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Bowler, Rick (2010) Learning from Lives. In: Using theory in Youth and Community Work Practice. Learning Matters/ Sage. ISBN 978-1844453009

Bowler, Rick and Iman, F U (2010) Youth Workers as critical interpreters and mediators: Ethical issues in working with Black young people. In: Ethical Issues in Youth Work. Routledge, pp. 139-156. ISBN 978-0-415-49970-5

Clayton, John, Macdonald, Stephen J and Wilcock, Angela (2010) Digital Challenge Evaluation. Project Report. Sunderland: Department of Community and Local Government, Sunderland.

Dalton, Andrew (2010) Do they even exist? How do male sex workers negotiate their masculinity within their work? In: MA Dissertation Conference, 22 Apr 2010, Newcastle University. (Unpublished)

Donovan, Catherine (2010) Barriers to Making Referrals of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) victim/survivors to the MARAC and Recommendations for Improvement: A Study of IDVAs, MARAC Coordinators and PPU Detective Inspectors Within the Northumbria Police Force Area. Project Report. University of Sunderland.

Macdonald, Stephen J (2010) 'Conceptualising Dyslexia Using Models of Practice'. In: CESJ, 2010, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Macdonald, Stephen J (2010) Dyslexia and Crime: A Social Model Approach. VDM Verlag. ISBN 978-3639177527

Macdonald, Stephen J (2010) Evaluation of Patient Involvement on Primary Care Trusts in East Durham. Project Report. Sunderland Department of Health.

Macdonald, Stephen J (2010) The Right to be Labelled: Questioning risk management in special needs education. In: CESJ, 2010, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Macdonald, Stephen J (2010) The Role of Patient Involvement in Practice Based Commissioning within the National Health Service. In: CESJ, 2010, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Macdonald, Stephen J (2010) Towards a social reality of dyslexia. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 38 (4). pp. 271-279. ISSN 1468-3156

Macdonald, Stephen J, Clayton, John and Wilcock, Angela (2010) City of Sunderland Digital Inclusion Evaluation Final Report. Project Report. University of Sunderland and CLG, Sunderland.

Macdonald, Stephen J and Taylor-Gooby, David (2010) The Role of Patient Involvement in Practice Based Commissioning within the UK's National Health Service. WebmedCentral: Economics Of Medicine, 1 (10). ISSN 2046-1690

Malin, Nigel and Race, David G (2010) The impact of social policy on changes in professional practice within learning disability services: different standards for children and adults? A two-part examination: Part 1. The policy foundations: from welfare markets to Valuing People, personalization and Baby P. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 14 (4). pp. 315-328. ISSN 1744-6295

Podd, Wendy (2010) Participation. In: What id Youth Work. Sage Publishing, London, pp. 20-32. ISBN 9781844454662

Reay, Diane, Crozier, Gill and Clayton, John (2010) ‘Fitting in’ or ‘standing out’: working‐class students in UK higher education. British Educational Research Journal, 36 (1). pp. 107-124. ISSN 0141-1926

Roberts, Nicola (2010) Understanding Student Retention: What can be done to enhance students' experiences of academic study. Project Report. University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Rushton, Peter and Morgan, Gwenda (2010) Dangerous Words: Sedition and the State in Britain and America, 1660-1800. In: European Social Science History Conference, 13-16 April 2010, Ghent.

Simpson, Diane, Mathews, Ian, Croft, Adrian and McKinna, Gillian (2010) The teaching of social work in times of change. In: Social Policy Association conference 2010, 5-7 Jul 2010.

Simpson, Diane, Mathews, Ian, Croft, Adrian, McKinna, Gillian and Lee, Mary (2010) Student Views on Good Practice in Social Work Education. Social Work Education, 29 (7). pp. 729-743. ISSN 0261-5479

Thorley, Wendy (2010) Knowledge Transfer Partnerships: Establishing Priorities for 11-14 year old young people in the Tyne & Wear conurbation - final report. Centre for Children Young People and Families - University of Sunderland website.

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