Shannon Moore, Ph.D.
Faculty of Social Sciences - Child and Youth Studies
Shannon Moore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Child & Youth Studies
Phone (905) 688-5550, Ext.5396
R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (2012). Introduction. In R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (Eds.), Politics, Participation & Power Relations: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship in the Classroom and Community, pp. 1-7. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.
S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (2012). Transdisciplinary Approaches to Young People’s Citizenship: From Bystanders to Action. In R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (Eds.), Politics, Participation & Power Relations Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship in the Classroom and Community, pp. 183-205. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.
S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (2012). Rights-based Restorative Justice in Canada: From Silence to Citizenship. In Oxford Law and Childhood Studies Current Legal Issues Volume 14 Edited by Professor Michael Freeman on behalf of The Faculty of Laws, University College London, pp. 202-218. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (2011). Human Rights Within/Without Education: A Critical Pedagogy for Troubling Times. In J. A. Kentel (Ed.), Educating the Young: The Ethics of Care, pp. 189-210. Oxford: Peter Lang Publishing.
S. A. Moore (2011). Constructing Critical Citizenship Education with Young People: Alternative Pedagogies. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 2(3/4), 494-509.
S. A. Moore & R.C. Mitchell (2011). Theorising Rights-based Restorative Justice: The Canadian Context. The International Journal of Children’s Rights, 19(1), 81-105.
S. A Moore & R. C. Mitchell (2009). Rights Based Restorative Justice: Evaluating Compliance with International Standards. Youth Justice: An International Journal, 9(1), 27-43.
R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (June 23, 2014). Rights-Based Restorative Praxis: De-Colonising Restorative Justice in Canadian Schools. Scottish Universities Insight Institute (SUII) Children’s rights, social justice and social identities in Scotland: Intersections in research, policy and practice. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.
R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (June 25, 2014). Rights-Based Restorative Praxis: Transdisciplinary Intersections in Canadian Schools. Colloquium, School of Education, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
S. A. Moore (May 7, 2014). Radical Listening: A Transdisciplinary Perspective for Counselling Psychology, Conversation Café Presenter, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association Conference in Victoria, British Columbia.
S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (June 3, 2013). Radical Listening: Transdisciplinarity, Restorative Justice, Change, Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Feministes. Federation of the Social Sciences and Humanities Congress 2013, @The Edge, University of Victoria.
S. A. Moore (2011). Re-Visioning Justice: Restorative Justice, Transdisciplinarity and Change. Keynote Speaker, 2011 National Restorative Justice Week symposium, November 13-15, Kamloops B.C. Sponsored by Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian band and Correctional Services of Canada, http://www.csc-scc.gc.ca/text/rj/rj2010/event-eng.shtml
S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (July 5-6, 2010). Rights Based Restorative in Canada: From Silence to Citizenship. Current Legal Issues Colloquium 2010, Faculty of Laws, University College, London, United Kingdom.
R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (June 8-11, 2010). The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: A Transdisciplinary tool for Democratic Citizenship Education. International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS) Conference for Academic Disciplines, Aix-en-Provence, France.
S. A. Moore & R.C. Mitchell (May 20-23, 2009). International Standards, Local Realities: A Grounded Theory Approach to Rights-Based Restorative Justice in Canada. 5th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
S. Baker, J. Kielven & S. A. Moore (2013). Restorative Practices in Ontario Schools: Preliminary Report. Safe and Accepting Schools Branch, Submitted to Ministry of Education, Ontario, Canada, pp. 1-46.