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Books and reports
Refereed journals & book chapters
Summaries, briefing papers and other publications
Conference proceedings
Conference presentations on PRB work
General media
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Publications and dissemination

1998 - 2007
(staff names in bold, reverse date order)


Books and Reports

Utting, D, Monteiro, H and Ghate, D (2007) Interventions for children at risk of developing antisocial personality disorder. London: Policy Research Bureau. (Available on the web here)

Asmussen K, Corlyon J, Hauari H and La Placa V (2007) Supporting Parents of Teenagers. London: Department for Education and Skills.

Research Briefing (available on the PRB web site)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES), reference RB830.

Main Report (available on the PRB web site)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES), reference RR830.

Solanki A-R, Bateman T, Boswell G and Hill E (2006) Antisocial Behaviour Orders for Young People. London: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. (Available on the web here).

Hagell, A and Jeyarajah-Dent, R (eds.) (2006) Children Who Commit Acts of Serious Interpersonal Violence: Messages for Best Practice. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
(For orders click here:
http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/book.php/isbn/9781843103844
).

Dinos S, Yang T and Solanki A-R with Hauari H (2006) The National Evaluation of On Track Phase Two: Tracking Services and Users: On Track in Practice. London: Department for Education and Skills.

Research Briefing (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RB769.

Main Report (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RR769.


Finch S, Aye Maung N, Jones A, Tipping S and Blom A, with Ghate D (2006) The National Evaluation of On Track Phase Two: Report of the First Wave of the Longitudinal Cohort Study. Technical and Methods Report. London: Department for Education and Skills.

Main Report (Available on the web here)


Finch S, Aye Maung N, Jones A, Tipping S and Blom A, with Ghate D (2006) The National Evaluation of On Track Phase Two: Report of the First Wave of the Longitudinal Cohort Study. London: Department for Education and Skills.

Research Briefing (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RBX01-06.

Main Report (Available on the web here)


Graham J, Corlyon J, Bhabra S, Woodfield K and Ghate D (2006) The National Evaluation of On Track Phase Two: Qualitative Study of Service Providers' Perspectives. London: Department for Education and Skills.

Research Briefing (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RB754.

Main Report (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy form from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RR754.


Bhabra S, Dinos S and Ghate D (2006) Young People, Risk, and Protection: A Major Survey of Primary Schools in On Track Areas. London: Department for Education and Skills.

Research Briefing (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RB713.


Main Report (Available on the web here)

Appendices (Available on the web here)


Bhabra S, Dinos S and Ghate D (2006) Young People, Risk, and Protection: A Major Survey of Secondary Schools in On Track Areas. London: Department for Education and Skills.

Research Briefing (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RB728.


Main Report (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES).
Please see here, reference: RR728.

Appendices (Available on the web here)
This output is also available to download and in hard copy from the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Please see here, reference: RR728A.

Corlyon, J and La Placa, V (2006). Holidays for Families in Need: Policies and Practice in the UK. London: Family Holiday Association (FHA).
(Available on the web here)

Ghate, D., Dinos, S., Katz, I., Katz, D., and Coombes, M. (2005) Further Development of the Poor Parenting Environments Index: Feasibility Study London: Policy Research Bureau
( Available on the web here)

Hoskin C, Lindfield S, Solanki A-R and Hill E (2005) Involving Young People in Parenting Programmes Project Report. Brighton: Trust for the Study of Adolescence.
(Available on the web here)


Bhabra S, Hill E and Ghate D (2004) Safer School Partnerships: National Evaluation of the Safer School Partnerships Programme. London: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales/DfES. (Available on the web at:
Research Report: Click here)

Research Appendices:

Moran P, Ghate D and van der Merwe A (2004) What Works in Parenting Support? A Review of the International Evidence. Research Report 574, London: Department for Education and Skills. (Available on the web at:

Research Report: www.dfes.gov.uk/research/data/uploadfiles/RR574.pdf

Research Summary: www.dfes.gov.uk/research/data/uploadfiles/RB574.pdf.


Bhabra S and Ghate D (2004) Parent Information Point: Evaluation of the Pilot Phase. London: National Family and Parenting Institute.
(To order a copy click here: www.nfpi.org/data/publications/index.htm#pubs
).

Policy Research Bureau and Trust for the Study of Adolescence (2002) Parenting: Key elements of effective practice. Edition 1. London: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. (Available on the web at: http://www.yjb.gov.uk/Publications/Resources/Downloads/Parenting.pdf).


Ghate D and Ramella M (2002) Positive parenting: The national evaluation of the Youth Justice Board's Parenting Programme. London: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. (Available on the web as a Research Report at:
http://www.yjb.gov.uk/Publications/Scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=21&eP=

Available as a Research Summary at:
http://www.yjb.gov.uk/Publications/Scripts/prodView.asp?idProduct=20&eP=
)

Hazel N, Hagell A, Liddle M, Archer D, Grimshaw R and King J (2002) Assessment of the Detention and Training Order and its impact on the secure estate across England and Wales. London: Youth Justice Board for England and Wales.
(The full report is available on the web at:
http://www.yjb.gov.uk/Publications/Downloads/DTOReport.pdf)

Hazel N, Hagell A and Brazier, L (2002) Young Offenders' Perceptions of their Experiences in the Criminal Justice System. Summary and Full Report of Research Activities and Results. London: ESRC. Available on the web at:

Research Report: http://tinyurl.com/2d6rez

Research Summary: http://tinyurl.com/ayeot

Hagell A (2002) The mental health of young offenders. Bright Futures: Working with vulnerable young people. London: Mental Health Foundation.
(The full report is available on the web at:

http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/?q=0,young%20offender,&EntryId=45424).

Ghate D and Hazel N (2002) Parenting in poor environments: Stress, support and coping. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
(For orders click here: http://www.jkp.com/catalogue/book.php?isbn=1-84310-069-X).

Brazier L and Ghate D (2002) The Evaluation of four Early Intervention Substance Misuse Projects Part 2: Baseline and Intervention Data. Final Report to Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham Health Authority. London: Policy Research Bureau. (Available on the web here).

Moran P (2001) The Evaluation of four Early Intervention Substance Misuse Projects Part 1: The Process Evaluation London: Policy Research Bureau Final Report to Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham Health Authority. London: Policy Research Bureau. (Available on the web here).


Moran P and Hagell A (2001) Intervening to prevent antisocial personality disorder: A scoping review. Research Study 225, London: Home Office.
(The full report is available on the web at: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs/hors225.pdf).

Hagell A, Hazel N and Shaw C (2000) Evaluation of Medway Secure Training Centre. London: Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

(The full report is available on the web at: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs/occ-medway.pdf.
For copies please call the Research, Development and Statistics Directorate on 020 7273 208).

Ghate D, Shaw C and Hazel N (2000) Engaging fathers in preventive services: fathers and family centres. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation and York YPS.
(A copy of the Findings 'How family centres are working with fathers' is available on the web at:
http://www.jrf.org.uk/knowledge/findings/socialpolicy/330.asp).


Ghate D, Shaw C and Hazel N (2000) Fathers at the Centre: family centres, fathers and working with men. London: Policy Research Bureau. (Available on the web here).

Hagell A (1999) Scoping review of the health and care of mentally disordered offenders. York: NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination.
(A copy of the Executive Summary is available on the web at:
http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/crd/report16.htm).

Hagell A (1998) Dangerous Care: Reviewing the risks to children from their carers. London: Policy Studies Institute.

(To order a copy telephone 0171 468 0468 or click here: http://www.psi.org.uk/publications/schs/dngrscc.htm). ISBN Number 0 85374 745 8. The cost is £14.95.

Rutter M, Giller H and Hagell A (1998) Antisocial behavior by young people. New York: Cambridge University Press.
(To order a copy click here:
http://www.cambridge.org/uk/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521646081).

Shaw C (1998) Remember my messages. London: The Who Cares? Trust.
(For orders click here: http://www.thewhocarestrust.org.uk/publications.htm).

Hallett C and Hazel N (1998) The children's hearings system in context: A review of international trends in juvenile justice and care and protection systems. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office / Scottish Office.

Refereed journals and book chapters

Sutton C, Utting D and Farrington D (2006) Nipping Criminality in the Bud. The Psychologist,19, 8, 470-475.

Moran P and Ghate D (2005) The effectiveness of parenting support. Children and Society,19, 4, 329-336.

Hazel N (2005) Holidays for children and families in need: an exploration of the research and policy context for social tourism in the UK. Children and Society, 19, 3, 225-236.

Hagell A and Spencer L (2004) An evaluation of an innovative audio tape method of keeping social care staff up-to-date with the latest research findings. Child and Family Social Work, 9, 2, 187-196.

Creighton S, Ghate D, Hazel N, Field J and Finch S (2003) Putting the Conflict Tactics Scale in context in violence from parent to child. In RM Lee and E Stanko (Eds) Researching Violence: Essays on Methodology and Measurement. London: Routledge.

Ghate D, Hazel N, Creighton S, Field J and Finch S (2003) Violence against children: Thresholds of acceptance for physical punishment in a normative study of parents, children and discipline. In Stanko E (Ed) The Meanings of Violence. London: Routledge.


Moran P (2002) Childhood adversity, parental vulnerability and disorder: Examining inter-generational transmission of risk. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 43, 1075-1086.

Moran P, Bifulco A, Ball C and Campbell C (2001) Predicting onset of depression: The Vulnerability to Depression Questionnaire. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 40, 4, 411-414.

Hagell A and Hazel N (2001) Macro and micro patterns in the development of secure custodial institutions for serious and persistent young offenders in England and Wales. Youth Justice, 1, 1, 3-16.

Hagell A and Waterman A (2001) Editorial: Adolescence - managing the growth spurt. Journal of Adolescence, 24, p 141-142.


Ghate D (2001) Community-based evaluations in the UK: Scientific concerns and practical constraints. Children and Society 15, 23-32.

Bifulco A, Bernazzani, Moran P, and Ball C (2000) Lifetime stressors and recurrent depression: preliminary findings of the Adult Life Phase Interview (ALPHI). Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 35, 264-275.

Ghate D (2000) Family violence and violence against children. Children and Society 14, 395-403.

Hagell A and Jeyarajah Dent R (1999) Children in danger of violence from their carers: Lessons from the literature and practice. In J Pritchard and H Kemshall (Eds) Good Practice with Violence London: Jessica Kingsley.

Hagell A (1998) The development of BridgeALERT. In R Jeyarajah Dent (Ed.) Dangerous Care: Working to protect children Bridge Child Care Development Service: London.

Summaries, briefing papers and other publications

Corlyon, J and La Placa, V. (2006) Briefing Paper for Policy Makers and Service Providers: Holidays for Families in Need-Policies and Practice in the UK. Policy Research Bureau and Family Holiday Association.
(Available on the web: http://www.fhaonline.org.uk/docs/Prog06PRBbriefingpaper.pdf).

Ghate D and La Placa V (2004) Perfection for Parents. Community Care, 28 October - 3 November, p 42-43.

Moran P, Ghate D and van der Merwe A (2004) What Works in Parenting Support? A Review of the International Evidence. Research Brief No. RB574, London: Department for Education and Skills.
(Available on the web: www.dfes.gov.uk/research/data/uploadfiles/RB574.pdf).

Ghate D and Hazel N (2004) Parenting in poor environments: Stress, support and coping. A Summary of Key Messages for Policy and Practice from a Major National Study. London: Policy Research Bureau.
(Available on the web here).

Hazel, N (2003) Briefing Paper for Policy Makers and Service Providers: Holidays for Families in Need: The Research and Policy Context. London: Policy Research Bureau. (Available on the web here).

Hagell A (2003) Developing a Sense of Right and Wrong. Criminal Justice Matters, 52, Summer, p 26-27.

Ghate D, Brazier L and Moran P (2003) Briefing Paper for Policy Makers, Service Planners and Practitioners: Four Early Intervention Substance Misuse Projects in South London. London: Policy Research Bureau. (Available on the web here).

Ghate D, Brazier L and Moran P (2003) Implementation and outcomes in four Early Intervention Substance Misuse Projects in South London - an evaluation: Summary of key findings and messages for policy, planning and practice. London: Policy Research Bureau.
(Available on the web here).

Ghate D, Hazel N, Creighton S, Finch S, and Field J (2003) The National Study of Parents, Children and Discipline in Britain: Summary of Key Findings. London: Policy Research Bureau.
(Available on the web here).

Hagell A (2003) Understanding and Challenging Youth Offending. Quality Protects Research Briefing. Joint publication between Department of Health, Research in Practice, and Making Research Count.
(Available on the Research in Practice website at:
http://www.rip.org.uk/publications/documents/QPB/brief8.pd).

Hagell A and Brazier L (2002) Evaluation of Ashby Road Therapy Service (ARTService). (Unpublished Executive Summary presented to ARTService, SLAM and Lewisham Social Service Department). Click here for the Summary ../research%20projects/P113%20freestanding%20exec%20summary%20final%20(Feb%2003).pdf.

Hagell A and Hazel N (2002) Does Persistence Pay?
Zero2nineteen, 9 September, 22-24.


Hazel N (2002) The rise and fall of custodial institutions for young people. Criminal Justice Matters, 46, Winter 2001/02.

Ghate D, Hazel N, Creighton S and Finch, S (2002) A National Study of Parents, Children and Discipline (summary of selected key findings available on the web at:
www1.rhbnc.ac.uk/sociopolitical-science/vrp/projects/proj005.htm).

Bhabra S, Ghate D, and Brazier, L (2002) Raising the educational attainment of children in care. Consultation Analysis for the Social Exclusion Unit. London: SEU, Cabinet Office.
(Available here:P143%20SEU%20Consultation%20analysis%20-%20final%20report.pdf
).

Shaw C (2001) Drugs Scene: An evaluation of a drugs prevention project in South London. Drugs Prevention Advisory Service Briefing Paper 7, London: Home Office.
(Available on the web here)

Hagell A (2000) Does Medway Secure Training Centre Work? Criminal Justice Matters, 42, p 39-40.

Hagell A (2000) Why did Medway fail? Prison Report, 53 p 20.


Hazel N and Hagell A (2000) Securing a positive future. Community Care, 30 Nov, p 20-21.

Shaw C and Hagell A (2000) Assessing Medway: working with the first trainees at Medway Secure Training Centre. Young Minds Magazine 49, p 20-22.

Hagell A (2000) Secure training centres: history and current position. Criminal Justice Matters, 41, p 30-31.

Ghate D, Shaw C and Hazel N (2000) Findings No. 330: How family centres are working with men York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
(available on the web at:

http://www.jrf.org.uk/knowledge/findings/socialpolicy/pdf/330.pdf)

Ghate D, Shaw C and Hazel N (2000) Fathers at the Centre: Family centres, fathers and working with men.


Hazel N, Ghate D and Shaw C (2000) Briefing paper for policy makers and service providers: Fathers and family support services. London: Policy Research Bureau.

Hagell A (1999) Antisocial behaviour and adolescent mental health. Young Minds Magazine, 40 May/June p 12-13.

Hagell A, Rutter M and Giller H (1998) Antisocial behaviour by young people: Summary of messages from research for the youth justice field. London: Policy Research Bureau.

Hagell A, Rutter M and Giller H (1998) Antisocial behaviour by young people: Summary of messages from research for the adolescent mental health field. London: Policy Research Bureau.

Hagell A, Rutter M and Giller H (1998) Antisocial behaviour by young people: Summary of messages from research for the social welfare justice field. London: Policy Research Bureau.

Hagell A, Rutter M and Giller H (1998) Antisocial behaviour by young people: Key issues in designing and undertaking evaluations of interventions. London: Policy Research Bureau.

Rutter M, Giller H and Hagell A (1998) Antisocial behaviour by young people: The main messages from a major new review of the research. (To order a copy telephone SIS Ltd on 01606 333 2222. ISBN Number 0 9534231 0 7.The cost is £3.50.



Conference proceedings

Fathers at the Centre: Family centres, fathers and working with men: Conference Report. (2 March 2000) London: Policy Research Bureau

A Sample of Conference presentations on PRB work: (2002-2006)



Ghate, D (2006) Special Ethical Issues in Research with Children and Young People. Presentation to Government Social Researchers' Ethics Course, Treasury, London , 28 April.

Parsons, C (2006) Multi-coloured Layers of Inclusion - a Way Ahead Presentation to Inclusion Conference, Surrey Local Education Authority, 7 March.

Ghate, D (2006) The Importance of Quality in Parenting Services: Messages from Research Presentation to Camden Parenting Strategy Group Supporting Parents and Carers Practitioners Forum, Coram Fields, London, 23 February.

Parsons, C (2005) Race Equality and School Exclusions Presentation to British Educational Research Association Conference, Pontypridd, 15/16 September.

Ghate, D (2005) Supporting Parents in Poor Environments Presentation to NCH Wales Conference on Preventing Family Breakdown, Llandrindod Wells, 14 September.

Parsons, C (2005) Structuring Multi-Agency Work to Address the Needs of Disaffected Young People: Theory and Planning in a Locally Focussed International Project to ECER Conference, Dublin, 7 September.

Corlyon, J (2005) What Works in Parenting Support? A Review of the International Evidence Presentation to Research in Practice's Early Childhood Interventions: Making a Difference Seminar, Bristol, 14 July.

Bhabra, S (2005) 'Interviews with Children', part of an Expert Panel presenting 'Innovative Approaches to Researching 'Vulnerable' and 'Hard to Reach' Groups at the Social Research Association's Annual Summer Conference, London, 5 July.

Parsons, S (2005) Welfare Ideologies, Deservingness and Approaches to Exclusions and Dropout from School Presentation to Seminar at the University of Frankfurt, Germany, 22 June.

Parsons, S (2005) Black Boys' Underachivement and Exclusion - Scale of the Challenge to Policy and Practice Presentation to Commission for Racial Equality's Black Boys in Education Invited Seminar, London, 1 June.

Parsons, S (2005) Bang the Cymbal of Human Rights and the Drum of Social Justice and You Still Won't Get Social Inclusion in Education Presentation for the School of Education Graduate Programme, University of Sussex, 23 May.

Ghate, D (2005) What Works in Parenting Supporting Presentation to Institute for the Study of Children, Families and Social Issues, University of York, 5 April.

Bhabra, S (2005) Central Monitoring & Evaluation of the Safer Schools Partnership Programme Presentation to Bad Behaviour in Schools Conference, Barbican Centre, 22 February.

Ghate, D (2005) Parenting in Poor Enviornments Presentation to Social Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of York, 8 February.

Corlyon, J and La Placa, V (2005) Social Tourism: Policy and Practice in the UK Presentation to to the FHA Family Policy and Programme Forum, London, 8 February.

Katz, I (2004) Risk and parents with Mental Health Problems - international comparison Presentation to Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), London, 9 July.

Bhabra, S and Ghate D (2004) Parent Information Point (PIP) Evaluation of the Pilot Phase Presentation to the National Family and Parenting Institute/Department for Education and Skills Seminar, Portcullis House, London, 11 May.

Ghate D (2004) Parenting in poor environments: stress, support and coping. Some key findings Presentation to the Department of Health and Department for Education and Skills seminar, RIBA, London, 10 May.

Ghate D (2004) Workshop on research with children and young people: Choosing an appropriate methodology Presentation at the Royal Statistical Society, London, 12 to 13 February.

Hagell A (2003) Working at the interface: Forensic policy, youth offending and mental health issues Presentation at the NEXUS Conference, Transforming Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service: A Whole Systems Approach, Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London, 7 April.

Hagell A (2003) Youth offending Presentation to the Mental Health Foundation conference Bright Futures: Protecting Vulnerable Young People's Mental Health, ORT House Conference Centre, London, 11 March.


Hazel N (2002) Young Offenders' experiences in the criminal justice system Seminar to the Nacro/LAYJ Conference, The Charity Centre, London, 16 December.


Ghate D (2002) Findings from the national evaluation of the YJB's Parenting Programme Presentation to the NFPI/YJB seminar on Parenting Orders: Current Concerns, Future Directions, Royal Commonwealth Institute London, 23 October.

Hazel N (2002) Young Offenders' confusion in court proceedings in England and Wales: Findings from a new study Presentation at 'Young Defendants Pack' Seminar, Home Office, London, 30 September.


Hagell A (2002). Patterns of aggression, violence and offending by young people: An overview Plenary presentation to the Association for Professionals in Services to Adolescents conference Scared of Me', London, 26-27 September.

Hazel N (2002) Young Offenders' perceptions of their experiences in the criminal justice system in England and Wales Paper to the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Conference, Friends Meeting House, London, 24 September.

Hazel N (2002) Young Offenders' perceptions of their journey through the criminal justice system Seminar to the National Association of Youth Justice Conference, Harper Adams College, Telford, 18 September.

Hagell A (2002) Reviewing the evidence on locking up children: Issues, experiences and outcomes Plenary presentation to the Michael Sieff Foundation conference on Young People in Prison. Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, 4-6 September.

Hagell A (2002) Evaluation of Ashby Road Therapy ServicePresentation to Department of Health conference on CAMHS initiatives. Kensington, London 28 May.

Ghate D (2002) Managing conflict with young adolescents Paper to the Parent-Child 2002 Conference, Business Design Centre, London, 18 April 2002.

Hagell A (2002) Persistent Young Offenders: The research-policy interface Paper to the Society for Research in Adolescence Biennial Conference, New Orleans 11-14 April.

Hazel N (2002) Custody-community disposals: looking back and forwards Paper presented to the Nacro conference on "Youth Justice in the Community", Britannia Street Conference Centre, London, 13 February.

General media
Broadcast media appearances by PRB staff have included: Television: London Weekend Television, BBC Wales Television International & National Radio: Radio 5 Live (multiple), Voice of America, BBC R4 The World Tonight (multiple), BBC R4 Broadcasting House; BBC R4 You and Yours Regional radio: BBC Radio Sheffield, Oxygene 107.9, GLR Drivetime, (multiple), Reading 107FM; Radio Kent Breakfast Show; BBC Wales Goodmorning Wales (multiple)

Written media citations of PRB have included: International press: L'Active National press: The Guardian (multiple); The Times (multiple); Times Educational Supplement; The Independent (multiple); The Independent on Sunday; The Daily Mail; Scottish Daily Mail Local press: London Evening Standard; Western Mail; Yorkshire Post Magazines for professionals: Community Care (multiple); Nursery World; Young Minds Magazine; Family Policy (bulletin of the Family Policy Studies Centre); Criminal Justice Matters; Prison Report; Family Today; Family Focus; Zero2Nineteen; The Psychologist; Youth Justice Board News Magazines for general public: You Magazine; Sunday Herald; Best Magazine; Time Out Kids Magazines specifically for young people:, More Magazine; Bliss Magazine, Sugar Magazine; Other: Teletext (multiple); House of Commons Hansard Written Answers

Other

Production of a video for the Fathers conference (1999) including interviews with fathers who had taken part in the research. Published book reviews of our books (British Journal of Psychiatry; Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry; British Journal of Criminology; European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; Community Care; Times Higher Education Supplement; Sociology of Education;) Book reviews authored by us of others' books (Young Minds Magazine; British Journal of Criminology; Journal of Adolescence)