Lorina Sthapit and Philippe Doneys, “Roles and experiences of female Maoist combatants during and after the People’s War in Nepal”, in Peace Research Institute of Oslo (eds.), Women’s Participation in Conflict Resolution in South Asia (Title Pending), Routledge, 2017.
Aurangzaib Alizai , Philippe Doneys, Donna L. Doane, Impact of Gender Binarism on Hijras’ Life Course and Their Access to Fundamental Human Rights in Pakistan, Journal of Homosexuality, Sep 2016.
Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij, Philippe Doneys, Kyoko Kusakabe, Donna L Doane, Expansion of Womens Political Participation through Social Movements: The Case of the Red and Yellow Shirts in Thailand, Journal of Asian and African studies, June 2016.
Phuong Pham, Philippe Doneys, and Donna L. Doane “Changing Livelihoods, Gender Roles and Gender Hierarchies: the Impact of Climate, Regulatory and Social Changes on Women and Men in a Co Tu Community in Vietnam”, Women Studies International Forum, 54 (2016,accepted 2015).
Lund, Ragnhild, Kyoko Kusakabe, Smita Mishra Panda, Wang Yunxian (2016) Building knowledge across transnational boundaries: Collaboration and friendship in research, Emotion, Space and Society 20, 18-24
Kusakabe, Kyoko (2016) “Women fish processors in Cambodia: Challenges for collective business”, Asian Fisheries Science, 29S, 93-110.
Kusakabe, Kyoko and Ruth Pearson (2016) “Working through exceptional space: the case of women migrant workers in Mae Sot, Thailand”, International sociology, 31:3, 268-285.
Shinobu, Sasaki, Kyoko Kusakabe and Philippe Doneys (2016) “Exploring human (in-)security from a gender perspective: A case study of subcontracted workers in Thailand”, International journal of sociology and social policy, 36:5/6, 304-318.
Moran, M.B., Chatterjee, J.S., Frank, L.B. et al., “Individual, Cultural and Structural Predictors of Vaccine Safety Confidence and Influenza Vaccination Among Hispanic Female Subgroups“, Journal of Immigrant Minority Health (2016). doi:10.1007/s10903-016-0428-9
Meghan Bridgid Moran and Lauren B. Frank and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Sheila T. Murphy and Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, “A pilot test of the acceptability and efficacy of narrative and non-narrative health education materials in a low health literacy population“, Journal of Communication in Healthcare 9 (1), 40-48
Meghan Bridgid Moran and Lauren B. Frank and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Sheila T. Murphy and Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati (2016), “Information scanning and vaccine safety concerns among African American, Mexican American, and non-Hispanic White women“, Patient education and counseling 99 (1), 147-153
Ma, Agatha and Kyoko Kusakabe (2015) “Gender analysis of fear and mobility in the context of ethnic conflict in Kayah State, Myanmar”, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 36:3, 342-356.
Khumya, Tanaradee and Kyoko Kusakabe (2015) “Road development and changes in livelihood and mobility in Savannakhet, Lao PDR”, Development in practice, 25:7, 1011-1024.
Kusakabe, Kyoko, Ragnhild Lund, Smita M. Panda, Wang Yunxian (2015) “Resettlement in Lao PDR: Motility, resistance and gendered impacts”, Gender, Place and Culture 22:8,1089-1105.
Kusakabe, Kyoko (2015) “Framework to analyze borders from a gender perspective: Case studies of borders at the Mekong Region Lower Basin Countries”, Japan Border Review, No.5, 169-186. (in Japanese)
Kusakabe, Kyoko, Pujan Shrestha, S. Kumar and Nguyen Thi Khanh Linh (2015) “Pathways to sustainable urban tourism: Garden houses in Hue, Vietnam”, International journal of sustainable society, 7:3, 286-303.
Lauren B. Frank and Sheila T. Murphy and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Meghan B. Moran and Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati (2015), “Telling Stories, Saving Lives: Creating Narrative Health Messages“, Health communication 30 (2), 154-163
Sheila T. Murphy, Lauren B. Frank, Joyee S. Chatterjee, Meghan B. Moran, Nan Zhao, Paula Amezola de Herrera, and Lourdes A. Baezconde-Garbanati. “Comparing the Relative Efficacy of Narrative vs Nonnarrative Health Messages in Reducing Health Disparities Using a Randomized Trial.“, American Journal of Public Health: October 2015, Vol. 105, No. 10, pp. 2117-2123.
Gopal, Nikita, Meryl J. Williams, Marilyn Porter, Kyoko Kusakabe and Poh Sze Cho (2014) “Guest editorial Gender in aquaculture and fisheries: Navigating change”, Asian Fisheries Science, 27S, pp.1-14
Meghan B. Moran and Sheila T. Murphy and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Paula Amezola-Herrera and Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, “Mexican-American Mothers’ Perceptions Regarding Vaccinating Their Daughters Against HPV and Recommended Strategies to Promote Vaccine Uptake“, Women’s Reproductive Health 1 (2), 106-119
Zhao, Nan; Huh, Jimi; Murphy, Sheila T.; Chatterjee, Joyee S.; Baezconde-Garbanati, Lourdes, “Self-construal as a predictor of Korean American women’s intention to vaccinate daughters against human papillomavirus.“,
Asian American Journal of Psychology, Vol 5(2), Jun 2014, 96-105.
Lourdes A. Baezconde-Garbanati and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Lauren B. Frank and Sheila T. Murphy and Meghan B. Moran and Lisa N. Werth and Nan Zhao and Paula Amezola de Herrera and Doe Mayer and Jeremy Kagan and Dave O’Brien (2014), “Tamale Lesson: A case study of a narrative health communication intervention“, Journal of Communication in Healthcare 7 (2), 82-92
Dey, Soma, B. Resurreccion & P. Doneys (2014), “Gender and environmental struggles: voices from Adivasi Garo community in Bangladesh”, Gender, Place & Culture, Volume 21, Issue 8.
Kusakabe, Kyoko and Prak Sereyvath (2014) “Women fish border traders in Cambodia: What shapes women’s business trajectories?”, Asian fisheries science, 27S, 43-58.
Kusakabe, Kyoko, Ragnhild Lund, Smita M. Panda, Wang Yunxian (2014), “Resettlement in Lao PDR: Motility, resistance and gendered impacts”, Gender, Place and Culture, Published Online.
Virankabutra, Tresa Croson and Kyoko Kusakabe (2014) “Contesting and complying: Gender and ethnicity among Thai-Sikh diaspora youth in Bangkok”, Migration and Development, 3:2, 203-218. (selected as one of the most downloaded articles published in Routledge Social Sciences journals in 2014).
Akter, Shamima and Kyoko Kusakabe (2014) “Gender-based violence among documented Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh”, Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 21:2, 225-246.
Charlotte Lapsansky and Joyee S. Chatterjee (2013), “Masculinity matters: using entertainment education to engage men in ending violence against women in India“, Critical Arts 27 (1), 36-55
Murphy, S. T., Frank, L. B., Chatterjee, J. S. and Baezconde-Garbanati, L. (2013), “Narrative versus Nonnarrative: The Role of Identification, Transportation, and Emotion in Reducing Health Disparities” J Commun, 63: 116–137. doi:10.1111/jcom.12007
Fahmida, Rokeya and Philippe Doneys (2013), “Sexual coercion within marriage in Bangladesh”. Women Studies International Forum 38: 117–124.
Narknisorn, B. and Kusakabe, K. (2013) “Issues Challenging Future Thai Elder Care by Women and Family”, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 33(1/2), 21-32.
Kusakabe, Kyoko and Ruth Pearson (2013) “Cross-border childcare strategies of Burmese migrant workers in Thailand”, Gender, place and culture, 20:8, 960-978.
Pearson, Ruth and Kyoko Kusakabe (2012) “Who cares? Gender, reproduction and care chains of Burmese migrant factory workers in Thailand”, Feminist Economics. 18:2, 149-175.
May Sabe Phyu and Kyoko Kusakabe (2012) “Gender dimension of dam-related displacement in Kachin State, Myanmar”, Global South: Sephis e-magazine, 8:1, 16-23.
Lauren B. Frank and Joyee S. Chatterjee and Sonal T. Chaudhuri and Charlotte Lapsansky and Anurudra Bhanot and Sheila T. Murphy,
“Conversation and Compliance: Role of Interpersonal Discussion and Social Norms in Public Communication Campaigns“, Journal of health communication 17 (9), 1050-1067.
Doneys, Philippe(2011), “Gender and the Migration Policy Regime in Thailand through a Human Security Lens”, International Journal of Social Quality (Berghahn publisher), Vol. 1, No. 2.
Chatterjee, J. S., Bhanot, A., Frank, L. B., Murphy, S. T., & Power, G. (2009). “The importance of interpersonal discussion and self-efficacy in knowledge, attitude, and practice models. International Journal of Communication“, 3, 28.