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 Fraser, S.L., Parent, V., & Dupery, V. (2018). Community being well for family wellbeing : Exploring the socio-ecological determinants of wellbeing in an Inuit community of Northern Quebec. Transcultural Psychiatry.

 Lemaire, A., Fraser, S.L., Vachon, M. (2017). Exister, appartenir et transmettre : Artcirq comme espace de mieux-être pour les jeunes inuits d’igloolik. Revue Québecoise de Psychologie. 38 (3).



Cohen-Blanchet, N., Denov, M., Fraser, S.L, Bilota, N. (2017). The nexus of war, resesttlement, and education : War-affected youth’s perspectives and response to the Quebec education system. International Journal of Intercultural Relations. 60, 160-168.


 Archambault, I., Vandenbossche-Makombo, J., Fraser, S.L. (2017). Student’s oppositional behaviors and engagement school: in the differential role of the student-teacher relationship. Journal of child and Family studies. 26, 6, 1702-1712.


 Fraser, S.L., Mickpegak, R., Vrakas, G., & Laliberté, A. (2017). Everyday ethics of participation: CBPR in a community of Nunavik. Global Health Promotion.


Fraser, S.L. (2017). What stories to tell: A trilogy of methods used for knowledge exchange in a community-based participatory research project. Action Research.


 Lemaire, A., Sokoloff, M., Fraser, S., & Vachon, M. (2016). Dans la blackbox du cirque social : comment intervenir autrement. Inuit Studies. 40, 1, 43-62


 Fraser, S.L., Rouillard, R., & Nadeau, L. (2016). Collaborating towards improved child mental health in Nunavik: Exploring the facilitators and obstacles to collaborative mental health care. Inuit Studies. 40, 1, 23-41.

Fraser, S.L., Denov. M., Guzder, J., Bond, S., & Bilotta, N. (2016). Children of War: Quebec’s Social Policy Response to Children and Their Families. International Journal of Social Science Studies. 4 (7). Available at:

Fraser, S.L., & Nadeau, L. (2016). Experience and representations of health and social services in a community of Nunavik. Contemporary Nurse. 51(2-3) 286-300.

Fraser, S.L., Vachon, M., Hassan, G., & Parent, V. (2016). Communicating power and resistance: Exploring interactions between Aboriginal youth and non-Aboriginal staff members in a residential child welfare facility. Journal of Qualitative Research in Psychology. 13 (1), 67-91.

Fraser, S.L. Archambault, I., & Parent, V. (2016). Staff intervention and youth behaviors in a child welfare residence. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 25 (4), 1188-1199.

Lebrun, A., Hassan, G., Boivin, M., Fraser, S., Dufour, S., & Lavergne, C. (2015). Review of Child Maltreatment in Immigrant and Refugee Families. Canadian Journal of Public Health. Supplement 2, eS45-eS56.

Fraser, S.L., Geoffroy, D., Chachamovich, E., & Kirmayer, L. (2015). Changing rates of suicide ideation and attempts among Inuit youth : A gender-based analysis of risk and protective factors. Journal of Suicide and Life-Threatening Behaviors. 45 (2), 141-56.

Fraser, S.L., Denov, M., Rousseau, C., & Daxhelet, M-L. (2014). From seeking truths to seeking stories : the contribution of social sciences in the exploration of the reality of former child soldiers. Journal of Migration and Border Studies. 1 (3), 303-320.

Fraser, S.L., Jaimes, A., Hassan, G., Nadeau, L., & Kasudluak, R. (2014). Regards ethnographiques sur l’utilisation de l’espace dans une résidence pour jeunes Inuit. Revue Adolescence. 32 (3), 541-554.


 Fraser, S.L., Vachon, M., Arauz, M.J., Rousseau, C., & Kirmayer, L.J. (2012). Aboriginal Youth Transitioning Out  of Residential Care: Obstacles to Re-integration and Challenges to Wellness. First Peoples Child & Family Review  Journal, 7 (1), 52-75. 

Fraser, S.L., Rousseau, C., Burmester, P., & Arauz, M.J. (2012). Culturally appropriate care, a multicultural task: Assessing the needs of Inuit youth under youth protection. International Journal of Indigenous Health. 9(2), 38-49. 


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