Dr Dianne Rodger

Lecturer
Dr Dianne Rodger
  Org Unit Anthropology and Development Studies
  Email dianne.rodger@adelaide.edu.au
  Telephone +61 8 8313 5931
  Location Floor/Room 1 23 ,  Napier Building ,   North Terrace

Dr. Rodger is an anthropologist whose work focuses on media, popular culture and communication. Her PhD thesis was a study of the Adelaide and Melbourne Hip Hop scenes. She is an early career researcher with growing specialisation in the areas of youth culture, subcultural research and media consumption (in particular the use of new technologies such as social media). She is a member of the Applied Communication Collaborative Research Unit (ACCRU: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/accru/).

BA Hons (Anthropology) University of Adelaide 

PhD (Anthropology) University of Adelaide

  • Australian Hip Hop Culture
  • Globalisation & Localisation
  • Youth Subcultures
  • Music Production and Consumption
  • Health Communication
  • Ethnographic Research
  • Anthropology of Media 
  • Popular Culture

Publications:


Wilmore, M. Rodger, D. Humphreys, S. Clifton, VL, Dalton, J. Flabouris, M. Skuse, A. 2015. ‘How Midwives Tailor Health Information Materials used in Antenatal Care' in Midwifery, Vol. 31, Issue 1, pp. 74-76. Published online 14th July 2014. doi:10.1016/j.midw.2014.06.004

Dalton, JA, Rodger, D. Wilmore, M. Skuse, A, Humphreys, S. Flabouris, M. Clifton, VL. 2014. "Who's Afraid?": Attitudes of Midwives to the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Delivery of Pregnancy-Related Health Information' in Women and Birth, Vol. 27, Issue 3, pp. 168-173.Published online 26th July 2014. doi: 10.1016/j.wombi.2014.06.01

Rodger, D. Skuse, A. Wilmore, M. Humphreys, S. Dalton, J. Flabouris, M. & Clifton, V. L. 2013. Pregnant Women's Use of Information and Communications Technologies to Access Pregnancy-related Health Information in South Australia in Australian Journal of Primary Health. Vol. 19. Issue 4. pp. 308-312. doi: 10.1071/PY13029

Humphreys, S. Rodger, D. & Flabouris, M. 2013. ‘The Medium and the Message in Health Communication: Control in New Media Environments' in T. Lee, K. Trees and R. Desai (Eds), Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association conference: Global Networks-Global Divides: Bridging New and Traditional Communication Challenges, ISSN 1448-4331. Available at: < http://www.anzca.net/conferences/past-conferences/161.html> verified 07/03/2014.

Humphreys, S. Rodger, D. & Flabouris, M. 2013. ‘The Medium and the Message in Health Communication: Control in New Media Environments' in T. Lee, K. Trees and R. Desai (Eds), Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association conference: Global Networks-Global Divides: Bridging New and Traditional Communication Challenges, ISSN 1448-4331. Available at: < http://www.anzca.net/conferences/past-conferences/161.html> verified 07/03/2014.

Skuse, A. Rodger, D. Power, G. Friguglietti, D. & Brimacombe, T. 2013. Communication for Development Interventions in Fragile States: A Systematic Review. JBI Library of Systematic Reviews, 11(3): 1-190. Available at: verified 07/03/2014.

Presentations:

Dalton, J.* Rodger, D. Skuse, A. Wilmore, M. Humphreys, S. and Clifton, V. L. 2014. ‘The Health-e Babies App: The Use of a Smartphone Application for Health Information and Education of Pregnant Women in South Australia'. Conference paper presented at the Australian College of Midwives, Qld Branch Annual Conference. 26th September, Gold Coast, Australia.

Dalton, J.* Rodger, D. Skuse, A. Wilmore, M. Humphreys, S. and Clifton, V. L. 2014. ‘Smart Pregnancy: Exploring the Potential of Smartphone Applications to Improve Health Outcomes During Pregnancy in a Disadvantaged South Australian Population'. Conference paper presented at the Equity @ the Centre: Action on Social Determinants of Health Conference, 4th-5th September, Alice Springs, Australia.

Dalton, J*. Clifton,V.L. Rodger, D. Skuse, A. Wilmore, M. Humphreys, S. & Flabouris, M.. 2013. ‘Who's Afraid of ICTs? The Attitudes of Midwives in the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to Deliver Pregnancy-Related Health Information in South Australia'. Conference paper presented at Collaboration 2013: Women's Healthcare Australasia, 5th- 7th June, Gold Coast, Australia.

Dalton, J*. Clifton,V.L. Rodger, D. Skuse, A. Wilmore, M. Humphreys, S. & Flabouris, M.. 2013. ‘Who's Afraid of ICTs? The Attitudes of Midwives in the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to Deliver Pregnancy-Related Health Information in South Australia'. Poster presented at the Robinson Institute Symposium, 4th November, Adelaide, Australia.

Humphreys, S*. Rodger, D. & Flabouris, M. 2013. ‘The Medium and the Message in Health Communication: Control in New Media Environments'. Conference paper presented at ANZCA 2013: Global Networks - Global Divides: Bridging New and Traditional Communication Challenges, 3rd-5th July, Perth, Australia.

Rodger, D*. Skuse, A. Wilmore, M. Humphreys, S. Clifton, V.L. Dalton, J. & Flabouris, M. 2013. ‘Google's My Mate: Information Seeking Habits of Pregnant Women in South Australia'. Conference paper presented at the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ) 17th Annual Congress, 14th-17th April, Adelaide, Australia.

Rodger, D*. 2012. ‘Supporting Australian Hip Hop? Defining Hip Hop in the Australian Context'. Conference paper presented at Shifting Sounds: Musical Flow: IASPM-ANZ 2012 Conference, 5th-7th December, Hobart, Australia.

Rodger, D*. 2012. ‘Examining the Information Seeking Habits of Pregnant Women: An Overview of the Health-e Baby Project'. Conference paper presented at the University of Adelaide and Lyell McEwin Hospital Research Day, 16th November, Adelaide, Australia.

Rodger, D*. & Skuse, A. 2012. ‘Smart Phone ‘Apps' and their Role in Supporting Improved Health Outcomes'. Conference paper presented at ANZCA 2012: Communicating Change and Changing Communication in the 21st Century, 3rd-6th July, Adelaide, Australia.

Rodger, D*. 2010. ‘Creating the Right "Vibe": Exploring the Utilisation of Space at Hip Hop Concerts in Adelaide'. Conference paper presented at The Third International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Emotional Geographies 6th-8th April, Adelaide, Australia.

Rodger, D*. 2008. ‘You Thought We Wouldn't Notice: Graffiti as Art Form, Vandalism, Campaign and Culture'. Conference paper presented at ASA08: Ownership and Appropriation: A Joint International Conference of the ASA, the ASAANZ and the AAS, 8th-14th December, Auckland, New Zealand.

 

Unpublished reports/policy:

Skuse, A. Brimacombe, T. & Rodger, D. 2014. ‘Communication and Complex Emergencies Resource Guide'. The Australian Civil-Military Centre, Canberra. Available at < http://www.acmc.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Communication-and-Complex-Emergencies-Resource-Guide.pdf> verified 28/10/2014.

Skuse, A. Rodger, D. Power, G. Friguglietti, D. & Brimacombe, T. 2013. Systematic Review Policy Brief: Communication for Development Interventions in Fragile States: A Systematic Review, AusAID.

Skuse, A. Rodger, D. Power, G. Friguglietti, D. & Brimacombe, T. 2012. Communication for Development Interventions in Fragile States: A Systematic Review: Summary Version, Applied Communication Collaborative Research Centre.

Rodger, D. 2013. Project Report Two: Promoting Maternal Health - Media Uses and Preferences. Health-e Baby: Communication Innovation for Improved Neonatal Outcomes.

Rodger, D. with Dalton, J. 2012. Project Report One: Context Analysis of Obstetric Services and Health Promotion Practice. Health-e Baby: Communication Innovation for Improved Neonatal Outcomes.

 

 

 

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