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McAleavy, Gerry, Donegan, HA and O'Hagan, Celia (2009) Visioning New Modes of Integrated and SharedSchooling in Northern Irelande. European Journal of Education, Vol. 4 (1). pp. 541-557. [Journal article]


McAleavy, G. J., Adamson, Gary, Hazlett, Diane, Donegan, H. A. and Livesey, G. E. (2008) Modelling determinants of the vocal health of teachers in Northern Ireland: Implications for educational policy and practice. PUBLIC HEALTH, 122 (7). pp. 691-699. [Journal article]


Adamson, Gary, McAleavy, G, Donegan, T and Shevlin, M (2006) Teachers' perceptions of health education practice in Northern Ireland: reported differences between policy and non-policy holding schools. HEALTH PROMOTION INTERNATIONAL, 21 (2). pp. 113-120. [Journal article]


O'Hagan, Celia, McAleavy, GJ and Storan, John (2005) Recognising Prior Learning in Northern Ireland. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 11 (1). pp. 29-42. [Journal article]


Adamson, Gary, McAleavy, G and Collins, K (2004) Adult learning in Northern Ireland: investigating further education for widening participation. Research in Post-compulsory Education, 9 (1). pp. 83-104. [Journal article]

Collins, K, McAleavy, G and Adamson, Gary (2004) Bullying in schools: A northern Ireland study. EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 46 (1). pp. 55-71. [Journal article]


Collins, Katrina, McAleavy, Gerry and Adamson, Gary (2002) Briefing Report: Bullying in Schools a Northern Ireland study. Department of Education for Northern Ireland (DENI). DENI (Bangor) Briefing Report. 11 pp. [Research report (external)]


Adamson, Gary and McAleavy, G (2000) Withdrawal from vocational courses in colleges of further and higher education in Northern Ireland. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 52 (3). pp. 535-553. [Journal article]

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