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Supporting the Supporters: Interventions to Reduce Family Distress (2020)
Book Chapter
Ulstein, I., Manthorpe, J., & Moniz-Cook, E. (2020). Supporting the Supporters: Interventions to Reduce Family Distress. In Timely Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia Care: Evidence-Based Practice. , (166-178). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Supporting People with Dementia through Music (2020)
Book Chapter
Raglio, A., Gianelli, M., Moniz-Cook, E., & Manthorpe, J. (2020). Supporting People with Dementia through Music. In Timely Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia Care: Evidence-Based Practice. , (179-190). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Who’s zooming (out on) who?: Reconceptualising family and domestic spaces in childhood studies (2020)
Book Chapter
Seymour, J. (in press). Who’s zooming (out on) who?: Reconceptualising family and domestic spaces in childhood studies. In Bringing children back into the family: relationality and connectednessEmerald

It could be argued that the sign of ‘maturity’ of an academic paradigm is when it moves to some kind of integration with existing theories or re-engages with elements which may initially have been perceived as ‘dangerous’ or antithetical to the origi... Read More about Who’s zooming (out on) who?: Reconceptualising family and domestic spaces in childhood studies.

The 'Unable' and 'Unwilling' Test in International Law: the use of force against non-state actors in Pakistan and Afghanistan (2020)
Book Chapter
Shah, N. (2020). The 'Unable' and 'Unwilling' Test in International Law: the use of force against non-state actors in Pakistan and Afghanistan. In The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Brill Academic Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004431768

I argue that the UN Charter allows the use of force against non-state actors if their attacks meet the ‘armed attack’ threshold and the host state is ‘unwilling or unable’ to take effective measures. The proposed six point criteria; informed by the i... Read More about The 'Unable' and 'Unwilling' Test in International Law: the use of force against non-state actors in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Unavoidable Exploitation? Conflict, Agency and Human Trafficking (2020)
Book Chapter
Kidd, A. (in press). Unavoidable Exploitation? Conflict, Agency and Human Trafficking. In H. Watson, J. Muraszkiewicz, & T. Fenton (Eds.), Human Trafficking in Conflict - Context, Causes and the Military. , (32-44). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-40838-1

This chapter considers the vulnerabilities generated specifically by conflict that put people at risk of human trafficking. A review of existing literature summarises some of the most common situations of human trafficking in the context of conflict.... Read More about Unavoidable Exploitation? Conflict, Agency and Human Trafficking.

How Definitions of ‘Child Soldiers’ Exclude Girls from Demobilisation Efforts (2020)
Book Chapter
Kidd, A., & Dunhill, A. (in press). How Definitions of ‘Child Soldiers’ Exclude Girls from Demobilisation Efforts. In J. Muraszkiewicz, H. Watson, & T. Fenton (Eds.), Human Trafficking in Conflict - Context, Causes and the Military. , (183-197). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-40838-1

Child soldiers meet the Palermo Protocol’s definition of ‘trafficking in persons’. They are any person under 18, used in any capacity by armed forces or groups; this includes combatants, but also ancillary roles such as cooks, ‘wives’ and guards. Ho... Read More about How Definitions of ‘Child Soldiers’ Exclude Girls from Demobilisation Efforts.

The Literary and Activist Works of Luis J. Rodríguez (2020)
Book Chapter
Metcalf, J. (2020). The Literary and Activist Works of Luis J. Rodríguez. In L. G. Mendoza (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latina and Latino Literature. New York: Oxford University Press

Luis J. Rodríguez is a Chicano memoirist, novelist, poet, children’s author, and activist. Born in 1954 in Mexico, his family migrated to the United States when he was young. As a youth, he spent many years immersed in the street gangs of Los Angeles... Read More about The Literary and Activist Works of Luis J. Rodríguez.

“ ‘O Prison Darkness … Lions in the Cage’; The ‘Exceptional’ Prison Narratives of Guantanamo Bay” (2020)
Book Chapter
Metcalf, J. (2020). “ ‘O Prison Darkness … Lions in the Cage’; The ‘Exceptional’ Prison Narratives of Guantanamo Bay”. In The Palgrave Handbook of Incarceration in Popular Media. , (67-87). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36059-7

Prison memoirs often consider the author’s life of crime prior to incarceration and reflect on the behaviors (e.g., greed) or structural violence (e.g., poverty, racism) that led them to the prison. But what happens then, when as in the case of Guant... Read More about “ ‘O Prison Darkness … Lions in the Cage’; The ‘Exceptional’ Prison Narratives of Guantanamo Bay”.


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