Morag Mcarthur
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We’re all in it together: Supporting young carers and their families in Australia
T Moore, M McArthur
Health & social care in the community 15 (6), 561-568, 2007
Sticking with us through it all: The importance of trustworthy relationships for children and young people in residential care
T Moore, M McArthur, J Death, C Tilbury, S Roche
Children and youth services review 84, 68-75, 2018
Little voices and big ideas: Lessons learned from children about research
T Moore, M McArthur, D Noble-Carr
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 7 (2), 77-91, 2008
Children's experiences and needs in relation to domestic and family violence: Findings from a meta‐synthesis
D Noble‐Carr, T Moore, M McArthur
Child & Family Social Work 25 (1), 182-191, 2020
Changing things for the better: the use of children and young people’s reference groups in social research
T Moore, D Noble-Carr, M McArthur
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 19 (2), 241-256, 2016
Attendance, achievement and participation: Young carers' experiences of school in Australia
T Moore, M McArthur, R Morrow
Australian journal of education 53 (1), 5-18, 2009
Improving practice: The importance of connections in establishing positive identity and meaning in the lives of vulnerable young people
D Noble-Carr, J Barker, M McArthur, E Woodman
Children and youth services review 47, 389-396, 2014
Opportunities lost––why some parents of young children are not well-connected to the service systems designed to assist them
G Winkworth, M McArthur, M Layton, L Thomson, F Wilson
Australian Social Work 63 (4), 431-444, 2010
Young people's views on safety and preventing abuse and harm in residential care:“It's got to be better than home”
T Moore, M McArthur, J Death, C Tilbury, S Roche
Children and Youth Services Review 81, 212-219, 2017
Child protection practitioners: Including children in decision making
E Woodman, S Roche, M McArthur, T Moore
Child & Family Social Work 23 (3), 475-484, 2018
Sensitive topics in social research involving children
MA Powell, M McArthur, J Chalmers, A Graham, T Moore, M Spriggs, ...
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 21 (6), 647-660, 2018
More a marathon than a hurdle: towards children’s informed consent in a study on safety
TP Moore, M McArthur, D Noble-Carr
Qualitative Research 18 (1), 88-107, 2018
Pushing the drug debate: The media's role in policy reform
M McArthur
Australian Journal of Social Issues 34 (2), 149-165, 1999
Someone to check in on me: social capital, social support and vulnerable parents with very young children in the Australian Capital Territory
G Winkworth, M McArthur, M Layton, L Thompson
Child & Family Social Work 15 (2), 206-215, 2010
Different but the same? Exploring the experiences of young people caring for a parent with an alcohol or other drug issue
T Moore, M McArthur, D Noble-Carr
Journal of Youth Studies 14 (2), 161-177, 2011
Interventions to improve supervised contact visits between children in out of home care and their parents: a systematic review
T Bullen, S Taplin, M McArthur, C Humphreys, M Kertesz
Child & Family Social Work 22 (2), 822-833, 2017
Children’s participation in research on sensitive topics: Addressing concerns of decision-makers
MA Powell, A Graham, M McArthur, T Moore, J Chalmers, S Taplin
Children's geographies 18 (3), 325-338, 2020
‘Good for kids’: Children who have been homeless talk about school
T Moore, M McArthur
Australian Journal of Education 55 (2), 147-160, 2011
Taking us seriously: children and young people talk about safety and institutional responses to their safety concerns. A report for the Royal Commission into Institutional …
T Moore, M McArthur, D Noble-Carr, D Harcourt
Australian Catholic University, 2015
Who's in Our Family?: An Application of the Theory of Family Boundary Ambiguity to the Experiences of Former Foster Carers
L Thomson, M McArthur
Adoption & Fostering 33 (1), 68-79, 2009
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