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Ashe, Fidelma and Harland, Ken (2014) Troubling Masculinities: Changing Patterns of Violent Masculinities in a Society Emerging from Political Conflict. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 37 (9). pp. 747-762. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken and McCready, Sam (2012) Taking Boys Seriously: A Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Male School-Life Experiences in Northern Ireland. Department of Education and the Department of Justice. Department of Education, Department of Justice and The Centre for Young Men's Studies,University of Ulster. 112 pp. [Research report (external)]

Harland, Ken (2011) Violent Youth Culture in Northern Ireland: Young Men, Violence and the Challenges of Peacebuilding. Youth & Society, 43 . pp. 422-430. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken and McCready, Sam (2010) Stuck between ceasefires and Peacebuilding: Finding Positive Responses to young men's experiences of violence. Shared Space, 10 . pp. 49-63. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken and Morgan, Anthony (2010) Undervalued or Misunderstood: Youth Work and its contribution to Lifelong Learning. Journal of Child and Youth Care Work. , 23 . pp. 201-214. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken (2009) From Conflict to Peacebuilding: Reflections and Descriptions of Youth Work Practice in the Contested Spaces of Northern Ireland. Youth & Policy, 102 (Spring). pp. 7-21. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken and Morgan, Susan (2009) The 'Lens Model': A practical tool for developing and understanding gender conscious practice. Youth & Policy, 101 (Spring). pp. 67-81. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken (2008) Key issues in promoting mental health: Masculinity and Mental Health. Design for Living partnership: Action Mental Health, The Youth Council for Northern Ireland and The Health Promotion Agency NI, . health promotion Agency. 15 pp. [Research report (external)]

Harland, Ken (2007) The legacy of Conflict in Northern Ireland: Paramilitarism, Violence and YouthWork in Contested Spaces. In: Work with Youth in Divided and Contested Societies. Sense Publishers, pp. 1-335. ISBN 90-8790-024-4 [Book section]

Harland, Ken, Barclay, Linda and McNamee , Deirdre (2006) RU right in the head?: The development and dissemination of educational resources addressing positive mental and emotional health issues for adolescent males in Northern Ireland. The Journal of Men's Health & Gender, 3 (2). pp. 204-210. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken and Morgan, Anthony (2006) Youth Work in Northern Ireland: An Exploration of Emerging Themes and Challenges. Youth Studies Ireland, 1 (1). pp. 4-18. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken, Harvey, Claire, Morgan, Anthony and McCready, Sam (2005) Worth Their Weight in Gold: The Views of Community Youth Work Graduates in Northern Ireland on their chosen career. Youth & Policy, 86 . pp. 49-61. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken, Morgan, Anthony and Muldoon, Orla (2005) The Nature of Youth Work in Northern Ireland: Purpose, Contribution and Challenges. Department of Education. University of Ulster. 65 pp. [Research report (external)]

Harland, Ken and Morgan, Susan (2003) ‘Work with Young Men in Northern Ireland – An Advocacy Approach'. Youth & Policy, 81 . pp. 74-85. [Journal article]

Harland, Ken (2001) The Challenges and Potential of developing a more effective Youth Work Curriculum with young men. Child Care in Practice, 7 (4). pp. 288-300. [Journal article]

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