Groves Scholarly Grows
- Examined linear structure in Shakespeare’s works
- Meaning the lineation of the line division of the text on the page
- Discussed Hamlet and Freudian theory which was proven wrong about the Oedipus Complex
- Shakespeare had no knowledge of such findings nor did he intend his protagonist (Hamlet) to be diagnosed as such
Rod Morrison: Café Sassafras
- Café located in a small village within Mount Dandenong, an hour from Melbourne
- Picturesque and panoramic views of forest
- Serves scones and cakes, together with; Devonshire, English Breakfast and Earl Grey Tea; as well as, Map Coffee which is an Italian Roasted Arabica Blend
- Old Fashioned Café which treats customers, respectfully
Fair Go for Disabled Tertiary Students
- Interviewed two Disability Liaison Officers
- One at TAFE another at University
- Examined their roles and how they assisted disabled students
- How Disability is classified and with which criteria
- In what way do students approach a DLO; and, the adequacy of services available to them
Safety in the Workplace
- Interviewed Client Services Administrators
- Examined their functions, work practices, duties and equipment
- Considered Employee Relations and Hygiene
- Availability of an Occupational Health and Safety Officer
Return to Adult Study
- Training is mandatory due to the Information Revolution and a need for IT Literacy
- Challenges faced and how to overcome them
- Being in the workforce for many years and a transition from here to tertiary study
- Back to the Books is not a recipe for disaster; but, an opportunity for independent learning
- Graduation, Specialist Qualifications; resulting in you, being a Master of your profession
Quantitative Facts: facts, numbers, dates, heights, areas and distances
Survey: tick box, fill in gap, how many?
Questionnaire: did you?
Headcount: …hands up if you…
- Types of Interviews: outrageous, adversarial, forensic, functional
- Focus in Interviews: finding out- where, what, who, when, or why and how
- Types of Interviewers: professionals, journalists, police
- Process of Interview: motive, choose, contact, prepare, rapport, open- ended style
- Process of Writing: notes, translate, think, draft, redraft, shape, check, edit
- Usually only one answer and have a Factual focus
- How long have you been working, what is your pay; and, what were you doing before this?
- There is a definite answer to all of these questions. These questions do not give the interviewee a chance to really open up.
- No specific answer; and, person can speak at length
- Do you enjoy your job; and, how safe is it?
- What sort of person does it take to do your job?
- Can you see yourself doing this job in another eight years?
- What impact does this job have on your family; and, would you like your children to do your job?
- In Open questions there is no right or wrong answer.