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Journal Articles
Albanese, P. & T. Farr. 2012. ‘I’m Lucky’… To Have Found Child Care: Evoking Luck While Managing Child Care Needs in a Changing EconomyInternational Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies 1: 83-111.
Berman, R., & V. Tyyskä. A Critical Reflection on the Use of Translators/ Interpreters in a Qualitative Cross-Language Research Project. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 10(2): 176-190.
Fuller-Thomson, E., A. Noack & U. George. Health Decline Among Recent Immigrants to Canada: Findings from a Nationally-Representative Longitudinal SurveyCanadian Journal of Public Health 102(4): 273-280.
Harrison, D. & P. Albanese. 2012. The “Parentification” Phenomenon as Applied to Adolescents Living Through Parental Military DeploymentsCanadian Journal of Family and Youth 4(1): 1-27.
Harrison, D., K. Robson, P. Albanese, C. Sanders, & C. Newburn-Cook. 2011. The Impact of Shared Location on the Mental Health of Military and Civilian Adolescents in a Community Affected by Frequent DeploymentsArmed Forces & Society 37(3): 550-60.
Knight, M. 2011. “Guess who’s coming to dinner?” Negotiating visibility, encounters and racism in entrepreneurship. Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Journal 7(2): 1-18.
Knight, M. 2012. For Us by Us (FUBU): The politicized space of Black women's entrepreneurship in Canada.Southern Journal of Canadian Studies 5(1-2): 162-183.
Knight, M. and K. Rodgers. “The government is operationalizing neo-liberalism”: Women’s organizations, Status of Women Canada and the struggle for progressive social change in Canada. Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 20(4): 266-282.
Kwan-Lafond, D., D. Harrison & P. Albanese. 2012. Parental military deployments and adolescents’ household workStudies in Political Economy 88: 161-188.
Masuda, J., C. Teelucksingh, T. Zupancic, A. Crabtree, R. Haber, E. Skinner, B. Poland, J. Frankish & M. Fridell. 2012, Out of our inner city backyards: Re-scaling Urban Health Inequity AssessmentSocial Science & Medicine75(7): 1244-53.
Milner-Bolotin, M.,  T. Antimirova, A. Noack & A. Petrov . 2011. Attitudes about science and conceptual physics learning in university introductory physics courses.  Physical Review Special Topics: Physics Education Research7(2): 020107 1-9.
Moore, P. 2012. Mapping Early Cinema’s Mass Circulation: Film Debuts Coast-to-Coast in Canada in 1896 and 1897. Canadian Journal of Film Studies 21(1).
Oriola, T., N. NeversonN. & C. Adeyanju. 2012. ‘They should have just taken a gun and shot my son’: Taser deployment and the downtrodden in Canada. Social Identities 18: 65-83.
Rauhala, A., P. Albanese, C. Ferns, A. Haniff, D. Law & L. Macdonald. 2012. Who Says What: Pre- and Post-Election Coverage and Sourcing of Child Care in Four Canadian DailiesJournal of Child and Family Studies21(1): 95-105.
Rodgers, K., & M. Knight. 2011. “You just felt the collective wind knocked out of us”: State funding and the survival of women’s organizing in CanadaWomen’s Studies International Forum 34: 570-581.
Rollwagen, H. & D. Béland. 2012. Responding to Calgary’s ‘Gang War’: A Political Sociology of Criminological IdeasThe Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 54(2): 141-168.
Schifellite, C. 2011. “Using Epistemological Challenges to Teach About Modest Epistemologies” in Multiple Perspectives on Engaging Future EngineersJournal of Engineering Education 100(1): 44-84.
Teelucksingh, C. & B. Poland. 2011. Energy Solutions, Neo-liberalism, and Social Diversity in Toronto, Canada.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 8(1): 185-202.