BA (Hons), MPP, PhD
Dr Diana Perche's research areas include public policy theory, historical analysis of policy development, the politics of evaluation, and the use of evidence in policy formulation and implementation. Her research currently focuses on participation of First Nations in Australian politics and policy-making, and the ways in which governments use evidence and ideology to design public policy affecting or targeting Indigenous people in Australia.
My Research Supervision
Madeline News (Scientia PhD), "Closing the Gap? Critical Perspectives on Health Policy and Indigenous Self-Determination"
Jason O'Neil (Scientia PhD), ''Redefining Indigenous Self-determination in Australian Public Policy'
Melissa Nyholm (MPhil), 'Policy: purpose, process and product. Building recognition and knowledge of Australian Indigenous histories and cultures'
Social Research and Policy