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Conceptual and design thinking for thematic analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). Conceptual and design thinking for thematic analysis. Qualitative Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1037/qup0000196

Thematic analysis (TA) is widely used in qualitative psychology. In using TA, researchers must choose between a diverse range of approaches that can differ considerably in their underlying (but often implicit) conceptualizations of qualitative resear... Read More about Conceptual and design thinking for thematic analysis.

Female Masculinities and the Gender Wars The Politics of Sex (2021)
Book
Mackay, F. (in press). Female Masculinities and the Gender Wars The Politics of Sex. London: Bloomsbury

Female Masculinities and the Gender Wars provides important theoretical background and context to the 'gender wars' or 'TERF wars' – the violent feminist fracture at the forefront of the LGBTQ international conversation. Using queer and female mascul... Read More about Female Masculinities and the Gender Wars The Politics of Sex.

Key stakeholder perspectives on primary care for young people with an eating disorder: A qualitative study (2021)
Journal Article
Malson, H., Tischner, I., Hertzig, H., Kitney, D., Phillips, C., Norweg, S., …Oldham-Cooper, R. (in press). Key stakeholder perspectives on primary care for young people with an eating disorder: A qualitative study. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology,

This paper examines the provision of primary care for young people with an eating disorder within the UK from the perspectives of three key stakeholder groups: young people with an eating disorder, carers of young people with an eating disorder and G... Read More about Key stakeholder perspectives on primary care for young people with an eating disorder: A qualitative study.

The arbitration of nature: State, water, and civil engineering in Northern Ireland directly after partition (2021)
Journal Article
Reinsborough, M. (in press). The arbitration of nature: State, water, and civil engineering in Northern Ireland directly after partition. (00) Journal Not Listed, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12685-021-00284-6

Begun in the summer of 1923, the Silent Valley Reservoir was the first large scale civil engineering project after the division between the North and the South of Ireland. It was the continuation of a previous project. In the late Nineteenth Century... Read More about The arbitration of nature: State, water, and civil engineering in Northern Ireland directly after partition.

It’s like bisexuality, but it isn’t: Pansexual and panromantic people’s understandings of their identities and experiences of becoming educated about gender and sexuality (2021)
Journal Article
Hayfield, N., & Křížová, K. (2021). It’s like bisexuality, but it isn’t: Pansexual and panromantic people’s understandings of their identities and experiences of becoming educated about gender and sexuality. Journal of Bisexuality, 21(2), 167-193. https://doi.org/10.1080/15299716.2021.1911015

In this paper, we report on our survey research which sought to explore how pansexual and panromantic people experience and understand their identities. Eighty participants, mainly in the U.K., were recruited via social media and internet forums. The... Read More about It’s like bisexuality, but it isn’t: Pansexual and panromantic people’s understandings of their identities and experiences of becoming educated about gender and sexuality.

Essentials of Thematic Analysis (2021)
Book
Terry, G., & Hayfield, N. (2021). Essentials of Thematic Analysis. Washington DC: American Psychological Association

Terry, G. and Hayfield, N. (forthcoming, July 2021) Essentials of thematic analysis. American Psychological Association.

Place, power and leadership: Insights from mayoral governance and leadership innovation in Bristol, UK (2021)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R., Sweeting, D., & Oliver, T. (in press). Place, power and leadership: Insights from mayoral governance and leadership innovation in Bristol, UK. Leadership, https://doi.org/10.1177/17427150211028122

This article aims to enhance understanding of the role of place in urban leadership by examining the way leadership changed significantly following the introduction of mayoral governance into a UK city. In 2012, 10 cities in England held referendums... Read More about Place, power and leadership: Insights from mayoral governance and leadership innovation in Bristol, UK.

Incorporating quaternary prevention: Understanding the full scope of public health practices in sexual abuse prevention (2021)
Journal Article
McCartan, K., & Kemshall, H. (in press). Incorporating quaternary prevention: Understanding the full scope of public health practices in sexual abuse prevention. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology,

This discussion piece argues for a refinement in our understanding of prevention in sexual abuse, suggesting that we include quaternary prevention on the grounds that this concept from medical literature has potential and helpful application to crimi... Read More about Incorporating quaternary prevention: Understanding the full scope of public health practices in sexual abuse prevention.

De-centring the securitization of asylum and migration in the European Union: Securitization, vulnerability and the role of Turkey (2021)
Journal Article
Léonard, S., & Kaunert, C. (in press). De-centring the securitization of asylum and migration in the European Union: Securitization, vulnerability and the role of Turkey. Geopolitics, https://doi.org/10.1080/14650045.2021.1929183

This article contributes to the debates on de-centring the analysis of migration governance in Europe by focusing on the potential role of external actors in the securitisation of asylum and migration in the European Union (EU). Although there has be... Read More about De-centring the securitization of asylum and migration in the European Union: Securitization, vulnerability and the role of Turkey.

Men’s experiences of help-seeking for female-perpetrated intimate partner violence: A qualitative exploration (2021)
Journal Article
Hogan, K., Clarke, V., & Ward, T. (in press). Men’s experiences of help-seeking for female-perpetrated intimate partner violence: A qualitative exploration. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12409

The subject of female-perpetrated intimate partner violence (IPV) against men has been one of controversy, with well-rehearsed arguments surrounding both the nature and existence of female-perpetrated abuse against men. The aims of this study were to... Read More about Men’s experiences of help-seeking for female-perpetrated intimate partner violence: A qualitative exploration.

‘You come back fighting. That’s what gives you the drive to achieve’: The extraordinary psychological construction of the super-rich in entertainment documentaries (2021)
Journal Article
Carr, P., Goodman, S., Jowett, A., & Abell, J. (2021). ‘You come back fighting. That’s what gives you the drive to achieve’: The extraordinary psychological construction of the super-rich in entertainment documentaries. Discourse and Society, 32(5), 559-574. https://doi.org/10.1177/09579265211013117

Inequality in society is legitimised through the ‘meritocracy myth’ and existing research claims that the affluence of the super-rich is the result of their superior traits. Discursive Social Psychology examines the ways in which psychological concep... Read More about ‘You come back fighting. That’s what gives you the drive to achieve’: The extraordinary psychological construction of the super-rich in entertainment documentaries.

Mapping Social Memory: A Psychotherapeutic Psychosocial Approach (2021)
Book
Williams, N. (2021). Mapping Social Memory: A Psychotherapeutic Psychosocial Approach. Switzerland: Springer (part of Springer Nature). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-66157-1

This book is based on psychosocial research that explores the complex relationships of memory transmitted intergenerationally within families and the transgenerational social issues that form a part of those memories. The organising framework of mov... Read More about Mapping Social Memory: A Psychotherapeutic Psychosocial Approach.

Solidarity today: A problem-based approach (2021)
Book Chapter
Tava, F. (in press). Solidarity today: A problem-based approach. In Jahrbuch Praktische Philosophie in globaler Perspektive. Freiburg, München: Verlag Karl Alber

This chapter aims at establishing a problem-based approach to solidarity by describing its main characteristics and by testing its effectiveness in light of three pivotal issues today: immigration, the future of work, and the COVID-19 pandemic. The c... Read More about Solidarity today: A problem-based approach.

The policing of cuckooing in 'County Lines' drug dealing: An ethnographic study of an amplification spiral (2021)
Journal Article
Spicer, J. (in press). The policing of cuckooing in 'County Lines' drug dealing: An ethnographic study of an amplification spiral. British Journal of Criminology, https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azab027

Responding to cases of 'cuckooing', where drug dealers take over other people's homes, has become a significant policing activity in the United Kingdom. Drawing on ethnographic data and the deviancy amplification spiral model, this article theorizes... Read More about The policing of cuckooing in 'County Lines' drug dealing: An ethnographic study of an amplification spiral.

European solidarity: Definitions, challenges, and perspectives (2021)
Book Chapter
Tava, F. (2021). European solidarity: Definitions, challenges, and perspectives. In D. Meacham, & N. de Warren (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy and Europe (211-221). London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315686233-18

Since the end of the Second World War, European construction has developed side by side with reiterated attempts to envision and implement European solidarity. This chapter addresses the complex scenario in which European political actors ostensibly... Read More about European solidarity: Definitions, challenges, and perspectives.

Exploring the borderlands of solidarity: Europe and the refugee question (2021)
Book Chapter
Cole, P. (2021). Exploring the borderlands of solidarity: Europe and the refugee question. In D. Meacham, & N. de Warren (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy in Europe. Routledge

This paper examines the concept of solidarity employed by activists in Greece working with asylum seekers and other migrants, and asks whether the ideas of solidarity that have emerged from this activism can tell us something about the theoretical co... Read More about Exploring the borderlands of solidarity: Europe and the refugee question.

“I was just fed up of not being myself”: Coming out experiences of white British divorced and separated gay fathers (2021)
Journal Article
Clarke, V., & Earley, E. (2021). “I was just fed up of not being myself”: Coming out experiences of white British divorced and separated gay fathers. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 17(3), 251-272. https://doi.org/10.1080/1550428X.2021.1902448

Before the so-called “gayby boom” in the 1990s the most common pathway to parenthood for gay men was heterosexual marriage. Since the 1990s most research on gay parenting has focused on intentional gay fathers–those parenting after coming out as gay–... Read More about “I was just fed up of not being myself”: Coming out experiences of white British divorced and separated gay fathers.

Renters rising! Extending the analysis of housing activism in Europe to the UK (2021)
Journal Article
Mathers, A. (2021). Renters rising! Extending the analysis of housing activism in Europe to the UK. Araucaria, 23(46), 147-171. https://doi.org/10.12795/araucaria.2021.i46.08

The material effects of austerity in the United Kingdom (UK) have generated a resurgence of activist initiatives in the field of housing central to which is ACORN that has developed into a federated organisation contesting housing practices and polic... Read More about Renters rising! Extending the analysis of housing activism in Europe to the UK.

Global fertility chains: An integrative political economy approach to understanding the reproductive bioeconomy (2021)
Journal Article
Vertommen, S., Pavone, V., & Nahman, M. (in press). Global fertility chains: An integrative political economy approach to understanding the reproductive bioeconomy. Science, Technology, and Human Values, https://doi.org/10.1177/0162243921996460

Over the last two decades, social scientists across disciplines have been researching how value is extracted and governed in the reproductive bioeconomy, which broadly refers to the various ways reproductive tissues, bodies, services, customers, work... Read More about Global fertility chains: An integrative political economy approach to understanding the reproductive bioeconomy.

The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability (2021)
Journal Article
Kitson-Boyce, R., Wilson, R. J., McCartan, K., Höing, M., Taylor, R., & Rossoni, I. (2021). The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability. Early Career Academics Network Bulletin, 46, 29-38

2020 has seen significant challenges to social engagement broadly due to the COVID19 pandemic, including social distancing, stay-at-home orders and lockdowns. These precautions have challenged the ability of CoSA (Circles of Support and Accountabilit... Read More about The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability.