Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

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Under Review:

Munford, R. and Sanders, J. (under review). Components of Effective Social Work Practice in Mental Health for Young People who are Users of Multiple Services. Social Work in Mental Health.

Munford, R. and Sanders, J. (under review). Understanding Service Engagement: Young People’s Experience of Service Use. Journal of Social Work.

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Boden, J., and, Liebenberg, L. (under review). The same but different? Applicability of a general resilience model to vulnerable youth. Youth and Society.

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In Press:

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Liebenberg, L., and Ungar, M. (in press). The peer paradox: Implications for policy and practice of the tensions that peer relationships raise for vulnerable youth. Submitted to Child & Family Social Work.

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Liebenberg, L., & Ungar, M. (in press). The peer paradox - the tensions that peer relationships raise for vulnerable youth. Child & Family Social Work.

Stevens, K., Munford, R., Sanders, J., Liebenberg, L., & Ungar, M. (in press). Change, relationships and implications for practice: The experience of young people who use multiple services. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family.

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Available Online First:

Liebenberg, L., Ikeda, J., & Ungar, M. (in press/available online first). The Discourse of Responsibilization and Youth At Risk. British Journal of Social Work. doi:10.1093/bjsw/bct172

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2016:

Collie, R. J., Martin, A. J., Bottrell, D., Armstrong, D., Ungar, M., & Liebenberg, L. (2016). Social support, academic adversity, and academic buoyancy: A person-centered analysis and implications for resilience and academic outcomes. Educational Psychology. Doi: 10.1080/01443410.2015.1127330

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2015:

Martin, A. J., Bottrell, D., Armstrong, D., Mansour, M., Ungar, M., and Liebenberg, L. (2015). The role of resilience in assisting the educational connectedness of at-risk youth: A study of service users and non-users. Submitted to Journal of Research on Adolescence.

Liebenberg, L., Theron, L., Sanders, J., Munford, R., van Rensburg, A., Rothmann, S., & Ungar, M. (2015). Bolstering resilience through teacher-student interaction: Lessons for school psychologists. School Psychology International. Doi: 10.1177/0143034315614689

Allan, R., Eatough, V., & Ungar, M. (2015). "I had no idea this shame piece was in me": Couple and family therapists' experience with learning an evidence-based practice. Cogent Psychology. Doi: 10.1080/23311908.2015.1129120

Lal, S., Ungar, M., Malla, A., Leggo, C., & Suto, M. (2015). Impact of mental health services on resilience in youth with first episode psychosis: A qualitative study. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 1-11. doi:10.1007/s10488-015-0703-4

Allan, R., Eatough, V., & Ungar, M. (2015). “Oh this is what It feels like”: A role for the body in learning an evidence-based practice. Humanities, 4, 861-884.

Ungar, M., Theron, L., Liebenberg, L., Restrepo, A., Tian, G., Sanders, J., Munford, R., and Russell, S. (2015). Patterns of Individual Coping, Engagement with Social Supports, and Use of Formal Services Among a Five-country Sample of Resilient Youth. Children and Youth Services Review.

Lachance, L., Bray, J., & Ungar, M. (2015). Brief report: Wisdom 2 Action events as a route for dissemination and network building. International Journal of Child and Youth Resilience, 3(1), 117-124.

Ungar, M. (2015). Patterns of family resilience. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.

Ungar, M., McGrath, P., Black, D., Sketris, I., Whitman, S., and Liebenberg, L. (2015). The Contribution Participatory Action Research Can Make to Knowledge Mobilization in Psychosocial Services for Children and Families. Qualitative social work.

Ungar, M. (2015). Social ecological complexity and resilience processes. Commentary on ‘A conceptual framework for the neurobiological study of resilience.’ Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

Ungar, M., Whitman, S., Hart, A., & Phipps, D. (2015). A simulation exercise to problem solve knowledge mobilization strategies for youth services. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement.

Li, Haibin, Liebenberg, L., and Ungar, M. (2015). Understanding Service Provision and Utilization for Vulnerable Youth: Evidence from Multiple Informants. Submitted to Child and Family Social Work.

Liebenberg, L., Ungar, M., & Ikeda, J. (2015). Neoliberalism and responsibilisation in the discourse of social service workers. British Journal of Social Work, 45(3), 1006-1021.

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Anwar, W., Liebenberg, L., & Ungar, M. (2015). The role of positive youth development practices in building resilience and enhancing wellbeing for at-risk youth. Child Abuse & Neglect. Doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.02.006

Ungar, M. (2015). Practitioner Review: Diagnosing childhood resilience: A systemic approach to the diagnosis of adaptation in adverse social ecologies. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 56(1), 4-17.

Munford, R. and Sanders, J. (2015). Making Sense of their Experiences and Taking Control. Qualitative Social Work, Advance Access: Doi: 10.1177/1473325014565149.

Henry, S., Henaghan, M., Sanders, J. and Munford, R. (2015). Youth in Youth Justice Interventions: Wellbeing and Accountability. Youth Justice, Advance Access: Doi: 10.1177/1473225414562636.

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2014:

Munford, R. and Sanders, J. (2014). Negotiating and Constructing Identity: Social Work with Young People who Experience Adversity. British Journal of Social Work, Advance Access: Doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcu059.

Sanders, J. and Munford, R. (2014). Youth-centred Practice: Positive Youth Development Practices and Pathways to Better Outcomes for Vulnerable Youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 10.1016/j.childyouth.2014.08.020

Sanders, J. & Munford, R. (2014). The interaction between culture and opportunity: A New Zealand study. In Theron, L., Ungar, M. & Liebenberg, L. (Eds.) Youth Resilience and Culture - Commonalities and Complexities. USA, Springer.

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Liebenberg, L. and Ungar, M. (2014). Peer Paradox: The Tensions that Peer Relationships Raise for Vulnerable Youth. Child and Family Social Work, doi: 10.1111/cfs.12188.

Liebenberg, L., Sanders, J., Munford, R. and Thimasarn-Anwar, T. (2014). Validation of the Hektner Future Emotions Questions as a Scale for Use with Youth in New Zealand. Child Indicators Research. DOI 10.1007/s12187-014-9269-z.

Urry, Y., Sanders, J. and Munford, R. (2014). The ‘right time’: negotiating the timing of interviews with vulnerable young people. Journal of Youth Studies. DOI:10.1080/13676261.2014.944120.

Thimarsarn-Anwar, T., Sanders, J. & Munford, R., Jones, G. & Liebenberg, L. (2014). Rethinking late and lost to follow-up participants: The Youth Transitions Study. Journal of Youth Studies, 17(5), 626-641.

Liebenberg, L. Ungar, M., and Theron, L. (2014). Using video observation and photo elicitation interviews to understand obscured processes in the lives of resilient youth. Childhood, 21(4), 532 - 547. DOI: 10.1177/0907568213496652

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Liebenberg, L. and Henaghan, M. (2014). Show some emotion? Ethical and emotional tensions in undertaking research with vulnerable youth. Field Methods,26,239-251. DOI: 10.1177/1525822X13516842

Ungar, M., Liebenberg, L., and Ikeda, J. (2014). Young People with Complex Needs: Designing Coordinated Interventions to Promote Resilience across Child Welfare, Juvenile Corrections, Mental Health and Education Services. British Journal of Social Work, 44, 675-693. DOI: 10.1093/bjsw/bcs147

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Liebenberg, L., and Ungar, M. (2014). Consistent Service Quality: The Connection between Service Quality, Risk, Resilience and Outcomes for Vulnerable Youth Clients of Multiple Services, Child Abuse and Neglect, 38, 687-697. DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.10.024

Theron, L.C., Liebenberg, L. and Malinidi, M. J. (2014). When schooling experiences are respectful of children’s rights: A pathway to resilience. School Psychology International, 35(3), 253-265. DOI: 1177/0142723713503254

Liebenberg, L., and Ungar, M. (2014). A Comparison of Service Use among Youth Involved with Juvenile Justice and Mental Health. Children and Youth Services Review, 39, 117-122. DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2014.02.007

Ungar, M., Russell, P., & Connolly, G. (2014). School-based interventions to enhance the resilience of students. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 4(1), 66-83.

Porcelli, P., Ungar, M., Liebenberg, L., &Trépanier, N. (2014). (Micro)mobility, disability and resilience: Exploring well-being among youth with physical disabilities. Disability and Society. Doi: 10.1080/09687599.2014.902360

Allan, R. & Ungar, M. (2014). Developing a measure of fidelity for an ecological approach to family therapy. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 25(1). 26-41. Doi: 10.1080/08975353.2014.881688

Lal, S., Ungar, M., Malla, A.K., Frankish, J., &Suto, M.J. (2014). Meanings of well-being from the perspectives of youth recently diagnosed with psychosis. Journal of Mental Health, 23(1), 25-30.

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2013:

Sanders, J., Munford, R., Liebenberg, L. & Ungar, M. (2013). Multiple service use: The impact of consistency in service quality for vulnerable youth. Child Abuse and Neglect, 38(4), 687-697.

McLuckie, A., Allan, R., & Ungar, M. (2013). Couple and Family Therapy within the current pan-Canadian context. Contemporary Family Therapy. doi 10.1007/s10591-013-9264-4

Liebenberg, L., Ungar, M., &Theron, L. (2013). Using video observation and photo elicitation interviews to understand obscured processes in the lives of resilient youth. Childhood. Available at: chd.sagepub.com. DOI: 10.1177/0907568213496652

Lal, S., Ungar, M., Leggo, C., Malla, A.K., Frankish, J., &Suto, M.J. (2013). Well-being and engagement in valued activities: Experiences of youth with psychosis. OTJR: Occupation, Participation, and Health, 33(4), 190-197.

Ungar, M., Liebenberg, L., Armstrong, M., Dudding, P., and Van de Vijver, F. (2013). Patterns of Psychosocial Service Use: Individual and Contextual Risk factors, and Resilience among Adolescents Using Multiple Services. Child Abuse and Neglect, 37, 150-159. DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2012.05.007

Cameron, A., Theron, L., Tapanya, S., Li. C., Lau, C., Liebenberg, L., & Ungar, M. (2013). Visual perspectives on Majority World adolescent thriving. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 23 (1), 149-161.

Liborio, R. & Ungar, M. (2013). Resilience as Protagonism: Interpersonal Relationships, Cultural Practices and Personal Agency among Working Adolescents in Brazil. Journal of Youth Studies. DOI:10.1080/13676261.2013.834313

Liebenberg, L., Ungar, M., & LeBlanc, J. C. (2013). The CYRM-12: A brief measure of resilience. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 104(2), 131-135.

Theron, L. C., & Donald, D. R. (2013). Educational psychology and resilience in developing contexts: A rejoinder to Toland and Carrigan. School Psychology International, 34, 51-66. doi: 10.1177/0143034311425579.

Thimasarn-Anwar, T., Sanders, J., Munford, R., Jones, G., & Liebenberg, L. (2013). Re-thinking late and lost to follow-up participants: the New Zealand youth transitions study. Journal of Youth Studies, 16(23). DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2013.836593

Ungar, M., Ghazinour, M., & Richter, J. (2013). What is Resilience Within the Ecology of Human Development? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 54(4), 348-366DOI: 10.1111/jcpp.12025

Ungar, M., Liebenberg, L., Armstrong, M., Dudding, P., & Van de Vijver, F. J. R. (2013). Patterns of service use, individual and contextual risk factors, and resilience among adolescents using multiple psychosocial servicesChild Abuse & Neglect, 37(2-3)150-159.

Ungar, M. & Liebenberg, L. (2013). Contextual Factors Related to School Engagement and Resilience: A Study of Canadian Youth with Complex Needs. Journal of Child and Youth Development, 1(1), 3-26

Ungar, M., & Liebenberg, L. (2013). Ethnocultural factors, resilience, and school engagement.School Psychology International, 34(5), 514-526.

Ungar, M. (2013). Resilience after maltreatment: The importance of social services as facilitators of positive adaptation. Child Abuse & Neglect, 37(2), 110-115.

Ungar, M. (2013). Resilience, trauma, context and culture. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 14(3), 255-266.

Ungar, M. (2013). The impact of youth-adult relationships on resilience. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 4(3), 328-336DOI: 10.1177/1524838013487805

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2012:

Allan, R., & Ungar, M. (2012). Couple and family therapy with five physical rehabilitation populations: A scoping reviewAustralian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling, 18(2), 107-134.

Elias, M. J., & Theron, L. C. (2012). Linking purpose and ethics in thesis writing: South African illustrations of an international perspective. In J. G. Maree (Ed.), Complete your thesis or dissertation successfully: Practical guidelines (pp.145-160). Cape Town, South Africa:Juta.

Lal, S., Suto, M., & Ungar, M. (2012). Examining the Potential of Combining the Methods of Grounded Theory and Narrative Inquiry: A Comparative Analysis. The Qualitative Report, 17(41), 1-22.

Liebenberg, L., Ungar, M., & Van de Vijver, F. (2012). Validation of the Child and Youth Resilience Measure-28 (CYRM-28) among Canadian youth. Research of Social Work Practice, 22 (2), 219-226.

Liebenberg, L., Didkowsky, N. & Ungar, M. (2012). Analysing visual data using grounded theory: An exemplar of the Negotiating Resilience Project. Visual Studies, 1(27), 59-74.

Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Liebenberg, L. (2012). Young People, Their Families and Social Supports: Understanding Resilience with Complexity Theory. In, M. Ungar (Ed.), The Social Ecology of Resilience: A Handbook of Theory and Practice (pp.233-243). New York, NY: Springer.

Ungar, M., Liebenberg, L., & Ikeda, J. (2012). Young people with complex needs: Designing coordinated interventions to promote resilience across child welfare, juvenile corrections, mental health and education servicesBritish Journal of Social Work. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcs147

Ungar, M., Liebenberg, L., Landry, N., & Ikeda, J. (2012). Caregivers, young people with complex needs, and multiple service providers: A study of triangulated relationships. Family process, 51(2), 193-206.

Ungar, M. (2012). Camps helps make children resilient. Camping Magazine, Sept/Oct, 24-27.

Ungar, M. (2012). Researching and theorizing resilience across cultures and contextsPreventive Medicine, 55(5), 387-389.

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2011:

Cameron, A., Theron, L., Ungar, M., & Liebenberg, L. (2011). Adapting visual methodologies to identify youth protective processes in negotiating resilience across cultures and contexts. Australian Community Psychologist, 23 (2), 68–84.

Liebenberg, L. & Ungar, M. (2011). Ethical concerns regarding participation of marginalized youth in research. Bulletin of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, 1 (59), 24-27.

Montoya, N., Restrepo, A., Duque, L. F., & Ungar, M. (2011). Predicting resilient adolescents and youths: Validation of ascreening test in Colombia. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 34, 1–22

Theron, L., Cameron, A., Lau, C., Didkowsky, N., Ungar, M., & Liebenberg, L. (2011). A ‘day in the lives’ of four resilient youths: Cultural roots of resilience. Youth and Society. doi: 10.1177/0044118X11402853

Ungar, M. (2011). Comme vincere un sistema iperprotettivo [How to stop overprotective parenting]. Special Issue: Parent protection and emancipation. Famiglia Oggi, 2(Mar-Apr), 8-15.

Ungar, M. (2011). Community resilience for youth and families: Facilitative physical and social capital in contexts of adversity. Children and Youth Social Services Review, 33, 1742–1748.

Ungar, M. (2011). The social ecology of resilience. Addressing contextual and cultural ambiguity of a nascent construct. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 81, 1-17.

Ungar, M. (2011). The Social Worker: A Novel: The Advantages of Fictional Re-presentations of Life Narratives. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies, 11(3), 290–302.

Ungar, M., Duque, L.F. & Hernandez, D.M. (2011). Focus groups and longitudinal evaluation of intervention outcomes: Results from the Medellin Early Prevention of Aggression Program. International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 5 (1), 40-51.

Ungar, M. & Liebenberg, L. (2011). Assessing Resilience across Cultures Using Mixed Methods: Construction of The Child and Youth Resilience Measure. Journal of Multiple Methods in Research, 5 (2), 126-149. 

Ungar, M., Theron, L. & Didkowsky, N. (2011). Adolescents' precocious and developmentally appropriate contributions to their families' well-being and resilience in five countries. Family Relations, 60 (2),231-246.

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2010:

Didkowsky, N., & Ungar, M. (2010). Using a development-in-context approach to conceptualize the impact of sociopolitical restructuring on youth resilience in Russia. Youth and Society.

Didkowsky, N. Ungar, M., & Liebenberg, L. (2010). Using visual methods to capture embedded processes of resilience for youth across cultures and contexts. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,19(1), 12-18.

Lee, T.Y., Kwong, W.M., Cheung, C.K., Ungar, M. & Cheung, M.Y.L. (2010). Children's resilience-related beliefs as a predictor of positive child development in the face of adversities: Implications for interventions to enhance children's quality of life. Social Indicators Research, 93(3), 437-453.

Liborio, R. & Ungar, M. (2010). Resiliência oculta: a construção social do conceito e suas implicações para práticas profissionais junto a adolescentes em situação de risco [Hidden resilience: The social construction of the concept and implications for professional practices with at-risk adolescents].Psicologia, Reflexão e Crítica, 23(3), 476-484.

Liborio, R. & Ungar, M. (2010). Children's labour and work as a risky pathway to resilience: Children's growth in contexts of poor resources. Psicologia Reflexao e Critica, 23(2), 232-242.

Liborio, R. & Ungar, M. (2010). Children's perspectives on their economic activity as a pathway to resilience. Children and Society, 24, 326-338.

Ungar, M. (2010). Families as navigators and negotiators: Facilitating culturally and contextually specific expressions of resilience. Family Process, 49(3), 421-435.

Ungar, M. (2010). Aspetti generali e culturali della resiliencza nei bambini e nei giovani. Revista Sperimentale di Freniatria, 84(1), 109-122.

Ungar, M. (2010). What Is Resilience Across Cultures and Contexts? Advances to the Theory of Positive Development among Individuals and Families under Stress. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 21(1), 1-16.

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2009:

Ungar, M. (2009). Overprotective parenting: Helping parents provide children the right amount of risk and responsibility. American Journal of Family Therapy, 37(3), 258-271.

Ungar, M. (2009). Resilience practice in action: Five principles for intervention. Social Work Now, 43(August), 32-38.

Ungar, M., Barter, K., McConnell, S., Tutty, L. & Fairholm, J. (2009). Patterns of disclosure among youth. Qualitative Social Work, 8(3), 341-356.

Ungar, M. & Liebenberg, L. (2009). Cross-cultural consultation leading to the development of a valid measure of youth resilience:The International Resilience Project. Studia Psychologica, 51(2/3), 259-268.

Ungar, M., Tutty, L., McConnell, S., Fairholm, J. & Barter, K. (2009). What Canadian youth tell us about disclosing abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect, 33(10), 699-708.

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2008:

Hartman, L., Little, A. & Ungar, M. (2008). Narrative inspired youth care work within a community agency. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 27(1), 44-58.

Little, A., Hartman, L. & Ungar, M. (2008). Introducing ‘the narrative construal of reality’ and ‘the club of life’. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, (1), 46-48.

Little, A., Hartman, L. & Ungar, M. (2008). Creating a narrative-based practice culture: Phoenix Youth Programs Case Study. Residential Treatment of Children and Youth, 25(4), 319-332.

Ungar, M. (2008). Resilience across cultures. British Journal of Social Work, 38(2), 218-235.

Ungar, M., Brown, M., Liebenberg, L., Cheung, M. & Levine, K. (2008). Distinguishing differences in pathways to resilience among Canadian youth. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 27(1), 1-13.

Ungar, M., Liebenberg, L., Boothroyd, R., Kwong, W.M., Lee, T.Y., Leblanc, J., Duque, L. & Makhnach, A. (2008). The study of youth resilience across cultures:  Lessons from a pilot study of measurement development. Research in Human Development, 5(3), 166-180.

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2007:

Cameron, C.A., Ungar, M. & Liebenberg, L. (2007). Cultural understandings of resilience: Roots for wings in the development of affective resources for resilience. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinics of North America, 16(2), 285-302.

Carrey, N. & Ungar, M. (2007). Resilience theory and the diagnostic and statistical manual: Incompatible bed fellows? Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinics of North America, 16(2), 497-514.

Carrey, N. & Ungar, M. (Eds) (2007). Resilience. Monograph for the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Vol. 16(2).

Little, A., Hartman, L. & Ungar, M. (2007). Practical Applications of Narrative Ideas to Youth Care. Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 20(4), 37-41.

Ungar, M., Brown, M., Liebenberg, L., Othman, R., Kwong, W.M., Armstrong, M. & Gilgun, J. (2007). Unique pathways to resilience across cultures. Adolescence, 42(166), 287-310.

Ungar, M. & Costanzo, L. (2007). Outsider and insider supervision: Addressing the barriers to MFT supervision. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 26(2), 68-83.

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2006:

Ungar, M. (2006). “Too ambitious”: What happens when funders misunderstand the strengths of qualitative research design. Qualitative Social Work, 5(2), 261-277.

Ungar, M. (2006). Nurturing hidden resilience in at-risk youth across cultures. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 15(2), 53-58.

Ungar, M. (2006). Practising as a postmodern supervisor. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 32(1), 59-72.

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2005:

Armstrong, M., Birnie-Lefcovich, S. & Ungar, M. (2005). Pathways between social support, quality of parenting and child resilience: A transactional model. Journal of Family and Child Studies, 14(2), 269-281.

Ungar, M. (2005). Pathways to resilience among children in Child Welfare, Corrections, Mental Health and Educational settings: Navigation and Negotiation. Child and Youth Care Forum 34(6), 423-444.

Ungar, M. (2005). Resilience among children in child welfare, corrections, mental health and educational settings: Recommendations for service. Child and Youth Care Forum, 34(6), 445-464.

Ungar, M. (2005). A thicker description of resilience. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, (3-4), 89-96.

Ungar, M., Clark, S., Kwong, W.M., Cameron, A. & Makhnach, A. (2005). Researching resilience across cultures. Journal of Cultural and Ethnic Social Work, 14(3/4), 1-20.

Ungar, M., Dumont, C. & MacDonald, W. (2005). Risk, resilience and outdoor programming for at-risk children. Journal of Social Work, 5(3), 319-338.

Ungar, M., Lee. A.W., Callaghan, T. & Boothroyd, R. (2005). An international collaboration to study resilience in adolescents across cultures. Journal of Social Work Research and Evaluation, 6(1), 5-24.

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2004:

Campbell, C.G. & Ungar, M. (2004). Constructing a life that works: Part One. The fit between postmodern family therapy and career counselling.  The Career Development Quarterly, 53(1), 16-27.

Campbell, C.G. & Ungar, M. (2004). Constructing a life that works: Part Two. An approach to practice.  The Career Development Quarterly, 53(1), 28-40.

Ungar, M. (2004). A constructionist discourse on resilience: Multiple contexts, multiple realities among at-risk children and youth. Youth and Society, 35(3), 341-365.

Ungar, M. (2004). Bullies and bullied alike. Relational Child & Youth Care Practice, 17(3), 5-10.

Ungar, M. (2004). Surviving as a postmodern social worker: The 2P’s and 3R’s of practice.  Social Work, 49(3), 488-496.

Ungar, M. (2004). The importance of parents and other caregivers to the resilience of high-risk adolescents. Family Process, 43(1), 23-42.

Ungar, M. (2004). The peer pressure myth. Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 17(1), 11-17.

Ungar, M., Manuel, S., Mealey, S., Thomas, G. & Campbell, C. (2004). A Study of Community Guides: Lessons for Professionals Practicing With/in Communities. Social Work, 49(4), 550-569.

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2003:

Campbell, C. & Ungar, M. (2003). Deconstructing knowledge claims: Epistemological challenges in social work education. Progressive Human Services, 14(1), 41-60.

Smit, A. G. & Liebenberg, L. (2003). Understanding the dynamics of parent-involvement in schooling within the poverty context. South African Journal of Education, 23(1): 1-15.

Ungar, M. (2003). Deep ecology and the roots of resilience: The importance of setting in outdoor experience-based programming for at-risk children. Critical Social Work, 3(1), 18-43.

Ungar, M. (2003). Lessons on “otherness”: Reflections on family therapy while travelling with children through the Middle East. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 22(4), 1-14.

Ungar, M. (2003). The professional social ecologist: Social work redefined. Canadian Social Work Review, 20(1), 5-23.

Ungar, M. (2003). Resilience, resources and relationships: Making integrated services more family-like. Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 16(3), 45-57.

Ungar, M. (2003). Response to letter to the editor from Dr. Geoffrey Greif, re: “A deeper, more social ecological social work practice.” Social Service Review, 77(2), 309-311.

Ungar, M. (2003). Qualitative contributions to resilience research. Qualitative Social Work, 2(1), 85-102.

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2002 and earlier:

Ungar, M. (2002). A deeper, more social ecological social work practice. Social Service Review, 76(3), 480-497.

Ungar, M. (2002). Alliances and Power: Social worker-community relationships. Canadian Social Work Review, 19(2), 227-244.

Ungar, M. (2001).  The Unapologetic Qualitative Social Work Researcher: A Critical look at Research Methods and Questions. Social Work and Social Sciences Review 9(2), 17-24.

Ungar, M. (2001). The social construction of resilience among problem youth in out-of-home placement: A study of health-enhancing deviance. Child and Youth Care Forum, 30(3), 137-154.

Ungar, M. (2001).  Constructing narratives of resilience with high-risk youth.  Journal of Systemic Therapies, 20(2), 58-73.

Ungar, M., Teram, E. & Picketts, J. (2001).  Young Offenders and their communities: Reframing the institution as an extension of the community.  Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 20(2), 29-42.

Ungar, M (2000). The myth of peer pressure: Adolescents and their search for health-enhancing identities. Adolescence, 35(137), 167-180.

Ungar, M. & Teram, E. (2000).  Drifting towards mental health: High-risk adolescents and the process of empowerment.  Youth and Society, 32(2), 225-252.

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