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Research Profile

Dr Helen Innes 


Innes, H., and Innes, M. (2013) Personal, situational and incidental vulnerabilities to ASB: a follow up study.  A report submitted to HMIC, January 2013.

Lowe, T., Innes, H., and Innes, M (2011) Improving the partnership response to ASB in South Wales: an assessment of procedures and outcomes.  November 2011. 

Innes, M., and Innes, H. (2011) Police presence and public confidence in local policing: an analysis of the British Crime Survey. A report submitted to HMIC.

Innes, M., Roberts, C., Innes, H., Lowe, T. And Lakhani, S. (2011) Assessing the effects of prevent policing: an analysis of the British Crime Survey.  Report to ACPO.

Lowe, T., Innes, H. and Innes, M. (2010) Perceptions and experiences of crime and disorder: an analysis of the British Crime Survey for older people living in Wales.  A report submitted to the Welsh Assembly Government.

Cooper, H., and Innes, M. (2009) The causes and consequences of community cohesion in Wales: a secondary analysis using the British Crime Survey and Living in Wales survey.  A report for the Welsh Assembly Government.

Armstrong, V., Barnett, J., Cooper, H., Monkman, M., Moran-Ellis, J., & Shepherd, R. (2007). Public attitudes to research governance: A qualitative study in a deliberative context. London: The Wellcome Trust.

Barnett, J., Cooper, H., Senior, V. (2007)  Belief in public efficacy, trust and attitudes to modern genetic science. Risk Analysis, 27, 4, 921-933

Shepherd, R., Barnett, J., Cooper, H., Coyle, A., Moran-Ellis, J., Senior, V., & Walton, C. (2007). ‘Towards an understanding of British public attitudes concerning human cloning’. Social Science & Medicine  65, 377-392.

 Cooper, H. ‘Investigating socio-economic explanations for gender and ethnic inequalities in health’. Social Science and Medicine, 54, 5: 693-706.

Cooper, H. and Arber, S. (2003) Gender, health and occupational classifications in working and later life. In Rose, D. And Pevalin, D. (Eds). A researcher’s guide to the National Statistics socio-economic classification.

Earthy SM , Maltby SL , Arber SL, Cooper H (2000) The use of cognitive interviewing to develop questions on social capital in the 2000/1 General Household Survey. Survey Methodology Bulletin, 46, pp24-31.

Cooper H , Arber SL , Smaje CS. (1998) 'Social class or deprivation? Structural factors and children's limiting longstanding illness in the 1990's'.Sociology of Health and Illness, 20(3), pp289-311.

Cooper H , Smaje CS , Arber SL. (1998) Use of health services by children and young people according to ethnicity and social class: secondary analysis of a national survey. British Medical Journal, 317, pp1047-1051.