Dr Elaine Nuske BSc(Hons)(Salf), MA(Brun), PhD(SCU) Elaine has been teaching at Southern Cross University for 15 years. She teaches counselling and social welfare to students in the Bachelor of Social Sciences. A social worker by professional background, Elaine's research interests currently focus on gambling issues. She is specifically invovled in research relating to problem gambling; help-seeking behaviours of problem gamblers; self exclusion practices and women and gambling issues. She is on secondment to the Centre for Gambling Education and Research at Southern Cross University during 2012.
"Friday is my research day": chance, time and desire in the search for the teaching-research nexus in the life of a university teacher (with William E. Boyd, Meg O'Reilly, Karyn Rendall, Stephen Rowe, Erica Wilson, Kay Dimmock, Wendy Boyd, Johan Richard Edelheim, Daniel J. Bucher, and Kath Fisher), Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice (2012)
This paper builds on some ideas recently presented by Boyd et al. (2010). In that...
Laying your cards on the table: representations of gambling in the media (with Lisa Milner), Australian Journal of Communication (2012)
The media saturates our 21st-century societies, helping to form our identities and our understanding of...
Responding to problem gamblers in the venue: role conflict, role ambiguity, and challenges for hospitality staff (with Nerilee Hing), Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism (2012)
In this article the authors explore the challenges experienced by gaming venue employees in Queensland...
Assisting problem gamblers in the gaming venue: an assessment of practices and procedures followed by frontline hospitality staff (with Nerilee Hing), International Journal of Hospitality Management (2011)
This study examined how frontline hospitality staff respond to patrons with gambling problems in gaming...
Only the lonely: an analysis of women's experiences of poker machine gambling (with Louise Holdsworth and Helen Breen), Gambling Research: Journal of the National Association for Gambling Studies (Australia) (2011)
Problem gambling is a social issue in Australia that increasingly involves women. In this paper...
'Be careful what you wish for': a gendered analysis of women's gambling experiences (with Helen Breen and Louise Holdsworth), Sociology of Gambling (2012)
Culturally specific help seeking behaviours among Australian gamblers and family members and appropriate treatment options (with Sally Gainsbury, Nerilee Hing, and John Haw), Problem gambling and addictions: international collaboration and multi-disciplinary approach: the 3rd Asian Pacific Problem Gambling and Addictions Conference (2011)
Help seeking behaviour for gambling problems amongst CALD populations (with Nerilee Hing, Sally Gainsbury, and John Haw), Queensland Gambling Help Forum (2011)
A narrative analysis of help-seeking behavior for recovered problem gamblers (with Nerilee Hing and John Haw), 20th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies (NAGS) Conference (2010)