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) 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.
(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.