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Prof Robyn Munford

Professor

School of Social Work

Please go to the School of Social Work website and youthsay.co.nz for more detailed information on research and publications.

Professor of Social Work. Key areas of interest are: social and community work practice, theory and research; community development; disability; strengths and citizenship approaches; reflective practice; children, youth and families; family support and wellbeing; bicultural frameworks; research methodologies; action research; and, strategies for translating research findings into practice. The focus of Robyn's work over the last three decades has been on working with practitioners in a range of social service agencies and community settings to provide learning opportunities that enable practitioners to develop innovative approaches to practice with individuals, families and communities.

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Research Expertise

Research Interests

Robyn is the Professor of Social Work in the School of Social Work, Massey University, New Zealand. She is the Director of the Practice Research and Professional Development Hub which offers learning opportunities for practitioners and supports practitioners to work alongside researchers to investigate practice in a range of community settings and social service agencies. Robyn has qualifications in social work, disability studies and sociology. In 2002 Robyn was awarded an ONZM (Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit) for services to research and education in social work. Robyn is the co-leader of the New Zealand site of an international, longitudinal study on young people's pathways to resilience and transitions funded by the Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment (www.youthsay.co.nz). This research has generated several publications in national and international journals,  book chapters and technical reports. The Youthsay website contains important information for policy makers, practitioners and educators. An important outcome of the research is the development of a framework for practice: The PARTH model,an orientation to practice with vulnerable young people that enables practitioners to provide  interventions that can more effectively respond to the complex needs of these youth.  Robyn undertakes research on family and community wellbeing; children and young people; social work theory and practice; disability and citizenship approaches; community development and research methodologies. She has published nationally and internationally on this research. Her particular interest is working with practitioners to translate research findings into practice in statutory, NGOs and community settings. She has been on the editorial boards of several international journals and for 10 years has been the co-editor of Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice. She has held a number of service roles and has for a number of years been an Adjunct Professor in the disability studies programme at York University, Canada. She particularly enjoys the supervision of postgraduate PhD and Masters students and in 2006 was awarded the Massey University Research Medal for postgraduate research supervision.

Thematics

Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Social Change (160805): Social Theory (160806): Social Work (160700): Sociological Methodology and Research Methods (160807): Sociology (160800): Studies In Human Society (160000)

Keywords

young people, families, disability, research, community development, social work theory and practice

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed Project Leader 1 6 Team Member 1 0

Current Projects

Project Title: Long-term successful youth transitions - A national, longitudinal mixed methods investigation

By 2020, the Long-term Successful Youth Transitions Study (LtSYT) will make major contributions to policy and practice concerning long-term resource configurations and multi-system responses likely to optimise transition pathways and enhance high-risk young peoples (yp¿s) social connectedness. The LtSYT will extend the unparalleled multi-agency engagement of MAUX0801 to analyse the transition pathways of a large cohort of vulnerable yp. These multi-agency relationships will ensure maximum leveraging of research outcomes. Over 6 years we will investigate the characteristics of the most successful transition pathways to define strategies that enhance the capacity of vulnerable young people to make positive decisions that enable social participation and connections. Yp navigate significant life transitions including leaving school, further education and/or employment, establishing an independent base, identity and lifestyle choices. There is a growing concern to provide a protective framework for young people moving through these years [1]. Read Project Description Hide Project Description

Date Range: 2009 - 2019

Funding Body: Foundation for Research, Science & Technology

Project Team:

Completed Projects

Project Title: GDF - Long term resilience pathways for high risk young people

The research is part of an international study associated with the Resilience Research Centre in Canada. It is funded in NZ by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and is made up of two related projects. Both projects focus on young people with complex needs. This is a 6 year study looking at what services young people in NZ have used and what their experiences have been. Its aim is to identify services and strategies that are successful in assisting young people to achieve positive outcomes in their lives. Read Project Description Hide Project Description

Date Range: 2008 - 2009

Funding Body: Massey University

Project Team:

Project Title: A national mixed methods investigation of troubled children/young people's pathways to resilience (PtRP).

This five-year research programme offers a unique opportunity to generate policy-relevant evidence concerning the pathways that children and young people (cyp) travel that lead to involvement with the youth justice, child protection, specialist educational and community support systems, the factors that protect them from such involvement and the characteristics of the most effective interventions. The cyp that are the focus of this research experience severe and persistent disadvantage throughout their early lives; they are least likely to participate and succeed. The Pathways to Resilience Programme (PtRP) will inform development of policy and practice concerning key individual and ecological differences between cyp who overcome adversity (resilient) those that do not (non-resilient) and the types of service configurations that most enhance their resilience. Using a multi-systems approach it will contribute directly to BIS 1, theme 3 by identifying the systemic and other factors that can enhance participation and success amongst this section of the community. Read Project Description Hide Project Description

Date Range: 2008 - 2016

Funding Bodies: Foundation for Research, Science & Technology; Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

Project Team:

Project Title: Family and Community Well-being: Managing Changes

Date Range: 2002 - 2008

Funding Body: Foundation for Research, Science & Technology

Project Team:

Research Outputs

Journal

Request Academic Output Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Boden, JM. (2017). Pathways to educational aspirations: resilience as a mediator of proximal resources and risks. Kotuitui. 12(2), 205-220
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Abstract: abstract icon Sanders, JR., & Munford, R. (2017). Hidden in plain view: Finding and enhancing the participation of marginalized young people in research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 16(1), 1-12
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Munford, RE., & Sanders, J. (2017). Harm, opportunity, optimism: Young people’s negotiation of precarious circumstances. International Social Work. 00(0), 1-13
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Sanders, J., Munford, R., Ballantyne, R., Henaghan, M., Allison, R., & Jackson, R. (2017). Conditional openness: young people define practices for successful child protection interventions. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. 39(3), 261-278
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Boden, J. (2017). Culture and context: The differential impact of culture, risks and resources on resilience among vulnerable adolescents. Children and Youth Services Review. 79, 517-526
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Liebenberg, L. (2017). Positive youth development practices and better outcomes for high risk youth. Child Abuse and Neglect. 69, 201-212
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Dewhurst, K., Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2017). Making a claim for services: Supporting young peoples engagement with services. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work. 29(1), 4-15
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J. Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2017). Harnessing Resistance in Interventions with Young People. Journal of Social Work Practice. 31(1), 79-93
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Liebenberg, L., Sanders, J., & Munford, R. (2016). A positive youth development measure of service use satisfaction for youth: The 13-item youth services satisfaction (YSS-13). Children and Youth Services Review. 71, 84-92
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon11 Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Liebenberg, L. (2016). The role of teachers in building resilience of at risk youth. International Journal of Educational Research. 80, 111-123
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon11 Boden, J., Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Liebenberg, L. (2016). The Same But Different? Applicability of a General Resilience Model to Understand a Population of Vulnerable Youth. Child Indicators Research. 9, 1-18
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI icon Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2016). Foster parents: an enduring presence for vulnerable youth. Adoption and Fostering. 40(3), 264-278
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Boden, J. (2017). In Transition – Patterns of Development and Change Among Vulnerable Young People. Child Indicators Research. 10(3), 761-780
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Stanley-Clarke, N., Sanders, J., & Munford, R. (2016). Implementing a new governance model: Lessons from a New Zealand statutory mental health organisation. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management. 30(3), 494-508
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J., Stanley-Clarke, N.
Read Abstract: abstract icon Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2016). Finding Meaningful Support: Young People's Experiences of “Risky” Environments. Australian Social Work. 69(2), 229-240
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Boden, JM., Sanders, J., Munford, R., Liebenberg, L., & McLeod, GFH. (2016). Paths to Positive Development: a Model of Outcomes in the New Zealand Youth Transitions Study. Child Indicators Research. 9(4), 889-911
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon1 Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2015). Understanding service engagement: Young people’s experience of service use. Journal of Social Work. 16(3), 283-302
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon108 Sanders, J., & Munford, R. (2015). Fostering a sense of belonging at school––five orientations to practice that assist vulnerable youth to create a positive student identity. School Psychology International. 37(2), 155-171
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon32 Liebenberg, L., Theron, L., Sanders, J., Munford, R., van Rensburg, A., Rothmann, S., . . . Ungar, M. (2015). Bolstering resilience through teacher-student interaction: Lessons for school psychologists. School Psychology International. 37(2), 140-154
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon55 Ungar, M., Theron, L., Liebenberg, L., Tian, G., Restrepo, A., Sanders, J., . . . Russell, S. (2015). Patterns of individual coping, engagement with social supports and use of formal services among a five-country sample of resilient youth. Global Mental Health. Retrieved from http://10.0.3.249/gmh.2015.19
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Sanders, J., Munford, R., Thimasarn-Anwar, T., & Liebenberg, L. (2017). Validation of the Child and Youth Resilience Measure (CYRM-28) on a Sample of At-Risk New Zealand Youth. Research on Social Work Practice. 27(7), 827-840
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon1 Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Thimasarn-Anwar, T. (2016). Staying on-track despite the odds: Factors that assist young people facing adversity to continue with their education. British Educational Research Journal. 42(1), 56-73
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon21 Sanders, J., Munford, R., Thimasarn-Anwar, T., Liebenberg, L., & Ungar, M. (2014). The role of positive youth development practices in building resilience and enhancing wellbeing for at-risk youth. Child Abuse and Neglect.
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon6 Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2015). Young people’s search for agency: Making sense of their experiences and taking control. Qualitative Social Work. 14(5), 616-633
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon95 Munford, R., & Sanders, J. (2015). Components of Effective Social Work Practice in Mental Health for Young People who are Users of Multiple Services. Social Work in Mental Health. 13(5), 415-438
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R., Sanders, J.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Henry, S., Henaghan, M., Sanders, J., & Munford, R. (2014). Engaging youth in youth justice interventions: Well-being and accountability. Youth Justice. , 1-16 Retrieved from http://sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R.
Read Online: DOI iconRead Abstract: abstract icon Sanders, J., & Munford, R. (2014). Youth-centred practice: Positive youth development practices and pathways to better outcomes for vulnerable youth. Children and Youth Services Review.. 46(November 2014), 160-167 Retrieved from http://www.elsevier.com/locate/childyouth
[Journal article] Authored by: Munford, R.
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