Barken, R, Denton, M., Brookman, C., Davies, S., & Zeytinoglu, I.U. (2020). Community-based Personal Support Workers’ Responses to Health and Safety Risks: Tensions Between Individual and Collective Responsibility. International Journal of Care and Caring, advance online publication.

Barken, R., & Davies, M.J. (2020). A Relational Ethic of Rural Home Support on Two Gulf Island Communities, 1978-2018. Journal of Aging Studies, advance online publication.

Sussman, T., Barken, R., & Grenier, A. (2020). Supporting Older Homeless Persons’ Positive Relocations to Long-Term Care: Service Provider Views. The Gerontologist, advance online publication.

Lee, Y., Barken, R., & Gonzales, E.G. (2018). Utilization of Formal and Informal Home Care: How Do Older Canadians’ Experiences Vary by Care Arrangements? Journal of Applied Gerontology, 39(2), 129-140. 

Barken, R. (2019). The Temporal Aspects of Mobility Intentions: Older People’s Reflections on Present and Future Support ArrangementsAgeing & Society, advance online publication.

Barken, R. (2019). Old Age as a Social Location: Theorizing Institutional Processes, Cultural Expectations, and Interactional Practices. Sociology Compass, 13(4), 1-14.

Barken, R. (2019). ‘Independence’ Among Older People Receiving Support at Home: The Meaning of Daily Care Practices. Ageing & Society, 39(3), 518-540.

Barken, R., & Sims-Gould, J. (2018) Home Support Workers and Older Men: The Implications of Masculinity for Later Life Care. Men and Masculinities, advance online publication.

Barken, R., Denton, M, Saykin, F.K., Brookman, C., Davies, S, & Zeytinoglu, I.U. (2018). The Influence of Autonomy on Personal Support Workers’ Job Satisfaction, Capacity to Care, and Intention to Stay. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, advance online publication.

Barken, R., & Armstrong, P. (2018). Skills of Workers in Long-term Residential Care: Exploring Complexities, Challenges, and Opportunities. Ageing International, 43(1), 110-122.

Barken, R., & Lowndes, R. (2017). Supporting Family Involvement in Long-Term Residential Care: Promising Practices for Relational Care. Qualitative Heath Research, 28(1), 60-72.

Barken, R., & Davies, M.J. (Guest editors). (2017). ‘Re-imagining the House of Old: Promising Practices in Canadian Long-term Residential Care.’ Journal of Canadian Studies, 50(2).

Barken, R., Daly, T., & Armstrong, P. (2017). Family Matters: The Work and Skills of Family Members in Long-Term Residential Care. Journal of Canadian Studies, 50(2), 321-347.

Barken, R. (2016). Reconciling Tensions: Needing Formal and Family/Friend Care but Feeling Like a Burden. Canadian Journal on Aging, 36(1), 81-96.

Grenier, A., Sussman, T., Barken, R., Bourgeois-Guérin, V., Rothwell, D. (2016). ‘Growing Old’ in Shelters and ‘On the Streets’: The Experiences of Older People who are Homeless. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 59(6), 454-473.

Grenier, A., Barken, R., & McGrath, C. (2016). Homelessness and Aging: The Contradictory Ordering of ‘House’ and ‘Home.’ Journal of Aging Studies, 39, 73-80.

Grenier, A., Barken, R., Sussman, T., Rothwell, D., & Bourgeois-Guerin, V. (2016). Homelessness Among Older People: Assessing Strategies and Frameworks across Canada. Canadian Review of Social Policy, 74, 1-39.

Grenier, A., Barken, R., Sussman, T., Rothwell, D., Bourgeois-Guérin, V. A., & Lavoie, J.P. (2016). Literature Review of Homelessness and Aging: Suggestions for a Policy and Practice-Relevant Research Agenda. Canadian Journal on Aging, 35(1), 28-41.

Barken, R., Denton, M., Brookman, C., Zeytinoglu, I., & Plenderleith, J.  (2015). Home Care Workers’ Skills in the Context of Task Shifting: Complexities in Care Work. Canadian Review of Sociology 52(3), 289-309.

Denton, M., Zeytinoglu, I., Brookman, C., Plenderleith, J., & Barken, R. (2015). Task Shifting in the Provision of Home and Social Care: Implications for Quality of Care. Health & Social Care in the Community, 23(5), 485-492.

Barken, R. (2014). Caregivers’ Interpretations of Time and Biography: The Experiences of Caring for a Spouse with Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 43(6), 695-719.

Barken, R. (2013). A Place to Call Home: Intellectual Disabilities and Institutionalization in Nova Scotia. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 2(1), 51-70.