Felicity Small

Felicity Small
Charles Sturt University · School of Management and Marketing

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Publications (15)
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Indigenous people tend to pursue education in their mature age. Indigenous employees thus, may need additional training opportunities in the workplace. As their preferred way of learning are different from other employees, training programmes for Indigenous employees should be designed and delivered with their preferred ways of learning in mind. In...
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Purpose People living with a disability (PWD) are often a marginalized vulnerable group who are economically and socially disadvantaged. This paper aims to explore the implementation of new social and financial policy reforms aimed at transforming the disability sector. Using the capabilities approach, the authors explore the experience of carers a...
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The present study applies Pope and Wæraas’ (2016) CSR-washing conceptual framework in a social media context using the recent case involving Streets ‘Pleasure is Diverse’ campaign and the Australian marriage amendment. Sentiment analysis examined the posts to Unilever's Magnum ice-cream campaign. We applied the framework's five conditions, and the...
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The purpose of this study is to examine students’ experiences with online tools and how these tools can facilitate students’ interactions with peers, lecturers, content, and administration. The sample was drawn from five countries: Australia (n = 502), United States (n = 498), United Kingdom (n = 529), India (n = 618), and China (n = 569). ANOVA an...
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This research is a qualitative exploration of first and second year university students’ experiences of feedback, specifically focused on their expectations and feelings. The data (n = 46) were collected from internal and distance-learning students in their first or second year, who are of lower socio-economic status and first in family to attend....
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Proceedings of the 16th Cross Cultural Research Conference- Playa del Carmen/Mexico Dec 13-15. http://crossculturalresearch.com
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Many people engage in pro-environment behaviours like recycling, but are still hesitant to purchase products made from recycled materials. Consumers have not become ‘recycled shoppers’ (Barr & Gilg, 2006) and there has been limited research on understanding the purchase of recycled products (Bratt, 2010) or consumers’ attitudes towards products mad...
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Orientation is often viewed as a one week, one size fits all, one way session for the delivery of information. The focus of this paper is to report on a series of Orientation initiatives in the Faculty of Business which resulted in orientation developing into an ongoing and collaborative process between students and the institution. The aim of the...
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Some researchers have argued that a better understanding of fairness would add to our evaluation of learning environments (Lizzio, Wilson & Hadaway, 2007) and their impact on students (Nesbit & Burton, 2006), but there have been few studies that explicitly examine perception of fairness as a driver of satisfaction with learning environments. This s...
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Purpose Teachers have access to a growing range of online tools to support course delivery, but which ones are valued by students? Expectations and satisfaction are important constructs in the delivery of a service product, and how these constructs operate in a service environment, such as education where the student can also take on the role of th...
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The purpose of this article is to examine how students are incorporating online resources into their self-regulated learning strategies. The process of developing these learning strategies and the importance of these strategies has been widely researched, but there has been little empirical research into how the students are affected by online envi...
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This paper is focused on the relationship of self-image, imagination and products. Prior research has explored factors that influence change within self-image such as self-esteem and society. Further, imagination is another factor that can influence the relationship between self-image and product choice. The findings of this study suggest that imag...
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Shakespeare wrote "For the apparel oft proclaims the man" (Hamlet, 1:3) suggesting that even centuries ago clothing and impressions were intimately intertwined. The purpose of this paper is to present the results from a qualitative study on clothing styles and the individual's impressions management. The philosophical foundation of this research is...

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