Dr Hamish Crocket
Qualifications: PhD (Waikato)
Tom Kavanagh (PhD Candidate, co-supervisor). Proposed thesis title: The complex life of the rugby player: A holistic ethnography of club rugby in Northern Ireland.
Toni-Elizabeth Green (PhD Candidate, co-supervisor). Proposed thesis title: On, in, and with the sea: What can an embodied engagement with the ocean mean for one’s sense of caring for the environment?
My prime research interests relate to ethics, pleasure and activism within the micro-context of self-governing communities and the broader context of consumer culture. I am also interested in processes of learning within self-governing communities and, in particular, non-traditional modes of learning. I initially developed these interests in the context of sport, namely Ultimate Frisbee, and have started to develop parallel research interests in relation to health and digital technologies.
I am a standing member of the Waikato District Health Board's Virtual Health Advisory Group, and National Coach Educator for New Zealand Ultimate.
van Duijn, T., Crocket, H., & Masters, R. S. W. (2020). The role of instruction preference in analogy learning: Brain activity and motor performance. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 47. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2019.101615
Boucher, S., Blackwell, M., Galland, B., de Bock, M., Crocket, H., Wiltshire, E., . . . Wheeler, B. (2019). Initial experiences of adolescents and young adults with type 1 diabetes and high-risk glycemic control after starting flash glucose monitoring - a qualitative study. Journal of Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders. doi:10.1007/s40200-019-00472-5
Elbalshy, M., Boucher, S., Crocket, H., Galland, B., MacKenzie, C., de Bock, M. I., . . . Wheeler, B. J. (2019). Exploring Parental Experiences of Using a Do-It-Yourself Solution for Continuous Glucose Monitoring Among Children and Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. doi:10.1177/1932296819895290
Burnside, M., Crocket, H., Mayo, M., Pickering, J., Tappe, A., & de Bock, M. (2019). Do it yourself automated insulin delivery: A leading example of the democratization of medicine. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. doi:10.1177/1932296819890623
Find more research publications by Hamish Crocket
Extreme/Alternative Sports; Gender; Health; Learning and Education; Pedagogy; Race and Gender in Sport; Social Issues in Sport; Sociology; Sports
New Social Media, Communities of Learning
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