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Understanding paid support relationships: possibilities for mutual recognition between young people with disability and their support workers
S Robinson, A Graham, KR Fisher, K Neale, L Davy, K Johnson, E Hall
Disability & Society 36 (9), 1423-1448, 2021
272021
Hosts, guests and a drug culture in a destination: A case study of Nimbin, Australia
J Buultjens, K Neale, M Lamont
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 2 (3), 185-195, 2013
242013
Disability and support relationships: What role does policy play?
KR Fisher, S Gendera, A Graham, S Robinson, K Johnson, K Neale
Australian Journal of Public Administration 78 (1), 37-55, 2019
172019
Collaborative Destination Management Planning: A Case Study of Byron Bay, Australia.
J Buultjens, N White, K Neale
Journal of Travel & Tourism Research, 2012
162012
Integrating service delivery in a regional homelessness service system
K Neale, J Buultjens, T Evans
Australian Journal of Social Issues 47 (2), 243-261, 2012
142012
Recognition in relationships between young people with cognitive disabilities and support workers
S Robinson, M Blaxland, KR Fisher, K Johnson, C Kuang, A Graham, ...
Children and Youth Services Review 116, 105177, 2020
112020
Impact of organisational practices on the relationships between young people with disabilities and paid social support workers
KR Fisher, S Robinson, K Neale, A Graham, K Johnson, L Davy, EC Hall
Journal of Social Work 21 (6), 1377-1398, 2021
102021
Pandemic gardening: A narrative review, vignettes and implications for future research
J Kingsley, K Donati, J Litt, N Shimpo, C Blythe, J Vávra, S Caputo, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 128062, 2023
72023
Using the ‘in-between’to build quality in support relationships with people with cognitive disability: the significance of liminal spaces and time
S Robinson, E Hall, KR Fisher, A Graham, K Johnson, K Neale
Social & Cultural Geography 24 (1), 175-194, 2023
72023
Relationships and recognition: photos about working together
K Neale, S Robinson, J Speeding, S Poredos
Centre for Children and Young People, 2017
12017
A conceptual model of recycling behaviour for away-from-home residents
K Neale, P Vitartas
International Non-profit and Social Marketing Conference, 2009
12009
Growing your own food and foraging can help tackle your ballooning grocery bill. Here’s how
K Neale
The Conversation, 2023
2023
Usar el ‘intermedio’para generar calidad en las relaciones de apoyo con personas con discapacidad cognitiva: la importancia de los espacios y tiempos liminales
S Robinson, E Hall, KR Fisher, A Graham, K Johnson, K Neale
Social and Cultural Geography, 2021
2021
EXPERIENCE OF SUPPORT RELATIONSHIPS BY YOUNG PEOPLE AND SUPPORT WORKERS, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVING DISABILITY SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS
S Robinson, A Graham, K Fisher, K Neale, E Hall, K Johnson, J Speeding
JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH 63 (7), 720-720, 2019
2019
Children and ethical consumption
KE Neale
Southern Cross University, 2015
2015
What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know about Capitalism: A Citizen's Guide to Capitalism and the EnvironmentFred Magdoff and John Bellamy Foster New York: Monthly Review …
K Neale
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 28 (1), 59-61, 2012
2012
The role of perceived behavioural control in away-from-home recycling
K Neale, P Vitartas
Connecting thought and action: International Nonprofit & Social Marketing …, 2010
2010
Away from home recycling: factors affecting intention
K Neale, P Vitartas
International Nonprofit and Social Marketing Conference, 0
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