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Lennie, June & Tacchi, Jo A. (2013) Evaluating Communication for Development : A Framework for Social Change. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Oxon, United Kingdom.
Hearn, Gregory N., Tacchi, Jo A., Foth, Marcus, & Lennie, June (2009) Action Research and New Media: Concepts, Methods and Cases. Hampton Press, Cresskill, NJ.
Lennie, June (2009) Troubling Empowerment : A feminist critique of a rural women and communication technology project. VDM Publishing House Ltd., Saarbrucken, Germany.
Tacchi, Jo A. & Lennie, June (2014) A participatory framework for researching and evaluating communication for development and social change. In Wilkins, Karin Gwinn, Tufte, Thomas, & Obregon, Rafael (Eds.) The Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change. Wiley-Blackwell, West Sussex, pp. 298-320.
Tacchi, Jo A., Lennie, June, & Wilmore, Michael (2013) Critical reflections on the use of participatory methodologies to build evaluation capacities in international development organisations. In Goff, Susan (Ed.) From Theory to Practice; Context in Praxis : Selected Paper from the 8th Action Learning Action Research World Congress. Action Learning, Action Research Association Inc., Brisbane, Australia., pp. 148-158.
Lennie, June (2006) Critically evaluating rural women’s participation and empowerment : An interdisciplinary feminist framework for research and analysis. In Behera, M. C. (Ed.) Globalising Rural Development : Competing Paradigms and Emerging Realities. Sage, New Delhi.
Lennie, June (2005) An eclectic feminist framework for critically evaluating women and communication technology projects. In Kwansah-Aidoo, K. (Ed.) Topical issues in communications and media research. Nova Science Publishers, United States of America, New York, pp. 117-142.
Lennie, June (2004) Learning, evaluation, action and reflection for new technologies, empowerment and rural sustainability (The LEARNERS project). In Richards, Carol & Aitken, Lyn (Eds.) Social Innovations in Natural Resource Management : A Handbook of Social Research in Natural Resource Management in Queensland. Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Queensland Government, Brisbane, pp. 42-44.
Grace, Margaret & Lennie, June (2002) Voices from Elsewhere: Empowering Electronic Conversations Among Women. In Inayatullah, S & Leggett, S (Eds.) Transforming Communication: Technology, Sustainability and Future Generations. Praeger Publishers, Westport, CT, USA, pp. 121-133.
Lennie, June, Tacchi, Jo A., & Wilmore, Michael (2012) Meta-evaluation to improve learning, evaluation capacity development and sustainability : Findings from a participatory evaluation project in Nepal. South Asian Journal of Evaluation in Practice, 1(1), pp. 13-28.
Lennie, June (2006) Increasing the rigour and trustworthiness of participatory evaluations : learnings from the field. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 6(1), pp. 27-35.
Lennie, June, Hearn, Gregory N., Simpson, Lynette E., & Kimber, Megan P. (2005) Building community capacities in evaluating rural IT projects : success strategies from the LEARNERS Project. International Journal of Education & Development using Information and Communication Technology, 1(1), pp. 13-31.
Miller, Wayne & Lennie, June (2005) Empowerment evaluation: A practical method for evaluating a national school breakfast program. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 5(2), pp. 18-26.
Lennie, June (2005) An evaluation capacity-building process for sustainable community IT initiatives : empowering and disempowering impacts. Evaluation, 11(4), pp. 390-414.
Hearn, Gregory N., Kimber, Megan P., Lennie, June, & Simpson, Lynette E. (2005) A way forward : ICTs and regional sustainability. The Journal of Community Informatics, 1(2), pp. 18-31.
Lennie, June, Hatcher, Caroline A., & Morgan, Wendy R. (2003) Feminist discourses of (dis)empowerment in an action research project involving rural women and communication technologies. Action Research, 1(1), pp. 57-80.
Lennie, June (2002) Care and Connection in Online Groups linking Rural and Urban Women in Australia: Some Contradictory Effects. Feminist Media Studies, 2(3), pp. 289-306.
Lennie, June (2002) Rural Women's Empowerment in a Communication Technology Project: Some Contradictory Effects. Rural Society, 12(3), pp. 224-245.
Tacchi, Jo A., Lennie, June, & Wilmore, Michael (2010) Critical reflections on the use of participatory methodologies to build evaluation capacities in international development organisations. In World Congress 2010 Proceedings, ALARA : Action Learning, Action Research Association Inc., Melbourne, VIC, pp. 1-11.
Lennie, June, Skuse, Andrew, & Koirala, Bikash (2009) Developing a participatory impact assessment approach and action research culture within a communication for social change organisation in Nepal. In Perspectives on Impact Evaluation : Approaches to Assessing Development Effectiveness International Conference, 31 March - 2 April 2009, Semiramis Hotel, Cairo.
Lennie, June, Skuse, Andrew, Tacchi, Jo A., & Wilmore, Michael (2008) Challenges, issues and contradictions in a participatory impact assessment project in Nepal. In Australasian Evaluation Society Conference, Monday 8th - Friday 12th September 2008, Perth, Western Australia.
Lennie, June & Tacchi, Jo A. (2007) The value of participatory action research for managing a collaborative ICT impact assessment project in Nepal. In Australasian Evaluation Society International Conference ‘Doing Evaluation Better', 3-7 September, The Sebel, Albert Park, Melbourne.
Lennie, June, Hearn, Gregory N., & Hanrahan, Mary U. (2005) The EvaluateIT Kit: A Method for Engaging Communities in Evaluating IT Projects. In International Conference on Engaging Communities, 14-17 August 2005, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)
Hearn, Gregory N., Simpson, Lynette E., Lennie, June, & Kimber, Megan P. (2004) ICTs and regional sustainability: A critique and a way forward. In Johanson, Graeme & Stillman, Larry (Eds.) Community Informatics Research Network Conference and Colloquium 2004: Sustainability and community technology, September 29 - October 1 2004, Prato, Italy.
Lennie, June & Hearn, Gregory (2003) Designing inclusive communication and participating processes: Interim findings from the trial of a participatory evaluation process involving diverse rural communities and organisations. In Hatcher, Caroline, Flew, Terry, & Jacobs, Joanne (Eds.) Proceedings, Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference ANZCA03: Designing Communication for Diversity, 9-11 July 2003, Brisbane, Queensland.
Lennie, June & Hearn, Gregory (2003) The potential of PAR and participatory evaluation for increasing the sustainability and success of community development initiatives using new communication technologies. In Ansu Erasmus, Professor (Ed.) Proceedings, Action Learning, Action Research & Process Management and Participatory Action Research Congress, 21-24 September, 2003, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Lennie, June (2002) Including a Diversity of Rural Women in a Communication Technology Access Project: Taking the Macro and Micro Contexts in Account. In Johanson, G & Stillman, L (Eds.) Electronic Networking 2002 - Building Community, 3-5 July 2002, Melbourne, Victoria.
Lennie, June (2010) Learnings, case studies and guidelines for establishing shared and collaborative service delivery in the non-government sector: Evaluation of the Multi-Tenant Service Centre (MTSC) Pilots Project. Department of Communities, Queensland Government, Australia.
Lennie, June, Hearn, Gregory N., Simpson, Lynette E., Kennedy da Silva, Emma, Kimber, Megan P., & Hanrahan, Mary U. (2004) Building community capacity in evaluating IT projects: Outcomes of the LEARNERS project.
Lennie, June (2001) Troubling empowerment: An evaluation and critique of a feminist action research project involving rural women and interactive communication technologies. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Lennie, June (1996) Gender and power in sustainable development planning : towards a feminist poststructuralist framework of participation. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.