Marshall, Anne

Last modified: August 14, 2017

Director of the Centre for Youth & Society
  University of Victoria
Area(s) of Interest:
  • Aboriginal

Selected Publications:

Marshall, E.A., Butler, K., Roche, T., Cumming, J., & Taknint, J.T. (2016). Refugee youth: A review of mental health counselling issues and practices. Canadian Psychology, 37 (3), 309-319.

Spowart, J.K.P., & Marshall, E.A. (2016). Young Native men’s work experiences. In C. Schmidtke (ed.). American Indian workforce education: Trends and issues. Routledge.

Marshall, E.A. & Butler, K. (2015). School to work transitions for emerging adults. In J.J. Arnett (Ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Emerging Adulthood. (pp. 316-333). NY : Oxford University Press.

Spowart< J.P., & Marshall, E.A. (2015). Relational and cultural impacts on the work life of young Indigenous men. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 49(3), 214-231.

Marshall, E. A., Shepard, B., Leadbeater, B., (2006). Interdisciplinary Research: Charting New Directions Collaborately. International Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 2, Issue 2. P. 953 – 960.

Marshall, A., Shepard, B., Batten, S., (2003). Voices from the Margins: Ethical Research Practices in Aboriginal Communities, The International Journal of Diversity. Vol. 3.

Marshall, A., & Wolsak, V., (2003). Focusing on the journey. Life-career resources for youth in transition. NATCON Papers 2003.

Marshall, A. (2002).The blueprint for life/work designs: A planning and delivery resource for career development.BC Counsellor, 24, 63 – 68.

Marshall, A., Shepard, B. & Batten, S. (2002). First Nations and rural youth: Career exploration narratives. NATCON Papers.