Research Publications for Paul G Flanagan
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Flanagan, P. (2019). Formation of children as healthy sexual beings. In Anglophone Safeguarding Conference. Conference held Rome, Italy.
Flanagan, P. (2019). Sexual childhood: Questions for practice to prevent harmful/problematic behaviour. In Valuing all voices. Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse - 9th Biennial Conference. Brisbane, Australia.
Flanagan, P. (2019). Using Foucault’s notions of discourse to explore and research child sexuality. In Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education Colloquium.
Flanagan, P. (2019). Children and sexuality: Therapists working with families. In Counsellor Education Community Day, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Flanagan, P. (2019). Unpacking the effects of power relations in childhood sexuality: A discursive analysis based on conversations with parents, teachers and counsellors. (PhD Thesis).
Flanagan, P., & Kotze, E. (2018). Researching men's mental health and wellbeing. In LearnFest18: Inclusion and Innovation.
Flanagan, P., & Kotze, E. (2018). Men, mental health and wellbeing. In Counsellor Education Community Day, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Flanagan, P. G. (2017). Tales of gender(ed) identity constructions in one boys' Catholic school: A review of Masculinities and Other Hopeless Causes at an All-Boys Catholic School. Journal of LGBT Youth, 14(1), 133-137. doi:10.1080/19361653.2016.1256250
Flanagan, P., Cottrell, C., Graham, H., Marsden, V., Roberts, L., & Young, J. (2017). Ethics, relationships and pragmatics in the use of e-technologies in counselling supervision. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 37(1), 24-43.
Flanagan, P. (2017). [Review of Childhood sexuality and AIDS education: The price of innocence by Deevia Bhana]. Journal of LGBT Youth, 1-3. doi:10.1080/19361653.2017.1405763