Family Group Decision Making Bibliography

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan. (1994). A Canadian innovation of family group decision making. In International Year of the Family Conference Papers Strengthening Families (pp. 40-49). International Year of the Family Committee and Government of New Zealand Social Welfare Department, Wellington, New Zealand.

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan (1998). Family group decision making: After the conference; progress in resolving violence and promoting well-being: Outcome Report (Vols. 1-2). St. John's, Newfoundland: Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Social Work. [Available from Gale Burford, Department of Social Work, Burlington, VT; Phone: (802)656-9661, Fax: (802)656-8565. Email: gburford@zoo.uvm.edu]

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan (1996). Family group decision making: Generating indigenous structures for resolving family violence.Protecting Children, 12(3), 17-21.

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan. (1995). Family group decision making: New roles for `old' partners in resolving family violence: Implementation Report Summary. St. John's, NF: Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Social Work. (In English, French, and Inuktitut)

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan. (1996, original 1995). Family Group Decision Making: New roles for `old' partners in resolving family violence: Implementation Report Summary. St. John's, Newfoundland: Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland. [Available through www.mun.ca/iser/]

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan. (1995). The family group decision making project: An innovation in child and family welfare. In B. Galaway & J. Hudson (Eds.), Canadian child welfare: Research and policy implications (pp. 140-153). Toronto, ON: Thompson Educational Publications.

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan. (1999). Saputjinik (Healing each other): An Inuit family deals with domestic violence. Video prepared by the Centre for Academic & Media Services, Memorial University of Newfoundland, and the OkâlaKatigêt Society, Nain, Labrador, Canada. [English version completed and Inuktitut version in process]. Available in QuickTime version.

Burford, Gale, & Pennell, Joan (1998). Widening the circle: The family group decision making experience. Video prepared by the Centre for Academic & Media Services, Memorial University of Newfoundland for Health Canada, Family Violence Prevention Unit. Hull, Quebec: Minister of Public Works and Government Services. [Available from Centre for Academic & Media Instruction, School of Continuing Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NF, Canada, c/o Executive Producer, FAX (709) 737-4635; Ph: (709) 737-7575; e-mail bcahill@mirror.det.mun.ca; United States distribution through the American Humane Association]

Burford, Gale, Pennell, Joan, & MacLeod, Susan. (1999). Family group decision making. In B. R. Compton & B. Galaway, Social work processes (6th ed.) (pp. 278-283). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Burford, Gale, Pennell, Joan, & MacLeod, Susan. (1995, August). Manual for coordinators and communities: The organization and practice of family group decision making (revised). St. John's, NF: Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Social Work. (In English, French, and Inuktitut). Also available in HTML and PDF versions.

Burford, Gale, Pennell, Joan, MacLeod, Susan, Campbell, Stella, & Lyall, George. (1996). Reunification as an extended family matter.Community Alternatives: International Journal of Family Care, 8(2), 33-55.

Eagan, Tom, Dooling, Kim, & Melendy, Susan. (1994). Not a secret anymore. St. John's, Newfoundland: Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Social Work, Family Group Decision Making Project.

MacLeod, L., based on a conversation with Joan Pennell and Gale Burford. (1995) Family group conferencing: A community-based model for stopping family violence. In M. Valverde, L. MacLeod & K. Johnson (eds.), Wife assault and the Canadian criminal justice system (pp 198-204). Toronto, Ontario: Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto.

MacLeod, S., & Campbell, S. (1996). Family group decision making: A strategy to help families and communities keep women and children safe. In M. Russell, J. Hightower, & G. Gutman (Eds.), Stopping the violence: Changing families, changing futures (pp. 170-174). Vancouver, BC: British Columbia Institute on Family Violence.

Pennell, J. (1998). Family group decision making for preventing the abuse of women and children. In C. Oblin, L. J. Kirmayer, K. Gill, & E. Robinson (Eds.), Widening the Circle: Collaborative Research for Mental Health Promotion in Native Communities (pp. 34-38, 47-48). Proceedings of the conference "Widening the Circle: Developing Partnerships for Aboriginal Mental Health, Institute of Community & Family Psychiatry, Sir Mortimer B. Davis – Jewish General Hospital, and Division of Social & Transcultural Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.

Pennell, Joan. (1999). Mainstreaming family group conferencing. Plenary at the Building Strong Partnerships for Restorative Practices Conference, Department of Social Work, University of Vermont; State of Vermont Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services and the Department of Corrections; and Real Justice; Burlington, VT. (Invited and Sponsored by National Institute of Corrections)

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale. (1996). Attending to context: Family group decision making in Canada. In J. Hudson, A. Morris, G. Maxwell, & B. Galaway (Eds.), Family group conferences: Perspectives on policy & practice (pp. 206-220). The Federation Press: Annandale, New South Wales, Australia; and New York: Criminal Justice Press.

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale. (1997). Communities of concern for resolving child and adult abuse: The family group decision making project. In Gale Burford (Ed.), Ties that bind: An anthology of readings on social work and social welfare in Newfoundland and Labrador (pp. 280-289). St. John's, NF: Jesperson Press.

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale (1998). Evaluating FGDM: What are the expected outcomes and how can they best be measured (Part 1). In 1997 National Roundtable Series on Family Group Decision Making: Assessing the Promise and Implementing the Practice: Summary of Proceedings (pp. 49-58). Englewood, Colorado: American Humane Association, Children's Division.

Pennell, J., & Burford, G. (1999). Family group decision making: After the conference – Progress in resolving violence and promoting well-being. In 1998 National Roundtable on Family Group Decision Making: Summary of proceedings (pp. 3-6). Englewood, Co: American Humane Association.

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale (1997). Family group decision making: After the conference ­ progress in resolving violence and promoting well-being: Outcome Report Fact Sheet. St. John's, Newfoundland: Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Social Work. (In EnglishFrench, and Labrador Inuktitut)

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale (1997). Family group decision making: After the conference ­ progress in resolving violence and promoting well-being: Outcome Report Summary. St. John's, Newfoundland: Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Social Work. (In English, French, and Labrador Inuktitut)

Pennell, Joan & Burford, Gale (2000). Family group decision-making and family violence. In G. Burford & J. Hudson (Eds.), Family group conferences: New directions in community-centered child and family practice (pp. 171-192). Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter.

Pennell, J., & Burford, G. (1998). Family group decision making: Communities stopping family violence: Questions and answers. Monograph prepared for Health Canada, Family Violence Prevention Division. Cat. No.: H72-21/158-1998E. Hull, Québec: Minister of Public Works and Government Services. (in English and French) [US distribution to be through the American Humane Association]

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale. (1995). Family group decision making: New roles for `old' partners in resolving family violence: Implementation Report (Vol. I-II). St. John's, NF: Memorial University of Newfoundland, School of Social Work.

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale. (2000). Family group decision making: Protecting children and women. Child Welfare, 79(2), 131-158.

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale. (in press). Family group decision making: Resolving Child Sexual Abuse. In G. Burford (Ed.), Broken icons. St. John's, NF: Jesperson Press.

Pennell, J., & Burford, G. (2002). Feminist praxis, Making family group conferencing work. In Heather Strang & John Braithwaite, (eds.),Restorative justice and family violence: New ideas and learning from the past (pp. 108-127). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Pennell, Joan, & Burford, Gale. (1994). Widening the circle: The family group decision making project. Journal of Child & Youth Care, 9(1), 1-12.

Pennell, J., Burford, G., Macgowan, M., Waites, C., & Weil, M. (2000). Partnership-building evaluation in Newfoundland/Labrador and North Carolina. In 1999 Family Group Decision Making Roundtable and International Conference on Evaluating Family Group Decision Making: Summary of the Proceedings (pp. 129-132). Englewood, CO: American Humane Association.

Pennell, Joan & Burford, Gale with Campbell, Stella, Crawford, Elizabeth, Lyall, George, MacLeod, Susan, Peckford, Bruce, & Tuck, Karen. (1995). Developing a family empowerment model in partnership with community and government. In Kathleen Kufeldt & Lois Greene (Eds.), Chair in Child Protection 1994 Symposium Proceedings Protection through Empowerment: Caring for Children and Families (pp. 17-23). School of Social Work, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland.