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Items where department is "School of Social Work and Social Policy"

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Number of items at this level: 12.

Cogan, Nicola Ann and MacIntyre, Gillian and Stewart, Ailsa and Tofts, Abigail and Quinn, Neil and Johnston, Gordon and Hamill, Linda and Robinson, John and Igoe, Michael and Easton, Duncan and McFadden, Anne Marie and Rowe, Michael (2020) "The biggest barrier is to inclusion itself" : the experience of citizenship for adults with mental health problems. Journal of Mental Health. ISSN 1360-0567

Lucherini, Mark and Hill, Sarah and Smith, Katherine (2019) Potential for non-combustible nicotine products to reduce socioeconomic inequalities in smoking : a systematic review and synthesis of best available evidence. BMC Public Health, 19 (1). 1469. ISSN 1471-2458

Weishaar, Heide Beatrix and Ikegwuonu, Theresa and Smith, Katherine E. and Buckton, Christina H. and Hilton, Shona (2019) E-cigarettes: a disruptive technology? An analysis of health actors' positions on E-cigarette regulation in Scotland. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (17). 3103. ISSN 1661-7827

Harris, Bernard; Matthijs, Koen and Hin, Saskia and Kok, Jan and Matsuo, Hideko, eds. (2016) Health and historical demography. In: Upside and down and inside out. Acco, Leuven, pp. 67-69. ISBN 9789462927223

McPheat, Graham and MacIntyre, Gillian and Paul, Sally and Stewart, Ailsa (2016) Review of Social Work Education : To What Extent Should Social Work Education have a Stronger Focus on Community Development and Engagement? [Report]

Parkes, Alison and Waylen, Andrea and Sayal, Kapil and Heron, Jon and Henderson, Marion and Wight, Daniel and Macleod, John (2014) Which behavioral, emotional and school problems in middle-childhood predict early sexual behavior? Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 43 (4). pp. 507-527. ISSN 1573-6601

Harris, Bernard and Gorsky, Martin and Meera Guntupalli, Aravinda and Hinde, Andrew (2012) Long-term changes in sickness and health : further evidence from the Hampshire Friendly Society. Economic History Review, 65 (2). pp. 719-745. ISSN 0013-0117

Gorsky, Martin and Guntupalli, Aravinda and Harris, Bernard and Hinde, Andrew (2011) The ‘cultural inflation of morbidity’ during the English mortality decline : a new look. Social Science and Medicine, 73 (12). 1775–1783. ISSN 0277-9536

Harris, Bernard; Addis, Elisabetta and Degavre, Florence and Eriksen, John, eds. (2011) Gender and social citizenship in historical perspective : the development of welfare policy in England and Wales from the Poor Law to Beveridge. In: Gender and wellbeing. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 29-60. ISBN 9781409407058

Floud, Roderick and Fogel, Robert and Harris, Bernard and Hong, Sok Chul (2011) The Changing Body : Health, Nutrition and Human Development in the Western World Since 1700. New Approaches to Economic and Social History . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521705615

Harris, Bernard and Gorsky, Martin and Guntupalli, Aravinda and Hinde, Andrew (2011) Ageing, sickness and health in England and Wales during the mortality transition. Social History of Medicine, 24 (3). pp. 643-665. ISSN 0951-631X

Harris, Bernard (2008) Gender, health, and welfare in England and Wales since industrialisation. Research in Economic History, 26. pp. 157-204. ISSN 0363-3268

This list was generated on Sat Jun 19 11:45:34 2021 BST.