Benoit, C., Smith, M., Jansson, M., Healey, P., & Magnuson, D. (2019). Delinking Prostitution and Sex Trafficking: Response to Commentaries. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Available: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10508-019-1461-2

Benoit, C., Maurice, R., Abel, G., Smith, M., Jansson, M., Healey, P., & Magnuson, D. (2019). “I dodged the stigma bullet:” Canadian Sex Workers’ situated response to occupational stigma. Culture, Health, & Sexuality: An international journal for research, intervention, and care. https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2019.1576226

Magnuson, D., Jansson, M., Benoit, C. (2019). Foster care as a support system for early leavers. In Varda Mann-Feder, (ed). Leaving Care and the Transition to Adulthood: International Contributions to Theory, Research, and Practice. Oxford University Press.

Snell, H. Stuart, C., & Magnuson, D. (2019). Post-secondary education as a crucible for learning practice. In K. Girabaghi & G. Charles (eds.), Child & Youth Care Across Sectors vol 1. Canadian Scholars Press.

Carty, E., & Harper, N., & Magnuson, D. (2019). Outdoor adventure and CYC practice. In K. Girabaghi & G. Charles (eds.), Child & Youth Care Across Sectors vol 1 Canadian Scholars Press.

Benoit, C., Smith, M., Jansson, M., Healey, P., & Magnuson, D. (2018). The ‘prostitution problem:’ claims, evidence, and policy outcomes. Archives of Sexual Behavior: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-018-1276-6

Magnuson, D., Jansson, M., & Benoit, C. (2018). "I feel like I’ve really grown up: A brief report on street-involved youth. Research to practice network, 2(1). Available: https://fcssbc.ca/sf-docs/r2p/2018_magnuson.pdf

Magnuson, D. (in press). “I feel like I’ve really grown up:” The experience of emerging adulthood among street-involved youth. Oxford University Press.

Kennedy, M.C., Jansson, M., Benoit, C., Magnuson, D., Scramstad, J., Halgrimsdottir, H. (2017). Social support among street-involved youth. Journal of Youth Studies, 20(10), pp. 1328-1345. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13676261.2017.1333582

Magnuson, D., Jansson, M., Benoit, C., & Kennedy, M. C. (2015). Instability and caregiving in the lives of street-involved children from foster care. Child and Family Social Work. http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/cfs.12262

Magnuson, D. (2014). The productive use of conflict in child protection. Social Sciences, 672-686. https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/3/4/672/htm

Magnuson, D. (2014). Stop breaking people into bits: A plea for a peopled youthwork. In K. Gharabaghi, M. Krueger, & H. Skott-Myre (eds.), With Children. Wilfred Laurier Press.

Magnuson, D. & Baldin, C. (2014). A defence of professionalism: a response to Fusco and Baizerman. Child & Youth Services, 35(1). https://doi.org/10.1080/0145935X.2014.893741

Emerson, D., & Magnuson, D. (2013). Child protection intervention in domestic violence. An illustrative case narrative. Child & Youth Services, 34(3), 236-249. https://doi.org/10.1080/0145935X.2013.825546

Magnuson, D. (2011). Negotiation as a style in child protection work. Child & Family Social Work. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2206.2011.00780.x

Magnuson, D. (2009). The need for the study of everyday life about youth work practice in divided societies. Youth and Policy, 102, 21-34.

Magnuson, D. (2009). The contribution of spirituality to “becoming a self” in child and youth services. In M. de Souza, L. Francis, J. O’Higgens-Norman, & D. Scott, (eds). International Handbook of Education for Spirituality, Care, and Well-being (pp. 433-452). New York: Springer. https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2F978-1-4020-9018-9_24.pdf

Artz, S., Nicholson, D., & Magnuson, D. (2008). Examining sex differences in the use of direct and indirect aggression. Gender Issues 25(4), 267-288.

Magnuson, D. (2007). The perils, promise, and practice of youthwork in conflict societies. In D. Magnuson & M. Baizerman (Eds.), Work with youth individed and contested societies. Rotterdam: Sense Publishing. [edited volume also listed in books]

Magnuson, D. & Baizerman, M. (Eds.) (2007). Work with youth in divided and contested societies.  Rotterdam: Sense Publishing.

Romi, S., Magnuson, D., & Ferguson, R. (2007). Child and youth care in higher education. In H. Grietens, E. J. Knorth, P. Durning, & J. E. Dumas (Eds.), Promoting competence in children and families: scientific perspectives on resilience and vulnerability (pp. 375-400).

Dieser, R. B., Magnuson, D., & Scholl, K. (2005). Critically rethinking the benefits-based approach from a cross-cultural perspective. Philosophy of Therapeutic Recreation: Ideas and Issues, Volume III (pp. 59-72). National Therapeutic Recreation and Park Association.

Scott, D., & Magnuson, D. (2005) Integrating spiritual development into child and youth care programs and institutions. In Benson, P. L., Roehlkepartain, E. C., King, P. E., & Wagener, L. (Eds.), The Handbook of spiritual development in childhood and adolescence (pp. 445-457). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. http://sk.sagepub.com/reference/hdbk_childspiritdev/n31.xml?term=Magnuson

Baldwin, C., Hutchinson, S. L., Magnuson, D. (2004). Program theory: A framework for theory-driven programming and evaluation. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 34, 16-21.

Baldwin, C., Persing, J., & Magnuson, D. (2004). The role of theory in research and evaluation about adventure education. Journal of Experiential Education, 26(3), 167-183. https://doi.org/10.1177/105382590402600307

Coleman, M., Magnuson, D., Randall, S., & Stringer, A.  (2003). Situated friendship: Goal and identity in an after-school girls program.  Relational Child & Youth Care Practice 16(1), 21-34.

Magnuson, D., Baldwin, C., Baizerman, M., & Stringer, A. (2003). Adolescence or youth?  Background to developmental practice. Journal of Child & Youth Care Work, 18. 60-70.

Magnuson, D., Baizerman, M., & Lundgren, K. (2003). Challenges to discernment in religious education. Religion and Education, 30(2), 45-61.

Magnuson, D., & Burger, L. (2002). Developmental supervision in residential care. Journal of Child and Youth Care, 15(2), 9-22.

Magnuson, D., Hudson, S., & Baldwin, C. (2002). Community youth development reconsidered: A look at some origins of our practices. Community Youth Development Anthology, 55-62.

Magnuson, D., Baizerman, M., & Stringer, A. (2001). A moral praxis of child and youth care work. Journal of Child and Youth Care, 15-16, 302-312.

Richter, D., Magnuson, D., & Baizerman, M. (1998). Reconceiving youth ministry. Religious Education, 93(3), 340-357.

Magnuson, D. (1997). A response to “Residential Treatment and its Alternatives:” Toward a broader paradigm. Child and Youth Care Forum, 26(1), 57-61.

Beker, J., & Magnuson, D. (Eds.). (1996). Residential education as an option for at-risk youth. New York:  Haworth Press.

Magnuson, D. (1996).  Essential moral sources of ethical standards in child and youth care work. Child and Youth Care Forum, 24(6), 405-411.

Magnuson, D. (1996). Empirical research and prescriptive models. Child and Youth Care Forum, 25(5), 293-296.

Baizerman, M., & Magnuson, D. (1996).  Do we still need youth as a social stage?  Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 4(3), 48-60.

Magnuson, D., Bachman, R., & Theunissen, V. (1996).  Perspective taking and socialization of staff. Child and Youth Care Forum, 25(6), 379-392.

Beker, J., & Magnuson, D. (1996).  Residential education: Some questions, some suggestions, and a look ahead.  Residential Treatment for Children and Youth, 13(3), 117-124.

Beker, J., & Magnuson, D. (1996). Residential education as an option for at-risk youth: Learning from the Israeli experience. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, 13(3), 3-48.

Magnuson, D., Barnes, F. H., & Beker, J. (1996). Human development imperatives in the organization of group care programs: A practical approach. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth, 13(3), 85-97.

Johnson, D. W., Johnson, R. T., Dudley, B., Ward, M., & Magnuson, D. (1995).  The impact of peer mediation training on the management of school and home conflicts.  American Educational Research Journal, 32(4), 829-844.

Johnson, D. W., Johnson, R. T., Dudley, B., & Magnuson, D. (1995). Training elementary students to manage conflict.  Journal of Social Psychology, 135(6), 673-686.

Magnuson, D. (1994). Responding with restraint. Child and Youth Care Forum, 23(1), 33-36.