Books & Chapters in Books


Chapters in Books

  • Newbury, J. & Vachon, W. (2019).  Community settings, outreach, and youth engagement.  In K. Gharabaghi (ed.).  Child and Youth Care across Sectors: Canadian and Global Perspectives.  Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
  • Hoskins, M. & Newbury, J. (2018).  Youth in Canada: Potential, promises, and positive directions.  In   M. J. Nakkula and A. J. Schneider-Munoz (Eds.).  Adolescent Psychology in Today’s World: Global Perspectives on Risk, Relationships, and Development.  Volume One: The Americas. Santa Barbara, CA: PRAEGER.
  • Newbury, J. & Gibson, K.  (2015). Post-industrial Pathways for a ‘Single Industry Resource Town’: a Community Economies Approach.  In I. Vaccaro; K. Harper; & D. S. Murray.  (eds.).  Postindustrial debates: The economies and ecology of disconnection.  London, UK:  Earthscan-Routledge.
  • Blades, D. & Newbury, J.  (2014).  Learning to let go of sustainability.  In S. Alsop & L. Bencze, Activist Science and Technology Education.  New York, NY: Springer.
  • Newbury, J.  (2014).  Post Growth Possibilities for Child and Youth Care.  In K. Gharabaghi, H. Skott-Myhre, & M.  Krueger, With Children and Youth.  Kitchener, ON: WLU Press. pp. 121-147.
  • Newbury, J.  (2013).  Situational analysis: Centreless systems and human service practices.  In K. Charmaz & A. Clarke, Grounded Theory and Situational Analysis: Four Volume Set.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.
  • Newbury, J.  (2011).  Contextualizing care: Generating alternatives to the individualization of struggles and support by considering loss.  In A. Pence & J. White.  Child and Youth Care: Critical Perspectives on Pedagogy, Practice, and Policy.  Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.  pp. 158-178.

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