Research Publications for Rosemary J De Luca

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  • Barnard, R., De Luca, R., & Li, J. (2014). First-year undergraduate students' perceptions of lecturer and peer feedback: a New Zealand action research project. Studies in Higher Education, online, 1-12. doi:10.1080/03075079.2014.881343

  • Li, J., & De Luca, R. (2014). Review of assessment feedback. Studies in Higher Education, 39(2), 378-393. doi:10.1080/03075079.2012.709494

  • De Luca, R. (2013). Attempting to standardise ethical review within the complexity of health-related research. Communication & Medicine, 9(3), 269-277. doi:10.1558/cam.v9i3.269

  • De Luca, R., & Annals, A. (2012). Writing that Works: A guide for tertiary students (Third Edition). New Zealand: Pearson.

  • De Luca, R., & Annals, A. (2011). Writing that works: A guide for tertiary students. Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson.

  • De Luca, R. (2011). Narrative theory offers new possibilities for the ethical review of health research. In Ninth Interdisciplinary Conference: Communication, Medicine & Ethics (COMET). Conference held at Nottingham, United Kingdom; 30 June-2.

  • Hasim, Z., De Luca, R., & Bell, B. (2011). Issues and challenges of using web blogs as a medium for research communication. Waikato Journal of Education, 16(1), 143-150.

  • Pope, C. C., De Luca, R., & Tolich, M. (2011). How an exchange of perspectives led to tentative ethical guidelines for visual ethnography. In P. Sikes, & H. Piper (Eds.), Ethics and Academic Freedom in Educational Research (pp. 97-111). Routledge.

  • De Luca, R. (2010). Thinking about pre-birth testing. [Contribution to authored book: Human Development: family, place, culture. Claiborne, L & Drewery, W. pp.106-109]. McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd.

  • De Luca, R. (2010). Using narrative for ethical thinking. In A. Jones, A. McKim, & M. Reiss (Eds.), Ethics in the Science and Technology Classroom (pp. 87-101). Sense Publishers.

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