Journal Articles Published 2023

  1. Adedini, S.A, Sello, M.V. Odimegwu, C., Petlele, R., Tapera, T. The relationship between childcare-giving arrangements and children’s malnutrition status in South Africa (2023) International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
  2. Bodiroa, A., & Ross, E. (2023). Challenges, Agency and Ecology in the Transition of Youth from State Residential Care to Independent Living in Johannesburg, South Africa. Child & Youth Services, 1-27.
  3. Freeland, L., Haffejee, S., Getanda, E., Theron, L., & Vostanis, P. (2023). Children’s perspectives of psychosocial help-seeking in Kenya. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 1-11. DOI 1080/17450128.2022.2124338.
  4. Gunhidzirai, C (2023) “The quest for survival: Street Children and Informal Sector in Zimbabwe” Southern African Journal of Social Work and Social Development 35(1)
  5. Gunhidzirai, C. (2023) “Urban Agriculture and the attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 2 (Zero Hunger) in Zimbabwe”. International Society for Development and Sustainability 12 (7).
  6. Haffejee, S., Theron, L., Hassan, S., & Vostanis, P. (2023). Juxtaposing Disadvantaged Children’s Insights on Psychosocial Help-Seeking with Those of Service Providers: Lessons from South Africa and Pakistan. Child & Youth Services, 1-25. DOI: 10.1080/0145935X.2022.2101445.
  7. Haffejee, S., Vostanis, P., O’Reilly, M., Law, E., Eruyar, S., Fleury, J., Hassan, S., Getanda, E.,. Disruptions, adjustments and hopes: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on child well-being in five Majority World Countries (2023) Children and Society,. 10.1111/chso.12563.
  8. Mabunda, Y.P., Ross, E. Experiences of Black South African widows regarding mourning rituals following the death of their spouses: Upholding cultural practices or violating human rights? (2023) Death Studies. 10.1080/07481187.2022.2065708. (Routledge)
  9. Pillay, J., Patel, L., Setlhare-Kajee, R. Teacher awareness of psychosocial support available as per the Integrated School Health Policy in South Africa (2023) South African Journal of Childhood Education, 13 (1), art. no. a1172, . DOI: 10.4102/sajce.v13i1.1172.
  10. Plagerson, S. Mainstreaming poverty, inequality and social exclusion: A systematic assessment of public policy in South Africa (2023) Development Southern Africa, 40 (1), pp. 191-207. DOI: 10.1080/0376835X.2021.1993793.
  11. Richards R, Graham, L. and Mthembu., S. Then and now: Youth attitudes in South Africa over time (2023) Youth Voice Journal, 13.
  12. Ramatsetse, T.P. Ross, E. (2023). Understanding the perceived psychosocial impact of father absence on adult women. South African Journal of Psychology.
  13. Sundler, A.J., Bergnehr,D., Haffejee, S., Iqbal, H., Orellana, M. F., Del Solar, A. V., Angeles, S. L., Faircloth, C., Liu, L., Mwanda, A., Galeas, M. S., Simelane, T., Twamley, K., & Darcy, L. (2023). Adolescents’ and young people’s experiences of social relationships and health concerns during COVID-19. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 18(1).
  14. Tewolde, A.I. (2023). Against ‘insider’/ ‘outsider’ positionality bifurcation in migration research: Framing migrant researchers’ positionalities as ‘unforeseeable’ . Migration Letters20(7), 463–479.
  15. Tewolde, A.I. (2023). Structural forces shape Xenophobia in South Africa: Looking beyond the Human Agent. International Social Sciences Journal. DOI:10.1111/issj.12417.
  16. Tewolde, A.I. Asserting an Eritrean identity in the face of imposed racialisation: national identity claims of some Eritrean refugees in South Africa (2023) Identities, 30 (1), pp. 3 55. DOI: 1080/1070289X.2021.2005918.
  17. Tewolde, A.I. (2023) Living Insider Positionality with Co-ethnics in Everyday Life: An Autoethnography of a Black Refugee Academic. African Diaspora15(1), 102-119.
  18. Tewolde, A.I. (2023). ‘The merged co-ethnic migrant researcher’ and ‘the emergent migrant researcher subjectivity’: Complicating reflexivity in migration research. Immigrants and Minorities.53(3), pp. 228-238.
  19. Tewolde,A.I. (2023). ‘Real-Time Autoethnography’ in Migration Research: Towards Capturing Past Lived Experience as It Is Lived. Journal of Identity & Migration Studies17(1).
  20. Vostanis, P., Haffejee, S., Getanda, E., Eruyar, S., Hassan, S., & O’Reilly, M. (2023). Risk Factors for Mental Health and Wellness: Children’s Perspectives from Five Majority World Countries. Health, Risk & Society. DOI: 1080/13698575.2023.2258381.

Journal Articles Published 2024