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Open Access research that is addressing youth & criminal justice...

Advancing our understanding of crime and criminal justice, including youth justice, is a key area of research enquiry by researchers based at the Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice (SCCJR) and the Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ), within the School of Social Work & Social Policy.

SCCJR seeks to advance this understanding through theoretical, empirical and applied research, working with communities and policy makers, while simulatneously fostering a national criminological research capacity. Specialisms include the role of violence, drugs and alcohol in crime and the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, CYCJ remains dedicated to supporting improvements in youth justice, contributing to better lives for individuals, families and communities. Research here focuses on improving youth justice practice, policy and research.

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Number of items: 11.

2016

Jones, Christine and Stalker, Kirsten and Franklin, Anita and Fry, Deborah and Cameron, Audrey and Taylor, Julie (2016) Enablers of help-seeking for deaf children and children with disabilities following abuse and barriers to protection : a qualitative study. Child and Family Social Work. ISSN 1365-2206

Jones, Christine and Stalker, Kirsten and Franklin, Anita and Fry, Deborah and Cameron, Audrey and Taylor, Julie (2016) Enablers of help-seeking for deaf and disabled children following abuse and barriers to protection : a qualitative study. Child and Family Social Work. ISSN 1365-2206 (In Press)

Jones, Christine (2016) Openness in adoption : challenging the narrative of historical progress. Child and Family Social Work, 21 (1). pp. 85-93. ISSN 1365-2206

2015

Hill, Louise and Baker, Claire and Kelly, Bernadette and Dowling, Sandra (2015) Being counted? Examining the prevalence of looked-after disabled children and young people across the UK. Child and Family Social Work. ISSN 1365-2206

Stalker, Kirsten (2015) Parenting a Child with or at Risk of Genetic Disorders by Peter D Turnpenny, Dorothy Marsh and Sarah Lucas. British Association for Adoption and Fostering London 2014 107pp £7.95 ISBN 9781910039052. [Review]

2013

Kendrick, Andrew (2013) Relations, relationships and relatedness : residential child care and the family metaphor. Child and Family Social Work, 18 (1). 77–86. ISSN 1365-2206

2011

Sen, Robin and Broadhurst, Karen (2011) Contact between children in out-of-home placements and their family and friends networks : a research review. Child and Family Social Work, 16 (3). pp. 298-309. ISSN 1365-2206

2008

Sen, Robin and Kendrick, Andrew and Milligan, Ian and Hawthorn, Moyra (2008) Lessons learnt? Abuse in residential child care in Scotland. Child and Family Social Work, 13 (4). pp. 411-422. ISSN 1365-2206

2004

Stevens, I. (2004) Cognitive-behavioural interventions for adolescents in residential child care in Scotland : an examination of practice and lessons from research. Child and Family Social Work, 9 (3). pp. 237-246. ISSN 1365-2206

2002

Hill, M. and Dillane, J. and Bannister, J. and Scott, S. (2002) Everybody needs good neighbours: an evaluation of an intensive project for families facing eviction. Child and Family Social Work, 7 (2). pp. 79-90. ISSN 1365-2206

2001

Armstrong, Clare and Hill, Malcolm (2001) Support services for vulnerable families with young children. Child and Family Social Work, 6 (4). pp. 351-358. ISSN 1365-2206

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