Heather Fraser
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Doing narrative research: Analysing personal stories line by line
H Fraser
Qualitative social work 3 (2), 179-201, 2004
6492004
Four different approaches to community participation
H Fraser
Community Development Journal 40 (3), 286-300, 2005
1412005
Constrained by managerialism: Caring as participation in the voluntary social services
D Baines, I Cunningham, H Fraser
Economic and Industrial Democracy 32 (2), 329-352, 2011
572011
In the name of love: Women's narratives of love and abuse
H Fraser
Women's Press/Canadian Scholars Press, 2008
532008
Neoliberalization, universities and the public intellectual: Species, gender and class and the production of knowledge
H Fraser, N Taylor
Springer, 2016
512016
Narrating love and abuse in intimate relationships
H Fraser
British Journal of Social Work 33 (3), 273-290, 2003
502003
Women, love, and intimacy “gone wrong”: Fire, wind, and ice
H Fraser
Affilia 20 (1), 10-20, 2005
472005
Social work, animal-assisted therapies and ethical considerations: A programme example from Central Queensland, Australia
N Taylor, H Fraser, T Signal, K Prentice
The British Journal of Social Work 46 (1), 135-152, 2014
432014
Doing narrative feminist research: Intersections and challenges
H Fraser, C MacDougall
Qualitative Social Work 16 (2), 240-254, 2017
362017
Feminist memory work in action: Method and practicalities
H Fraser, D Michell
Qualitative Social Work 14 (3), 321-337, 2015
312015
Through the eye of a needle: The challenge of getting justice in Australia if you're indigenous or seeking asylum
H Fraser, L Briskman
Globalisation, Gobal Justice and Social Work, 109-123, 2005
272005
Trying to complete socially just, politically sensitive social work research
H Fraser
Journal of Social Work 9 (1), 87-98, 2009
252009
The global agenda for social work and social development: Commitment to action
International Federation of Social Workers, ...
Journal of Social Work Education 48 (4), 837-843, 2012
242012
Domestic violence and companion animals in the context of LGBT people’s relationships
N Taylor, H Fraser, DW Riggs
Sexualities 22 (5-6), 821-836, 2019
182019
Targeting the'hard to reach': re/producing stigma?
A Duvnjak, H Fraser
Critical and Radical Social Work 1 (2), 167-182, 2013
152013
Domestic violence service providers’ capacity for supporting transgender women: Findings from an Australian workshop
DW Riggs, H Fraser, N Taylor, T Signal, C Donovan
British Journal of Social Work 46 (8), 2374-2392, 2016
142016
People of diverse genders and/or sexualities and their animal companions: Experiences of family violence in a binational sample
DW Riggs, N Taylor, T Signal, H Fraser, C Donovan
Journal of Family Issues 39 (18), 4226-4247, 2018
132018
Qualitative interview as special conversation (after removal)
K Broadhurst
Qualitative Social Work 14 (3), 301-306, 2015
132015
Slaughterhouses: The Language of Life, the Discourse of Death
N Taylor, H Fraser
The Palgrave International Handbook of Animal Abuse Studies, 179-199, 2017
122017
Companion animals and domestic violence: Rescuing me, rescuing you
N Taylor, H Fraser
Springer, 2019
112019
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