Practice, Education, Work and Society

This series examines research, theory and practice in the context of university education, professional practice, work and society. Rather than focussing on a single topic the series examines areas where two or more of these arenas come together. Themes that will be explored in the series include: university education of professions, society expectations of professional practice, professional practice workplaces and strategies for investigating each of these areas. There are many challenges facing researchers, educators, practitioners and students in today’s practice worlds. The authors in this series bring a wealth of practice wisdom and experience to examine these issues, share their practice knowledge, report research into strategies that address these challenges, share approaches to working and learning and raise yet more questions.
The conversations conducted in the series will contribute to expanding the discourse around the way people encounter and experience practice, education, work and society.
Series Editor:
Professor Joy Higgs AM PFHEA, Education For Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University, Australia

Advisory Editorial Board:
Professor Debbie Horsfall, School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Western Sydney University, Australia / Adjunct Professor, Education For Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Professor Franziska Trede, Education For Practice Institute, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Educational researchers and their students