The Post 2004 Tsunami Media: Voices for Science and the Humane
Post-2004 Tsunami, the free-to-air and online media galvanised the global community to secure humane outcomes, as well as underscore the essential role of online scientific literacy.
||2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, Transpersonal Globalisation, Phenomenal Fields of Experience, The Role of the Mythopoeic, Online Science, Trends: Online Giving, Media as an Agency for the Humane, Kerry Packer: Cricket, Wave Aid, Australia Unites: Reach Out to Asia, The Role of the Bloggers and Aid, Life-World: Banda Aceh, Scientific Literacy, Online Aid, Australian Indonesian Relations
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp.79-92.
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Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.883MB).
• Sixth generation Australian.
• Childhood (Perth) played and explored the coastal bushlands (late 1950's - 1960’s.
• Summers- surfing and watching cricket. Winters- Australian Rules Football.
• Studied: Churchlands Teachers College; Curtin University; University of Western Australia and
M Ed UWA (1986) -A n Epistemological Justification for Polysensory Education
Ph D Murdoch (2001) Aesthetic Solidarity and Ethical Holism: Towards and Ecopedagogy in
• 1977 -1985 Educ Dept of W A as a primary & visual arts teacher and curriculum writer.
• Since 1986 training visual artists, visual arts teachers and science/technology teachers ECU.
• 1993/94 University of Massachusetts
• Interests - globalisation and environmental ethics-Philosophy of Aesthetics & Science
• Studio interests- ceramics, sculpture and architecture
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