Gretchen Ennis
Gretchen Ennis
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Exploring the potential of social network analysis in asset-based community development practice and research
G Ennis, D West
Australian Social Work 63 (4), 404-417, 2010
Expecting a boomtown? Exploring potential housing-related impacts of large scale resource developments in Darwin
G Ennis, M Finlayson, G Speering
Human Geographies 7 (1), 33-42, 2013
Using social network analysis in community development practice and research: a case study
G Ennis, D West
Community development journal 48 (1), 40-57, 2013
Alcohol, violence, and a fast growing male population: Exploring a risky-mix in “boomtown” Darwin
G Ennis, M Finlayson
Social work in public health 30 (1), 51-63, 2015
‘It’s like exercise for your soul’: how participation in youth arts activities contributes to young people’s wellbeing
GM Ennis, J Tonkin
Journal of Youth Studies 21 (3), 340-359, 2018
Community development and umbrella bodies: Networking for neighbourhood change
G Ennis, D West
British Journal of Social Work 44 (6), 1582-1601, 2014
The beneficial attributes of visual art‐making in cancer care: An integrative review
G Ennis, M Kirshbaum, N Waheed
European journal of cancer care 27 (1), e12663, 2018
Open for Business but at What Cost? Housing issues in ‘boomtown’Darwin
G Ennis, M Tofa, M Finlayson
Australian geographer 45 (4), 447-464, 2014
Cardiovascular risk assessment in prediabetes and undiagnosed diabetes mellitus study: international collaboration research overview
EU Nwose, RS Richards, K Digban, PT Bwititi, G Ennis, KC Yee, ...
North American Journal of Medical Sciences 5 (11), 625, 2013
Art in cancer care: exploring the role of visual art-making programs within an energy restoration framework
MN Kirshbaum, G Ennis, N Waheed, F Carter
European Journal of Oncology Nursing 29, 71-78, 2017
Collective impact: A review of the peer-reviewed research
G Ennis, M Tofa
Australian Social Work 73 (1), 32-47, 2020
The energy-enhancing potential of participatory performance-based arts activities in the care of people with a diagnosis of cancer: an integrative review
GM Ennis, M Kirshbaum, N Waheed
Arts & Health 11 (2), 87-103, 2019
Silence as a discourse in the public sphere: Media representations of Australians' Joining the fight'in Syria
T Patil, GM Ennis
Social Alternatives 35 (1), 40-46, 2016
Critically reflecting on the Australian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics: Learning from a social work field placement
T Patil, GM Ennis
British Journal of Social Work 48 (5), 1370-1387, 2018
A boom for whom? Exploring the impacts of a rapid increase in the male population upon women’s services in Darwin, Northern Territory
G Ennis, M Tofa, M Finlayson, J U’Ren
Violence against women 23 (5), 535-558, 2017
Youth arts and mental health: exploring connections in the Top End
G Ennis, J Tonkin
Neighbourhood networking: a critical social work approach to'creating community'in a culturally diverse setting
GM Ennis
PQDT-Global, 2011
Can workplaces foster an openness to diversity surreptitiously?
SA Moss, G Ennis, KZ Zander, T Bartram, D Hedley
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2018
Adventure territory: An action evaluation of an Outback Australian performance project
G Ennis, H Clark, F Corfield
Youth Theatre Journal 28 (2), 115-129, 2014
Community engagement in Aboriginal enterprise development–Kakadu plum as a case analysis
J Gorman, G Ennis
Journal of Rural Studies 92, 109-119, 2022
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