Dr Rebecca Feo
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Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
2007: University medal
2007: Australian Psychological Society (APS) Prize
2012: Dean's Commendation for Thesis Excellence
My research interests involve employing qualitative approaches to the analysis of data. My expertise is in using Conversation Analysis for the examination of real-life, naturally occurring interactions. I am also highly experienced in a range of other qualitative approaches, including discourse analysis and thematic analysis and in conducting focus groups.
I am primarily interested in conducting qualitative social research that has the potential to generate worthwhile, practical applications related to health and well-being and the provision of healthcare and advice. In particular, I am interested in research activities that can contribute to improved circumstances for vulnerable and disadvantaged members of the population, and have experience in designing and implementing service evaluations for the community services sector.
Refereed journal publications
Crabb, S., Feo, R. & Hanson-Easey, S. (2012). Gender equity in the tertiary sector: A focus on senior staff recruitment. Report for the University of Adelaide's Gender, Equity and Diversity Committee.
Lee, J., Lockwood, D., & Feo, R. (2014). Measuring our outcomes by measuring kids' outcomes with PACES: How SA's Together 4 Kids program measures its accountability to its clients – kids aged 0 to 12. Parity Magazine.
Member of Golden Key International Honour Society
Member of International Pragmatics Association
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