In 2016 Josh was awarded Full Academic Status as a Research Associate at Flinders University, in recognition of his ongoing contribution to supporting and supervising HDR students. Specifically, he provides methodological expertise in hermeneutic phenomenology for the analysis of ontological phenomena in everyday work-worlds. Prior to completing his PhD, Josh worked in a range of positions, including Recreation, Arts and Cultural Development Officer for the City of West Torrens (2003-2007), Youth Worker for Baptist Care SA (2007), and South Australian State Coordinator for TEAR Australia (2008-2011). His current research interests mainly focus on uncovering ontological and temporal structures of human experiences within the domains of higher education, youth work practice, and the music sector.
I am available to supervise honours, masters and PhD students. Because my training and expertise is in qualitative methodologies (particularly hermeneutic phenomenology), I supervise and support RHD researcher students across many professions, including education, community development, youth work, health practice, paramedicine and the creative industires.
Best Postgraduate Research Presentation, Paramedics Australasia International Conference - NOV 2017
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