Peer Reviewed Publications

A listing of peer reviewed publications by the ARK team.

Peer Reviewed articles


Dillenburger, Karola, Jordan, Julie Ann, McKerr, Lyn, Devine, Paula and Keenan, Mickey (2015) Creating an inclusive society… How close are we in relation to Autism Spectrum Disorder? A general population survey, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 28 (4), 330-340.
Conlon, Catherine, Carney, Gemma, Timonen, Virpi and Scharf, Thomas (2015) ‘Emergent reconstruction’ in grounded theory: learning from team-based interview research, Qualitative Research, 15 (1), 39-56.
Beckett, Helen and Schubotz, Dirk (2014) Young people's self-reported experiences of sexual exploitation and sexual violence: a view from Northern Ireland, Journal of Youth Studies 17 (4), 430-445.
Conlon, Catherine, Timonen, Virpi, Carney, GEmma and Scharf, Thomas (2014) Women (Re)Negotiating Care across Family Generations: Intersections of Gender and Socioeconomic Status, Gender and Society, 28 (5), 729-751.
Gray, Ann Marie and Birrell, Derek (2014) Welfare Reform and Devolution: issues of parity, discretion and divergence for the UK government and the devolved administrations, Public Money and Management, 34 (3), 204-212.
Devine, Paula and Schubotz, Dirk (2014) Segregation preferences of urban and rural 16-year olds in Northern Ireland, Irish Political Studies 29 (2), 275-297.
Devine, Paula and Robinson, Gillian (2014) From survey to policy: community relations in Northern Ireland, Sociological Research Online, Refereed Special Section on Attitudes: Ontology, Methodology, Impact, 19 (1),
Conlon, Catherine, Timonen, Virpi, Scharf, Thomas and Carney, Gemma (2014) Consumption of Care and Intergenerational Relations in the Irish Context, Families, Relationships and Societies, 3 (1), 139-142.
Carney, Gemma (2014) Commission on the Voluntary Sector and Ageing: a policy review, Voluntary Sector Review 5 (2), 203-211.
Carney, Gemma, Scharf, Thomas, Timonen, Virpi and Conlon, Catherine (2014) ‘Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt’: Solidarity between generations in the Irish crisis, Critical Social Policy 34 (3), 312-332.