Journal articles, books and book chapters written by Coady staff.

Latest additions:

Journal Articles: 

2011-2017

2010 and earlier

  • Irving, C.J. (2010). Reviving a community's adult education past: A case study of the library's role in learning. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 16(2), 21-35. Link
  • English, L.M., & Irving, C.J. (2008). Reflexive texts: Issues of knowledge, power and discourse in researching gender and learning. Adult Education Quarterly, 58(4), 267-283. Link.
  • Irving, C.J., & English, L.M. (2008). Partnering for research: A critical discourse analysis. Studies in Continuing Education, 30(2), 107-118. Download. (73K pdf)
  • Turay, T.M., & English, L.M. (2008). Towards a global culture of peace: A transformative model of peace education. Journal of Transformative Education, 6(4), 286-301. Link.
  • Adams, S. (2005). Promoting community based development at the Coady International Institute. Feliciter, 51, 5.
  • Cameron, C., & Ghosh, S. (2005). Empowering communities. Health Action, 18(8).
  • English, L.M., & Irving, C.J. (2007). A review of the Canadian literature on gender and learning. Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 20(1), 16-31. Download. (84K pdf)
  • Lee, N. (2004). A gold thread: Building assets and courage among SEWAs microfinance members. Critical Half, 2(1), pp. 21-26. Download. (73K pdf)
  • Mathie, A. (2002). Including the excluded: Lessons learned from poverty targeting strategies used by micro-finance providers. Development Bulletin, 57. Download. (60K pdf)
  • Mathie, A., & Cunningham, G. (2005). Who is driving development? Reflections on the transformative potential of asset-based community development. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 26(1), pp.175-187. Download. (5ooK pdf)
  • Mathie, A., & Cunningham, G. (2003). From clients to citizens: Asset-based community development as a strategy for community driven development. Development in Practice, 13(5). Link, Download. (575K pdf)
  • Mathie, A., & Dighe, A. (2001). Participatory project planning (SAVINI): Experiences and lessons. Indian Journal of Open Learning, 10(2), 175-192.
  • Misra, R., & Lee, N. (2007). Primary agricultural society linkage: The best remote self-help groups in India can do? Small Enterprise Development, 18(1), 175-187. Link.
  • Turay, T.M. (2006). Conflict resolution and peace education in Africa by Ernest Uwazie. [Book Review] Journal of Peace Education, 3(2). pp.283-285. Link.

Books, Chapters & Research Reports

2011-2016

  • Diochon, M., & Ghore, Y. (2016). ) Last mile farm inputs: farm shop deliversEmerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, 6 (3), 1-22, doi: 10.1108/EEMCS-03-2016-0025.
  • Brown, S., den Heyer, M., & Black, D.R. (Eds.). (2016). Rethinking Canadian aid, 2nd ed. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. Download e-book (7 Mb pdf).
  • Irving, C.J. (2016). Women working for libraries, learning and social change. In D.E. Clover, S. Butterwick, L. Collins, (eds.), Women, adult education, and leadership in Canada (pp. 217-227). Toronto: Thompson Educational.
  • Irving, C.J. (2016). Women of the Antigonish Movement. In D.E. Clover, S. Butterwick, L. Collins, (eds.), Women, adult education, and leadership in Canada (pp. 228-229). Toronto: Thompson Educational.
  • English, L.M., & Irving, C.J. (2015). Feminism in community: Adult education for transformation. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Publisher link.
  • Mathie, A., & Gaventa, J. (Eds.). (2015). Citizen-led innovation for a new economy. Halifax, NS: Fernwood. (international dist.: Practical Action). Publisher link
  • Gaventa, J. (2014). Fals Borda, Orlando. In D. Coghlan & M. Brydon-Miller (Eds.), The SAGE encyclopedia of action research (pp. 335-336). London: Sage.
  • Irving, C.J. (2014). Antigonish Movement. In D. Coghlan & M. Brydon-Miller (Eds.), The SAGE encyclopedia of action research (pp. 38-40). London: Sage.
  • Diochon, M. & Foroughi, B. (2013). A case study of the social impacts of economic development in Millbrook First Nation. In J. Orr & W. Weir (Eds.), Aboriginal measures for economic development, (pp. 33-55). Halifax: Fernwood. Publisher link.
  • Fawcett, C., Mathie, A., & McMillan, J. (2013). A case study of social impacts of economic development in Tobique Maliseet First Nation. In J. Orr & W. Weir (Eds.), Aboriginal measures for economic development, (pp. 56-96). Halifax: Fernwood. Publisher link.
  • Foroughi, B., & English, L.M. (2013). ICTs and adult learning. In P. Mayo (Ed.), Learning with adults: A reader, (pp. 153-160). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.Link.
  • Foroughi, B., & Durant, C. (2013). Spaces of community development and adult learning within diverse urban settings. In T. Nesbit, S. Brigham, N. Taber, & T. Gibb (Eds.). Building on Critical Traditions: Adult education and learning in Canada., (pp. 215-224). Toronto: Thompson Educational.
  • Foroughi, B., & McCollum, E. (2013). Learning participatory citizenship: Exploring the informal learning of tenant volunteers at Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC). In F. Duguid, D. Mundel, D. Schugurensky (Eds.), Volunteer work, informal learning and social action. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Coady, M., & Cameron, C. (2012). Community health impact assessment: Fostering community learning and healthy public policy at the local level. In L.M. English (Ed.), Adult Education and Health. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • English, L.M., & Irving, C.J. (2012). Women and transformative learning. In E.W. Taylor & P. Cranton, (Eds.). The Handbook of Transformative Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Ghore, Y. (2012). Globalization and access to food: An analysis of challenges and strategies for smallholder farmers in India. In R.S. Stewart & S.A. Karol (Eds.),  Food for Thought: A multidisciplinary discussion. Sydney: CBU Press.
  • Irving, C.J., & English, L.M. (2011). Women, information and communication technologies, and lifelong learning. In V.C.X. Wang, (Ed.), Encyclopedia of information communication technologies and adult education integration. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Jones, L. (2012). Discussion paper for an M4P WEE Framework: How can the Making Markets Work for the Poor Framework work for poor women and for poor men? Durham, UK: Springfield Centre for Business in Development. Link. (2 Mb pdf).

2010 and earlier

  • Adams, S. (2005). Libraries and adult education. In L.M. English (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Adult Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (Marie Michael Library:  374.003 En36i), Publisher Link.
  • Bean, W. (2000).  Community development and adult education: Locating practice in its roots. In L.M. English & M.A. Gillen (Eds.), Addressing the spiritual dimensions of adult learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Link.
  • English, L.M., Irving, C.J., Kennedy, K., & Davidson, T., Adult education and gender: State of the field report. Report commissioned by the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre, Canadian Council on Learning. Download. (450 K).
  • Hall, B. & Turay, T.M. (2005). Social movement learning: Theorizing a Canadian tradition in adult learning: The state of the field. Report commissioned by the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre, Canadian Council on Learning. Download. (1 Mb).
  • Mathie, A. & Camozzi, A. (2005). Qualitative research for tobacco control: A how - to introductory manual for researchers and development practitioners. Ottawa: IDRC/RITC.
    Download. (774K pdf)
  • Mathie, A. & Cunningham, G. (Eds.). (2008). From clients to citizens: Communities changing the course of their own development. Rugby, UK: Practical Action. (Marie Michael Library: 307.112 M426f), Link to ebook. Purchase Information.
  • Mathie, A., & Cunningham, G. (2008). From clients to citizens: Asset-based community development as a strategy for community-driven development. In J. Rothman, J.L. Erlich, & J.E. Tropman, (Eds.), Strategies of community intervention (7th ed.) (pp. 283-297). Peosta, IA: Eddie Bowers Publishing. Publisher Link.
  • Mathie, A., & Greene, J. (2002). Honoring difference and dialogue in international education and development: Mixed-method frameworks for research. In L. Bresler & A. Ardichvili (Eds.), Research in international education: Experience, theory, & practice. New York: Peter Lang. (Marie Michael Library: 370.72 B754r)
  • Misra, R. (2010). ITC Choupal Fresh. In M. Harper, (Ed.), Inclusive value chains: A pathway out of poverty. Singapore: World Scientific. (Marie Michael Library: 338.10954 H233i).
  • Turay, T.M. (2005). Peace education. In L.M. English (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of Adult Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (Marie Michael Library: 374.003 En36i), Publisher Link.
  • Turay, T.M. (2005). Popular education. In L.M. English (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of Adult Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (Marie Michael Library: 374.003 En36i), Publisher Link.

Updated May 16, 2017.