Items where SHU Author is "Phillips, Jake"

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PHILLIPS, Jake, GELSTHORPE, Loraine and PADFIELD, Nicola (2019). Deaths while under supervision: what role for human rights legislation? Political Quarterly.

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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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UGWUDIKE, Pamela and PHILLIPS, Jake (2019). Compliance during community-based penal supervision. In: UGWUDIKE, Pamela, GRAHAM, Hannah, MCNEILL, Fergus, RAYNOR, Peter, TAXMAN, Faye and TROTTER, Chris, (eds.) Routledge Companion to Rehabilitative Work in Criminal Justice. Routledge.

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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