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2008 Publications

 

Publications are listed alphabetically by first author

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, XYZ

 

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Armstrong R, Waters E, Moore L, Riggs E, Cuervo LG, Lumbiganon P and Hawe P. (2008) Improving the reporting of public health intervention research: advancing TREND and CONSORT. Journal of Public Health Advance Access 19th Jan 2008, doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdm082.

Arribas-Ayllon, M, Sarangi, S, and Clarke, A. (2008) Managing self responsibility through other-oriented blame: Family accounts of genetic testing. Social Science and Medicine, 66: 1521-1532.

Arribas-Ayllon, M, Sarangi, S, and Clarke, A. (2008) Micropolitics of responsibility vis-à-vis autonomy: Parental accounts of childhood genetic testing and (non)disclosure. Sociology of Health and Illness, 30(2): 255-271.

Arribas-Ayllon, M, Sarangi, S, and Clarke, A. (2008) The politics of autonomy in genetic testing of children, Working Paper 107, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, ISBN 978-1-904815-72-3

Arribas-Ayllon, M, Sarangi, S, and Clarke, A. (2008) Professional ambivalence:  Accounts of ethical practice in childhood genetic testing, Working Paper 108, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, ISBN 978-1-904815-73-0

Arribas-Ayllon, M, Sarangi, S, and Clarke, A. (forthcoming) Professional ambivalence: Accounts of ethical practice in childhood genetic testing.

Arribas-Ayllon, M, Sarangi, S, and Clarke, A. (forthcoming) The politics of autonomy in the genetic testing of children.

Atkinson P, Delamont S and Housley, W (2008) Contours of Culture: Complex Ethnography and the Ethnography of Complexity, Alta Mira Press

Atkinson, P and Delamont, S (Editors), Qualitative Research, London, Sage, 2008 ISSN 1468-7941 5 issues

Atkinson P, Delamont S and Housley W, (2008) Contours of Culture, Lanham, MD, Alta Mira Press, ISBN 13978 0 7591 0705 2

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Bailey, N. (2008) 'Passing ships' information', The Sea, Issue 192, Mar/Apr. 

Bailey, N, Ellis, N, Sampson, H. (2008) 'Training and Technology Onboard Ship: How seafarers learned to use the shipboard Automatic Identification System (AIS)',
SIRC Publication, July, ISBN: 1-900174-34-0.

Bishop, D, Felstead, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N, Kakavelakis, K and Unwin, L (2008) ‘Constructing learning: adversarial and collaborative working in the British construction industry’, Learning as Work Research Paper No 13, January, Cardiff: Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

Bloor, M. (2008) 'Fatalities at sea: the good and the bad news', The Sea, issue 194, Jul/Aug, p4.

Burgess S, Elliott E
., Lynch, R (2008) Reflections on the use of participatory mapping to explore social cohesion - a potential tool for Qualitative-GIS, Qualitative Researcher, February 2008

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Campbell R, Starkey F, Holliday J, Audrey S, Bloor M, Parry- Langdon N, Hughes R, Moore L. An informal school-based peer-led intervention for smoking prevention in adolescence (ASSIST): a cluster randomised trial. Lancet 2008;371:1595–1602

Chadderton C, Elliott E, Williams G (2008) Involving the Public in HIA:  an evaluation of current practice in Wales, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper Series, Paper 116, ISBN 978-1-904815-77-8

Chaney P, (2008 forthcoming) Delivery or Déjà vu? Gender Mainstreaming and Public Policy, chapter in ‘Feminist Politics and Devolution’ Charles, N. and Davies C. A. (eds), Cardiff, University of Wales Press

Chaney P, (2008) Public Policy, Wales Devolution Monitoring Report, April 2008, (Wyn Jones, R and Scully, R. eds.) London: University College London, ISSN 1751-3863

Coffey, A (2008) Innovation in Qualitative Research Methods:  Possibilities and Challenges, Cardiff, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper Series, Paper 121, ISBN 978-1-904815-84-6

 

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Davies J, Lester C, O'Neil M, Williams G. (2008) Sustainable participation in regular exercise among older people: developing an action research approach. Health Education Journal 2008;67(1):45-55

Davies, S (2008) 'Contracting out employment services to the third and private sectors: A critique'. Critical Social Policy, Vol. 28, No.2, pp. 136-164

Davies, S (2008) 'Union Learning Reps in a high tech industry',Journal of Education and Work, Vol 21, No 4, pp. 297 - 315

Davies, S (2008) Apprenticeships: A Firm Foundation. A report for UCATT, July 2008, 68pp. UCATT: London.

Daykin N, Byrne E, Soteriou T and O'Connor S. (2008) The impact of art, design and environment in mental healthcare: a systematic review of the literature. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 2008;128(2):85-94.

Delamont, S and Stephens, N (2008) Up on the Roof:  the embodied habitus of diasporic capoeira.  Cultural Sociology, 2, 1, 57-74 ISSN 1749-9755

Delamont S, Fitz J and Pugsley L (2008) (Editors), Teaching and Teacher Education, 8 issues, Oxford  Elsevier ISSN 0742-051X

 

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Edwards, A, Hughes, G, with Tregidga, T(2008) The role of the community safety officer within wales:  challenges and opportunities, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 104, ISBN 978-1-904815-69-3

Edwards, A, Hughes, G, (2008) Inventing Community Safety:  Representation and performativity in the criminological imagination, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 105 

Elliott, E, Shirani, F. Williams, G. (2008) Final Report on the sustainability and legacy of Healthy Living Centres in Wales.  A Report to the Department for Public Health and Health Professions.  Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper Series, Paper 115, ISBN 978-1-904815-76-1

Elliott, E, Shirani, F. Williams, G. (2008) Executive Summary / Crynodeb Gweithredol - Final Report on the sustainability and legacy of Healthy Living Centres in Wales.  A Report to the Department for Public Health and Health Professions.  Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper Series, Paper 115 Executive Summary, ISBN 978-1-904815-79-2

Ellis, N. (2008)'Why should seafarers care about what researchers do?',The Sea, London: Mission to Seafarers, Issue 193 May/Jun 2008, pp4-5.

Ellis,N, Sampson, H. (2008)'The Global Labour Market for Seafarers: Working Aboard Merchant Cargo Ships 2003', SIRC Publication, June, ISBN: 1-900174-35-9

Evans, R (2008) ‘The Sociology of Expertise: The Distribution of Social Fluency’, Sociology Compass, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 281-98. 

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Faulkner A. (2008). Unconventional Medicine? Turning Tissue Engineered Technologies into Pharmaceuticals in the European Regulatory Regime. In: Greco G.N. (ed.). Tissue Engineering Research Trends. New York: Nova Science Publishers (in press).

Faulkner A. (2008) Medical Devices into Healthcare: a political sociology of technology and governance. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming).

Faulkner A, Geesink I, Kent, J, FitzPatrick D (2008) Tissue-engineered technologies: scientific biomedicine, frames of risk and regulatory regime-building in Europe. Science as Culture (in press).

Faulkner A.(2008) Regulatory policy as innovation: constructing rules of engagement of a technological zone for tissue engineering in the European Union. Research Policy (forthcoming).

Felstead, A and Green, F (2008) Skills at Work in Scotland, 1997 to 2006: Evidence from the Skills Surveys, Glasgow: Scottish Enterprise, pp.107.

Felstead, A and Green, F (2008) Work Skills in Scotland: The Workers’ View – Summary of Research Produced for Futureskills Scotland, Glasgow: Scottish Enterprise, pp.48.

Felstead, A and Green, F (2008) ‘Work skills in Northern Ireland: results from the employee skills survey’, in Labour Market Bulletin 21, Belfast: Department for Employment and Learning.

Felstead, A and Green, F (2008) ‘Work skills: where are we in the skills league?’, Britain Today: The State of the Nation, 2008, Swindon: Economic and Social Research Council.

Fitzgerald, R, Housley, W. and Butler, C (2008) Omni-relevance and Interactional Context, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 109

Fuller, A, Kakavelakis, K, Felstead, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2008) ‘Learning, knowing and controlling “the stock”: the changing nature of employee discretion in a supermarket chain’, Learning as Work Research Paper No 12, January, Cardiff: Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

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Henwood, K.L (2008). “Qualitative research, reflexivity and living with risk: Valuing and practicing epistemic reflexivity and centring marginality.” Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5(1) 45-55

Holland, S. and Rivett, M (2008) ‘Everyone Started Shouting’: making connections between the process of family group conferences and family therapy practice. British Journal of Social Work 38 (21-38)

Holland, S, Holland, S, Ross, N. and Hillman, A (2008) ‘The everyday lives of children in care: using a sociological perspective to inform social work practice’ in Direct Work: Social Work With Children And Young People, Edited by Barry Luckock and Michelle Lefevre, BAAF, pp. 77-94.

Housley, W. and Wahl-Jorgensen, K.(2008) Theorising the Democratic Gaze: Visitors' Experiences of the New Welsh Assembly, Sociology, vol. 42(4) 

Housley, W. and Fitzgerald, R (2008) Motives and Social Organisation: Sociological Amnesia, Psychological Description and the Analysis of Accounts, Qualitative Research, vol. 8(2)

Housley, W. and Fitzgerald, R (2008) Beyond the Discursive: The Case of Social Organisation. A Reply to Edwards, Hepburn and Potter, Qualitative Research, vol. 8(5)

Hughes, G, Governing the social and the problem of the 'stranger', Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 110

Hunter B and Ross, N. (2008) Re-Mapping Client Journeys and Professional Identities: a review of the literature on clinical pathways. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2008;45(4):608-625.

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Jewson, N, Unwin, L, Felstead, A, Fuller, A and Kakavelakis, K (2008) ‘“What’s the vision for this profession?” Learning environments of health visitors in an English city’, Learning as Work Research Paper No 14, January, Cardiff: Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

Jones R, Clarkson A,  Congram S and Stratton N, (forthcoming June 2008), Education and Imagination: Post-Jungian Perspectives, Routledge, ISBN: 978-0-415-43258-0

Jordan S and Segrott J. (2008) Editorial - Evidence-based practice: the debate. Journal of Nursing Management;16(4):385-387.

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Latimer, J (2008) Creating text, analysing text:  A note on ethnography, writing and power, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 106, ISBN 978-1-904815-71-6

Latimer, J (2008) Unsettling Bodies:  Frida Khalo's portraits and in/dividuality, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 112.

Latimer, J (2008)  Paper 119: Personhood and Time: technologies of assessment, ambiguous identities and giving people a future, Cardiff School of Social Sciences

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Moore L, Tapper K. (2008) The impact of school fruit tuck shops and school food policies on children's fruit consumption: A cluster randomised trial of schools in deprived areas. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Published Online First: 15th May 2008 [doi:10.1136/jech.2007.070953]

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Noaks, L. (2008) Holistic approaches to Early Intervention: what works in delivering effective partnerships, Research, Policy and Planning (forthcoming)

Noaks, L. (2008) Private and Public Policing in the U.K.: A Citizen Perspective on Partnership, Policing and Society (forthcoming).

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Papadopoulos, D. (forthcoming 2009). The politics of matter. Towards radical biological action.

Papadopoulos, D, & Sharma, S. (Eds.). (2008). Guest edited special issue: Race/Matter: Materialism and the politics of racialization. Darkmatter Journal, 2. [pp 82]

Papadopoulos, D, Stephenson, N., & Tsianos, V. (2008). Escape Routes. Control and subversion in the 21st century. London: Pluto Press. [pp 320]

Papadopoulos, D. (2008). In the ruins of representation: Identity, individuality, subjectification. British Journal of Social Psychology, 47(1), 139-165.

Pithouse A, (2008) ‘Foster care and challenging behaviour in Wales: Key characteristics of children and carers, Families in Society : The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, doi: 10.1606/1044-3894.3715

Pithouse A (2008) ‘Early intervention in the round: A great idea but…..’ British Journal of Social Work, on-line doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcm068

Pithouse A and Crowley A (2008) ‘Complaints and Advocacy: Getting behind the Rhetoric’ , in Advocacy for Children and Young People: Key Issues in Research, Policy and Practice (eds) Christine Oliver and Jane Dalrymple, London, Jessica Kingsley, pps132-149, ISBN 978 1 84310 547 3

Pithouse A and Crowley A (2008) ‘Children’s use of advocacy services in making complaints’ Advocacy for Children and Young People: Key Issues in Research, Policy and Practice (eds) Christine Oliver and Jane Dalrymple, London, Jessica Kingsley, pps150-168, ISBN 978 1 84310 547 3

Power, S and Whitty G (2008) Paper 118: Graduating and gradations within the middle class: the legacy of an elite higher education, Cardiff School of Social Sciences

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Raisanen L. (2008) A permutation-coded evolutionary strategy for multi-objective GSM network planning. J Heauristics 2008. Published online 13th April 2007. 14: 1-21. (doi:10.1007/s10732-007-9024-4)

Rolfe G, Segrott J, Jordan S. (2008)Tensions and contradictions in nurses' perspectives of evidence-based practice. Journal of Nursing Management 2008;16(4):440-451.

Robinson, A (2008) Measuring what Matters in Specialist Domestic Violence Courts, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 102, ISBN 978-1-904815-68-6

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Sampson, H (2008) 'Speaking up for better on-board welfare', The Sea, London: Mission to Seafarers, Issue 191, Jan/Feb pp4-5. 

Sampson, H., Bloor, M., Fincham, B. (2008) 'A Price Worth Paying? Considering the 'Cost' of Reflexive Research Methods and the Influence of Feminist Ways of 'Doing', Sociology, 42(5): 919-933.

Scourfield, J, Holland S. and Young, C (2008) ‘Social work in Wales since democratic devolution’ Australian Social Work, 61 (1) 42-56

Scourfield, J (2008) Mapping the provision of professional doctorate programmes in social work:  a survey of UK universities, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 103

Stephens, N (2008) Political interpretative flexibility and the economics of inflation and unemployment, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper 114

Stroud, D and Fairbrother, P (forthcoming November 2008) ‘The importance of workplace learning for trade unions: A study of the steel industry’, Studies in Continuing Education 30, 3

Stroud, D and Fairbrother, P (2008) ‘Training and Workforce Transformation in the European Steel Industry: Questions for Public Policy’, Policy Studies 29, 2, pp.145-161

Stroud, D. and Fairbrother, P (2008) ‘Workplace Learning: A Trade Union Failure to Service Needs’ Journal of Workplace Learning 20, 1, pp.6-20

Stroud, D. and Fairbrother, P (forthcoming, 2008/09) ‘Trade Union Strategies in the European Union Steel Industry’ in G. Gall (Ed.) Union organising: Current Practice, Future Prospects, Basingstoke, PalgraveMacMillan

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Tapper K, Murphy S, Lynch R, Clark R, Moore G.F. Moore L. Development of a scale to measure 9–11-year-olds' attitudes towards breakfast. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2008;62,:511–518

Taylor, C (2008) Innovation in Qualitative Research Methods:  Possibilities and Challenges, Cardiff, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper Series, Paper 121, ISBN 978-1-904815-84-6

Thompson A, Barley M, Sullivan S.A, Strange S.O, Moore L, Rogers P, Sipos A, Harrison G. The DEBIT trial: an intervention to reduce antipsychotic polypharmacy prescribing in adult psychiatry wards – a cluster randomized controlled trial. Psychological Medicine 2008;38(5):705-716.

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Unwin, L, Fuller, A, Bishop, D, Felstead, A, Jewson, N and Kakavelakis, K (2008) ‘Exploring the dangers and benefits of the UK’s permissive competence-based approach: the use of vocational qualifications as learning artefacts and tools for measurement in the automotive sector’, Learning as Work Research Paper No 15, January, Cardiff: Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

Unwin, L, Felstead, A, Fuller, A, Lee, T, Butler, P and Ashton, D (2008) 'Worlds within worlds: the relationship between context and pedagogy in the workplace', in Nijhof, W J and Nieuwenhuis, L F M (eds) The Learning Potential of the Workplace, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

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Warren E, Parry O, Lynch R, Murphy S (2008) 'If I don't like it then I can choose what I want': Welsh school children's accounts of preference for and control over food choice. Health Promotion International Advance Access published January 16, 2008. [doi:10.1093/heapro/dam045] 

Weinel, M (2008) Counterfeit Scientific Controversies in Science Policy Contexts, Cardiff, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper Series, Paper 120

Williams E, Parry O, Lynch R and Murphy S (2008) “If I don’t like it then I can choose what I want”: Children’s accounts of preference for and control over food choice. Health Promotion International 

Williams, S. N. (2008) Introducing the Citizens' POLIS:  A New Approach to Online Citizen Participation in Political Decision-Making, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Working Paper Series, Paper 117, ISBN 978-1-904815-78-5

Welsh, I and Blüdhorn, I (2008). The Politics of Unsustainability: Eco-Politics in the Post-environmental Era, London, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-46620-2, 215 pp.

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