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Dumbleton, Sue and McPhail, Mo (2012). The coming of age of Scottish social services? In: Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill eds. Social Justice and Social Welfare in Contemporary Scotland, Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 131–146.

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Gordon, Jean; Dumbleton, Sue and Miller, Christina (2010). ‘We thought we would be the dunces’ – From a vocational qualification to a social work degree: an example of widening participation in social work education. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 12 pp. 169–184.

Dumbleton, Sue (2010). The well-being of people with learning disabilities. In: Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Mick; Morgan, Alun and Seden, Janet eds. Professional Development in Social Work: Complex Issues in Practice. Routledge.

Gordon, Jean; Miller, Christina; Dumbleton, Sue; Kelly, Timothy B. and Aldgate, Jane (2010). A smooth transition? Students’ experiences of credit transfer into a social work degree in Scotland. Social Work Education, 30(1) pp. 55–69.

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Dumbleton, Sue (2007). Lifelong learning and family carers: a study of informal learning. In: The times they are a-changin’: Researching transitions in lifelong learning. CRLL 4th Biennial International Conference 2007, 22-24 Jun 2007, University of Stirling.

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Dumbleton, Sue (2006). Learning disability in 21st century Scotland. In: Mooney, Gerry; Sweeny, Tony and Law, Alex eds. Social Care, Health and Welfare in Contemporary Scotland. Paisley: Kynoch & Blaney, pp. 215–237.

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Dumbleton, Sue (2005). Widening opportunities for disabled children in Stirling: a voluntary body initiative. In: Glaister, Ann and Glaister, Bob eds. Interagency Collaboration: Providing for Children. Policy and Practice in Education (13). Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press, pp. 36–46.


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