Vol 9, No 1 (2016)

It is with great pleasure that we publish Gateways' ninth volume, which features engaged research from Canada, Australia, the United States, South Africa, Uganda and Japan. A noteworthy element of a number of these articles is the degree of critical reflection on the strengths and challenges experienced by university-community collaborations. These constructive discussions explore both practical and theoretical implications, not just for established academics but emerging scholars, and those based abroad, who juggle multiple 'homes'. A number of other articles examine the benefits of using arts- and culture-based methodologies when engaging with youth, particularly when dealing with complex issues such as mental health and wellbeing.

We hope you enjoy the volume. Feedback is welcome: please email gateways@uts.edu.au

 

Table of Contents

Research articles (Refereed)

Robin Lindquist-Grantz, Lisa M Vaughn
1–21
Deborah Warr, Richard Williams
22–40
Cindy Hanson, Adeyemi Ogunade
41–57
Maretha De Waal, Oumiki Khumisi
58–73
Ciann Wilson, Vanessa Oliver, Sarah Flicker, Native Youth Sexual Health Network, Tracey Prentice, Randy Jackson, June Larkin, Jean-Paul Restoule, Claudia Mitchell
74–88
Lori Peek, Jennifer Tobin-Gurley, Robin S Cox, Leila Scannell, Sarah Fletcher, Cheryl Heykoop
89–112
Paul Schvaneveldt, Todd Spencer
113–131

Practice-based articles (Non-refereed)

Jonathan Damiani
132–144
Renato M Liboro, Robb Travers
145–158
Anthony Egeru, Paul Nampala, Henry Massa-Makuma, Moses Osiru, Adipala Ekwamu
159–171
Christine A Garinger, Kristin A Reynolds, John R Walker, Emma Firsten-Kaufman, Alicia S Raimundo, Pauline C Fogarty, Mark W Leonhart, Mobilizing Minds Research Group
172–185