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Biography

I began my working life as an apprentice electrician with the Department of Civil Aviation. Some nine years later, after studying at night school to gain my matriculation, I took up full-time tertiary study at the University of Adelaide, starting with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Politics and Philosophy, and then moving on to a Master of Arts (Politics) by research and a PhD (Politics). Between 1981 until 2001 I worked as a lecturer/tutor in a number of tertiary institutions on a casual and contract basis: University of Adelaide (1981-1990), University of South Australia (1981-1988), and Charles Darwin University (formerly Northern Territory University) (1991-2001). My MA on the origins of the concept of 'dialectic' in early Greek political thought was awarded in 1986. My PhD, also undertaken at the University of Adelaide, was awarded in 1996 and examined the various polilcy strategies adopted by the South Australian Education Department between 1900 and 1990 to respond to external demands to incorporate sex education into the curriculum. Since arriving at Newcastle in May 2001 to take up a Senior Lectureship in Politics I have been engaged in teaching and promoting the study of politics. From 2001 to 2008 I was the Head of the Politics Discipline, and am currently the Politics Honours Coordinator. Since July 2009 I have been the Assistant Dean Research for the Faculty of Business and Law. I supervise an average of two Honours students per year and am currently involved in the supervision of eleven higher degree students (seven as Principal Supervisor and four as Co-Supervisor).

Qualifications

  • PhD, University of Adelaide
  • Master of Arts, University of Adelaide
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Adelaide

Research

Research keywords

  • feminist political theory
  • governance
  • political theory
  • postcolonialism

Research expertise

I am currently an Associate Professor in Politics in the Newcastle Business School at the University of Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia. I am the author of Biopolitics of the Subject: An Introduction to the Ideas of Michel Foucault (1998), a contributor to Anarchists and Anarchist Thought: An Annotated Bibliography, ed Paul Nursey-Bray (1992), and have published numerous journal articles on political theory, feminist theory, and Australian politics and public policy. In recent years I have developed an interest in both the concept and the practice of governance (as a manner of organising political power). This has prompted an interest in thinking about how the state in the 21st century has come to be restructured and understood, a development that I have begun exploring in a number of recent papers using the notion of the 'governance state'. Current research interests include;

* Governance, rule and political discourse

* Postcolonial theory and the politics of memory

* Feminist political theory

Fields of Research

CodeDescriptionPercentage
160609Political Theory And Political Philosophy60
160603Comparative Government And Politics40

Memberships

Body relevant to professional practice.

  • Member - Political Studies Association
  • Member - Australasian Political Studies Association
  • Member - International Political Science Association

Invitations

Master of International Relations
Macquarie University, Australia (External Reviewer - Programs.)
2010

Collaboration

My principal research interests are in the fields of governance, Australian politics and public policy, and political theory (in particular feminist and postcolonial theory). I have a number of publications in each of these research areas. I am currently engaged in several active research projects that involve one or more of these interests.

One strand of my research has been concerned with the relationship between feminist scholarship and the study of politics, especially political theory. A number of papers exploring this theme have been published between 2000 and the present, with several other papers in various stages of completion. I am currently the Principal supervisor two PhD students working on topics informed by feminist scholarship, and another student successfully completed her PhD on feminist theory in 2011.

A major project that has been developing over the past six or so years concerns the concept of 'governance'. I have been researching its rise and deployment within contemporary political discourse, especially in Australia. I have also been concerned to link this conceptual study to the differing practices of governance and to explore how these might affect political identities, democratic practices and the structures of governing generally. This has led me to reconsider the institutional structures of governing in terms the governance state. (Paralleling this has also been an abiding interest in Michel Foucault's concept of governmentality, though in my view the two concepts, 'governance' and 'governmentality' are distinct and have different provenances.) Arising from this interest in governance I am supervising three PhD projects that each explore aspects of contemporary governance in Botswana and Kenya. Two other PhD projects on governance issues in Australia and Zanzibar (Tanzania) were completed in 2014 and 2012 respectively.

The governance research also links up with two other projects. One is the question of political violence and the various methods of governance that emerge to manage it, and the ways in which political violence is represented and communicated. I have been concerned to link this up with the development of the idea of the governance state. This project is loosely gathered under the umbrella of a research agenda around the idea of human security. A second project begun in late 2012 concerns the politics of memory. It initial focus is with the Kenyan elections of 2013 and the embedding into the election campaign rhetoric of references to and memories of the violence of the previous elections of 2007/2008.

Another project of a long-term research interest concerns a late nineteenth century organisation in Singapore known as the Straits Philosophical Society. I am currently collaborating with another colleague, Dr Tod Moore, in situating the SPS within the phenomenon of Edwardian dinner clubs in the United Kingdom and Australia which operated around this time and which exercised considerable contemporary influence in the maintenance of empire.

Administrative

Administrative expertise

At the University of Newcastle I have undertaken a number of administrative roles. I was Head of the Politics Discipline from 2001-2008, Deputy Head of School from 2002 to 2007, Acting Head from 2007-2008, a member of various Faculty and School committees on an ongoing basis since 2001, a member of the University Senate from 2007 to 2009, Acting Head of the Tourism Discipline in S2 2009, and since July 2009, Assistant Dean of Research for the Faculty of Business & Law.

Teaching

Teaching keywords

  • Australian politics
  • political theory
  • public policy

Teaching expertise

At various times I have taught and continue to teach the following undergraduate courses:

POLI1010: Australian Politics and Government

POLI2010/POLI3010: Australian Political Culture

POLI2040/POLI3040: Democracy and the Politics of Equality

POLI2050/POLI3050: Political Theory and Social Change

POLI2120/POLI3120: Challenging Political Discourses

POLI2130/POLI3130: Principles of Public Policy

POLI4001/POLI4002: Politics Honours 1 & 2

I supervise an average of two Honours students per year. Between 2002 and 2010 I have supervised the theses of twenty-two Honours students of whom seven were awarded First Class Honours. I am currently the Principal Supervisor of nine PhD students and the Co-Supervisor of four other PhD students. Two Newcastle students completed successfully in 2005 and 2011, and a Charles Darwin University student under my supervision completed successfully in 2003.

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Highlighted Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2007Jose JW, 'Reframing the 'governance' story', Australian Journal of Political Science, 42 455-470 (2007) [C1]
2014Nassor AS, Jose J, 'Power-Sharing in Zanzibar: From Zero-Sum Politics to Democratic Consensus?', Journal of Southern African Studies, 40 247-265 (2014)
2011Jose JW, Convery A, McLoughlin K-RJ, Owen SM, 'Reproducing political subjects: Feminist scholarship and the political science curriculum', Australian Journal of Political Science, 46 535-549 (2011) [C1]
2004Jose JW, 'No More Like Pallas Athena: Displacing Patrilineal Accounts of Modern Feminist Political Theory', Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, 19 1-22 (2004) [C1]
2010Jose JW, 'Strangers in a stranger land: Political identity in the era of the governance state', Social Identities, 16 119-133 (2010) [C1]
2005Jose JW, ''Nowhere At Home', Not Even in Theory: Emma Goldman, Anarchism and Political Theory', Anarchist Studies, 13 23-46 (2005) [C1]
2013Jose JW, 'No Gods, No Masters: The Sine Qua Non of Political Rule?', Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Nexus of Politics and Religion in the 21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle (UK) 195-208 (2013) [B1]
2010Imre R, Jose JW, 'Religious and political violence: Globalising syncretism and the governance state', Religion, State and Society, 38 153-168 (2010) [C1]
2010Jose JW, 'A (con)fusion of discourses? Against the governancing of Foucault', Social Identities, 16 689-703 (2010) [C1]
2010Jose JW, ''Like prussic acid in a bottle of medicine': Liberal principles and colonial rule', Postcolonial Studies, 13 199-214 (2010) [C1]
2005Jose JW, 'From Principled Bastardry to Whatever it Takes: A Return to the Heart of Darkness?', Legitimation and the State, Kardoorair Press, Armidale, New South Wales 109-125 (2005) [B1]
2002Doran CR, Jose JW, 'Globalization, the Patriarchal State and Women''s Resistance in Singapore', Gender, Technology and Development, 6 215-232 (2002) [C1]

Publications

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Book (1 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2013Jose J, Imre R, Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Nexus of Politics and Religion in the 21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 217 (2013) [A3]

Co-authors: Robert Imre

Chapter (6 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2013Jose JW, 'No Gods, No Masters: The Sine Qua Non of Political Rule?', Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Nexus of Politics and Religion in the 21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle (UK) 195-208 (2013) [B1]
2013Jose JW, Imre R, 'Situating the Nexus of Politics and Religion in the 21st Century', Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Nexus of Politics and Religion in the 21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle (UK) 2-12 (2013) [B1]

Co-authors: Robert Imre

2013Jose JW, 'No Gods, No Masters: The Sine Qua Non of Political Rule?', Not So Strange Bedfellows: The Nexus of Politics and Religion in the 21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle (UK) 195-208 (2013) [B1]
2011Jose JW, 'Responding to terrorism in the era of the governance state', If It Was Not for Terrorism: Crisis, Compromise, and Elite Discourse in the Age of War on Terror, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 175-190 (2011) [B1]
2010Imre R, Jose JW, 'Globalising syncretism and the governance state: Beyond bipolar thinking on religious and political violence', Change and Stability: State, Religion and Politics in the Contemporary Middle East and North Africa, UNUM Wydawnictwo, Krakow, Poland 123-142 (2010) [B1]

Co-authors: Robert Imre

2005Jose JW, 'From Principled Bastardry to Whatever it Takes: A Return to the Heart of Darkness?', Legitimation and the State, Kardoorair Press, Armidale, New South Wales 109-125 (2005) [B1]
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Journal article (22 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2014Nassor AS, Jose J, 'Power-Sharing in Zanzibar: From Zero-Sum Politics to Democratic Consensus?', Journal of Southern African Studies, 40 247-265 (2014)
2011Jose JW, Imre R, 'Governance states and national political identities: Angels, devils and belligerents', Australasian Canadian Studies, 28 1-18 (2011) [C1]

Co-authors: Robert Imre

2011Jose JW, Convery A, McLoughlin K-RJ, Owen SM, 'Reproducing political subjects: Feminist scholarship and the political science curriculum', Australian Journal of Political Science, 46 535-549 (2011) [C1]
2010Jose JW, 'A (con)fusion of discourses? Against the governancing of Foucault', Social Identities, 16 689-703 (2010) [C1]
2010Jose JW, 'Strangers in a stranger land: Political identity in the era of the governance state', Social Identities, 16 119-133 (2010) [C1]
2010Jose JW, ''Like prussic acid in a bottle of medicine': Liberal principles and colonial rule', Postcolonial Studies, 13 199-214 (2010) [C1]
2010Imre R, Jose JW, 'Religious and political violence: Globalising syncretism and the governance state', Religion, State and Society, 38 153-168 (2010) [C1]
2010Jose JW, 'Rethinking social work ethics: What is the real question? Responding to Stephen Webb's 'Against difference and diversity in social work'', International Journal of Social Welfare, 19 246-252 (2010) [C1]
2010Jose JW, 'Political rule: Still in thrall of gods and masters?', Nebula, 7 12-19 (2010) [C1]
2010Imre R, Jose JW, 'Religion and nation: Modernity, secularism, and politics', Nebula, 7 1-11 (2010) [C3]

Co-authors: Robert Imre

2008Juniper AJ, Jose JW, 'Foucault and Spinoza: Philosophies of immanence and the decentred political subject', History of the Human Sciences, 21 1-20 (2008) [C1]
2008Jose J, 'Governance stories', AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, 43 366-368 (2008) [C3]
2007Jose JW, 'Reframing the 'governance' story', Australian Journal of Political Science, 42 455-470 (2007) [C1]
2007Jose JW, 'The 'Sons of Tricky-Dicky' and the Soft Soaping of History', Journal of Australian Studies, 33-43 (2007) [C1]
2005Jose JW, Burgess KJ, 'Working Nation, the Ethos of Competition and the Transformation of Public Policy', Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 9 Article 2 (2005) [C1]

Co-authors: John Burgess

2005Jose JW, Burgess KJ, 'Working Nation: Context and Consequences', Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 9 Article 1 (2005) [C1]

Co-authors: John Burgess

2005Jose JW, ''Nowhere At Home', Not Even in Theory: Emma Goldman, Anarchism and Political Theory', Anarchist Studies, 13 23-46 (2005) [C1]
2004Jose JW, 'No More Like Pallas Athena: Displacing Patrilineal Accounts of Modern Feminist Political Theory', Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, 19 1-22 (2004) [C1]
2003Jose J, 'Labor's win: The Northern Territory election 2001', AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 62 119-119 (2003)
2002Doran CR, Jose JW, 'Globalization, the Patriarchal State and Women''s Resistance in Singapore', Gender, Technology and Development, 6 215-232 (2002) [C1]
2002Jose JW, 'The Non-Politics of Unemployment in Australia, Japan and the USA', Dissent, 8 (2002) [C3]
2001Jose JW, 'Social Purity Society', The Wakefield Companion to South Australian History, 492-493 (2001) [C1]
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Conference (32 outputs)

YearCitationAltmetricsLink
2012Jose JW, 'On conceptualising governance', Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Hobart, Tasmania (2012) [E3]
2012Jose JW, 'You must remember this: The politics of memory and watchmen', Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Hobart, Tasmania (2012) [E3]
2011Jose JW, 'Trawling the murky shallows: Perceptions of empire in the Straits Settlements 1893-1915', Proceedings of the Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Canberra, ACT (2011) [E3]
2010Nassor AS, Jose JW, 'Power sharing in Zanzibar: Democracy in transition to where?', TASA 2010 Conference Proceedings: Social Causes, Private Lives, Sydney, NSW (2010) [E1]
2010Jose JW, Convery A, McLoughlin K-RJ, Owen SM, 'Hidden in plain sight: Feminist political theory and political theory', Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2010. Full Papers, Melbourne, Vic (2010) [E1]
2010Jose JW, Motyka O, 'Securing bodily integrity: Reconceptualising the human right to 'security of the person'', International Conference on Conflict, Terrorism and Society, Istanbul, Turkey (2010) [E3]
2010Jose JW, 'The view from where? The language of political discourse in mainstream opinion pieces', 2010 TASA Conference. List of Abstracts, Sydney, NSW (2010) [E3]
2010Jose JW, Imre R, 'Governance states and national political identities: Angels, devils and belligerents', ACSANZ Conference Abstracts, Armidale, NSW (2010) [E3]

Co-authors: Robert Imre

2009Jose JW, McLoughlin K-RJ, 'In harm's way: JS Mill's feminist opposition to contagious diseases acts', Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2009: Refereed Papers, Sydney, NSW (2009) [E1]
2009Jose JW, 'Conceptualising 'governance': Discourse, theory and ontology', 2009 Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting: Papers, Vancouver, BC (2009) [E1]
2009Jose JW, 'Of 'strange synergies' and 'murky ferments': Governance discourse and the taming of the Foucault effect', Foucault: 25 Years On: Proceedings, Adelaide, SA (2009) [E1]
2009Jose JW, 'Concepts, damned concepts and governance', Symposium on the Multiple Facets of Governance. Symposium Program, Newcastle, NSW (2009) [E2]
2009Jose JW, 'Responding to terrorism in the era of the governance state', Societies Under Siege: Media, Government, Politics and Citizens' Freedoms in an Age of Terrorism: Conference Program, Istanbul, Turkey (2009) [E3]
2009Jose JW, Imre R, 'Religious and political violence: Globalising syncretism and the governance state', Change and Stability: State Religion and Politics in the Middle East and North Africa: International Conference, Krakow, Poland (2009) [E3]
2008Jose JW, 'From government to governance: Still the same old song?', APSA 2008: Abstracts and Refereed Papers, Brisbane, QLD (2008) [E1]
2007Jose JW, Moore TW, 'The concept 'governance' within Parliamentary Discourse 1983-93', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference. Refereed Papers, Melbourne (2007) [E1]

Co-authors: Tod Moore

2006Jose JW, 'Transformations in Sovereignty, Political Authority and Capacity in the Governance State', Transformations in Governance: Capacity Building in Australia and the Asia/Pacific Region, Australian National University (2006) [E1]
2006Jose JW, ''Like Prussic Acid in a Bottle of Medicine': Liberal Principles and Colonial Rule', APSA Conference 2006, Newcastle (2006) [E1]
2005Jose JW, 'Considerations on the Meanings of 'Governance'', Integrated Governance: Linking up Government, Business and Civil Society, Prato, Italy (2005) [E1]
2005Jose JW, 'Foucault and Governance: (Con)Fusing Discourses', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2005 Proceedings, Dunedin, New Zealand (2005) [E1]
2005Juniper AJ, Jose JW, 'Foucault and Spinoza: Philosophies of Immanence and the Decentred Political Subject', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2005 Proceedings, Dunedin, New Zealand (2005) [E1]

Co-authors: James Juniper

2005Jose JW, 'Government, Governance and the Democratic Ethos', Governance and social responsibilty conference, London (2005) [E1]
2004Jose JW, 'Exploring the Genealogy of 'Governance' within Australian Political Discourse', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, University of Adelaide (2004) [E1]
2004Jose JW, Burgess KJ, 'From Green to White: Working Nation, Competition and the Third Way', Working Nation: A Retrospective Evaluation Conference, University of Newcastle (2004) [E2]

Co-authors: John Burgess

2004Jose JW, 'From Principled Bastardry to Whatever It Takes: A Return to the Heart of Darkness?', Legitimation and the State Mini-Conference, University of New England (2004) [E2]
2004Jose JW, 'The 'Sons of Tricky-Dicky' and the Soft Soaping of History', 12th Biennial National Conference of the Australian History Association, Newcastle (2004) [E2]
2003Jose JW, ''Nowhere at Home': Not Even in Theory', Refereed paper presented to the Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart (2003) [E1]
2003Jose JW, 'Revisioning the logic of industrialisation: contesting the common sense of our time', The Full Employment Imperative - 5th Path to Full Employment Conference and 10th National Conference on Unemployment, The University of Newcastle (2003) [E1]
2002Jose JW, Quirk VS, 'Re-engineering and Managerialism: The Tabula Rasa Approach to Policy and Administration', The Path of Full Employment, Proceedings, Refereed Papers, Newcastle (2002) [E1]
2002Jose JW, 'Developing Study Skills Online', Learning for the Future: Proceedings of the Learning Conference 2001, Dimotiko Skolio of Spetses, Spetses, Greece (2002) [E1]
2001Jose JW, 'Share it fairly but don''t take a slice of my pie: Political Aspects of Unemployment in Australia, Japan and the USA', Conference on Understanding Unemployment in Australia, Japan, and the USA: A Cross Country Analysis, Callaghan (2001) [E2]
2001Jose JW, 'So They Were All Feminists Then? Radical Philosophers As Feminists In The Early Nineteenth Century', The Australasian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Brisbane (2001) [E2]
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Grants and Funding

Summary

Number of grants9
Total funding$52,877

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2013 (1 grants)

Central Contribution to Faculty Peer Review - FBL$11,500
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Special Project GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$11,50020132013
GNo:G1301326

2012 (1 grants)

2011 Awards for Supervision Excellence - Shared Account$4,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Professor Mike Calford, Associate Professor Jim Jose, Associate Professor Helen Warren-Forward, Doctor Keri Glastonbury, Emeritus Professor Mirka Miller, Doctor Geoffrey MacFarlane
SchemeRole
Award for Supervision ExcellenceInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$4,00020122012
GNo:G1200057

2010 (1 grants)

Sanctioning Abuse: Mainstream Political Discourse and the Devaluation of Political Culture$13,967
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Doctor Robert Imre, Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Special Project GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$13,96720102010
GNo:G1000689

2006 (1 grants)

Transformations in Governance: Capacity Building in AUstralia and the Asia/Pacific Region, Research School Sciences, Australian National University, 29/11/2006 - 1/12/2006$670
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$67020062006
GNo:G0187036

2005 (1 grants)

Integrated governance: Linking Up government, Business and Civil Society, the Second Annual Integrated Governance Conference, 26-29 October 2005$2,140
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$2,14020052005
GNo:G0185702

2004 (2 grants)

'Governance' and the language of political discourse: Implications for Australian democracy and political rule$6,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Project GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$6,00020042004
GNo:G0183389

Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2004, 29 September - 1 October 2004$465
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$46520042004
GNo:G0184556

2003 (2 grants)

Behind Working Nation: Policy Processes, Development and Implementation$13,450
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Conjoint Professor John Burgess, Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Project GrantInvestigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$13,45020032003
GNo:G0182421

Australasian Political Studies Conference 2003$685
Funding Body: University of Newcastle

Project Team
Associate Professor Jim Jose
SchemeRole
Travel GrantChief Investigator
Total AmountFunding StartFunding Finish
$68520032003
GNo:G0183289
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Research Supervision

Number of current supervisions13
Total current UoN PhD EFTSL4.85

For supervisions undertaken at an institution other that the University of Newcastle, the institution name is listed below the program name.

Current Supervision

CommencedProposed
Completion
ProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
20142018PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorThe Mechanisms of Persuasive Language: an Analysis of Australian Federal Election Campaign Speeches Since 1949
20132017PhD (Politics)Co-SupervisorA (bio)Political Approach to Genocide: An Agambenian Critique
20132017PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorApplicability of System Engineering Approaches to E-Democracy and E-Governance
20132013PhD (Politics)Co-SupervisorA Historical Geography of Western Australia's Water Policy and Development
20112015PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorThe Paradox of Botswana's Democracy: When too Much Democracy is not Enough
20112015PhD (Management)Co-SupervisorFrom Premise to Practise - The Application of Problem Solving in a Regulatory Environment
20112014PhD (Sociology & Anthropology)Co-SupervisorThe Influence of Local Contingent Factors in Transferring Public Sector Reform Management Policies and Practices: Examining the Extent and Impact of Political Influence on Appointments and Promotions in the Kenyan Public Service
20102014PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorGoverning the Facebook Self: Social Network Sites and Neoliberal Subjects
20102014PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorEnvironmental Governance and Diplomacy: The Twin Dilemmas of Resource Degradation and Conflict in Mau Forest, Kenya
20102016PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorA Critical Analysis of Iris Marion Young's Contributions to Feminist Discourses of Justice and Equality
20102015PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorNot Just Men in Skirts - The Significant of Women and the Australian High Court
20082016PhD (Politics)Co-SupervisorThe Clash of Civilizations: An International Relations Critique
20082015PhD (Politics)Co-SupervisorManifesting the Ummah: Islamism and the State in Indonesia and Pakistan

Past Supervision

YearProgramSupervisor TypeResearch Title
2014PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorWinning Friends and Influencing People: A Study of Political Influence in Australian Policy-Making
2013PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorGrappling with the Democratic Transition: Parliamentary Accountability and the House of Representatives of Zanzibar, Tanzania
2012PhD (Sociology & Anthropology)Co-SupervisorFaith, Hope and Charity
2011PhD (Politics)Principal SupervisorFeminist Theory and Discursive Intersections: Activating the Code of 'Political Correctness'
2006M Economics (Politics) [R]Sole SupervisorThe Defence of 'Soft' Peg Rates: A Study of The Bank of Thailand 1942-1997
2003PHD Political Science
Charles Darwin University
Sole SupervisorTourism Policy in the Northern Territory of Australia -- A Process Facilitating Sustainability?
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Associate Professor James (Jim) Jose

Work Phone(02) 4921 5026
Fax(02) 4921 6919
Email
PositionAssociate Professor
Newcastle Business School
Faculty of Business and Law
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Focus AreaPolitics
Office
SRS232,
Social Sciences,
Callaghan
University Drive
Callaghan NSW 2308
Australia
URL:www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/jim-jose