Research Publications for Gemma L Piercy
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Piercy, G., Cameron, M., & Campbell, L. (2018). Reasons for student non-retention in degree-level study: Evidence from business students in New Zealand. In EduLearn 2018.
Martell-Stark, C., & Piercy, G. (2018). Removing the pedagogical straitjacket from legal executive studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Embracing constructivist online pedagogies. In EduLearn18: 10th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. Conference held in Palma, Spain.
Piercy, G. L. (2018). Baristas: The artisan precariat. (PhD Thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand). Retrieved from https://researchcommons.waikato.ac.nz/handle/10289/12038
Piercy, G. (2018). The first thing I tell my trainees is that they need to learn with both hands: Bringing the sensorium to the work of baristas. In 10th Biennial Gender, Work & Organisation Conference. Conference held at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
Piercy, G., Mackness, K., Rarere, M., & Madley, B. (2017). Investigating commentary on the fifth labour-led government’s third way approach. New Zealand Sociology, 32(1), 49-72.
Mackness, K., & Piercy, G. (2016). Changing parameters of consultation in local government: loss or gain for democracy?. In New Zealand Political Studies Association Conference: Divergent Democracies. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Piercy, G. (2016). Research as resonance: Weaving knowledge(s) to construct mystory. In Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines (CEAD) 2016: Ethnographic Imaginings: Place, Space and Time. Conference held at Cape Town, South Africa.
Piercy, G., & Steele, Z. (2016). Growing vs. getting the 'right' people for the job. In 2016 Conference on Labour, Employment and Work (LEW2016): 'The Changing Nature of Work and Employment'. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.
Waite, K., & Piercy, G. (2016). Mad money: multi-media utilization to promote student engagement and self-authorship. In Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference. Conference held at Napier, New Zealand.
Piercy, G., & Steele, Z. (2016). The importance of social skills for the future of work. New Zealand Journal of Human Resources Management: Special Issue: 'The Future of Work', 16(1), 32-42.