Wendy L. Kennedy's research interests include the measurement of subjective wellbeing, contributing factors to quality of life, and the role of the environment on liveability.

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Publications:
Development of High Quality University Web Sites: Benefits to Users and the Learning Organisation

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Effective Teaching in Universities: Are Students’ Basic Needs Being Satisfied in Large Classes?

The study focuses on satisfaction with large classes and includes an assessment of the satisfaction of students' psychological needs.

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Diversity, Ethnicity and Consumption

This paper investigates cultural identity and its relationship to consumption and the influential role of Marketing. Literature suggests that an individual's identity is expressed through consumption which includes ethnic identity.

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Cultural Sustainability of the Arts through Cross Cultural Market Segmentation

This paper considers the cross cultural nature of the Australian population and the sustainability of culture through the Arts.

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Identity in Multicultural Societies: Who do we think we are?

This paper examines identity issues in multicultural Australia and proposes that ethnic identity should be viewed as a predominantly subjective phenomenon. This has implications for research and policy making.

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Ethnic Identity and Subjective Wellbeing: Connections and Possibilities

This theory-based paper discusses relationships between ethnic identity and the homeostatic model of subjective wellbeing to suggest a way ahead for further research.

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Neighborhood Predictors of Life Domain Satisfaction and Subjective Wellbeing in Rural and Urban Groups: Implications for Health Policy and Practice

This research investigates the extent to which satisfaction with 13 aspects of neighborhood predicts the life domain satisfaction and subjective wellbeing of rural and urban groups in Australia.

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