I am a critical community engaged scholar (CCES) and my research and scholarly work continues to fall into two broad clusters – social and criminal justice issues, policy, and initiatives (e.g. gendered violence); and the scholarship of teaching and learning with a focus on community engaged learning.
Morton, M., Samardzic, T., Cross, P., Johnstone, S., Vesely, L., & Choubak, M. (2021). The degendering of male perpetrated intimate partner violence against female partners in Ontario family law courts. The Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law, 43(2), 104–118. https://doi.org/10.1080/09649069.2021.1917711
Morton, M. (2021). Chapter 6. Shine the Light: Using the ICE Framework in Sociology Courses to See the “Big Picture” in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Across the Disciplines: ICE Stories, Sue Fostaty Young & Meagan Troop (eds). https://ecampusontario.pressbooks.pub/storiesofteachinglearningandassessmentacrossthedisciplines/chapter/instructional-context-7/
Morton, M., Varghese, J., Jackson, E., & Levac, L. (2020). Principles in Practice: Supporting the Development of Critical Community-Engaged Scholars. In A. Zimmerman (Ed.), Preparing Students for Community-Engaged Scholarship in Higher Education (pp. 322-346). IGI Global. https://doi-org.subzero.lib.uoguelph.ca/10.4018/978-1-7998-2208-0.ch016
Morton, M., Simpson, A., Smith, C., Westbere, A., Pogrebtsova, E., & Ham, M. (2019). Graduate Students, Community Partner, and Faculty Reflect on Critical Community Engaged Scholarship and Gender Based Violence. Social Sciences (Basel), 8(2), 71–. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci8020071
Levac, L., Parizeau, K., Varghese, J., Morton, M., Jackson, E., & Hawkins, L. (2018). Towards a Framework for Building Community-University Resilience Research Agendas. Social Sciences (Basel), 7(12), 260–. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci7120260
Cross, P., Crann, S., Mazzuocco, K., & Morton, M. (2018). What you don't know can hurt you: The importance of family violence screening tools for family law practitioners., Report submitted to Department of Justice.
Morton, M., Horan, M., Bergen, A., Crann, S., Bader, D., et al. (2014). Engaging Evaluation Research: Complex CU partnership reflects on our partnership & practices via domestic violence/sexual assault protocol evaluation research. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research & Engagement, 7 (1), 1-17.
Langan, D. & Morton, M. (2014). Reflecting on community/academic `collaboration' : The challenge of `doing' feminist participatory action research. Corridor Talk- Chapter 2 (Invited). Canadian Feminist Scholars Share Stories of Research Partnerships.
Poon, J., Dawson, M., & Morton, M. (2014). Factors Increasing the Likelihood of Sole and Dual Charging of Women for Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women, 20(12), 1447–1472. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077801214557954
Morton, M. A. (2013). Practicing Principles of Community Engaged Scholarship in a fourth-year seminar. Teaching and Learning Innovations, 16.
Morton, M., Dolgon, C., Maher, T., & Pennell, J. (2012). Civic engagement and public sociology. Journal of Applied Social Science, 6 (1), 5-30.
Morton, M. (2011) Violence in Canadian Families across the Life Course in Canadian families : diversity, conflict and change (4th ed.). Duffy, & Mandell, N. eds. Nelson Education. Langan, D. & Morton, M. (2009). Through the eyes of farmers’ daughters: Academics working on marginal land. Women’s Studies International Forum, 32(6), 395–405. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wsif.2009.09.002
Langan, D. & Morton, M. (2009). Reflecting on community/academic `collaboration: The challenge of `doing’ feminist participatory action research. Action Research (London, England), 7(2), 165–184. https://doi.org/10.1177/1476750309103261