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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.

Raising awareness and improving responses to gender-based violence: The contribution of feminist thought and activism (2021)
Book Chapter
Mackay, F. (2021). Raising awareness and improving responses to gender-based violence: The contribution of feminist thought and activism. In Understanding Gender-Based Violence An Essential Textbook for Nurses, Healthcare Professionals and Social Workers (3-13). Springer Nature

Raising Awareness and Improving Responses to Gender-Based Violence: The Contribution of Feminist Thought and Activism

Traditional inequalities and inequalities of tradition: Gender, weddings and whiteness (2021)
Journal Article
Carter, J. (in press). Traditional inequalities and inequalities of tradition: Gender, weddings and whiteness. Sociological Research Online, https://doi.org/10.1177/1360780421990021

The (British) white wedding offers a unique lens for studying a number of social and cultural phenomena from practices of intimacy, consumption and romance to macro level studies of economics, value and exchange. The wedding also represents an ideal... Read More about Traditional inequalities and inequalities of tradition: Gender, weddings and whiteness.

Policing County Lines: Responses to Evolving Provincial Drug Markets (2021)
Book
Spicer, J. (2021). Policing County Lines: Responses to Evolving Provincial Drug Markets. London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-54193-4

The County Lines phenomenon has become one of the most significant drug market developments in the UK over recent years. This book analyses how it is being responded to by the police in affected provincial areas. Drawing on unique ethnographic fieldw... Read More about Policing County Lines: Responses to Evolving Provincial Drug Markets.

‘Rarely discussed but always present’: Exploring therapists’ accounts of the relationship between social class, mental health and therapy (2021)
Journal Article
McEvoy, C., Clarke, V., & Thomas, Z. (in press). ‘Rarely discussed but always present’: Exploring therapists’ accounts of the relationship between social class, mental health and therapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12382

With a few exceptions, the subject of social class has rarely been addressed in counselling and psychotherapy research. This study seeks to contribute to redressing this omission by exploring therapists’ accounts of how social class operates within t... Read More about ‘Rarely discussed but always present’: Exploring therapists’ accounts of the relationship between social class, mental health and therapy.

Extending the boundaries of political communication: How ideology can be examined in super-rich television documentaries using Discursive Psychology (2020)
Book Chapter
Carr, P. (2020). Extending the boundaries of political communication: How ideology can be examined in super-rich television documentaries using Discursive Psychology. In C. Tileagă, S. Burke, & M. Demasi (Eds.), Political Communication: Discursive Perspectives (89-114). London: Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-60223-9_4

Political communication is not static and takes a range of forms due to technological change requiring researchers to diversify their interests. When examining talk about wealth inequality, focusing on the overtly political is problematic as issues s... Read More about Extending the boundaries of political communication: How ideology can be examined in super-rich television documentaries using Discursive Psychology.

The securitisation of migration in the European Union: Frontex and its evolving security practices (2020)
Journal Article
Léonard, S., & Kaunert, C. (in press). The securitisation of migration in the European Union: Frontex and its evolving security practices. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183x.2020.1851469

This article investigates the evolving security practices of one of the key actors in the handling of asylum-seekers and migrants at the external borders of the European Union (EU) Member States, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, widely ref... Read More about The securitisation of migration in the European Union: Frontex and its evolving security practices.

Public written statement to the UN WGEPAD 27th Session: The urgency of now - Systemic racism and the lessons of 2020 (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Olaiya, M.A., H. B. A. (2020). Public written statement to the UN WGEPAD 27th Session: The urgency of now - Systemic racism and the lessons of 2020

The UN WGEPAD 27th public session: "The Urgency of Now - Systemic Racism and the Lessons of 2020" was held between 30 November to 3 December. This thematic session built on the WGEPAD’s COVID-19 report, systemic racism and global protests, and set t... Read More about Public written statement to the UN WGEPAD 27th Session: The urgency of now - Systemic racism and the lessons of 2020.

Written statement to the 26th Session of the UN Working Group of Experts on people of African descent : Regional meeting with civil society - Europe and North America (2020)
Other
Olaiya, M.A., H. B. A. (2020). Written statement to the 26th Session of the UN Working Group of Experts on people of African descent : Regional meeting with civil society - Europe and North America. United Nations

Written statements were made to a series of regional meetings designed to allow the Working Group of Experts on people of African Descent to engage with and learn from civil society and its experiences, to ascertain the situation on the ground thus f... Read More about Written statement to the 26th Session of the UN Working Group of Experts on people of African descent : Regional meeting with civil society - Europe and North America.

The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability (2020)
Report
McCartan, K., Höing, M., Taylor, R., Kitson-Boyce, R., Rossoni, I., Hoogeveen, C., …Wilson, R. (2020). The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability. Circles Europe

This research looks to investigate the impact that COVID-19, mainly social distancing and remote working, has had on CoSA provision and providers in Europe, the USA, and Canada and the potential impact of the pandemic on Circle processes moving forwa... Read More about The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability.

Finn Mackay on gender ideology (2020)
Other
Mackay, F. (2020). Finn Mackay on gender ideology

https://www.engender.org.uk/news/blog/f-words-what-is-gender-ideology/

Can I use TA? Should I use TA? Should I not use TA? Comparing reflexive thematic analysis and other pattern‐based qualitative analytic approaches (2020)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). Can I use TA? Should I use TA? Should I not use TA? Comparing reflexive thematic analysis and other pattern‐based qualitative analytic approaches. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12360

Thematic analysis methods, including the reflexive approach we have developed, are widely used in counselling and psychotherapy research, as are other approaches that seek to develop ‘patterns’ (themes, categories) across cases. Without a thorough gr... Read More about Can I use TA? Should I use TA? Should I not use TA? Comparing reflexive thematic analysis and other pattern‐based qualitative analytic approaches.

Understanding the fight over trans rights – part 2 (2020)
Digital Artefact
Mackay, F. (2020). Understanding the fight over trans rights – part 2. [https://www.theguardian.com/society/audio/2020/oct/09/understanding-the-fight-over-trans-rights-part-2]

Joining Anushka Asthana to discuss the issue are the feminist author Finn Mackay, who believes that while feminist divisions over trans rights are not new, they need not be inevitable, and Kathleen Stock, a philosophy professor who describes herself... Read More about Understanding the fight over trans rights – part 2.

‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs (2020)
Journal Article
Leonard, S., Kaunert, C., & MacKenzie, A. (in press). ‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs. European Foreign Affairs Review, 25(4),

This article analyses the EU-UK Future Relationship negotiations on Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) through the lenses of ‘exceptionalism’. This concept refers to a given state’s self-understanding as being not only fundamentally different from other... Read More about ‘They need us more than we need them’: British exceptionalism, Brexit, and justice and home affairs.

The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice (2020)
Journal Article
Mccartan, K., & Kemshall, H. (2020). The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice. Irish Probation Journal, 17, 87-106

The rehabilitation and reintegration of people who have committed sexual offences presents significant challenges. Current research and practice on desistance from offending behaviour discusses a harm reduction journey that is more multifaceted than... Read More about The potential role of recovery capital in stopping sexual offending: Lessons from circles of support and accountability to enrich practice.

Regulating ‘untrustworthy patients’: Constructions of ‘trust’ and ‘distrust’ in accounts of inpatient treatment for anorexia (2020)
Journal Article
Holmes, S., Malson, H., & Semlyen, J. (in press). Regulating ‘untrustworthy patients’: Constructions of ‘trust’ and ‘distrust’ in accounts of inpatient treatment for anorexia. Feminism and Psychology,

Abstract Trust has been seen as a lynchpin of therapeutic relationships. Yet due to perceptions that anorexia is one of the most difficult illnesses to treat and that patients are ‘treatment resistant’, achieving trust between patient and treatment... Read More about Regulating ‘untrustworthy patients’: Constructions of ‘trust’ and ‘distrust’ in accounts of inpatient treatment for anorexia.

The ebbs and flows of qualitative research: Time, change and the slow wheel of interpretation (2020)
Book Chapter
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). The ebbs and flows of qualitative research: Time, change and the slow wheel of interpretation. In Temporality in qualitative inquiry: Theories, methods, and practices. London: Routledge

The qualitative researcher has been described as ‘the instrument for analysis.’ What we bring to the analytic process – our positionalities, skills, tenets, knowledge, and much more – is valued within qualitative paradigms. But what we bring is also... Read More about The ebbs and flows of qualitative research: Time, change and the slow wheel of interpretation.

The online survey as a qualitative research tool (2020)
Journal Article
Braun, V., Clarke, V., Boulton, E., Davey, L., & McEvoy, C. (in press). The online survey as a qualitative research tool. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2020.1805550

Fully qualitative surveys, which prioritise qualitative research values, and harness the rich potential of qualitative data, have much to offer qualitative researchers, especially given online delivery options. Yet the method remains underutilised, a... Read More about The online survey as a qualitative research tool.

One size fits all? What counts as quality practice in (reflexive) thematic analysis? (2020)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). One size fits all? What counts as quality practice in (reflexive) thematic analysis?. Qualitative Research in Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1080/14780887.2020.1769238

Developing a universal quality standard for thematic analysis (TA) is complicated by the existence of numerous iterations of TA that differ paradigmatically, philosophically and procedurally. This plurality in TA is often not recognised by editors, r... Read More about One size fits all? What counts as quality practice in (reflexive) thematic analysis?.