Research Publications for Elise J (Lise) Claiborne
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Claiborne, E., Cornforth, S., Milligan, A., & White, E. J. (2015). Collaborative research to support reflexive feminist professional work. Open Review of Educational Research, 2(1), 267-281. doi:10.1080/23265507.2015.1103663
Claiborne, L., Peters, S., & Brink, A. (2015). Shaking up human development: A reflection from Aotearoa New Zealand on Erica's Burman's contribution. Feminism & Psychology, _online, 1-7. doi:10.1177/0959353515570920
Claiborne, L. B., & Green, K. E. (2014). Research note: Cross-national comments on postgraduate education in research methods. New Zelaand Journal of Educational Studies, 49(1), 101-108.
Drewery, W., & Claiborne, L. B. (2014). Young adults. In Human Development: Family, place, culture (pp. 272-303). McGraw-Hill Education Pty Ltd.
Claiborne, L. B. (2014). Beyond theory of mind: Using critical eduicational psychology to explore social understandings. In 7th Educational Psychology Forum. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Claiborne, E. J. (2014). The potential of critical educational psychology beyond its meritocratic past. In Psychology in Education: Critical Theory~Practice (pp. 1-16). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
Claiborne, L. B. (2013). Young people and effective road safety education. In National Road Safety Education Conference. Conference held at Adelaide, Australia.
Drewery, W., & Claiborne, L. B. (2013). Human Development: Family, place, culture. 2nd Edition. Australia: McGraw-Hill Education Pty Ltd.
Drewery, W., & Claiborne, L. B. (2013). Reflecting on life and death. In Human Development: Family, place, culture (pp. 372-389). McGraw-Hill Education Pty Ltd.
Claiborne, E. J. (2013). When doctoral students struggle to make progress: Supervisors' reflexive exploration of ethical challenges. Knowledge Cultures, 1(5), 102-120.