Publications by: Susan Gair

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Gair, Susan (2017) Fixed or shifting notions of ‘bad mother’? Considering past and future Australian adoption practice. In: Hughes Miller, Michelle, Hager, Tamar, and Bromwich, Jaremko, (eds.) Bad Mothers: regulations, representations and resistance. Demeter Press, London, UK, pp. 1-17. (In Press)

van Luyn, Ariella, and Gair, Susan (2017) Conclusion: showing inspiring qualitative research? Over to readers. In: Gair, Susan, and van Luyn, Ariella, (eds.) Sharing Qualitative Research: showing lived experience and community narratives. Routledge Advances in Research Methods, 21 . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 271-274.

Moloney, Sharon, and Gair, Susan (2017) Empathy and transformation in organic inquiry: sharing research in partnership with spirit. In: Gair, Susan, and van Luyn, Ariella, (eds.) Sharing Qualitative Research: showing lived experience and community narratives. Routledge Advances in Research Methods, 21 . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 150-162.

Gair, Susan, and van Luyn, Ariella (2017) Introduction: showing and feeling community narratives. In: Gair, Susan, and van Luyn, Ariella, (eds.) Sharing Qualitative Research: showing lived experience and community narratives. Routledge Advances in Research Methods, 21 . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 1-9.

Gair, Susan, and van Luyn, Ariella (2017) Sharing Qualitative Research: showing lived experience and community narratives. Routledge Advances in Research Methods, 21 . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK.

van Luyn, Ariella, Gair, Susan, and Saunders, Vicki (2017) 'Transcending the limits of logic': poetic inquiry as a qualitative research method for working with vulnerable communities. In: Gair, Susan, and van Luyn, Ariella, (eds.) Sharing Qualitative Research: showing lived experience and community narratives. Routledge Advances in Research Methods, 21 . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 79-95.

Gair, Susan (2016) Book review of "Saltwater: an epic fight for justice in the tropics" by C. McLennan, University of Queensland Press, 2016. ISBN: 978-0-7022-5383. Children Australia, 41 (4). p. 308.

Nickson, Amanda, Gair, Susan, and Miles, Debra (2016) Supporting isolated workers in their work with families in rural and remote Australia: exploring peer group supervision. Children Australia, 41 (4). pp. 265-274.

Gair, Susan (2016) Activism: optional extra or essential everyday practice in Australian social work? Results of a classroom-based inquiry. In: Abstracts from the Australia and New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research Symposium, p. 20. From: ANZSWWER 2016: Australia and New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research Symposium: advancing our critical edge in social welfare education, research and practice, 29-30 September 2016, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Gair, Susan (2016) Missing grandchildren: grandparents' lost contact and implications for social work. Australian Social Work. (In Press)

Gair, Susan (2016) Pondering the colour of empathy: social work students' reasoning on activism, empathy and racism. British Journal of Social Work. pp. 1-19. (In Press)

Gair, Susan (2016) Critical reflections on teaching challenging content: do some students shoot the (white) messenger? Reflective Practice, 17 (5). pp. 592-604.

Gair, Susan, Lehmann, Jennifer, and Sanders, Rachael (2016) Editorial. Children Australia, 41 (4). pp. 245-246.

Rigby, Erin, Gair, Susan, and Thorpe, Ros (2016) Surviving intervention: grandparents' struggle to maintain relationships with their grandchildren following contact with child protection services. Children Australia, 41 (2). pp. 98-105.

Gair, Susan (2015) Disrupted and denied contact with grandchildren: "I think it's a form of abuse". In: Jagielska, Katarzyna, Lukasik, Joanna Malgorzala, and Pikula, Norbert, (eds.) Violence Against the Elderly: challenges-research-action. European Association of Schools of Social Work, Toronto, Canada, pp. 93-106.

Moloney, Sharon, and Gair, Susan (2015) Empathy and spiritual care in midwifery practice: contributing to women's enhanced birth experiences. Women and Birth, 28 (4). pp. 323-328.

Gair, Susan, and Savage, Dorothy (2015) Book review of "Our voices: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social work" by (Eds) B. Bennet, S. Green, S. Gilbert, D. Bessarab. South Yarra, Australia, McMillan, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-4202-5673-4. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 17 (1). pp. 126-127.

Gair, Susan, Miles, Debra, Savage, Dorothy, and Zuchowski, Ines (2015) Racism unmasked: the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in social work field placements. Australian Social Work, 68 (1). pp. 32-48.

Miles, Debra, Zuchowski, Ines, Savage, Dorothy, and Gair, Susan (2014) Strengthening the cultural wellbeing of indigenous social work students: confronting racism and promoting cultural safety and respect. In: Abstracts from the Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2014: promoting social and economic equality, p. 85. From: Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2014: promoting social and economic equality, 9-12 July 2014, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Savage, Dorothy, and Gair, Susan (2014) Hearing and understanding the past in order to strengthen the future. In: Francis, Abraham P., Pulla, Venkat, Clark, Michael, Mariscal, E.Susana, and Ponnuswami, Ilango, (eds.) Advancing Social Work in Mental Health through Strengths-Based Practice. Primrose Hall, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 172-182.

O'Neill, Cas, Ban, Paul, and Gair, Susan (2014) The changing context of adoption. In: Rice, Simon, and Day, Andrew, (eds.) Social work in the shadow of the law. Federation Press, Annandale, NSW, Australia, pp. 26-46.

Gair, Susan (2013) Students' responses to vignettes featuring cultural differences: pondering empathy gaps, value judgments, and the promotion of 'partiality' in teaching empathy. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 15 (2). pp. 26-38.

Gair, Susan, and Moloney, Sharon (2013) Broadening notions of 'missing persons' to increase social inclusion, public empathy and healing: considering the case of children missing through adoption. Journal of Social Inclusion, 4 (1). pp. 90-109.

Zuchowski, Ines, Savage, Dorothy, Miles, Debra, and Gair, Susan (2013) Decolonising field education: challenging Australian social work praxis. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 15 (1). pp. 47-62.

Gair, Susan (2013) Inducing empathy: pondering students' (in)ability to empathize with an Aboriginal man's lament and what might be done about it. Journal of Social Work Education, 49 (1). pp. 136-149.

Gair, Susan (2013) Recognition of prior learning (RPL) in Australian Social Work Field Education: a standpoint promoting human rights and social justice? Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 10 (1). pp. 72-85.

Muller, Lorraine, and Gair, Susan (2013) Respecting knowledge: circular movement in teacher/learner roles to advance Indigenous social work education and practice. In: Noble, Carolyn, Henrickson, Mark, and Han, In Young, (eds.) Social Work Education: voices from the Asia Pacific. Sydney University Press, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 29-53.

Gair, Susan, and Moloney, Sharon (2013) Unspeakable stories: when counter narratives are deemed unacceptable. Qualitative Research Journal, 13 (1). pp. 49-61.

Gair, Susan (2012) Documenting practice so we're all on the same page. Upholding the creativity. power and meaningfulness of writing. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 14 (1). pp. 7-27.

Gair, Susan (2012) Haiku as a creative writing approach to explore empathy with social work students: a classroom-based inquiry. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 25 (2). pp. 69-82.

Gair, Susan (2012) Feeling their stories: contemplating empathy, insider/outsider positionings, and enriching qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research, 22 (1). pp. 134-143.

Gair, Susan (2011) Creating spaces for critical reflection in social work education: learning from a classroom-based empathy project. Reflective Practice, 12 (6). pp. 791-802.

Gair, Susan (2011) Exploring empathy embedded in ethics curricula: a classroom inquiry. Advances in Social Work, 12 (2). pp. 329-344.

Gair, Susan (2010) Adoption: a different road to mothering. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, Saarbrucken, Germany.

Gair, Susan (2010) Social justice, human rights, past adoption discourse and inter-country adoption. Australian Journal of Adoption, 2 (2). pp. 1-9.

Gair, Susan (2010) Social work students' thoughts on their (in)ability to empathise with a birth mother's story: pondering the need for a deeper focus on empathy. Adoption and Fostering, 34 (4). pp. 39-49.

Gair, Susan (2009) More on empathy: considering students' responses and Edith Stein's framework for a fuller, transformative empathy. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 11. pp. 51-69.

Courtenay, Patricia, and Gair, Susan (2009) Towards critical mass: work in progress at James Cook University. In: Frawley, Jack, Nolan, Maggie, and White, Nerada, (eds.) Indigenous Issues in Australian Universities. Charles Darwin University Press, Darwin, NT Australia, pp. 29-35.

Gair, Susan, and Muller, Lorraine (2009) Circular movement in the teacher/learner roles for advanced Indigenous social work education. In: Noble, Carolyn, Hendrikson, Mark, and Han, In Young, (eds.) Social Work Education: voices from the Asia Pacific. Vulgar Press, Bayswater, VIC, Australia, pp. 125-148.

Gair, Susan (2009) Hearing the voices of social workers in past adoption practice with mothers and their babies for adoption: what can we learn? In: Spark, Ceridwen, and Cuthbert, Denise, (eds.) Other People's Children: adoption in Australia. Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 73-94.

Gair, Susan (2008) The psychic disequilibrium of adoption: stories exploring links between adoption and suicidal thoughts and actions. Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, 7 (3). pp. 1-10.

Gair, Susan, and Pagliano, Paul (2008) "Don't we already do that?" In search of an Indigenous and non-Indigenous academic symbiosis. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 11 (3). pp. 3-18.

Gair, Susan, and Thomas, Yvonne (2008) Ensuring safe passage: identifying the threat of workplace violence against tertiary students. Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 24 (1). pp. 43-51.

Gair, Susan (2008) Missing the 'flight from responsibility': tales from a Non-Indigenous educator pursuing spaces for social work education relevant to Indigenous Australians. In: Gray, Mel, Coates, John, and Bird, Michael Yellow, (eds.) Indigenous Social Work Around the World: towards culturally relevant education and practice. Contemporary Social Work Studies . Ashgate , Hampshire, UK, pp. 219-230.

Gair, Susan (2008) Walking a mile in another person's shoes: contemplating limitations and learning on the road to accurate empathy. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 10 (1). pp. 19-29.

Gair, Susan, and Croker, Felicity (2007) Missing voices about a foreign place: exploring midwifery practice with midwives who cared for single mothers and babies/or adoption in Queensland (1960-1990). Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 10 (2). pp. 56-67.

Gair, Susan (2007) Pursuing Indigenous-inclusive curriculum in social work tertiary education: feeling my way as a non-indigenous educator. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 36 (2007). pp. 49-55.

Gair, Susan, Miles, Debra, and Thomson, Jane (2005) Reconciling indigenous and non-indigenous knowledges in social work education: action and legitimacy. Journal of Social Work Education, 41 (2). pp. 179-190.

Gair, Susan, Thomson, Jane, and Savage, Dorothy (2005) What's stopping them? exploring barriers hindering Indigenous Australians from completing a social work degree at a regional Queensland university. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 7 (1). pp. 54-66.

Gair, Susan, Thomson, Jane, Miles, Debra, and Harris, Nonie (2003) It's very 'white' isn't it!: challenging monoculturalism in social work and welfare education. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 5 (1). pp. 37-52.

Gair, Susan, and Camilleri, Peter (2003) Attempting suicide and help-seeking behaviours: using stories from young people to inform social work practice. Australian Social Work, 56 (2). pp. 83-93.

Gair, Susan, and Frangos, Rosemary (2002) Honing skills: an evolving model for teaching welfare 'skills' appropriate to the North Queensland context. Women in Welfare Education, 5. pp. 3-8.

Gair, Susan (2002) Pearls, pith, and provocation. In the thick of it: a reflective tale from an Australian social worker/qualitative researcher. Qualitative Health Research, 12 (1). pp. 130-139.

Gair, Susan, and Camilleri, Peter (2000) Attempted suicide: listening to and learning from young people. Queensland Journal of Educational Research, 16 (2). pp. 183-206.

Gair, Susan (1996) Adoption: a different road to mothering. Adoptive mothers’ experiences of negotiating and maintaining the mothering role at significant points across the adoption life cycle. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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