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Bates, Elizabeth and Graham-Kevan, N. (2020) Intimate partner violence perpetrator programmes. In: Wormith, J.S., Craig, L.A. and Hogue, T.E., (eds.) The Wiley Handbook of What Works in Violence Risk Management: Theory, Research, and Practice. Wiley, London, pp. 437-450.
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Bendell, Jem and Ellersiek, Anne (2012) Advocacy for corporate accountability and trade justice: the role of ‘Noble Networks’ in the United Kingdom. In: Utting, Peter, Pianta, Mario and Ellersiek, Anne, (eds.) Global justice activism and policy reform in Europe: understanding when change happens. Routledge Advances in Sociology . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 140-163.

Bendell, Jem and Ellersiek, Anne (2012) The potential and practice of civic networks. In: Utting, Peter, Pianta, Mario and Ellersiek, Anne, (eds.) Global justice activism and policy reform in Europe: understanding when change happens. Routledge Advances in Sociology . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 66-92.


Devine, Cathy (2012) London 2012 Olympic legacy: a big sporting society? International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 5 (2). pp. 257-279.
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Devine, Cathy (2015) Sex, sport and justice: reframing the ‘who’ of citizenship and the ‘what’ of justice in European and UK sport policy. Sport Education and Society, 21 (8). pp. 1193-1212.
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Devine, Cathy (2017) Sex, sport and money: voice, choice and distributive justice in England, Scotland and Wales. Sport, Education and Society, 23 (9). pp. 824-839.
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Grimwood, Sam, Stuart, Kaz, Browning, Ruth, Bidmead, Elaine and Winn-Read, Thea (2021) The Perception of Biopsychosocial Impacts of COVID-19 During Lockdown Restrictions over time in the UK – A Mixed Methods Study. The Journal of Ideas in Health, 14 (2). p. 131.
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Grimwood, Tom (2017) Autonomy and dependence. In: Payne, Malcolm and Reith-Hall, Emma, (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Social Work Theory. Routledge International Handbooks . Taylor & Francis (Routledge), London, UK.
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Hayes, Tracy and Larmour, Caroline (2017) Family learning in prisons: doing time, making time, for family time. In: Applied Psychology and Working with Children and Families Student Conference 2017, 28 April 2017, University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK. (Unpublished)
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Hayes, Tracy and Larmour, Caroline (2019) Let’s get crafty. Using stories and crafts to creatively engage children, young people and families. In: RGS-IBG 2019 International AGM & conference, Geographies of trouble / geographies of hope, 28th - 30th August 2019, London. (Unpublished)
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Hine, Benjamin, Bates, Elizabeth, Mackay, Jennifer and Graham-Kevan, Nicola (2022) Comparing the Demographic Characteristics, and Reported Abuse Type, Contexts and Outcomes of Help-Seeking Heterosexual Male and Female Victims of Domestic Violence: Part I - Who Presents to Specialist Services? Partner Abuse, 13 (1).

Hopkins, Anna and Miller, Paul K. (2022) ‘This statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief’: a provisional assessment of the utility of police victim statements in the qualitative understanding of domestic violence and abuse. Journal of Gender-Based Violence .
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Laidlaw, Kirsteen, Cabiati, Elena, Henriksen, Oystein and Shore, Caroline (2020) Preparing students for social work practice in contemporary societies: insights from a transnational research network. European Journal of Social Work . pp. 1-12.
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Miller, Paul K., Wilson, Nicola and Dickson, Alyson (2011) Targeted mental health in schools: outputs from a qualitative appraisal of the TaMHS Programme in Cumbria. (Unpublished)
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Mukungu, Kate (2017) Acknowledging participants in research on activism to end violence against women in post conflict settings. In: University of Cumbria Interpersonal Violence Seminar Series, 6th December 2017, University of Cumbria. (Unpublished)
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Mukungu, Kate (2019) Building a victim centred GBV activist movement across namibia. Sister Namibia, 31 (2). pp. 16-18.
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Mukungu, Kate (2018) But what do you do when you believe that the law is wrong?: Civil disobedience in pro-choice activism in Northern Ireland. In: North East Crime Research Conference, 25th April 2018, York St. John University, York, England.. (Unpublished)
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Mukungu, Kate (2017) Challenging violence against women and girls in post-conflict settings: Learning from women activists. In: Second Annual, Global Status of Women and Girls Conference: Understanding, Defining, and Preventing Violence, 24th – 26th March 2017, Christopher Newport University, Virginia, USA.. (Unpublished)
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Mukungu, Kate (2018) Locating the individual in collective activism to address violence against women in post conflict contexts. In: Women’s Paths Symposium 2018, Women of the Global South and its Diasporas: Rights, Representation and Activism, 5th June 2018, University of Leeds. (Unpublished)
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Mukungu, Kate (2018) Reforming abortion legislation in Northern Ireland; Threats, opportunities and political expediency. In: Socio Legal Studies Conference., 27th-29th March 2018, Bristol University, Bristol, England.. (Unpublished)
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Mukungu, Kate and Kamwanyah, N.J. (2020) Gender-Based Violence: Victims, Activism and Namibia's Dual Justice Systems. In: Davies, P. and Tapley, J., (eds.) Victimology: Research, policy and activism. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
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Policek, Nicoletta (2017) Artichokes and fresh veggies: taking the rural out of prison. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 2017 (68). pp. 95-108.
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Snell, Laura, Goodwin, Victoria and Grimwood, Tom (2022) Sexual assault and abuse survivor journey research. HASKE. (Unpublished)
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Snell, Laura, Grimwood, Tom and Goodwin, Victoria (2021) Keeping Patients Connected: an evaluation of the third sector and public sector partnership. HASKE. (Unpublished)
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Snell, Laura, Grimwood, Tom and Goodwin, Victoria (2021) The support needs of people who have experienced domestic abuse: a report for Cumbria County Council. HASKE. (Unpublished)
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Stuart, Kaz (2021) Biopsychosocial determinants of wellbeing – a blueprint for tackling well-being inequalities? SCIREA Journal of Sociology, 5 (3). pp. 134-154.
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Stuart, Kaz (2020) Building a therapeutic community around children experiencing poverty: a systems perspective. In: Building a Therapeutic Community Around Children Experiencing Poverty, 15th October 2020, Web based. (Unpublished)
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Stuart, Kaz (2021) Young People's Leisure Time 'Post-Covid' - we need more stuff to do and more places to go. In: Great North Children's Research Network Annual Conference, 4th November 2021, Online. (Unpublished)
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Stuart, Kaz (2020) A biopsychosocial framework for recovery from Covid-19 in NENC. In: The PHINE Network Event: C-Works: Covid-19 Consequences - Want it? OR Know it? Share it!, 7th October 2020, Webinar. (Unpublished)
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Stuart, Kaz and Hillman, Steve (2017) An asset-based approach to theory of change. The Centre for Youth Impact, Leicester, UK.
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Taylor-Beswick, Amanda (2022) Post-pandemic social work and social care: leading through the liminality. In: Social Work Scotland Annual Conference and Exhibition, 5 October 2022, Crieff, UK. (Unpublished)

Taylor-Beswick, Amanda (2022) Post-pandemic social work practice-education; what will it look like, what will it feel like, who will decide? In: University of Suffolk 10 Year University Practice Learning Conference, 2022, Ipswich, UK. (Unpublished)
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Taylor-Beswick, Amanda (2022) Pre-pandemic, pandemic, post-pandemic social work education and practice; what will we take forward, what we will leave behind, who will decide. In: Digital Technologies in Social Work Practice and Education, 17 May 2022, Trinity College Dublin, UK. (Unpublished)

Taylor-Beswick, Amanda (2022) Using digital technology to improve outcomes in social work. In: National Social Care Conference, 28-29 September 2022, Cardiff, UK. (Unpublished)

Turnell, Andrew (2019) Beyond procedures: how do we stake a claim for effective social work practice? In: 3rd Annual University of Cumbria Social Work Conference, 17 May 2019, University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK. (Unpublished)
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