Here are some highlights from my publishing career, and you can see everything in my CV here.

 

You can also watch one of my conference presentations here.

 

Stuart, K. and Wilcox, M. (2015) ‘System Leadership Development in Children’s Centres in the UK’, in review with the Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal.

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Stuart, K. (2015) ‘50 Shades of Outcomes‘, in The Centre for Youth Impact Resource Hub. London: CYI.

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Stuart. K., Maynard, L. (2015) ‘Non-formal youth development and its impact on young people’s lives‘ in the Italian Journal of Youth Work.

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Stuart, K., Maynard, L., Rouncefield, C. (2015) Evaluation Practice for Projects with Young People. London: SAGE.

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Stuart, K. (2014) ‘Collaborative Agency to Support Integrated Care for Children, Young People and Families: An Action Research Study’ the International Journal of Integrated Care.

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Stuart, K. (2014) ‘Activity Theory as a Reflective and Analytic Tool for Action Research on Multi-Professional Collaborative Practice’, The Journal of Reflective Practice.

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Stuart, K. (2013) ‘Becomings’ in Action Research in Diverse Contexts: The Contemporary Challenge’, The Collaborative Action Research Network Bulletin 2013.

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Stuart, K. (2012) ‘Storytelling and Cycles of Development’ in Paul McIntosh and Digby Warren (eds.) Creativity in the Classroom: Case studies in using the arts in teaching and learning in higher education. Bristol: Intellect Books.

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Stuart, K. (2011) ‘Narratives and activity theory as reflective tools in action research‘ Educational Action Research Journal 20:3.

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Stuart, K. (2011) ‘Leading multi-professional teams in the children’s workforce: an action research project’, International Journal of Integrated Care, 13.


 

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