Margaret Merga
Margaret Merga
Edith Cowan University
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TitleCited byYear
Omega-3 fatty acids. What consumers need to know
A McManus, M Merga, W Newton
Appetite 57 (1), 80-83, 2011
472011
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
382014
The influence of access to eReaders, computers and mobile phones on children's book reading frequency
MK Merga, S Mat Roni
Computers & Education, 2017
282017
“She knows what I like”: Student-generated best-practice statements for encouraging recreational book reading in adolescents
MK Merga
Australian Journal of Education, 2015
242015
Access to books in the home and adolescent engagement in recreational book reading: considerations for secondary school educators
MK Merga
English in Education, 2015
232015
Are Western Australian adolescents keen book readers?
MK Merga
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, The 37 (3), 161, 2014
232014
What would make them read more? Insights from Western Australian adolescents
MK Merga
Asia Pacific Journal of Education 36 (3), 409-424, 2016
222016
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, 2014
212014
Western Australian adolescents' reasons for infrequent engagement in recreational book reading
MK Merga
Literacy Learning: the Middle Years 22 (2), 60, 2014
192014
Exploring the role of parents in supporting recreational book reading beyond primary school
MK Merga
English in Education, 2014
192014
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
192013
Thesis by publication in education: An autoethnographic perspective for educational researchers
MK Merga
Issues in Educational Research 25 (2), 291-308, 2015
172015
“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
162016
The impact of social influences on high school students' recreational reading
MK Merga, B Moon
The High School Journal 99 (2), 122-140, 2016
162016
Are avid adolescent readers social networking about books?
MK Merga
New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship 21 (1), 1-16, 2015
152015
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
142017
What motivates avid readers to maintain a regular reading habit in adulthood?
MK Merga
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy 40 (2), 2017
142017
Do males really prefer non-fiction, and why does it matter?
MK Merga
English in Australia 52 (1), 27-37, 2017
142017
‘Bring Your Own Device’: Considering potential risks to student health
MK Merga
Health Education Journal, 2015
142015
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
132018
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