Crinall, K., Manning, D., Feeley, M., Glavas, A. (2013) The power of pyjamas”. Everything effects everything else: Power, perception and hidden forms of restrictive practice in shared supported accommodation. In ALARA 2010 World Congress: From Theory to Practice; Context in Praxis. Australia: Sydney University Press.
Manning, D. (forthcoming) “Complicated conversations: sharing stories with students to create socially just learning and practice possibilities” In E. Lyle & G. Knowles Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide: Pedagogical Enactment for Socially Just Education. Canada: Backalong Books.
Duffy, M., Merlino, D., Manning, D., 2010, Mapping out the soundlines of new urban developments, Paper published in an on-line website ambiance.net, ambience.net, France.,
Edmondson, B. and Manning, D. (2009) The Primacy of Philosophy for Effective Learning. The International Journal of Learning Vol 16, No. 10 pp553-568
Manning, D (2008) Poetic Possibilities. Creative Approaches to Research Vol 1, No. 2, pp.55-70
Manning D. (2008) Auto ethnography: a journey of self indulgence. Refereed Proceedings of AARE International Education Research Conference 2007, Fremantle, Western Australia. Australian Association of Researchers in Education pp1-16
Tracey, J. & Manning D. (2007) The Student Unit Perspective. New Community Quarterly Vol 5, No 4. Summer pp 32-35
Manning, D. (2006) Constructing meaning and metaphor for cultural pedagogy. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning. Vol 2, No. 1. University of Southern Queensland pp48-62
Manning, D. (2006) Walk the Talk: the journey towards deconstructing the education environment as a model for anti-oppressive social and community welfare practice. Vol 1, No 1 Practice Reflexions pp27-38.
Crinall, K.M., Manning, D.J., Glavas, A.S., Feeley, M., (2011) “Everything effects everything else”:power,perception and hidden forms of restrictive practice in shared supported accommodation, Monash University, Churchill Vic Australia, pp. 1-38.
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