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Switzer, S, Lyaruu, T., Apong, K., Bell, O, Manual Smith, C, Hernandez, L., Pariah, S., McWhinney, P.G., Seidu, F., Bykes,A. (2018) What’s glitter got to do with it?: Re-imagining harm reduction, decision-making and the politics of youth engagement. In Smith, C. & Marshall, Z (eds.) Critical Perspectives on Harm Reduction: Conflict, Institutionalization, Co-optation, Depoliticization, and Direct Action. Nova Publishers: New York.
Altenberg, J., Flicker, S., MacEntee, K., & Wuttanee, K.D (2018). ‘We are strong. We are beautiful. We are smart. We are iskwew’: Saskatoon indigenous girls use cellphilms to speak back to gender-based violence. In C. Mitchell and R. Moletsane [Eds.] Disrupting Shameful Legacies: Girls and young women speak back through the arts to address sexual violence (pp. 65-80). Boston: Brill Sense
Mitchell, C. & Reid-Walsh, J. (In press). Culture and digital technologies in the age of AIDS. In S. Weber and S. Dixon (Eds) Girls and the online world. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
Pithouse, K., De Lange, N., Mitchell, C., Moletsane, R., Olivier, T., Stuart, J., Van Laren, L., & Wood, L. (In press). Arts-based and other participatory strategies for teacher development in the age of AIDS. In J. Kirk, & M. Dembélé (Eds.), More and better teachers: Teachers and teacher issues in development contexts. UNESCO IIEP and id21 Insights Education.
Mitchell, C., Weber, S., & Pithouse, K. (2009). Facing the public: Using photography for self-study and social action. In D. Tidwell, M. Heston & L. Fitzgerald (Eds.), Research methods for the self-study of practice. New York: Springer, pp 119-134.
Mitchell, C. (2009). Geographies of danger: School toilets in sub-Saharan Africa. In O. Gershoern and B. Penner (Eds.) Ladies and Gents. Philadelphia:Temple University Press. Pp 62-74. Mitchell, C., and De Lange, N. “If we hide it, it doesn’t exist, when it actually does”. Community based video and social action in the age of AIDS, In L. Pauwels (ed). Handbook on Visual Methods. London: SAGE.
Mitchell, C, Stuart, J., DeLange, N., Moletsane, R., Buthelezi, T. Larkin, J. and Flicker, S. (2009). What Difference Does This Make? Studying Southern African Youth as Knowledge Producers in the Age of AIDS. In C. Higgins and B. Norton (eds). Applied Linguistics in the Field: Local Knowledge and HIV/AIDS. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. 214-232.
Reid-Walsh, J. & Mitchell, C. (2009) Doll-play: A study of Canadian girlhood. In L. Lerner (Ed.) Depicting Canadian childhood. Wilfrid Laurier University Press. 109-129.
Mitchell, C., Weber, S., & Yoshida, R. (2008). Where are the youth?: Reframing teacher education within the context of youth participation. In Anne Phelan & Jennifer Sumsion (eds). Critical readings in teacher education: Provoking absences. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 139-154.
Mitchell, C. & Walsh, S. (2008). I’m too young to die: HIV, masculinity, danger and desire in urban South Africa. In A. Welbourne (Ed.), HIV and AIDS, gender and development. Oxford, UK: Oxfam.
Mitchell, C. & Reid-Walsh. J. (2008). Girl method: Placing girl-centred research methodologies on the map of Girlhood Studies. In J. Klaehn (Ed.) Roadblocks to equality: Women challenging boundaries. Montreal: Black Rose Books. 214-233.
Mitchell, C. & Reid-Walsh, J. (2008). Introduction to the girl culture encyclopedia. In C. Mitchell & J. Reid-Walsh (Eds) Girl culture: An encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Mitchell, C. & Reid-Walsh, J. (2008). A reader’s guide to studying girl culture. In C. Mitchell & J. Reid-Walsh (Eds) Girl Culture: An encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Norman, C., Guta, A & Flicker, S (2008). Engaging Youth in Health Promotion Using Multimedia Techonologies: Reflecting on 10 years of research ethics and practice. In Handbook of Research on Technoethics. Rocci Luppicini and Rebecca Adell, ed. Idea Group Inc
De Lange, N., Mitchell, C. & Stuart, J. (2007). An introduction to putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social changes. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (Eds.) Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (pp.1-9). Amsterdam: Sense.
Larkin, J., Lombardo, C., Walker, L., Bahreini, R., Tharao, W., Mitchell, C., Dubazane, N. (2007). Taking It Global Xpress: Youth, Photovoice and HIV/AIDS. In N. De Lange & C. Mitchell (Eds). Putting People in the Picture: Visual Methodologies for Social Change. The Netherlands: Sense.
Mitchell, C., De Lange, N., Stuart, J., Moletsane, R., & Buthelezi, T. (2007). Children’s provocative images of stigma, vulnerability and violence in the age of AIDS: Revisualizations of childhood. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (Eds.) Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (pp.59-71). Amsterdam: Sense.
Moletsane, R. & Mitchell, C. (2007). On working with a single photograph. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (Eds.) Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (pp.131-140). Amsterdam: Sense.
Park, E., Mitchell, C., & de Lange, N. (2007). Working with digital archives: Photovoice and meta-analysis in the context of HIV & AIDS. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (Eds.) Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (pp.163-172). Amsterdam: Sense.
Pithouse, K., & Mitchell, C. (2007). Looking into change: Studying participant engagement in photovoice projects. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (Eds.) Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (pp.141-151). Amsterdam: Sense.
Allnutt, S., Mitchell, C., & Stuart, J. (2007). The visual family archive: Uses and interruptions. In N. De Lange, C. Mitchell, & J. Stuart (Eds.) Putting people in the picture: Visual methodologies for social change (pp.89-99). Amsterdam: Sense.
Mitchell, C., Walsh, S. & Weber, S. (2007) Behind the lens: Reflexivity and video documentary. In G. Knowles and A. Cole. The art of visual inquiry. Halifax: Backalong Press.
Mitchell, C. (2006). Visual arts-based methodologies in research as social change. In T. Marcus (ed.) Shifting the boundaries of knowledge. Pietermartizburg: UKZN Press.
Mitchell, C. (2005). Mapping a Southern African girlhood in the age of AIDS. In L.Chisholm & J. September (eds). Gender Equity in Education in South African Education, 1994-2004: Conference Proceedings (92-112). Cape Town: HSRC Press.
Mitchell, C. & Reid-Walsh, J. (2005). Theorizing tween culture within girlhood studies. In. C. Mitchell and J. Reid-Walsh (eds.) Seven going on seventeen: Tween studies in the culture of girlhood (1-21). New York: Peter Lang.
Reid-Walsh, J. & Mitchell, C. (2004). “Girls’ web sites-a virtual ‘room of one’s own.” In A. Harris (ed). All About the Girl: Culture, Power and Identity (173-182). New York and London: Routledge.
Mitchell, C. (2004). Was it something I wore? In S. Weber and C. Mitchell (eds). Not just any dress: Narratives of memory, body and identity (83-88). New York: Peter Lang Associates.
Mitchell, C. & Weber, S. (2004). Visual artistic modes of representation for self-study. In Loughran, J. et al (eds.) International handbook of self-study of teaching and teacher education practices (979-1038). Toronto: Kluwer.
Walsh, S., Mitchell, C. (2003). Artfully Engaged: Arts Activism and HIV/AIDS work with youth in South Africa. in G. Knowles, L. Neilsen, A. Cole and T. Luciani (Eds.), Provoked by Art: Theorizing Arts-informed Inquiry. (191-202). Toronto: Backalong Books.
Walsh, S, Mitchell, C., Smith, A. (2002). The Soft Cover project: youth participation in HIV/AIDS interventions. Agenda: Empowering women for gender equity. Durban: Agenda Feminist Publishing.
Mitchell, C. & Smith, A. (2001). Reading adolescence as (more than) a literary space in some South African fiction. In R. Wilson & C. von Maltzen (eds.), Spaces and crossing: Essays in literature and culture in Africa and beyond (pp. 289-300). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.