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Lonne, Robert L., Parton, Nigel, Thomson, Jane, & Harries, Maria (2008) Reforming Child Protection. Routledge, London.
Lonne, Robert & Duke, Jan (2009) The registration of social workers. In Connolly, Marie & Harms, Louise (Eds.) Social Work: Contexts and Practice (Second edition). Oxford University Press Inc, South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, pp. 378-392.
Fox, Tricia, Lonne, Robert, & McDonald, Catherine (2003) Emerging Ethical Issues in the Human Services: The Times They Are a Changing? In Briskman, L & Muetzelfeldt, M (Eds.) Moving Beyond Managerialism in Human Services. RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, Victoria, pp. 1-12.
Lonne, Robert L. (2003) Social workers and human service practitioners. In Dollard, Maureen F., Winefield, Anthony H., & Winefield, Helen R. (Eds.) Occupational Stress in the Service Professions. Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 281-310.
Lonne, Bob, Brown, Gerry, Wagner, Ingrid, & Gillespie, Kerri (2015) Victoria's Child FIRST and IFS differential response system : progress and issues. Child Abuse & Neglect, 39, pp. 41-49.
Ho, Yang, Lonne, Bob, & Burton, Judith (2014) Enhancing the capacity of kin caregivers and their families to meet the needs of children left behind. China Journal of Social Work, 7(2), pp. 131-144.
Lonne, Bob & Parton, Nigel (2014) Portrayals of child abuse scandals in the media in Australia and England : impacts on practice, policy, and systems. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38(5), pp. 822-836.
Hu, Yang, Lonne, Bob, & Burton, Judith A. (2014) Informal kinship care in rural China : the influence of Confucianism and attachment. Families, Relationships and Societies, 3(2), pp. 287-302.
McCosker, Laura, Lonne, Bob, Gillespie, Kerri, & Marston, Greg (2014) Feature article coverage of Australian out-of-home care : portrayals and policy reform. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 84(3), pp. 257-265.
Lonne, Bob & Gillespie, Kerri (2014) How do Australian print media representations of child abuse and neglect inform the public and system reform? Child Abuse & Neglect, 38(5), pp. 837-850.
Withington, Tania, Burton, Judith, & Lonne, Bob (2013) Placement Trajectory : mapping the journeys of children and young people in out-of-home care. Communities, Children and Families Australia, 7(1), pp. 21-34.
Lonne, Bob (2013) Reshaping our protective systems : issues and options. Communities, Children and Families Australia, 7(1), pp. 9-20.
Hu, Yang, Burton, Judith, & Lonne, Bob (2013) A comparison of children's needs models in the Australian and Chinese context. Communities, Children and Families Australia, 7(1), pp. 75-87.
Lonne, Robert, Harries, Maria, & Lantz, Sarah (2013) Workforce development: A pathway to reforming child protection systems in Australia. The British Journal of Social Work, 43(8), pp. 1630-1648.
Lonne, Bob (2012) Alberta child welfare : opportunities for better processes and outcomes. Learning Our Way Journal, 1, pp. 9-17.
Wendt, Sarah, Cheers, Brian, Francis, Karen, Lonne, Robert, & Schiller, Wendy (2012) Exploring social workers' personal domains in rural practice. Journal of Social Work, 12(2), pp. 194-210.
Kojan, Bente Heggem & Lonne, Robert (2012) A comparison of systems and outcomes for safeguarding children in Australia and Norway. Child and Family Social Work, 17(1), pp. 96-107.
Russ, Erica, Lonne, Bob, & Darlington, Yvonne (2009) Using resilience to reconceptualise child protection workforce capacity. Australian Social Work: The Journal of the Association of Social Workers, 62(3), pp. 324-338.
Lonne, Bob (2009) Social justice and high-quality human services : visioning the place of a contemporary professional association. Australian Social Work, 62(1), pp. 1-9.
Karger, Howard & Lonne, Robert L. (2009) Unionization : a necessary strategy to arrest professional decline? Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 24(1&2), pp. 21-44.
Mathews, Benjamin P., Goddard, Chris, Lonne, Robert L., Short, Stephanie, & Briggs, Freda (2009) Developments in Australian laws requiring the reporting of suspected child sexual abuse. Children Australia, 34(3), pp. 18-23.
Humphreys, Cathy, Harries, Maria, Healy, Karen, Lonne, Robert L., Mendes, Philip, McHugh, Marilyn, et al. (2009) Shifting the child protection juggernaut to earlier intervention. Children Australia, 34(3), pp. 5-8.
Murray, Martin H. & Lonne, Robert L. (2006) An innovative use of the web to build graduate skills. Teaching in Higher Education, 11(1), pp. 63-77.
Lonne, Bob & Thomson, Jane (2005) Critical review of Queensland's Crime and Misconduct Commission Inquiry into abuse of children in foster care : social work's contribution to reform. Australian Social Work, 58(1), pp. 86-99.
Cheers, Brian, Darracott, Ros, & Lonne, Bob (2005) Domains of rural social work practice. Rural Society: the journal of research into rural and regional social issues in Australia, 15(3), pp. 234-251.
Lonne, Robert L., McDonald, Catherine, & Fox, Tricia A. (2004) Ethical practice in the contemporary human services. Journal of Social Work, 4(3), pp. 345-367.
Fox, Tricia A., Lonne, Robert L., & McDonald, Catherine (2001) Curriculum development for professional ethics in Australian human service university programmes. The Curriculum Journal, 12(2), pp. 241-259.
Fox, Tricia, Lonne, Bob, & McDonald, Catherine (2001) Curriculum development for professional ethics in Australian human service university programmes. The Curriculum Journal, 12(2), pp. 241-259.
Clapton, S., Lonne, R. L., & Theunissen, C. A. G. (1999) Multi-victim sexual assault : a case study in rural Australia. Child Abuse and Neglect, 23(4), 395-404 .
Lonne, Robert, Brough, Mark, Crane, Phil, Wagner, Ingrid, King, Julie, Duthie, Debbie, et al. (2011) Goori Men's Recovery Centre Evaluation Report. Goori Men's Recovery Centre, Australia.
Lonne, Bob, Daniels, Ross, & King, Julie A. (2010) Visioning technology-based simulated learning environments in the social work curriculum. Health Workforce Australia.
Healy, Karen & Lonne, Bob (2010) The social work & human services workforce : report from a national study of education, training and workforce needs. Australian Learning and Teaching Council, NSW, Australia.