Memorial University's Research Strategy 2023-2028 sets the vision, mission and core principles for research at Memorial and identifies the goals and objectives necessary to achieve success. Its development marks a significant step in Memorial's continued growth and evolution as a research-focused institution. As an aspirational document, it pushes us to pursue, support and celebrate research excellence in all its forms at Memorial.

The School of Social Work has been working toward this goal and proudly announces the following recent publications from faculty and staff (2018-present) whose names are marked in bold text. Where possible, hyperlinks have been added to article, chapter, or book titles.

For earlier publications, additional information, or to correspond with the authors, visit the Faculty and Staff pages.



Hunter, K., Giwa, S., & Broll, R. (2024). Black and blue: deconstructing Defund the PoliceJournal of Crime and Justice.

Demeke, J., Djiadeu, P., Yusuf, A., Darren, L. W., Lightfoot, D., Worku, F., Abu-Ba'are, G.R., Mbuagbaw, L., Giwa, S., & Nelson, L. E. (2024). HIV Prevention and Treatment Interventions for Black Men Who Have Sex With Men in Canada: Scoping Systematic ReviewJMIR Public Health and Surveillance10.

MacDonald, J., Singh, R., Norris, S., & Goulden, A. (2024). Trauma, (dis)Ability, and Chronic Pain: Taking Up Sufferer-Informed Practices. In Brown, C. (Ed.). Reframing Trauma through Social Justice: Resisting the Politics of Mainstream Trauma Discourse. Routledge.

Boateng, J. D., Tenkorang, E. Y., & Issahaku, P.A. (2024). Economic Abuse of Women in Intimate Relationships in Ghana: Consequences and Coping StrategiesViolence Against Women.

Issahaku, P.A. (2024). Emergent Themes with Implications from a Qualitative Thematic Analysis of Psychological Well-Being Among 23 Older GhanaiansAgeing International.



Blundell, L., Walker, S.K.L., Ellenbogen, S., Giwa, S., & Hatfield, K. (2023). Factors that influence families’ decision to send their children to a week-long pediatric oncology camp and thoughts about attending campEuropean Journal of Oncology Nursing67, 102429.

Ellenbogen, S., Tobin, C., Giwa, S., Manning, J., & Andersen, F. (2023). Student perceptions on learning from participating in low-cost service-learning course assignmentsSocial Work Education.

Giwa, S., Ryan, AJ, Thompson, S., & Craig, A. (Eds.). (2023). A Toast to Hope: Stories at the Centre of Us. Engen books.

Semigina, T., Kwok, K.D., Giwa, S., Ganesh, S., Charles, C., & Henrickson, M. (Eds.). (2023). HIV, Sex and Sexuality in Later Life. Bristol University Press.

Karki, K.K., Moasun, F., Freymond, N., Giwa, S., & Zoltek, A.M. (2023). MSW Students’ Perception of the Professional Identity of the Social Work Practitioner and the Social Work Researcher: Considerations for EducatorsJournal of Social Work Education, 59(1), 197–210.

Karki, K.K., KC, H., Giwa, S., Mullings, D.V., & Raible, C. D. (2023). Making live and letting die: Nepali migrant workers returning from India encounter the state amid the COVID-19 pandemicInternational Journal of Migration and Border Studies7(3), 272–295.

Russell, H.C., & Giwa, S. (Eds.). (2023). Transforming Community Policing: Mobilization, Engagement, and Collaboration, 2nd edEmond publishing.

Goulden, A., Hoekstra, K., & King, B. (2023). A Scoping Review of Programs for Young Mothers with Child Welfare Involvement in Canada and the United States. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal40, 299–312.

Goulden, A. (2023). Sexual Well-Being Among Young Disabled People. In Kattari, S. (Ed.) Exploring sexuality and disability: A guide for academics and health and human service professionals (pp. 318–334). Routledge.

Ho, C., Goulden, A., Hubley, D., Adamson, K., Hammond, J., & Zarem, A. (2023). Teaching and Facilitation Course for Family as Faculty: Preparing Families to be Faculty Partners in Healthcare Education. Clinical Social Work Journal52, 23–36.

Goulden, A., Baird, S., Romme, K., Pacheco, L., Norris, S., Norris, D., Faye, L., MacNeil, S., & Pittman, J. (2023). Experiences of Gender-Based Violence Among Disabled Women: A Qualitative Systematic Review and Meta-Synthesis Protocol. International Journal of Qualitative Methods22.

Goulden, A., Singh, R., & Smith Carrier, T. (2023). Teaching Note – Incorporating Universal Instructional Design in Social Work Education: A Practical Application. Journal of Social Work Education.

King, B., Goulden, A., Appiah, J., Wong, F., & Chowdhury, R. (2023). “Because I’m Young”: Experiences of Young Mothers with Child Welfare Involvement. Clinical Social Work Journal.

Goulden, A., Kattari, S., Slayter, E., & Norris, S. (2023). “Disability Is an Art. It’s an Ingenious Way to Live.’: Integrating Disability Justice Principles and Critical Feminisms in Social Work to Promote Inclusion and Anti-Ableism in Professional Praxis. Affilia38(4), 732–741.

Slayter, E., Kattari, S., Yakas, L., Singh, R., Goulden, A., Taylor, S., Wernick, L., Simmons, L., & Prince, D. (2023). Beyond Ramps, Curb Cuts, and Captions: A Call for Disability Justice in Social Work. Social Work, 68(1), 89–92.

Janes, J.E. (2023). Affective Attachments: How "Doing and Being Good" Undermine the Liberatory Possibilities of Participatory Action ResearchIntersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice11(1), 49–63.

Walsh, J.J., Drolet, J.L., Alemi, M.I., Collins, T., Kaushik, V., McConnell, S.M., McKee, E., Mi, E., Sussman, T., & Walsh, C. A. (2023). Transforming the field education landscape: National survey on the state of field education in CanadaSocial Work Education42(5), 646–662.

Au, C., Drolet, J.L., Kaushik, V., Charles, G., Franco, M., Henton, J., Hirning, M., McConnell, S.M., Nicholas, D., Nickerson, A., Ossais, J., Shenton, H., Sussman, T., Verdicchio, G., Walsh, C.A., & Wickman, J. (2023). Impact of COVID-19 on social work field education: Perspectives of Canadian social work studentsJournal of Social Work23(3), 522–547.

Karki, K.K., Mullings, D.V., & Giwa, S. (2023). Socioeconomic Disparities Among Racialized Immigrants in Canada. Deshpande, A. (Ed.). Handbook on Economics of Discrimination and Affirmative Action. Springer Nature Singapore.

Mullings, D.V., Clarke, J., & Adelakun, O. (Eds.). (2023) African, Caribbean, and Black People's Resilience During Covid-19. Demeter Press.

Shaikh, S.S., & Selby, J.A. (2023). Wait, what?! Islamophobia exists in Newfoundland and Labrador?’: Theorising polite dismissal of anti-Islamophobia public engagement. In L. D’Haenens & A. Mekki-Berrada (Eds.), Islamophobia as a Form of Radicalisation: Perspectives on Media, Academia and Socio-political Scapes from Europe and Canada (pp. 211–228). Leuven University Press.



Adjei, P.B., Mullings, D.V., & Giwa, S. (2022). Using Critical Race and Anti-Colonial Theories to Reframe the Conversation on Youth Violence in Toronto. In R. Bromwich, A. Bailey, & T. Harrison (Eds.), Gun Violence and Gun Control: Critical engagements (pp. 43–85). Demeter Press.

Small, S.P., de Boer, C., & Swab, M. (2022). Barriers to and facilitators of labor market engagement for individuals with chronic physical illnesses in their experiences with work disability policy: A qualitative systematic review. JBI Evidence Synthesis, 20(2), 348–536.

de Boer, C., Small, S., Sitter, K., Ricciardelli, R., & Hall, A.. (2022). Child Welfare Workers with Occupational Stress Injuries: A Content Analysis of Workers’ Compensation Legislation in CanadaCanadian Public Policy, 48(4), 503–517.

Giwa, S. (2022). Racism and Gay Men of Color: Living and Coping with Discrimination. Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield.

Giwa, S., Colvin, R.A., Ricciardelli, R., & Warren, A.P. (2022). Workplace Experiences of Lesbian and Bisexual Female Police Officers in the Royal Newfoundland ConstabularyWomen & Criminal Justice, 32(1–2), 93–110.

Goulden, A., Mann, L., Norris, D., & Rossiter, M. (2022). Working Mothers’ Infant Feeding Experiences During Their Children’s Transition to Childcare: A Qualitative StudyJournal of Child and Family Studies, 32, 2214–2228.

Goulden, A., & Kattari, S.K. (2022). Sexual Orientation, Sexuality, and the Disability Community. In E. Slayter, & L. Johnson (Eds.), Social Work Practice and Disability Communities: An Intersectional and Anti-Oppresive Approach. Pressbooks.

Adamson, K., Goulden, A., Logan, J., & Hammond, J. (2022). Service user involvement in social work education: A scoping review.  Journal of Social Work Education, 43(2), 374–392. 

Issahaku, P.A. (2022). A discourse on aging in contemporary GhanaCogent Social Sciences, 8(1).

Issahaku, P.A. (2022). Living at the Margins or Elevated Citizenship? Challenges and Opportunities for Social Participation Experienced by Older Adults in GhanaAgeing International47, 630–652.

Issahaku, P.A., & Adam, A. (2022). Young People in Newfoundland and Labrador: Community Connectedness and Opportunities for Social InclusionSAGE Open, 12(3).

Issahaku, P.A. (2022). The Good Old Days: how Older Adults in Present-Day Ghana Compare themselves to Older Adults in Past GenerationsJournal of Cross-Cultural Gerontololy37, 89–114.

Janes, J.E. (2022). Less Dangerous Collaborations? Governance through Community-Based Participatory Research. In Macías, T. (Ed.), Unravelling research: The ethics and politics of research in the social sciences (pp. 131–153). Fernwood publishing.

Cranford, J.M., & LeFrançois, B.A. (2022). Mad Studies is Maddening Social WorkZeszyty Pracy Socjalnej, 3, 69–84.

LeFrançois, B.A., & Voronka, J. (2022). Mad epistemologies and maddening the ethics of knowledge production. In Macías, T. (Ed.), Unravelling research: The ethics and politics of research in the social sciences (pp. 105–130). Fernwood publishing.

Drolet, J.L., Charles, G., McConnell, S.M., & Bogo, M. (Eds.) (2022). Transforming Social Work Field Education: New Insights from Practice Research and Scholarship. University of Calgary Press.

McConnell, S.M., Noble, M., Hanley, J., Finley-Roy, V., & Drolet, J. (2022). Integrating practice research into social work field educationJournal of Teaching in Social Work, 43(1), 1–19.

Cadell, S., Ashcroft, R., Furtado, J., Adamson, K., McConnell, S.M., & Teichman, S. (2022). COVID-19 and social work in health care in Canada: What are the impacts? Social Work in Health Care61(4), 218–242.

Mullings, D.V., Karki, K.K., Giwa, S., Garland, S., Brushett, L., & Thomas, J. (2022). Using Critical Race Theory to Analyse Community Engagement Practice in a Graduate Social Work CourseInternational Journal of Educational Development in Africa7(1).

Mullings, D.V., Power, E., Giwa, S., Karki, K.K., Burt, M., Caines, C., English-Lillos, P., McLean, A., & Ricketts, J. (2022). Using Community Service Learning as a Conduit to Decolonise Bachelor of Social Work EducationInternational Journal of Educational Development in Africa7(1).

Mullings, D.V., Clarke, J., Bernard, W.T., Este, D., & Giwa, S. (Eds.). (2021). Africentric social work. Fernwood Publishing.

Mullings, D.V. (2022). Community Service Learning and Anti-Blackness: The Cost of Playing with Fire on the Black Female Body. In A. Ibrahim, T. Kitossa, M. Smith, & H. Wright (Eds.), Nuances of Blackness in the Canadian Academy: Teaching, Learning, and Researching while Black (pp. 345–371). University of Toronto Press.

Pacheco, L., More, R., & Aunos, M. (2022). Unfit and cast aside: Portrayals of Mothering with Intellectual Disability in Québec court reports. Critical Discourse.

Aunos, M., Spencer, M., Pacheco, L., & Pitich, E. (2022). This Changes Everything: A Critical Reflection on the Impact of Internalised Ableist Constructs Had on Becoming a Disabled Mother. Disability & Society.

Pacheco, L., Aunos, M., Feldman, M., & McConnell, D. (2022). Improving services for parents with intellectual disability and theirfamilies: Views of Canadian social service workers. Health & Social Care in the Community, 30(6), e5570–e5578.

Shaikh, S., LeFrançois, B.A., & Macías, T. (Eds.). (2022). Critical Social Work Praxis. Fernwood Publishing.



Darko, I.N., Adjei, P.B., & Weir, C. (2021). Indigenous African philosophies as a critical thinking pedagogical tools for schooling and education. In A. Afful-Broni, J. Anamuah-Mensah, K. Raheem, & G. J.S. Dei (Eds.), Africanizing the school curriculum: Promoting an inclusive decolonial education in African contexts (pp. 115–135). Myers Education Press.

Adjei, P.B., Darko, I., Fuseini, S., & Mills, A.A. (2021). Spirituality and self-care among Ghanaian social workers: Lessons for Africanizing social work education. In A. Afful-Broni, J. Anamuah-Mensah, K. Raheem & G. J.S. Dei (Eds.), Africanizing the school curriculum: Promoting an inclusive decolonial education in African contexts (pp. 136–156). Myers Education Press.

Adjei, P.B. (2021). Social justice and global citizenship education in social work context: A case of caveat emptor. In E. Aboagye & N. Dlamini (Eds.), Global citizenship education: Challenges and successes (pp. 221–252). University of Toronto Press.

Djiadeu, P., Nur, J., Mbuagbaw, L., Giwa, S., Whitfield, D., & Nelson, L.E. (2021). HIV prevention and treatment interventions for Black men who have sex with men in Canada: A protocol for a scoping systematic reviewBMJ Open, 11(3).

Giwa, S., Colvin, R.A., Karki, K.K., Mullings, D.V., & Bagg, L. (2021). Analysis of “yes” responses to uniformed police marching in Pride: Perspectives from LGBTQ+ communities in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, CanadaSAGE Open, 11(2).

Davis, E.B., Plante, T.G., Grey, M.J., Kim, C.L., Freeman-Coppadge, D., Lefevor, T., Paulez, J.A., Giwa, S., Lasser, J., Stratton, S.P., Deneke, E., & Glowiak, K.J. (2021). The role of civility and cultural humility in navigating controversial areas in psychologySpirituality in Clinical Practice, 8(2), 79–97.

Giwa, S., Alessi, E. J., Mullings, D.V., & Carlson-Strain, M.D. (2021). Are the needs of racialized lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer newcomers in Newfoundland and Labrador being met? Preliminary findings from a focus group discussion with Canadian stakeholdersInternational Journal of Social Welfare, 30(3), 342–352.

Alessi, E.J., Greenfield, B., Yu, M., Cheung, S., Giwa, S., & Kahn, S. (2021). Family, friendship, and strength among LGBTQ+ migrants in Cape Town, South Africa: A qualitative understanding.  Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 38(7), 1941–1960.

Issahaku, P.A., & Sulemana, A. (2021). Older Adults’ Expectations and Experiences With Health care Professionals in GhanaSAGE Open, 11(3).

Armstrong, V., & LeFrançois, B.A. (2021). Interrogating mad studies in the academy: Bridging the community/academy divide. In P. Beresford & J. Russo (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Mad Studies (pp. 315–326). Routledge.

Ossais, J., Drolet, J., Alemi , M.I., Collins, T., Au, C., Bogo, M., Charles, G., Franco, M., Henton, J., Huang, L.X., Kaushik, V., McConnell, S.M., Nicholas, D., Shenton, H., Sussman, T., Walsh, C., & Wickman, J. (2021). Canadian Social Work Field Education During a Global Pandemic: A Comparison of Student and Field Instructor PerspectivesJournal of Comparative Social Work, 16(2), 113–140.

Mullings, D.V., Giwa, S., Gooden, A., Karki, K. K., Shaikh, S., Spencer, E. B., & Anderson, W. (2021). The settlement and integration experience of temporary foreign workers living in an isolated area of Newfoundland and Labrador, CanadaJournal of International Migration and Integration22, 1085–1104.

Mullings, D.V., Gooden, A., & Brown-Spencer, E. (2021). Catch me when I fall! The significance of Black sisterhood in the academyCultural and Pedagogical Inquiry12(1), 91–104.

Macías, T., & Shaikh, S.S. (2021). Pandemic Social Work: Practice, Education, and Activism in the Time of COVIDIntersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice9(1).



Adjei, P.B., & Akanmori, H. (2020). Prisoners of a skin color: The criminalization and the social construction of Blackness in risk assessment of Black youth. In GS. Dei, E. Odozor & AV. Jiménez (Eds.), Cartographies of blackness and Black Indigeneities. Myers Education Press.

Dalton, K., Bishop, L., Darcy, S., de Boer, C., & Maddalena, V. (2020). Piecing Together the Puzzle of Success: Attending to the Developmental Needs of Emerging Adults in Substance Use Disorder Programming. The Canadian Journal of Addiction, 11(3), 15–24.

Church, M., Ellenbogen, S., & Hudson, A. (2020). Perceived barriers to accessing mental health services for rural and small city Cape Breton youthSocial work in mental health18(5), 554–570.

Giwa, S., Mullings, D.V., Adjei, P.B., & Karki, K.K. (2020). Racial erasure: The silence of social work on police racial profiling in Canada. Journal of Human Rights and Social Work5, 224–235.

Smith, A.-A., Tulk, D. M., Ropson, M., Snook, K. A., & Giwa, S. (2020). Female sex workers’ perceptions of front-line police officers’ ability to ensure their safety in St. John’s, Newfoundland and LabradorGreenwich Social Work Review, 1(2), 68–77. 

Giwa, S., Mullings, D.V., & Karki, K. K. (2020). Virtual social work care with older Black adults: A culturally relevant technology-based intervention to reduce social isolation and loneliness in a time of pandemicJournal of Gerontological Social Work, 63(6–7), 679–681.

Henrickson, M., Giwa, S., Hafford-Letchfield, T., Cocker, C., Mulé, N. J., Schaub, J., & Baril, A. (2020). Research ethics with gender and sexually diverse communities.  International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(18), 6615.

Alessi, E. J., Kahn, S., Giwa, S., & Cheung, S. (2020). “Those tablets, they are finding an empty stomach”: A qualitative investigation of HIV risk among sexual and gender minority migrants in Cape Town, South Africa. Ethnicity and Health, 27(4), 800–816.

Giwa, S., Logie, C. H., Karki, K. K., Makanjuola, O. F., & Obiagwu, C. E. (2020). Police violence targeting LGBTIQ+ people in Nigeria: Advancing solutions for a 21st century challenge. Greenwich Social Work Review1(1), 36–49.

Lefevor, G. T., Smack, A. C. P., & Giwa, S. (2020). Religiousness, support, distal stressors, and psychological distress among Black sexual minority college students. Journal of GLBT Family Studies16(2), 148–162.

Giwa, S., Norsah, K., & Chaze, F. (2020). Navigating the spaces between racial/ethnic and sexual orientation: Black gay immigrants’ experiences of racism and homophobia in Montréal, Canada. In J. G. Smith & C. W. Han (Eds.), Home and community for queer men of color: The intersection of race and sexuality (pp. 107–148). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield.

Apatinga, G.A., Tenkorang, E.Y., & Issahaku, P.A. (2020). Silent and lethal: consequences of sexual violence against married women in Ghana. Journal of Interpersonal Violence36(23-24), NP13206–NP13228.

Joseph, A., Janes, J., Badwall, H., & Almeida, S. (2020). Preserving White Comfort and Safety: The Politics of Race Erasure in Academe. Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, 26(2), 166–185.

LeFrançois, B.A. (2020). Psychiatrising children. In V. Cooper & N. Holford (Eds.), Exploring Childhood and Youth. Routledge.

van Daalen-Smith, C., LeFrançois, B.A., & MacPherson-Mayor, D. (2020). Promising policies, ambiguous practices: An exploration of the status of children in Canadian health care settings. In T. Waldock (Ed.), A Question of Commitment: The Status of Children in Canada, Second Edition. Wilfrid Laurier University Press.



Adjei, P.B. (2019). “Is there no Balm in Gilead? The Search for radical leadership in the Black church of the twenty-first century.” In T. Kitossa, E. Lawson & P. Howard (Eds.), African Canadian leadership: Perspectives on continuity, transition and transformation (pp. 311–344). University of Toronto Press.

Thompson, J., Dursun, S., Van Til, L. Heber, A., Kitchen, P., de Boer, C., Black, T., Montelpare, B., Coady, T., Sweet, J., & Pedlar, D. (2019). Group Identity, Difficult Adjustment to Civilian Life and Suicide Ideation in Canadian Armed Forces Veterans: Life after Service Studies 2016Journal of Military Veteran and Family Health, 4(3), 100–114.

Ellenbogen, S., Hair, H. J., Kirkland Smith, J., & Wilton, P. (2019). The Change Clinic Counselling Service: Blending Client-Centred and Strength-Based Practices to Improve Mental Health Services to FamiliesCanadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 38(1).

Giwa, S. & Mihalicz, M. G. (2019). What’s all the fuss about social work syllabi? Action speaks louder than words in addressing the silence of Whiteness in social work curriculum: A game theory perspective.  Journal of Sociology and Social Work, 7(2), 46–63.

Giwa, S. (2018). Coping with racism and racial trauma: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of how gay men from the African diaspora experience and negotiate racist encounters. In D. W. Riggs (Ed.), The psychic life of racism in gay men’s communities (pp. 81–103). Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield.

Chaze, F., Giwa, S., Sheppard, N., & Burns, B. (2019). Mostly White, Christian, and straight: Informational and institutional erasure of LGBTQ and ethnoculturally diverse older adults on long-term care homes websites.  Journal of Aging and Long-Term Care, 2(1), 21–36.

Issahaku, P.A. (2019). Narratives of Pride and Regret Among Older Persons in Ghana. Ghana Social Science Journal, 16(2), 46–83.

Issahaku, P.A. (2019). Raising the Future Leaders: An Analysis of Child and Family Welfare Policy in GhanaJournal of Public Child Welfare, 13(2), 148–169.

Gustafson, D.L., Parsons, J.E., & Gillingham, B. (2019). Writing to Transgress: Knowledge Production in Feminist Participatory Action Research. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 20(2).



Adjei, P.B. (2018). Adinkra Symbolism of Ghana: Pedagogical Implications for Schooling and Education. In L. Asimeng-Boahene & M. Baffoe (Eds.), African traditional oral literature and Visual cultures as pedagogical tools in Diverse Classroom Contexts (pp. 151–171)Information Age Publishing.

Teye-kau, M., Tenkorang, E. Y., & Adjei, P.B. (2018). Revisiting the housing–health relationship for HIV-positive persons: Qualitative evidence from the Lower Manya Krobo District, GhanaQualitative health research, 28(8), 1217–1228.

Adjei, P.B. (2018). The (Em)bodiment of Blackness in a visceral anti-Black racism and ableism contextRace Ethnicity and Education21(3), 275–287.

Adjei, P.B., Mullings, D., Baffoe, M., Quaicoe, L., Abdul-Rahman, L., Shears, V., & Fitzgerald, S. (2018). The “fragility of goodness”: Black parents’ perspective about raising children in Toronto, Winnipeg, and St. John’s of CanadaJournal of Public Child Welfare, 12(4), 461–491. 

Adjei, P.B. and Minka, E. (2018). Black parents ask for a second look: Parenting under ‘White’ Child Protection rules in CanadaChildren and Youth Services Review94, 511–524.

Adjei, P.B. (2018). Race to the bottom: Obama’s presidency, Trump’s election victory, and the perceived insidious greed of WhitenessRace, Gender and Class25(3-4), 43–67.

Hall, A., Ricciardelli, R., Sitter, K., Simas-Medeiros, D., de Boer, C., & Small, S. (2018). Occupational Stress Injuries in Two Atlantic Provinces: A Policy AnalysisCanadian Public Policy, 44(4), 384–399.

Ellenbogen, S., Colin-Vezina, D., Sinha, V., Chabot, M., & Wells, S.J.R. (2018). Contrasting mental health correlates of physical and sexual abuse-related shameJournal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health, 30(2), 87–97.

Giwa, S. & Chaze, F. (2018). Positive enough? A content analysis of settlement service organizations’ inclusivity of LGBTQ immigrants.  Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 30(3), 220–243. 

Giwa, S. (2018). Community policing in racialized communities: A potential role for police social work.  Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 28(6), 710–730.

Issahaku, P.A. (2018). What Women Think Should Be Done to Stop Intimate Partner Violence in Ghana. Violence & Victims, 33(4), 627–644.

Issahaku, P.A. (2018). Understanding child abuse in care Institutions in Ghana as a child protection concernGhana Social Science Journal, 15(1), 123–147.

Klein R.A. (2018).  Dreams and Realities: A Critical Look at the Cruise Ship Industry. In S. Gmelch & A. Kaul (Eds.), Tourists and Tourism: A Reader, Third Edition. Waveland Press Inc.

LeFrançois, B.A. (2018). Psychiatryzacja naszych dzieci, albo autoetnograficzna opowieść o tym, jak instytucje „opiekuńcze” kontynuowały ludobójstwo na rdzennej ludności Kanady. In Witeska-Młynarczyk, A. (Ed.), Antropologia psychiatrii dzieci i młodzieży. Teksty wybrane (pp. 229–249). Oficyna Naukowa.

Gorman, R. & LeFrançois, B.A. (2018). Mad studies. In B. Cohen (Ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Critical Mental Health. Routledge.

Mills, C. & LeFrançois, B.A. (2018). Child as metaphor: Colonialism, psy-governance and epistemicideWorld Futures, 74, 503–524.

Smith, C.B.R. (2018). Playing (Un)Dead: Interrogating Invocations of ‘Monster’ Metaphors in (Post-)MMT Service User Narratives of Methadone, Maintenance and TreatmentInternational Archives of Addiction Research and Medicine4(1).