Michael EmslieResearch Affiliate

    Michael Emslie is a lecturer in the Bachelor of Youth Work and Youth Studies program in the school of Global Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University. Michael’s latest book co-authored with Dr Michael Crowhurst is titled ‘Working Creatively with Stories and Learning Experience: Engaging with Queerly Identifying Tertiary Students’ and published by Springer as part of the ‘Creativity, Education and the Arts’ series edited by Assoc. Prof Anne Harris. Michael’s article co-authored with Prof Rob Watts titled ‘On Technology and the Prospects for Good Practice in the Human Services: Donald Schön, Martin Heidegger, and the Case for Phronesis and Praxis’ was a finalist in the 2018 Fran R. Breul Memorial Prize. Michael’s work as a researcher demonstrates a deliberate commitment to produce and share knowledge that will inspire imaginative and good practice and help to positively shape the world, and his writing covers areas of creative research methods, youth studies, LGBTQI+ young people, youth work studies, good practice in human services, professionalization debates, university and higher education, quality teaching and learning, reflective practice, work-integrated learning, technology, ethics, politics, and policy studies. ResearchGate profile

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