Items for Social Work and Social Care in 2015

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Arnott, Susi and Thomson, Rachel (2015) Day of our lives: making and sharing multi-media documents of everyday mothering. Studies in the Maternal, 7 (1).

Aruldoss, Vinnarasan and Davis, John M (2015) Children’s rights and early years provision in India. In: Smith, Anne (ed.) Enhancing children’s rights: connecting research, policy and practice. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137386090

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Braye, Suzy, Orr, David and Preston-Shoot, Michael (2015) Learning lessons about self-neglect? An analysis of serious case reviews. Journal of Adult Protection, 17 (1). pp. 3-18. ISSN 1466-8203

Braye, Suzy, Orr, David and Preston-Shoot, Michael (2015) Serious case review findings on the challenges of self-neglect: indicators for good practice. Journal of Adult Protection, 17 (2). pp. 75-87. ISSN 1466-8203

Bécares, Laia (2015) Which ethnic groups have the poorest health? In: Jivraj, Stephen and Simpson, Ludi (eds.) Ethnic identity and inequality in Britain: the dynamics of diversity. Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9781447321811

Bécares, Laia and Nazroo, James (2015) Social capital, ethnic density and mental health among ethnic minority people in England: a mixed-methods study. In: Li, Yaojun (ed.) Handbook of research methods and applications on social capital. Handbooks of Research Methods and Applications . Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 242-261. ISBN 9780857935847

Bécares, Laia, Nazroo, James and Kelly, Yvonne (2015) A longitudinal examination of maternal, family, and area-level experiences of racism on children's socioemotional development: patterns and possible explanations. Social Science & Medicine, 142. pp. 128-135. ISSN 0277-9536

Bécares, Laia and Priest, Naomi (2015) Understanding the influence of race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Class on Inequalities in Academic and Non-Academic Outcomes among Eighth-Grade Students: Findings from an Intersectionality Approach. PLoS ONE, 10 (109). ISSN 1932-6203

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Cane, Tam (2015) Interdisciplinary working in HIV related adoption assessments: service user perspectives. In: Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference, Wednesday 15th - Friday 17th July 2015, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2015) Care workers in long-term care for older people: challenges of quantity and quality. In: Zrinšcak, Siniša and Lawrence, Susan (eds.) Active ageing and demographic change: challenges for social work and social policy. Routledge. ISBN 9781138937383

Clark-Wilson, Jo and Holloway, Mark (2015) Life care planning and long-term care for individuals with brain injury in the UK. NeuroRehabilitation, 36 (3). pp. 289-300. ISSN 1053-8135

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Damman, J and Tomlinson, S (2015) Elevating the parent voice: improving the child welfare system through two innovative parent engagement approaches. In: The 2015 International Conference on Innovations in Family Engagement: Continuing the Learning on Differential Response, Family Group Decision Making and Other Reforms, 27-30 October, 2015, Minneapolis, MN.

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Gray, Mel, Sharland, Elaine, Heinsh, Milena and Shubert, Leanne (2015) Connecting research to action: perspectives on research utilisation. British Journal of Social Work, 45 (7). pp. 1952-1967. ISSN 0045-3102

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Henderson, Morag, Cheung, Sin Yi, Sharland, Elaine and Scourfield, Jonathan (2015) The effect of social work use on the mental health outcomes of parents and the life satisfaction of children in Britain. Children and Youth Services Review, 58. pp. 71-81. ISSN 0190-7409

Henderson, Morag, Scourfield, Jonathan, Cheung, Sin Yi and Sharland, Elaine (2015) Predictors of social service contact among teenagers in England. British Journal of Social Work, 46 (6). pp. 1485-1501. ISSN 0045-3102

Holloway, Mark and Fyson, Rachel (2015) Acquired brain injury, social work and the challenges of personalisation. British Journal of Social Work, 46 (5). pp. 1301-1317. ISSN 0045-3102

Hudson, Brian (2015) Butterflies and moths in the Amazon: developing mathematical thinking through the rainforest. Education et Didactique, 9 (2). pp. 119-133. ISSN 1956-3485

Hudson, Brian, Henderson, Sheila and Hudson, Alison (2015) Developing mathematical thinking in the primary classroom: liberating students and teachers as learners of mathematics. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 47 (3). pp. 374-398. ISSN 0022-0272

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Join-Lambert, Helene, Euillet, Severine, Boddy, Janet, Statham, June, Danielsen, Inge and Geurts, Esther (2015) L’implication des parents dans l’éducation de leur enfant placé. Approches européennes. The involvement of parents in the upbringing of their child placed in care: European approaches. Revue française de pédagogie, 187. pp. 71-80. ISSN 0556-7807

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Kapp, SA and Damman, J (2015) What strengths do youth bring to psychiatric residential treatment? Converging and diverging perspectives among youth, parent and workers. In: 28th Annual Children's Mental Health Research and Policy Conference, 22-25 March, 2015, Tampa, FL.

Kapp, Steve, Rand, April and Damman, Jeri L (2015) Clinical gains for youth in psychiatric residential treatment facilities: results from a state-wide performance information system. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth, 32 (1). pp. 37-57. ISSN 0886-571X

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Larkin, Rachel (2015) Understanding the ‘lived experience’ of unaccompanied young women: challenges and opportunities for social work. Practice, 27 (5). pp. 297-313. ISSN 0950-3153

Lefevre, Michelle (2015) Becoming effective communicators with children: developing practitioner capability through social work education. British Journal of Social Work, 45 (1). pp. 204-224. ISSN 0045-3102

Lefevre, Michelle (2015) Integrating the teaching, learning and assessment of communication with children within the qualifying social work curriculum. Child and Family Social Work, 20 (2). pp. 211-222. ISSN 1356-7500

Luckock, Barry (2015) [Review] David Shemmings and Yvonne Shemmings, ed. (2014) Assessing disorganized attachment behaviour in children: an evidence-based model for understanding and supporting families. Child and Family Social Work, 20 (2). pp. 252-253. ISSN 1356-7500

Luckock, Barry (2015) [Review] Sally Sales (2012) Adoption, family and the paradox of origins: a Foucauldian history. Adoption and Fostering, 39 (2). pp. 184-186. ISSN 0308-5759

Lynch, Michael David (2015) A mixed method analysis of an Early Intervention Program for students with behavioural and concentration difficulties in two schools in Malmö, Sweden. Doctoral thesis (DSW), University of Sussex.

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Marrable, Tish and Lambley, Sharon (2015) Exploring service user involvement in adult health and social care supervision. In: Bostock, Lisa (ed.) Interprofessional staff supervision in adult health and social care services. Learning from success: the Pavilion annuals, 1 . Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd., Hove, pp. 43-48. ISBN 9781910366660

McGeeney, Ester (2015) Live tweeting and building the digital archive; #NFQLR— who and what is it for? International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 18 (3). pp. 307-319. ISSN 1364-5579

McGeeney, Ester (2015) Young people, sexual pleasure and sexual health services: what happens when “good sex” is bad for your health? In: Wright, Katie and McLeod, Julie (eds.) Rethinking youth wellbeing: critical perspectives. Springer, pp. 91-108. ISBN 9789812871879

McGeeney, Ester (2015) A focus on pleasure? Desire and disgust in group work with young men. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 17. pp. 223-237. ISSN 1369-1058

McGeeney, Ester, Barakat, Fiona, Langleand, Gjori and Williams, Shem (2015) The Yuva young people’s service: a holistic approach to addressing child-to-parent violence in London. In: Holt, Amanda (ed.) Working with Adolescent Violence and Abuse Towards Parents. Routledge, Oxford, UK, pp. 117-133. ISBN 9781138807990

McGeeney, Ester and Harvey, Laura (2015) Cisgender – living in the gender assigned at birth. In: Richards, Christina and Barker, Meg John (eds.) The Palgrave handbook of the psychology of sexuality and gender. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 149-165. ISBN 9781137345882

Medeiros, Emilie, Orr, David M R and Van Deventer, Jasmine (2015) Mental health and psychosocial support in Guinea-Conakry / Santé mentale et soutien psychosocial en Guinée-Conakry. Other. International Medical Corps.

Munn-Giddings, Carol, Stokken, Roar and Maglajlic, Reima Ana (2015) Editorial: Social inclusion. Intersectionalities, 4 (2). pp. 1-6. ISSN 1925-1270

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Nolas, Sevasti-Melissa (2015) Children's participation, childhood publics and social change: a review. Children and Society, 29 (2). pp. 157-167. ISSN 0951-0605

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Orr, David and Jain, Sumeet (2015) Making space for embedded knowledge in global mental health: a role for social work. European Journal of Social Work, 18 (4). pp. 569-582. ISSN 1369-1457

Orr, David and Teo, Yugin (2015) Carers’ responses to shifting identity in dementia in Iris and Away From Her: cultivating stability or embracing change? Medical Humanities, 41 (2). pp. 81-85. ISSN 1468-215X

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Ruch, Gillian (2015) Relational practice in critical reflection: the role of communication and containment. In: Fook, Jan, Collington, Val, Ross, Fiona, Ruch, Gillian and West, Linden (eds.) Researching Critical Reflection: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138825185

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Taylor, Imogen (2015) Discretion or prescription? Exploring confidence in qualifying social work education. British Journal of Social Work, 45 (2). pp. 493-510. ISSN 0045-3102

Thomson, Rachel and Holland, Janet (2015) Critical moments? The importance of timing in young people's narratives of transition. In: Wyn, Johanna and Cahill, Helen (eds.) Handbook of children and youth studies. Springer Singapore, pp. 723-733. ISBN 9789814451147

Turner, Denise (2015) Connected and protected: can social media be a part of social work practice? Community Care.

Turner, Denise (2015) Lack of social media guidance is creating anxiety and alienation. Community Care. ISSN 0307-5508

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 (2015) Student social workers: 'I'm deeply concerned about the future'. The Guardian.

Turney, Danielle and Ruch, Gillian (2015) Thinking about thinking after Munro: the contribution of cognitive interviewing to child-care social work supervision and decision-making practices. British Journal of Social Work, 1 (17). pp. 1-17. ISSN 0045-3102

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Varvantakis, Christos (2015) Like the palm of my hand: children and public space in central Athens. In: Germanos, Dimitris and Liapi, Marianthi (eds.) Digital proceedings of the symposium with international participation: places for learning experiences. Think, make, change. Greek National Documentation Centre, Athens, pp. 152-163.

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Wakeling, Paul, Hancock, Sally and Hampden-Thompson, Gillian (2015) Widening access to postgraduate study and the professions: understanding the student - University of Sheffield: Strand report. Project Report. University of York, Department of Education.

Whiting, Russell (2015) Don't mention the war: a response to Reeves and McIvor on the early career of Clement Attlee. Renewal: a Journal of Labour Politics, 23 (1/2). pp. 117-126. ISSN 0968-252X

Whiting, Russell (2015) Gestures of mutuality: bridging social work values and skills through Erasmian humanism. Ethics and Social Welfare, 9 (4). pp. 328-342. ISSN 1749-6535

Whittaker, Andrew and Havard, Tirion (2015) Defensive practice as ‘fear-based’ practice: social work’s open secret? British Journal of Social Work. ISSN 0045-3102

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Zhang, Nan, Bécares, Laia and Chandola, Tarani (2015) Does the timing of parental migration matter for child growth? A life course study on left-behind children in rural China. BMC Public Health, 15 (966). pp. 1-12. ISSN 1471-2458

Zhang, Nan, Bécares, Laia and Chandola, Tarani (2015) A multilevel analysis of the relationship between parental migration and left-behind children’s macronutrient intakes in rural China. Public Health Nutrition, 19 (11). pp. 1913-1927. ISSN 1368-9800

Zhang, Nan, Bécares, Laia, Chandola, Tarani and Callery, Peter (2015) Intergenerational differences in beliefs about healthy eating among carers of left-behind children in rural China: a qualitative study. Appetite, 95. pp. 484-491. ISSN 0195-6663

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