Ph.D. Deborah Lutz
Wissenschaftliche Koordinatorin

FORSCHUNGSSCHWERPUNKTE

  • Assistenzbeziehungen
  • Geistige Behinderung
  • Persönliche Assistenz
  • Inklusive und partizipative Forschungsmethoden
  • Methoden der qualitativen Sozialforschung
  • Forschungsethik

HOCHSCHULQUALIFIKATIONEN

2019 Doctor of Philosophy, Social Policy Research Centre/ University of New South Wales Sydney, Australien

Titel der Dissertation: The experiences of support work relationships within the ruling relations - An institutional ethnographic study on the relationships between personal budget holders with intellectual disabilities and their support workers in Germany and Australia

PhD Supervisors: Prof. Kelley Johnson, Prof. Karen Fisher

Alumni Profile: https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/our-people/dr-deborah-luise-lutz

2011 Master of Education (Schwerpunkt: außerschulische Sonderpädagogik), University of Sydney, Australien

2009 Bachelor of Arts (Sozialpädagogik), Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart


BERUFLICHER UND AKADEMISCHER WERDEGANG

Seit 11/19 Wissenschaftliche Koordinatorin des Projekts "Metavorhaben Qualifizierung der pädagogischen Fachkräfte für inklusive Bildung" am Institut für Sonderpädagogik der Goethe Universität Frankfurt

08/18 – 10/19 Wissenschaftliche Referentin im Fachbereich Sozialwesen am Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) der DHBW in Heilbronn

04/18 – 09/18 Lehrbeauftragte an der Fakultät Sozialwesen an der DHBW Stuttgart für das Fach Heilpädagogik/ Einführung in die Disability Studies

01/17 – 07/18 Sozialpädagogin, Wohnverbund Lebenshilfe Heidelberg e.V.

02/16 – 07/16 Lehrbeauftragte an der School of Social Sciences (SOSS), UNSW Australia für das Fach Qualitative Social Research

05/15 – 11/15 Wissenschaftliche Angestellte im Intellectual Disability and Behaviour Support Program (IDBS) an der SOSS, UNSW Australia

01/14 – 07/14, Sozialarbeiterin, Wohnverbund Lebenshilfe Heidelberg e.V.

09/13 – 01/14 Wissenschaftliche Angestellte am National Institute for Intellectual Disability, School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College, University of Dublin in Irland

04/12 – 08/13 Wissenschaftliche Angestellte am SPRC an der UNSW Australia

10/11 – 04/12 Case Managerin für Menschen mit Behinderung und deren Familien bei Uniting Care Disability in Sydney, Australien

06/10 – 10/12 Teamleitung von Persönlichen Assistenten*Innen bei Creativity Inc. (früher Eastern Respite and Recreation) in Sydney, Australien

01/10 – 06/10 Persönliche Assistentin für Menschen mit Behinderung bei Just Better Care in Sydney, Australien


PUBLIKATIONEN

Monografie

Lutz, D. (im Druck). Support work relationships. A study on the relationships between personal budget holders with intellectual disabilities and their support workers in Germany and Australia. Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer VS.

Thesis

Lutz, D. (2019). The experiences of support work relationships within the ruling relations. An institutional ethnographic study on the relationships between personal budget holders with intellectual disabilities and their support workers in Germany and Australia, Doctoral Thesis (embargoed thesis until 2021). Sydney, Australia: The University of New South Wales, verfügbar via: https://www.unsworks.unsw.edu.au/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=unsworks_60065&context=L&vid=UNSWORKS&lang=en_US&search_scope=unsworks_search_scope&adaptor=Local%20Search%20Engine&tab=default_tab&query=any,contains,ruling%20relations&offset=0

 

Internationale Forschungsartikel (peer-reviewed)

Fisher, K. R., Robinson, S., Gadow, F., Lutz, D., Healy, A., Strike, R. (in Bearbeitung). Policy impact of disability inclusive research through an inclusive citizenship lens. Journal of Social Policy.

Fisher, K.R., Purcal, C., Jones, A., Lutz, D., Robinson, S., Kayess, R. (2019). What place is there for shared housing with individualized disability support?, Disability and Rehabilitation, verfügbar via: https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2019.1615562

Lutz, D., Fisher, K.R. & Robinson, S. (2015). Sharing the focus: engaging with support workers to include people with communication needs in research, British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 44(2), 138-145, verfügbar via: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bld.12126/abstract

Fisher, K.R., Lutz, D., Gadow, F., Robinson, S. & Gendera, S. (2015). A transformative framework for deinstitutionalisation. Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2(1), 60-72, verfügbar via: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23297018.2015.1028089

Lutz, D. L. (2015). Friend or worker? Understanding relationships between people with intellectual disabilities and their support workers through Institutional Ethnography, Human Welfare, 4, 27-33, verfügbar via: https://humanwelfarejournal.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/lutz_2015_final-edited.pdf

 

Evaluationsberichte

Jones, A., Purcal, C., Meltzer. A., Lutz, D., Fisher, K.R., Robinson, S., Hill, T., Kayess, R. (2015), Supported Accommodation Evaluation Framework Individual Packages, SPRC Report 10/2015, for the NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing Disability and Home Care. Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia; verfügbar via: https://www.sprc.unsw.edu.au/media/SPRCFile/SAEF_Individual_Packages__Final.pdf

Purcal, C. Smedley, C., Jones, A., Meltzer, A., Lutz, D., Fisher, K.R., Robinson, S., Hill, T., Kayess, R. (2015), Supported Accommodation Evaluation Framework Drop-in Support, SPRC Report 11/2015, for the NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing Disability and Home Care. Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia; verfügbar via https://www.sprc.unsw.edu.au/media/SPRCFile/SAEF_Dropin_Support__Final.pdf

Purcal C., Fisher, K. R., Jones, A., Lutz, D., Meltzer, A., Hill, T., Robinson, S., Kayess, R., & Smedley, C. (2014). Supported Accommodation Evaluation Framework (SAEF) - Guide for service providers (SPRC Report 32/14). Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia; verfügbar via: http://www.adhc.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/file/0016/311245/Supported-Accommodation-Evaluation-Framework-Guide-for-service-providers.pdf

Purcal, C., Fisher, K. R., Jones, A., Lutz, D., Meltzer, A., Hill, T., Robinson, S., Kayess, R., & Smedley, C. (2014). Supported Accommodation Evaluation Framework (SAEF) - Summary Report (SPRC Report 31/14). Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Australia; verfügbar via: http://www.adhc.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/file/0017/311246/Supported-Accommodation-Evaluation-Framework-Summary-Report.pdf

Bates, S., Raven, M., Fisher, K.R., Kayess, R., Newton, B.J., Lutz, D. & Smedley, C. (2013). Services Our Way Research Plan, for the Department of Community Services, Ageing, Disability and Home Care, SPRC Report 20/13, Social Policy Research Centre, Sydney; verfügbar via: https://www.sprc.unsw.edu.au/media/SPRCFile/Services_Our_Way_evaluation_plan_FINAL.pdf

Fisher K.R, Gendera, S., Gadow, F., Lutz, D., Kayess, R., Meltzer, A. & Robinson, S. (2013). Specialist Supported Living Services – Post Implementation Review Summary Report, for NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing Disability and Home Care, SPRC Report 17/13, Social Policy Research Centre, Sydney; verfügbar via: https://www.sprc.unsw.edu.au/research/publications/sprc-report-series/

Vorträge

Lutz, D. (2019). Das Verstehen von „Assistenzbeziehungen“ durch Institutionelle Ethnographie in Deutschland und Australien. 41. Konferenz der Lehrenden der Geistigbehindertenpädagogik an wissenschaftlichen Hochschulen in deutschsprachigen Ländern (KLGH) in Erfurt, Deutschland.

Lutz, D. (2017). What can Institutional Ethnography offer? Learning about the connections between the lived experiences of support work relationships and disability policies. 14th NNDR Conference in Örebro, Schweden.

Lutz, D. (2017). Using participant observations to understand relationships between people with intellectual disabilities and their support workers: methodological insights and challenges. 14th NNDR Conference in Örebro, Schweden. 

Gadow, F. & Lutz, D. (2016). Prioritising the voices of people with intellectual disabilities in fieldwork. IASSID World Congress 2016. Melbourne, Australien.

Lutz, D. (2013). Privileging the voices of people with disabilities in the research process – practices supporting collaboration between researchers and direct support professionals. Direct Support Professionals Conference 2013. Sydney, Australien.


AUSZEICHNUNGEN

2015, Dean’s Award for Research Society Impact, ausgezeichnet von der UNSW Australia für das Forschungsprojekt Specialist Supported Living Services

2014, Auszeichung des Australian Postgraduate Awards (APA) und der Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences top-up scholarship (dreieinhalbjährige Finanzierung der Promotionsstudie)


EHRENAMTLICHE TÄTIGKEITEN

Seit 2019, diverse kommunal- und sozialpolitische Tätigkeiten in Heidelberg mit Schwerpunkt ‚Inklusion und Bildung für Menschen mit Behinderungen‘

Seit 2017, Referee (Gutachterin) für das Australian Journal of Social Issues

08/14 – 12/15, Mitglied des Higher Degree Research Committee (Fachschaft) in der Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW Australia

Seit 2006, diverse ehrenamtliche Tätigkeiten beim Badischen Judoverband

09/05 – 08/06, Freiwilliges Soziales Jahr (FSJ) an der Ludwig Guttmann Schule (ehemals Schule für Körperbehinderte) in Karlsbad-Langensteinbach

Seit 2002, diverse ehrenamtliche Tätigkeiten als pädagogische Assistentin für Menschen mit Behinderung bei der Lebenshilfe Heidelberg, Bruchsal und Wiesloch