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  • Deserving to deserve: Challenging discrimination between the deserving and undeserving in social work 

    Solas J (2018) Deserving to Deserve: Challenging Discrimination between the Deserving and Undeserving in Social Work. The Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics. 15(2). Accepted for publication.
    A distinction between the deserving and undeserving has been in some respects a distinguishing, and in many others, divisive, feature of the social work profession. The apparent distinction has traditionally been drawn ...
  • The emotional self: Embodiment, reflexivity, and emotion regulation 

    Burkitt I (2018) The emotional self: embodiment, reflexivity, and emotion regulation. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 12(5): e12389.
    Current dominant trends in the biological and psychological sciences tend to put emphasis on the role of the brain, cognition, and consciousness in realising emotional states and attempting to regulate them. In this article, ...
  • Co-constructed caring research and intellectual disability: an exploration of friendship and intimacy in being human 

    Rogers C and Tuckwell S (2016) Co-constructed caring research and intellectual disability: an exploration of friendship and intimacy in being human. Sexualities. 19(5-6): 623-640.
    For this paper, emotional and socio-political questions lie at the heart of relationships in understanding intellectual disability and what it is to be a human. While the sexual and intimate is more often than not based ...
  • Mothering and ‘insider’ dilemmas: feminist sociologists in the research process 

    Cooper L and Rogers C (2015) Mothering and ‘insider’ dilemmas: feminist sociologists in the research process. Sociological Research Online. 20(2): 1-13.
    This paper is about care, insider positions and mothering within feminist research. We ask questions about how honest, ethical and caring can we really be in placing the self into the research process as mothers ourselves. ...
  • “I'm complicit and I'm ambivalent and that's crazy”: Care-less spaces for women in the academy 

    Rogers, C (2017) “I’m complicit and I’m ambivalent and that’s crazy”: care-less spaces for women in the academy. Women’s Studies International Forum. 61: 115-122.
    This paper is about three working class women academics in their 40s, who are at different phases in their career. I take a reflexive, feminist, (Reay 2000, 2004, Ribbens and Edwards, 1998) life story approach (Plummer, ...
  • Care-less spaces and identity construction: transition to secondary school for disabled children 

    Lithari E and Rogers C (2017) Care-less spaces and identity construction: transition to secondary school for disabled children. Children’s Geographies. 15(3): 259-273.
    There is a growing body of literature which marks out a feminist ethics of care and it is within this framework we understand transitions from primary to secondary school education can be challenging and care-less, especially ...
  • Intellectual disability and being human: a care ethics model 

    Rogers C (2016) Intellectual disability and being human: a care ethics model. London: Routledge.
    This pioneering book, in considering intellectually disabled people's lives, sets out a care ethics model of disability that outlines the emotional caring sphere, where love and care are psycho-socially questioned, the ...
  • Empowering women through the positive birth movement 

    Hallam J, Howard C, Locke A et al (2018) Empowering women through the positive birth movement. Journal of Gender Studies. Article in Press.
    Childbirth has been positioned as a life changing event that has profound long term psychological effects upon women. This paper adopts a community psychology approach to explore the role that the Positive Birth Movement ...
  • A meta-methodology to enhance pluralist qualitative research: One man’s use of socio-sexual media and midlife adjustment to HIV 

    Madill A, Flowers P, Frost N and Locke A (2018) A meta-methodology to enhance pluralist qualitative research: One man’s use of socio-sexual media and midlife adjustment to HIV. Psychology and Health. Accepted for publication.
    Our aim is to offer and illustrates a novel meta-methodology to enhance the rigour of method selection and understanding of results in pluralist qualitative research (PQR). To do so, we make innovative use of Braun and ...
  • The Paradox of North Korea's nuclear diplomacy: Insights from conflict transformation theory 

    Bluth C (2017) The Paradox of North Korea's nuclear diplomacy: Insights from conflict transformation theory. North Korean Review. 13(1): 45-62.
    This paper develops a novel approach to understanding North Korea's nuclear policy on the basis of conflict transformation theory. By conceptualizing the situation on the Korean peninsula as a protracted conflict (either ...
  • Nuclear Security – Transcending the Policy Objectives of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime 

    Bluth C (2018) Nuclear Security – Transcending the Policy Objectives of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime. In: Esfahani MK and Mohammadi A (Eds) Nuclear Politics in Asia. The Durham Modern Middle East and Islamic World Series. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon. 30-47.
  • Napoleon and Metternich in 1813: some new and some neglected evidence 

    Price, M (2012) Napoleon and Metternich in 1813: some new and some neglected evidence. French History. 26(4): 482-503.
    The eight-hour meeting at Dresden between Napoleon and Metternich on 26th June 1813 is a famous moment in modern French and European history. It marked a decisive stage in Austria’s tortuous path from ally to enemy of ...
  • Nurturing social and ecological relationships: The contribution of conflict resolution education 

    Kelly R (2016) Nurturing social and ecological relationships: The contribution of conflict resolution education. In: Winograd K (Ed.) Education in times of environmental crises: Teaching children to be agents of change. London: Routledge.
    This chapter focuses on important dimension of peace education, the effort to foster qualities and skills for engaging constructively with conflict. Peace education and environmental education have many affinities. It ...
  • 'Hello, Jav, Got a New Motor?': Cars, (De)Racialization and Muslim Identity 

    Alam Y (2013) 'Hello, Jav, Got a New Motor?': Cars, (De)Racialization and Muslim Identity. In; Alexander C, Redclift V and Hussain A (eds) The New Muslims. Runnymede Perspectives. London: Runnymede Trust.
    The car is a symbolic presence at the heart of the everyday experience of multi-ethnic coexistence. Exploring the potential significance of car ownership among members of the Pakistani/Muslim population in Bradford has ...
  • Financial Development, Human capital and Economic Growth at the Subnational level: The Indian Case. 

    Arora RU and Jalilian H (2018) Financial Development, Human capital and Economic Growth at the Subnational level: The Indian Case. Journal of Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development. Accepted for publication in a new journal.
    Although at the national level the relationship between financial development, human capital and economic growth has received some attention, this is largely an under-researched area at the sub-national level. Human capital ...
  • Towards Peaceful Adaptation? Reflections on the purpose, scope, and practice of peace studies in the 21st Century 

    Kelly RHS and Kelly U (2013) Towards Peaceful Adaptation? Reflections on the purpose, scope, and practice of peace studies in the 21st Century. Peace Studies Journal. 6(3): 85-106.
    Our aim in this article is to articulate and consider a number of questions concerning the future purpose, scope, and practice of peace studies. Our premise, set out in the first section, is that the current era of growth ...
  • Development and Validation of the Child Three Factor Eating Questionnaire (CTFEQr17) 

    Bryant EJ (2018) Development and Validation of the Child Three Factor Eating Questionnaire (CTFEQr17) Public Health Nutrition. Article in press.
    OBJECTIVE: Develop and validate a child and adolescent version of the Three Factor Eating Questionnaire (CTFEQr17), and to assess its psychometric properties and factor structure. We also examined associations between the ...
  • Rewarding altruism: addressing the issue of payments for volunteers in public health initiatives 

    South J, Purcell ME, Branney P et al (2014) Rewarding altruism: addressing the issue of payments for volunteers in public health initiatives. Social Science & Medicine. 104: 80-87.
    Lay involvement in public health programmes occurs through formalised lay health worker (LHW) and other volunteer roles. Whether such participation should be supported, or indeed rewarded, by payment is a critical question. ...
  • Engaging men with penile cancer in qualitative research: reflections from an interview-based study 

    Witty K, Branney P, Bullen K et al (2014) Engaging men with penile cancer in qualitative research: reflections from an interview-based study. Nurse Researcher. 21(3): 13-19.
    Aim To explore the challenges of engaging men with penile cancer in qualitative interview research. Background Qualitative interviewing offers an ideal tool for exploring men’s experiences of illness, complementing and ...
  • Psychology, men and cancer 

    Branney P, Witty K and Eardley I (2014) Psychology, men and cancer. The Psychologist. 27(6): 410-413.
    A disease of the anatomical or social body, cancer raises fears about the uncontrollable division and multiplication of some abnormality that will lead ultimately to the destruction of those very conditions that ...

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