A selection of our recent publications A selection of our recent publications

Ainsworth, F. and Thoburn, J. (in Press) An exploration of the differential use of residential child care across national boundaries, International Journal of Social Welfare 
Bailey, S. and Sellick, C. (2012) A needs analysis of Looked After Children and those on the edge of care or custody, and their families, Norwich: Published by University of East Anglia Centre for Research on Children and Families 
Beckett, C., Pinchen, I. and McKeigue, B. (2013) ‘Permanence and "permanence": outcomes of family placements', British Journal of Social Work. doi: 10.1093/ bjsw/ bcs206   
Brandon, M., Bailey, S., Belderson, P. and Larsson, B.  (2013)  Neglect and Serious Case Reviews, London: NSPCC
Brandon, M., Sidebotham, P., Bailey, S., Belderson, P., Hawley, C., Ellis, C. and Megson, M.  (2012)  New Learning from Serious Case Reviews: a two year report for 2009-2011, London: Department for Education 
Clifton, J. (2012) Birth fathers and their adopted children: Fighting, withdrawing or connecting. Adoption and Fostering 36(2) pp.43–56
Cossar, J. and Neil, E. (2013) Making sense of siblings: connections and severances in post-adoption contact, Child and Family Social Work 18 (1) pp 67-76 ISSN 1356-7500
Dickens, J. (2012) The definition of social work in the United Kingdom 2000-2010, International Journal of Social Welfare, 21 pp34-43. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2397.2011.00782.x
Dickens, J. (2012) Social Work, Law and Ethics, Abingdon: Routledge.
Dickens, J. (2012) Social policy approaches and social work dilemmas in intercountry adoption in J. Gibbons and K. Smith Rotabi (eds), Intercountry Adoption: Policies, Practices, and Outcomes, Farnham: Ashgate
Dickens, J., Masson, J., Bader, K. and Young, J. (2013) The paradox of parental participation and legal representation in ‘edge of care' meetings, Child and Family Social Work, online early view http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1365-2206/earlyview
Dodsworth, J. (2012) Pathways through sex work: Childhood Experiences and Adult Identities, British Journal of Social Work 42(3) 519-536 doi 10.1093/bjsw/bcr077
Dodsworth, J., Bailey, S., Schofield, G., Cooper, N., Fleming, P. and Young, J.  (2012) Internet Technology: An Empowering or Alienating Tool for Communication between Foster-Carers and Social Workers?  British Journal of Social Work 2012, doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcs007
Henricson, C. (2012) A Revolution in Family Policy, Where we should go from here, Bristol: Policy Press
Howe, D. (2012) Empathy: what it is and why it matters, Palgrave Macmillan
Howe, D. (2013) 'Attachment theory' in Gray, M. and Webb, S. (Eds) Social Work Theories and Methods, Sage
Howe, D. (2013) 'Relating theory to practice' in Davies, M. (Ed) The Blackwell Companion to Social Work (4), Wiley-Blackwell
Howe, D. (2013) 'Attachment theory' in Davies, M. (Ed) The Blackwell Companion to Social Work (4), Wiley-Blackwell
Masson, J., and Dickens, J., with Bader, K. and Young, J. (2013) Partnership by Law? The Pre-Proceedings Process for Families on the Edge of Care Proceedings, Bristol and Norwich: School of Law, University of Bristol and Centre for Research on Children and Families, University of East Anglia 
Millings, A., Walsh, J., Hepper, E. and O'Brien, M. (2012) Good partner, good parent.  Responsiveness mediates the link between romantic attachment and parenting style Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39, 170-180. Doi: 10.1177/0146167212468333 
Neil, E. (2012) Making sense of adoption: integration and differentiation from the perspective of adopted children in middle childhood, Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 409-416. 
Neil, E (2012) The mental distress of the birth relatives of adopted children: ‘disease' or ‘unease'? Findings from a UK study, Health and Social Care in the Community, 21 (2) pp191-199
Philip, G. (2013) ‘Extending the analytical lens': a consideration of the concepts of ‘care' and ‘intimacy' in relation to fathering after separation or divorce, Sociological Research Online, Vol. 18, Issue 1 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/18/1/15.html  
Philip, G. (2012) Working at post-divorce family life: The feminist ethics of care as a framework for exploring fathering after divorce or separation in Weller, S. and Rogers, C. (Eds) Critical Approaches to Care: Understanding Caring Relations, Identities and Cultures Routledge
Philip, G., Rogers, C. and Weller, S. (2012) ‘Understanding Care and Thinking with Care', in Weller, S. and Rogers, C. (Eds) (2012) Critical Approaches to Care: Understanding Caring Relations, Identities and Cultures Routledge
Philip, G. and O'Brien, M. (2012), Supporting fathers after separation and divorce; evidence and insights UEA: CRCF
Philip, G. (in Press) Relationality and moral reasoning in accounts of fathering after separation or divorce; care, gender and working at ‘fairness', Families, Relationships and Societies
Schofield, G., Beek, M. and Ward, E. (2012) Part of the Family: Planning for permanence in family foster care, Children and Youth Services Review 34, pp. 244-253 DOI: 0.1016/ j.childyouth.2011.10.020  
Schofield, G., Ward, E., Biggart, L., Dodsworth, J., Scaife, V., Larson, B. and Haynes, J. (2012) Looked after children and offending: reducing risk and promoting resilience, London and Norwich: TACT / University of East Anglia 
Schofield, G., Beek, M., Ward, E. and Biggart, L. (2013) Professional foster carer and committed parent: role conflict and role enrichment at the interface between work and family in long-term foster care Child and Family Social Work pp 46-56 ISSN 1356-7500  
Schofield, G. and Beek, M. (2013) The Secure Base Model:  Promoting attachment and resilience in foster care and adoption London: BAAF
Thoburn, J., Robinson, J. and Anderson, B. (2012) Returning Children from Public Care. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence Research Briefing 42 http://www.scie.org.uk/publications/briefings/briefing42/     
Thoburn, J., Cooper, N., Brandon, M. and Connolly, S. (2013) The place of ‘think family' approaches in child and family social work: messages from a process evaluation of an English pathfinder service, Children and Youth Services Review, vol. 35 issue 2 February 2013 pp 228-236