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Corbin Dwyer, S., Piquette, N., Buckle, J. L., & McCaslin, E. (2012). Women gamblers write a voice: Exploring journaling as an effective counselling and research tool. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery, 7 (319-320).
Corbin Dwyer, S. & Gidluck, L. (2012). Talking about adoption: Considerations for multicultural counsellors when working with transracial families. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 3(1), 61-71.
Corbin Dwyer, S. & Gidluck, L. (2011). Supporting families created through transnational/transracial adoption: Bai jai bei. The Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community, 2(2), 65-76.
Buckle, J., Corbin Dwyer, S., & Jackson, M. (2010). Qualitative bereavement research: Incongruity between the perspectives of participants and research ethics boards. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 13(2), 111-125.
Corbin Dwyer, S., & Gidluck, L. (2009). Building inclusive classrooms and communities: How teachers and parents can work together to support families created through transracial adoption and other non-traditional families. Our Schools Our Selves, 18(4), 83-95.
Corbin Dwyer, S., & Buckle, J. (2009). The space between: On being an insider-outsider in qualitative research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 8(1), 54-63.’
Corbin Dwyer, S., & Gidluck, L. (2009). White mothers of Chinese daughters: Real mothers of real children. In S. Caporale Bizzini & A. O’Reilly (Eds.), The personal to the political: Towards a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 71-85). Selinsgrove, PA: Susquehanna University Press.