part of the Colonial New Zealand Texts series (forthcoming, 2017). Jenny has published articles on a range of areas in women's history including nineteenth-century philanthropy and social reform, the development of class sensibilities, the history of women writers, and female emigration. Her research has been published in a range of journals including: a:b Auto/Biography Studies, Australasian Victorian Studies Journal, Communication Journal of New Zealand, Feminist Review, Gender, Place, and Culture, History Now, Journal of Lesbian Studies, Life Writing (forthcoming, 2017), Media History, Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, Turnbull Library Record, Women's Studies International Forum and Women's Studies Journal. Her current research is toward a book Maiden Speeches on the history of women and parliamentary representation in New Zealand.

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Biography (210304):
Gender Specific Studies (169901):
Historical Studies (210300): History And Archaeology (210000): New Zealand History (210311):
Other Studies in Human Society (169900): Studies In Human Society (160000)

Research Outputs

Book

Coleman, JD. (Ed.) (2017). Alone in the World: A Tale of New Zealand. Dunedin: Department of English, University of Otago
[Edited Book]Edited by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD.(2017). Polly Plum, A Firm and Earnest Woman's Advocate: Mary Ann Colclough, 1836-1885. Dunedin: Otago University Press
[Authored Book]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2016). Reframing Philanthropy From Benevolence to Social Reform: Nineteenth Century New Zealand Perspectives. In F. Graves (Ed.) Philanthropy: Past, Present and Future Perspectives. (pp. 1 - 31). New York: Nova Science Publishers
[Chapter]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD.(2010). Mad or bad? The life and exploits of Amy Bock (1859 -1943). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press
[Authored Book]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2001). Unsettled women: Deviant genders in late Nineteenth- and early Twentieth-Century New Zealand. In AJL. Ed (Ed.) Lesbian Studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand. (pp. 13 - 26). NY: Harrington Park Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Coleman, J.

Journal

Coleman, JD. (2017). Relocating Lives in the 'Britain of the South': The influence of emigrant advice manuals on the public writings of nineteenth-century female emigrants. Life Writing. 14(4), 531-539
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2016). Incorrigible offenders: Media representations of female habitual criminals in the late Victorian and Edwardian press. Media History. 22(2), 143-158
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2014). Benevolent ladies and irrepressible busybodies: Contesting the bounds of 'genuine' philanthropy. Gender, Place, and Culture. 21(9), 1071-1089
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J. (2012). the 'inferior' sex in the dominant race: feminist subversions or imperial apologies?. FEMINIST REVIEW. (102), 62-78
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2011). The Disconcerting Double Bind: Anonymity and writing as a woman in the nineteenth century. Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies. 7(1) Retrieved from http://www.ncgsjournal.com/issue71/coleman.htm
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2010). Vested Interests: The Con Artist, the Historian, and the Feminist Biographer. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies. 25(1), 18-31
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J. (2010). "On lies, secrets, and silence"*: The politics of evidence and interpretive strategies. Journal of Lesbian Studies. 14(4), 303-318
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2009). An introduction to feminisms in a post-feminist age.. Women's Studies Journal. 23(2), 3-13 Retrieved from http://www.wsanz.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Andrews, R., Coleman, J., Coombes, L., Morgan, M., & Venkateswar, S. (2009). Editorial. Women's Studies Journal. 23(1), 1-2 Retrieved from http://www.wsanz.org.nz/journal/docs/WSJNZ231editorial1-3.pdf
[Journal article]Authored by: Andrews, R., Coleman, J., Morgan, C.
Coleman, J. (2008). Apprehending possibilities: Tracing the emergence of feminist consciousness in nineteenth-century New Zealand. Women's Studies International Forum. 31(6), 464-473
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Andrews, R., Coleman, J., Coombes, L., Morgan, M., & Venkateswar, S. (2008). Editorial. Atlantis: a women's studies journal - revue d'etudes sur les femmes. 22(1), 1-2 Retrieved from http://www.wsanz.org.nz/journal/docs/WSJNZ221editorial1-2.pdf
[Journal article]Authored by: Andrews, R., Coleman, J., Morgan, C.
Andrews, RA., Coleman, JD., Coombes, LM., Morgan, CA., & Venkateswar, S. (2008). Editorial. Women's Studies Journal. 22(1), 1-2
[Journal article]Authored by: Andrews, R., Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2007). Writing for the ladies: Women journalists in late nineteenth and early twentieth century New Zealand. Communication Journal of New Zealand - He Kohinga Korero. 8(2), 51-62
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J., Coombes, L., Lunn, M., & Morgan, M. (2007). Editorial. Women's Studies Journal. 21(1), 7-11 Retrieved from http://www.wsanz.org.nz/journal/back-issues/21-1.htm
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J., Morgan, C.
Coleman, JD. (2007). Cracks in a glass ceiling: New Zealand women 1975-2004. Women's Studies Journal. 21(1), 78-82
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2007). Women's Studies Journal [Coordinating Editor]. 21(1), 1-172
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Jury, A., Coleman, J., Coombes, L., Patterson, L., Morgan, M., & Lunn, M. (2006). Editorial. Women's Studies Journal. 20(1), 7-9 Retrieved from http://www.wsanz.org.nz/journal/back-issues/20-1.htm
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J., Morgan, C.
Coleman, JD. (2006). Review: Shifting-centres: Women and migration in New Zealand history, Lyndon Fraser, Katie Pickles, 2002. Women's Studies Journal. 20(1), 94-97
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2005). Review. Australasian Victorian Studies Journal. 11, 156-157
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Briar, C., Coleman, JD., Coombes, LM., Jury, AJ., Morgan, CA., & Patterson, LG. (2005). Editorial. Women's Studies Journal. 19(1), 7-10 Retrieved from http://www.wsanz.org.nz/journal/back-issues/19-1.htm
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J., Morgan, C.
Coleman, JD. (2005). Convicts, lunatics and criminals: A case study of colonial women and the contingent nature of marginality. Australasian Victorian Studies Journal. 11, 8-22
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2004). Serendipitous scholarship: Identifying the author of Alone in the world (1866). Turnbull Library Record. 37, 59-67
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2004). The status of women in classical economic thought. Women in Management Review. 19(5), 274-275
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2003). Missionaries, monstrosities or modern female fanatics?: (Re)presenting the identities of nineteenth-century advocates of women's rights. Australasian Victorian Studies Journal. 9, 40-51
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2001). Mainstreaming or marginalisation?: The future of women's studies in Aotearoa New Zealand. SWC news. 52
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2001). A lifelong battler for peace and freedom: The story of Ellen Ellis (1829-1895). Peace Offerings. 2nd, 1-4
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2001). Disciplining women's studies: Repositioning feminist education in Aotearoa / New Zealand.. Women's Studies Journal. 17(2), 33-50
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2001). Unsettled women: Deviant genders in late Nineteenth- and early Twentieth-Century New Zealand. Journal of Lesbian Studies. 5(1-2), 13-26
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2000). Missionaries and revolters: Exploring the identities of nineteenth century advocates of women's rights. History Now: Te Pae Tawhito o te Wa. 6(1), 8-12
[Journal article]Authored by: Coleman, J.

Conference

Coleman, JD.Transporting Romanticism to the "Britain of the South": Romantic Influences on Early Nineteenth-Century Emigration Advice Literature. . Massey University, Wellington Campus
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Siriwato, S., & Coleman, J. (2016). Sexual harassment in the maledDominated workplace: A case study of the Royal Thai police. Proceedings of the 6th ASEAN Conference on the Humanities and Social Sciences. (pp. 1 - 12). Bangkok, Thailand: 6th ASEAN Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.Contributed to by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2015, December). Relocating Lives in the 'Britain of the South' through the public writings of nineteenth-century New Zealand women. Presented at "Locating Lives in the Asia-Pacific-Australian Region", Inaugural Conference of the Asia-Pacific Chapter, International Auto/Biography Association. Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2013). Social Hierarchies and Class Sensibilities: A Comparative Analysis of Vocabularies of Domestic Service in Mid-Victorian England and New Zealand. Victorian Vocabularies: Refereed Proceedings of the 2012 Victorian Studies Association Conference. (pp. 25 - 41). Macquarie University, NSW, 2109: Australasian Victorian Studies Association Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2012, April). From alley-girls to wadler-wives: Victorian vocabularies of gendered occupations. Presented at Victorian Vocabularies: Australasian Victorian Studies Association Conference. University of Griffith, Brisbane, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2012, July). Cause Celebre: The role of the media in constructing "Polly Plum" as one of Auckland's notorieties. Presented at International Auto/Biography Association Conference. Australian National University, Canberra.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2011, November). Reframing benevolence: From palliative care to social reform in early 1870s Auckland. Presented at Australasian Welfare History Workshop. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J.Benevolent ladies and irrepressible busybodies: contesting the bounds of 'genuine' philanthropy.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2010, November). Habitual Offenders: Media Representations of Female Habitual Criminals in Early Twenthieth Century. Presented at Women's Studies Association Conference. University of Waikato, Hamilton.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2010, November). Habitual Offenders: Media representations of female habitual criminals in the early twentieth century. Presented at Women's Studies Association Conference. University of Waikato, Hamilton.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J. (2010, September). Marginalisation or Mainstream?: The current and future position of gender and women's studies in New Zealand.. Presented at New Zealand University Student Association Women's Conference. UCOL, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2010, June). The ambiguous spaces of desire: Charting the intimate life of a criminal con-artist. Presented at Life Writing and Intimate Publics: The 7th Biennial International Auto/Biography Association Conference. University of Sussex, Sussex, UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2009, February). Female fraudsters, swindlers and thieves: The changing figure of "the adventuress" in the late Victoria press.. Presented at "The Victorian Sensorium": Australasian Victorian Studies Association Conference. University of Otago, Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD.(2009). Female fraudsters, swindlers and thieves: The changing figure of the adventuress in the late Victorian press. . University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2008, November). Gender Crossings: The ambiguous spaces of desire.. Presented at Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand Conference. University of Otago, Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2008, November). The ambiguous spaces of desire. Presented at Feminist Conjunctions Conference. Massey University, Palmerston North.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2008). Gender Crossings: The ambiguous spaces of desire. Poster session presented at the meeting of Feminist Conjunctions. Palmerston North, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD., Cox, R., Hall, L., Johnston, L., Molloy, M., & Vares, T. (2008, November). Invited Panel Speaker: Configuring gender and sexuality across university. Presented at SAANZ Conference Multidisciplinary Sociology. Dunedin, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD.(2008). Gender crossings: the ambiguous spaces of desire. . Dunedin, NZ
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2008). Why third wave feminists need second wave feminism. Proceedings of the Women's Studies Association (NZ) Conference:. (pp. 38 - 45).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2008, May). Why third wave feminists need second wave feminism. Presented at Women's Studies Association Regional Conference Day. Victoria University of Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD.(2008). Panel discussion: Women - Yesterday, today, tomorrow. . Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, NZ
[Conference Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD.(2008). Why third wave feminists need second wave feminism. . Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, NZ
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2007, August). Invited Panel speaker: 'Feminism now redux'. Presented at New Zealand Union of Students' Association Conference. Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2006, February). Why third wave feminists need second wave feminism.. Presented at Women's Studies Association (NZ) Conference. Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2006). Who's telling whose story? Vested interests of the con artist, the lesbian and the feminist biographer. Women's Studies Association of New Zealand Conference: Proceedings. (pp. 46 - 54).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2005, May). Who's telling whose story? Vested interests of the con artist, the lesbian and the feminist biographer. Presented at Women's Studies Conference. Victoria University, Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2005, November). Telling tales: Correspondence between a con artist and her biographer. Presented at New Zealand Historical Association Biennial Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2005, November). Who's telling whose story?: Vested interests of the con artist, the lesbian and the feminist biographer. Presented at Women's Studies Association of New Zealand Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2005). Convenient fictions: The case of Amy Bock. In AJ. Laurie, & LE. Eds (Eds.) Lesbian and Gay History in Aotearoa. (pp. 24 - 31). Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2005, February). Miscreants or misfits?: Shifting centres to destabilise the mad/bad/woman matrix. Presented at Australasian Victoria Studies Association Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2004). Like mother, like daughter?: Women journalists and generational feminism in New Zealand. In S. Kell, & PR. Eds (Eds.) Women's Studies Association (NZ) Conference 2003. (pp. 25 - 30). Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2004, July). 'Even more certainty than a man': Women's views of policy and publicity on emigration to the Antipodes. Presented at Annual Conference of the Australasian Victorian Studies Association, in conjuction with the Dickens Project, University of California. University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2004, October). Convenient fictions: Towards a biography of Amy Bock (1859-1943). Presented at Women's Studies Association Regional Conference. Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2003, November). 'Like mother, like daughter?': Women journalists and generational feminism in New Zealand. Presented at Women's Studies Association Conference. Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2003, February). Missionaries, monstrosities or modern female fanatics?: (Re)presenting the identities of Nineteenth-Century advocates of women's rights. Presented at Australasian Victorian Studies Association Conference. Griffiths University, Brisbane, QLD.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2003). Amy Bock and "the case of the woman bridegroom": Was she mad, bad, deviant or just a bit queer?. Poster session presented at the meeting of Women's Studies Association Conference 2003. Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2003, September). Media representations of women's and feminist issues: Countering the backlash. Presented at New Zealand University Students' Association (NZUSA) Women's Focus Group Conference. Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2002). Staying alive: The future of feminist education. 'Words, Action, Change': Women's Studies Conference. (pp. 16 - 20). Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2002). For the ladies: Knowing women through the pages of the Weekly News, 1868-1872. 'Words, Action, Change': Women's Studies Conference. (pp. 41 - 48). Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2001, June). Staying alive: The future of feminist education. Presented at Women's Studies Association Conference. Rangi Ruru Girls' School, Christchurch, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2001, June). ''For the ladies'': Knowing women through the pages of the Weekly News, 1868-1872. Presented at Women's Studies Association Conference. Rangi Ruru Girls' School, Christchurch, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD.(2000). Philanthropy of ''quite a different stamp'': Boundaries and exclusions in the female philanthropic community in mid-1870s Melbourne. Paper presented at the meeting of Communities of Women: Historical Perspectives
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2000). Philanthropy of ''quite a different stamp'': Boundaries and exclusions in the female philanthropic community in mid-1870s Melbourne. (pp. unpaged). , Communities of Women: Historical Perspectives Dunedin, NZ: University of Otago, School of Liberal Arts
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2000). Authenticating historical fictions: Revisiting the life and writings of Ellen Ellis (1829-1895). In H. Margolis, & AE. Eds (Eds.) Women's Studies Association (NZ) Conference: Papers. (pp. 91 - 96). Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coleman, J.

Other

Parsons, D. (2013). Editorial preface.
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J. (2010). Book of the Week: Mad or Bad - the life and exploits of Amy Bock. Radio New Zealand
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J. (2010). Feminism in a postmodern world. Presented at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, J. (2010). Mad, bad or simply sad?. (pp. 20 - 20). The Dominion Post
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2010, May). "Sale's recalcitrant daughter: The infamous Amy Bock". In Sale & District Family History Group Inc. and Sale Historical Society. Presented at Sale, VIC, Australia.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2010). Radio interview with Celine Foenander, morning presenter for ABC Radio..
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2009, April). Invitation to speak at Bock Centennial Celebrations on "Mad or bad? researching the life of Amy Bock", 8 April 2009, Balclutha Public Library. In Clutha District Council. Presented at Balclutha, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2008). Amy Bock never got divorced. (pp. 11 - 11).
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2008). 'Shocking' T-shirts raise parents' ire. (pp. 3).
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2007). Male women's officer at Massey, Wellington.
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD., & Instone, T. (2007). Women's Studies Journal - Index: Volumes 11-20. (pp. 88 - 172). New Zealand Women's Studies Association Inc. / Otago University Press
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2007). Zoo weekly online competition.
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2005). Amy Bock. Canterbury Communications Trust
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2004). What is the women's movement now?. Manawatu Lesbian and Gay Rights Association
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.
Coleman, JD. (2004). Lesbian identity vs queer politics. Manawatu Lesbian and Gay Rights Association
[Other]Authored by: Coleman, J.

Report

Shaw, RH., Lineham, P., Morgan, C., Hansen, S., Forster, M., watson, G., . . . Bunnell, J.(2014). Redesigning the BA: Recommendations prepared for the Pro Vice Chancellor by the Arts Qualification Review Working Party. Massey University
[Technical Report]Authored by: Coleman, J., Forster, M., Hansen, S., Lineham, P., Morgan, C., Shaw, R., Watson, G.

Supervision and Teaching

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Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2015 - Sasiphattra Siriwato - PhD
    Women Policing: A Contemporary Study of Women's Experiences in the Royal Thai Police

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