Keevers, Lynne M. Dr.

Senior Lecturer, Social Work

Overview



Lynne Keevers is a Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Wollongong. She has a professional and research interest in the practices of social justice in community organisations and the contributions of these organisations to the health and well-being of local people and the communities in which they live. Her current research focuses on practice-based approaches to the study of: youth homelessness; violence and trauma in relation to women, young people and children; housing for people who are aging with an intellectual disability and their aging carers and community-based partnerships working to reduce energy poverty in Timor Leste. She is experienced in the use of collaborative methodologies such as participatory action research, collaborative ethnography and feminist-informed participatory research.

Before commencing work in academia Lynne worked as a practitioner in the community services industry and TAFE.

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2012 Made to measure: taming practices with results-based accountability
    2016 Food and music matters: Affective relations and practices in social justice organizations
    2011 Organizing practices of reflection: a practice-based study

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Education Navigating Learning on the front line of Policing Briggs, Belinda
    Doctor of Philosophy A Process Study of Sensemaking and Sensegiving in Organisational Change Zaher, Nabi
    Doctor of Philosophy What is the impact of the marketisation of the commonwealth home care packages on the lived relational experience of informal carers? Duncan, Catherine
    Doctor of Philosophy Welcome to Clubland - Public Health and Gambling Orthodoxies in NSW and Australia Roberts, Kate
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Investigating a Trauma Informed Practice Model for Improving Health, Wellbeing and Academic Outcomes for Children with a Trauma History Lukey, Samantha
    Doctor of Philosophy The relationship between feedback, assessment and learning Middleton, Mark
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Developing foundations for effective university teaching: The framing, practice and change of educational development support for staff new to teaching in universities Beaumont, Timothy

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2012 Made to measure: taming practices with results-based accountability
    2016 Food and music matters: Affective relations and practices in social justice organizations
    2011 Organizing practices of reflection: a practice-based study

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Education Navigating Learning on the front line of Policing Briggs, Belinda
    Doctor of Philosophy A Process Study of Sensemaking and Sensegiving in Organisational Change Zaher, Nabi
    Doctor of Philosophy What is the impact of the marketisation of the commonwealth home care packages on the lived relational experience of informal carers? Duncan, Catherine
    Doctor of Philosophy Welcome to Clubland - Public Health and Gambling Orthodoxies in NSW and Australia Roberts, Kate
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Investigating a Trauma Informed Practice Model for Improving Health, Wellbeing and Academic Outcomes for Children with a Trauma History Lukey, Samantha
    Doctor of Philosophy The relationship between feedback, assessment and learning Middleton, Mark
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Developing foundations for effective university teaching: The framing, practice and change of educational development support for staff new to teaching in universities Beaumont, Timothy
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