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Lynda Shevellar
Lynda Shevellar
Community Development Unit, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
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In the shadow of the welfare state: The role of payday lending in poverty survival in Australia
G Marston, L Shevellar
Journal of Social Policy 43 (1), 155-172, 2014
392014
Working in complexity: Ethics and boundaries in community work and mental health
L Shevellar, N Barringham
Australian Social Work 69 (2), 181-193, 2016
312016
The human search for belonging
L Shevellar, J Sherwin, N Barringham
Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health 16 (1), 2-18, 2014
252014
Destabilising social inclusion and recovery, and pursuing'lines of flight'in the mental health sector
T Barlott, L Shevellar, M Turpin, J Setchell
Sociology of Health & Illness 42 (6), 1328-1343, 2020
222020
Learning and mobilising for community development: A radical tradition of community-based education and training
L Shevellar
Routledge, 2016
212016
Radicalising community development within social work through popular education—A participatory action research project
P Westoby, A Lathouras, L Shevellar
The British Journal of Social Work 49 (8), 2207-2225, 2019
202019
Becoming minor: Mapping new territories in occupational science
T Barlott, L Shevellar, M Turpin
Journal of occupational science 24 (4), 524-534, 2017
202017
E-technology and community participation: Exploring the ethical implications for community-based social workers
L Shevellar
Australian Social Work 70 (2), 160-171, 2017
182017
“We have to go back to stories”: causal layered analysis and the community development gateaux
L Shevellar
Community Development 42 (1), 3-15, 2011
182011
The humanitarian imperative for education in disaster response
PG Halman, E van de Fliert, MA Khan, L Shevellar
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 27 (2), 207-214, 2018
142018
A perspective on community-based education and training
P Westoby, L Shevellar
Learning and Mobilising for Community Development, 13-24, 2016
142016
Understanding resistance to emergency and disaster messaging
L Shevellar, R Riggs
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 30 (3), 31-35, 2015
142015
The dissident interview: A deterritorializing guerrilla encounter
T Barlott, L Shevellar, M Turpin, J Setchell
Qualitative Inquiry 26 (6), 650-660, 2020
132020
Re-imagining the practices of town, social and community planning in Australia: opportunities for planning in neoliberal policy settings
L Shevellar, L Johnson, K Lyons
Australian Planner 52 (4), 266-276, 2015
122015
The possibility of cooperatives: a vital contributor in creating meaningful work for people with disabilities
P Westoby, L Shevellar
Disability & Society 34 (9-10), 1613-1636, 2022
112022
Flirting with danger: Practice dilemmas for community development in disaster recovery
L Shevellar, P Westoby, M Connor
Community Development 46 (1), 26-42, 2015
112015
" Perhaps?" and" Depends!" The possible implications of disaster related community development for social work
L Shevellar, P Westoby
Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 16 (2), 23-35, 2014
112014
The Routledge handbook of community development research
L Shevellar, P Westoby
Routledge, 2018
102018
Tracing a tradition of community-based education and training
L Shevellar, P Westoby
Learning and Mobilising for Community Development, 49-62, 2016
92016
The experience of using fringe lenders in Queensland: A pilot study
G Marston, L Shevellar
University of Queensland-School of Social Work & Human Services-Social …, 2010
82010
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