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MCCARTHY, Lindsey, PARR, Sadie, GREEN, Stephen and REEVE, Kesia (2020). Understanding Models of Support for People Facing Multiple Disadvantage: A Literature Review. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

PARR, Sadie and CHURCHILL, Harriet (2019). The Troubled Families Programme: Learning about policy impact through realist case study research. Social Policy and Administration.

PARR, Sadie and HAYDEN, Carol (2019). Multiple needs, 'troubled families' and social work. People, place and policy, 13 (1), 29-41.

PARR, Sadie (2019). The changing shape of provision for rough sleepers: from conditionality to care. Housing studies.

REEVE, Kesia, MCCARTHY, Lindsey, PATTISON, Ben, PARR, Sadie, BATTY, Elaine, MAYE-BANBURY, Angela, BASHIR, Nadia and DAYSON, Christopher (2018). The mental health needs of Nottingham's homeless population: an exploratory research study - executive summary. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

REEVE, Kesia, MCCARTHY, Lindsey, PATTISON, Ben, PARR, Sadie, BATTY, Elaine, MAYE-BANBURY, Angela, BASHIR, Nadia and DAYSON, Christopher (2018). The mental health needs of Nottingham's homeless population: an exploratory research study. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

PARR, Sadie (2016). Explaining and understanding state intervention into the lives of ‘troubled’ families. Social Policy and Society, 16 (4), 577-592.

PARR, Sadie (2015). Conceptualising 'the relationship' in intensive key worker support as a therapeutic medium. Journal of Social Work Practice, 30 (1), 25-42.

PARR, Sadie (2015). Integrating critical realist and feminist methodologies: ethical and analytical dilemmas. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 18 (2), 193-207.

PARR, Sadie (2015). The Troubled Families Workforce and occupational identity. In: DAVIES, Keith, (ed.) Social work with troubled families : a critical introduction. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 53-73.

PARR, Sadie (2011). Family policy and the governance of anti-social behaviour in the UK : women's experiences of intensive family support. Journal of Social Policy, 40 (04), 717-737.

PARR, Sadie (2011). Intensive family casework with 'problem families': past and present. Family science, 2 (4), 240-249.

HUNTER, Caroline, NIXON, Judy and PARR, Sadie (2010). Mother abuse : a matter of youth justice, child welfare or domestic violence? Journal of Law and Society, 37 (2), 264-284.

PARR, Sadie (2010). The role of social housing in the ‘care’ and ‘control’ of tenants with mental health problems. Social Policy and Society, 9 (01), p. 111.

PARR, Sadie, FLINT, John, CRAWFORD, Joe and POWELL, Ryan (2009). A Process Evaluation of Celtic Against Drugs and Rangers Positive Choices. Project Report. Scottish Government Social Research.

PARR, Sadie (2009). Confronting the reality of anti-social behaviour. Theoretical Criminology, 13 (3), 363-381.

PARR, Sadie (2009). Family Intervention Projects : a site of social work practice. British Journal of Social Work, 39 (7), 1256-1273.

NIXON, J., HODGE, N.S., PARR, S., WILLIS, B. and HUNTER, C. (2008). Anti social behaviour and disability in the UK. People, place & policy online, 2 (1), 37-47.

NIXON, J. and PARR, S. (2008). Family intervention projects and efficacy of parenting interventions. In: Prevention and youth crime: is early intervention working? Bristol, Policy Press.

PARR, S. and NIXON, J. (2008). Rationalising family intervention projects. In: SQUIRES, P., (ed.) ASBO nation: the criminalisation of nuisance. Bristol, Policy Press.

HIRST, J., FORMBY, E., PARR, S., NIXON, J., HUNTER, C. and FLINT, J. F (2007). An evaluation of two initiatives to reward young people. Project Report. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

HUNTER, C., HODGE, N.S., NIXON, J., PARR, S. and WILLIS, B. (2007). Disabled people’s experiences of anti-social behaviour and harassment in social housing: a critical review. Project Report. London, Disability Rights Commission.

HUNTER, C., HODGE, N., NIXON, J. and PARR, S. (2007). Anti social behaviour and disability: the response of social landlords. People, place and policy online, 1 (3), 37-47.

NIXON, J. and PARR, S. (2006). Anti-social behaviour: voices from the front line. In: FLINT, J., (ed.) Housing, urban governance and anti-social behaviour : perspectives, policy and practice. Bristol, Policy Press, 79-98.

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