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BASW Neurodivergent Social Workers Special Interest Group, Solomon, Deb, McCabe, Jenni, Symonds, Sandy, Buckley, Aga and Grimm, David (2023) Neurodistinct social workers need allyship. Professional Social Work, Mar/Apr, p. 35.

Breckon, Jonathan and Boaz, Annette (2023) How did we get here? What works in the UK? A personal journey. In: Sanders, Michael and Breckon, Jonathan, (eds.) The What Works Centres : Lessons and insights from an evidence movement. Bristol, U.K. : Policy Press. pp. 12-26. ISBN 9781447365099

Buckley, Aga, Calestani, Melania and Curtis, Katherine (2023) When Heidegger meets Freire. In: JSWEC 2023: Social Work Education, Research and Practice in Turbulent Times; 15-16 Jun 2023, Glasgow, U.K..

Buckley, Aga M., Alice, Cat and Mad Hatter (2023) Bona Fide : neither specious nor counterfeit...more often sincere than genuine, yet always 'in good faith'. In: Maclean, Siobhan and Bentley-Simon, Kelly, (eds.) Emergence : hidden narratives from neurodivergent social workers. Lichfield, U.K. : Kirwin Maclean Associates. pp. 124-128. ISBN 9781912130764


Carter, Elisabeth (2023) Inside romance frauds : how can analysing discourses in social science research help us understand one of the UK’s most damaging ‘white collar’ crimes? Sociology Review, (In Press)

Connell, Sue (2023) Putting the ‘virtual’ into supervision during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Practice: Social Work in Action, ISSN (print) 0950-3153 (Epub Ahead of Print)


Feinstein, Leon, Hyde-Dryden, Georgia, Baginsky, Mary and Hood, Rick (2023) Overcoming behavioural & cultural barriers to multi-agency information sharing in children's social care. (Project Report) Oxford, U.K. : Rees Centre, University of Oxford.

Foster, M. John (2023) An enhanced role for CSR in corporate governance. BOHR International Journal of Business Ethics and Corporate Governance, 2(1), pp. 1-11. ISSN (print) 2583-5823


Hood, Rick, Goldacre, Allie, Jones, Ed, King, Adam, Clements, Keith and Webb, Calum (2023) Categorising demand for child welfare services using latent class analysis : a study of the national data-sets on children in need in England. The British Journal of Social Work, ISSN (print) 0045-3102 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Hood, Rick (2023) Inequality and social work. London, U.K. : Sage. 200p. ISBN 9781529768794 (In Press)


Kassem, Rasha and Carter, Elisabeth (2023) Mapping romance fraud research – a systematic review. Journal of Financial Crime, ISSN (print) 1359-0790 (Epub Ahead of Print)


Sanders, Michael and Breckon, Jonathan, eds. (2023) The What Works Centres : lessons and insights from an evidence movement. Bristol, U.K. : Policy Press. 278p. ISBN 9781447365099

Solomon, Deb, Hawker, Max, Morgan, Miranda, Buckley, Aga and Bentley-Simon, Kelly (2023) The neurodivergent practitioner : an atypical experience of social work. In: Social Work England : Social Work Week 2023; 20-24 Mar 2023, Held online. (Unpublished)

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