Annabella is a musician-educator, psychotherapist and teacher. Currently, she is pursuing a PhD, while taking up research/teaching assistantship at the faculty. Her research interests include auto/ethnography, phenomenology and narrative inquiry.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Girls Need to Learn Music but They Shouldn’t Make It a Career: Three Chinese-Australian Musicians’ Learning Experiences with Tiger-mums

Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) and report on semistructured interviews undertaken, I examine three female Chinese-Australian musicians’ learning experiences who were nurtured by authoritarian parenting style influenced by Confucianism.

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Published online: May 16, 2016

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Music in Religion, Religion in Music: Christian Faith and Confucian Filial Piety in the Lifeworld Practices of Two Musician-Educators

This phenomenological study examined the relationship between faith community and socialization. It investigated two musician-educators’ lifeworld practices as educational leaders, focusing on the interplay between religion, music, stewardship, and identity.

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Published online: June 29, 2016

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