2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

  • Earnest, J., T. Housen, and S. J. Gillieatt. 2007. Adolescent and young refugee perspectives on psychosocial well-being. Perth: Centre for International Health, Curtin University.
  • Earnest, J., and R. P. Finger. 2007. “Children in communities affected by conflict and natural disaster in north and east Sri Lanka.” In Researching with Communities: Grounded perspectives on engaging communities in research, ed. Ruth DeSouza and Andy Williamson, 87-102. New Zealand: Muddy Creek Press.
  • little, M., J. Earnest, J. T. Spickett, and D. Katscherian. 2007.“The role stakeholders in HIA: Landfill site and housing development in Mundijong, Western Australia.”Environmental Health 7 (4): 65-73.
  • Pepall, E., J. Earnest, and R. W. James. 2007.“Understanding community perceptions of health and social needs in a rural Balinese village: results of a rapid participatory appraisal.”Health Promotion International 22 (1): 44-52.
  • Finger, R. P., M. Ali, J. Earnest, and P. K. Nirmalan. 2007.“Cataract surgery in Andhra Pradesh State, India: An investigation into uptake following outreach screening camps.”Ophthalmic Epidemiology 14: 327-332.
  • Earnest, J., T. Housen, and S. J. Gillieatt. 2007.“A new cohort of refugee students in Perth: Challenges for students and educators.” In Teaching and Learning Forum 2007, Jan 30, 2007, The University of Western Australia: The University of Western Australia.

2006

  • Earnest, J., and D. F. Treagust. ed. 2006. Education Rebuilding in Societies in Transition: International Perspectives. Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  • Earnest, J., and D. F. Treagust. ed. 2006. Education Reform in Societies in Transition – International Perspectives. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  • Earnest, J., and D. F. Treagust. 2006. “Setting the Scene: Providing the Framework and Context.” In Education Reform in Societies in Transition, ed. Jaya Earnest and David Treagust, 1-12. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  • Earnest, J. 2006. “Science education reform in a transitional society: the case of Rwanda.” In Education Reform in Societies in Transition – International Perspectives, ed. Jaya Earnest and David Treagust, 129-142. The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  • Pepall, E., R. W. James, and J. Earnest. 2006.“Guidelines for conducting rapid participatory appraisals of community health needs in developing countries: experience from Tulikup, Bali.”Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 18 (3): 42-48.
  • Earnest, J. 2006.“Adolescent and young refugee perspectives on psychosocial well-being.”International Journal of the Humanities. 3 (5): 79-86.
  • Earnest, J., and R. Koul. 2006.“Assessing teachers’ perceptions of health education in East Timor.” In Experience of learning: Teaching and Learning Forum 2006, Feb 1, 2006, University of Western Australia: TL Forum Committees.
  • Earnest, J., and R. Koul. 2006.“Teacher Perceptions and Attitudes to Health Science Education in East Timor.” In Fourth International Conference on Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, Aug 25, 2006, Victoria, Canada: Key Centre for School Science and Mathematics, Curtin University of Technology.
  • Earnest, J., and R. P. Finger. 2006.“The impact of protracted conflict on secondary school students: a case study from North and East Sri Lanka.” In AARE 2006: International Education Research Conference – Engaging Pedagogies, Nov 26, 2006, University of South Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education.
  • Earnest, J., and R. P. Finger. 2006. Migration Patterns Survey and HIV Vulnerability Assessment Mapping in Selected Districts of Timor-Leste. Switzerland: International Organization for Migration.

2005

2004

  • Earnest, J., and D. F. Treagust. 2004. “Science education reform in Rwanda: a window to understanding change through dilemmas.” In Research on Education in Africa, the Caribbean and the Middle East, ed. Kagenda Mutua and Cynthia Sunal, 59-80. USA: Information Age Publishing.
  • Earnest, J. 2004.“Education reform in post-conflict transitional societies: Case studies from Rwanda, Kosovo and Timor Leste.” In 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Diversity and Equity in Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning, Sep 28, 2004, Perth: Australian Association for Research in Education.
  • Earnest, J. 2004.“Linking Leadership, School Effectiveness and Staff Professional Development: The Case Study of a School in Uganda.” In 3rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Diversity and Equality in Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning, Sep 1, 2004, Perth, Australia: Australian Association for Research in Education.