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- Bokosmaty, Sahar, John Ehrich, Michelle J. Eady, and Kenton Bell. 2019. “Canadian University Students’ Gendered Attitudes toward Plagiarism.” Journal of Further and Higher Education 43 (2):276-290. doi: 10.1080/0309877X.2017.1359505.
- Divan, Aysha, Elizabeth Knight, Dawn Bennett, and Kenton Bell. 2019. “Marketing Graduate Employability: Understanding the Tensions Between Institutional Practice and External Messaging.” Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management Online First. doi: 10.1080/1360080X.2019.1652427.
- Bedford, Simon, and Kenton Bell. 2019. “Curriculum Transformation for Graduate Connectedness and Employability: Perspectives from the University of Wollongong.” In Higher Education and the Future of Graduate Employability: A Connectedness Learning Approach, edited by Ruth Bridgstock and Neil Tippet, 160-181. Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
- Bell, Kenton, and Flood, Michael (2019). “Change among the Change Agents? Men’s Experiences of Engaging in Anti-Violence Advocacy as White Ribbon Australia Ambassadors”. In Russell Luyt & Kathleen Starck (Eds.), Political Masculinities as Change Agents. New York: Springer. Forthcoming
- Bennett, Dawn, Elizabeth Knight, Aysha Divan, and Kenton Bell. 2019. “Marketing Graduate Employability: The Language of Employability in Higher Education.” In Education for Employability, edited by Joy Higgs, Will Letts and Geoffrey Crisp, 105–116. Boston: Brill.
- Smith, Martin, Kenton Bell, Dawn Bennett, and Alan McAlpine. 2018. Employability in a Global Context: Evolving Policy and Practice in Employability, Work Integrated Learning, and Career Development Learning. Wollongong, Australia: Graduate Careers Australia.
- Bell, Kenton, and Claire E. Seaman. 2016. Public Report: Case Study of White Ribbon Australia’s Ambassador Program: Men as Allies to Prevent Men’s Violence against Women. Wollongong, Australia: University of Wollongong.