Category Archives: Publication

New briefing: domestic abuse and gender inequality

Domestic abuse is both a cause and a consequence of gender inequality.

Understanding gender as the central factor in domestic abuse enables us to develop services sensitive to the differing needs of individuals affected by domestic abuse. Assumptions that men … read more

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Women separating risk poverty in old age to retain family home

Women separating are foregoing their share of pension schemes to secure the family home, new research has found.

Researchers found that parties with private pensions were reluctant to disclose the value of their pension/s or to include these in the … read more

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CRFR summer newsletter

Read CRFR’s summer 2013 newsletter online  – includes CRFR conference highlights – Jennifer Mason on facet methodology, Ros Edwards on the politics of neuroscience and early intervention –  CRFR project updates: European childcare, GPs self-harm, practitioner research with older people, … read more

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Briefing for Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People

Child contact proceedings for children affected by domestic abuse‘ a briefing paper, prepared for Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People
by CRFRS’s Fiona Morrison and E. Kay M. Tisdall,

The purpose of this research was to … read more

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Committee child sexual exploitation adviser Sarah Nelson’s latest publication

Read CRFR research in Chapter 4 “Male survivors of childhood sexual abuse: experience of mental health services” by Sarah Nelson, Ruth Lewis and Sandra S. Cabrita Gulyurtlu, in Good Practice in promoting recovery and healing for abused adults, Edited by … read more

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Read for FREE: Wastell & White – on the medicalisation of early years policies

Abstract:

Current social policy initiatives are promoting early intervention to improve the lives of disadvantaged children. Neuroscientific evidence is prominent in this discourse, creating the lustre of science, but too much has been taken on trust. In particular, the argument … read more

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