Items where Division is "Faculty of Arts, Business & Applied Social Science > Department of Applied Social Sciences" and Year is 2019

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Ali, Nada, Willis, Reilly, El Moghraby, Asim and Hashim, Mohammaed Jalal (2019) Norms, mobilization and conflict: the Merowe Dam as a case study. Transnational Environmental Law, 8 (2). pp. 217-245. ISSN 2047-1025

Andell, Paul (2019) Changes to Drugs Markets in the UK. In: 19th annual conference of the European Society of Criminology; ConverGENT convergent roads, bridges and new pathways in criminology, 18th-21st Sep 2019, Ghent, Belgium. (Unpublished)

Andell, Paul (2019) Changes to UK middle markets in Crack and Heroin & challenges to the ways we think about them. In: Working in partnership to tackle drug and substance misuse speaker presentations, 26 Nov 2019, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Andell, Paul (2019) County lines: praxis for community safety practitioners. Safer Communities. ISSN 1757-8043

Andell, Paul (2019) Gangs and Violence. In: International handbook on collective violence: current issues and perspectives. Routledge, London, UK. (In Press)

Andell, Paul (2019) Gangs and young people; violent youth gangs in the United Kingdom. Social Policy and Youth Justice. (In Press)

Andell, Paul (2019) Theory into practice: County Lines, violence and changes to drug markets. Youth & Policy. ISSN 2057-4266

Andell, Paul (2019) Thinking seriously about gangs: towards a critical realist approach. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783030128913

Andell, Paul and Pitts, John (2019) Preventing the violent and sexual victimisation of vulnerable gang-involved and gang-affected children and young people in Ipswich. University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK. ISBN 9781913160036

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Bald, Caroline and Howells, Aisha (2019) How do we professionalise social work without losing our soul? a reflection on the role and purpose of practice placements within social work education. Journal of Practice Teaching & Learning, 13 (3). pp. 6-18. ISSN 1759-5150

Bond, Emma and Phippen, Andy (2019) Higher education online self-review tool. University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK.

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Dix, Heidi and Fell, Andy (2019) CH11-Advocacy not tolerance: relational work with people who identify as LGBTQIA. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 173-188. ISBN 9781912096275

Dix, Heidi and Hollinrake, Susan (2019) Introduction. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 1-6. ISBN 9781912096275

Dix, Heidi and Meade, Jennifer (2019) CH3-The IDEAS model. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 47-58. ISBN 9781912096275

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Earle, Harriet and Clark, Jessica (2019) Telling national stories in American Horror Story. European Journal of American Culture, 38 (1). pp. 5-13. ISSN 1466-0407

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Grenfell-Essam, Rachel, Ward, Geoff and Cortis Mack, Cathleen (2019) Temporal isolation effects in immediate recall. Journal of Memory and Language, 109 (104049). ISSN 0749-596X

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Hollinrake, Susan (2019) CH1-Theoretical perspectives for relationship-based practice with adults. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 7-25. ISBN 9781912096275

Hollinrake, Susan (2019) CH2-The legislative and policy context. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 26-46. ISBN 9781912096275

Hollinrake, Susan (2019) CH5-Working with people with learning disabilities. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 77-94. ISBN 9781912096275

Hollinrake, Susan and Dix, Heidi (2019) Conclusion. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 189-191. ISBN 9781912096275

Hollinrake, Susan, Hunt, Garfield, Dix, Heidi and Wagner, Anja (2019) Do we practice (or teach) what we preach? Developing a more inclusive learning environment to better prepare social work students for practice through improving the explorationof their different ethnicities within teaching, learning and assessment opportunities. Social Work Education. pp. 1-22. ISSN 1470-1227

Hollinrake, Susan, Spencer, Sara and Dix, Geof (2019) Disabled citizens as researchers – challenges and benefits of collaboration for effective action and change. European Journal of Social Work. pp. 1-14. ISSN 1468-2664

Howells, Aisha (2019) CH10-IDEAS, domestic abuse and social work. In: Relationship-based Social Work with Adults. Critical skills for social work . Critical Publishing ltd, St Albans, UK, pp. 157-172. ISBN 9781912096275

Huggins, Christopher (2019) The impact of Brexit on English local government. Regions e-Zine, 5.

Huggins, Christopher, van der Zwet, Arno, Connolly, John and McAngus, Craig (2019) What does a no deal Brexit look like for fishing? UK in a Changing Europe, London, UK.

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McAngus, Craig, Huggins, Christopher, Connolly, John and van der Zwet, Arno (2019) Brexit, Fisheries and Scottish Devolution: An Intergovernmental Disruption. The Political Quarterly, 90 (4). ISSN 1467-923X

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Sabuj, Mohammad (2019) Islamic international law: an emerging branch of law which answers the contentious question of ‘authority to use force’ in Islamic law and politics. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. pp. 1-17. ISSN 1469-3542

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Willis, Reilly (2019) Exploring the relationship between global Twitter campaigns and domestic law: methodological challenges and solutions. Information and Communications Technology Law. ISSN 1360-0834 (In Press)

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Xenos, Dimitris (2019) Unconstitutional supranational arrangements for patent law: leaving out the elected legislators and the people’s participatory rights. Information & Communications Technology Law. pp. 1-30. ISSN 1469-8404

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