Writing and co-writing articles has been a helpful way for me to think through and clarify ideas, values, and possibilities – by myself, or with friends and colleagues.  I also hope it has contributed something of use to the body of knowledge in my field:

Decolonization, equity, and social justice

  • Gerlach, A. & Newbury, J.  (2023).  Looking for equity and inclusion in the child care system in BC.  The Early Childhood Educator, 38(1), 16-17.
  • Pielle, R.; Newbury, J.; & White, J.  (2021).  The generative potential of love and reciprocity in project work.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 33(4), 7-16.
  • Newbury, J. (September, 2018).  A love story.  CYC-Online, p. 58-69.
  • Newbury, J.  (2011). Individualizing trauma: Pathologizing populations and perpetuating violence? A Book Review.  Psychological Studies, 56(3), 325-327.
  • Newbury, J.  (2011).  Situational analysis: Centerless systems and human service practices.  Child and Youth Services, 32, 88-107.       
  • Newbury, J.  (2010).  Contextualizing child and youth care: Striving for socially just practice.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 22(4), 20-34.

The field of Child and Youth Care

  • Newbury, J.  (November, 2016).  Neuroscience, Child and Youth Care, and creative conversations.  CYC-Online, p. 33-38.
  • Modlin, H. & Newbury, J.  (2016).  Thinking and doing together, ‘as a field’.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 29(1), 6-35.
  • Newbury, J. & Pacini-Ketchabaw, V.  (2015).  Responding to our current times in child and youth care.  International Journal of Child, Youth, and Family Studies, 6(4), 494-497.
  • Newbury, J.  (2010).  In the meantime.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 23(3), 43-50.


Relational practice, in context

  • Newbury, J.  (2012).  Creating community: Reconsidering relational practice.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 23(5), 6-20.
  • Newbury, J. & Hoskins, M.  (2012).  Seeking solutions without centering problems: From research to practice.  International Journal of Child, Youth, and Family Studies, 3(1), 20-45.
  • Newbury, J. & Hoskins, M.  (2010).  Girls are so complicated!  Re-imagining addiction support in context.  Canadian Journal of Counseling, 44(1), 15-33.
  • Newbury, J.  (2009).  Theory, policy, and practice entwined: Exploration through a case in point.  Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 22(3), 52-56.

Research and theory

  • Newbury, J. (2014).  Inquiring into life as we live it.  Child and Youth Services, 35, 3, 196-215.
  • Newbury, J.  (2012).  The paradox of the individual.  The International Journal of Child, Youth, and Family Studies, 4(1), 458-478.
  • Newbury, J.  (2011).  A place for theoretical inconsistency.  International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10(4), 335-347.
  • Newbury, J. & Hoskins, M.  (2010).  Relational inquiry: Generating new knowledge with adolescent girls who use crystal meth.  Qualitative Inquiry, 16(10), 642-650.
  • Newbury, J. & Hoskins, M.  (2010).  Making meaning in context: The puzzling relationship between image and metaphor.  Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 23(3), 167-194.
  • Newbury, J. & Hoskins, M.  (2008).  A meaningful method: Research with girls who use crystal methamphetamine.  Child and Youth Care Forum, 37(5/6), 227-240.

Community economies

  • Newbury, J.  (2016).  How public sector jobs can foster community economies.  Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives, BC Office: A Good Jobs Economy for BC.
  • Newbury, J. & Dicks, S.  (in press).  From grassroots to government: Approaches to community engagement for heritage management. Book of Proceedings of the Conference ‘The Right to [World] Heritage.’  Cottbus, Germany: International Association of World Heritage Professionals.