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Nairn, K. (2019). Learning from Young People Engaged in Climate Activism: The Potential of Collectivizing Despair and Hope. YOUNG, 1-16.

Nairn, K., Showden, C. R., Sligo, J., Matthews, K. R., & Kidman, J. (2020). Consent requires a relationship: rethinking group consent and its timing in ethnographic research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1-13.

Nairn, K., Kidman, J., Matthews, K. R., Showden, C. R., & Parker, A. (2021). Living in and out of time: Youth-led activism in Aotearoa New Zealand. Time & Society, 30(2), 247-269.

Showden, C. R., Nairn, K., & Matthews, K. R. (2022). ‘So people wake up, what are we gonna do?’: From paralysis to action in decolonizing activism. Ethnicities 22(5): 663–684. (open access)

Nairn, K., Sligo, J., Showden, C. R., Matthews, K. R., & Kidman, J. (2022). Fierce Hope: Youth Activism in Aotearoa. Bridget Williams Books.


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