Doctor Adrian Hale
- PG Dip App Ling Monash University
- PhD University of Western Sydney
- Grad Dip Ed (Sec) Charles Sturt University
- BA (Hons) University of Western Sydney
- BA Charles Sturt University
Organisational Unit (School / Division)
- Humanities (Arts)
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- Hale, A. and Basides, H. (2013), 'The Keys to Academic English', : Palgrave Macmillan 9781420256819.
- Hale, A. (2023), '[In Press] 'Still not scraping the bottom of the barrel' : 'rich points', feedback, disadvantaged students, and solutions', Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, .
- Hale, A. (2022), '"That simply cannot be allowed to happen" : the Western Sydney Wanderers and the paradox of Australian soccer', Soccer and Society, vol 23, no 8 , pp 1025 - 1038.
- Hale, A. (2021), ''Mormon reactions to The Book of Mormon'', Comedy Studies, vol 12, no 2 , pp 186 - 202.
- Hale, A. (2021), '[In Press] Ent(air)tainment : how the Jonesy and Amanda radio program converts distance into connection', Journal of Radio and Audio Media, .
- Hale, A. (2021), 'Do Mormons think The Book of Mormon is funny?', Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, vol 34, no 4 , pp 659 - 677.
- Cao, Y., Han, C., Liu, X. and Hale, A. (2021), ''She is like a Yakshini' : character construction via aggressive humour in Chinese sitcom discourse', European Journal of Humour Research, vol 9, no 4 , pp 110 - 130.
- Hale, A. (2021), 'Dame Edna and 'the help': Australian bilingual Latin American immigrants respond to that joke', European Journal of Humour Research, vol 9, no 4 , pp 152 - 172.
- Hale, A. (2020), 'Not scraping the bottom of the barrel : disadvantage, diversity and deficit as rich points', Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, vol 19, no 3 , pp 244 - 263.
- Hale, A. (2018), '"I get it, but it's just not funny" : why humour fails, after all is said and done', European Journal of Humour Research, vol 6, no 1 , pp 36 - 61.
- Hale, A. (2018), 'There is an after-life (for jokes, anyway) : the potential for, and appeal of, 'immortality' in humor', Humor, vol 31, no 3 , pp 507 - 538.
- Hale, A. and Reading, J. (2016), 'When the personal enables the independent : taking the library to the students', Australian Academic and Research Libraries, vol 47, no 1 , pp 3 - 17.
- Hale, A. (2016), 'Gender bender agenda : Dame Edna, k. d. Lang and Ivana Trump', European Journal of Humour Research, vol 4, no 3 , pp 1 - 23.
- Hale, A. (2016), 'The risks and rewards of teaching with humour in Western Sydney : adapting pedagogy to complex demographics', EuroAmerican Journal of Applied Linguistics and Languages, vol 3, no 2 , pp 22 - 41.
- Hale, A. (2015), '"Wogs, westies and writing in Western Sydney" : the reappropriating of labels and the teaching of academic English', International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, vol 2, no 4 , pp 22 - 37.
- Hale, A. (2012), 'How not to kill the joke : the 'frame problem' and multiadicity', International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, vol 1, no 2 , pp 107 - 132.
- Hale, A. (2009), 'The biographer's dilemma: What have you done with my life', Australian Studies, vol 1, no 1 .
- Hale, A. (2005), 'Whose Life is it anyway? :The Democratization of Biography and Contested Ownership of Memory', CEASS Conference: Scholarship and Community UWS 2005, University of Western Sydney, Bankstown.