Items for Social Work and Social Care in 2019

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Article

Balouch, Sara, Rifaat, Enas, Chen, Henglien Lisa and Tabet, Naji (2019) Social networks and loneliness in people with Alzheimer's dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 34 (5). pp. 666-673. ISSN 0885-6230

Becker, Saul and Sempik, Joe (2019) Young adult carers: the impact of caring on health and education. Children & Society, 33 (4). pp. 377-386. ISSN 0951-0605

Berriman, Liam and Mascheroni, Giovanna (2019) Exploring the affordances of smart toys and connected play in practice. New Media & Society, 21 (4). pp. 797-814. ISSN 1461-4448

Bristowe, K, Clift, P, James, R, Josh, J, Platt, M, Whetham, J, Nixon, E, Post, F A, McQuillan, K, Cheallaigh, C Ní, Murtagh, F E M, Anderson, J, Sullivan, A K and Harding, R (2019) Towards person‐centred care for people living with HIV: what core outcomes matter, and how might we assess them? A cross‐national multi‐centre qualitative study with key stakeholders. HIV Medicine. ISSN 1464-2662

Godhwani, Simran, Jivraj, Stephen, Marshall, Alan and Bécares, Laia (2019) Comparing subjective and objective neighbourhood deprivation and their association with health over time among older adults in England. Health and Place, 55. pp. 51-58. ISSN 1353-8292

Hadfield, Mark, Ruch, Gillian, Winter, Karen, Cree, Viviene and Morrison, Fiona (2019) Social workers’ reflexive understandings of their ‘everyday’ communications with children. Child and Family Social Work. pp. 1-9. ISSN 1356-7500

Holloway, Mark, Orr, David and Wilson, Jo-Clark (2019) Experiences of challenges and support among family members of people with acquired brain injury: a qualitative study in the UK. Brain Injury, 33 (4). pp. 401-411. ISSN 0269-9052

Jaynes, Victoria (2019) ‘Befriend them but not be their friend’: negotiations of youth practice in a digital age. Journal of Youth Studies. ISSN 1367-6261

Joseph, Stephen, Kendall, Claire, Toher, Deirdre, Sempik, Joe, Holland, Jennifer and Becker, Saul (2019) Young carers in England: findings from the 2018 BBC survey on the prevalence and nature of caring among young people. Child: Care, Health and Development, 45 (4). pp. 606-612. ISSN 0305-1862

Joseph, Stephen, Sempik, Joe, Leu, Agnes and Becker, Saul (2019) Young carers research, practice and policy: an overview and critical perspective on possible future directions. Adolescent Research Review. ISSN 2363-8346

Karvinen-Niinikoski, Synnöve, Beddoe, Liz, Ruch, Gillian and Tsiu, Ming-sum (2019) Professional supervision and professional autonomy. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Review, 31 (3). pp. 87-96. ISSN 1178-5527

Kirby, Perpetua (2019) Children’s agency in the modern primary classroom. Children & Society. ISSN 0951-0605

Kirby, Perpetua (2019) ‘Hot bubbly poo’: navigating children’s scatological humour at school. Entanglements: experiments in multimodal ethnography, 2 (1). pp. 6-10. ISSN 2516-5860

Kirby, Perpetua (2019) Marshmallow claps and frozen children: sitting on the carpet in the modern ‘on-task’ primary classroom. Pedagogy, Culture and Society. ISSN 1468-1366

Lefevre, Michelle, Hickle, Kristine and Luckock, Barry (2019) Both/and’ not ‘either/or’: reconciling rights to protection and participation in working with child sexual exploitation. The British Journal of Social Work, 49 (7). pp. 1837-1855. ISSN 0045-3102

Leu, Agnes, Frech, Marianne, Wepf, Hannah, Sempik, Joe, Joseph, Stephen, Helbling, Laura, Moser, Urs, Becker, Saul and Jung, Corinna (2019) Counting young carers in Switzerland – a study of prevalence. Children and Society, 33 (1). pp. 53-67. ISSN 0951-0605

Maglajlic, Reima Ana (2019) Organisation and delivery of social services in extreme events: Lessons from social work research on natural disasters. International Social Work, 62 (3041). pp. 1146-1158. ISSN 0020-8728

Medeiros, Emilie, Shrestha, Prabin, Gaire, Himal and Orr, David M R (2019) Life after armed group involvement in Nepal: a clinical ethnography of psychological well-being of former 'child soldiers' over time. Transcultural Psychiatry. ISSN 1363-4615

Morrison, F, Cree, V, Ruch, G, Winter, K, Hadfield, M and Hallett, S (2019) Containment - exploring the concept of agency in children’s statutory encounters with social workers. Childhood, 26 (1). pp. 98-112. ISSN 0907-5682

Priest, Naomi, Kavanagh, Anne, Becares, Laia and King, Tania (2019) Cumulative effects of bullying and racial discrimination on adolescent health in Australia. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 60 (3). pp. 344-361. ISSN 0022-1465

Ruch, G, Winter, K, Morrison, F, Hadfield, M, Cree, V and Hallett, S (2019) From communication to co-operation: re-conceptualising social workers’ engagement with children. Child and Family Social Work. ISSN 1356-7500 (Accepted)

Sellers, Ruth, Smith, Amelia, Leve, Leslie D, Nixon, Elizabeth, Cassell, Jackie and Harold, Gordon (2019) Utilising genetically informed research designs to better understand family processes and child development: implications for adoption and foster care focused interventions. Adoption and Fostering, 43 (3). pp. 351-371. ISSN 0308-5759

Sims, Louise (2019) Making and breaking families: a short essay on loss, hope and staying connected. Journal of Social Work Practice, 33 (3). pp. 339-345. ISSN 0265-0533

Thayer, Zaneta, Becares, Laia and Carr, Polly Atatoa (2019) Maternal experiences of ethnic discrimination and subsequent birth outcomes in Aotearoa New Zealand. BMC Public Health, 19 (1). a1271. ISSN 1471-2458

Winter, Karen, Morrison, Fiona, Cree, Viviene, Ruch, Gillian, Hadfield, Mark and Hallet, Sophie (2019) Emotional labour in social workers’ encounters with children and their families. British Journal of Social Work, 49 (1). pp. 217-233. ISSN 0045-3102

Zilanawala, Afshin, Becares, Laia and Benner, Apriele (2019) Race/ethnic inequalities in early adolescent development in the United Kingdom and United States. Demographic Research, 40 (6). pp. 121-154. ISSN 1435-9871

Østergaard, J and Thomson, Rachel (2019) Thinking through cases: articulating variable and narrative logics on a longitudinal analysis of drug use and school drop out. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. ISSN 1364-5579 (Accepted)

Book Section

Berriman, Liam (2019) Apps(mobile applications). In: The SAGE encyclopedia of children and childhood studies. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.. ISBN 9781483340357 (Accepted)

Berriman, Liam (2019) iPad. In: Couchenour, Donna and Chrisman, J Kent (eds.) The SAGE encyclopedia of children and childhood studies. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.. ISBN 9781483340357 (Accepted)

Hickle, Kristine (2019) Understanding trauma and its relevance to child sexual exploitation. In: Pearce, Jenny (ed.) Child Sexual Exploitation: Why Theory Matters. Policy Press, Bristol. ISBN 978-1447351436

Jaynes, Victoria (2019) Digital bodies. In: Ross, K (ed.) The International Encyclopaedia of Gender, Media, and Communication. Wiley. (Accepted)

Maglajlic, Reima Ana (2019) Madness in the time of war – post-war reflections on practice and research beyond the borders of psychiatry and development. In: Beresford, P, Russo, J and Boxall, K (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Mad Studies: Critical international perspectives on doing Mad Studies. Routledge, London. (Accepted)

Reports and working papers

Orr, David M R, Daoust, Gabrielle, Dyvik, Synne L, Puhan, Sushri Sangita and Boddy, Janet (2019) Safeguarding in international development research: evidence review. Project Report. UK Collaborative on Development Research, London.

Conference or Workshop Item

Damman, J, Johnson-Motoyama, M and Wells, S (2019) Screening decisions at child protective services intake: a systematic review. In: SSWR 2019 Annual Conference: Ending Gender Based, Family and Community Violence, January 16-20 2019, San Francisco, CA, United States.

Damman, Jeri (2019) Changing the child welfare system from within: the system level involvement of birth parents with prior child welfare service experience. In: European Conference for Social Work Research 2019, 10-12 April 2019, Leuven, Belgium.

Book

Watters, Charles (2019) Mental health and wellbeing: intercultural perspectives. Foundations of Mental Health Practice . Red Globe Press, London. ISBN 9781137610232

Edited Book

Larkin, Rachel, Wroe, Lauren and Maglajlic, Reima Ana, eds. (2019) Social work with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants: theory and skills for practice. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. ISBN 9781785923449

Thesis

Clarke, Rachel (2019) Working carers living well with dementia: sustaining wellbeing through work-life reconciliation. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Dugmore, Paul (2019) Acknowledging and bearing emotions: a study into child and family social work practice. Doctoral thesis (DSW), University of Sussex.

Hare, Risthardh (2019) An evaluation of the implementation of systemic ideas into child safeguarding social work practice with domestic violence and abuse using the principles of realistic evaluation. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Havard, Tirion Elizabeth (2019) Beyond proximity: the covert role of mobile phones in maintaining power and coercive control in the domestic abuse of women. Doctoral thesis (DSW), University of Sussex.

Larkin, Rachel Pauline (2019) ‘Who do you see?’ How do unaccompanied young women and UK social workers construct and understand each other in practice encounters? Doctoral thesis (DSW), University of Sussex.

Poletti, Alberto (2019) “It’s a shared responsibility”. The relationship between the working environment of child protection teams and practitioners’ emotionality and professional resilience: a psycho-social exploration. Doctoral thesis (DSW), University of Sussex.

Shergill, Makhan (2019) Making the transition from university to the workplace: the emotional experiences of Newly Qualified Social Workers. Doctoral thesis (DSW), University of Sussex.

Whittington, Elsie (2019) Understanding sexual consent: a participatory approach with young people. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Other

Luckock, Barry (2019) [Book review] David Wastell and Sue White, Blinded by Science: the social implications of epigenetics and neuroscience. Sage.

This list was generated on Sat Dec 7 09:06:20 2019 GMT.