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Jordan, L.S., & Hall, J.N. (2023). Framing anticolonialism in evaluation: Bridging decolonizing methodologies and culturally responsive evaluation. Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, 19(44), 102–116.


Jordan, L.S., *Piontak, R. R., *Treco, K. & *McKoy, S. (accepted). Enwhitened spaces: A critical race/critical whiteness content analysis of whiteness, disinformation, and Amazon reviews. Thresholds in Education.


Wolgemuth, J. & Jordan, L. S. (2023). “Will you be our qualitative methodologist?” Reflections on grant work responsibilities. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. Advanced online.




Jordan, L. S. (2022). Unsettling the family sciences: Introducing settler colonial theory through a theoretical analysis of the family and racialized injustice. Journal of Family Theory & Review. Advanced online.

Jordan, L. S. (2022). Integrating qualitative inquiry and critical whiteness in psychology research methods courses. Teaching of Psychology, Advanced online.

Jordan, L. S., & Dykes, D. (2022). “If You Don’t Fight Like Hell, You’re Not Going to Have a Country”: An Intersectional Settler Colonial Analysis of Trump’s “Save America” Speech and Other Messages of (Non) belonging. Cultural Studies↔ Critical Methodologies. Advanced online:


Jordan, L. S. (2022). Unsettling colonial mentalities in family therapy: Entering negotiated spaces. Journal of Family Therapy, 44(1), 171-185.


Jordan, L. S., Seponski, D.M., Hall, J.N., & Bermudez, J.M. (2021). “Hopefully you’ve landed the waka on the shore”: Negotiated spaces in New Zealand’s bicultural mental health system. Transcultural Psychiatry. Advance online

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Jordan, L. S., Anderson, L. A., & Hall, J. N. (2021). Sowing the seeds: Sociocultural resistance in the psychological sciences. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. Advance online

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Jordan, L. S., Walsdorf, A. A., Roche, K. M., Falusi, O. O. (2021). “I am affected in all ways…”: A phenomenographic analysis of the effects of media reports of family separations at the border. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. Advance online

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Jordan, L., S., (2021). Belonging and otherness: The violability and complicity of settler colonial sexual violence. Women & Therapy. Advanced online.

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Boe, J, & Jordan, L.S., Ellis, E. (2021). #ThemToo?: Exclusionary discourse in the #MeToo era. Women & Therapy.

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Roche, K., Walsdorf, A., Jordan, L. S., & Falusi, O.O. (2021). The contemporary anti-immigrant environment and Latinx adolescents’ future orientations: A phenomenographic content analysis. Journal of Child and Family Studies. Advanced online doi: 10.1007/s10826-021-02015-0

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Walsdorf, A. A., Jordan, L. S., McGeorge, C. R., & Caughy, M. O. (2020). White supremacy and the web of family science: Implications of the missing spider. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 12(1), 64-79.

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Jordan, L.S., Seponski, D. S., & Armes, S. A. (2019). ‘Oh, it is a special gift you give to me…’:  A phenomenological analysis of counsellors in Cambodia. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 10(2), 146-158. doi:10.1080/21507686.2019.1629470

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Boe, J., Jordan, L. S. (2019). A look back to move forward: Expanding queer potentiality in family science. Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis, 8(2). doi: 10.31274/jctp.8204

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Jordan, L.S. (2018). “My mind kept creeping back… this relationship can’t last”: Developing self-awareness of monogamous bias. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 30(2), 109-127. doi: 10.1080/08952833.2018.1430459

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Jordan, L.S., & Seponski, D. (2018). “Being a therapist doesn’t exclude you from real life”: Family therapist’s beliefs and barriers to political action. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 44(1), 19-31. doi: 10.1111/jmft.12244

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Jordan, L.S., & Seponski, D. (2018). Public participation: Moving beyond the four walls of therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 44(1), 5-18. doi: 10.1111/jmft.12240

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Seponski, D., Jordan, L.S., (2018). Cross-cultural supervision in international settings: Experiences of foreign supervisors and native supervisees in Cambodia. The Journal of Family Therapy, 40(2), 247-264. doi: 10.1111/1467-6427.12157

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Jordan, L. S., Grogan, C., Muruthi, B., & Bermúdez, J. M. (2017). Polyamory: Experiences of power from without, from within, and in between. Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, 16(1), 1-19.


Richardson, S. Jordan, L.S. (2017). Qualitative inquiry of sibling relationships: reinforcement of disability devaluation through the exclusion of voices. Disability & Society, 32(10), 1534-1554. doi: 10.1080/09687599.2017.1351330


Bermúdez, J. M., Muruthi, B. A., & Jordan, L. S. (2016). Decolonizing research methods for family science: Creating space at the center. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 8(2), 192-206.


Abrams-Muruthi, B.A., Nasis, T., Jordan, L.S., Grogan, C., Mckoy, M., & Farnham, F., (2015). Collaborative therapy approach: Implications for working with Afro-Caribbean families coping with infidelity. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 34(3), 26-43.

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