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Number of items: 35.

2013

Hodkinson, Stuart; Watt, Paul and Mooney, Gerry (2013). Neoliberal housing policy - time for a critical re-appraisal. Critical Social Policy, 33(1) pp. 3–16.

Jupp, Eleanor (2013). 'I feel more at home here than in my own community': approaching the emotional geographies of neighbourhood policy. Critical Social Policy, 33(3) pp. 532–553.

Prabhakar, Rajiv (2013). Asset-based welfare: financialization or financial inclusion? Critical Social Policy, 33(4) pp. 658–678.

2012

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2012). The alchemy of austerity. Critical Social Policy, 32(3) pp. 299–319. file

Fink, Janet and Lomax, Helen (2012). Inequalities and images: insights for policy and practice. Critical Social Policy, 32(1) pp. 3–10. file

Fink, Janet (2012). Walking the neighbourhood, seeing the small details of community life: reflections from a photography walking tour. Critical Social Policy, 32(1) pp. 31–50.

Hancock, Lynn; Mooney, Gerry and Neal, Sarah (2012). Crisis social policy and the resilience of the concept of community. Critical Social Policy, 32(3) pp. 343–364.

2011

Boyle, Geraldine (2011). Early implementation of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in health and social care. Critical Social Policy , 31(3) pp. 365–387.

2010

Featherstone, Brid (2010). Writing fathers in but mothers out!!! Critical Social Policy, 30(2) pp. 208–224.

Miller, David and Mooney, Gerry (2010). Corporate power: agency, communication, influence and social policy. Critical Social Policy, 30(4) pp. 459–471.

2009

Smith, Katherine E.; Hunter, David J.; Blackman, Tim; Elliott, Eva; Greene, Alexandra; Harrington, Barbara E.; Marks, Linda; McKee, Lorna and Williams, Gareth H. (2009). Divergence or convergence? Health inequalities and policy in a devolved Britain. Critical Social Policy, 29(2) pp. 216–242.

2008

Mooney, Gerry; Scott, Gill and Mulvey, Gareth (2008). The 'Celtic Lion' and social policy: Some thoughts on the SNP and social welfare. Critical Social Policy, 28(3) pp. 378–394.

Stenner, Paul; Barnes, Marian and Taylor, David (2008). Editorial introduction: psychosocial welfare: contributions to an emerging field. Critical Social Policy, 2008, 28(4), pp 411-414.

Stenner, Paul and Taylor, David (2008). Psychosocial welfare: reflections on an emerging field. Critical Social Policy, 28(4) pp. 415–437. file

Wetherell, Margaret (2008). Speaking to power: Tony Blair, complex multicultures and fragile white English identities. Critical Social Policy, 28(3) pp. 299–319.

2007

Law, Alex and Mooney, Gerry (2007). Reply to Bechhofer and McCrone. Critical Social Policy, 27(2) pp. 260–265.

2006

Cochrane, Allan (2006). Devolving the heartland: making up a new social policy for the 'South East'. Critical Social Policy, 26(3) 685 -696. file

Law, Alex and Mooney, Gerry (2006). ‘We’ve never had it so good’: The ‘problem’ of the working class in devolved Scotland. Critical Social Policy, 26(3) pp. 523–542.

Mooney, Gerry; Scott, Gill and Williams, Charlotte (2006). Introduction: Rethinking social policy through devolution. Critical Social Policy, 26(3) pp. 483–497.

Mooney, Gerry and Williams, Charlotte (2006). Forging new ‘ways of life’? Social policy and nation building in devolved Scotland and Wales. Critical Social Policy, 26(3) pp. 608–629.

Muncie, John (2006). Governing Young People: coherence and contradiction in contemporary youth justice. Critical Social Policy, 26(4) pp. 770–793. file

Percival, J. and Hanson, J. (2006). Big brother or brave new world? Telecare and its implications for older people's independence and social inclusion. Critical Social Policy, 26(4) pp. 888–909.

Poole, Lynne and Mooney, Gerry (2006). Privatizing education in Scotland? New Labour, modernization and ‘public’ services. Critical Social Policy, 26(3) pp. 562–586.

2005

Clarke, John (2005). New Labour’s citizens: activated, empowered, responsibilized, abandoned? Critical Social Policy, 25(4) pp. 447–463.

Mooney, Gerry and McCafferty, Tricia (2005). 'Only looking after the weans'? The Scottish nursery nurses’ strike, 2004. Critical Social Policy, 25(2) pp. 223–239.

2004

Mooney, Gerry and Poole, Lynne (2004). 'A land of milk and honey'?: Social policy in Scotland after devolution. Critical Social Policy, 24(4) pp. 458–483.

2003

Arai, Lisa (2003). British policy on teenage pregnancy and childbearing: the limitations of comparisons with other European countries. Critical Social Policy, 23(1) pp. 89–102.

2002

MacKian, Sara (2002). Complex Cultures: rereading the story about health and social capital. Critical Social Policy, 22(2) pp. 203–225.

2001

Walmsley, Jan and Rolph, Sheena (2001). The development of community care for people with learning difficulties 1913 to 1946. Critical Social Policy, 21(1) pp. 59–80.

2000

Mooney, Gerry and Johnstone, Charlie (2000). Scotland divided: poverty, inequality and the Scottish parliament. Critical Social Policy, 20(2) pp. 155–182.

1999

McLaughlin, Eugene and Murji, Karim (1999). After the Stephen Lawrence Report. Critical Social Policy, 19(3) pp. 371–385. file

1998

MacKian, Sara (1998). The Citizen’s New Clothes: care in a Welsh community. Critical Social Policy, 18(54) pp. 27–50.

1992

Mooney, Gerry and Lavalette, Michael (1992). The poll tax struggle in Britain: a reply to Hoggett and Burns. Critical Social Policy, 12(36) pp. 96–108.

1990

Lavalette, Michael and Mooney, Gerry (1990). Undermining the 'north-south divide?' Fighting the poll tax in Scotland, England and Wales. Critical Social Policy, 10(29) pp. 100–119.

1989

Lavalette, Michael and Mooney, Gerry (1989). The struggle against the poll tax in Scotland. Critical Social Policy, 9(26) pp. 82–100.

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