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Knox, Marie F. (2007) A Life Managed or a Life Lived? A parental view on case management. In Bigby, Christine, Fyffe, Chris, & Ozanne, Elizabeth (Eds.) Planning and support for people with intellectual disabilities : issues for case managers and other professionals. UNSW Press, Sydney, NSW, pp. 139-149.
Gwinner, Karleen, Knox, Marie F., & Brough, Mark K. (2015) ‘A contributing life’: Living a contributing life as ‘a person’, ‘an artist’ and ‘an artist with a mental illness’. Health Sociology Review, 24(3), pp. 297-309.
King, J.A, Brough, M., & Knox, M. (2014) Negotiating disability and colonisation : the lived experience of Indigenous Australians with a disability. Disability & Society, 29(5), pp. 738-750.
Lin, Hsiu-Ching, Knox, Marie, & Barr, Jennieffer (2014) A grounded theory of living a life with a physical disability in Taiwan. Disability and Society, 29(6), pp. 968-979.
Adkins, Barbara A., Summerville, Jennifer, Knox, Marie, Brown, Andrew R., & Dillon, Steven (2012) Digital technologies and musical participation for people with intellectual disabilities. New Media and Society, 15(4), pp. 501-518.
Gwinner, Karleen, Knox, Marie F., & Brough, Mark K. (2012) Making sense of mental illness as a full human experience : Perspective of illness and recovery held by people with a mental illness living in the community. Social Work in Mental Health.
Bigby, Christine, Knox, Marie, Beadle-Brown, Julie, Clement, Tim, & Mansell, Jim (2012) Uncovering dimensions of culture in underperforming group homes for people with severe intellectual disability. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: journal of policy, practice, and perspectives, 50(6), pp. 452-467.
Donnelly, M., Hillman, A., Stancliffe, R., Knox, M., Whitaker, L., & Parmenter, T.R. (2010) The role of informal networks in providing effective work opportunities for people with an intellectual disability. Work : A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, 36(2), pp. 227-237.
Bigby, Christine & Knox, Marie (2009) “I want to see the Queen” : experiences of service use by ageing people with an intellectual disability. Australian Social Work, 62(2), pp. 216-231.
Gwinner, Karleen, Knox, Marie, & Hacking, Sue (2009) The place for a contemporary artist with a mental illness. Journal of Public Mental Health, 8(4), pp. 29-37.
Ellem, Kathleen, Wilson, Jill, Chui, Wing Hong, & Knox, Marie F. (2008) Ethical challenges of life story research with ex-prisoners with intellectual disability. Disability & Society, 23(5), pp. 497-509.
Buys, Laurie, Boulton-Lewis, Gillian M., Tedman-Jones, Jan S., Edwards, Helen E., Knox, Marie F., & Bigby, Christine (2008) Issues of active ageing : perceptions of older people with lifelong intellectual disability. Australasian Journal On Ageing, 27(2), pp. 67-71.
Knox, Marie F. & Bigby, Christine (2007) Moving towards Midlife Care as Negotiated Family Business: accounts of people with intellectual disabilities and their families. "Just Getting along with their Lives Together". International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 54(3), pp. 287-304.
Keen, Deb & Knox, Marie (2004) Approach to Challenging Behaviour: A Family Affair. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 29(1), pp. 52-64.
Hickson, Faye & Knox, Marie (2001) The Meanings of Close Friendship: the Views of Four People with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, pp. 276-291.
Lin, Hsiu-Ching, Knox, Marie F., Barr, Jennieffer A., Chiu, Man-Yen, & Chung, Kao-Chi (2006) Living with "The Wall": The Experiences and Perspectives on Social Relationships of Two Taiwanese People with a Physical Disability. In Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2006, 27 October 2006, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane.
Tedman-Jones, Jan S., Knox, Marie F., & Buys, Laurie (2003) "Just Hanging On": The Experiences of Older Carers of a Family Member with Chronic Mental Illness. In Bradley, Rebecca, Lyddon, Jeff, & Buys, Laurie (Eds.) Social Change in the 21st Century, 21 November 2003, QUT, Brisbane. (Unpublished)