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Cavener, John and Lonbay, Sarah (2022) Enhancing ‘Best Practice’ in Trauma-Informed Social Work Education: Insights from a Study Exploring Educator and Student Experiences. Social Work Education. pp. 1-22. ISSN 1470-1227


Deacon, Lesley (2022) Emancipatory practice development in social welfare service evaluation – a worked example. International Practice Development Journal. (In Press)

Durey, Matthew, Roberts, Nicola and Donovan, Catherine (2022) Negotiating landscapes of (un)safety: atmospheres and ambivalence in female students’ everyday geographies. In: Landscapes of Hate: Tracing Spaces, Relations and Responses. Spaces and Practices of Justice . Bristol University Press, Bristol. ISBN 978-1529215175 (In Press)


Holland, Clare, Hutchinson, Patrick and Peacock, Donna (2022) The Importance Of Screening For Speech, Language And Communication Needs (SLCN) In Police Custody. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice. ISSN 1468-2311 (In Press)


Lonbay, Sarah and Stambolieva, Marija (2022) Social Policy in Social Work Education and Practice - Innovative Approaches - Introduction to the special issue. Social Work and Society, 19 (2).


Peacock, Donna (2022) Supporting ‘vulnerable’ suspects in the police station: Access to justice, communication challenges, and enabling active participation. In: Neurodiversity and the Legal System: Towards Equality for All, 19 and 20 May 2022, Online.

Peacock, Donna and Hutchinson, Patrick (2022) Accessibility and barriers for disabled people in police custody: Listening to the missing voices of disabled suspects. In: 22ND ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY, 21-25 September 2022, Malaga.

Peacock, Donna, Macdonald, Stephen J, Cosgrove, Faye and Podd, Wendy (2022) We capture their comments before we leave the station’: Service User Involvement in the Delivery of Appropriate Adult Schemes. Social Work and Social Sciences Review. (In Press)


Quaid, Sheila (2022) Critical and Visual Sociological Pedagogies. In: BSA Annual Conference 2022: Building Equality and Justice Now, 20 Apr 2022, Online.

Quaid, Sheila, Wilcock, Angela and Hugman, Catriona (2022) Blog - Negotiating families and Personal Lives in the 21st Century, Exploring Diversity, Social Change and Inequalities. British Sociology Society, UK.

Quaid, Sheila, Williams, Helen and Wilcock, Angela (2022) Do we need the HE classroom in Social Sciences to be a safe space or a discomforting space ? Research from the teacher perspective. In: CASS Public Seminar Series, 26 Jan 2022, University of Sunderland. (In Press)


Reveley, Samantha, Connelly, Sarah and Peacock, Donna (2022) COVID-19 AND POLICE CUSTODY: �COMPOUNDING VULNERABILITY AMONG APPROPRIATE ADULT SERVICE USERS. In: EUROCRIM Conference Malaga 2022, 21-24 September 2022, Malaga.

Reveley, Samantha, Connelly, Sarah and Peacock, Donna (2022) COVID-19 and Police Custody: Compounding Vulnerability Among Appropriate Adult Service Users. In: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Reimagining Criminological Futures: New Criminologies in a Changing World, 29th June-1st July, 2022, University of Surrey. (Unpublished)


Williams, Helen and Karathanasopoulou, Evi (2022) Podcasting to Smash the Patriarchy: The Heart as a case study of quiet activism. In: CASS Public Lecture, 23 Feb 2022, University of Sunderland.

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