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Turner, Denise (2016) Only connect: unifying the social in social work and social media. Journal of Social Work Practice, 30 (3). pp. 313-327. ISSN 0265-0533
Turner, Denise (2016) 'Social media on trial': using technology to enhance inter-disciplinarity and practice experience in Higher Education. Educational Developments. ISSN 1469-3267 (Accepted)
Turner, Denise (2016) "Research you cannot talk about": a personal account of researching sudden, unexpected child death. Illness, Crisis and Loss, 24 (2). pp. 73-87. ISSN 1054-1373
Turner, Denise, Bennison, Gerry, Megele, Claudia and Fenge, Lee-Ann (2016) Editorial: Social work and social media: best friends or natural enemies? Social Work Education: The International Journal, 35 (3). pp. 241-244. ISSN 0261-5479
Turner, Denise (2015) Lack of social media guidance is creating anxiety and alienation. Community Care. ISSN 0307-5508
Turner, Denise (2014) 'Memories are made of this': personal reflections on the creation and maintenance of memorials and mementoes. Bereavement Care, 33 (3). pp. 92-96. ISSN 0268-2621
Turner, Denise (2014) The death of a child - are we still failing to balance suspicion and sensitivity? Society Central.
Turner, Denise (2014) Parents' experiences of the professional response to sudden, unexpected child death: narrative approaches in telling the story. SAGE Research Methods.
Turner, Denise and Webb, Rebecca (2012) ethics and/or Ethics in qualitative social research: negotiating a path around and between the two. Ethics and Social Welfare, 8 (4). pp. 383-396. ISSN 1749-6535
Turner, Denise (2012) Parents of children who die should not be treated like criminals. theguardian.com.
Turner, Denise (2016) Writing the tapestry. In: White, Julie (ed.) Permission: The International Interdisciplinary Impact of Laurel Richardson's Work. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 39-41. ISBN 9789463004572
Turner, Denise (2015) Not behaving as a grieving mother should: exploring the ethical pitfalls of identity construction within an insider study of sudden, unexpected child death. In: Tolich, Martin (ed.) Qualitative Ethics in Practice. Left Coast Press, New Zealand, pp. 71-83. ISBN 9781629581668
Turner, Denise (2015) Pyschosocial aspects of engagement with social media and digital technology - personal thoughts from the frontier. In: Middleton, Andrew (ed.) Smart learning: teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post compulsory education. Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group and Sheffield Hallam University, pp. 73-77. ISBN 9781843873839
Turner, Denise (2014) Creating #team turner: an autoethnography of connection within social work education. In: Westwood, Joanne (ed.) Social media in social work education. Critical Publishing, Northwich. ISBN 9781909682573
Turner, Denise Mary (2014) Telling the story: what can be learned from parents’ experience of the professional response following the sudden, unexpected death of a child. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.
Turner, Denise, Mustaffa, Marhani and Jacobs, Juliet (2016) Parenting adventures #2: dealing with the death of a child. [Audio]
Turner, Denise, Laurent, Su and Henson, Richard (2011) Woman's Hour. [Audio]
Turner, Denise (2017) Scrap the social work bursary, and lose students like us. The Guardian.
Turner, Denise (2016) Social work, social media, social justice and the social world – some thoughts from the conference. Westminster Education Forum. (Accepted)
Turner, Denise (2016) How we prepared social work students for appearing in court. Community Care.
Turner, Denise (2016) Social workers cannot ignore the role of social media in the profession. Guardian News and Media.
Turner, Denise (2015) Student social workers: 'I'm deeply concerned about the future'. The Guardian.
Turner, Denise (2015) Connected and protected: can social media be a part of social work practice? Community Care.