Peer Reviewed Publications


A listing of peer reviewed publications by the ARK team.

Peer Reviewed articles

 

Devine, Paula, Kelly, Grace and McAuley, Martina (2021) Equality and Devolution in the United Kingdom: A Story in Three Acts and a Sequel, Social Policy and Society 1-15.
Walsh, Colm and Schubotz, Dirk, (2020) Young men’s experiences of violence and crime in a society emerging from conflict, Journal of Youth Studies 23 (5), 650-666.
Given, J., Gray, A. & Dolk, H., (2020) Use of prescribed contraception in Northern Ireland 2010-2016, European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care 2 (25), 106-113.
Devine, Paula, Montgomery, Lorna, Cowden, Mandy and Murphy, Fiona (2020) Learning through Practice: How Can We Address Loneliness among Older People?, Practice: Social Work in Action Taylor and Francis 32 (5), 345-360.
Kelly, Grace, McKnight, Martina and Schubotz, Dirk (2020) Is there Anything Else You’d Like to Say About Community Relations?’ Thematic Time Series Analysis of Open-ended Questions From an Annual Survey of 16- Year Olds, methods, data, analyses
Muldoon, Orla T, Trew, Karen, Msetfi, Rachel and Devine, Paula (2020) Flagging Difference: National Identity and Emotional responses to National Flags, Journal of Applied Social Psychology 50 (5), 265-275.
Devine, Paula, Montgomery, Lorna, Carter Anand, Janet and Ní Dhónaill, Caoimhe (2019) Social isolation and older men - learning from research, Community Development Journal 54 (2), 273-289
Simpson, M., McKeever, G. & Gray, A., (2019) From principles to practice: social security in the Scottish laboratory of democracy, Journal of Social Security Law 1 (26), 13-31.
Rosato, M, Leavey, G, Cooper, J, De Cock, P and Devine, P (2019) Factors associated with public knowledge of and attitudes to dementia: a cross-sectional study, Plos One 14 (2),
Devine, Paula and Robinson, Gillian (2019) A Society Coming out of Conflict: Reflecting on 20 Years of Recording Public Attitudes with the Northern Ireland Life and Times, Survey Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences Brill