Caroline Lenette
Caroline Lenette
Associate Professor & Deputy Director, UNSW Australian Human Rights Institute
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Everyday resilience: Narratives of single refugee women with children
C Lenette, M Brough, L Cox
Qualitative Social Work 12 (5), 637-653, 2013
Digital storytelling as a social work tool: Learning from ethnographic research with women from refugee backgrounds
C Lenette, L Cox, M Brough
The British Journal of Social Work 45 (3), 988-1005, 2015
Digital Storytelling in Research: A Systematic Review
A de Jager, A Fogarty, A Tewson, C Lenette, KM Boydell
The Qualitative Report 22 (10), 2548-2582, 2017
Visual ethnography and refugee women: nuanced understandings of lived experiences
C Lenette, J Boddy
Qualitative Research Journal 13 (1), 72-89, 2013
Media coverage of refugees and asylum seekers in regional Australia: A critical discourse analysis
S Cooper, E Olejniczak, C Lenette, C Smedley
Media International Australia 162 (1), 78-89, 2017
‘Some viewers may find the following images disturbing’: Visual representations of refugee deaths at border crossings
C Lenette, N Miskovic
Crime, media, culture 14 (1), 111-120, 2018
University students from refugee backgrounds: why should we care?
C Lenette
Higher Education Research & Development 35 (6), 1311-1315, 2016
Changing faces: Visual representations of asylum seekers in times of crisis
C Lenette, S Cleland
Creative Approaches to Research 9 (1), 68, 2016
Mind the Gap! The growing chasm between funding-driven agencies, and social and community knowledge and practice
C Lenette, A Ingamells
Community Development Journal 50 (1), 88-103, 2015
‘I am a widow, mother and refugee’: Narratives of two refugee widows resettled to Australia
C Lenette
Journal of Refugee Studies 27 (3), 403-421, 2014
Where words fail, music speaks: The impact of participatory music on the mental health and wellbeing of asylum seekers
C Lenette, D Weston, P Wise, N Sunderland, H Bristed
Arts & Health 8 (2), 125-139, 2016
Mistrust and refugee women who are lone parents in resettlement contexts
C Lenette
Qualitative Social Work 14 (1), 119-134, 2015
Recently resettled refugee women-at-risk in Australia evidence high levels of psychiatric symptoms: individual, trauma and post-migration factors predict outcomes
RD Schweitzer, L Vromans, M Brough, M Asic-Kobe, I Correa-Velez, ...
BMC medicine 16 (1), 149, 2018
Performing freedom: The role of music-making in creating a community in asylum seeker detention centres
D Weston, C Lenette
International Journal of Community Music 9 (2), 121-134, 2016
They [do more than] interrupt us from sadness: Exploring the impact of participatory music making on social determinants of health and wellbeing for refugees in Australia
N Sunderland, L Istvandity, A Lakhani, C Lenette, B Procopis, P Caballero
Health, Culture and Society 8 (1), 1-19, 2015
Writing with light: An iconographic-iconologic approach to refugee photography
C Lenette
Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research 17 (2), 2016
‘Better than a pill’: digital storytelling as a narrative process for refugee women
C Lenette, M Brough, RD Schweitzer, I Correa-Velez, K Murray, ...
Media Practice and Education 20 (1), 67-86, 2019
What Is “Successful” Resettlement? Refugee Narratives From Regional New South Wales in Australia
O Curry, C Smedley, C Lenette
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 16 (4), 430-448, 2018
“Will there be music for us?” Mapping the health and well-being potential of participatory music practice with asylum seekers and refugees across contexts of conflict and refuge
C Lenette, N Sunderland
Arts & Health 8 (1), 32-49, 2016
'They Change Us': The social and emotional impacts on music facilitators of engaging in music and singing with asylum seekers
C Lenette, B Procopis
University of Exeter, 2016
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