Items where SHU Author is "Phillips, Jake"

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2019). Probation and politics: Academic reflections from former practitioners. Palgrave Macmillan 2016. The british journal of criminology, 59 (2), 501-503.

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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.

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PHILLIPS, Jake, PADFIELD, Nicola and GELSTHORPE, Loraine (2018). Suicide and community justice. Health and Justice, 6.

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PHILLIPS, Jake, GELSTHORPE, Loraine and PADFIELD, Nicola (2017). Non-custodial deaths: Missing, ignored or unimportant? Criminology and Criminal Justice.

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2017). Probation practice in the information age. Probation Journal, 64 (3), 209-225.

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2017). Towards a rhizomatic understanding of the desistance journey. The Howard Journal Of Crime and Justice, 56 (1), 92-104.

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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.

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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.

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2016). Myopia and misrecognition : the impact of managerialism on the management of compliance. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 16 (1), 40-59.

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KNIGHT, Charlotte, PHILLIPS, Jake and CHAPMAN, Tim (2016). Bringing the feelings back : returning emotions to criminal justice practice. British journal of community justice, 14 (1), 45-58.

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ROKKAN, Tore, PHILLIPS, Jake, LULEI, Martin, POLENDA, Sorina and KENSEY, Annie (2015). How was your day? : exploring a day in the life of probation workers across Europe using practice diaries. European Journal of Probation, 7 (3), 201-217.

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2014). Probation in the news: transforming rehabilitation. British Journal of Community Justice, 12 (1), 27-48.

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2014). The architecture of a probation office: a reflection of policy and an impact on practice. Probation Journal, 61 (2), 117-131.

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2011). Target, audit and risk assessment cultures in the probation service. European Journal of Probation, 3 (3), 108-122.

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PHILLIPS, Jake (2010). The social construction of probation in England and Wales, and the United States : implications for the transferability of probation practice. British journal of community justice, 8 (1).

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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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PHILLIPS, Jake (2013). Understanding ‘the relationship’in English probation supervision. In: DURNESCU, Ioan and MCNEILL, Fergus, (eds.) Understanding Penal Practice. Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice . Routledge.

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