Dr Jo Barnes
Senior Lecturer, Convenor & Graduate Adviser (Sociology)
Qualifications: BSc(Hons) Soton, MSc Surrey, PhD Flinders
Quantitative and qualitative research methods; genealogical research; ageing; sociological approaches to murder-suicide.
Jo's teaching interests include social deviance and crime, social welfare issues, and ageing.
Jo's doctoral thesis was on a sociological exploration of murder followed by suicide and she has recently revived her interest in this topic.
Barnes, J., & Harlow, S. (2015). A moving online story with very few tears or Help comes just in time. In WCELfest 2015: Sharing our Stories-Reflecting on Learning & Technology. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Barnes, J., & Harlow, S. R. (2015). Just in time – Just for me: The need for proximate help when adapting to online teaching.. In EduLearn15. Barcelona, Spain.
Barnes, J., & Zirker, D. (2014). Expanding the definition of corruption in a non-corrupt country: New Zealand in perspective. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference. Conference held at The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Barnes, J. (2013). Southmall engagement survey: Counties Manukau.
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