Books

Books published by CASCADE academics

Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. eds. 2018. Emotion and the researcher: sites, subjectivities, and relationships. Studies in Qualitative Methodology. Bingley: Emerald.

Doughty, J., Reed, L. and Magrath, P. 2018. Transparency in the family courts: publicity and privacy in practice. Bloomsbury Professional.

Hallett, S. 2017. Making sense of Child Sexual Exploitation. Policy Press.

Mannay, D. ed. 2016. Our changing land: revisiting gender, class and identity in contemporary Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Teater, B., Devaney, J., Forrester, D., Scourfield, J., & Carpenter, J. (2016). Quantitative research methods for social work: Making social work count. Macmillan International Higher Education.

Holland, S. and Scourfield, J. B. 2015. Social work: a very short introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Pithouse, A. J. and Rees, A. 2014. Creating stable foster placements: Learning from foster children and the families who care for them. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Scourfield, J. B.et al. 2013. Muslim childhood: religious nurture in a European context. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Book chapters and contributions to edited books

2019

Mannay, D., Rees, A. and Roberts, L. 2019. Introduction. In: Mannay, D., Rees, A. and Roberts, L. eds. Children and young people ‘looked after’? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales.. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 1-12.

Mannay, D., Rees, A. and Roberts, L. 2019. Conclusion. In: Mannay, D., Rees, A. and Roberts, L. eds. Children and young people ‘looked after’? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales.. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 228-240.

Mannay, D. and Staples, E. 2019. Sandboxes, stickers and superheroes: Employing creative techniques to explore the aspirations and experiences of children and young people who are looked after. In: Mannay, D., Rees, A. and Roberts, L. eds. Children and young people ‘looked after’? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 169-182.

Mannay, D.et al. 2019. Lights, camera, action:Translating research findings into policy and practice impacts with music, film and artwork. In: Mannay, D., Rees, A. and Roberts, L. eds. Children and young people ‘looked after’? Education, intervention and the everyday culture of care in Wales.. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 210-224.

2018

Mannay, D. 2018. ‘You just get on with it’: Negotiating the telling and silencing of trauma and its emotional impacts in interviews with marginalised mothers. In: Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. eds. Emotion and the researcher: sites, subjectivities, and relationships, Vol. 16. Studies in Qualitative Methodology Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald, pp. 66-81.

Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. 2018. Introduction: Why emotion matters. In: Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. eds. Emotion and the researcher: sites, subjectivities, and relationships, Vol. 16. Studies in Qualitative Methodology Bingley: Emerald, pp. 1-18.

Latchem-Hastings, G. 2018. The emotions of ‘doing ethics’ in healthcare research: a researcher’s reflexive account. In: Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. eds. Emotion and the researcher: Sites, Subjectivities and Relationships. Studies in Qualitative Methodology United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing, pp. 213-228.

Roberts, E. 2018. The ‘Transient Insider’: identity and intimacy in home community research. In: Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. eds. Emotion and the researcher: sites, subjectivities, and relationships, Vol. 16. Emerald

Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. 2018. Afterword. In: Loughran, T. and Mannay, D. eds. Emotion and the researcher: sites, subjectivities, and relationships, Vol. 16. Bingley: Emerald, pp. 261-268.

Mannay, D. 2018. Ethnography in inaccessible fields: drawing on visual approaches to understand the private space of the home. In: Kleinknecht, S., van den Scott, L. and Sanders, C. B. eds. The Craft of Qualitative Research. Toronto, Canada: Canadian Scholars’ Press

Mannay, D.et al. 2018. ‘Watching what I’m doing, watching how I’m doing it’: Exploring the everyday experiences of surveillance and silenced voices among marginalised mothers in Welsh low-income locales. In: Taylor, T. and Bloch, K. eds. Marginalized Mothers, Mothering from the Margins. Advances in Gender Research, Vol. 25. Bingley: Emerald

2017

Scourfield, J.et al. 2017. Learning to be a Muslim. In: Strhan, A., Parker, S. G. and Ridgely, S. B. eds. The Bloomsbury Reader in Religion and Childhood.   Bloomsbury, pp. 123-130.

Slater, T. 2017. Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) and suicidality. In: Retkowski, A., Treibel, A. and Tuider, E. eds. Handbuch Sexualisierte Gewalt und pädagogische Kontexte Theorie, Forschung, Praxis. Beltz Juventa

2016

Scourfield, J. B. and Lewinson, E. 2016. Engaging black fathers in child protection services. In: Bernard, C. and Harris, P. eds. Safeguarding Black Children: Good Practice in Child Protection.   Jessica Kingsley, pp. 165-176

Teater, B.et al. 2016. Quantitative research methods for social work: making social work count. Palgrave.

Mannay, D. 2016. The politics of visibility, voice and anonymity: ethically disseminating visual research findings without the pictures. In: Warr, D. et al. eds. Ethics and Visual Research Methods: Theory, Methodology and Practice. London: Palgrave Macmillan

Mannay, D. 2016. Conclusion. In: Mannay, D. ed. Our Changing Land: Revisiting Gender, Class and Identity in Contemporary Wales. Gender Studies in Wales Cardiff: University of Wales Press

Mannay, D. 2016. Who should do the dishes now? Revisiting gender and housework in contemporary urban South Wales. In: Mannay, D. ed. Our Changing Land: Revisiting Gender, Class and Identity in Contemporary Wales. Gender Studies in Wales Cardiff: University of Wales Press

Mannay, D. 2016. Introduction. In: Mannay, D. ed. Our Changing Land: Revisiting Gender, Class and Identity in Contemporary Wales. Gender Studies in Wales Cardiff: University of Wales Press

Mannay, D. and Creaghan, J. 2016. Similarity and familiarity: reflections on indigenous ethnography with mothers, daughters and school teachers on the margins of contemporary Wales. In: Ward, M. ed. Gender Identity and Research Relationships, Vol. 14. Studies in Qualitative Methods Bingley: Emerald, pp. 85-103., (10.1108/S1042-319220160000014017)

2015

Elliott, M. 2015. Quantitative research and the secondary analysis of longitudinal data in social work research in Hardwick, L. et al (eds.) Innovations in social work research: Using methods creatively.  London.  Jessica Kingsley Publishers. pp. 259 – 271

Holland, S. and Scourfield, J. B. 2015. Social work: a very short introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Moore, G.et al. 2015. Process evaluation of complex interventions: a summary of Medical Research Council guidance. In: Richards, D. and Hallberg, I. eds. Complex interventions in health: an overview of research methods. London: Routledge

2014

Crowley, A. (2014) Evaluating the impact of children and young people’s participation in public decision-making. In Westwood, J., Larkins, C., Moxon, D., Perry, Y, and Thomas, N. (eds). Participation, Citizenship and Intergenerational Relations in Children and Young People’s Lives: Children and Adults in Conversation. Basingstoke: Palgrave Pivot.

2013

Crowley, A. (2013) Children’s Participation in Wales. In Williams, J. (ed.). The UNCRC in Wales (pp.215-230). Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Crowley, A. and Croke, R. (2013) Child Poverty and Human Rights. In Williams, J. (ed.). UNCRC in Wales (pp. 79-92).Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

2012

Holland, S. and Love, C. (2012) in Davies, M. (ed.) Social Work with Children and Families, Basingstoke: Palgrave, ‘Adoption and fostering in practice’, pp. 230-242.

Ross, N.J., Renold, E., Holland, S. and Hillman, A. (2012) ‘Meaningful meanderings: using mobile methods to research young people’s everyday lives’, in Heath, S. and Walker, C. (eds.) Innovations in Youth Research, Basingstoke: Palgrave. pp. 37-57.

2011

Peckover S, Broadhurst K, White S, Wastell D, Pithouse A Hall C (2011) ‘The fallacy of formalisation: Practice Makes Process in the Assessment of Risks to Children’ (eds) H Kemshall and B Wilkinson,  Good Practice in Assessing Risk,  London, JKP, pps84-101

Croke, R. and Crowley, A. (2011) Human Rights and Child Poverty in the UK. In Invernizzi, A. and Williams, J. (eds). The Human Rights of Children (pp.263-286). Farnham: Ashgate.

Crowley, A. (2011) Child Poverty in Wales. In Williams, C. (ed.). Social Policy for Social Welfare Practice in a Devolved Wales (second edition) (pp. 71-92). Birmingham: Venture Press/BASW.

Scourfield, J. (in press) Fathers, fathering and fatherhood. In L. Dominelli (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences (social work section). Elsevier.