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Young carers in England: Findings from the 2018 BBC survey on the prevalence and nature of caring among young people (2019)
Journal Article
Joseph, S., Kendall, C., Toher, D., Sempik, J., Holland, J., & Becker, S. (2019). Young carers in England: Findings from the 2018 BBC survey on the prevalence and nature of caring among young people. Child: Care, Health and Development, doi:10.1111/cch.12674

Background. Many young people are involved in caring for parents, siblings, or other relatives who have an illness or disability. The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of caring by young people in England. Method. A national survey of... Read More

Identifying and developing therapeutic principles for trauma focused work in person-centred and emotion focused therapies (2019)
Journal Article
Murphy, D., Elliott, R., & Carrick, L. (in press). Identifying and developing therapeutic principles for trauma focused work in person-centred and emotion focused therapies . Counselling and Psychotherapy Research,

The aim of this research was to identify facilitative therapeutic principles in person-centred and emotion-focused therapy for working with traumatised clients in the early stages of therapy. Four cases were selected from the Strathclyde Experiential... Read More

The message or the bottle? Community, associationism and adult learning as “part of the process of social change” (2018)
Book Chapter
Clancy, S. (2018). The message or the bottle? Community, associationism and adult learning as “part of the process of social change”. In E. Boeren, & . N. James (Eds.), Being an adult learner in austere times : exploring the contexts of higher and community education, 47-70. Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-97208-4_3

Raymond Williams argued that the “the impulse to adult education” was never solely focused on “remedying deficit, making up for inadequate educational resources in the wider society” (Williams, 1983, in McIlroy and Westwood (Eds), 1993, p. 257). Nor... Read More

Creative practice with clay: a mutual route to recovery? (2018)
Journal Article
Argyle, E., & Winship, G. (2018). Creative practice with clay: a mutual route to recovery?. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 9(3), doi:10.1386/jaah.9.3.385_1

This article summarises the findings of a project called ‘Clay Transformations’ and was part of the Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery Programme funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Using a mixed methods approach, the project aimed t... Read More

Relearning liberation: critical methodologies for the general crisis (2018)
Journal Article
Amsler, S., & Weiss-Hanrahan, N. (2018). Relearning liberation: critical methodologies for the general crisis. Berlin Journal of Critical Theory, 2(4), 55-73

How can critical theory help us to articulate the nature of social suffering in twenty-first century capitalism, and to expand our horizons of possibility for liberation and alternative futures at a moment of apparent impasse? In this essay, we explo... Read More

Measuring privatisation in education: methodological challenges and possibilities (2018)
Journal Article
Winchip, E., Stevenson, H., & Milner, A. (2018). Measuring privatisation in education: methodological challenges and possibilities. Educational Review, doi:10.1080/00131911.2019.1524197

As the Global Education Reform Movement (GERM) spreads, key questions which attempt to identify both the nature and the increasing scope and scale of this phenomenon become empirically significant. The concern of this article is to highlight some of... Read More

The multidimensional peer victimization scale: a systematic review (2018)
Journal Article
Joseph, S., & Stockton, H. (2018). The multidimensional peer victimization scale: a systematic review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 42, (96-114). doi:10.1016/j.avb.2018.07.009. ISSN 1359-1789

Developing bullying interventions and testing their success depends on the valid and reliable measurement of peer victimization. The objective of this study was to examine the psychometric properties of the Multidimensional Peer Victimization Scale (... Read More

“Life-changing things happen”: The role of residential education in the transformation of adults’ learning and lives (2018)
Journal Article
Clancy, S. L., & Holford, J. (2018). “Life-changing things happen”: The role of residential education in the transformation of adults’ learning and lives. Education and Training, 60(6), (620-636). doi:10.1108/et-03-2018-0069. ISSN 0040-0912

Purpose: This paper aims to examine the implications for adults of learning in a residential context and whether the residential aspect intensifies the learning process, and can lead to enhanced personal transformation, moving beyond professional ski... Read More

Caring and resources in older age (2003)
Thesis
Argyle, E. Caring and resources in older age. (Thesis). University of Sheffield. Retrieved from https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/1163340

Due to the high incidence of ill health and disability amongst their contemporaries, older people are likely to be involved in informal caring relationships. Due to the limited nature of post-retirement incomes, such carers are also likely to be rela... Read More