Biography

Georgia joined the Centre in November 2011, to begin an ESRC Post-Doctoral Fellowship, working with Professor Margaret O’Brien on a project entitled: ‘Utilising fathers’ narratives to inform interventions for supporting separated parents’. Her doctoral thesis was a qualitative sociological study entitled ‘Working At It’: context, relationality and moral reasoning in narratives of fathering beyond couplehood’. Georgia then worked on another ESRC funded project, looking at care planning for looked after children, and the role of the Independent Reviewing Officer. Most recently Georgia has worked as a senior researcher on a two year Nuffield funded project on men's experiences of the child protection system, involving a qualitative longitudinal study of 35 fathers and father figures.

All Publications

Philip, G., O'Brien, M.

(2017)

Are interventions supporting separated parents father inclusive? Insights and challenges from a review of programme implementation and impact,

in Child and Family Social Work

22

(2)

pp. 1114–1127

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Philip, G., Bell, L.

(2017)

Thinking critically about rapport and collusion in feminist research: Relationships, contexts and ethical practice,

in Women's Studies International Forum

61

pp. 71-74

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Beckett, C., Dickens, J., Schofield, G., Philip, G., Young, J.

(2016)

Independence and effectiveness: Messages from the role of Independent Reviewing Officers in England,

in Children and Youth Services Review

71

pp. 148–156

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Dickens, J., Schofield, G., Beckett, C., Young, J., Philip, G.

(2015)

Care Planning and the Role of the Independent Reviewing Officer: Research Report, October 2015,

Centre for Research on Children and Families, UEA

UEA Repository

(Book)

(Published)


Dickens, J., Schofield, G., Beckett, C., Philip, G., Young, J.

(2014)

Care planning and the role of the independent reviewing officer: research briefing,

Centre for Research on Children and Families, UEA

(Other report)

(Published)


Philip, G.

(2014)

Fathering after separation or divorce; navigating domestic, public and moral spaces,

in Families, Relationships and Societies

3

(2)

pp. 219-233

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Philip, G.

(2013)

Relationality and moral reasoning in accounts of fathering after separation or divorce; care, gender and working at 'fairness',

in Families, Relationships and Societies

2

(3)

pp. 409-424

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Philip, G.

(2013)

'Extending the Analytical Lens': A Consideration of the Concepts of 'Care' and 'Intimacy' in Relation to Fathering After Separation or Divorce,

in Sociological Research Online

18

(1)

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Philip, G.

(2012)

Working at post-divorce family life: The feminist ethic of care as a framework for exploring fathering after divorce or separation,

in Critical Approaches to Care: Understanding Caring Relations, Identities and Cultures.

Routledge

ISBN 978-0-415-61329-3

UEA Repository

(Chapter)

(Published)


Philip, G., Rogers, C., Weller, S.

(2012)

Understanding Care and Thinking with Care,

in Critical Approaches to Care: Undestanding Caring Relations, Identities and Cultures.

Routledge

ISBN 978-0-415-61329-3

UEA Repository

(Chapter)

(Published)


O'Brien, M., Philip, G.

(2012)

Supporting fathers after separation and divorce: Evidence and insights,

UEA Repository

(Working paper)

(Published)