Name: Thea Schoeman
Location: D3 Lab 319 Auckland Park Kingsway Campus
Geography Environmental Management Energy Studies Staff Staff Members
Tel: +27 (0) 11 559 3226
About Dr Thea Schoeman
- Recycling behaviour
- Waste pickers
- Mapwork skills
- Environmental Management
- Schoeman, D.C. 2018: Training primary school teachers in map work: Lessons learned. Paper presented at the IAFOR International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA: 4-6 January 2018.
- Schoeman, D.C. & I.P. Morosele. 2018: Household recycling behaviour in Alexandra Township, Johannesburg, South Africa. Paper presented at the IAFOR International Conference on Sustainability, Energy and the Environment, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA: 4-6 January 2018.
- Schoeman, D.C. 2017: Formalising waste pickers in the City of Johannesburg, South Africa. Paper presented at AAG 2017 Annual Meeting, Boston, USA: 5-9 April 2017.
- Schoeman, D.C. & J. Schmidt. 2016: Household recycling behavior in the City of Johannesburg. Paper presented at SSAG Centennial Conference, 25-28 September 2016, Stellenbosch, South Africa.
- Schoeman, D.C. & J. Galela. 2015: Waste management and recycling: issues faced by the City of Johannesburg. Paper presented at IGU 2015 Regional Conference, Moscow, Russia: 17-21 Augustus 2015.
- Schoeman, D.C. & T. Mosime. 2014: Profiling waste pickers and determining their view on formalizing their roles. Paper presented at SSAG 2014 Conference, East London, South Africa.
- Schoeman, T. 2018: The spatial influence of apartheid on the South African city. Accepted for publication in The Geography Teacher.
- Schoeman, T. & S. Sanders. 2017: An investigation into educators’ training in Geographic Information System. International Journal of Learning and Teaching, 5(1).
- Schoeman, T. & J. Schmidt. 2016: An explorative study on household recycling behaviour in the City of Johannesburg. Proceedings of the Centenary Conference of the Society of South African Geographers: 25-28 September 2016, Stellenbosch. Conducted by the Society of South African Geographers. Stellenbosch: SunMedia.
- Schoeman, T. 2002: Sociopolitical aspects of establishing ecotourism in the QwaQwa National Park, South Africa. Current Issues in Tourism, 5(3):287-308. doi:10.1080/13683500208667925.