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Telling the untellable: researching emotionally sensitive and challenging topics
Using Social Media in Research
Walking Towards Better Health
Human woes – researching violence and pain in the archives
Education of Homeless Students: Improved Program Oversight Needed
Big Ideas: Sense and sensitivity
Inconvenient people and how to find them: Tales from the Victorian lunacy panics
What do we mean by prevention? Is it early intervention or universal prevention or both?
Long term follow up of children with problem behaviours
Social work, robots and a technological future
Hospital social work
Aboriginal mental health
Bodies, grief and social work
Welfare reform. Impact on third sector social and housing care providers in Scotland
The NHS and social care – close to the edge?
Supporting practitioners through the ethical research journey
‘…we may lie and die in a land of plenty…’: The Victorian poor in their own words
Status change: will the marriage of health and social care lead to better partnership working?
Ep 215: What Was Life Like in an Asylum?
‘Grapes Of Wrath’ Is 75, But Its Depictions Of Poverty Are Timeless
Electronic Health Records
The Impact of Trends in Marriage and Work Patterns on Retirement Security
Federal Agencies Can Better Support State Efforts to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse by School Personnel
Homeless Hub: Putting Food Insecurity on the Table
Undocumented Young Adults in the United States and the ‘Transition from Belonging to Illegality’
Black in the British Frame
Public Cooperation with the Household Expenditure Enquiry, 1953-1954
He is so silly he would rather have a half pence than a shilling: Discovering the history of learning disability
Low-Income Mothers and Distrust
Administrative Burden and Access to Government Programs
From deviance to diversity?
Behavioural Economics and Diet
They gave the crowd plenty fun: West Indian cricket and its relationship with the British-resident Caribbean Diaspora
Food for Thought. What it means in practice
Scandals in the family
The Ethics of the Cognitive Sciences: privacy and respect for persons
The Old New Politics of Class
Richard Titmuss: Forty years on
Metaphor and Crisis in Freud and Derrida
The war on illegal drugs: Is it working?
Children’s Health Insurance Coverage and Costs
Imprisoning the mentally disordered: a manifest injustice?
Power Shift? The Rise of the Rest and the Decline of the West: facts, myths and economists
Pilotlight: self-directed support for those with mental health problems
Prevalence and incidence rates of autism in the UK
A Necessary Disenchantment: myth, agency and injustice in the digital age
The Ethics of the Cognitive Sciences: children’s pathologies – how do we think about children’s mental health?
Food for Thought. The experience of partnership and co-production
Food for Thought. The Food and Care Study
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