Theresa Mason

theresa.mason@scu.edu.au

Tutor, Southern Cross University

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EDUCATION:

  • B.A. with First Class Honours, Media Communications
  • Associate Degree in Arts, Writing

DISCIPLINE:

  • Oral history and writing narrative

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AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST:

  • Oral history
  • Writing Story
  • Narrative Theory
  • Link between reminiscence as storytelling and therapy

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Publications

  • Mason, T. (2009). Dignifying Voice – Ethical Approaches to Oral History Research. Praxis 2009 Programme, Southern Cross University, Lismore, p. 9.
  • Mason, T. (2009). Finding a Voice. Abstracts & Proceedings of the 8th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing, Melbourne, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, p. 44 & pp. 139-142.
  • Mason, T. (2009). Nothing Lost in Translation – Reminiscence Research with Respect to Subjective Stories of Self. Abstracts for 42nd National Conference of the Australian Association of Gerontology, National Convention Centre, Canberra, pp. A 105-106.
  • Mason, T. (2009). Storming the Bush Capital. Etchings, Chameleons 7, Ilura Press: Melbourne, pp. 26-30.
  • Mason, T. (2009). Exploring the Nexus between Reminiscence as Storytelling and Therapy. Meeting of Research Minds Abstracts, Southern Cross University, Lismore, p. 2.
  • Mason, T. (2009). Telling Histories: Reminiscence Theory in Praxis. Selected Conference Papers and Proceedings of the International Reminiscence and Life Review Conference 2009, University of Wisconsin-Superior, Wisconsin, USA, p. 78.
  • Mason, T. (2007). Telling Histories: 2480, Honours thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia.

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