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 (2013) Awareness and knowledge of autism and autism interventions: A general population survey, Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 7 1558–1567.
Horgan, Goretti and O'Connor Julia S. (2013) Abortion and Citizenship Rights in a Devolved Region of the UK, Social Policy and Society, 13 (1), 39-49.
Sutherland, William and Gray, Ann Marie (2013) 100 Questions: identifying research priorities for poverty prevention and reduction, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 21 (3), 189-205.
Komarova, Milena and McKnight, Martina (2013) ‘We Are Watching You Too’: Reflections on Doing Visual Research in a Contested City, Sociological Research Online, 18 (1),
Birrell, Derek and Gray, Ann Marie (2012) The structures of the NHS in Northern Ireland: Divergence, policy copying and policy deficiency, Public Policy and Administration, 1 1-16.
McCartan, Claire, Schubotz, Dirk and Murphy, Jonathan (2012) The Self-Conscious Researcher - Post-modern Perspectives of Participatory Research with Young People, FORUM: Qualitive Sozialforschung/FORUM: Qualitative Social Research 13 (1),
Lloyd, Katrina and Devine, Paula (2012) Psychometric properties of the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS) in Northern Ireland: A supplement to Tennant et al. (2007), Journal of Mental Health, 21 (3), 257-263.
Carney, Gemma, Dundon, Tony and Ni Leime, Aine (2012) Protecting the most vulnerable in an economic crisis: a participatory study of civil society organisations in the Republic of Ireland, Voluntary Sector Review, 3 (3), 329-346.
Carney, Gemma, Dundon, Tony and Ni Leime, Aine (2012) Participatory Action Research with and within community activist groups: capturing the collective experience of Ireland's Community and Voluntary Pillar, Action Research 10 (3), 313-330.
Devine, Paula and Lloyd, Katrina (2012) Internet use and psychological wellbeing among 10 and 11 year old children, Child Care in Practice, 18 (1), 5-22.