Margaret Merga
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Omega-3 fatty acids. What consumers need to know
A McManus, M Merga, W Newton
Appetite 57 (1), 80-83, 2011
Peer Group and Friend Influences on the Social Acceptability of Adolescent Book Reading
MK Merga
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 57 (6), 472-482, 2014
The influence of access to eReaders, computers and mobile phones on children's book reading frequency
MK Merga, S Mat Roni
Computers & Education, 2017
Reading Aloud: Children's Attitudes toward being Read to at Home and at School
S Ledger, MK Merga
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 43 (3), 2018
Access to books in the home and adolescent engagement in recreational book reading: considerations for secondary school educators
MK Merga
English in Education, 2015
“She knows what I like”: Student-generated best-practice statements for encouraging recreational book reading in adolescents
MK Merga
Australian Journal of Education, 2015
“I don't know if she likes reading”: Are teachers perceived to be keen readers, and how is this determined?
M Merga
English in Education 50 (3), 255-269, 2016
Are teenagers really keen digital readers?: Adolescent engagement in ebook reading and the relevance of paper books today
MK Merga
English in Australia 49 (1), 27-37, 2014
What motivates avid readers to maintain a regular reading habit in adulthood?
MK Merga
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy 40 (2), 2017
The impact of social influences on high school students' recreational reading
MK Merga, B Moon
The High School Journal 99 (2), 122-140, 2016
Are Western Australian adolescents keen book readers?
MK Merga
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, The 37 (3), 161-170, 2014
What would make them read more? Insights from Western Australian adolescents
MK Merga
Asia Pacific Journal of Education 36 (3), 409-424, 2016
Are avid adolescent readers social networking about books?
MK Merga
New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship 21 (1), 1-16, 2015
Western Australian adolescents' reasons for infrequent engagement in recreational book reading.
MK Merga
Literacy Learning: the Middle Years 22 (2), 2014
Exploring the role of parents in supporting recreational book reading beyond primary school
MK Merga
English in Education, 2014
Should Silent Reading feature in a secondary school English programme? West Australian students’ perspectives on Silent Reading
MK Merga
English in Education 47 (3), 229-244, 2013
How do librarians in schools support struggling readers?
MK Merga
English in Education, 2019
A Current View of the Thesis by Publication in the Humanities and Social Sciences
S Mason, MK Merga
International Journal of Doctoral Studies 13, 139-154, 2018
Interactive reading opportunities beyond the early years: What educators need to consider
MK Merga
Australian Journal of Education 61 (3), 328-343, 2017
Choosing Strategies of Children and the Impact of Age and Gender on Library Use: Insights for Librarians
MK Merga, S Mat Roni
Journal of Library Administration, 2017
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