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Apps, J. (2009) Supporting parents and professionals. Children in Scotland. ISSN 1474-9424.

Apps, J., Ashby, V. and Baumann, M. (2007) Family support in extended schools: planning, commissioning and delivery. Project Report. London, UK: National Family and Parenting Institute.

Apps, J. and Christie, S. (2018) First in family to attend University: understanding and enabling the parent-child support relationship. International Journal About Parents in Education, 10 (1). pp. 59-69.

Apps, J., Reynolds, J., Ashby, V. and Husain, F. (2007) Family support in children's centres: planning, commissioning and delivery. Project Report. London, UK: National Family and Parenting Institute.


Barrett, H., Apps, J., Petrou, T., Ntow, S., Husain, F. and Henricson, C. (2006) Linking up directories of children's services. Project Report. London, UK: Department of Education and Skills.

Bernal, C. (2005) Challenging the tragedy. In: Warner, H., ed. Meeting the Needs of Children with Disabilities: Families and Professionals Facing the Challenge Together. London, UK: Routledge. pp. 24-28 ISBN 9780415280389

Bernal, C. (2005) Managing difficult behaviour in the acute setting. In: Warner, H., ed. Meeting the Needs of Children with Disabilities: Families and Professionals Facing the Challenge Together. London, UK: Routledge. pp. 119-127 ISBN 9780415280389

Bernal, C. (2005) The sociological and historical context of disability. In: Warner, H., ed. Meeting the Needs of Children with Disabilities: Families and Professionals Facing the Challenge Together. London, UK: Routledge. pp. 14-23 ISBN 9780415280389

Blackman, S. J. (1996) Has drug culture become an inevitable part of youth culture? A critical assessment of drug education. Educational Review, 48 (2). pp. 131-142. ISSN 0013-1911.

Blackman, S. J. (2010) Rituals of intoxication: young people, drugs, risk and leisure. In: Bramham, P. and Wagg, S., eds. The New Politics of Leisure and Pleasure. Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan. ISBN 9780230216846

Blackman, S. J. (2010) ‘Seat of your pants’: towards a reflexive theoretical model of fieldwork relations in ethnographic studies on young people. In: 6th Annual Conference: The Social Life Of Methods, 31 August - 3 September 2010, St Hugh's College Oxford.

Blackman, S. J. (2005) Youth subcultural theory: a critical engagement with the concept, its origins and politics, from the Chicago School to postmodernism. Journal of Youth Studies, 8 (1). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1367-6261.

Bristow, J. (2015) After the election: beware the politics of generationalism.

Bristow, J. (2016) Baby Boomers and the discourse of parental irresponsibility. In: Parenting and Personhood: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Expertise, Family Life and Risk Management, 23rd-24th June 2016, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

Bristow, J. (2016) Don’t tell young people how to talk to gran. spiked.

Bristow, J. (2016) Generations and the intimate politics of reproduction. In: Gender Research Seminar 2016, 17th-18th May, 2016, University of Ghent, Belgium.

Bristow, J. (2015) Helicopter or hands-off: today’s parents can’t seem to win. The

Bristow, J. (2015) Looking back, thinking forward. Conscience, 36 (1). pp. 26-28. ISSN 0740-6835.

Bristow, J. (2016) The generation wars. spiked.

Bristow, J. and Lee, E. (2016) Rules about how to behave in pregnancy diminish women’s freedom. The Conversation.

Burns, J. (2010) Foreword. In: Butler, C., O'Donovan, A. and Shaw, E., eds. Sex, Sexuality and Therapeutic Practice: A Manual for Therapists and Trainers. London: Routledge. xiii-xv ISBN 9780415448086


Carter, J. (2016) "Age-dissimilar couples and romantic relationships: ageless love?", by Lara McKenzie. Anthropological Forum, 26 (2). pp. 199-201. ISSN 0066-4677.

Carter, J. (2013) Legal rights for people who live apart together. In: British Sociological Association Conference 2013 - Engaging Sociology, 3rd-5th April, 2013, Grand Connaught Rooms, London.

Carter, J. (2012) Living apart together: towards a multi-dimensional understanding. In: British Sociological Association Conference 2012: Sociology in an Age of Austerity, 11th-13th April, 2012, University of Leeds.

Carter, J. (2016) Something old, something new: Bricolage and wedding traditions. In: One-day symposium: ‘Something old, Something New: the Wedding Spectacle Across Contemporary Media Cultures’, 16th September, 2016, University of Leicester.

Carter, J. (2016) Troubling relationships: towards a new language of personal life. In: British Sociological Association Conference, 5th-7th April, 2016, Aston University, Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished)

Carter, J. (2012) What is commitment? Women's accounts of intimate attachment. Families, Relationships and Societies, 1 (2). pp. 137-153. ISSN 2046-7435.

Carter, J. (2017) Why marry? The role of tradition in women’s marital aspirations. Sociological Research Online, 22 (1). ISSN 1360-7804.

Carter, J. (2015) The wedding paradox: individualised conformity. In: British Sociological Association Conference, 15-17 Apr, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Carter, J. (2016) The wedding: constructing family meaning through ritual. In: Third ISA Forum of Sociology: The Futures We Want: Global Sociology and the Struggles for a Better World, 10th-14th July, 2016, Vienna, Austria. (Unpublished)

Carter, J. and Chatterjee, A. (2018) Researching race in a white space: negotiating interviews at white-wedding shows in England. Sage Research Methods Cases Part 2.

Carter, J. and Duncan, S. (2016) Wedding paradoxes: individualized conformity and the ‘perfect day’. The Sociological Review. ISSN 1467-954X.

Carter, J., Duncan, S. and Garbutt, E. (2014) The wedding paradox: a pilot study. In: One Plus One, 21st October 2014, One Plus One, London.

Christie, S. (2015) The experience of pregnancy and early parenting for women who are addicted to heroin. In: Shanghai Baoshan Education Bureau Conference in Early Childhood Education, 14th November, Shanghai.

Ciocia, S. (2015) Lost in cinematic translation: the “soft-boiled” housewife in The Blank Wall and American gender politics after WWII. Literature/Film Quarterly, 43 (3). pp. 170-187. ISSN 0090-4260.

Coren, E. and Barlow, J. (2011) Individual and group-based parenting programmes for improving psychosocial outcomes for teenage parents and their children. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (Online), 3 (CD0029). ISSN 1469-493X.

Cotton, D., Reynolds, J. and Apps, J. (2009) Training for parenting support. Project Report. London, UK: National Family and Parenting Institute.


David, T., Goouch, K. and Powell, S. (2004) Research matters. In: Abbott, L. and Langston, A., eds. Birth to Three Matters. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press. pp. 42-55 ISBN 9780335215409

David, T., Powell, S. and Goouch, K. (2010) Young children's relationships in the UK. In: Kernan, M. and Singer, E., eds. Young Children's Relationships in a Changing World. Netherlands: Routledge.

David, T., Tonkin, J., Powell, S. and Anderson, C. (2005) Ethical aspects of power in research with children. In: Farrell, A., ed. Ethical Research with Children. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press. pp. 124-137 ISBN 9780335216505

Day, J. (2016) Physical activity careers and oral histories of family membership: a synthesised approach to understanding physical activity and well-being in family contexts. In: World Congress for the International Sociology of Sport Association, 8th-12th June, 2016, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.

Day, J. (2017) Physical activity, families and households. In: Piggin, J., Mansfield, L. and Weed, M. E., eds. The Routledge Handbook of Physical Activity Policy and Practice. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138943087

Day, J. (2014) Research issues in the sociology of physical activity, health and wellbeing in the context of ‘families’. In: Psychology, Sociology and Politics Conference for PhD Students and Early Career Researchers, 26th June, 2014, Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

Day, J. (2016) The social becoming of family memberships and physical activity careers. In: 5th International Conference for Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 30th August-2nd September, 2016, University of Chichester.

Deakin, A. (2016) Experiences of being bilingual: seven French and Spanish-speaking families in Kent. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Duncan, S., Carter, J., Phillips, M., Roseneil, S. and Stoilova, M. (2012) Legal rights for people who 'live apart together'? Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 34 (4). pp. 443-458. ISSN 0964-9069.

Duncan, S., Carter, J., Phillips, M., Roseneil, S. and Stoilova, M. (2013) Why do people live apart together? Families, Relationships and Societies, 2 (3). pp. 323-338. ISSN 2046-7435.

Duncan, S., Phillips, M., Roseneil, S., Carter, J. and Stoilova, M. (2013) Living Apart Together: uncoupling intimacy and co-residency. Other. Birkbeck, University of London.

Dykes, J., Brunner, E.J., Martikainen, P. T. and Wardle, J. (2004) Socioeconomic gradient in body size and obesity among women: the role of dietary restraint, disinhibition and hunger in the Whitehall II study. International Journal of Obesity, 28. pp. 262-268. ISSN 0307-0565.

Dykes, J., Ladley, P. and Laungani, P. (1997) Child physical abuse referrals in an area of South London. Discussion Paper. London, UK: South Bank University.


Forrest, S. and Clift, S. M. (1998) Gay tourist space and sexual risk behaviour. In: Aitchison, C. and Jordan, F., eds. Gender, Space and Identity. Eastbourne: Leisure Studies Association. pp. 163-176 ISBN 9780906337738

Franz, A., Worrell, M. and Vögele, C. (2015) Discourses of sexual relationships in a sample of German and British young people: a Q methodological study. Culture, Health & Sexuality. ISSN 1369-1058.


Gallagher, F. and Jasper, M. (2003) Health visitors’ experiences of Family Group Conferences in relation to child protection planning: a phenomenological study. Journal of Nursing Management, 11 (6). pp. 377-386. ISSN 0966-0429.

Godfrey, R. C., Powell, S. and Reardon, D. (2008) Funding possibilities for childcare. Report. Unified Child Care Agency.

Godfrey, R. C., Powell, S. and Reardon, D. (2008) Summary of key childcare (birth to 16) policies, strategies and regulations. Report. Unified Child Care Agency.

Godfrey, R. C., Powell, S. and Reardon, D. (2008) Survey of staff and students: views on childcare. Report. Unified Child Care Agency.

Goouch, K. (2010) The baby room. In: Talk To Your Baby 2010 Conference, 18 October 2010, London.

Goouch, K. (2010) The baby room: who cares? In: Twentieth European Conference on the Quality of Early Childhood Education, 5 - 8 September 2010, University of Birmingham.

Graca, S. (2018) Addressing domestic abuse in university student populations. In: Round Table on Domestic Abuse: Traditional Assumptions and Modern Realities, 21 Feb 2018, CCCU.

Graca, S. (2017) Domestic violence policy and legislation in the UK: a discussion of immigrant women’s vulnerabilities. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22 (1). ISSN 2059-0881.

Graca, S. (2017) Portuguese culture and legal consciousness: a discussion of immigrant women’s perceptions of and reactions to domestic violence. International Journal of Law in Context.

Graca, S. (2015) Use of domestic violence services by Portuguese women in England. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 37 (1). pp. 38-52. ISSN 0964-9069.

Graham-Matheson, L., Hryniewicz, L., Powell, S., Meehan, P. and Robinson, S. (2009) Children's views of their workforce. Report. Leeds, UK: Children's Workforce Network.


Hall, M. (2012) SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM - do you trust me - scientific research reaffirming vocal gender. In: SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM 2013, 7th May 2013, London College of Communications.

Hatzidimitriadou, E. and Cakir, S. G. (2013) Post-migration wellbeing, community activism and empowerment: the case of Turkish-speaking women in London. In: Gideon, J. and Thomas, F., eds. Migration, Health and Inequality. London: Zed Books. pp. 180-197 ISBN 9781780321240

Honarbin-Holliday, M. (2009) Becoming visible in Iran: women in contemporary Iranian society. International Library of Iranian Studies, 14. London: I.B. Tauris. ISBN 9781845118785.

Hutchfield, K. (1999) Family-centred care: a concept analysis. Journal Of Advanced Nursing, 29 (5). pp. 1178-1187.


Jobson, A. (2018) A Queen in the shadows: Sanchia of Provence, Richard of Cornwall and a royal life unveiled. Women's History Review. ISSN 0961-2025. (In Press)

Jones, T. (2005) Father and son. [Video]


Kellett, J. and Apps, J. (2009) Assessments of parenting and parenting support need: a study of four professional groups. Project Report. York, UK: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Kent, R. (2017) ‘Helping’ or ‘appropriating’? Gender relations in shea nut production in northern Ghana. Society and Natural Resources. ISSN 0894-1920.


Lee, E., Bristow, J., Faircloth, C. and Macvarish, J. (2014) Parenting culture studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137304636.

Lindsay, J. and Hatzidimitriadou, E. (2012) Domestic violence in Europe: study on determinants and characteristics of domestic violence in England. In: Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: Action and Impact (SWSD 2012), 8th-12th July, 2012, Stockholm, Sweden.


Maddocks, C. (2012) An exploration of close relatives' experience of help-seeking for dementia. D.Clin.Psychol. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Marsh, I. (2010) Queering suicide: the figure of the problematic "suicidal homosexual" in psychiatric discourse. In: Scherer, B., ed. Queering Paradigms. Oxford: Peter Lang. pp. 141-159 ISBN 9783039119707

Maxwell, A., Proctor, J. and Hammond, L. (2011) 'Me and my child': parenting experiences of young mothers leaving care. Adoption and Fostering, 35 (4). pp. 29-41. ISSN 0308-5759E.

Maynard, T. (2002) Boys and literacy: exploring the issues. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780415237611.

Maynard, T. (2007) Forest Schools in Great Britain: an initial exploration. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 8 (4). pp. 320-331. ISSN 1463-9491.

Maynard, T. (2009) Foreword. In: Thomas, N., ed. Children, Politics and Communication. Bristol, UK: The Policy Press. pp. 7-9 ISBN 9781847421838

Maynard, T. (2004) Young children and gender. In: Maynard, T. and Thomas, N., eds. An Introduction to Early Childhood Studies. London, UK: Sage. pp. 39-50 ISBN 9780761970743

Maynard, T. and Thomas, N. (2004) Editors' introduction and section introductions. In: Maynard, T. and Thomas, N., eds. An Introduction to Early Childhood Studies. London, UK: Sage. pp. 1-4 ISBN 9780761970743

Maynard, T. and Thomas, N., eds. (2009) An introduction to early childhood studies. 2nd ed. London: Sage. ISBN 9781847871688.

Maynard, T. and Thomas, N., eds. (2004) An introduction to early childhood studies. London: Sage. ISBN 0761970738.

Milne, A., Hatzidimitriadou, E. and Wiseman, J. (2007) Health and quality of life among older people in rural England: exploring the impact and efficacy of policy. Journal of Social Policy, 36 (3). pp. 477-495. ISSN 0047-2794.


Ntontis, Evangelos (2019) Anti-abortion rhetoric and the undermining of choice: Women’s agency as causing “psychological trauma” following the termination of a pregnancy. Political Psychology. ISSN 1467-9221 online. (In Press)


Oulton, C. (2015) ”If only there would pass away the horror of those hands!” Cholmondeley, Jerome and the woman’s touch in the fin de siècle city. Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies. ISSN 1327-8726.


Payne, M. (2018) Construction and validation of the perceptions of roles and responsibilities in a relationship scale for heterosexual women and an exploration with gender ideology. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Penn, H. and Maynard, T. (2010) Siyabonana: building better childhoods in South Africa. Building Better Childhoods. Edinburgh, UK: Children in Scotland. ISBN 9781901589887.

Powell, S. (2009) Children's participation in democratic decision-making: outcomes evidence. Report. Kent County Council.

Powell, S. (2000) Constructing early childhood in China. In: European Early Childhood Educational Research Association International Conference, Institute of Education, London.

Powell, S. (2004) Gender issues in Chinese early childhood. In: British Educational Research Association Early Years Special Interest Group Research Conference, University of Warwick.

Powell, S. (2006) Involving children in strategic planning for play. In: Making Policy Make Sense International Early Years Conference, Canterbury, UK.

Powell, S. (2004) Remembering risk and resilience in work with young families. In: Kent Children's Fund Family Liaison Officers' Annual Conference, Kent.

Powell, S. (2009) Working together for young children: messages from research. In: Thanet Children's Centres Conference, May 2009, Sure Start Children's Centre Millmead.

Powell, S. (2009) The current and future markets for Playwork NVQs. Report. Kent Children's Fund Network.

Powell, S., Bailey, R. and Stewart, Y. (2004) Evaluation of Leicester Children's Fund: final report. Report. Leicester Children's Fund.

Powell, S. and Stow, W. (2004) Evaluation of the Kent Family Liaison Officer Service: final report to Kent Children's Fund. Report. Birmingham, UK: University of Birmingham.

Powell, S. and Wellard, I. (2008) Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play. Report. London, UK: Play England.


Quarmby, T. and Dagkas, S. (2010) Children's engagement in leisure time physical activity: exploring family structure as a determinant. Leisure Studies, 29 (1). pp. 53-66. ISSN 0261-4367.

Quarmby, T. and Dagkas, S. (2015) Informal mealtime pedagogies: exploring the influence of family structure on young people's healthy eating dispositions. Sport, Education and Society, 20 (3). pp. 323-339. ISSN 1357-3322.


Reid, H. and Fielding, A. (2007) Providing support to young people: a guide to interviewing in helping relationships. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780415419604.

Rhodes, D. (2014) FAN - A novel. London: Arcadia Books. ISBN 9781909807808.

Robinson, S., Meehan, C. and Powell, S. (2010) Kent healthy early years pilot. In: The London Metropolitan University Early Childhood Studies Scheme and the National Children's Bureau Early Childhood Unit, 30 April 2010, London Metropolitan University, London, UK.


Sah, R.K. (2017) Positive sexual health: an ethnographic exploration of social and cultural factors affecting sexual lifestyles and relationships of Nepalese young people in the UK. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Shildrick, T., MacDonald, R. and Blackman, S. J. (2010) Young people, class and place. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415567565.

Soan, S. (2006) Are the needs of children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural needs being served within a multi-agency framework? Support for Learning, 21 (4). pp. 210-215. ISSN 0268-2141.

Spruin, E., Alleyne, E. and Papadaki, I. (2015) Domestic abuse victims’ perceptions of abuse and support: a narrative study. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 1 (1). pp. 19-28. ISSN 2056-3841.

Stoilova, M., Roseneil, S., Carter, J., Duncan, S. and Phillips, M. (2016) Constructions, reconstructions and deconstructions of ‘family’ amongst people who live apart together (LATs). The British Journal Of Sociology. ISSN 0007-1315.

Summerson, M. (2001) The taboo on female subjectivity. Journal of the Women’s Sahayog, 6. pp. 28-33.


Thurgate, C. (2009) Developing the child care workforce through collaboration: friend or foe? In: International New Types of Workers in Health and Social Care: Skills for Health/Skills for Care, Jan 2009, London, UK.

Thurgate, C. (2009) An HE work-based learning project - diagnosing, supporting and validating learning in the workplace, developing transdisciplinary roles. In: International New Types of Workers in Health and Social Care: Skills for Health/Skills for Care, Jan 2009, London, UK.

Tong, S. and Silvestri, M. (2015) Women and police leadership: a European insight. In: European Society of Criminology, 2nd-5th September, 2015, Porto, Portugal. (Unpublished)


Vetere, A., Dowling, E., Harris, Rita, Papadopoulos, R., Raval, H. and Wren, B. (2002) The changing family. The Psychologist, 15 (10). pp. 514-517. ISSN 0952-8229.


Watt, R. G., Dykes, J. and Sheiham, A. (2000) Drink consumption in British preschool children: relation to vitamin C, iron and calcium intakes. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 13 (1). pp. 13-19. ISSN 0952-3871.

West, L. R. (2008) Gendered space: men, families and learning. In: Ostrouch, J. and Ollagnier, E., eds. Researching Gender in Adult Learning. European Studies in Lifelong Learning and Adult Learning Research, 3. Oxford: Peter Lang. pp. 69-87 ISBN 9783631582510

Williams, M. (2004) What teenage girls write to agony aunts: Their relationships, perception, pressures and needs. Health Education Journal, 63 (4). pp. 324-333. ISSN 0017-8969.

Wollny, I., Apps, J. and Henricson, C. (2010) Can government measure family wellbeing? Discussion Paper. Family and Parenting Institute.

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