Peer Reviewed Publications
A listing of peer reviewed publications by the ARK team.
(2011) Coalition Government in Northern Ireland: Social Policy and the Lowest Common Denominator Thesis, Social Policy & Society, 11 (1), 15-25.
(2011) Archiving Qualitative Data in the Context of a Society Coming out of Conflict: Some Lessons from Northern Ireland, FORUM: Qualitive Sozialforschung/FORUM: Qualitative Social Research 11 (3),
(2011) A Shared Future? Exclusion, Stigmatization, and Mental Health of Same-Sex-Attracted Young People in Northern Ireland, Youth and Society 43 (2), 488-508.
(2010) Young children returning home from care: The birth parents' perspective, Child and Family Social Work, 15 (1), 77-86.
(2010) Using the internet to give children a voice, Field Methods, 22 (3), 270-289.
(2010) The ‘Us’ in Trust: Who Trusts Northern Ireland’s Political Institutions and Actors?, Government and Opposition, 45 (2), 143-165.
(2010) Prevalance of self-harm and help-seeking behaviours among young people in Northern Ireland, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health Supplement 1, 64 PA9.
(2009) “I Knew I Wasn't Like Anybody Else”: Young Men's Accounts of Coming Out and Being Gay in Northern Ireland, Child Care in Practice, 21 (3), 309-326.
(2009) The use of card sort methodology in the testing of clinical leadership competencies model, Health Services Management Research, 22 (4), 176-183.
(2009) Demonstrating the merits of the peer research process: A Northern Ireland case study, Field Methods 21 (3), 309-326.