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Kamerāde, D. (2012) Group Role-play as a Method of Facilitating Student to Student Interaction and Making Theory Relevant , Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching, 6 (3), 173-188.
Kamerāde, D. (2011) Impact of the recession on age management policies: Latvia, Dublin, Ireland: European Foundation for Improvement of Working and Living Conditions.
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Mārtinsone K., Pipere A., Kamerāde D. (2011) Dictionary of Research Terminology (in Latvian), Raka, Riga.
Kamerāde, D., Kristapsone, S., Lazda, R. (2011) Quantitative research, in: Mārtinsone, K (ed.), Introduction to Research: Strategies, Designs and Methods (in Latvian), Raka, Riga, Latvia, pp.49-88.
Kamerāde, D.(2011) , How to write a research report, in: Mārtinsone, K (ed.) Introduction to Research: Strategies, Designs and Methods (in Latvian), Raka, Riga, Latvia, pp.243-259.
Lūse, A., Kamerāde, D.(2011) Redrawing the Boundaries of Psychiatry and Mental Illness in the Post-Soviet Period: The Case of Latvia, in Szmigiero,K. (ed), Probing Madness, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 55-66.
Kamerāde, D. (2009) Part-time work and involvement in voluntary associations in Britain, Sociological Research Online, 14 (5).
Kamerade, D., Burchell, B. (2004) Teleworking and Participatory Capital: Is Teleworking an Isolating or a Community Friendly Form of Work? European Sociological Review, 20 (4), 365-387.