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A New Approach for Researching Victims: the ‘Strength-Growth-Resilience’ Framework (2021)
Journal Article
Green, S., Calverley, A., & O’Leary, N. (in press). A New Approach for Researching Victims: the ‘Strength-Growth-Resilience’ Framework. The British journal of criminology, https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azaa093

This paper proposes a new framework for researching victims that blends appreciative inquiry methods used by prison researchers (Liebling, Elliott and Arnold 2001) with narrative interview methods used by desistance researchers (Maruna 2001) to inves... Read More about A New Approach for Researching Victims: the ‘Strength-Growth-Resilience’ Framework.

Re-thinking technology and its growing role in enabling patient empowerment (2018)
Journal Article
Akeel, A. U., & Mundy, D. (2019). Re-thinking technology and its growing role in enabling patient empowerment. Health Informatics Journal, 25(4), 1278-1289. https://doi.org/10.1177/1460458217751013

© The Author(s) 2018. The presence and increase of challenges to eHealth in today’s society have begun to generate doubts about the capability of technology in patient empowerment, especially within the frameworks supporting empowerment. Through the... Read More about Re-thinking technology and its growing role in enabling patient empowerment.

Exploring approaches to the generation and representation of heritage artefacts in video game contexts (2016)
Journal Article
Mundy, D., & Balela, M. S. (2016). Exploring approaches to the generation and representation of heritage artefacts in video game contexts. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 26(1), 99-112. https://doi.org/10.1177/1326365X16640347

© 2016, © 2016 University of Wollongong. Video games can allow players to explore environments, which are representative of, or contain elements of physical world cultures, for example, allowing a player to explore ancient Egypt in Pharaoh (Impressio... Read More about Exploring approaches to the generation and representation of heritage artefacts in video game contexts.

Early diversion and empowerment policing : evaluating an adult female offender triage project (2016)
Journal Article
Brennan, I. R., Green, S., & Sturgeon-Adams, L. (2018). Early diversion and empowerment policing : evaluating an adult female offender triage project. Policing and Society, 28(5), 570-586. https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2016.1187607

This paper provides an evaluation of a police pilot early-diversion scheme for adult females who were arrested for low-severity offences using a natural experiment design. The intervention is novel in that it diverts arrestees to a women’s centre for... Read More about Early diversion and empowerment policing : evaluating an adult female offender triage project.

Transcending the carceral archipelago: existential, figurational and structurational perspectives on power and control (2015)
Journal Article
Green, S. (2015). Transcending the carceral archipelago: existential, figurational and structurational perspectives on power and control. Oñati Socio-Legal Series, 5(3), 919-944

From Foucault (1977) through to Cohen (1985) and Feeley and Simon (1992) criminological thinking about punishment has been dominated by penal rationalities of power and control. This has led to an under-theorised notion of the individual in criminolo... Read More about Transcending the carceral archipelago: existential, figurational and structurational perspectives on power and control.

Reshaping the field: building restorative capital (2014)
Journal Article
Green, S., Johnstone, G., & Lambert, C. (2014). Reshaping the field: building restorative capital. Restorative justice, 2(1), 43-63. https://doi.org/10.5235/20504721.2.1.43

Restorative justice is best known as an alternative approach for dealing with crime and wrongdoing. Yet as the restorative movement has grown it is increasingly being deployed in different arenas. Based on a two-year study funded by the UK National L... Read More about Reshaping the field: building restorative capital.

What harm, whose justice: excavating the restorative movement (2013)
Journal Article
Green, S., Johnstone, G., & Lambert, C. (2013). What harm, whose justice: excavating the restorative movement. Contemporary Justice Review, 16(4), 445-460. https://doi.org/10.1080/10282580.2013.857071

The city of Hull in the northeast of England gave itself the ambitious task of becoming the world's first restorative city. The aim of this strategy was to create a more socially and emotionally confident youth population which in turn would encourag... Read More about What harm, whose justice: excavating the restorative movement.

Here be dragons: experiments with the concept of 'choose your own adventure' in the lecture room (2013)
Journal Article
Mundy, D. P., & Consoli, R. (2013). Here be dragons: experiments with the concept of 'choose your own adventure' in the lecture room. Innovations in education and teaching international, 50(2), 214-223. https://doi.org/10.1080/14703297.2012.760869

One of the most traditional challenges of teaching is that of engaging learners with delivered content both within and outside of the taught environment. There are many different approaches to achieving learner engagement; however, this paper focuses... Read More about Here be dragons: experiments with the concept of 'choose your own adventure' in the lecture room.