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Woods, Annette F., Dooley, Karen T., Luke, Allan, & Exley, Beryl E. (2014) School leadership, literacy and social justice : the place of local school curriculum planning and reform. In Bogotch, Ira & Shields, Carolyn (Eds.) International Handbook of Educational Leadership and Social (In)Justice. Springer, New York. (In Press)
Exley, Beryl E., Woods, Annette F., & Dooley, Karen T. (2013) Thinking Critically in the Land of Princesses and Giants : The Affordances and Challenges of Critical Approaches in the Early Years. In Pandya, Jessica & Avila, Julianna (Eds.) Moving Critical Literacies Forward : A New Look at Praxis Across Contexts. Routledge, London, pp. 59-70.
Dooley, Karen, Exley, Beryl, & Comber, Barbara (2013) Leading Literacies : Literacy Teacher Education for Inclusion and Social Justice. In Kosnik, Clare, Rowsell, Jennifer, Williamson, Peter, Simon, Rob, & Beck, Clive (Eds.) Literacy Teacher Educators : Preparing Teachers for a Changing World. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands, pp. 65-78.
Dooley, Karen T. (2012) Positioning refugee students as intellectual class members. In McCarthy, Florence & Vickers, Margaret (Eds.) Refugee and Immigrant Students : Achieving Equity in Education. Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
Luke, Allan & Dooley, Karen T. (2011) Critical literacy and second language learning. In Hinkel, Eli (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Second Language Teaching and Learning. Routledge, New York, London.
Dooley, Karen (2009) Language and Inclusion in Mainstream Classrooms. In Miller, Jennifer, Kostogriz, Alex, & Gearon, Margaret (Eds.) Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms : New Dilemmas for Teachers. Multilingual Matters, Bristol, UK ; Buffalo, NY, pp. 75-91.
McWilliam, Erica L., Dooley, Karen T., McArdle, Felicity A., & Tan, Jennifer Pei-Ling (2009) Voicing objections. In Jackson, Alecia Y. & Mazzei, Lisa A. (Eds.) Voice in Qualitative Inquiry : Challenging Conventional, Interpretive, and Critical Conceptions. Routledge, New York, pp. 63-75.
Dooley, Karen T. (2008) Multiliteracies and pedagogies of new learning for students of English as an additional language. In Healy, Annah H. (Ed.) Multiliteracies and diversity in education : new pedagogies for expanding landscapes. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic., pp. 102-125.
Dooley, Karen T., Kapitzke, Cushla, & Luke, Carmen (2007) New urban terrains : literacies, world kids, and teachers. In Pink, William T. & Noblit, George W. (Eds.) International handbook of urban education. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 381-394.
Dooley, Karen T., Hamlin, Michelle, King, Nicole, O'Brien, Therese, & Powell, Kerry (2006) Integrated content area units for ESL students in an Australian primary school. In Penny, McKay (Ed.) Planning and teaching creatively within a required curriculum for school-age learners. TESOL Inc., Alexandria, Virginia, pp. 125-147.
Dooley, Karen (2004) Adapting Mainstream Pedagogy for Chinese ESL Students in Secondary School Classrooms. In Performing Educational Research: Theories, Methods and Practices. Post Pressed, Flaxton, Queensland, pp. 123-136.
Dooley, Karen (2004) English Literacies in Linguistically Diverse Classrooms. In Text Next: New Resources for Literacy Learning. Primary English Teaching Association, Newtown, NSW, pp. 69-83.
Dooley, Karen & Singh, Parlo (2001) The regulating discourse of race and ethnicity in culturally inclusive pedagogy. In Freebody, Peter, Muspratt, Sandy, & Dwyer, Bronwyn (Eds.) Difference, Silence And Textural Practice: Studies In Critical Literacy. Hampton Press, Cresskill, New Jersey, USA, pp. 91-117.
Chern, Chiou-lan & Dooley, Karen (2014) Learning English by walking down the street. ELT Journal. (In Press)
Doherty, Catherine A., Dooley, Karen T., & Woods, Annette F. (2013) Teaching sociology within teacher education : revisiting, realigning and re-embedding. Journal of Sociology, 49(4), pp. 515-530.
Mu, Guanglun Michael, Zheng, Xinrong, Jia, Ning, Li, Xiaohua, Wang, Shaoyi, Chen, Yachuan, et al. (2013) Revisiting educational equity and quality in China through confucianism, policy, research, and practice. The Australian Educational Researcher, 40(3), pp. 373-389.
Dooley, Karen, Dezuanni, Michael L., Levido, Amanda, & Woods, Annette (2012) MediaClub : learning and hanging out with friends. QTU Professional Magazine, 27, pp. 22-24.
Davis-Warra, John, Dooley, Karen T., & Exley, Beryl E. (2011) Reflecting on the ‘Dream Circle’ : urban Indigenous education processes designed for student and community empowerment. QTU Professional Magazine, 26, pp. 19-21.
Luke, Allan, Woods, Annette, & Dooley, Karen (2011) Comprehension as social and intellectual practice : rebuilding curriculum in low socioeconomic and cultural minority schools. Theory into Practice, 50, pp. 157-164.
Luke, Allan, Dooley, Karen T., & Woods, Annette F. (2011) Comprehension and content : planning literacy curriculum in low socioeconomic and culturally diverse schools. The Australian Educational Researcher, 38(2), pp. 149-166.
Dooley, Karen T. & Thangaperumal, Pavithiran (2011) Pedagogy and participation : literacy education for low-literate refugee students of African origin in a western school system. Language and Education, 25(5), pp. 385-397.
Dooley, Karen T. (2009) Homework for refugee middle school students with backgrounds marked by low levels of engagement with English school literacy. Literacy Learning : the Middle Years, 17(3), pp. 28-36.
Dooley, Karen T. (2009) Intercultural conversation : building understanding together. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 52(6), pp. 497-506.
Dooley, Karen T. (2009) Re-thinking pedagogy for middle school students with little, no or severely interrupted schooling. English Teaching : Practice and Critique, 8(1), pp. 5-22.
Hudson, Peter B., Spooner-Lane, Rebecca S., & Dooley, Karen T. (2007) Capacity Building: Home and Away. Malaysian Journal of Learning & Instruction, 4(1).
Dooley, Karen T. (2004) Pedagogy in diverse secondary school classes: Legacies for higher education. Higher Education, 48(2), pp. 251-252.
Dooley, Karen T. (2003) Reconceptualising Equity : Pedagogy for Chinese Students in Australian Schools. The Australian Educational Researcher, 30(3), pp. 25-42.
Dooley, Karen T. & Healy, Annah H. (2003) Cultural difference, social justice and reading education in a new literacies context. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 7(2), pp. 103-119.
Singh, Parlo & Dooley, Karen T. (2001) Accounting for educational equality: The cultural politics of Samoan paraprofessionals’ representations of pedagogy in state-designated disadvantaged schools and communities in Australia. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 33(3), pp. 335-362.
Singh, Parlo, Dooley, Karen T., & Freebody, Peter (2001) Literacy pedagogies that may ‘make a difference’. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 29(1), pp. 49-71.
Dooley, Karen (2001) Re-Envisioning Teacher Preparation: Lessons from China. Journal of Education for Teaching, pp. 241-251.
Dooley, Karen T. (2009) Engaging with the promises of education : African refugee students in Australian secondary schools. In Proceeding of The 2009 Asian-Pacific Forum on Sociology of Education : Social Change and Educational Reform, National University of Tainan, Taiwan, E-2.
Dooley, Karen (2005) Characterising Learners: Speech-language Difficulties and ESL. In Young, J (Ed.) Pleasure Passion Provocation: Pleasurable Learning, Passionate Teaching, Provocative Debates, 1-4 July 2005, Australia, Queensland, Gold Coast.
Healy, Annah H. & Dooley, Karen T. (2002) Digital reading pedagogy for novice readers. In AARE 2002 Conference., 1-5 December, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Healy, Annah H. & Dooley, Karen T. (2001) Reading education: Diverse audiences, new text typologies, new times. In International Literacy Conference. Literacy and Language in Global and Local Settings: New Directions for Research & Teaching, 13-17 November, Cape Town, South Africa. (Unpublished)
Mu, Guanglun Michael & Dooley, Karen (2013) Capitalising on mixed methods research : design, examples, and practice. In QUT Faculty of Education RAP Week, 20 May 2013, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)