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Cormac O Beaglaoich, Jessica McCutcheon, Paul F Conway, Joan Hanafin and Todd G Morrison (2020). Adolescent Suicide Ideation, Depression and Self-Esteem: Relationships to a New Measure of Gender Role Conflict. Article type: Original Research. Frontiers in Psychology, 11:111. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00111

 

Helen Fitzmaurice, Marie Flynn, Joan Hanafin (2019). Positive dispositions and close alignment: Using Bourdieusian concepts to understand parents’ and teachers’ perceptions of homework. Education 3-13 – International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, DOI: 10.1080/03004279.2019.1674897

 

P. Doorley and J. Hanafin (2018). Prevalence of smoking during pregnancy in Ireland. The Lancet Global Health, Volume 6, Issue 12, Pages e1278. First published online 2018/12/1.

 

J. Hanafin and L. Clancy (2018). National, local and school-level recommendations to prevent youth smoking. SILNE-R Enhancing the Effectiveness of Programs and Strategies to Prevent Youth Smoking: A Comparative Realist Evaluation of Seven European Cities. GA Number AMD 0635056-18. WP3 D3.2 (APPs B, C, D).

 

J. Hanafin and L. Clancy (2018). Preventing youth smoking: Recommendations for 7 European countries (The Netherands, Portugal, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Finland). SILNE-R Enhancing the Effectiveness of Programs and Strategies to Prevent Youth Smoking: A Comparative Realist Evaluation of Seven European Cities. GA Number AMD 0635056-18. WP3 D3.2 (APPs E, F, G, H, J, K, L).

 

L. Clancy and J. Hanafin (2018). Priority Areas for the Prevention of Youth Smoking. ENSP final conference of Horizon2020 SILNE-R project, Prevention of Youth Smoking in Europe: Opportunities for Effective ActionEuropean Parliament, Brussels, 17th October 2018.

 

J. Hanafin and L. Clancy (2018). Lessons for tobacco-related health education. ENSP final conference of Horizon2020 SILNE-R project, Prevention of Youth Smoking in Europe: Opportunities for Effective Action, European Parliament, 17th October 2018.\

 

L. Clancy and J. Hanafin (2018). National and local priorities for the prevention of youth smoking. SILNE-R International Consultation Group Meeting, ENSP, Brussels, 17th October 2018.

 

J. Hanafin and L. Clancy (2018). Tobacco-related health education. SILNE-R International Consultation Group Meeting, ENSP, Brussels, 17th October 2018.

 

J. Hanafin, A. Boyle, L. Boyle and M. Flynn (2018). Inclusion and Leadership in Diverse and Challenging Contexts. Irish Travellers and Early Years Education. Leading & Managing, v24, 2, Nov 2018.

 

A. Boyle, M. Flynn and J. Hanafin (2018). From Absorption to Inclusion: The Evolution of Irish State Policy on Travellers. IN: L. Burton, É Ní Shé and P. Danaher (Eds) Social Capital and Enterprise in the Modern State. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.75-116.

 

A. Boyle, M. Flynn and J. Hanafin (2018). Optimism despite disappointment: Irish traveller parents’ reports of their own school experiences and their views on education. International Journal of Inclusive Education. 1-21. 10.1080/13603116.2018.1530805.

 

A. Boyle, J.Hanafin and M. Flynn (2018). ). Parental Involvement: Irish Travellers and Early Years Education. Encounters in Theory and History of Education, v19, Autumn 2018.

 

E. Breslin, J. Hanafin and L. Clancy (2018).  It’s not all about price: factors associated with roll-your-own tobacco use among young people – a qualitative study. BMC Public Health 2018, 18:991. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5921-8

 

E. Breslin, J. Hanafin and L. Clancy (2018). The growth of Roll-Your-Own (RYO) cigarettes in Ireland: exploring the experiences of young people and RYO tobacco. 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, WCTOH 1/2018 vol. 16.

 

J. Hanafin, 2016.  Family Status, Equality and Education (e-book in the Short Guide series from greenbikebooks)

 

J. Hanafin, 2016. Mediation and Advocacy in Education (e-book in the Short Guide series from greenbikebooks)

 

J. Hanafin and L. Clancy, 2015. History of Tobacco Production and Use. IN: R. Loddenkemper and M. Kreuter (Eds.) The Tobacco Epidemic 2nd, revised and extended edition. Progress in Respiratory Research, Vol.42. Basel: Karger. Chapter 1, pp.1-19. Read sample chapters.

 

J. Hanafin, 2015.  Doing Focus Group Research (e-book in the Short Guide series from greenbikebooks)

 

J. Hanafin, 2014. Multiple Intelligences Theory, Action Research, and Teacher Professional Development: The Irish MI Project. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(4)126-142. http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol39/iss4/8/

 

 

J. Hanafin and E. Mahon, 2013. Gender, Employment and Eldercare. A Review of Literature. FLOWS. Impact of Local Welfare Systems on Female Labour Force Participation and Social Cohesion. Work Package 6 Women’s Decision Making. School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College, Dublin. 25p.

 

E. Mahon and J. Hanafin, 2013. Procedures and Practice for the Conduct of Focus Group Research. FLOWS. Impact of Local Welfare Systems on Female Labour Force Participation and Social Cohesion. Work Package 6 Women’s Decision Making. School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College, Dublin. 31p.

 

E. Mahon and J. Hanafin, 2013. Focus Group Documentation: Women, Employment and Eldercare Needs. FLOWS. Impact of Local Welfare Systems on Female Labour Force Participation and Social Cohesion. Work Package 6 Women’s Decision Making. School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College, Dublin. 15p.

 

E. Mahon and J. Hanafin, 2013. Analysis Framework for Focus Group Interview Schedules. FLOWS. Impact of Local Welfare Systems on Female Labour Force Participation and Social Cohesion. Work Package 6 Women’s Decision Making. School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College, Dublin. 36p.

 

J. Hanafin, 2012. Educating for Life in the Quaker Tradition. Waterford, Ireland: Newtown School www.newtownschool.ie

 

J. Hanafin, T. O’Donoghue, M. Flynn, M. Shevlin, 2010. The Primary School’s Invasion of the Privacy of the Child, Unmasking the Potential of Some Current Practices, Educational Studies, v36 (2), pp.143-152

 

J. Hanafin, M. Shevlin, M. Kenny, E.McNeela, 2007. Including Young People with Disabilities: Assessment Challenges in Higher Education, Higher Education, v54, pp.435-448

 

M. Mac an Ghaill, J. Hanafin and P. Conway, 2004. Gender Politics and Exploring Masculinities in Irish Education: Teachers, materials and the media. Dublin: NCCA. 267p.

 

E. Barry, M. Clarke, J. Hanafin, M. Kenny, R. Malone, M. Shevlin, (A. Lodge & K. Lynch, eds), 2004. Diversity at School. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. 143p.

 

J. Hanafin, 2003. Assistant Editor and Member of Editorial Board, Irish Educational Studies.

 

J. Hanafin, M. Shevlin, and M. Flynn, 2002. Responding to student diversity: lessons from the marginPedagogy, Culture and Society, vol. 10, no.3, 2002, pp.411-425.

 

J. Hanafin, 2002. Assistant Editor and Member of Editorial Board, Irish Educational Studies.

 

J. Hanafin and A. Lynch, 2002. Peripheral voices: parental involvement, social class and educational disadvantageBritish Journal of Sociology of Education, vol. 23, no.1, pp.35-49.

 

J. Hanafin, 2002. ‘Enacted choice: an analytic framework for understanding assessment and improving practice’. Journal of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland. Dublin: Teachers’ Union of Ireland, pp.11-14.

 

M. Mac an Ghaill, J. Hanafin and P. Conway, 2002. Teachers, materials and the media: A study of Exploring Masculinities in an international context. Report presented as part of Ministerial Review of the Exploring Masculinities programme to National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, Dublin. 240p.

 

J. Hanafin, 2001. Assistant Editor and Member of Editorial Board, Irish Educational Studies.

 

J. Hanafin, 2001. Naming, structuring, owning academic development in the Irish context: Notes from AustraliaIrish Educational Studies, vol. 20, 2001, pp.178-191.

 

J. Hanafin and A. Lynch, 2001. ‘Money Matters: poverty, parents and educational disadvantage’. Learn. Journal of the Irish Learning Support Association, vol. 23, pp.41-48.

 

J. Hanafin and C. O’Byrne, 2001. Social policy and educational disadvantage. Evaluation prepared for Society of St. Vincent de Paul, south-east region, for submission to National Anti-Poverty Strategy. 30p.

 

J. Hanafin, 2001. Family status as a ground for discrimination in the Equal Status Act 2000. Chapter, Background Paper on Education and Equality, commissioned by Equality Authority, Dublin. 15p.

 

J. Hanafin, 2000. ‘Extending teachers’ professional roles: accommodating, developing, valuing learner diversity’. Issues in Education, Vol. 5, November 2000, pp.49-60.

 

J. Hanafin, 2000. External Constraints, Internal Resistances: Changing Cultures, Mindsets and Practices, IN: J. McNiff, D. Leonard and G. McNamara (eds) Action Research in Ireland. Dublin: September Books. Chapter 8, pp.161-166.

 

J. Hanafin, 2000. ‘From Ugly Duckling to Beautiful Swan: How Schools Can Make the Difference’. APC Review, Vol. XXVI, No. 1, August 2000, pp.10-11.

 

J. Hanafin, 2000. Assistant Editor and Member of Editorial Board, Irish Educational Studies.

 

J. Hanafin, 1999. ‘Gender and Classroom Dynamics: A review’. ESAI, Autumn-Winter, 1999, p.8.

 

J. Hanafin, 1999. ‘All Our Geese are Swans. Multiple Intelligences Theory, Parents and Children’. APC Review, Vol. XXV, No. 4, November 1999.

 

J. Hanafin, 1998. ‘Coeducation in the Republic of Ireland: Findings and Interventions’ IN: Mosconi N. (ed.) Egalité des sexes en éducation et formation. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. Chapter 5 pp.164-176.

 

J. Hanafin, 1998 (ed.) ESAI Newsletter. Newsletter of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Editor.

 

J. Hanafin (ed.) 1997. Towards New Understandings: Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Cork: MICA Research Project, University College Cork, 137p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. Unfreezing the Frame: Implications of Multiple Intelligences Theory for Curriculum and Assessment, Issues in Education, Volume 2. Dublin: ASTI, pp.29-38.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997 (ed.). MI Bulletin. Newsletter of the Multiple Intelligences, Curriculum and Assessment Research Project, UCC.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. ‘Coeducation in the Republic of Ireland: Findings and Interventions’. Selected proceedings on CD-ROM of Third International Biennial on Education and Training, Paris, 1996.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. ‘Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences: An overview. Report on Phase I activities’, IN Towards New Understandings: Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, pp.1-8. 8p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. ‘A Changing Context for Assessment: Multiple Intelligences and the White Paper on Education’, IN Towards New Understandings: Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, pp.107-118. 11p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. ‘Lessons, Links and Directions: Some Concluding Remarks on MI, Curriculum and Assessment’, IN Towards New Understandings: Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, pp.133-137. 5p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. Initiatives for 15-18 year old Early School Leavers in the Republic of Ireland. Second report of national expert on European Program Socrates trans-national project Follow-up one’s training (March 1997). 35p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. Teaching for Difference and the Equality Challenge, The College Courier, Issue 130, 1997, p.15.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. (ed.) ESAI Newsletter. Newsletter of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Editor.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. A Rough Guide to an Emerging Landscape, MI Bulletin, Vol. 2, Summer 1997, pp.21-23.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. UCC MI Project: Phase II Directions 1996-1999, MI Bulletin, Vol. 1, Spring 1997, p5.

 

Á. Hyland and J. Hanafin, 1997. Models of In-career Development in the Republic of Ireland: An AnalysisIrish Educational Studies, v.16, 1997, pp.144-172.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. Executive Summary : Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Summary report on Phase I (1995-1996). (December 1996). 11p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. Assessment and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Report on Phase I (1995-1996). (December 1996). 180p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. (ed.) ESAI Newsletter. Newsletter of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Editor.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. Initiatives for 15-18 year old Early School Leavers in the Republic of Ireland. First report of national expert on European Program Socrates transnational project Follow-up one’s training (November 1996). 52p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. Educational Provision for personnel in the further education sector. Position paper for UCC Committee on Professional Development for Personnel in the Further Education Sector.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. Multiple Intelligences and the White Paper: The Changing Context of Assessment, Journal of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland. Dublin: TUI.

 

J. Hanafin & D. Leonard, 1996. Conceptualising and Implementing Quality : Assessment and the Junior Certificate, Irish Educational Studies, v.15, 1996, pp.26 -40.

 

J. Hanafin & Á. Hyland, 1996. In Career Development of Teachers: A European Perspective. Discussion paper for the meeting of EU Ministers. (April 1996). 40p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1995. Moving Beyond the Figures: Using Quantitative Methods in Education ResearchIrish Educational Studies, v.14, 1995, pp.184-202.

 

J. Hanafin, 1995. Information Technology in Iceland. Report to the Department of Education on Arion study visit to Iceland, (September 1995). 10p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1995. Executive Summary : In-Career Development Needs of the Irish Education System. Study commissioned by the In-Career Development Unit, Department of Education, Dublin. (June 1995). 20p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1995. Civic, Social and Political Education: Pre-service and in-service initiatives in UCC, Newsletter of the Junior Cycle Pilot Project in C.S.P.E., Issue 5, June 1995.

 

J. Hanmer, R. Braidotti, D. Ní Chárthaigh, J. Hanafin, L. Kandel, J. Kootz, M. Nash, B. Petersson, D. Bohle, E. Captain, 1995. Women’s Studies and European Integration. Luxembourg: European Commission. 115p.

 

J. Hanafin and Á. Hyland with F. Douglas, J. Hourihan, T. O’Connell, D. O’Sullivan, M. Roycroft, R. Sheehan and D. Tuohy, 1995. In-Career Development Needs of the Irish Education System. Report commissioned by the In-Career Development Unit, Department of Education, (May 1995). 145p.

 

J. Hanafin, M. Wall, T. Mullins, 1995. A survey of the school-day in initial teacher training. Report of the sub-committee on the School Day to the Education Department, U.C.C.

 

J. Hanmer, R. Braidotti, D. Ní Chárthaigh, J. Hanafin, L. Kandel, J. Kootz, M. Nash, B. Petersson, D. Bohle, E. Captain, L. Foraster, I. Olsen and P. Todd, 1994. Women’s Studies and European Integration: With reference to current and future Action Programmes for Equal Opportunities between Women and Men. Report by the Steering Group on European Women’s Studies to the European Commission, Equal Opportunities Unit, DGV, Employment, Industrial Relations and Social Affairs. (April 1994). 98p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1994. The European Community and French Internal Legislation, Work, Family and Education: The Case of European Integration and Women’s Studies in France. French National Report on European Integration and Women’s Studies. Funded by the European Commission, Directorate Generale V. (March 1994). 46p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1994. European Integration and Women’s Studies in Ireland. Irish National Report on European Integration and Women’s Studies. Funded by the European Commission, Directorate Generale V. (February 1994). 17p.

 

J. Hanafin and D. Ní Chárthaigh, 1993. Co-education and Attainment. Gender and Education Series, No. 1, Centre for Studies in Gender and Education, University of Limerick. 40p.

 

E. Mahon, J. Hanafin and D. Ní Chárthaigh (eds), 1992. Women’s Studies Review. Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the Women’s Studies Association of Ireland. Limerick: Women’s Studies Association of Ireland in association with the Centre for Women’s Studies. 42p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1991. Gender Issues in Classroom Dynamics: The Need for Research at Second-Level Education, Irish Educational Studies, 1991, v.10, pp.42-54.

 

J. Hanafin, 1990. Profile of Southill: An Executive Summary. Limerick Educational Action Programme Committee. (March 1990). 12p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1990. Southill: A Community and Educational Profile. Baseline research report for the Limerick Educational Action Programme, University of Limerick. (February 1990). 150p.

 

D. Ní Chárthaigh, J. Hanafin et al., 1987. A Module in Women’s Studies for Senior-cycle post-primary school pupils. Course book and course materials designed and written for use at the senior cycle of post-primary schooling. Dublin: Drumcondra Teachers’ Centre. 40p.

 

D. O Donnabháin, J. Hanafin et al., 1984. Cúrsa Gaeilge Meánteistiméireachta. Course book and course materials designed, written and piloted for junior-cycle post-primary school pupils with learning difficulties in Irish. Shannon: Curriculum Development Unit. 80p.

 

(And Talking)

A. Boyle, M. Flynn and J. Hanafin, 2015. Traveller preschools in Ireland: Parental Involvement in a targeted setting. Paper presented to ERNAPE conference, Schools, Par­ents and Com­mu­ni­ties — Build­ing New Futures Through Research and Innovation. Euro­pean Research Net­work About Par­ents in Edu­ca­tion and UiT The Arc­tic Uni­ver­sity of Nor­way, 10th bian­nual ERNAPE-conference (ERNAPE-ARCTIC), Tromsø, Nor­way, August 26–28 2015.

 

A. Boyle, M. Flynn and J. Hanafin, 2015. Traveller Parents and Traveller preschools in Ireland: Transitions in Policy, Experience and Involvement. Paper presented to 40th ESAI Annual Conference, Educational Research and Practice in Times of Transition: Looking to the Future, Maynooth University, April 9-11 April 2015.

 

J. Hanafin, 2012. Understanding and Achieving a Quaker Culture in Schools, Presentation and Workshop Facilitator, Munster Quarterly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends, Waterford, 21 October 2012.

 

J. Hanafin, 2012. School Ethos and Culture, Presentation to the Heads of Quaker Schools in England & Ireland, Waterford, 9 May 2012.

 

P. Conway, J. Hanafin and M. Mac an Ghaill, 2004. Exploring Masculinities in the media: a case study of gender politics in Irish education. Poster presentation to the 29th Annual Conference of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Maynooth, April 2004.

 

P. Conway, J. Hanafin and M. Mac an Ghaill, 2003. ‘Exploring Masculinities and Dilemma Managers: Teachers’ Classroom Practice in Social, Personal and Health Education’. Paper presented to 11th International Biennial Conference of International Studies Association on Teachers and Teaching, Leyden, The Netherlands, 27 June–1 July 2003.

 

P. Conway, M. Mac an Ghaill and J. Hanafin, 2002. ‘Gender Matters in Teacher Education: Exploring Masculinities as a case study of SPHE’. Invited paper to Gender Matters in Higher Education Conference, National University of Ireland, Galway, 7-8 November 2002.

 

M. Shevlin, J. Hanafin and M. Flynn, 2002. ‘Including young people with disabilities: Assessment implications for third-level education’. Paper to international SEDA/ AISHE joint conference, Supporting and Evaluating Change. Enhancing the practice and scholarship of learning, teaching and assessment. Dublin Castle Conference Centre, 11-12 April 2002.

 

J. Hanafin, 2001. ‘Assessment for learning: In what ways and at what cost?’. Invited paper in response to keynote address by Alison Wolf. Presented to international NCCA/ CIDREE conference The Challenge of Assessment. Bringing the Theory to the Classroom, Dublin Castle, 5 December 2001.

 

J. Hanafin, 2001. ‘Group Interviews and Curriculum Evaluation’. Day seminar to the Education Committee of the Irish National Teachers Organisation, Midleton Park Hotel, Cork. 28 September 2001

 

J. Hanafin, 2000. ‘Not Weaker but Different: Multiple Intelligences Theory and Education’. Paper to Thurles CBS Staff and Parents, 19 May 2000.

 

J. Hanafin, 2000. ‘Drover and Cloner: The Agency of Intelligence in Structuring Sameness and Educational Exclusion’. Paper presented to 27th Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland. Ireland in the twenty-first century: Ideology, Power and Change. Kilkenny, 5-7 May 2000.

 

J. Hanafin, 2000. ‘Structuring Academic Development for the Irish Experience: Lessons from Western Australia’. Paper presented to the 25th Annual Conference of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland. Education for the 21st Century: Prospect and Retrospect. Maynooth, 13-15 April 2000.

 

J. Hanafin, 1999. ‘Valuing Diversity. A Contribution from Multiple Intelligences Theory. Invited paper to Brown Bag Series, University of Western Australia, 12 November 1999.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. ‘Approaching Authentic Assessment in Further and Higher Education: Questions and Possibilities’. Invited keynote paper to Seminar on Student Assessment. Conference organised by the Regional Technical College Galway in association with the Business Studies Board of the National Council for Educational Awards, Great Southern Hotel, Eyre Square Galway, 21 March 1997.

 

J. Hanafin, 1997. ‘Assessing Students: Theory and Practice’. Invited paper to Staff Development Seminar, Skerries Business College, Cork. 29 May 1997.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. ‘Single-Sex Schooling : Meanings and Messages’. Invited paper to EU Presidency International Conference Gender Equality for 2000 and Beyond, Dublin Castle, October 21-23 1996.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. ‘Using Personal Portfolios for Professional Development, Reflective Practice and Teaching for Understanding’. Presentation to The Project Zero Classroom : New Approaches to Thinking and Understanding, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA, 7 – 13 July 1996.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. ‘Coeducation in the Republic of Ireland : Findings and Interventions’. Invited paper to Third International Biennial on Education and Training, Paris 18 – 21 April 1996.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. ‘Teacher Professional Development in Ireland’. Presentation to Socrates Comenius Study visit, University College Cork. Seminar organised by Cork Teachers’ Centre, 24 September 1996.

 

J. Hanafin, 1996. ‘Hello Master’s, Good-bye Research: Continuing research and research questions in education in Southern Africa’. Paper to Faculty, National Teacher Training College, Lesotho, Southern Africa. 2 April 1996.

 

J. Hanafin & D. Leonard, 1995. Conceptualising and Implementing Quality: Assessment and the Junior Certificate. Paper presented to the 20th Annual ESAI conference, Cork. 31 March 1995.

 

J. Hanafin, 1995. Possibilities and Probabilities: Methodological Issues for Feminist Researchers. Invited keynote address, Women’s Studies Research National Conference, University of Limerick. 28 May 1994.

 

J. Hanafin, 1993. Predictors of Leaving Certificate Examination Performance. Research Symposium, College of Education, University of Limerick. May 1993. 35p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1993. Co-education and Gender: The Green Paper and Policy Implications. Research Seminar, Department of Sociology, Trinity College, Dublin. February 1993. 32p.

J. Hanafin, 1993. Explaining and Improving your Child’s Attainment: Guidelines for Parents. Paper to Limerick School Project Parents’ Association. February 1993. 23p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1993. Mixed Schools or Co-education: The Green Paper and Gender Equity. Invited paper to Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland, Termonfeckin, Co. Louth, Ireland. May 1993.

 

J. Hanafin, 1992. The Gender Effects of Co-education. Presentation to Members of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Women’s Affairs, Leinster House, Dublin. September 1992 10p.

 

J. Hanafin, 1990. Report on a Disadvantaged Community with Recommendations for Action, Interventions and Policy Changes. Presentation to Limerick Educational Action Programme Committee. March 1990. 8p.