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ALBERTSON, Katherine, O'KEEFFE, Caroline, BURKE, Catherine, LESSING-TURNER, Georgina and RENFREW, Mary (2014). Addressing health inequalities for mothers and babies in prison: findings from a consultation exercise. In: TODD, Angela and HIRST, Julia, (eds.) Health and Inequality: Applying Public Health Research to Policy and Practice. Abingdon, Routledge, 39-47.
BLAIN, J. and WALLIS, R. J. (2006). Pasts and pagan practices: moving beyond Stonehenge. Public archaeology, 5, 211-222.
BLAIN, J. and WALLIS, R. J. (2004). Sacred sites, contested rites/rights: contemporary pagan engagements with the past. Journal of material culture, 9 (3), 237-261.
BLAIN, J. and WALLIS, R. J. (2008). Sacred, secular, or sacrilegious? prehistoric sites, pagans and the Sacred Sites project in Britain. In: SCHACHTER, J. and BROCKMAN, S., (eds.) (Im)permanence: Cultures In/Out of Time. Pittsburg, Penn State University Press, 212-223.
BLAIN, Jenny (2013). Consciousness, Wights and Ancestors. In: HARVEY, Graham, (ed.) The handbook of contemporary animism. Acumen Handbooks . London, Routledge, 423-110.
BLAIN, Jenny (2011). Hills of the ancestors, townscapes of artisans. In: MACLELLAN, Gordon, (ed.) The Wanton Green. Mandrake of Oxford, 173-186.
BLAIN, Jenny (2011). Landscape, meaning, paganisms and ancestors. In: New Spiritualities, Dept of Geography, University of Glasgow, 11 May 2011. (Unpublished)
BLAIN, Jenny (2011). Neo-Shamanism: Pagan and 'neo-shamanic' interactions with archaeology. In: INSOLL, Tim, (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Ritual and Religion. OUP, 1017-1031.
BLAIN, Jenny (2012). Seidr Oracles. In: DRURY, Nevill, (ed.) Pathways in Modern Western Magic. Ars Concrescent.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert (2009). Beyond Sacred: Recent Pagan Engagements with Archaeological Monuments – Current findings of the Sacred Sites Project. The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 11 (1), 97-123.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert (2012). Negotiating archaeology/spirituality : pagan engagements with the prehistoric past in Britain. In: ROWNTREE, Kathryn, MORRIS, Christine and PEATFIELD, Alan, (eds.) Archaeology of spiritualities. One world archaeology . New York, Springer, 47-70.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert (2004). Sites, Texts, Contexts and Inscriptions of Meaning: Investigating Pagan Authenticities. in a Text-Based Society. Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 6 (2), 231-252.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert J (2009). Heathenry. In: LEWIS, James and PIZZA, Murph, (eds.) Handbook of Contemporary Paganisms. Leiden, The Netherlands, Brill, 413-432.
BREEZE, B and DEAN, Jonathan (2012). Pictures of me : user views on their representation in homelessness fundraising appeals. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 17 (2), 132-143.
BREEZE, Beth and DEAN, Jonathan (2012). User views of fundraising. Project Report. Alliance Publishing Trust.
BROOKS, Jennifer (2012). Practice example 5, George: 'It's like having a friend around'. In: DAVIES, Martin, (ed.) Social Work with Adults: Policy, law, theory, research and practice. London, Palgrave Macmillan, p. 82.
BROOKS, Jennifer (2014). Workplace personal assistants : what do we need to know? Revaluing Care Research Network.
BROOKS, Jennifer, MITCHELL, Wendy and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2016). Personalisation, personal budgets and family carers: Whose assessment? Whose budget? Journal of Social Work. (In Press)
CROSSLEY, Nick and IBRAHIM, Joseph (2012). Critical mass, social networks and collective action: exploring student political worlds. Sociology, 46 (4), 596-612.
DEAN, Jonathan (2011). Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys : governmentality, state power and the responsibilization of youth. In: Contesting the State Conference, University of Kent, 13 May, 2011. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2011). Challenging narratives : the importance of informal volunteering. In: NCVO/VSSN Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference 2011, NCVO, London, 7-8 September 2011. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). Class diversity and youth volunteering in the UK : applying Bourdieu's habitus and cultural capital. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 45 (1), 95S-113S.
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). Desert Island Data : an experiment in researcher positionality and interpretivism. In: Societies in transition : progression or regression : conference programme and abstract book. British Sociological Association.
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). Drawing what homelessness looks like : using creative visual methods as a tool of critical pedagogy. Sociological research online, 20 (1).
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). How structural factors promote instrumental motivations within youth volunteering : a qualitative analysis of volunteer brokerage. Voluntary Sector Review, 5 (2), 231-247.
DEAN, Jonathan (2012). 'It's just part of what they do': Habitus, social class and youth volunteering policy. In: University of Kent Sociology Seminar Series. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2010). ‘I’ve never met them or spoken to them’: statutory and voluntary sector relationships - a case study approach to understanding youth volunteering. In: NCVO/VSSN Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference 2010, 6-7 September 2010. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2013). Manufacturing citizens : the dichotomy between policy and practice in youth volunteering in the UK. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 35 (1), 46-62.
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). Recruiting young volunteers in an area of selective education : a qualitative case study. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 1-19. (In Press)
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). “Submitting Love?”: a sensory sociology of Southbourne. Qualitative Inquiry. (In Press)
DEAN, Jonathan (2011). Volunteering and social class : a narrative approach. In: ARNOVA Conference 2011, Toronto, Canada, 17-19 November, 2011. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). Volunteering, the market, and neoliberalism. People, place and policy online, 9 (2), 139-148.
DEAN, Jonathan (2010). Youth volunteering policy : the rise of governmentality. In: Voluntary Action History Society Conference 2010, University of Kent at Canterbury, 14-16 July 2010. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). The images in our heads : fundraising literature and drawing what homelessness looks like. In: Changing society : conference programme and abstarct book. British Sociological Association.
DEAN, Jonathan (2013). A market to sell experience: how neoliberal volunteering policies trade on the pressures of being young. In: 42nd ARNOVA Conference : Recession, renewal, revolution? Nonprofit and coluntary action in an age of turbulence, Hertford, Connecticut, 21-23 November 2013. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2013). The representation and perception of need : the moral choices facing homelessness fundraisers. Homeless in Europe, 2012/3 (Winter), 21-22.
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). The role of the reflexive self in mailer's protests. Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 1 (2), 11-26.
DIMELOW, Nicola, WALKER, Ann and HEAVEY, Lisa (2013). Group work experiences. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 2 (1).
GLENDINNING, Caroline, MITCHELL, Wendy, BERESFORD, Bryony, MORAN, Nicola and BROOKS, Jennifer (2014). Taking on and taking over: physically disabled young adults and their care and support arrangements. [Video]
GLENDINNING, Caroline, MITCHELL, Wendy and BROOKS, Jennifer (2014). Ambiguity in practice? Carers' roles in personalised social care in England. Health and Social Care in the Community, 23 (1), 23-32.
GLENDINNING, Caroline, MITCHELL, Wendy and BROOKS, Jennifer (2013). Carers and personalisation. Working Paper. York, Social Policy Research Unit, University of York.
GRIDLEY, Kate, BROOKS, Jennifer, BIRKS, Yvonne, BAXTER, Kate and PARKER, Gillian (2015). Improving care for people with dementia: development and initial feasibility study for evaluation of Life Story Work in Dementia care. Project Report. NIHR/Social Policy Research Unit.
GRIDLEY, Kate, BROOKS, Jennifer and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2013). Good practice in social care for disabled adults and older people with severe and complex needs: evidence from a scoping review. Health & Social Care In The Community, 22 (3), 234-248.
GRIDLEY, Kate, BROOKS, Jennifer and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2014). Good practice in social care: the views of people with severe and complex needs and those who support them. Health and Social Care in the Community, 22 (6), 588-597.
GRIDLEY, Kate, BROOKS, Jennifer and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2012). Good support for people with complex needs: What does it look like and where is the evidence? Project Report. NIHR School for Social Care Research.
HIRST, Julia (2012). It's got to be about enjoying yourself: young people, sexual pleasure,and sex and relationships education. Sex Education: sexuality, society and learning, 13 (4), 423-436.
IBRAHIM, Joseph (2011). Political distinction in the British anti-capitalist movement. Sociology, 45 (2), 318-334.
LETCHER, Andy, BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert J (2009). Re-viewing the past: discourse and power in images of prehistory. In: ROBINSON, Mike and PICARD, David, (eds.) The Framed World: Tourism, Tourists and Photography. Ashgate, 169-184.
MADRIAGA, M. (2007). Enduring disablism: students with dyslexia and their pathways into UK higher education and beyond. Disability and Society, 22 (4), 399-412.
MADRIAGA, M. (2010). 'I avoid pubs and the student union like the plague': Students with Asperger Syndrome and their negotiation of university spaces. Children's geographies, 8 (1), 39-50.
MADRIAGA, M. (2009). Moving beyond the minimum: socially just pedagogies and Asperger's syndrome in UK higher education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-17.
MADRIAGA, M. (2005). Understanding the symbolic idea of the American dream and its relationship with the category of whiteness. Sociological research online, 10 (3).
MADRIAGA, M. (2010). Why US nationalism should never be considered postnationalist. National identities, 12 (1), 81-94.
MADRIAGA, M. (2005). The star-spangled banner, US military veterans and the category of whiteness. In: Flying the flag: critical perspectives on symbolism and identity, Cultural Complexity in the New Norway, University of Oslo, 24-25 November 2005.
MADRIAGA, M., GOODLEY, D., HODGE, N. and MARTIN, N. (2008). Enabling transition into higher education for students with asperger syndrome. Project Report. Higher Education Academy.
MADRIAGA, Manuel (2013). Output of radical collegiality? Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 2 (1).
MADRIAGA, Manuel (2007). The Star-Spangled Banner and "whiteness" in American national identities. In: ERIKSEN, Thomas Hylland and JENKINS, Richard, (eds.) Flag, nation and symbolism in Europe and America. Routledge, 53-67.
MADRIAGA, Manuel and GOODLEY, Dan (2010). Moving beyond the minimum : socially just pedagogies and Asperger's syndrome in UK higher education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 14 (2), 115-131.
MADRIAGA, Manuel, HANSON, Katie, HEATON, Caroline, KAY, Helen, NEWITT, Sarah and WALKER, Ann (2010). Confronting similar challenges? : disabled and non‐disabled students’ learning and assessment experiences. Studies in Higher Education, 35 (6), 647-658.
MADRIAGA, Manuel, HANSON, Katie, KAY, Helen and WALKER, Ann (2011). Marking-out normalcy and disability in higher education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 32 (6), 901-920.
MALLETT, Rebecca and MADRIAGA, Manuel (2010). Images of criminality, victimisation and disability. In: SHOHAM, S.G., KNEEPER, P. and KETT, M., (eds.) International handbook of victimology. Boca Raton, Fla. ; London, CRC, 585-610.
MALLETT, Rebecca and MADRIAGA, Manuel (2009). Negotiating 'normal': how notions of US national identity are (re)constructed in The West Wing. In: Society for Disability Studies Conference, Tucson, Arizona, 17-20 June 2009. (Unpublished)
MCCAIG, Colin, STEVENS, Anna and BOWERS-BROWN, Tamsin (2006). Does Aimhigher work? evidence from the national evaluation. In: Higher Education Research Network, Sheffield, 2006. 1-16. (Submitted)
MITCHELL, Wendy, BERESFORD, Bryony, GLENDINNING, Caroline, BROOKS, Jennifer and MORAN, Nicola (2016). Taking on choice and control in personal care and support : the experiences of physically disabled young adults. Journal of Social Work.
MITCHELL, Wendy, BROOKS, Jennifer, BERESFORD, Bryony, MORAN, Nicola and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2015). Taking on and taking over : choice and control for physically disabled young adults. Project Report. NIHR School for Social Care Research.
MITCHELL, Wendy, BROOKS, Jennifer and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2013). Carers and personalisation. Project Report. School for Social Care Research, National Institute for Health Research.
MITCHELL, Wendy, BROOKS, Jennifer and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2014). Carers' roles in personal budgets: tensions and dilemmas in front line practice. British Journal of Social Work, 45 (5), 1433-1450.
MITCHELL, Wendy, BROOKS, Jennifer and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2014). Personalisation : where do carers fit? In: NEEDHAM, Catherine and GLASBY, Jon, (eds.) Debates in Personalisation. Bristol, Policy Press, 65-74.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2015). Conflict transformation and truth-seeking : the impact of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission on the National Party. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 21 (3), 335-356.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2008). The Freedom Front Plus: an analysis of Afrikaner politics and ethnic identity in the new South Africa. Contemporary Politics, 14 (4), 463-478.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2015). The Government of National Unity and the demise of the National Party in post-settlement South Africa. Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies, 42 (2), 235-254.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2011). Political opposition and the challenges of a dominant party system: the democratic alliance in South Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 29 (3), 281-298.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2009). Post-agreement societies and inter-ethnic competition: a comparative study of the Protestant community of Londonderry and the white population of Pretoria. National Identities, 11 (4), 397-415.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2008). Territoriality, alienation, and loyalist decommissioning: the case of the Shankill in Protestant West Belfast. Terrorism and Political Violence, 20 (1), 66-86.
TONGE, Jon, EVANS, Jocelyn, JEFFERY, Robert and MCAULEY, James W. (2010). New order: political change and the Protestant Orange tradition in Northern Ireland. The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, 13 (3), 400-419.
TONGE, Jon, MYCOCK, Andrew and JEFFERY, Robert (2012). Does citizenship education make young people better-engaged citizens? Political Studies, 60 (3), 578-602.
WALLIS, R. J. and BLAIN, J. (2003). Sites, sacredness, and stories: Interactions of archaeology and contemporary Paganism. Folklore, 114 (3), 307-321.
WALLIS, Robert and BLAIN, Jenny (2007). The Sanctity of Burial: Pagan Views, Ancient and Modern. In: Respect for Ancient British Human Remains: Philosophy and Practice’, Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, 17 Nov 2006. (Submitted)
WALLIS, Robert J and BLAIN, Jenny (2011). From respect to reburial: negotiating pagan interest in prehistoric human remains in Britain, through the Avebury consultation. Public Archaeology, 10 (1), 23-45.
WALLIS, Robert J. and BLAIN, Jenny (2009). ‘Sacred’ Sites, Artefacts and Museum Collections: Pagan Engagements with Archaeology in Britain. In: LEWIS, James and PIZZA, Murph, (eds.) Handbook of Contemporary Paganisms. Leiden, Brill, 591-610.