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Dr Ann Rogerson PhD, MA, BA

Lecturer

Doctoral Supervisor
School of Psychology

Professional

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Massey University (2015)
  • Master of Arts - Massey University (2009)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Massey University (2007)

Certifications and Registrations

  • Licence, Supervisor, Massey University

Research Outputs

Journal

Rogerson, A., Morgan, M., & Coombes, L. (2018). Hysterical inquiry: A methodology emergent through a dutiful daughter. Theory and Psychology. 28(6), 823-842
[Journal article]Authored by: Coombes, L., Morgan, C., Rogerson, A.

Conference

Rogerson, A., Morgan, M., & Coombes, L. (2011). Care as a contemporary paradox in a global market. In R. Busch, & A. Rogerson (Eds.) Refereed Proceedings of Doing Psychology: Manawatu Doctoral Research Symposium 2011.. (pp. 35 - 42). New Zealand: Manawatu Doctoral Research Symposium 2011: Doing Psychology
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Coombes, L., Morgan, C., Rogerson, A.

Teaching and Supervision

Courses Coordinated

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Main Supervisor 2 0
Co-supervisor 3 0

Current Doctoral Supervision

Main Supervisor of:

  • Ruth Ardo - Doctor of Philosophy
    Exploring unheard stories and unmapped lifeworlds of Third Culture Kids.
  • Cassie Andersen - Doctor of Philosophy
    Cultural understandings of bisexuality and young bisexual women's sexual agency in sexual relationships.

Co-supervisor of:

  • Matthew Kean - Doctor of Philosophy
    Men’s Work: Narratives of engaging with change and becoming non-violent.
  • Nurfitria Swastiningsih - Doctor of Philosophy
    Life as a breastfeeding-working-mother: understanding challenges and support systems that contribute to the success of breastfeeding among working-mothers in Indonesia
  • Jeronimo Figueira Menezes - Doctor of Philosophy
    When pain cannot be translated: consumers discourses about failed clinical psychological interventions