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Beyond the Paper is a podcast in which students from Macquarie University interview researchers about the research papers they have written. It is a student-staff partnership project co-ordinated by Dr Nick Wilson of the Department of Linguistics, Macquarie University. Beyond the Paper is part of the Faculty of Human Sciences Research Enriched Teaching Project, funded by a Macquarie University Strategic Priority Grant. The podcast is produced by Nathaniel Keesing, and our hosts are: Lauren R ...
 
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In this episode, Danielle interviews Dr Matt Fernandez, who is a chiropractor and exercise physiologist, awarded his PhD in September 2017. His thesis was titled: back pain, comorbidities and interventions for sciatica, which resulted in several publications in international peer-reviewed journals. Matt is currently a full time lecturer at the Depa…
 
In this episode we talk to Professor Simon French about his paper on undertanding chiropractic practice.Simon is a Professor of Musculoskeletal Disorders at the Department of Chiropractic, Macquarie University. Simon completed his PhD at the Australasian Cochrane Centre, Monash University, and undertook his post-doctoral position at the School of H…
 
In this episode, Maddison interviews Dr Reidar P. Lystad about sports injury hospitalisations in children. Dr Lystad is a Research Fellow at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University. He is an injury epidemiologist with a particular interest in traumatic brain injury, spinal injury,…
 
In this episode, Luke Ross interviews Aron Downie, a health researcher and full-time lecturer at Macquarie University Department of Chiropractic, who has been in clinical practice for 23 years. He completed his Master of Philosophy in 2011 and is currently enrolled in a PhD at the Institute of Musculoskeletal Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health,…
 
This is the first of our Psychology episodes.In this episode, Paige talks to Dr Steven Most about his research with Myung Jin, Sandersan Onie, and Kim Curby on perceptual processing among video game players.Steven is a Senior Lecturer at UNSW's School of Psychology and is Director of the Motivated Attention & Perception Lab (https://motivatedattent…
 
The first of a new series of interviews with researchers from Macquarie University's Department of Chiropractic.This episode features Hazel Jenkins, who is a Lecturer in the Department of Chiropractic, Macquarie University. She has over 15 years experience as a chiropractic clinician with strong clinical interests in addressing recurrent or chronic…
 
In this episode, Brendan Falvy interviews Dr Jean Cho about her paper entitled "Why do interpreters need to be beautiful? Aesthetic labour of language workers"The full reference for the paper is: Cho, J. (2017). Why do interpreters need to be beautiful? Aesthetic labour of language workers. Gender and Language, 11(4), 482–506. https://doi.org/10.15…
 
In this episode, Paige Hawkins interviews Dr Cassi Liardet, who is a senior lecturer in linguistics and academic communication at Macquarie University. Cassi talks about her 2016 paper about Grammatical Metaphor and how students learn to navigate academic literacies, ike essay writing.The paper being discussed is:Liardét, C. L. (2016). Grammatical …
 
In this episode, Rachael McKinstry interviews Dr Alex Grey about her research on minority languages in China.The article that provides the focus or the interview isGrey, A. (2018). A polity study of minority language management in China focusing on Zhuang. Current Issues in Language Planning, 20.it can be found here:https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/…
 
In this episode, Dr Maria Herke and Nathaniel Keesing discuss academic writing and the key to students' succces, focusing on a new book by Jean Brick, Nick Wilson, Maria Herke and Deanna Wong, "Academic Success: A student's guide to studying at university".Book available from https://www.macmillanihe.com/page/detail/Academic-Success/?K=978135200262…
 
In this episode, Dr Loy Lising talks with Brendan Falvy about her forthcoming chapter:Lising, L. (In press). Philippine Languages in Multilingual Sydney. In Benson, Chik & Moloney (Eds.) Multilingual Sydney. Routledge.0:39 My research interests and study areas. Previous studies which led me to this paper.3:00 The difficulties generating useful data…
 
In this episode, Paige Hawkins interviews Dr Anita Szakay about her paper on bilingualism:Szakay, A., Babel, M. & King, J. (2016) Social categories are shared across bilinguals’ lexicons. Journal of Phonetics 59:92–109 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wocn.2016.09.005)0:28 What about Māori languages interests me. What languages are spoken in New Zealan…
 
In this episode, Rachael McKinstry interviews Macquarie University PhD candidate Livia Gerber about an article on family language policy she has co-written with Professor Ingrid Piller.Piller, I., & Gerber, L. (2018). Family language policy between the bilingual advantage and the monolingual mindset. International Journal of Bilingual Education and…
 
In this pilot episode of the podcast, Paige Hawkins and Lauren Ryan interview Dr Nick Wilson about his paper: Wilson, Nick. (2018). The portable locker room: Language, space and place in rugby pre-match interaction. Communication and Sport 6: 547-569. 0:51 Nick talks about his paper: “The Portable Locker Room. Language, Space, and Place in Rugby Pr…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Paige Hawkins interviews Professor Mehdi Riazi about his paper: Riazi, A.M., & Candlin, C.N. (2014). Mixed-methods research in language teaching and learning: Opportunities, issues and challenges. Language Teaching, 47, 135-173. doi:10.1017/S0261444813000505 0:58 Mhedi explains how he became involved in the study of …
 
In this episode of the podcast, Dominic Wong interviews Dr Nan Xu Rattanasone about her paper:Xu, N., Burnham, D., Kitamura, C., & Vollmer-Conna, U. (2013). Vowel hyperarticulation in parrot-, dog-, and infant-directed speech. Anthrozoos, 26(3), 373-380. 0:51 What differentiates infant directed speech versus pet directed speech?2:50 Measuring the l…
 
In this episode, Lauren Ryan interviews Dr Titia Benders about her paper:Benders, T. (2007). Six-month-old infants prefer speech with raised formant frequencies. Infancy. 22, 6, p. 778-789.0:45 Titia discusses misconceptions and confusion around her research.2:15 Debunking infant-directed speech and speech acquisition misconceptions4:07 Discussing …
 
1) Muriel - w/Eddy 1960 - Coxsone2) Lullaby Angel - w/Eddy 1960 - Coxsone3) I Am Never Gonna Cry - w/Eddy 1961 - Coxsone4) My Heaven - w/Eddy - 1961 - Coxsone5) Let Me Dream - w/Eddy - 1962 - Randy's6) I'm In Love - w/Hortense 1963 - Coxsone7) Sand Of The Sea - 1964 - Sir Mike's8) Mouth A Massi - w/John Holt 1965 - Randy's9) Dance Crasher - w/Flame…
 
A ska mix featuring the productions of the great Sir Coxsone Dodd. 1) Sampson - Tommy McCook 2) You Bend My Love - Delroy Wilson 3) I Don't Know - Lacelles Perkins 4) Never Get Weary - Lee Perry 5) I Love You - Winston & Barbara 6) Scrap Iron - Don Drummond 7) Peace And Love - Lester Sterling 8) Lena Belle - Eric Morris 9) Hello Honey - Maytals 10)…
 
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