Peer Reviewed Publications


A listing of peer reviewed publications by the ARK team.

Peer Reviewed articles

 

Devine, Paula, Montgomery, Lorna, Cowden, Mandy and Murphy, Fiona (2020) Learning through Practice: How Can We Address Loneliness among Older People? Practice: Social Work in Action Taylor and Francis
Muldoon, Orla T, Trew, Karen, Msetfi, Rachel and Devine, Paula (2020) Flagging Difference: National Identity and Emotional responses to National Flags Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Walsh, Colm and Schubotz, Dirk, (2019) Young men’s experiences of violence and crime in a society emerging from conflict Journal of Youth Studies
Devine, Paula, Montgomery, Lorna, Carter Anand, Janet and Ní Dhónaill, Caoimhe (2019) Social isolation and older men - learning from research, Community Development Journal 54 (2), 273-289
Rosato, M, Leavey, G, Cooper, J, De Cock, P and Devine, P (2019) Factors associated with public knowledge of and attitudes to dementia: a cross-sectional study, Plos One 14 (2),
Devine, Paula and Robinson, Gillian (2019) A Society Coming out of Conflict: Reflecting on 20 Years of Recording Public Attitudes with the Northern Ireland Life and Times, Survey Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences Brill
O'Hare, Liam, Stark, Patrick, McConnellogue, Sheila, Lloyd, Katrina, Cockerill, Maria and Biggart, Andy (2018) Protocol: A cluster randomised controlled trial Of Reciprocal Reading: A teacher training comprehension programme, Journal of Educational Research.
Gray, Ann Marie and Birrell, Derek (2018) Outcomes-based Approaches and the devolved administrations, Social Policy Review 30 67-86.
Yerima, S., Loughlin, M., Sezer, S., Moriarty, J., McCann, M., McAneney, H., O'Hara, L., Tully, M., Ell, P., Miller, R. & Macdonald, G., (2018) MobiQ: A modular Android application for collecting social interaction, repeated survey, GPS and photographic data, SoftwareX, 7 143-149.
Lloyd, Katrina, Devine, Paula and Carney, Gemma M. (2018) Children’s attitudes to older people and their expectations of life at age 70, Children and Society. 32 444–456.