Please see below, for a list of recent journal articles from our core research staff, from 2014 and onwards, sorted by author.
We have made our best efforts to ensure our content is open-access, where possible.
Smallcombe, J., Tolfrey, K. and Massie, R. (2019) ‘Effects of a twelve-week exercise intervention on subsequent compensatory behaviours in adolescent girls: an exploratory study’, Pediatric Exercise Science.
Massie, R., Machin, R., McCormack, F., Kurth, J. (2018). Having a voice: a collaborative research project exploring the challenges and assets of people experiencing homelessness. Journal of Integrated Care.
Massie, R., Smith, B., Tolfrey, K. (2015). Recommendations for recruiting and retaining adolescent girls in chronic exercise (training) research studies. Sports, 3(3), 219-235.
Jolly, A. (2019). Consulting the oracle: Using the Delphi method in research with undocumented migrant children. Social Research Practice.
Vita, T. and Jolly, A. (2019) ‘Participatory filmmaking in voluntary sector research: innovative or problematic?’, Voluntary Sector Review.
Jolly, A. (2018) ‘No Recourse to Social Work? Statutory neglect, social exclusion and undocumented migrant families in the UK’ Social Inclusion, 6:3 pp.190-200.
Jolly, A. (2017) ‘You Just Have to Work with What You’ve Got’ Practitioner Research with Precarious Migrant Families, Practice, 30:2, 99-116.
Simpson, E., Morgan, C. and Caulfield, L. S. (2019). From the outside in: Narratives of creative arts practitioners working in the criminal justice system. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice.
Breslin, G., Haughey, T., O’Brien, W., Caulfield, L.S., Robertson, A., & Lawlor, M. (2018). Increasing athlete knowledge of mental health and intentions to seek help: The State of Mind Ireland (SOMI) pilot program. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology.
McGuire-Snieckus, R. & Caulfield, L.S. (2018). Identifying talents and skills. An evaluation of a pan-European group programme for offenders. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62, 3460-3484.
Wilkinson, D. J. & Caulfield, L. S. (2017). The perceived benefits of an arts project for health and wellbeing of older offenders. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 13, 16-27.
Wilkinson, D. J., Caulfield, L. S. (2017). Delusional Ideation, Cognitive Processes and Crime Based Reasoning. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 13, 503-518.
Caulfield, L.S. (2016). Counterintuitive findings from a qualitative study of mental health in English women’s prisons. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 12 (4), 216-229.
Caulfield, L.S., and Wilkinson, D.J., & Wilson, D. (2016). Exploring alternative terrain in the rehabilitation and treatment of offenders: findings from a prison-based music project. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 55(6), 396-418.
Douglas, S. and Caulfield. L.S. (2014). Controlled or controlling? Staff experiences of control in a therapeutic community prison. Prison Service Journal, 213, 24-29.
Wilkinson, D.J., Caulfield, L.S. & Jones, T.J. (2014). Investigating schizotypy and crime based reasoning with qualitative methods. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 52, 158-172.
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 WIRE identifier:
Morgan A, Drew D, Clifford A and Hull K (2016) Success of a sports-club led-community X-PERT Diabetes Education Programme, Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, Special Issue: Healthy stadia: an insight from policy to practice. Published online: 21 Apr 2016.
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
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, Online DOI:10.1080/10926771.2014.892048 WIRE identifier:
Terry, V., Rees, J., & Jacklin-Jarvis, C. (2019). The difference leadership makes? Debating and conceptualising leadership in the UK voluntary sector, Voluntary Sector Review.
Newbigging, K., Mohan, J., Rees, J., Harlock, J., & Davis, A. (2017). Contribution of the voluntary sector to mental health crisis care in England: protocol for a multimethod study. Bmj Open, 7(11).
Durose, C., Needham, C., Mangan, C., & Rees, J. (2017). Generating 'good enough' evidence for co-production. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 13(1), 135-151.
Rees, J., Miller, R., & Buckingham, H. (2017). Commission incomplete: exploring the new model for purchasing public services from the third sector. Journal of Social Policy, 46(1), 175-194.
Taylor, R., Rees, J., & Damm, C. (2016). UK employment services: understanding provider strategies in a dynamic strategic action field. Policy and Politics, 44(2), 253-267.
Beebeejaun, Y., Durose, C., Rees, J., Richardson, J., & Richardson, L. (2015). Public harm or public value? Towards coproduction in research with communities. Environment and Planning C-Government and Policy, 33(3), 552-565.
Rees, J., & Rose, N. (2015). New 'new localism' or the emperor's new clothes: diverging local social policies and state-voluntary sector relations in an era of localism. Voluntary Sector Review, 6(1), 81-91.
Miller, R., & Rees, J. (2014). Mental health commissioning: master or subject of change?. Mental Health Review Journal, 19(3), 145-155.
Richardson, L., Purdam, K., Cotterill, S., Rees, J., Squires, G., & Askew, R. (2014). Responsible citizens and accountable service providers? Renegotiating the contract between citizen and state. Environment and Planning A-Economy and Space, 46(7), 1716-1731.
Rees, J., Whitworth, A., & Carter, E. (2014). Support for All in the UK Work Programme? Differential Payments, Same Old Problem. Social Policy & Administration, 48(2), 221-239.
Rees, J. (2014). Public sector commissioning and the third sector: Old wine in new bottles?. Public Policy and Administration, 29(1), 45-63.
Beebeejaun, Y., Durose, C., Rees, J., Richardson, J., & Richardson, L. (2014). Beyond text: exploring ethos and method in co-producing research with communities. Community Development Journal, 49(1), 37-53.
Iafrati, S. (2018): ‘We’re not a bottomless pit’: Food banks’ capacity to sustainably meet increasing demand, Voluntary Sector Review, 9(1), pp. 39-53. ISSN 2040-8056 (print) and 2040-8064 (online)
Iafrati, S. & Williams, C. (2016): Policing the threat: ‘Implied hate crime’, homophobia and behaviour change, British Journal of Community Justice, 14(3), pp. 25-34. ISSN 1475-0279
Iafrati, S. (2016): The sustainability of food bank provision: What happens when demand outstrips supply?, Research Highlights, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 24(3), pp. 307-310. ISSN 1759-8273 (print) and 1759-8281 (online)
Iafrati, S. (2014): ‘Creating a legacy of long-term indebtedness; The toxic impact of payday loans in Wolverhampton’, eds.K. Farnsworth, Z, Irving and M. Fenger, Social Policy Review 26, Chapter Eight, pp. 137-153. ISBN 978 1 447315568 (hardback) and 9781447315575 (paperback)
Iafrati, S. (2015): The investment and regenerative value of addiction treatment, Drugs and Alcohol Today, 15 (1), pp. 12-20. ISSN 1745-9265
De Meulder, M, Napier, J, and Stone, C (2018). 'It takes three to tango? A case study of a deaf academic and two signed language interpreters working together for a PhD defense'. International Journal of Interpreter Education, 10(2)