Lohmeyer, B. A. (2020). Youth and Violent Performativities: Re-Examining the Connection Between Young People and Violence (Vol. 11). Edited by Johanna Wyn, Helen Cahill  and Hernan Cuervo. Vol. 11, Perspectives on Children and Young People. Singapore: Springer.

Daughtry, P., & Devenish, S. (Eds.). (2016). Spirituality for Youth-Work Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars.

Journal Articles: 

Lohmeyer, B. A., & Taylor, N. (2020). War, Heroes and Sacrifice: Masking Neoliberal Violence During the COVID-19 PandemicCritical Sociology

Daughtry, P. J. (2020). “Portraits of the “Shy Hope”: Engaging Youth Spiritualities in the Australian Context.” The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society 10 (1): 13-27. doi:10.18848/2154-8633/CGP/v10i01/13-27.

Lohmeyer, B. A. (2019). ‘Keen as Fuck’: Youth participation in qualitative research as ‘parallel projects’. Qualitative Research. doi:10.1177/1468794118816627

Wendt, S.C., Natalier, K.A., Seymour, C.A., King, D. and Macaitis, K.M. (2019). Strengthening the Domestic and Family Violence Workforce: Key Questions. Australian Social Work

Lohmeyer, B. A. (2018), “Calling bullshit” in the age of hollow government: hyper-governed young people’s rejection of Fair Process and the subversion of restorative practicesJournal of Applied Youth Studies, 2(4) 57 – 70.

Lohmeyer, B. A. (2018). Youth as an artefact of governing violence: violence to young people shapes violence by young peopleCurrent Sociology, 66(7), 1070-1086 doi:10.1177/0011392117738040

Lohmeyer, B. A. (2017). Youth and their workers: the interacting subjectification effects of neoliberal social policy and NGO practice frameworks. Journal of Youth Studies, 20(12), 1263-1276. doi:10.1080/13676261.2017.1321109

Lohmeyer, B. A. (2017). Restorative Practices and Youth Work: Theorizing Professional Power Relationships with Young People. Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 25(4), 375-390. doi:10.1177/1103308816640080

King, D., Mavromaras, K., Wei, Z., He, B., Healy, J., Macaitis, K., et al. (2013). The aged care workforce, 2012. Canberra: Australian Government of Health and Ageing.

Hannes, K. and Macaitis, K. (2012). A move to more systematic and transparent approaches in qualitative evidence synthesis: Update on a review of published papers. Qualitative Research, 12(4) pp. 402-442.

Daughtry, P. (2011). ‘2 am on a grassy knoll’: a perspective on distinctive youth worker attributes. Youth Studies Australia, 30(4), 25-32.

Book Chapters:

Lohmeyer, B. (2019) “Informal education, welfare and neoliberalism: Youth Work Practice and citizenship formation”, In A. Peterson, G. Stahl, & H. Soong (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Citizenship and Education. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Macaitis, K. & Daughtry, P. (2016) “A Storytelling Spirituality” in Daughtry, P. & Devenish, S. (eds) Burning Conversations. Spirituality for youth-work: New vocabulary, concepts and practices. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Lohmeyer, B. (2016) “Angry Young Men and the Spiritual Intelligence of Peace Building as a Youth Work Practice”, In Phil Daughtry & Stuart Devenish (Eds.) (2016). Spirituality in Youth Work: new vocabularies, concepts and practices.Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Daughtry, P. (2010). The benefits of an integrated sacred–secular approach to youth worker training. Religion and Spirituality, 175.

Conference Papers:

Macaitis, K. & Daughtry, P. (2019). “Priests are psychologists – Come back to church!” – observations of dreaming & awakening as therapeutic phenomena in reflective educational practice, Conference paper presented at: ‘Spirituality in Society and the Professions’, Annual European SPES Conference, May 16-18, 2019, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland.

Daughtry, P. (2017). ‘… we have no choice. God is with us.’ – Karl Rahner, primordial experience of God and contemporary formation, presented at Pray Without Ceasing: Perspectives in Spirituality Studies, University of Zurich and the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality, Kloster Kappel, Switzerland

Daughtry, P. (2016). ‘It is worth doing nothing and having a rest’ – contemplative practice as resistance in an era of exhaustion’: a perspective on distinctive youth worker attributes, presented at the Fourth International Conference of the British Association for the Study of Spirituality, Manchester, UK, and also at Durham University in postgraduate seminar, May 19, 2016

Lohmeyer, B. A. (2016). “Keen as fuck”: The subjectifying effects of young people’s discursive and practical outcomes from participating in semi-structured interviews.  Refereed Proceedings of TASA 2016 Conference, Melbourne

Lohmeyer, B. A. (2014). Taking Restorative Practice Seriously. Paper presented at the International Institute of Restorative Practices 17th World Conference, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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