Items by Hart, Jason
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Hart, J., 2014. Forthcoming. Children and forced migration. In: Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E., Loescher, G., Long, K. and Sigona, N., eds. The Oxford Handbook of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies. Oxford University Press. (Oxford Handbooks in Politics & International Relations)
Hart, J. and Forte, C. L., 2013. Mandated to fail? Humanitarian agencies and the protection of Palestinian children. Disasters, 37 (4), pp. 627-645.
Hart, J., 2012. The spatialisation of child protection: notes from the occupied Palestinian territory. Development in Practice, 22 (4), pp. 473-485.
Hart, J., 2012. The ethics of research with children in situations of political violence. In: Fossheim, H., ed. Cross-Cultural Child Research: Ethical Challenges. Oslo: The Norwegian National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and Humanities (NESH).
Hart, J., 2011. The mobilization of children: What’s the difference? In: Guichaoua, Y., ed. Understanding Collective Political Violence. Palgrave Macmillan. (Conflict, Inequality and Ethnicity)
Hart, J., Paludan, M. B., Steffen, L. and O'Donoghue, G., 2011. Working with children as stakeholders in development: the challenges of organisational change. Development in Practice, 21 (3), pp. 330-342.
Hart, J., 2011. Young people and conflict: The implications for education. In: Paulson, J., ed. Education and Reconciliation: Exploring Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations. London: Continuum Books, pp. 11-31.
Hart, J., 2009. Displaced children's participation in political violence: towards greater understanding of mobilisation. In: Thomas, N. P., ed. Children, Politics and Communication: Participation at the Margins. Bristol UK: Policy Press.
Hart, J., 2008. Business as usual? The global political economy of childhood poverty. Other. Young Lives.
Hart, J., 2008. Displaced children's participation in political violence: towards greater understanding of mobilisation. Conflict, Security & Development, 8 (3), pp. 277-293.
Hart, J., 2008. Dislocated masculinity: adolescence and the Palestinian nation-in-exile. Journal of Refugee Studies, 21 (1), pp. 64-81.
Hart, J., 2008. Children's participation and international development: attending to the political. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 16 (3), pp. 407-418.
Hart, J., ed., 2008. Years of Conflict: Adolescence, Political Violence and Displacement. Berghahn Books. (Studies in forced migration)
Hart, J., 2007. Empowerment or frustration? Participatory programming with young Palestinians. Children, Youth and Environments, 17 (3).
Hart, J., Galappatti, A., Boyden, J. and Armstrong, M., 2007. Participatory tools for evaluating psychosocial work with children in areas of armed conflict: a pilot in eastern Sri Lanka. Intervention: International Journal of Mental Health, Psychosocial Work and Counselling in Areas of Armed Conflict, 5 (1), pp. 41-60.
Hart, J., Boyden, J., de Berry, J. and Feeny, T., 2006. Children affected by armed conflict in South Asia: a review of trends and issues identified through secondary research. In: Reyes, G. and Jacobs, G. A., eds. Handbook of International Disaster Psychology: Interventions with Special Needs Populations. Vol. 4. Westport CT, USA: Praeger Publishers, pp. 61-76.
Armstrong, M., Boyden, J., Galappatti, A. and Hart, J., 2006. Participatory tools for monitoring and evaluating psychosocial work with children: Reflections on a pilot study in Eastern Sri Lanka. In: Reyes, G. and Jacobs, G. A., eds. Handbook of International Disaster Psychology: Practices and Programs. Vol. 2. Westport CT, USA: Praeger Publishers, pp. 157-176.
Hart, J., 2004. Beyond struggle and aid: children’s identities in a Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan. In: Boyden, J. and de Berry, J., eds. Children and Youth on the Front Line: Ethnography, Armed Conflict and Displacement. Berghahn Books, pp. 167-188.
Hart, J., 2002. Childrens’ clubs: new ways of working with conflict-displaced children in Sri Lanka. Forced Migration Review, 15, pp. 36-39.
Hart, J., 2002. Children and nationalism in a Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan. Childhood, 9 (1), pp. 35-47.