Items where SHU Author is "Cowburn, Malcolm"
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COWBURN, Malcolm and LAVIS, Victoria (2013). Using a prisoner advisory group to develop diversity research in a maximum-security prison. Groupwork, 23 (3), 32-44.
COWBURN, Malcolm (2011). Perceiving the continuum of sexual harm and the need for varied responses to sexual violence. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 55 (2), 179-181.
COWBURN, M. (2010). Invisible men: social reactions to male sexual coercion - bringing men and masculinities into community safety and public policy. Critical social policy, 30 (2), 225-244.
NELSON, P. and COWBURN, M. (2010). Social work admissions : applicants with criminal convictions - the challenge of ethical risk assessment. The British journal of social work, 40 (4), 1081-1099.
COWBURN, M. (2010). Principles, virtues and care: ethical dilemmas in research with male sex offenders. Psychology, crime and law, 16 (1-2), 65-74.
DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: crossing a line or entering the shadows? British journal of social work, 40 (6), 1866-1889.
DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: research report. Project Report. General Social Care Council.
COWBURN, M. and LAVIS, V. (2009). Race relations in prison: managing performance and developing engagement. British journal of community justice, 7 (3), 77-89.
COWBURN, M. (2008). The BME male sex offender in prison: overrepresentation and under-participation. In: Challenging boundaries : Social Policy Association conference, Edinburgh, June 23-25 2008.
COWBURN, M., LAVIS, V. and WALKER, T. (2008). BME sex offenders in prison: the problem of participation in offending behaviour groupwork programmes – a tripartite model of understanding. British journal of community justice, 6 (1), 19-34.
COWBURN, M., LAVIS, V. and WALKER, T. (2008). Black and minority ethnic sex offenders. Prison service journal, 178, 44-49.
COWBURN, M. (2007). Men researching men in prison: the challenges for profeminist research. Howard journal of criminal justice, 46 (3), 276-288.
COWBURN, M. and NELSON, P. (2007). Safe recruitment, social justice, and ethical practice: should people who have criminal convictions be allowed to train as social workers? Social work education, 27 (3), 293-306.
COWBURN, M. (2006). Constructive work with male sex offenders: male forms of life, language games and change. In: GORMAN, K., GREGORY, M., HAYLES, M. and PARTON, N., (eds.) Constructive Work with Offenders. London, Jessica Kingsley, 159-176.
COWBURN, M. (2005). Confidentiality and public protection: ethical dilemmas in qualitative research with adult male sex offenders. Journal of sexual aggression, 11 (1), 49-63.
COWBURN, M. (2005). Hegemony and discourse: reconstruing the male sex offender and sexual coercion by men. Sexualities, evolution and gender, 7 (3), 215-231.
IRFAN, S. and COWBURN, M. (2004). Disciplining, chastisement and physical child abuse: perceptions and attitudes of the British Pakistani community. Journal of Muslim minority affairs, 24 (1), 89-98.
COWBURN, M. and DOMINELLI, L. (2001). Masking hegemonic masculinity: reconstructing the paedophile as the dangerous stranger. British journal of social work, 31 (3), 399-414.