Research and evaluation reports
Morgan, A. (2017) 'Lightbulb moments': evaluation of the pilot Power to Change educational self-help programme. For The Haven Wolverhampton.
Morgan, A. (2016) Impact Case Studies. A research report For The Haven Wolverhampton.
Morgan, A., Stonard, K., Lyle, C., Williams, C., and Bellingham-Young, D. (2017) Experiences of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and other forms of Violence and Help-seeking at the University of Wolverhampton. Unfunded research.
Williams, C., Morgan, A., Stonard, K., Bellingham-Young, D., and Lyle, C. (2016) Report of an Evaluation of Pearl House, Specialist Domestic Violence Mental Health Refuge, Wolverhampton. For The Haven Wolverhampton.
Bohne, S., Carrilho, P., Morgan, A., Silva, A and Silva, M. (2016) European women’s views on specialist counselling for female survivors of domestic violence and abuse, Journal of Health and Social Care Improvement, 1(1), 1-7.
Eshareturi, C., Lyle, C and Morgan, A. (2014) Policy Responses to Honour Based Violence: A Cultural or National Problem? Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 23(4), 1–14.
Eshareturi, C., Morgan, A. and Lyle, C. (2015) Proposed reforms to UK policy on honour based violence: the big societal divide? Journal of Health and Social Care Improvement, April 2015.
Lyle, C., Morgan, A and Stonard, K. (in prep) Challenging institutional taboos: identifying and responding to violence on university campuses in the UK, Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Stonard, K. E., Bowen, E., Walker, K., and Shelley, P. (2017) "They’ll always find a way to get to you": technology use in adolescent romantic relationships and its role in dating violence and abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 32(14), 2083-2117.
Stonard, K. E., Bowen, E., and Walker, K. (2015) Can I Check Your Messages?: Teens, Social Media, and Obsessive and Controlling Dating Behaviours. Every Child Journal, Vol 5.1, p. 12-18.
Stonard, K. E., Bowen, E., Lawrence, T., Shelley, P. (2014). The relevance of technology to the nature, prevalence, and impact of adolescent dating violence and abuse: a research synthesis. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 19(4), 390-417.
Stonard, K. E. and Bowen, E. (submitted). The Influence of Attachment to Parents, Friends, and Partners on the Relationship Between Friend Dating Violence and Self-Reported Experiences of Technology-Assisted and Offline Adolescent Dating Violence and Abuse. Journal of Research on Adolescence.
Stonard, K. E. (submitted). Technology-Assisted Adolescent Dating Violence and Abuse: A Factor Analysis of the Nature of Electronic Communication Technology Used Across Twelve Types of Abusive and Controlling Behaviour. Computers in Human Behaviour.
Stonard, K. E. The prevalence and overlap of technology-assisted and offline adolescent dating violence and abuse. Journal of Social Networks.
Stonard, K. E. Correlates of technology-assisted adolescent dating violence and abuse. Social Development.
Stonard, K. E. Technology was designed for this: adolescents’ perceptions of the role and impact of the use of electronic communication technology in technology-assisted adolescent dating violence and abuse. Psychology of Violence.
Conference papers, presentations and workshops
Lyle, C and Morgan, A. (Nov, 2016) Institutional culture vs individual experience: challenging institutional barriers in order to develop a policy fit for purpose. Universities UK (London) conference on Tackling violence against women, harassment and hate crime affecting university students. 3 November 2016.
Lyle, C and Morgan, A. (Sept 2016) Preventing and effectively responding to violence on campus: developing a University policy. Social Welfare Research Seminar, Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing, University of Wolverhampton. 20 September 2016.
Stonard L. et al. (June 2017) Challenging institutional taboos: identifying and responding to violence on university campuses in the UK. Interpersonal Violence Interventions - Social and Cultural Perspectives International conference. University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, 14-16 June 2017.
Stonard, K. (June 2015). A Qualitative Study Exploring the Impact of Technology-Assisted Adolescent Dating Violence and Abuse. Presentation at the Violence: Children, Family, and Society Conference, University of Northampton, UK, June 2015.
Stonard, K. E. (2014). They’ll Always Find a Way to Get to You: Adolescent Experiences of Social media, Romantic Relationships, and Controlling Behaviours. Presentation at the Violence and Interpersonal Aggression (VIA) Special Interest Group Inaugural Conference, Coventry University, UK, October 2014.
Stonard, K. E. (2014). A Qualitative Study Exploring the Relevance of Technology to Adolescent Dating Violence. Presentation as part of the symposium: Perspectives on intimate partner violence, at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, International Convention Centre, Birmingham, UK, May 2014.
Articles in preparation
Lyle, C., Morgan, A, Stonard, K, and Williams, C. Managing Disclosures of VAWG on University Campus: Developing a Safe Environment to Report Abuse and Gendered Aggression’.
Stonard, K. E. Explaining adolescent dating violence and abuse and technology-assisted adolescent dating violence and abuse: risk factors and correlates. Trauma, Violence and Abuse, OR Criminology.
Tsouroufli, M, Morgan, A., Stonard, K. et al. Guest Editorial team for Special Issue of the International Perspectives to Equality and Diversity, entitled ‘Intersectional and cultural aspects of schools related gender-based violence in Europe’.
Wright, A and Morgan, A. Holistic evidence-based assessments and early help: rhetoric and reality in the current policy context, Critical Practice Studies.