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Day Sclater, Shelley; Yates, Candida; Price, Heather and Jones, David W. (2009). Introducing Psychosocial Studies of Emotion. In: Day Sclater, Shelley; Jones, David W.; Price, Heather and Yates, Candida eds. Emotion: New Psychosocial Perspectives. Houndmills: Palgrave, pp. 1–16.

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Frost, Elizabeth and Jones, David W. (2019). Editorial. Journal of Psychosocial Studies, 12(1-2) pp. 3–7.

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Jones, David W. and Lomani, Jo (2023). Whose borderline is it anyway? Editorial and overview. Journal of Psychosocial Studies (Early access).

Jones, D. W. (2022). Psychosocial Studies and Psychiatry: An Awkward History. In: Frosh, S.; Vyrgioti, M. and Walsh, J. eds. Handbook of Psychosocial Studies. Palgrave, pp. 1–19.

Jones, David Wyn (2022). Psychosocial Methodologies. In: Frick, Uwe ed. The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods Design, Volume 2. London: SAGE, pp. 586–603.

Jones, David W. and Frost, Elizabeth (2020). [Editorial] Pandemics, governance and psychosocial thinking. Journal of Psychosocial Studies, 13(2) pp. 131–134.

Jones, David W. (2018). Terror Violence and the Public Sphere. In: Adlam, John; Kluttig, Tilman and Lee, Bandy X. eds. Violent States and Creative States, Volume 1. London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 147–159.

Jones, David W. (2017). Psychopathy and the Media. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology, Oxford University Press, New York.

Jones, David W. (2012). Psychosocial Perspectives: Men, Madness and Violence. In: Hall, Steve and Winlow, Simon eds. New Directions in Criminological Theory. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 183–198.

Jones, David W. (2009). A Psychosocial Understanding of Personality Disorder: the historical problem of Moral Insanity. In: Day-Sclater, S.; Jones, D. W; Price, H. and Yates, C. eds. Emotion: New Psychosocial Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 212–226.

Jones, David W. (2004). Families and Serious Mental Illness: Working with Loss and Ambivalence. British Journal of Social Work, 34(7) pp. 961–979.

Jones, David W. (2002). Madness, the family and psychiatry. Critical Social Policy, 22(2) pp. 247–272.

Jones, David W. (1998). Distressing Histories and Unhappy Interviewing. Oral History Journal, 26(2) pp. 49–56.

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Price, Heather; Jones, David; Herd, Jane and Sampson, Alice (2018). Between love and behaviour management: the psychodynamic reflective milieu at the Mulberry Bush School. Journal of Social Work Practice, 32(4) pp. 391–407.

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Richards, Barry; Jones, David W.; Yates, Candida; Price, Heather and Day Sclater, Shelley (2009). Conclusions: Psychosocial Studies – A Therapeutic Project? In: Day Sclater, Shelley; Jones, David W.; Price, Heather and Yates, Candida eds. Emotion: New Psychosocial Perspectives. Houndmills: Palgrave, pp. 242–254.

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Thornicroft, Graham; Margolius, Olga and Jones, David (1992). The TAPS Project. 6: New Long-Stay Psychiatric Patients and Social Deprivation. British Journal of Psychiatry, 161(5) pp. 621–624.


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