Professional journal articles

Walton, G. (2017 January 9). Academic underperformers must be called out. University Affairs. http://www.universityaffairs.ca/opinion/in-my-opinion/academic-underperformers-must-called/

Walton, G. and Sensoy, Ö. (2014). Istanbul gone wild: An examination of language, discourse, and education on safety. Our Schools / Our Selves, 23 (4), 87 – 99.

Walton, G. (14 February 2012). Sexuality identity: Let’s get it all out on campus. University Affairs.

http://www.universityaffairs.ca/sexual-identity-lets-get-it-all-out-on-campus.aspx

Walton, G. (2011 June 17). Norms of masculinity at root of riot: Hooligans are a factor, but so is society’s expectations of young men to be aggressive and tough. Vancouver Sun, p. A19. http://www2.canada.com/vancouversun/news/archives/story.html?id=959feea2-3186-48aa-acab-7592322b483b

Walton, G. (2009 November 9). On poofter power. The Argus, p. 14.

Walton, G. (2007 May 14). Homophobic bullying affects everyone, regardless of orientation. Vancouver Sun, p. A11.

Walton, G. (2006). H-cubed: A primer on bullying and sexuality diversity for educators. Our Schools / Our Selves, 15 (2), 117 – 126.

Walton, G. (2005 June 16). Don’t ignore the homophobia. Capital Xtra, p. 22.

Walton, G. (2005 April 28). Homophobia overlooked as cause of bullying. SFU News, 33 (1), p. 5. Retrieved from http://www.sfu.ca/sfunews/sfu_news/regular_features/comment04280501.htm

Walton, G. (2005 May). Spike TV? What’s the point? Men’s Briefs (a publication of AIDS Vancouver Island).

Walton, G. (2005 January). Bullying, homophobia, and the making of men. Men’s Briefs (a publication of AIDS Vancouver Island).

Walton, G. (1999). A report on learning disabilities: strategies for identification and remediation. Internal publication for the Special Programs Branch of the BC Ministry of Education.

Walton, G. (1998). Students’ attitudes towards career programs: A report on survey data. Internal publication for the Policy, Analysis, and Evaluation Branch of the BC Ministry of Education.

Walton, G. (1997). What does gender mean to you? In My Gender Workbook by Kate Bornstein, p. 183. New York, NY: Routledge.