Kennelly, J., A. Roy and C. Larkins (revise and resubmit). Doing Youth Participatory Action Research with Bourdieu: an invitation to reflexive (participatory) sociology. Sociological Review
Roy, A. J. Kennelly, H. Rowley, C. Larkins (2020). A critical discussion of the use of film in participatory research projects with homeless young people: an international case-case based analysis. Qualitative Research. (available here)
Kennelly, J. (2020). Urban masculinity, contested spaces, and classed subcultures: young homeless men navigating downtown Ottawa, Canada. Gender, Place and Culture. 27:2, 281-300. (available here)
Kennelly, J. (2018). Envisioning democracy: participatory filmmaking with homeless youth. Canadian Review of Sociology, Volume 55, Issue 2, pp 190-210.
Kennelly, J. (2017). ‘This is the view when I walk into my house’: accounting phenomenologically for the efficacy of spatial methods with youth. Young. Volume 25, Issue 3, pp 1-17. (available here)
Kennelly, J. (2016). Symbolic violence and the Olympic Games: low-income youth, social legacy commitments, and urban exclusion in Olympic host cities. Journal of Youth Studies. Volume 20, Issue 2, pp 145-161. (Pre-press copy)
Kennelly, J. (2014). ‘It’s this pain in my heart that won’t let me stop’: Gendered reflexivity, webs of relations, and young women’s activism. Feminist Theory. Volume 15, Issue 3, pp 241-260. (Pre-press copy)
Kennelly, J. and P. Watt (2013). Restricting the public in public space: the London 2012 Olympic Games, hyper-securitization and marginalized youth. Sociological Research Online. Volume 18, Issue 2, published 31 May 2013 (weblink here)
Kennelly, J. and P. Watt (2012). Seeing Olympic effects through the eyes of marginally housed youth: changing places and the gentrification of east London. Visual Studies. Volume 27, Issue 2, pp 151-160. (weblink here)
Kennelly, J. and P. Watt (2011). Sanitizing public space in Olympic host cities: the spatial experiences of marginalized youthin 2010 Vancouver and 2012 London. Sociology. Volume 45, Issue 5, pp 765-781. (weblink here)
Kennelly, J. and K. Llewellyn.(2011). Educating for active compliance: Discursive constructions in citizenship education. Citizenship Studies. Volume 15, Issue 6-7, pp 897-914. (weblink here)
Kennelly, J. (2011). Policing young people as citizens-in-waiting: legitimacy, spatiality, and governance. British Journal of Criminology. Volume 51, pp 336-354. (available here)
Kennelly, J. (2009). Learning to protest: youth activist cultural politics in contemporary urban Canada. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies. Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 293-316. (available here)
Kennelly, J., P. Ugor and S. Poyntz. (2009). Special issue introduction: youth, cultural politics, and new social spaces in an era of globalization. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies. Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 255-269.
Kennelly, J. (2009). Good citizen/bad activist: the cultural role of the state in youth activism. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies. Volume 31, Issues 2-3, pp 127-149. (weblink here)
Kennelly, J. (2009). Youth cultures, activism, and agency: revisiting feminist debates. Gender and Education. Volume 21, Issue 3, pp 259-272. (weblink here).
Kennelly, J. and J. Dillabough (2008). Young people mobilizing the language of citizenship: struggles for classification and new meaning in an uncertain world. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 29(5), pp 493-508. (weblink here)
Kennelly, J. (2006). “Acting out” in the public sphere: the challenges of community theatre to citizenship education. Canadian Journal of Education, 29(2), pp 541-562. (Creative commons license; pdf is available here)
Dillabough, J., E. Wang and J. Kennelly (2005). “Ginas,” “Thugs,” and “Gangstas”: Young people’s struggles to “become somebody” in working-class urban Canada. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 21(2), pp 83-108.
Russell, C., T. Sarick and J. Kennelly. (2003). Queering outdoor education. Pathways: Ontario Journal of Outdoor Education, 15(1), pp 16-19.
Kennelly, J. (2002). Making connections: Women’s health and the anti-globalization movement. Canadian Woman Studies, 21(3-4), pp 160-164
Russell, C, T. Sarick and J. Kennelly (2002). Queering environmental education. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 7(1), pp 54-66