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Security and Justice
Crawford, A. (2014) ‘Thinking About Sustainable Security: Metaphors, Paradoxes and Ironies’, in B. Oude Breuil, L. Merckx, M. Schuilenburg and R. van Steden (eds) Positive Criminology: Unexplored Thoughts on Security, The Hague: Eleven Publishing.
Crawford, A. (2014) ‘La diffusion du concept de sécurité: ses implications sur les politiques publiques, la justice et la durabilité des pratiques’, Les Cahiers de la Sécurité.
Barker, A. and Crawford, A., (2013) ‘Policing urban insecurities through visible patrols: Managing public expectations in times of fiscal restraint’, in R.K. Lippert and K. Walby (eds) Policing Cities: Urban Securitization and Regulation in a Twenty-First Century World, London: Routledge, pp. 11-28.
Crawford, A. (2013) The Police, policing and the future of the extended family. In J. Brown (Ed.) The future of policing: papers prepared for the Steven Independent Commission into the Future of Policing in England and Wales. London: Routledge.
Crawford, A., (2013) ‘Public Safety and Private Security: Are They Reconcilable?’ in A. Torre (ed.) Costituzioni e sicurezza dello Stato, Santacangelo di Romagna: Maggioli Editore, pp. 507-28.
Crawford, A. (2012) (eds.) Adam Crawford, Anthea Hucklesby Legitimacy and Compliance in Criminal Justice: Routledge
Crawford, A. (2011) (ed.) International and Comparative Criminal Justice and Urban Governance, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Crawford, A. and Traynor P. (2011) ‘La Prévention de la Délinquance chez les Anglais: From community-based strategies to early interventions with young people’, in Baillergeau, E. and Hebberecht, P. (eds) Social Crime Prevention in Late Modern Europe, Brussels: VUB Press.
Ralph JG (2013) America’s War on Terror. The State of the 9/11 Exception from Bush to Obama. Oxford University Press.
Ralph JG (2013) “The liberal state in international society. Interpreting recent British foreign policy”, International Relations. Online First September 2013. doi:10.1177/0047117813486822Pre-publication version available at White Rose repository7
Ralph JG (2013) “No longer special? Britain and the United States after Iraq”, International Politics. 50, 333–359. doi:10.1057/ip.2013.10
Ralph, J.G. (2012) Law, War and the State of the American Exception, Oxford University Press.
Ralph, J.G. (2011) ‘After Chilcot. The Doctrine of International Community and the UK Decision to Invade Iraq’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations.
Newman, E (2013) ‘R2P: Implications for World Order’, Global Responsibility to Protect, vol.5, no.3, 2013.
Newman, E (2013) ‘The violence of state building in historical perspective: implications for peace building’, Peacebuilding, vol.1, no.1, 2013.
Newman, E (2013) ‘New Forms of Security and the Challenge for Human Security’ in Mark Beeson and Nick Bisley (eds)., Issues in Twenty-first Century World Politics, 2nd Edition, Palgrave, 2013.
Newman, E (2014) Understanding Civil Wars: Continuity and Change in Intrastate Conflict. Routledge.
Stott, C, Scothern, M. & Gorringe, H. (2013) Advances in Liaison Based Public order policing: negotiating the management of protest. Policing: A Journal of Police Policy and Practice.
Stott, C & Gorringe, H. (2013) From Sir Robert Peel to PLTs: adapting to liaison based public order policing in England and Wales. In J. Brown (Ed.) The future of policing: papers prepared for the Steven Independent Commission into the Future of Policing in England and Wales. London: Routledge.
Drury, J., & Stott, C. (Eds.) (2013). Crowds in the 21st century: Perspectives from contemporary social science. London: Routledge.
Stott, C. (2014) Policing football ‘hooliganism’: crowds, context and identity. In M. Hopkins and J. Treadwell (eds) Football hooliganism, fan behaviour and crime. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Boyce M Browne JP and Greenhalgh J The experiences of professionals with using information from patient reported outcome measures to improve the quality of healthcare: a systematic review of qualitative research, BMJ Quality and Safety DOI 10.1136/bmjqs-2013-002524.
Subirana M, Long, AF, Greenhalgh J and Firth, J (2013) A realist logic model of the links between nursing staffing and the outcomes of nursing, Journal of Research in Nursing DOI: 10.1177/1744987113481782
Reeve BR, Wyrwich KW, Wu AW, Velikova G, Terwee CB, Snyder CF, Schwartz C, Revicki DA, Moinpour CM, McLeod LD, Lyons JC, Lenderking WR, Hinds PS, Hays RD, Greenhalgh J, Gershon R, Feeny D, Fayers PM, Cella, D, Brundage M, Ahmed S, Aaronson NK, Butt Z on behalf of the International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) ISOQOL Recommends Minimum Standards for Patient-Reported Outcome Measures Used in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, Quality of Life Research, in press. DOI 10.1007/s11136-012-0344-y
Greenhalgh, J (2014) Synthesising published research: a realist approach in Edwards, P., O’Mahoney, J and Vincent, S (eds) Explaining Management and Organisation Using Critical Realism: a Practical Guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Greenhalgh J, Abhyankar P, McCluskey S, Takeuchi E and Velikova G (2012) How do doctors refer to Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS) in oncology consultations? Quality of Life Research, DOI 10.1007/s11136-012-0218-3
Tyson S, Greenhalgh J, Long AF and Flynn R (2012) The influence of objective measurement tools on communication and clinical decision-making in neurological rehabilitation, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 18: 216-224.
Snyder CF, Aaronson NK, Chouchair AK, Elliot TE, Greenhalgh J, Halyard MY, Hess, R, Miller DM, Reeve BB and Santana (2012) Implementing patient reported outcomes assessment in clinical practice: a review of options and considerations, Quality of Life Research, 21 (8): 1305-1314.
Manzano-Santaella, A (2012) ‘Measuring and costing delayed discharges: conceptual and methodological challenges’ Clinical Medicine
Manzano-Santaella, A and Pawson, R (2012) ‘Evaluating the Process for Deceased Organ Donation: A Programme Theory Approach’ Journal of Healthcare Organization and Management Under peer-review
Pawson, R. and Manzano-Santaella, A (2012) A realist diagnostic workshop. Evaluation, 18(2): 176-191
Manzano-Santaella, A and Greenhalgh, J (2013) ‘Patient responsibilities in the NHS; nudges, social determinants of health, and the case of organ donation’ in Sanders, T and Harrison, M. Social policies, social control and behaviourism: consolidation and intensification under the UK Coalition government. Policy Press: Bristol.
Work Care and Global Transitions
Mas Giralt, R. (2013) ‘Negotiating Ethnic Recognition Systems in the UK: the soft pan-ethnice indetifications of Latin American migrants in the north of England’, Third World Quarterly, 34(10): 1911-1926.
Mas Giralt, R. (2011) “Columbian migrant families in the north of England: socio-cultural invisibility and young people’s identity strategies” in McIlwaine, Cathy (ed.). Latin American migration across borders: European perspectives from the UK and beyond. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bailey, A.J. and Mas Giralt, R. (2011) “Transnational theory and South American immigration across Europe” in McIlwaine, Cathy (ed.) Latin American migration across borders: European perspectives from the UK and beyond. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Javornik, J. 2014. “How to measure state de-familialism: Contesting post-socialist exceptionalism.” Journal of European Social policy, 24(3): 240-257.
Javornik, J. 2014. ‘L’adieu au modele de l’homme soutien de famille. Le present postsocialiste a la lumiere du passé socialiste, ‘Politiques sociales et familiales, Dossier Genre, famille et Etat en European central et orientale, 115: 11-24.
Gronlund, A and Javornik, J. 2014. ‘Great expectations, Dual-earner policies and the management of work-family conflict: the examples of Sweden and Slovenia, ‘Families, Relationships and Societies, 3 (1): 51-65.
Kröger, T. and Yeandle, S. (eds.) (2013) Combining Paid Work and Family Care: policies and experiences in international perspective, Bristol: Policy Press.
Yeandle, S., Kröger, T. and Cass, B. (2012) ‘Voice and Choice for Users and Carers? developments in patterns of care for older people in Australia, England and Finland’, Journal of European Social Policy, Vol. 22, No. 4, 432-445.
Yeandle, S. and Joynes, V. (2012) ‘Challenges in combining work and care: evidence from investigating women’s work in Leeds’, Local Economy, Vol. 27, No. 5, 816-830.
Kröger, T and Yeandle, S. (2013) ‘Reconciling work and care: an international analysis’, in Kröger, T. and Yeandle, S. (eds.) op. cit.
Yeandle, S. and Kröger, T. with Cass, B., Chou, Y.-C., Shimmei, M. & Szebehely, M. (2013) ‘The emergence of policy supporting working carers: developments in six countries’ in Kröger, T. and Yeandle, S. (eds.) op. cit.
Yeandle, S. and Cass, B. (2013) ‘Working carers of older people: steps towards securing adequate support in Australia and England?’ in Kröger, T. and Yeandle, S. (eds.) op. cit.
Yeandle, S. and valentine, k. (2013) ‘Reconciling work and care for parent-carers of disabled children in Australia and England: uncertain progress’ in Kröger, T. and Yeandle, S. (eds.) op. cit.
Yeandle, S. and Kröger, T. (2013) ‘Reconciling work and care for older parents, disabled children and partners: convergent or separate paths in three welfare systems?’ in Kröger, T. and Yeandle, S. (eds.) op. cit.
Buckner, L. and Yeandle, S. (2014 forthcoming) Valuing Carers: calculating the value of unpaid care, 3rd edition, Pamphlet London: Carers UK.
Cass, B, Hill, T., Thomspon, C., Wong, M, Fast, J., Keating, N., Buckner, L and Yeandle, S. (2014) The Challenge of Caring, Now and in the Future: learning from across the world, Discussion Paper, Leeds: University of Leeds.
Yeandle, S . and Kispeter, E. (2013) Work, Care, Welfare and Women Care-Connect Policy Brief, Leeds: University of Leeds.
Kispeter, E. and Yeandle, S . (2013) Work, Care, Welfare and Women Care-Connect Policy Alert No.1, Leeds: University of Leeds.
Yeandle, S. and colleagues (2013) International Conference on Carers and Work-Care Reconciliation, Conference Report, Leeds: University of Leeds
Yeandle, S.and Joynes, V. (2012) Exploring the impact of local welfare systems on femaile labour force participation and social cohesion in Leeds, Care-Connect FLOWS Policy Brief, Leeds: University of Leeds.
Buckner, L. and Yeandle, S. (2011) Valuing Carers: calculating the value of unpaid care, 2nd edition, Pamphlet London: Carers UK.