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California State University Fullerton
Department of Child and Adolescent Studies

John DoyleJohn A. Doyle

Associate Professor
Office: EC-474
Phone: (657) 278-2254
Email: jdoyle@fullerton.edu

Dr. Doyle has taught a wide variety of courses in human services and gerontology including: theories and techniques in counseling, case management, ethical and professional issues in human services, fieldwork, internship seminar, controversial issues in aging, gerontology in human services, and introduction to human services.  His scholarly and research interests are in the areas of cultural diversity competence, professional ethics in the helping professions, issues of development and aging over the lifecycle, developmental disabilities, technology in human services education, and technology in human services delivery.  He has published and presented in the areas of professional ethics, disability as diversity, distance learning in human services education, and technology in human services delivery.  Dr. Doyle is editor of the online edition of the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Journal.  As a California licensed marriage and family therapist, Dr. Doyle also has a private counseling practice, where he sees a diverse population in Southern California.

PUBLICATIONS: (Peer-Reviewed)

Doyle, J. & Hogan, M. (2004). Theory Application for Online Learning Success.  Academic Exchange Quarterly, Winter 2004, Volume 8, Issue 4.

Doyle, J., & Renold, C. (2004). Hopelessness: Results of a Nationwide Survey of Family Physicians.  National Forum of Applied Educational Research Journal, Volume 18, Number 1, 2004-2005.

Doyle, J., Henke, M., & Renold, C. (2004).  Ageworks: The Evolution of Online Gerontology Education.  Accepted for publication in Academic Exchange Quarterly, Winter 2004.

Doyle, J. & Hogan-Garcia, M. (2003). A Theoretical Framework Supporting a Successful Online Human Services Course:  A Pilot Project. Under review, Human Services Education, NOHSE Journal).

Doyle, J. (2002) Student Retention in Online Human Services Courses: A Pilot Project.  American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Winter 2002.

Doyle, J. (2002). Case Management in a Community Setting.  Chapter segment in Corey, G., Corey, M., & Callanan, P., Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions, 6th Edition, Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole, p. 461-463.

Doyle, J. (2002). Groups for the Elderly chapter review in Groups: Process and Practice by Corey, M., & Corey, G. 6th Edition.

Doyle, J. (2002). Disabilities and Crisis Intervention. Chapter segment in Kanel, K., A guide to Crisis Intervention, Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

PUBLICATIONS: (Non Peer-Reviewed)

Doyle, J.  (2002). Educational Partnership: A Model of Engaged Scholarship. Council for Standards in Human Service Education Bulletin (CSHSE), November 2002, Vol. 21, 2-3.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:

Doyle, J. & Hogan-Garcia, M. (2003) ACA

Doyle, J. (2003) Service-Learning in an Online Gerontology Class: Cyberspace Meets  a Real Face.   Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.  29th Annual Meeting and Educational Leadership Conference. St. Petersburg, Florida.  March 6-9, 2003. 

Doyle, J. (2003) Technology in Human Services:  Preparing Practitioners for the 21st Century.  American Association of Behavioral Sciences Sixth Annual Meeting.  Las Vegas, NV. February 10-12, 2003.

Doyle, J. (2002) Distance Learning In Gerontology.  Regional Service Learning Institute.  CSUF, December 6, 2002.

Doyle, J. (2002) Technology in Human Service Organizations: An Analysis on Need and Opportunity, National Organization for Human Service Education (NOHSE).  Providence, RI, October 23-36, 2002

Doyle, J. & Hogan-Garcia, M. (2002). Cultural Diversity Competence and the empowerment of Youth and Families.  Florence Crittenton Roundtable, Anaheim CA, July.

Doyle, J. (2001-2). Distance Education: Current Trends and Recent Developments. Presentation and Panel Discussion at the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Fourth Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada. February.

Doyle, J. (2001) The Student is a Customer.  The National Distance Education and Educational Telecommunications Conference entitled “Tele learning 2001.”  Annual Conference 2001.  Costa Mesa, California. October.

Doyle, J. (2001). Distance Education: Current Trends and Recent Developments. Presentation and Panel Discussion at the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Fourth Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada. February.

Doyle, J.  (2001). Online Education in the Knowledge Economy: Graduate and Professional Programs for Practitioners. Presentation and Panel Discussion at the American Society of Aging Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, March.

Renold, C., Doyle, J. and Taylor, Y. (2001). Student Receptivity to Technology in Human Service Instruction. National Organization for Human Service Education: Annual Conference 2001. Indianapolis, Indiana. October.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS: (prior to CSUF)

Doyle, J. (1998) Teaching on the World Wide Web. Distance Learning Conference,  Coastline College, Fountain Valley, CA.

Doyle, J. (1996) Modern Technology in the Classroom. Community College Administrators Conference, Costa Mesa, CA

Doyle, J. (1995) The Transition from Traditional Classroom to CODEC and Cable TV.  - ISOD Conference, Austin, Texas

Doyle, J. (1993) Distance Learning on CODEC and Cable TV: A Faculty Perspective.  Spring Faculty Meeting,  Coastline Community College, Fountain Valley California.

Doyle, J. (1985) The Role of Ritual in Renegotiating Self Image in the Middle and Later Years - Dissertation

Doyle, J. (1979) Ritual and Transitions in the Later Years - National Endowment for the Humanities Lecture Series on Aging, University of Southern California

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