James Page (Australian educationist)

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Dr James Smith Page (born 1953), is an Australian educationist[1] and anthropologist,[2] and a recognised authority within the field of peace education.[3]

Education[edit]

Career[edit]

Page has taught widely in a range of settings, including work in secondary teaching,[8] teacher education,[9] communication,[10] and peace and conflict studies.[11] Page has served as a member of the International Year for the Culture of Peace Taskforce within the UNESCO Secretariat in Paris,[12] and is a leader in the development of peace education and research.[13]

Current Appointments[edit]

Page is currently a member of GIPGAP, otherwise known as the Group on International Perspectives on Governmental Aggression and Peace, examining social attitudes to peace and war;[14] [15] and Adjunct Associate Professor within the School of Humanities, University of New England (Australia). [16]

Critical recognition[edit]

Links[edit]

Expert Guide Profile:http://www.expertguide.com.au/profile.aspx?id=10268

University of New England staff profile: http://www.une.edu.au/staff-profiles/jpage8

Online-opinion publications: http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/author.asp?id=4928

Works[edit]

Books and book chapters[edit]

  • Page, J.S. (2010) ‘Peace Education’. In: Eva Baker, Barry McGaw, and Penelope Peterson (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Education. Volume 1. (850–854). Oxford: Elsevier.
  • Page, J.S. inter alia (2009) ‘Chapter 5: Indonesia’. In: Kathleen Malley-Morrison (ed.) State Violence and the Right to Peace. Volume 4. (101–119, 278–279). Santa Barbara: Praeger Security International.
  • Page, J.S.(2009) ‘Chapter 7: Australia’. In: Kathleen Malley-Morrison (ed.) State Violence and the Right to Peace. Volume 4. (137–155, 280–281). Santa Barbara: Praeger Security International.
  • Page, J.S. (2008) Peace Education: Exploring Ethical and Philosophical Foundations. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
  • Page, J.S. (2008) ‘Chapter 9: The United Nations and Peace Education’. In: Monisha Bajaj (ed.) Encyclopedia of Peace Education. (75–83). Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
  • Page, J.S. (2008) ‘Philosophy of Peace Education’. In: Monisha Bajaj (ed.) Online Encyclopedia of Peace Education. New York: Columbia University, Teachers College. Available online.

Essays and articles[edit]

  • Page, J.S. (2010) 'Making Sense of Australia's War Memorials' Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 22(3): 276–279
  • Page, J.S. (2009) ‘Co-ordinating Peace Research and Education in Australia: A Report from the Canberra Forum of 2 May 2008’. International Review of Education. 55(2): 303–306 .
  • Page, J.S. (2008) ‘Deconstructing the Enduring Appeal of the Third Reich’. Journal of Intercultural Studies. 29(2): 189–196.
  • Page, J.S. (2007) ‘Teaching Peace to the Military’. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice. 19(4): 571–577.
  • Page, J.S. (2007) ‘The Problem of the Pro-War Greens’. Australian Quarterly. 17(4): 23–25,40.
  • Page, J.S. (2007) ‘Australian Universities and International Standards: Compliance with the 1997 UNESCO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Higher Education Teaching Personnel’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. 29(1): 95–101.
  • Page, J.S. (2006) ‘Why is Peace Research and Education so Prominent in Canada?’ Australian Canadian Studies. 24(1): 19–25.
  • Page, J.S. (2005) ‘A Creative Solution to the Dilemma of Voluntary versus Compulsory Student Union Fees’. AQ: Journal of Contemporary Analysis. 77(4): 19–21, 40.
  • Page, J.S. (2005) ‘Professionalizing Peace Research in Australia’, Social Alternatives. 24(3): 62–64.
  • Page, J.S. (2004) ‘Peace Education: Exploring Some Philosophical Foundations’. International Review of Education. 50(1): 3–15.
  • Page, J.S. (2004) ‘Response to Douglas Kellner’. Critical Discourse Studies. 1(2): 264–266.
  • Page, J.S. (2004) 'Cyber-pseudepigraphy: A New Challenge for Higher Education Policy and Management'. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. 26(3):429–433.
  • Page, J.S. (2003) 'Critical Realism and the Theological Science of Wolfhart Pannenberg: Exploring the Commonalities'. Bridges: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Theology, History and Science. 10(1/2): 71–84.
  • Page, J.S. (2003) 'Towards a Critical Appraisal of the Queensland New Basics Project'. Perspectives on Educational Leadership. 13(6): 1,2.
  • Page, J.S. (2003) 'Security, Inclusiveness and Australian Refugee Policy’ Peace, Conflict and Development: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 4(6):1–6.
  • Page, J.S. (2003) 'Ought the Neo-Cons Be Considered Conservatives? A Philosophical Response'. AQ: Journal of Contemporary Analysis. 75(6): 32,33,40.
  • Page, J.S. (2002) 'Is Mateship a Virtue?' Australian Journal of Social Issues. 37(2): 193–200.
  • Page, J.S. (2002) 'The Australian National Commission for Unesco: Some Proposals for Reform'. Australian Journal of Public Administration. 61(3): 106–112.
  • Page, J.S. (2001) 'The International Year for the Culture of Peace: Was It Worthwhile?'. International Journal of Cultural Studies. 4(3): 348–351.
  • Page, J.S. (2000) 'Can History Teach Us Peace?' Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice. 12(3): 441–448.
  • Page, J.S. (1998) ‘Education and Acculturation on Malaita: An Ethnography of Intraethnic and Interethnic Affinities’. Journal of Intercultural Studies. 15/16: 74–81.
  • Page, J.S. (1992) ‘The Ethics of Inherited Wealth’. Dayspring. 11(3): 13–14.
  • Page, J.S. (1987). ‘Teaching Social Justice’. The Review. 87(8): 11.
  • Page, J.S. (1985). ‘Peace Education and History Teaching in Queensland’. The History Teacher. 37: 42–56.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ http://www.aas.asn.au; http://biblio.une.edu.au.ezproxy.une.edu.au/cgi-bin/chameleon?sessionid=2009102712111825933&skin=default&lng=en&inst=consortium&conf=.%2fchameleon.conf&SourceScreen=INITREQ&scant1=Education%20and%20acculturation&scanu1=4&elementcount=1&t1=Education%20and%20acculturation&u1=4&pos=1&itempos=1&rootsearch=SCAN&function=INITREQ&search=AUTHID&authid=132260&authidu=4; and http://www.iier.org.au/qjer/qr6/thesis-abs-6-1.html, accessed 26 October 2009
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  4. ^ http://librarycatalogue.griffith.edu.au/WebZ/GeacFETCH?sessionid=01-44051-545874983:recno=1:resultset=3:format=F:next=html/geacnffull.html:bad=error/badfetch.html::entitytoprecno=1:entitycurrecno=1, accessed 26 October 2009
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  9. ^ http://www.fed.qut.edu.au/news/news-event.jsp?news-event-id=10323, accessed 26 October 2009
  10. ^ http://www.usc.edu.au/University/NewsEvents/News/2009News/peace+education.htm, accessed 26 October 2009
  11. ^ http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a787469341~db=all?bios=true#b787469341, accessed 26 October 2009.
  12. ^ http://ics.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/4/3/348, accessed 26 October 2009
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  14. ^ http://people.bu.edu/gipgap/gipgap_bios.html, assessed 26 October 2009
  15. ^ Page, J.S. 2013. 'Australian Attitudes to Peace and War' (Commentary). Australian Policy Online. 6/6/13. http://apo.org.au/node/34443, accessed 11/6/13,
  16. ^ University of New England staff profile, http://www.une.edu.au/staff-profiles/jpage8, accessed 3/12/13.
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  21. ^ http://www.unaa.org.au/pdf/UNity%20616.pdf, accessed 26 October 2009
  22. ^ Councillor Margaret de Wit presents United Naions Awards, 30/8/12. http://www.margaretdewit.com.au/news.php?article=3673-Councillor-Margaret-de-Wit-presents-United-Nations-Awards.
  23. ^ WSFBPC (2014) '2014 Peace Essay Winners: Booklet', 27/8/14. www.faithpeace.org; accessed 26/9/14.
  24. ^ Dinnen, M. (2014). 'From the National Coordinator'. United Nations Association of Australia Academic Network News. Issue #35, September 2014. p.4; see also copy of essay pp.12,13. ; http://issuu.com/unaaacademicnetwork/docs/network_news__35_-_september/1; accessed 26/9/14.

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