Kenton Bell

Kenton Bell
University of Wollongong | UOW · School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

Master of Arts

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Introduction
Graduate student at the University of Wollongong studying Sociology and the White Ribbon Campaign of Australia. Editor of the Open Education Sociology Dictionary, a free online sociology dictionary available at http://SociologyDictionary.org
Additional affiliations
August 2014 - present
University of Wollongong
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
July 2014 - May 2016
University of Wollongong
Field of study
  • Sociology
January 2011 - May 2014
University of North Carolina at Asheville
Field of study
  • Sociology and Anthropology
September 2009 - December 2010

Publications

Publications (9)
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Teacher and student perceptions of using technology enhanced learning (TEL) in higher education have received growing attention, particularly during COVID-19, however existing studies are mainly discipline-specific. This study adopts a holistic cross-disciplinary approach. It compares teacher and student perceptions on defining TEL, promotors and b...
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If graduates from STEMM – science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medical sciences – are to successfully navigate the labour market, they need diverse capabilities alongside self- and career awareness. The focus of this study was STEMM students’ perceptions of self, career and employability. The study asked over 2,000 commencing students...
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FREE AT: https://xyonline.net/content/change-among-change-agents-mens-experiences-engaging-anti-violence-advocacy-white-ribbon. ABSTRACT: How does men’s participation in the social movement to prevent violence against women change their relationships with other men and with women? How does it affect their understanding and practices of masculinity...
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Do the narratives of employability constructed by higher education institutions for marketing purposes differ from the conceptualisation and/or the realisation of employability within those institutions? The study reported here drew on interviews with 16 senior academic and student support staff who were tasked with developing student employability...
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The research involved 19 institutions from eight countries and four continents. These institutional partners engaged in fact-finding and theory generation with the common aim of informing current and future employability policies and practices. This work aligned with the diverse aspirations of all higher education stakeholders and fostered communic...
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Prior research on plagiarism has indicated that men may have a greater predisposition toward academic dishonesty than women. However, little research has been conducted using psychometrically tested instruments to validate such claims. To address this gap, a survey was conducted with 377 undergraduate students at a Canadian university on their atti...
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This project is a case study of White Ribbon Australia’s Ambassador Program. This project was independently conducted by Kenton Bell and Claire E. Seaman, under the auspices of the University of Wollongong and supervised by Associate Professor Michael Flood and Associate Professor Richard Howson. Through in-depth interviews and an online survey, th...

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Projects (3)
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This global project explores trends emerging in the intersecting domains of employability, work integrated learning, and career development learning. The goal is to initiate conversations - for fact-finding and theory building to explore how is employability termed, driven and communicated by universities internationally?
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Employability as metacognition is a strategic program of change across higher education. Current funding is equipping and enabling educators at 19 institutions to embed employability development across their programs.