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Reflecting on ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ positionality when undertaking culturally sensitive research with young Pakistani men: insights from a female researcher (2022)
Journal Article

Background : Conducting culturally sensitive research into male experiences can be challenging for female researchers. Despite this, there are very few published reflective accounts of how they have overcome these difficulties. Aim: To illustrat... Read More about Reflecting on ‘insider’ and ‘outsider’ positionality when undertaking culturally sensitive research with young Pakistani men: insights from a female researcher.

“Sorry for Congo, Let’s Make Amends”: Belgians’ Ideological Worldviews Predict Attitudes towards Apology and Reparation for its Colonial Past (2021)
Journal Article

In light of the recent steps Belgium has made towards reconciling with its colonial history in Congo (e.g., the King’s letter of regret, and the removal of some colonial statues), we examined how Belgians differ in their attitudes towards an official... Read More about “Sorry for Congo, Let’s Make Amends”: Belgians’ Ideological Worldviews Predict Attitudes towards Apology and Reparation for its Colonial Past.

Qualitative study on mental health and well-being of Syrian refugees and their coping mechanisms towards integration in the UK (2021)
Journal Article

ObjectiveThis study aimed to explore the mental well-being of Syrian refugees and identify their coping mechanisms and pathways towards integration into new communities.DesignQualitative study using in-depth semi-structured interviews.Setting and par... Read More about Qualitative study on mental health and well-being of Syrian refugees and their coping mechanisms towards integration in the UK.

Gentrification (2021)
Book Chapter

This chapter uproots the border from the perimeter of the country, from the traditional dyad in which it is embedded and releases it in the urban landscape. The premise is that just as the category of space has been mobilized in the work of geographe... Read More about Gentrification.

Disentangling Practitioners’ Understandings of Child Sexual Exploitation: The Risks of Assuming Otherwise? (2021)
Journal Article

This paper reports findings from a qualitative study investigating the efficacy and the effects of a Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) awareness raising intervention with young people. Drawing on in-depth interviews with members of a multi-agency team... Read More about Disentangling Practitioners’ Understandings of Child Sexual Exploitation: The Risks of Assuming Otherwise?.

Finding the Eye of the Octopus: the Limits of Regulating Outsourced Offender Probation in England and Wales (2021)
Journal Article

This article discusses the constraints on, and conflicts over, the oversight and regulation of mixed public-private entities, using the part-privatisation of the probation service in England and Wales – a policy called Transforming Rehabilitation (TR... Read More about Finding the Eye of the Octopus: the Limits of Regulating Outsourced Offender Probation in England and Wales.