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Westoby, Peter and Shevellar, Lynda (2012). A perspective on community-based education and training. In Peter Westoby and Lynda Shevellar (Ed.), Learning and mobilising for community development: a radical tradition of community-based education and training (pp. 13-24) Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate. 70 4
Shevellar, Lynda, Sherwin, Jane and Mackay, Gregory (2012). A re-imagined identity: building a movement in Brisbane for the practice of social role valorization. In Peter Westoby and Lynda Shevellar (Ed.), Learning and mobilising for community development: a radical tradition of community-based education and training (pp. 81-94) Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate. 57 3
Westoby, Peter and Shevellar, Lynda (2014) Beware the trojan horse of professionalization: A response to De Beer et al. (2012) Africanus 42(2): review. Africanus, 44 1: 67-74. 31 5
Westoby, Peter and Shevellar, Lynda (2012). Conclusion: a community-based education and training framework. In Peter Westoby and Lynda Shevellar (Ed.), Learning and mobilising for community development: a radical tradition of community-based education and training (pp. 205-220) Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate. 92 2
Shevellar, Lynda and Marston, Gregory (2011) Exploring the role of fringe lenders in the lives of Queenslanders. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 46 2: 205-222. 52   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Shevellar, Lynda, Westoby, Peter and Connor, Meredith (2014) Flirting with danger: practice dilemmas for community development in disaster recovery. Community Development, 1-17. doi:10.1080/15575330.2014.968855 22   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Zuber-Skerritt, Ortrun and Shevellar, Lynda Fourth manual for conducting workshops on postgraduate supervision of non-English speaking background students. Lismore, Australia: Southern Cross University Press, 1996. 20  
Shevellar, Lynda (2014) From bearers of problems to bearers of culture: developing community in the community development classroom. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 28 4: 457-475. doi:10.1080/09518398.2014.916433 39   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Connor, Meredith, Shevellar, Lynda and Westoby, Peter (2013) Getting back on your feet: community development work and natural disasters Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Community Development Unit, School of Social Work and Human Services, The University of Queensland 69 7
Shevellar, Lynda (2015). Hope and cake: the contribution of causal layered analysis to community development practice. In Sohail Inayatullah and Ivana Milojević (Ed.), CLA 2.0: Transformative research in theory and practice (pp. 405-420) Tamsui, Taipei, Taiwan: Tamkang University Press. 44 1
Shevellar, Lynda (2013). How do we get people to behave appropriately during disasters?. In: Peter Rekers, Barbara Ryan, Hamish McLean and Phil Nickerson, Emergency Media & Public Affairs Conference 2013: Conference Proceedings. EMPA 2013: 7th Annual Emergency Media and Public Affairs Conference, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (1-7). 2-4 June, 2013. 51 3
Shevellar, L. (2008) 'I choose to be a person of integrity': A model for constructive relationships between human services and their bureaucracies. S.R.V.: The International Social Role Valorization Journal, 3 2: 6-17. 59  
Antrobus, Emma, Cheshire, Lynda, Connor, Meredith, George, Nicole, Madsen, Wendy, Ramirez, Suzanna, Shevellar, Lynda, Walters, Peter, Westoby, Peter and Wickes, Rebecca (2013) Identifying and evaluating factors influencing community resilience in a crisis : 144 43
Marston, Greg and Shevellar, Lynda (2013) In the shadow of the welfare state: the role of payday lending in poverty survival in Australia. Journal of Social Policy, 43 1: 155-172. doi:10.1017/S0047279413000573 124 2 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Westoby, Peter and Shevellar, Lynda (2012). Introduction. In Peter Westoby and Lynda Shevellar (Ed.), Learning and mobilising for community development: a radical tradition of community-based education and training (pp. 1-12) Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate. 34 3
Shevellar, Lynda and Westoby, Peter (2014) “Perhaps?” and “Depends!” The possible implications of disaster related community development for social work. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 16 2: 23-35. 26 3
Armstrong, John and Shevellar, Lynda (2009) Re-thinking respite. NADD Bulletin, 12 6: . 42  
Shevellar, L. and Armstrong, J. (2006) Re-thinking respite. The SRV Journal, 1 1: 14-25. 26  
Shevellar, Lynda (2010) Submerged. Antipodes, 24 2: 198-198. 54 17
Marston, Gregory and Shevellar, Lynda (2010) The experience of using fringe lenders in Queensland: a pilot study St Lucia, QLD, Australia: University of Queensland, School of Social Work &​ Human Services, Social Policy Unit 20  
Shevellar, Lynda, Sherwin, Jane and Barringham, Neil (2014) The human search for belonging. Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health, 16 1: 2-18. doi:10.1080/19349637.2014.864541 33   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Shevellar, Lynda, Connor, Meredith and Westoby, Peter (2014) The role of community development in building resilience in response to disasters: the Queensland experience. Practice Insights, 3: 4-5. 11 2
Shevellar, Lynda and Westoby, Peter (2012). Tracing a tradition of community-based education and training. In Peter Westoby and Lynda Shevellar (Ed.), Learning and mobilising for community development: a radical tradition of community-based education and training (pp. 25-40) Surrey, U. K.: Ashgate. 42 4
Shevellar, Lynda (2011) Transformative learning and the dynamics of power: 'Poised on the precipice of risk'. Education and Society, 29 1: 45-59. 81 307
Shevellar, Lynda (2011) We have to go back to stories’: Causal layered analysis and the community development gateaux. Community Development, 42 1: 3-15. doi:10.1080/15575331003611599 59 5 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Lynda Shevellar (2008). With the voice of this calling: The experience of community development practitioners in the organisational context of bureaucracy PhD Thesis, School of Social Work and Human Services, The University of Queensland. 551 84