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Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union (2020)
Book Chapter
Kaunert, C., Leonard, S., & Ikrom, Y. (2020). Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union. In S. Hansen, & S. Lid (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Deradicalisation and DisengagementLondon: Routledge

This chapter examines the EU’s efforts to tackle radicalisation. The specific formulation of its title (i.e. ‘preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement’) reflects the EU’s emphasis on preventing radicalisation. Most of the radicalisation-... Read More about Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union.

Between gang talk and prohibition: The transfer of blame for County Lines (2020)
Journal Article
Spicer, J. (in press). Between gang talk and prohibition: The transfer of blame for County Lines. International Journal of Drug Policy, 102667. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2020.102667

Background The drug supply model termed ‘County Lines’ has generated extensive attention over recent years in the UK. Associated street violence, the involvement of young people and exploitation have been the source of intense concern. However, litt... Read More about Between gang talk and prohibition: The transfer of blame for County Lines.

Ethics management and responsible research and innovation in the Human Brain Project (2019)
Book Chapter
Rainey, S., Stahl, B., Shaw, M., & Reinsborough, M. (2019). Ethics management and responsible research and innovation in the Human Brain Project. In R. von Schomberg, & J. Hankins (Eds.), International Handbook on Responsible Innovation: A Global Resource, (379-392). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781784718862.00035

Responsible research and innovation (RRI) is a key concept in current discourses concerning research governance and policy. The practice of Ethics Management in the European Union (EU) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagship Human Brain Proj... Read More about Ethics management and responsible research and innovation in the Human Brain Project.

To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales (2019)
Journal Article
Clarke, V., & Braun, V. (in press). To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, https://doi.org/10.1080/2159676X.2019.1704846

The concept of data saturation, defined as ‘information redundancy’ or the point at which no new themes or codes ‘emerge’ from data, is widely referenced in thematic analysis (TA) research in sport and exercise, and beyond. Several researchers have s... Read More about To saturate or not to saturate? Questioning data saturation as a useful concept for thematic analysis and sample-size rationales.

Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway (2019)
Journal Article
Duncan, S., Ellingsæter, A. L., & Carter, J. (in press). Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway. Sociological Research Online, https://doi.org/10.1177/1360780419892637

Marital surname change is a striking example of the survival of tradition. A practice emerging from patriarchal history has become embedded in an age of detraditionalisation and women’s emancipation. Is the tradition of women’s marital name change ju... Read More about Understanding tradition: Marital name change in Britain and Norway.

Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research (2019)
Journal Article
Lainson, K., Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2019). Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research. International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, 2019(4),

What opportunities are there for narrative practitioners to engage in academic research whilst retaining an alignment with poststructuralist ideas, feminist commitments and narrative practice principles? This paper considers Virginia Braun and Victor... Read More about Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research.

Bisexual and Pansexual Identities: Exploring and challenging invisibility and invalidation (2019)
Book
Hayfield, N. (in press). Bisexual and Pansexual Identities: Exploring and challenging invisibility and invalidation. London: Routledge

This book draws on psychological and social sciences research to offer a unique and in-depth exploration of the in/visibility of sexualities. It evidences how early sexologists understood sexuality within a binary model which provided the underpinnin... Read More about Bisexual and Pansexual Identities: Exploring and challenging invisibility and invalidation.

The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach (2019)
Journal Article
Kaunert, C., & Léonard, S. (in press). The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach. Politique européenne,

This article examines how the European Union (EU) has sought to address the threat of CBRN terrorism using Kingdon's Multiple Streams Framework. It demonstrates that the EU has significantly developed its response to the CBRN terrorist threat, but th... Read More about The European Union's response to the CBRN terrorist threat: A multiple streams approach.

Disgust, shame and the psychosocial impact of skin picking: Evidence from an online support forum (2019)
Journal Article
Anderson, S., Anderson, S., & Clarke, V. (2019). Disgust, shame and the psychosocial impact of skin picking: Evidence from an online support forum. Journal of Health Psychology, 24(13), 1773-1784. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105317700254

This article examines the accounts of individuals who problematically pick their skin and explores their subjective experiences. In total, 100 problem disclosure statements were taken from posts made to a publicly accessible online skin picking suppo... Read More about Disgust, shame and the psychosocial impact of skin picking: Evidence from an online support forum.

Counselling formerly heterosexually partnered gay fathers raised with religion* (2019)
Journal Article
Earley, E., Earley, E., Clarke, V., & Moller, N. (in press). Counselling formerly heterosexually partnered gay fathers raised with religion*. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, https://doi.org/10.1080/03069885.2019.1679351

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Formerly heterosexually partnered gay fathers raised with religion are an under-researched group of LGBTQ parents. This group have potentially complex coming out journeys, which... Read More about Counselling formerly heterosexually partnered gay fathers raised with religion*.

A critical review of the interdisciplinary literature on voluntary childlessness (2019)
Book Chapter
Clarke, V., Hayfield, N., Moller, N., & Braun, V. (in press). A critical review of the interdisciplinary literature on voluntary childlessness. In The truth about (m)otherhood: Choosing to be childfree

This chapter provides a critical review of the inter-disciplinary research on voluntary childlessness, examining some of the problematic assumptions that underpin the literature and the image of the childfree woman that emerges as a result. It is not... Read More about A critical review of the interdisciplinary literature on voluntary childlessness.

Bouncing back and building up? – A critique of the concept of resilience in relation to social work practitioners and their employing organisations. (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Lomax, R., & Frost, E. (2019, September). Bouncing back and building up? – A critique of the concept of resilience in relation to social work practitioners and their employing organisations. Paper presented at Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference

The overall aim of this paper is to critically discuss the findings of a literature review undertaken in 2018 by exploring the concept of resilience and social work. The findings will be illustrated throughout by drawing on examples from current rese... Read More about Bouncing back and building up? – A critique of the concept of resilience in relation to social work practitioners and their employing organisations..

Feminist qualitative methods and methodologies in psychology: A review and reflection (2019)
Journal Article
Clarke, V., & Braun, V. (2019). Feminist qualitative methods and methodologies in psychology: A review and reflection. Psychology of Women Section Review,

How does the current state of the field of feminist qualitative psychological research reflect and enact the methodological characteristics and values of feminist research – principally, the values of reflexivity, methodological diversity and innovat... Read More about Feminist qualitative methods and methodologies in psychology: A review and reflection.

“Never Say Never?”: Heterosexual, bisexual, and lesbian women’s accounts of being childfree (2019)
Journal Article
Hayfield, N., Terry, G., Clarke, V., & Ellis, S. (2019). “Never Say Never?”: Heterosexual, bisexual, and lesbian women’s accounts of being childfree. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 43(4), 526-538. https://doi.org/10.1177/0361684319863414

Feminist scholars have identified a “motherhood imperative” in Western cultures, where heterosexual women are understood to both want, and have, children. However, social shifts have resulted in a decrease in pronatalism as well as an increase in soc... Read More about “Never Say Never?”: Heterosexual, bisexual, and lesbian women’s accounts of being childfree.

Novel insights into patients’ life-worlds: the value of qualitative research (2019)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2019). Novel insights into patients’ life-worlds: the value of qualitative research. Lancet Psychiatry, 6(9), 720-721. https://doi.org/10.1016/+S2215-0366%2819%2930296-2

Livingston et al.’s paper amply demonstrates the rich potential of qualitative methods to provide insight into the life-worlds of patients, and analysis of hitherto un(der)explored facets of mental and physical health conditions. The publication of t... Read More about Novel insights into patients’ life-worlds: the value of qualitative research.

Rape, inequality and the criminal justice response in England: The importance of age and gender (2019)
Journal Article
Lilley-Walker, S., Hester, M., McPhee, D., & Patsios, D. (in press). Rape, inequality and the criminal justice response in England: The importance of age and gender. Criminology and Criminal Justice, https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895819863095

© The Author(s) 2019. This article draws upon quantitative and content analysis of 585 reports of rape recorded within two police force areas in England in 2010 and in 2014 tracking individual incidents to eventual outcome to examine the impact, if a... Read More about Rape, inequality and the criminal justice response in England: The importance of age and gender.

Leading ladies: discursive constructions of women leaders in the UK media (2019)
Journal Article
Tischner, I., Malson, H., & Fey, K. (in press). Leading ladies: discursive constructions of women leaders in the UK media. Feminist Media Studies, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2019.1640266

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Women continue to be economically disadvantaged and under-represented in positions of power and leadership. A discursive disjunction between cultural and media representations of... Read More about Leading ladies: discursive constructions of women leaders in the UK media.

Between Scylla and Charybdis: Losing balance in an age of extremes (2019)
Journal Article
Crociani-Windland, L. (2019). Between Scylla and Charybdis: Losing balance in an age of extremes. Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, 24(3), 344-362. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41282-019-00132-w

This article charts a course from the literature of the classical world through to a select number of classic texts in sociology by Marx, Weber and Bauman, and some more recent psychoanalytically informed studies, to offer a metaphor for the vicissit... Read More about Between Scylla and Charybdis: Losing balance in an age of extremes.