Items where SHU Author is "Westaby, Chalen"

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PHILLIPS, Jake, FOWLER, Andrew and WESTABY, Chalen (2018). Self-disclosure in criminal justice: what form does it take and what does it achieve? International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62 (12), 3890-3909.

WESTABY, Chalen and JONES, Emma (2018). Empathy: an essential element of legal practice or ‘never the twain shall meet’? International Journal of the Legal Profession, 25 (1), 107-124.

WESTABY, Chalen, PHILLIPS, Jake and FOWLER, Andrew (2016). Spillover and work-family conflict in probation practice: Managing the boundary between work and home life. European Journal of Probation, 8 (3), 113-127.

PHILLIPS, Jake, WESTABY, Chalen and FOWLER, Andrew (2016). “It’s relentless”: the impact of working primarily with high risk offenders. Probation Journal, 63 (2), 182-192.

WESTABY, Chalen (2014). What's culture got to do with it? The emotional labour of immigration solicitors in their exchanges with United Kingdom Border Agency case owners. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 20 (1), 1-26.

WESTABY, Chalen (2014). A qualitative study of the impact of law clinics on students’ perceptions of emotional labour expectations. The Law Teacher, 48 (3), 248-280.

WESTABY, Chalen (2007). A critical analysis of orthodox approaches to customary international law and the search for transcendence. Journal of the Philosophy of International Law, 2, 6-38.

Book Section

FOWLER, Andrew, PHILLIPS, Jake and WESTABY, Chalen (2017). Understanding emotions as effective practice. The performance of emotional labour in building relationships. In: UGWUDIKE, Pamela, RAYNOR, Peter and ANNISON, Jill, (eds.) Evidence-based skills in community justice : international research on supporting rehabilitation and desistance. Bristol, Policy Press. (In Press)

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