Peer Reviewed Publications

A listing of peer reviewed publications by the ARK team.

Peer Reviewed articles


Gray, Ann Marie and Birrell, Derek (2016) Integrated Commissioning and Structural Integration: the experience of Northern Ireland, Journal of Integrated Care, 24 (2), 67-75
Fusheini, Adam, Marnoch, Gordon and Gray, Ann Marie (2016) Implementation Challenges of the National Health Insurance Scheme in Selected Districts in Ghana: Evidence from the Field, International Journal of Public Administration, 40 (5), 416-426.
Huschke, Susann and Schubotz, Dirk (2016) Commercial sex, clients, and Christian morals: Paying for sex in Ireland, Sexualities, 19 (7), 869-887.
Carney, Gemma M. and Gray, Mia (2015) Unmasking the ‘Elderly Mystique’: why it is time to make the personal political in ageing research, Journal of Aging Studies, 35 123-134.
Leonard, Madeleine and McKnight, Martina (2015) Traditions and transitions: teenagers’ perceptions of parading in Belfast, Children's Geographies, 13 (4), 398-412.
Lloyd, Katrina and Devine, Paula (2015) The inclusion of open-ended questions on quantitative surveys of children: Dealing with unanticipated responses relating to child abuse and neglect, Child Abuse & Neglect, 48 200-207.
Leonard, Madeleine and McKnight, Martina (2015) Look and Tell: Using Photo-Elicitation Methods with Teenagers, Children's Geographies, 13 (6), 629-642.
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.