Also publishes as (Joanne L. Baker, J. Baker)
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Fraser, Heather, and Baker, Joanne (2014) Innovative teaching in social work with diverse populations: critical reflections from South Australia. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 1 (3).
Baker, Joanne (2014) Neoliberalism and the de-politicising of motherhood: reflections on the Australian experience. In: Vandenbeld Giles, Melinda, (ed.) Mothering in the Age of Neoliberalism. Demeter Press, Ontario, Canada, pp. 169-183.
Bagshaw, Dale, Brown, Thea, Wendt, Sarah, Campbell, Alan, McInnes, Elspeth, Tinning, Beth, Batagol, Becky, Sifris, Adiva, Tyson, Danielle, Baker, Joanne, and Fernandez Arias, Paula (2011) The effect of family violence on post-separation parenting arrangements: the experiences and views of children and adults from families who separated post-1995 and post-2006. Family Matters, 86. pp. 49-61.
Bagshaw, Dale, Brown, Thea, Wendt, Sarah, Campbell, Alan, McInnes, Elspeth, Tinning, Beth, Batagol, Becky, Sifris, Adiva, Tyson, Danielle, Baker, Joanne, and Fernandez Arias, Paula (2010) Family violence and family law in Australia: the experiences and views of children and adults from families who separated post‐1995 and post‐2006. Monash University; University of South Australia and James Cook University for the Australian Attorney-General's Department, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Baker, Joanne (2010) Great expectations and post-feminist accountability: young women living up to the ‘successful girls’ discourse. Gender and Education, 22 (1). pp. 1-15.
Bagshaw, D., Brown, T., Wendt, S., Campbell, A., McInnes, E., Baker, J., Tinning, B., Batagol, B., Sifris, A., Tyson, D., and Fernandez Arias, P. (2010) Family violence and family law in Australia: the views and experiences of children and adults from families who separated post-1995 and post-2006. In: Proceedings of 11th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, pp. 1-12. From: 11th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, 7 - 9 July 2010, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
Baker, Joanne (2009) Young mothers in late modernity: sacrifice, respectability and the transformative neo-liberal subject. Journal of Youth Studies, 12 (3). pp. 275-288.
Harris, Nonie, and Baker, Joanne (2008) Connecting, collaborating and surviving: the story of a women's studies centre in the Australian tropics. Outskirts: Feminisms Along the Edge, 19. pp. 1-29.
Baker, Joanne L. (2008) Entitlement, choice and leadership ambivalence: the occupational aspirations and experiences of young women in a post-feminist era. In: Engendering leadership through research and practice, pp. 55-62. From: Engendering leadership through research and practice, 21-24 July 2008, Perth, WA, Australia.
Baker, Joanne (2008) The ideology of choice: overstating progress and hiding injustice in the lives of young women: findings from a study in North Queensland, Australia. Women's Studies International Forum, 31 (2008). pp. 53-64.
Baker, Joanne, Miles, Debra, and Thorpe, Ros (2008) Parents with complicated lives: do Child protection Services help or hinder? In: Pillai, Michael Vimal, (ed.) Child Protection: challenges and initiatives. Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, India, pp. 170-176.
Baker, Joanne (2005) The politics of choice: difficult freedoms for young women in late modernity. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Baker, Joanne (2005) Discounting disadvantage: the influence of neo-liberalism on young mothers. In: Papers from the CROCCS 2005 Conference. From: Challenging Practices: CROCCS 2005 Conference, 5-7 August 2005, Mackay, QLD, Australia.
Baker, Joanne (2003) Don’t believe the hype: young women's experience of male violence in the 'girl power' era. Women Against Violence, 14. pp. 27-34.
Baker, Joanne (2002) A radical experience: Townsville international women's conference. Women Against Violence: an Australian feminist journal, 12. pp. 65-66.