Publications

References for books, chapters, articles and papers published by staff in the School.

Publications by year

2017


Book

Henrickson, M., & Fouché, C. (2017). Vulnerability and marginality in human services. Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge

Journal Articles

Ballantyne, N., Lowe, S., & Beddoe, L. (2017). To post or not to post? Perceptions of the use of a closed Facebook group as a networked public space. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 35(1), 20-37. doi:10.1080/15228835.2017.1277903

Beddoe, L. (2017). Harmful supervision: A commentary. The Clinical Supervisor, 36(1), 88-101. doi:10.1080/07325223.2017.1295894

Beddoe, L., & Joy, E. (2017). Questioning the uncritical acceptance of neuroscience in child and family policy and practice: A review of challenges to the current doxa. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 29(1), 65-76.

Booysen, P., & Staniforth, B. (2017). Counselling in social work: A legitimate role? Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 29(1), 16-27. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.11157/anzswj-vol29iss1id214

Bray, P. (2017). The hero-journey, Hamlet and positive psychological transformation. Journal of Humanistic Psychology (Online First) 1-31. DOI: 10.1177/0022167816689357

Chapman, C. M., Deane, K. L., Harre, N, Courtney, MGR, & Moore, J. (2017). Engagement and mentor support as drivers of social development in the Project K youth development program. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 46(3), 644-655. doi: 10.1007/s10964-017-0640-5

Chinnery, S. (2017). Maria Napoli: Tools for mindful living: Practicing the 4-step MAC guide. Kendall Hunt, Dubuque, IA, 2016, Mindfulness, 8(2), 525-526. doi:10.1007/s12671-016-0668-8

Chinnery, S.A. & Worrall, J. (2017). Rocking the cradle or the boat? Assessing grandparent partner relationships. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 98(2), 1-159. doi:10.1606/1044-3894.2017.98.21

Deane, K. L., Meissel, K., Moore, J., & Gillham, B. (2017). Positive youth development profiles of cross-age peer mentors. Applied Developmental Science, 1-15. doi:10.1080/10888691.2017.1295810

Espiner, D., & Hartnett, F. (2016). Tuning in to young people with intellectual disability: Respectful vocational services.  Research and Applied Practice in Developmental Disability.

Espiner, D., & Hartnett, F. (2017). A testament to courage and resilience. The SRV Journal, 11(2), 17-24.

McKenna, D., & Staniforth, B. (2017). Older people moving to residential care in Aotearoa New Zealand: Considerations for social work at practice and policy levels. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 29(1), 28-40. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.11157/anzswj-vol29iss1id215

Michell, D., Beddoe, L., Fraser, H., & Jarldorn, M. (2017). Solidarity and support: Feminist memory work focus groups with working-class women studying social science degrees in Australia. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 30(2), 175-189. doi:10.1080/09518398.2016.1242804

Nurius, P. S., Kemp, S. P., Köngeter, S., & Gehlert, S. (2017). Next generation social work research education: fostering transdisciplinary readiness. European Journal of Social Work, 1-14. doi:10.1080/13691457.2017.1320530

Rankine, M., Beddoe, L., O’Brien, M., & Fouché, C. (2017). What’s your agenda? Reflective supervision in community-based child welfare services. European Journal of Social Work, 1-13. doi:10.1080/13691457.2017.1326376

Weir, A., & Fouché, C. (2017). Community-based dementia day programmes: Common elements and outcome measures. Dementia, 16(3), 297-314. doi:10.1177/1471301215590504

Chapters

Beddoe, L. (2017). Field, capital and professional identity: Social work in health care. In S. Webb (Ed.), Professional identity in social work (pp. 122-135). Oxon UK: Routledge.

Beddoe, L., & Cree, V. E. (2017). The risk paradigm and the media in child protection In M. Connolly (Ed.), Beyond the risk paradigm in child protection. (pp.14-28) London: Macmillan

Karvinen-Niinikoski, S., Beddoe, L., Ruch, G., & Tsui, M. s. (2017). Professional supervision and professional autonomy. In B. Blom, L. Evertsson, & M. Perlinski (Eds.), Social and caring professions in European welfare states (pp. 53-66). Bristol: Policy Press.

2016


Books

  • Beddoe, L. & Davys, A. (2016). Challenges in professional supervision: Current themes and models for practice. London: Jessica Kingsley.
  • Li, W., Cummings, S., Ponnuswami, I., & Park, H.-J. (2016). Mental Health and Older People: Global Perspectives. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers
  • Maidment, J., & Beddoe, L. (Eds.). (2016). Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand:  Diverse perspectives.  Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.

Journal articles

  • Adamson, C.A. & Darroch, J. (2016). When Ida came to class. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 18(2), 39-51.
  • Appleton, C., Rankine, M., & Hare, J. (2016). Research pods: Breaking down barriers, demystifying research for social work students and practitioners in the practice setting. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education. 18(2), 107-122
  • Beddoe, L. (2016). Supervision in social work in Aotearoa New Zealand: Challenges in changing contexts. The Clinical Supervisor, 35(2), 156-174. doi:10.1080/07325223.2016.1217497
  • Beddoe, L., & Keddell, E. (2016). Informed outrage: Tackling shame and stigma in poverty education in social work. Ethics and Social Welfare, 10(2), 149-162. doi:10.1080/17496535.2016.1159775
  • Bingham, T., Wirjapranata, J. & Chinnery, S. A. (2016). Merging information literacy and evidence-based practice for social work students. New Library World, 117(3), 201-213. doi:10.1108/NLW-09-2015-0067
  • Bray, P. (2016). Mental health therapists consider the relevance of spirituality in their work with addiction and trauma. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 36(1), 21-46.
  • Chiang, S. Y., Fleming, T., Lucassen, M., Fenaughty, J., Clark, T., & Denny, S. (2016). Mental health status of double minority adolescents: Findings from National Cross-Sectional Health Surveys. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 1-12. DOI is 10.1007/s10903-016-0530-z
  • Chinnery, S.-A. (2016). Social work’s fingerprint on the evolution of attachment theory: Some essential knowledge for care practice. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(3), 79-90. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss3id216
  • Darroch, J., & Adamson, C. (2016). Companion animals and disasters: The role of human services organisations. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(4), 100-108. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss4id189
  • Davys, A. M., O'Connell, M., May, J., & Burns, B. (2016). Evaluation of professional supervision in Aotearoa/New Zealand: An interprofessional study. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. Online access. doi:10.1111/inm.12254
  • de Haan, I. (2016). Supporting transition to parenthood in Aotearoa New Zealand. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(3), 4-14. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss3id243
  • Deane, K. L., & Harré, N. (2016). Developing a thoughtful approach to evaluation: Values-driven guidelines for novice evaluators. Evaluation Matters—He Take Tō Te Aromatawai, 2, 53-78. doi:10.18296/em.0011
  • Deane, K. L., Harré, N., Moore, J., & Courtney, M. G. (2016). The impact of the Project K youth development program on self-efficacy: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1-22. doi:10.1007/s10964-016-0463-9
  • Dobson, R., Whittaker, R., Jiang, Y., Shepherd, M., Maddison, R., Carter, K., ... & Murphy, R. (2016). Text message-based diabetes self-management support (SMS4BG): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 17(1), 1.
  • Espiner, D., & Hartnett, F. (2016). Innovation and graphic facilitation. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(4), 44-53. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss4id298
  • Fouché, C., & Bartley, A. (2016). Teaching data analysis to the data-averse: A framework for educators. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 1-14. doi:10.1080/08841233.2016.1125231
  • Fouché, C.B. & Chubb, L.A. (2016), Action researchers encountering ethical review: a literature synthesis on challenges and strategies. Educational Action Research, doi: 10.1080/09650792.2015.1128956
  • Fraser, H., Michell, D., Beddoe, L., & Jarldorn, M. (2016). Working-class women study social science degrees: Remembering enablers and detractors. Higher Education Research & Development, 1-14. doi:10.1080/07294360.2015.1137885
  • Harington, P. (2016). Constructs of professionalism in civic practice: Asking practitioners at the front line. New Zealand Sociology, 31(7), 68-93.
  • Harington, P. (2016). Sociology and social work in New Zealand. New Zealand Sociology 31(3), 110-145.
  • Haultain, L., Fouché, C., Frost, H., & Moodley, S. (2016). Walking the tight rope: Women’s health social workers’ role with vulnerable families in the maternity context. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(2), 64-74. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss2id225
  • Hyslop, I. (2016). Neoliberalism and social work identity. European Journal of Social Work, 1-12. doi:10.1080/13691457.2016.1255927
  • Hyslop, I. (2016). Social work in the teeth of a gale: A resilient counter-discourse in neoliberal times. Critical and Radical Social Work. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/204986016X14519919041316
  • Hyslop, I. K. (2016). Where to social work in a brave new neoliberal Aotearoa? Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(1), 5-12. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss1id111
  • Keddell, E., Stanfield, D., & Hyslop, I. (2016). Editorial: The social work voice – Doxa and dissent in neoliberal times. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(2), 1-6. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss2id218
  • Maidment, J., Hyslop, I., & Crichton-Hill, Y. (2016). Creativity and innovation in social work. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(4), 1-4. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss4id289
  • Marlowe, J. M., Bartley, A., & Collins, F. (2016). Digital belongings: The intersections of social cohesion, connectivity and digital media. Ethnicities, 1-18. doi:10.1177/1468796816654174
  • O'Brien, M. (2016). The triplets: Investment in outcomes for the vulnerable – Reshaping social services for (some) New Zealand children. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(2), 9-21. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss2id220
  • O’Brien, M. (2016). New Zealand. In M. Odekon, (ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of World Poverty. (pp.1146-1149). Thousand Oaks, United States: Sage.   doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483345727.n606
  • Park, H.-J., & Kim, C. G. (2016). Bystander attitudes toward parents? The perceived meaning of filial piety among Koreans in Australia, New Zealand and Korea. Australasian Journal on Ageing, published online, E25-E29. DOI: 10.1111/ajag.12223.
  • Park, H.-J., & Lee, B. J. (2016). The role of social work for foreign residents in an epidemic: The MERS crisis in the Republic of Korea. Social Work in Public Health, published online, DOI:10.1080/19371918.2016.1160352.
  • Park, H.-J., & Park, Y. S. (2016). Filial piety and human rights: A critical perspective on their naturality [in Korean]. Journal of Korean Hyo [filial piety] Studies, 23 (2), 21-50.
  • Sampson, J., Marlowe, J., de Haan, I., & Bartley, A. (2016). Resettlement journeys: A pathway to success? An analysis of the experiences of young people from refugee backgrounds in Aotearoa New Zealand's education system. New Zealand Sociology, 31(1), 31.
  • Stanfield, D., & Beddoe, L. (2016). Social work and social media in Aotearoa New Zealand: Educating social workers across shifting boundaries of social work identity. Social Work Education, 1-13. doi:10.1080/02615479.2016.1154663
  • Staniforth, B. & Petro Booysen, P. (2016). Counselling training in social work in Aotearoa New Zealand. Are we there yet? (2016). Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 18(2), 24-38.
  • Staniforth, B., Deane, K. L., & Beddoe, L. (2016). Comparing public perceptions of social work and social workers’ expectations of the public view.  Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(1), 13-24. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss1id112
  • Stasiak, K., Fleming, T., Lucassen, M. F., Shepherd, M. J., Whittaker, R., & Merry, S. N. (2016). Computer-Based and Online Therapy for Depression and Anxiety in Children and Adolescents. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 26(3), 235-245.
  • Thompson, A. (2016). Hippocrates and the smart phone: The evolving parent and doctor relationship. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 52(4), 366-369. doi:10.1111/jpc.13170
  • Thorburn, N., & de Haan, I. (2016). Connecting through chaos: Escape behaviour among sex-working adolescents in Aotearoa New Zealand. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 1-9. doi:10.1080/1177083x.2016.1188133
  • Tolich, M., & Marlowe, J. (2016). Evolving power dynamics in an unconventional, powerless ethics committee. Research Ethics. doi:10.1177/1747016116657015
  • Tsuruda, S & Shepherd, M. (2016). Reflective practice: Building a culturally responsive pedagogical framework to facilitate safe bicultural learning. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 18(1), 23-38. [Editors’ Choice]
  • Walls, A., Deane, K. L., & Connor, P. J. (2016). ‘Looking for the blue, the yellow, all the colours of the rainbow’: The value of participatory arts for young people in social work practice. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(4), 67-79. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss4id206
  • Webster, M. (2016). Challenging workplace bullying: The role of social work leadership integrity. Ethics and Social Welfare, 1-17. doi:10.1080/17496535.2016.1155633
  • Webster, M., & McNabb, D. (2016). New public management and information communication technology: Organisational influences on frontline child protection practice. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 28(2), 51-63. doi:10.11157/anzswj-vol28iss2id224

Chapters

  • Bartley, A. (2016).Law and policy. In J. Maidment  & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for Social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse perspectives (pp. 34-47). Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.
  • Beddoe, L. (2016). Social policy, moral panics and the media. In J. Maidment & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse Perspectives. (pp.63-78) Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.
  • Beddoe, L., & Adamson, C. (2016). Educating resilient practitioners In I. Taylor, M. Bogo, M. Lefevre & B. Teater (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Social Work Education (pp. 343-354). London: Routledge
  • Bray, P. (2016). Beginning counsellors’ performances of self to client audiences. In A. M. Ocana, (Ed.), Clashing wor(l)ds: From international to intrapersonal conflict (pp.146-156). Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN 978-1-84888-364-2
  • Bray, P. (2016). Discussing trauma, addiction and spirituality. In K. O’Donnel, (Ed.), Ruptured voices: Trauma and recovery. (pp.137-152). Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN: 978-1-84888-372-7
  • Bray, P. (2016). Trauma and growth: The psychology of self-actualisation and positive post-traumatic processes. In D. Schaub and E. McInnes (Eds.), Trauma and meaning making (pp. 237-271?). Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN 978-1-84888-455-7
  • Cummings, S., Ponnuswami, I. Li, W., & Park, H.-J. (2016). Conclusion: Ageing and mental health in the global community. In W. Li, S. Cummings, I. Ponnuswami, & H.-J. Park (Eds.), Mental Health and Older People: Global Perspectives (197-208). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
  • De Haan, I. (2016). Steps in the right direction: Policy and practice responses to family violence. In J. Maidment & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse perspectives (pp. 194-207). Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press
  •  Deane, K., & Shepherd, M. (2016). Social policy and young people in Aotearoa New Zealand: Statistics, strategies and services. In J. Maidment & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse perspectives (pp. 208-222). Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.
  • Fenaughty, J.,  & Pega, F. (2016).  Life beyond marriage equality: Enduring social policy concerns for gender and sexually diverse New Zealanders. In J. Maidment & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse perspectives (pp. 223-236). Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.
  • Maidment, J., & Beddoe, L. (2016). Introduction: Social policy, social work and social change. In J. Maidment & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse perspectives (pp. 21-33). Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.
  • Marlowe, J., & Humpage, L. (2016). Policy responses to refugees in Aotearoa New Zealand: A rights-based analysis. In J. Maidment & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse perspectives (pp. 150-163). Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.
  • O’Brien, M. (2016). Child poverty: The politics, the problem, the advocacy. In J, Maidment & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Social policy for social work and human services in Aotearoa New Zealand: Diverse perspectives (pp. 288-301). Christchurch, New Zealand: Canterbury University Press.
  • Park, H.-J. & Adamson, C.E. (2016). Ageing and mental health in diversity: A New Zealand experience, Chapter 5 in W. Li, S. Cummings, I. Ponnuswami & H.J. Park (Eds), Mental Health and Older People: Global Perspectives. (pp 67-79). New York, Nova Science Publishers, Inc.,
  • Park, H.-J., Li, W., Cummings, S., & Ponnuswami, I. (2016). Introduction: Mental health in an ageing world. In W. Li, S. Cummings, I. Ponnuswami, & H.-J. Park (Eds.), Mental Health and Older People: Global Perspectives (pp. 1-10). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
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2015


Books

  • Beddoe, L., & Maidment, J. (Eds.) (2015). Supervision in social work: Contemporary issues. London: Routledge
  • Bray, P.  & McLean, L. (Eds.) (2015). At the crossroads of crisis and opportunity: Interdisciplinary conversations. Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • Bray, P., & Borlescu, A.M. (Eds.) (2015). Beyond Present Patient Realities: Collaboration, Care and Identity. Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN 978-1-84888-408-3
  • Espiner, D., & Guild, D. (2015). Rolling with resilience: Building family strengths. Lennox, SD: Starr Commonwealth, Circle of Courage Publications.
  • Fouché, C. B. (2015). Practice research partnerships in social work: Making a difference. Bristol: Policy Press

Journal articles

  • Beddoe, L. (2015). Supervision and developing the profession: One supervision or many? China Journal of Social Work, 8(2), 150-163. doi:10.1080/17525098.2015.1039173
  • Beddoe, L., Karvinen-Niinikoski, S., Ruch, G., & Tsui, M.-s. (2015). Towards an international consensus on a research agenda for social work supervision: Report on the first survey of a Delphi study. British Journal of Social Work. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcv110
  • Bogen, R., & Marlowe, J. (2015). Asylum discourse in New Zealand: Moral panic and a culture of indifference. Australian Social Work, 1-12. doi:10.1080/0312407x.2015.1076869
  • Chacko, E. E., Wright, W. M., Worrall, R. C., Adamson, C., & Cheung, G. (2015). Reactions to driving cessation: a qualitative study of people with dementia and their families. Australasian Psychiatry: bulletin of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. doi:10.1177/1039856215591326
  • Davys, A. M., & Beddoe, L. (2015). ‘Going live’: A negotiated collaborative model for live observation of practice. Practice, 27(3), 177-196. 10.1080/09503153.2015.1032234
  • Davys, A. M., & Beddoe, L. (2015). ‘Going Live’: An exploration of models of peer, supervisor observation and observation for assessment. Practice, 1-18. 10.1080/09503153.2015.1053857
  • Döbl, S., Huggard, P., & Beddoe, L. (2015). A hidden jewel: social work in primary health care practice in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Primary Health Care, 7(4), 333-338.
  • Espiner, D.A., & Hartnett, F.M. (2015). Confinement, community, citizenship. Social Work and Social Sciences Review 17(3), 122-136. DOI: 10.1921/13403170310
  • Fleming, T., Lucassen, M., Stasiak, K., Shepherd, M., & Merry, S. (2015). The impact and utility of computerised therapy for educationally alienated teenagers: The views of adolescents who participated in an alternative education‐based trial. Clinical Psychologist. DOI: 10.1111/cp.12052
  • Fouché, C., Beddoe, L., Bartley, A., & Parkes, E. (2015). Are we ready for them? Overseas-qualified social workers' professional cultural transition. European Journal of Social Work, 1-14. doi:10.1080/13691457.2015.1022858
  • Jarldorn, M., Beddoe, L., Fraser, H., & Michell, D. (2015). Planting a seed: encouraging service users towards educational goals. Social Work Education, 34(8), 921-935. doi:10.1080/02615479.2015.1098607
  • Kang, W-M., Harington, P., & Park, H.-J. (2015). Double empowerment: The role of the Korean community in empowering Korean older people in New Zealand. Journal of Social Work, 15(4), 371–389. DOI:10.1177/1468017314546446
  • Lucassen, M. F., Hatcher, S., Fleming, T. M., Stasiak, K., Shepherd, M. J., & Merry, S. N. (2015). A qualitative study of sexual minority young people’s experiences of computerised therapy for depression. Australasian Psychiatry, 1039856215579542.
  • Mahony, C., Marlowe, J., Humpage, L. & Baird, N. (2015) Aspirational yet precarious: Compliance of New Zealand refugee settlement policy with international obligations, International Journal of Border and Migration Studies. [no doi]
  • Marlowe, J & Bogen, R. (2015) Young people from refugee backgrounds as a resource for disaster risk reduction, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. Doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2015.06.013
  • Marlowe, J. (2015). South Sudan and Poverty. In Odekon, M (ed) The SAGE Encyclopedia of World Poverty.
  • Marlowe, J. & Tolich, M. (2015) Shifting from research governance to research ethics: A novel paradigm for ethical review in community based research, Research Ethics, doi: 10.1177/1747016115579536
  • Park, H-J. (2015). Infusing gerontological content into social work education in New Zealand and Korea    Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education. 17(1), 25-38
  • Park, H.-J. (2015). Ageing in anomie: Later-life migration and its implications for anti-anomic social work practice. International Social Work. n/a-n/a. DOI: 10.1177/0020872815574129.
  • Park, H.-J. (2015). Legislating for filial piety: An indirect approach to promoting family support and responsibility for older people in Korea. Journal of Aging & Social Policy. 27(3), 280-293. DOI:10.1080/08959420.2015.1024536.
  • Park, H.-J. (2015). Lessons from filial piety: Do we need ‘memorial social work’ for the dead and their families? Qualitative Social Work. doi:10.1177/1473325015616289
  • Pockett, R., & Beddoe, L. (2015). Social work in health care: An international perspective. International Social Work. doi:10.1177/0020872814562479
  • Rankine, M., & Thompson, A. (2015). ‘Swimming to shore’: Co-constructing supervision with a thinking-aloud process. Reflective Practice, 1-14. doi:10.1080/14623943.2015.1064377
  • Ronoh, S., Gaillard, J. C., & Marlowe, J. (2015). Children with disabilities and disaster preparedness: a case study of Christchurch. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 10(2), 91-102. doi:10.1080/1177083x.2015.1068185
  • Ronoh, S., Gaillard, J. C., & Marlowe, J. (2015). Children with disabilities and disaster risk reduction: A Review. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 1-11. doi:10.1007/s13753-015-0042-9
  • Shepherd, M., Fleming, T., Lucassen, M., Stasiak, K., Lambie, I., & Merry, S. N. (2015). The design and relevance of a computerized gamified depression therapy program for indigenous Māori adolescents. JMIR Serious Games, 3 (1) DOI: 10.2196/games.3804
  • Staniforth, B. L. (2015). Tiromoana and Taranaki House: A tale of their times. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Review, 27(1-2), 5-23.
  • Thorburn, N. J., & de Haan, I. (2015). Children and survival sex: A social work agenda. Aotearoa Social Work Review, 26(4), 14-21. 
  • Webster, M. (2015). Online continuing professional development: Key factors for successful engagement. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education. 17(1),68-82
  • Webster, M., McNabb, D., & Darroch, J. (2015). Advancing social work professionalism: Standards for management and leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 27(3), 44-56.
  • Weir, A. & Fouché, C. (2015). Community-based dementia day programmes: Common elements and outcome measures. Dementia.   DOI: 10.1177/1471301215590504
  • Wilson, D., Smith, R., Tolmie, J., & de Haan, I. (2015). Becoming better helpers: Rethinking language to move beyond simplistic responses to women experiencing intimate partner violence.  Policy Quarterly, 11(1), 25-31.
  • Yao, E.S.W., Deane, K. L. & Bullen, P. (2015). Trends and transitions from secondary school: Insights from a boarding school for disadvantaged New Zealand youth. Journal of Youth Studies, 18(10), 1347-1365. doi: 10.1080/13676261.2015.1048202

Chapters

 

  • Adamson, C. (2015). Best practice in responding to critical incidents and potentially traumatic experience within an organisational setting. In M. Pack, J. Cargill (Eds.) Evidence discovery and assessment in social work practice (pp. 302-323). Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: Information Science Reference.
  • Adamson, C. E. (2015). Supervision is not politically innocent. Chapter 2 in E. Beddoe & J. Maidment, Supervision in Social Work: Contemporary Issues, pp. 10-21. Abingdon, U.K., Routledge.
  • Appleton, C.M. & Adamson C.E. (2015). The Concept of Integrity in Relation to Failing and Marginal Students,  in A. Bellinger & D. Ford (Eds),  Doing Field education, (pp 181-201).Bristol, UK: Policy Press.
  • Beddoe , L. (2015). Making a moral panic - ‘Feral families’, family violence and welfare reforms in New Zealand: Doing the work of the state?  In V. E. Cree (Ed.), Moral panics in theory and Practice: Gender and Family (pp. 31-42). Bristol: Policy Press.
  • Beddoe , L. (2015). Social work using information and communication technology. In J. Maidment & R. Egan (Eds.), Practice skills in social work and welfare: More than just common sense (pp. 51-67). Crows Nest NSW: Allen & Unwin
  • Beddoe, L. (2015). Professional development. In: J. Wright (editor-in-chief), International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences, (2nd ed.), (Vol.19, pp. 89-94). Oxford, England: Elsevier.
  • Beddoe, L. Social work supervision for changing contexts (2015) .In L. Beddoe & J. Maidment (Eds.), Supervision in social work (pp. 82-95). London: Routledge.
  • Beddoe, L., & Harington, P. (2015). Social work Aotearoa New Zealand: Social policy, risk and professionalisation. In G. Palattiyil, D. Sidhva & M. Chakrabarti (Eds.), Social Work in a Global Context: Issues and Challenges (pp. 27-38). London: Routledge
  • Beddoe, L., & Maidment, J. (2015). Current challenges in supervision in social work. In L. Beddoe & J. Maidment (Eds.), Supervision in social work (pp. 1-9). London: Routledge.
  • Bray, P. (2015). Post-crises opportunities: A personal account of bereavement and growth. In P. Bray, & L. McLean, (Eds.), At the crossroads of crisis and opportunity: Interdisciplinary conversations. (pp. 3-34). Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • Bray, P. (2015). The prince is the patient: A Shakespearean tragic-fantasy of total institutional care. In P. Bray, & A. Borlescu, (Eds.), Beyond present patient realities: Collaboration, care and identity. (pp. 3-34). Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • Davys, A., & Beddoe, L. (2015). Interprofessional supervision: Opportunities and challenges. In L. Bostock (Ed.), Interprofessional Staff Supervision in Adult Health and Social Care Services (Vol. 1, pp. 37-41). Brighton, England: Pavilion Publishing
  • Marlowe, J. (2015) ‘Stress and Migration’.  In Stone, J., Rutledge, D., Rizova, P., Smith, A & Hou, X. (eds) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism. Chichester.
  • O’Brien, M. (2015). Child poverty policy in Hayward, J. (ed.) New Zealand Government and Politics. (6th ed). (pp.472-481). Melbourne: Oxford University Press
  • O’Brien, M. (2015). Inclusion, citizenship, poverty and welfare reform: The New Zealand experience in Hasmath, R. (ed.) Inclusive Growth, Development and Welfare Policy. A Critical Assessment. (pp.195-210). New York: Routledge.
  • Staniforth, B. L. (2015). Communication Skills in Social Work. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences. (Vol. 4, 2nd ed., pp. 284-290). Oxford, England: Elsevier. doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-097086-8.28119-1

 

 

Creative works

  • Espiner, D.A., Hartnett, F.M., & de Vos Sanchez, M. (2015).  Alison: 50 years under the system. Video: Borderless Productions
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2014


Books

  • Beddoe, L., & Maidment, J. (Eds.). (2014). Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues. London, England: Routledge.
  • Bray, P., & Casal, T. (Eds.) (2014). Beyond diagnosis: Relating the person to the patient – the patient to the person. Oxford, England: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN 978-1-84888-314-7
  • Duke, J., Henrickson, M., & Beddoe, L. (Eds.). (2014). Protecting the Public – Enhancing the Profession. E tiaki ana i te Hapori –E manaaki ana i nga mahi. Conference proceedings. Wellington: Social Workers Registration Board.

Articles

  • Adamson, C. (2014).  Editorial. Guest editorial.   Disaster Curriculum. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education. 16(2), 5-6 
  • Adamson, C. (2014). Social work lens for a disaster-informed curriculum. Advances in Social Work and Welfare. 16(2), 7 -22 
  • Beddoe, L. (2014). Feral families, troubled families: The spectre of the underclass in New Zealand. New Zealand Sociology. 29(3), 51-68 2014
  • Beddoe, L. (2014). A matter of degrees: The role of education in the professionalisation journey of social work in New Zealand. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 26(2/3), 17-28.
  • Beddoe, L. (2013). ‘A profession of faith’ or a profession? Social work, knowledge and professional capital. New Zealand Sociology, 28(2), 44-63.
  • Beddoe, L., Davys, A. M., & Adamson, C. (2014). ‘Never trust anybody who says “I don’t need supervision”’: Practitioners’ beliefs about social worker resilience. Practice, 26(2), 113.
  • Beddoe, L., & Duke, J. (2013). Continuing professional development of registered social workers in New Zealand. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 25(3), 35-49.
  • Beddoe, L., & Fouché, C. B. (2014). ‘Kiwis on the Move’: New Zealand Social Workers' Experience of Practising Abroad. British Journal of Social Work, 44(suppl 1), i193-i208. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcu049
  • Connolly, M., de Haan, I., & Crawford, J. (2014). Focus on stability: A cohort of young children in statutory care in Aotearoa New Zealand. International Social Work. doi:10.1177/0020872814554855
  • Dare, T. Vaithianathan, R. & de Haan, I. (2014). Addressing child maltreatment in New Zealand: Is poverty reduction enough? Educational Philosophy and Theory, 46(9), 989-994.
  • Deane, K. L. & Harre, N. (2014). Program theory-driven evaluation science in a youth development context. Evaluation & Program Planning, 45, 61-70. doi:10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2014.03.009.
  • De Haan, I., & Connolly, M. (2014).  Another Pandora's box? Some pros and cons of predictive risk modeling. Children and Youth Services Review, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2014.07.016.
  • Fouché, C., Kenealy, T., Mace, J., & Shaw, J. (2014). Practitioner perspectives from seven health professional groups on core competencies in the context of chronic care. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-7. doi:10.3109/13561820.2014.915514.
  • Guild, D., & Espiner, D. (2014). Strengthening resilience in families. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 22 (4), 38-41.
  • Harris, A., Marlowe, J., & Nyuon, N. (2014). Rejecting Ahmed’s ‘melancholy migrant’: South Sudanese Australians in higher education. Studies in Higher Education, 1-13. 10.1080/03075079.2014.881346.
  • Henrickson, M.; Fouche, C.; Poindexter, C.C.; Brown, D.B. & Scott, K.(2014). Host country responses to Black African migrants and refugees living with HIVAotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 26(4), 25-36.
  • Henrickson, M., Brown, D. B., Fouché, C., Poindexter, C. C., & Scott, K. (2013). “Just talking about it opens your heart”: Meaning-making by Black African migrants and refugees living with HIV. Culture, Health & Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care. doi:10.1080/13691058.2013.790076.
  • Howard, F., Beddoe, L., & Mowjood, A. (2013). Interprofessional supervision in social work and psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 25(4), 25-40.
  • Hyslop, I. (2013). The 'White paper for vulnerable children' and the 'Munro review of child protection in England': A comparative critique. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 25(4), 4-14.
  • Kang, W., Harington, P., & Park, H. (2014). Double empowerment: The role of the Korean community in empowering Korean older people in New Zealand. Journal of Social Work. doi:10.1177/1468017314546446.
  • Marlowe, J. M., & Elliott, S. (2014). Global trends and refugee settlement in New Zealand. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online9 (2), 43-49. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2014.953186
  • Marlowe, J. M., Bartley, A., & Hibtit, A. (2014). The New Zealand Refugee Resettlement Strategy: Implications for identity, acculturation and civic participation. Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 1-10. doi:10.1080/1177083x.2014.934847.
  • Marlowe, J.M. (2014).  A social justice lens to examine refugee populations affected by disasters. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education. 16(2), 46-59.
  • Marlowe, J. M., Appleton, C., Chinnery, S.-A., & Van Stratum, S. (2014). The integration of personal and professional selves: Developing students' critical awareness in social work practice. Social Work Education, 1-14. doi:10.1080/02615479.2014.949230.
  • Marlowe, J. M., Lou, L., Osman, M., & Alam, Z. Z. (2014). Conducting post-disaster research with refugee background peer researchers and their communities. Qualitative Social Work. doi:10.1177/1473325014547252.
  • Marlowe, J. (2013). Resettled refugee perspectives to the Canterbury earthquakes. Disaster Prevention and Management, 22(5), 434-444.
  • Mutch, C., & Marlowe, J. (2013). The importance of people’s stories in disaster contexts. Disaster Prevention and Management, 22(5), 385-394.
  • O’Brien, M. (2014). The world we're in: Social work now and then. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 26(2/3), 7-16.
  • Park, H. (2014). Living with ‘Hwa-byung’: The psycho-social impact of elder mistreatment on the health and well-being of older people. Aging and Mental Health, 18(1), 125-128. DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2013.814103.
  • Park, Y-S., & Park, H. (2014). Conceptualizing HYO [filial piety] welfare and its implications for social policy for older people. Journal of Korean Hyo [filial piety] Studies, 19. 89-114.
  • Park, H.-J., & Kang, W.-M. (2014). Social participation and transnational engagement among Korean residents in New Zealand: Issues and implications for social work practice. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 1-10. doi: 10.1080/02185385.2014.925818.
  • Stanfield, D., & Beddoe, L. (2013). Social work and the media: A collaborative challenge. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 25(4), 41-51.
  • Staniforth, B., Fouché, C. B., & Beddoe, L. (2014). Public perception of social work and social workers in New Zealand. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 26(2/3), 48-60.
  • Thorburn, N. and de Haan, I. (2014). Children and survival sex: A social work agenda; Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 26, (4), 14-21.
  • Webster, M. (2013). Online learning: How a course for frontline managers became a virtual community of practice. Advances in Social Work & Welfare Education, 15(2), 7-25. (Editor’s choice)

Chapters

  • Appleton, C., Rankine, M., & Hare, J. (2014). An appreciative inquiry into cultivating ‘fit and proper’ social work students. In J. Duke, M. Henrickson & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Protecting the Public –Enhancing the Profession .E tiaki ana i te Hapori –E manaaki ana i nga mahi (pp. 130-141). Wellington Social Workers Registration Board.
  • Adamson, C. (2014). Stress, resilience and responding to civil defence emergencies and natural disasters: An ecological approach.  In L. Beddoe, & J. Maidment (Eds.), Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues (pp. 63-75). London, England: Routledge.
  • Beddoe , L., & Maidment, J. (2014). Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing. In L. Beddoe  & J. Maidment (Eds.), Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues (pp. 1-11). London, England: Routledge.
  • Beddoe, L. (2014). Risk and vulnerability discourses in health. In L. Beddoe, & J. Maidment (Eds.), Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues (pp. 51-62). London, England: Routledge.
  • Fouché, C. (2014). Partnering in the field of chronic care service provision. In L. Beddoe, & J. Maidment (Eds.), Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues (pp. 218-229). London, England: Routledge.
  • Marlowe, J. (2013). South Sudanese resettlement: Acculturation strategies and social capital. In J. Marlowe, T. Lyons, & A. Harris (Eds.), Sudanese diaspora in Australia and New Zealand: Reconciling the past with the present (pp. 101-115). Newcastle on Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Marlowe, J. (2014). Refugee resettlement: Considerations of health and well-being. In L. Beddoe, & J. Maidment (Eds.), Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues (pp. 194-205). London, England: Routledge.
  • O'Brien, M. A., & St John, S. (2014). Adequate income to address child poverty. C. Dale, In M. A. O'Brien,, & S. St John, (Eds.), Our  Children Our Choice: Priorities for policy (101-127). Auckland. Child Poverty Action Group.
  • O'Brien, M. A. (2014). Privatizing the Right to Food: Aotearoa/New Zealand. G. Riches, (Ed.), First World Hunger Revisited. Food Charity or the Right to Food? (102-116). Basingstoke. Palgrave Macmillan. 
  • O’Brien, M. (2013). ‘Voluntary Activities’: Reflections on economic and social context. In F. Te Momo, L. George, & T. Brown-Pulu (Eds.), Mana Ngakau: Community compassion - Maori and Pacific ‘volunteer’ work (pp. 9-22). Auckland, New Zealand: Massey University.
  • O’Brien, M., & Choi, C. (2013). Reshaping Aotearoa/New Zealand’s social services: Some reflections and implications. In M. East, & S. May (Eds.), Making a difference in education and social policy  (pp.31-49). Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson.
  • Park, H. (2014). Ageing in resiliency: Learning from the experiences and perceptions of migrant older adults (Chapter 16). In L. Beddoe, & J. Maidment (Eds.), Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues (pp. 183-193). London, England: Routledge.
  • Passells, V. (2013). Pacific heritage specific conceptual frameworks and family violence preventative training in Aotearoa New Zealand. In K. A. Larsen, V. Sewpaul, & G. O. Hole (Eds.), Participation in community work: International perspectives (pp. 188-203). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Pockett, R., & Beddoe, L .(2014) Social work in health care: An international perspective In B. Blom, A. Lalos, S. Morén & M. Olsson (Eds.), Socialt arbete I hälso-och sjukvård. Villkor, innehåll och utmaningar  (Social work in health care: Conditions, content and challenges) (pp.216-232).Stockholm: Natur & Kultur.
  • Staniforth, B. & Noble, C., (2014). Social work education in Aotearoa/New Zealand and Australia. In. C. Noble, H. Strauss and B. Littlechild. Global social work. Crossing borders, blurring boundaries (pp. 171-184). Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Thompson, A., & Adamson, C. (2014). Collaborative practice and family meetings in children’s health. In L. Beddoe, & J. Maidment (Eds.), Social work practice for promoting health and wellbeing: Critical issues (pp. 159-170). London, England: Routledge.
  • Webster, M. (2013). Complexity approach to frontline social work management: Constructing an emergent team leadership design for a managerialist world. The situation in 2013. In J. Lawler & T. Hafford-Letchfield (Eds.), Perspectives on management and leadership in social work (pp. 39-68). London, England: Whiting & Birch.
  • Webster, M. (2014). A vision for social work leadership: Critical conceptual elements. In J. Duke, M. Henrickson & L. Beddoe (Eds.), Protecting the Public –Enhancing the Profession .E tiaki ana i te Hapori –E manaaki ana i nga mahi (pp. 79-92). Wellington Social Workers Registration Board.
  • Williams, L., Labonte,, R., & O'Brien, M. A. (2014). Upelnomocniajac Dzialanie Spolezne Poprzez Tworzenie Narracji Kultury i Tozsamosci. A. Gukzynska, & M. Granosik, (Eds.), Empowermentw pracy socjalnej: prakytka i badania partycypac yjne (87-98). Warszawa. WYG International Sp.z.o.o.

Report - Commissioned

Dale, C., O'Brien, M. A., & St John, S. (2014). Our Children Our Choice: Priorities for policy. Auckland, Child Poverty Action Group. Commissioning body: Child Poverty Action Group.

Conference Paper

O'Brien, M. A. (2014). Here and There, Near and Far: Developments in social services in New Zealand. Presented at Social Service providers Aotearoa, Invercargill. 9 - 10 October 2014. 

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