Jay Marlowe
Jay Marlowe
Associate Professor - University of Auckland, Co-director - Centre for Asia Pacific Refugee Studies
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Beyond the discourse of trauma: Shifting the focus on Sudanese refugees
JM Marlowe
Journal of refugee studies 23 (2), 183-198, 2010
Refugee resettlement and parenting in a different context
SA Deng, JM Marlowe
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 11 (4), 416-430, 2013
Hard Yards High Hopes: The educational challenges of African refugee university students in Australia
V Harris, J Marlowe
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 23 (2 …, 2011
‘Walking the line’: Southern Sudanese masculinities and reconciling one's past with the present
JM Marlowe
Ethnicities 12 (1), 50-66, 2012
The integration of personal and professional selves: Developing students' critical awareness in social work practice
JM Marlowe, C Appleton, SA Chinnery, S Van Stratum
Social Work Education 34 (1), 60-73, 2015
Conceptualising refugee resettlement in contested landscapes
JM Marlowe
Australasian Review of African Studies, 2009
Language translation during disaster: A comparative analysis of five national approaches
S O’Brien, F Federici, P Cadwell, J Marlowe, B Gerber
International journal of disaster risk reduction 31, 627-636, 2018
Children with Disabilities and Disaster Risk Reduction: A Review
S Ronoh, JC Gaillard, J Marlowe
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 6 (1), 38-48, 2015
Accessing authentic knowledge: being and doing with the Sudanese community
J Marlowe
Australian Community Psychologist 21 (1), 39-49, 2009
Sudanese settlement: Employing strategies of intercultural contact and cultural maintenance
J Marlowe
Australasian Review of African Studies, The 32 (2), 101, 2011
Digital belongings: The intersections of social cohesion, connectivity and digital media
JM Marlowe, A Bartley, F Collins
Ethnicities 17 (1), 85-102, 2017
Teaching trauma: Critically engaging a troublesome term
J Marlowe, C Adamson
Social Work Education 30 (6), 623-634, 2011
The Canterbury earthquakes and refugee communities
J Marlowe, L Lou
Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work 25 (2), 58, 2013
Beyond mere presence—making diversity work
C Irizarry, J Marlowe
Social Work Education 29 (1), 96-107, 2010
Get prepared: Discourse for the privileged?
D Blake, J Marlowe, D Johnston
International journal of disaster risk reduction 25, 283-288, 2017
Using a narrative approach of double-listening in research contexts
J Marlowe
International Journal of Narrative Therapy & Community Work 2010 (3), 41, 2010
Children with disabilities and disaster preparedness: a case study of Christchurch
S Ronoh, JC Gaillard, J Marlowe
Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 10 (2), 91-102, 2015
Rejecting Ahmed's ‘melancholy migrant’: South Sudanese Australians in higher education
A Harris, J Marlowe, N Nyuon
Studies in Higher Education 40 (7), 1226-1238, 2015
The New Zealand Refugee Resettlement Strategy: implications for identity, acculturation and civic participation
JM Marlowe, A Bartley, A Hibtit
Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 9 (2), 60-69, 2014
Lessons from disaster: the power and place of story
C Mutch, J Marlowe
Disaster Prevention and Management, 2013
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