Street Cred

In case anyone wants to check my credibility, here are my work webpages, some things I’ve written and talks I’ve given:

staff page at La Trobe University

teaching page at La Trobe University

Interviews & Other Things
Rudner, J. (2012). Catering to kids in urban design. [Radio Interview]. Off Track. Australia: Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Rudner, J. (2011). Young Design Ambassadors. [Radio Interview]. Life Matters. Australia: Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Rudner, J. (2010). Drive Time [Radio Interview]. Melbourne: Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Rudner, J. (2010). The art of asking questions. Guest Blog

Public media articles
Rudner, J. (2010). Parental protection can be a social trap. Sydney Morning Herald. 22 October.

Rudner, J. (2010). Cloistered kids make terrible adults. Sydney Morning Herald. 12 October.


Professional Journal Articles (Non-Peer Reviewed)

Rudner, J. (2011). Re-conceptualising risks to view cities as sites for children’s experiential learning. Arquitectura-Urbanismo-Sostenibilidad. 9(14). (abstract reviewed).

Rudner, J. (2011). Children’s unsupervised outdoor activity. Curriculum Leadership, 9(1).

Reports
Rudner, J. L., Munasinghe, J., & Wickramaarachchilage, N. (2012). Children’s independent mobility: Five different settlement types in Sri Lanka. London: Policy Studies Institute, University of Westminster. International

Rudner, J., Kennedy, M., DeAraugo, P., Budge, T., & Butt, A. (2011). The place of our children in community building: Turning theory into practice. Children’s and young people’s engagement report (Vol. 1). Bendigo: City of Greater Bendigo, La Trobe University, Southern Cross University. Local

Rudner, J., Kennedy, M., Holland, W., Wilks, J., Donovan, J., Shaw, M., Neville, D., Budge, T., & Butt, A. (2012). Place of children in community building: Putting theory into practice. Children’s and young people’s engagement report (Vol. 2). Bendigo: La Trobe University.

Public Presentations
Rudner, J. (2012). Flowers, drugs and no ball games – Children’s experiences of natural areas in a regional city. Paper presented at the Nature, cities and urban planning, how do our kids connect?, Melbourne.

Rudner, J. (2012). ‘Mall rats, graffiti and traffic: What recent research tells us about Bendigo’s young people’s views of their environment’. Paper presented at the Public Lecture, Bendigo.

Rudner, J. (2011). Reconceptualising planning with and for children. Paper presented at the Cardinia Shire Council 2011 Early Years Conference, Cardinia.

Rudner, J. (2011). Practical considerations for implementing Child Friendly Cities. Paper presented at the Victorian Network of Child Friendly Cities. Wyndham Council. 30 September.

Journal Articles (Peer Reviewed)
Rudner, J. (2012). Public knowing of risk and children’s independent mobility. Progress in Planning, 78(1), 1-53. ERA rank: A*

Malone, K. and J. Rudner (2011). Global perspectives on children’s independent mobility: A socio-cultural comparison and theoretical discussion on children’s lives in four countries in Asia and Africa. Global Studies of Childhood. 1(3): 241-257.

Rudner, J., & Malone, K. (2011). Childhood in the surburbs and the Australian dream: How has it impacted children’s independent mobility? Global Studies of Childhood. 1(3): 205-223.

Academic Conference Presentations (Peer Reviewed)
Rudner, J., Fraser, K., & Leshinsky, R. (2011). Planning, biolinks and property: Tensions between policy and practice. Peer reviewed paper presented at the World Planning Schools Congress, Perth, Australia 4-8 July. ERA rank: B International

Wilks, J., & Rudner, J. (2011). Children’s citizenship: Participation through planning and urban design. Paper presented at the State of Australian Cities National Conference, Melbourne, 30 Nov – 2 December. ERA rank: A

Academic Conference Presentations (Non-Peer Reviewed)
Rudner, J., & Tashiro, K. (2011) Co-Chair: Special session on risk, children and natural disasters. 2nd International Conference on Child Friendly Asia-Pacific: Engaging Children. Surakarta, Indonesia. 20 June -2 July.

Rudner, J., & Broberg, A. (2011). New methods for integrating children’s everyday experiences into planning practice Paper presented at the National Investment for the Early Years (NIFTeY): Children’s Place on the Agenda: Past, Present, Future… Sydney, Australia 28-29 July.

Rudner, J., Butt, A., & Mewburn, I. (2011). Is the PhD an appropriate qualification for planners? Paper presented at the World Planning Schools Congress, Perth, Australia 4-8 July.

Rudner, J., Fraser, K., & Leshinsky, R. (2011). Backdoor methods: Mechanisms to ensure compliance with state booldiversity management policy. Paper presented at the Planning Law and Property Rights 5th International Conference, Edmonton, Canada 25-28 May.

Rudner, J (2010) Methods for biodiversity planning: A case study from Albury NSW. Paper presented at The Future of Australia’s Mid-Sized Cities Policy Workshop, Bendigo, Australia 28 – 29 September.

Book Chapters
Butt, A., Rudner, J., and Mees, P. (2012). Public Transport and Density in Mid-Sized Australian Cities. Future of Australia’s Mid-Sized Cities Conference 2010: Bendigo. In T. Budge and J. Martin (eds). The Sustainability of Australia’s Country Towns: Renewal, Renaissance, Resilience. (forthcoming) VURRN Press Ballarat.

Sturup, S., Low, N., Rudner, J., Legacy, C., Babb, C. & Curtis, C. (2012). What keeps us on the current path. In N. Low (ed.). Transforming Urban Transport: from Automobility to Sustainable Transport. (forthcoming) Earthscan.

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