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Ai-Ling, Lai and Dermody, Janine and Hanmer-Lloyd, Stuart (2007) Exploring cadaveric organ donation: a 'mortal embodiment' perspective. Journal of Marketing Management, 23 (5/6). pp. 559-585. ISSN 0267257X

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Bringer, Joy D (2002) Sexual exploitation: swimming coaches' perceptions and the development of role conflict and role ambiguity. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.

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Frederick, Brian J (2014) “Delinquent Boys”: Toward a New Understanding of “Deviant” and Transgressive Behavior in Gay Men. Critical Criminology, 22 (1). pp. 139-149. ISSN 1205-8629

Frederick, Brian J and Perrone, Dina (2014) “Party N Play” on the Internet: Subcultural Formation, Craigslist, and Escaping from Stigma. Deviant Behavior, 35 (11). pp. 859-884. ISSN 0163-9625

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Hill, Sarah (2003) Separate lives, silenced voices: women offenders speaking out on domestic violence and community-based services. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.

Hurd, Azora J (2011) Children and young people's participation : how effectively do public and third sector organisations encourage and engage with children and young people to participate in decision making processes affecting their lives? PhD thesis, University of Birmingham.

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Lynch, Kenneth and Hobson, Jonathan and Roberts, Hazel and Payne, Brian (2016) An analysis of the impact of Community Ownership of Local Assets; case studies from Tewkesbury District, Gloucestershire. Project Report. University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, UK.

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Monckton-Smith, Jane (2016) Domestic homicide review of ‘Susan’. Technical Report. Cheltenham Strategic Leadership Group.

Monckton-Smith, Jane (2012) Murder, Gender and the Media: Narratives of Dangerous Love. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 978-0230271906

Monckton-Smith, Jane (2010) Relating rape and murder narratives of sex, death and gender. Palgrave Schol. ISBN 978-0230242029

Monckton-Smith, Jane and Adams, Tony and Hart, Adam G and Webb, Julia C (2013) Introducing Forensic and Criminal Investigation. Sage. ISBN 978-0857027528

Monckton-Smith, Jane and Szymanska, Karolina and Haile, Sue (2017) Exploring the Relationship between Stalking and Homicide. Suzy Lamplugh Trust.

Monckton-Smith, Jane and Williams, Amanda and Mullane, Frank (2014) Domestic abuse, homicide and gender strategies for policy and practice. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9781137307422

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Pert, Hayley and Diaz, Clive and Thomas, Nigel (2014) Children's participation in LAC reviews: a study in one English local authority (Online first). Child and Family Social Work. n/a-n/a. ISSN 1356-7500 (In Press)

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Radley, Claire (2006) Policing Domestic Violence: Influences that Shape the Development of Response Behaviour. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.

Rolls, Elizabeth M (2007) Containing Grief: Ambiguities and Dilemmas in the Emotional Work of UK Childhood Bereavement Services. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.

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Steeves, Valerie and Jones, Owain (2010) Editorial: Surveillance and Children. Surveillance and Society, 7 (3-4). pp. 187-191. ISSN 1477-7487

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Thanki, Danica and Frederick, Brian J (2016) Social media and drug markets. In: Internet and drug markets. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, pp. 115-123. ISBN 978-92-9168-841-8

Turner, David and Martin, Steve (2005) Social entrepreneurs and social inclusion: building local capacity or delivering national priorities? International Journal of Public Administration, 28 (9-10). pp. 797-806. ISSN 15324265

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