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Held, D. and McGrew, A. 2000 (Editors) The Global Transformations Reader: An introduction to the globalization debate Cambridge: Polity Press. 480 pages Contents: The great globalization debate: an introduction by David Held and Anthony McGrew Part One: Conceptualizing globalization . Globalization by George Modelski Rethinking globalization by David Held and Anthony McGrew, David Goldblatt and Jonathan Perraton World history in a global age by Michael Geyer and Charles Bright Globalization: a necessary myth? by Paul Hirst and Grahame Thompson The network society by Manuel Castells Time-space compression and the postmodern condition by David Harvey The globalizing of modernity by Anthony Giddens What is globalization? by Ulrich Beck Part Two: The reconfiguration of political power? Sovereignty in international society by Robert O. Keohane Compromising Westphalia by Stephen D. Krasner Has globalization ended the rise and rise of the nation-state? by Michael Mann The declining authority of states by Susan Strange Global market versus regionalism by Bjöe;rn Hettne International law by David Held Globalization and legal certainty by Volkmar Gessner Governance in a globalizing world by James N. Rosenau Part Three: The fate of national culture Encountering globalization by Kevin Robins The globalization of communication by John B. Thompson The global media by Edward Herman and Robert McChesney Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy by Arjun Appadurai Towards a global culture? by Anthony D. Smith Part Four: A global economy? 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Fieldhouse The gender dimension by Jill Steans Environmental issues and the compression of the globe by Steven Yearley Order, globalization and inequality in world politics by Ngaire Woods Part Six: World orders, normative futures Democracy beyond borders? by Anthony McGrew Regulating globalization? by David Held Global governance: prospects and problems by Fred Halliday Transnational justice by Onora O'Neill The idea of world community by Chris Brown Beyond the states system? by Hedley Bull. Arthur Helps 10.7.1813 - 7.3.1875 Helps, A. 1844 "The Claims of Labour. An essay on the duties of the employers to the employed". Pickering, London, 1844 Anne B. 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Contents Cognitive class and education, 1900-1990 Cognitive partitioning by occupation The economic pressure to partition Steeper ladders, narrower gates Poverty Schooling Unemployment, idleness, and injury Family matters Welfare dependency Parenting Crime Civility and citizenship Ethnic differences in cognitive ability Ethnic inequalities in relation to IQ The demography of intelligence Social behaviour and the prevalence of low cognitive ability Raising cognitive ability The leveling of American education Affirmative action in higher education Affirmative action in the workplace The way we are headed A place for everyone. Summary Review Prof. Thomas J. Bouchard "Contemporary Psychology" [The authors] have been cast as racists and elitists and "The Bell Curve" has been dismissed as pseudoscience....The book's message cannot be dismissed so easily. 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When does the speaking profit us?: reflections on the challenges of developing feminist perspectives on abuse and violence by women by Liz Kelly 4. Reading danger: sexual harassment, anticipation and self-protection by Elizabeth A. Stanko 5. Violence against women and children: the contradictions of crime control under patriarchy by Jill Radford and Elizabeth A. Stanko 6. Contradictions and compromises: the impact of the Children Act on women and children's safety by Marianne Hester and Lorraine Radford 7. Unreasonable doubt: the outcomes of rape trials by Sue Lees 8. Sexual experiences and sexual abuse women with learning disabilities by Michelle McCarthy 9. Researching prostitution and violence: towards a feminist praxis by Maggie O'Neill. 10. Rape crisis centres and 'male rape': a face of the backlash by Terry Gillespie 11. Who is in control?: changing responses to women who have been raped and sexually abused by Marian Foley 12. 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London "it is likely that the idea first came to him even before his examination of the shores of South America " (Himmelfarb, G 1959 p.100) Barry Hindess his website Hindess, B. 1977a Philosophy and Methodology in the Social Sciences Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Press. Hindess, B. 1977b (Edited by) Sociological Theories of the Economy London: Macmillan. Robert (Bob) D. Hinshelwood bibliographical website Bob Hinshelwood and Nick Manning Hinshelwood, R D. and Manning, D. 1979 (Editors) Therapeutic communities : reflections and progress London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, xv and 336 pages. Selected contents: Chapter 13: "The therapeutic community and social network theory" by Richard Crocket Donald Hirsch, Viet-Hai Phung and Esmeranda Manful Hirsch, D., Phung, V. and Manful, E. 2011 Poverty, ethnicity and caring York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation, http://www.jrf.org.uk/sites/files/jrf/poverty-ethnicity-caring-full.pdf (offline) See Subject Index Care Travis Hirschi Hirschi, T. 1969 Causes of Delinquency Berkeley: University of California Press. Paul Quentin Hirst 1946-2003 Hirst, P.Q. 1975 Durkheim, Bernard and Epistemology . London: Routledge Kegan and Paul Hirst, P.Q. 1976 Social Evolution and Sociological Categories . London: George Allen and Unwin History and Policy http://www.historyandpolicy.org/ Website founded May 2002 by Alastair Reid, of Girton College Cambridge, Simon Szreter of St John's College Cambridge, Pat Thane of King's College London, and Virginia Berridge, Director of the Centre for History in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. See first copy History Workshop Journal established 1976 http://hwj.oxfordjournals.org/ See Wikipedia and Unofficial Histories Susan Tyler Hitchcock her website Roberts and Hitchcock 2002 Hitchcock, S. T. 2004 Geography of Religion: Where God Lives, Where Pilgrims Walk . Susan Tyler Hitchcock with John L. Esposito. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic. Hitchcock, S. T. 2005 Mad Mary Lamb: Lunacy and murder in literary London New York: W.W. Norton. Contents: Prelude. The Dreadful Scene Imagined - 1. The Only Daughter - 2. Their Verdict: Lunacy - 3. In the Madhouse - 4. Reading, Writing, and Mantua Making - 5. Charles Alone - 6. Double Singleness - 7. The Circle Forms - 8. Children's Books - 9. Tales from Shakespear - 10. Schoolgirl Tales - 11. Poetry for Children - 12. The Politics of Needlework - 13. Elia Appears - 14. Her Twilight of Consciousness - Epilogue. Hitchcock, S. T. 2007 Frankenstein: A Cultural History New York and London: W.W. Norton. Contents: Conception - Birth and lineage - Reception and revision - The monster lives on - Making more monsters - A monster for modern times - A brave new world of monsters - The horror and the humour - Monsters in the living room - Taking the monster seriously - The monster and his myth today. Adolph Hitler 1889-1945 weblinks Hitler, A. 1914 [Two paintings] "Farmstead" and "Farm Buildings On The River". Signed and dated 1914. Sold at an auction in Nuremberg [Nurnberger?] April 2009. 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Hitler, A. 1969 Mein Kampf Translated into English by Ralph Manheim, with an introduction by David Cameron Watt. London: Hutchinson, 1969. United Kingdom edition of translation originally published Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1943. Original German published in two volumes 1925-1927. This edition 48 introductory and 629 main pages. [The current publisher is Random House and the imprint is either Pimlico or Vintage] Hitler, A. 18.7.1937 Hitlers Rede zur Eröffnung der "Großen Deutschen Kunstausstellung" im Haus der Kunst, München 1937. [Hitler's speech at the opening of the "Great German Art Exhibition" the Haus der Kunst, Munich 1937] Available at http://www.kunstzitate.de/bildendekunst/manifeste/nationalsozialismus/hitle r_haus_der_kunst_37.htm Extracts in English and German at German History in Documents Rough translation of parts HM Inspectorate of Prisons HMIP 1997 Women in Prison: A Thematic Review by HM Chief Inspector of Prisons July 1997. Available at http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ERORecords/HO/421/2/hmipris/wippref.htm (offline) HMIP 2001 Follow-up to Women in Prison A Thematic Review by HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales Available at http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/publications/inspectorate- reports/hmipris/women-prison-followup-rps.pdf (offline) HMIP 2005 Women in prison by HM Inspectorate of Prisons Contents: 1 Literature review (by Dr Julia Fossi) 2 The imprisonment of women: reflections from the UK (Speech given by Anne Owers to the 'What works with women offenders?' conference, Prato University, Italy, June 2005. Available at http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/publications/inspectorate- reports/hmipris/women_in_prison2-rps.pdf (offline) HMIP 2010 Women in prison. A short thematic review July 2010. Available at http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/publications/inspectorate- reports/hmipris/Women_in_prison_short_thematic_2010_rps_.pdf (offline) Thomas Hobbes 1588-1679 weblinks Texts on George MacDonald Ross's website - (archive) Hobbes, T. 1640 (manuscript) Elements of Law Hobbes, T. 1642 Elementa Philosophica de Cive Known as De Cive (On the citizen). Translated into English as Philosophical Rudiments Concerning Government and Society , which was published in 1651. Available (English) on Wikisource Hobbes, T. 1644 Optical Treatise (Tractatus Opticus), translated from the original Latin by George MacDonald Ross, available at http://www.philosophy.leeds.ac.uk/GMR/hmp/texts/modern/hobbes/ optics/gmrint ro.html Leeds University (archive) Hobbes, T. 1651 Leviathan , or The Matter, Form and Power of a Commonwealth Ecclesiastical and Civil . Extracts - Full text at Project Guttenberg - html in Australia Hobbes, T. 1651/1991/1996 Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes; edited by Richard Tuck. Cambridge texts in the history of political thought. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, Revised Student Edition 1996. xciii and 519 pages. An "amplified and expanded" introduction. Brief biographies of important persons mentioned in Hobbes' text added. Hobbes, T. 1651/1991 Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes; edited by Richard Tuck . Cambridge texts in the history of political thought. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1991. lxxiv and 519 pages. Hobbes, T. 1655 Elementa Philosophiae Sectio Prima De Corpore known as De Corpore (On the body) Translated into English as Elements of philosophy, the first section, concerning body / Written in Latine by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, and now translated into English. To which are added six lessons to the professors of mathematicks of the institution of Sr. Henry Savile, in the University of Oxford. Large parts translated into modern English by George MacDonald Ross are available in the Internet Archive . Contents: Epistle Dedicatory To the Reader COMPUTATION OR LOGIQUE. Chapter 1: Of Philosophy. Chapter 2: Of Names. Chapter 3: Of Proposition. Chapter 4: Of Syllogisme. Chapter 5: Of Erring, Falsity and Captions. Chapter 6: Of Method THE FIRST GROVNDS OF PHILOSOPHY. Chapter 7: Of Place and Time. Chapter 8: Of Body and Accident. Chapter 9: Of Cause and Effect. Chapter 10: Of Power and Act. Chapter 11: Of Identity and Difference. Chapter 12: Of Quantity. Chapter 13: Of Analogisme or the Same Proportion. Chapter 14 Of Straight and Crooked, Angle and Figure. OF THE PROPORTIONS OF MOTIONS AND MAGNITVDES. Chapter 15: Of the Nature, Properties, and diverse Considerations of Motion and Endeavour. Chapter 16: Of Motion Accelerated and Vniform, and of Motion by Concourse. Chapter 17: Of Figures Deficient. Chapter 18: Of the Equation of Straight Lines with the Crooked Lines of Parabolas and other Figures made in imitation of Parabolas. Chapter 19: Of Angles of Incidence and Reflection, equal by supposition. Chapter 20: Of the Dimension of a Circle, and the Division of Angles or Arches. Chapter 21: Of Circular Motion. Chapter 22: Of other Variety of Motion. Chapter 23: Of the Center of Equiponderation of Bodies pressing doards in straight Parallel Lines. Chapter 24: Of Refraction and Reflection. PHYSIQVES or the PHAENOMENA of NATVRE. Chapter 25: Of Sense and Animal Motion. Chapter 26: Of the World, and of the Starres. Chapter 27: Of Light, Heat, and of Colours. Chapter 28: Of Cold, Wind, Hard, Ice, Restitution of Bodies bent, Diaphanous, Lightning and Thunder; and of the Heads of Rivers. Chapter 29: Of Sound, Odour, Savour, and Touch Chapter 30: Of Gravity. Hobbes, T. 1658 De Homine (On man) Leonard Trelawney Hobhouse 1864-1929 Hobhouse, L.T. 1901 Mind in Evolution London: Macmillan and Co. xiv and 415 pages. Second edition 1915 Hobhouse, L.T. 1906 Morals in Evolution: A study in comparatice ethics London : Chapman and Hall, Ltd. Two volumes. Hobhouse, L.T. 1911 Social Evolution and Political Theory "Columbia University Lectures/ Julius Beer Foundation; 1910-1911". New York : Columbia University Press. ix and 218 pages. Hobhouse, L.T. 1913 Development and Purpose. An essay towards a philosophy of evolution xxix plus 383 pages Chapter 9 summary: The development of thought is roughly co-ordinate with that of social life in general. On all sides a certain net movement in the same direction may be verified. (2) The control of the physical environment passes through four stages, closely comparable with those of the movement of thought, (3) and the same parallelism can be traced in ethics and religion, (4) and, with exceptional irregularities, in art. (5) Political development corresponds to the ethical in net result though not in all intermediate stages, (6) and a corresponding net movement may be traced in the main departments of law and custom. (7) Progress is irregular because its conditions do not harmonise until a High stage is reached, and because it proceeds from many independent centres. (offline) Hobhouse, L. T., Wheeler,G. C. and Ginsberg, M. 1915 The material culture and social institutions of the simpler peoples: an essay in correlation (offline) Hobsbawm, E.J. 1969 Introduction to Engels 1845 (Panther edition 1969) Bruce L. Hoffman Ohio University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology since 2003 Previously at Indiana University website " Crimetheory.com is my larger site for the learning, researching, and teaching of theoretical criminology. It aims to point students back to the original texts, and includes an extensive bibliography of criminology texts and journals." Hoffman, Bruce 1998 www.crimetheory.com An Educational Resource for the Learning and Teaching of Theoretical Criminology Archive available at http://web.archive.org/web/19990125094456/http://www.crimetheory.com/ Richard Hoggart 1918- Hoggart, R. 1957 The Uses of Literacy: Aspects of working-class life, with special reference to publications and entertainments London: Chatto and Windus. 319 pages. Sally Holland, and Renold, Emma and Ross, Nicola and Hillman, Alex Sally Holland: Cardiff University The (Extra)Ordinary Lives Project Holland, S. and others 2008 "The everyday lives of children in care: using a sociological perspective to inform social work practice" NCRM Working Paper. ESRC National Centre for Research Methods. NCRM EPrints. Available at http://eprints.ncrm.ac.uk/466/ (offline) See Subject Index Childrens homes Clive R. Hollin Hollin, C.R. 1989 Psychology and Crime: An Introduction to Criminological Psychology London: Routledge Main contents: Psychology and Crime - Psychological Approaches to Understanding Crime - Psychological Approaches to Understanding Serious Crime - Mental Disorder and Crime - Psychology and the Police - Psychology in the Courtroom - Psychology and Crime Prevention See Google books Thomas Henry Hollingsworth 10.5.1932- Sometime advisor to the United Nations on population studies and a professor of demography at Glasgow University. Hollingsworth T. H. 1969 Historical Demography The sources of history. Studies in the uses of historical evidence. London: The Sources of History Ltd in association with Hodder and Stoughton Ltd. 448 pages. Axel Honneth Honneth, A. 1991 The Critique of Power: Reflective Stages in a Critical Social Theory . Cambridge: MIT Press, Richard Hooker (1554-1600) Hooker, R. 1593-1648 (8 Volumes) Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity . Quoted Locke, J. 1689 . Extracts in Hillerbrand 1968 Quoted by Locke on equality Roger Hopkins Burke Principal Lecturer in Criminology at Nottingham Trent University. Appears to be R. Hopkins Burke rther than R.H. Burke. His email address begins "roger.hopkins-burke" website Hopkins Burke, R. 2001 An Introduction to Criminological Theory Cullompton, Devon. Willan Publishers. [Second edition 2005] Hopkins Burke, R. 2009 An Introduction to Criminological Theory Third edition. Cullompton, Devon. Willan Publishers. Contents: 1 Introduction: crime and modernity; Part One: The rational actor model of crime and criminal behaviour; 2 Classical criminology ; 3 Populist conservative criminology; 4 Contemporary rational actor theories; Part Two: The predestined actor model of crime and criminal behaviour; 5 Biological positivism ; 6 Psychological positivism ( Psychodynamic - Behavioural - Cognitive); 7 Sociological positivism ; 8 Women and positivism; Part Three: The victimised actor model of crime and criminal behaviour; 9 Labelling theories; 10 Conflict and radical theories ; 11 The gendered criminal; 12 Critical criminology ; Part Four: Integrated theories of crime and criminal behaviour; 13 Socio-biological theories; 14 Environmental theories; 15 Social control theories; 16 Left realism ; Part Five: Crime and criminal behaviour in the age of moral uncertainty; 17 Crime and the postmodern condition; 18 Cultural criminology and the schizophrenia of crime; 19 Crime, globalisation and the risk society; 20 Conclusion: crime radical moral communitarian criminology offline Hopkins Burke, R. 2008 Young people, crime and justice Cullompton: Willan. Contents: 1 Introduction - The Problem of Youth Crime; Part 1: Young People, Criminality and Criminal Justice; 2 Children, Young People and Modernity; 3 From Justice to Welfare and its Malcontents; 4 Youth Justice and the New Conservatism; Part 2: Explaining Youth Criminal Behaviour; 5 Youth Offending as Rational Behaviour; 6 Biological Explanations of Youth Offending; 7 Psychological Explanations of Youth Offending; 8 Sociological explanations of youth crime; Part 3: The Contemporary Youth Justice System and its Critics; 9 New Labour and the New Youth Justice; 10 The Contemporary Youth Justice System; 11 Effective Youth Justice in Practice; 12 Reflections on the Management of Contemporary Youth Crime; John Hostettler Hostettler, J. 2009 A History of Criminal Justice in England and Wales Hook, Hampshire: Waterside Press; Portland, Oregon: North American distributor, International Specialised Book Services. x, 347 pages. Contents: Origins of Criminal Justice in Anglo-Saxon England Saxon Dooms - Our Early Laws The Norman Influence and The Angevin Legacy Criminal Law In Medieval and Early Modern England The Common Law in Danger The Commonwealth The Whig Supremacy and Adversary Trial The Jury in the Eighteenth Century Punishment and Prisons Nineteenth Century Crime and Policing Victorian Images A Century of Criminal Law Reform Criminal Incapacity A Revolution in Procedure Early Twentieth Century Improvement After World War Two Twenty-First Century Regression? The Advent of Restorative Justice Conclusion Select Bibliography Max Horkheimer 1895-1973 weblinks Horkheimer, M. 1937 "Traditional and Critical Theory" available at http://www.sfu.ca/~andrewf/hork.doc offline - See Max Horkheimer's biography 1944 See Adorno and Horkheimer 1944 Horkheimer, M. 1972 , Critical Theory: selected essays, Seabury Press. Wolfgang Huber 1935- German psychiatrist who worked in the Psychiatric Hospital of the University of Heidelberg from 1964 to 1970. Arrested summer 1971. In prison from 1971 to January 1976. (Wikipedia) - See also earthcore Huber, W. 1972 SPK, aus der Krankheit eine Waffe machen : eine Agitationsschrift des Sozialistischen Patientenkollektivs an der Universität Heidelberg with a forward by Jean-Paul Sartre. Author: Sozialistisches Patientenkollektiv. Series Trikont-Texte Munich: Trikont-Verlag. 136 pages. ISBN: 3920385470. A translation into English was drafted by a collective in January-May 1973 and privately distributed. (quotations from) In a letter of 19.4.1988, Huber says "The SPK-publications that had been prepared by me, in particular the book SPK - Turn Illness into a Weapon, containing Sartre's Preface, had already been published in German in 1972, while the editions to be published abroad were on their way." Huber, W. 1976 Iatrokratie im Weltmassstab (Treatment democracy of a world scale?) Huber, W. 1983/1987 Der Begriff Einzelhaft (The term of solitary confinement?) Huber, W. 1993 Über das Anfangen : zur Vorgeschichte des Sozialistischen Patientenkollektiv (1970) und der Patientenfront (1973) : wie aus der Krankheit eine Waffe wurde : 20 Jahre Patientenfront by W. D Huber (The start: to the history of the Socialist patients collective (1970) and the patient front (1973): how the disease became a weapon: 20 years of patient front by W. D Huber See ruprecht Heidelberger student(inn)enzeitung , Nr. 35 16.5.1995 Inhalt Google translation to English - See earthcore Henri Hubert and Marcel Mauss Hubert, H and Mauss, M. 1899 "Essai sur la nature et la fonction du sacrifice" (Essay on the nature and function of sacrifice) Année Sociologique , 2, 1899, pp. 29- 138. Available online from Les Classiques des sciences sociales at http://classiques.uqac.ca/classiques/mauss_marcel/oeuvres_1/oeuvres_1_3/ess ai_sacrifice.html Alastair Hudson 6.11.1968- Hudson, A. 2007- or Hudson's words Words and Concepts (date from last modificatiopn). Include Individualisation Olwen Hufton 1938- Hufton, O. 1971 Women in Revolution, 1789-1796 Past and Present no.53, November 1971. Reprinted as Chapter 6 in Johnson, D. 1976 (pp 148- 166) Andrew Hughes James J. Hughes Hughes, J. 1994 "The Doctor Patient Relationship: A Review". Chapter one of Organization and Information at the Bed-Side: The Experience of the Medical Division of Labor by University Hospitals' Inpatients . Thesis: Department of Sociology, University of Chicago. November 1994. Available at http://www.changesurfer.com/Hlth/DPReview.html Joan Hughes Hughes, Joan 1999 - What is Science? Summaries and Reviews available at http://studymore.org.uk/science.htm John A Hughes 1941 - University of Lancaster John A. Hughes, Peter J. Martin and W. W. Sharrock Hughes, J.A., Martin, P.J. and W. W. Sharrock 1995 Understanding Classical Sociology : Marx, Weber, Durkheim London and Thousand Oaks, California: Sage. viii and 230 pages. Hughes, J.A., W. W. Sharrock and Martin, P.J. 2003 Understanding Classical Sociology : Marx, Weber, Durkheim London and Thousand Oaks, California: Sage. viii and 246 pages. Second editon CONTENTS Introduction Sociology's Intellectual Character Conclusion Select Bibliography and Further Reading Karl Marx Biography and Social Background Early Years: The Critique of Hegel 's Idealism Turning Hegel the Right Way Up The Critique of Political Economy The Partnership with Engels The Materialist Conception of History The Priority of Society The Material Basis of Social Organisation Economic Production and Social Organisation The Shaping of Consciousness The Sources of Social Change The Nature of Social Change Social Revolution The Economic Sources of Social Change Issues of Interpretation Changes in the Nature of Capitalism Conclusion: Marx's Legacy Select Bibliography and Further Reading Max Weber The Early Career Weber and Modern Capitalism The Organisation of Society Capitalism, Rationality and Social Change The Methodological Weber The Legacy Select Bibliography and Further Reading Emile Durkheim The Study of Social Action [Notes that Weber is usually associated with social action, but that Parsons included Durkheim in his Structure of Social Action] The Reality of Society The Unity of Society Autonomy and Constraint The Solidarity of Society Thought and Society The Diagnosis of Society The Aftermath Select Bibliography and Further Reading Conclusion Towards a Postmodern Marx? The Durkheimian Legacy Which Weber? Concluding Remarks Hunt, A. 1978 The Sociological Movement in Law , London, Macmillan. Joseph McVicker Hunt 19.3.1906-9.1.1991 Developmental psychologist. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. See Profile by E.A. Kral Hunt, J.M. 1944 (Editor) Personality and the Behaviour Disorders: A handbook based on experimental and clinical research New York: The Ronald Press Company. Hunt, J.M. 1961 Intelligence and Experience New York: Ronald Press Co. ix and 416 pages. Contents: The belief in fixed intelligence The belief in predetermined development Information-processing and experience Piaget's observations: the sensorimotor period Piaget's observations: from sensorimotor schemata to formal operations Some implications of Piaget's work and other evidence Some reinterpretations Recapitulation and conclusion. Hunt, J.M. 1969 The Challenge of Incompetence and Poverty: Papers on the role of early education Urbana; London : University of Illinois Press. xiii and 289 pages. Seven essays on cultural deprivation, intellectual development, equality of opportunity and related subjects. Hunt, L. 1992 The Family Romance of the French Revolution David Hume 1711-1776 Hume, D. 1739 / 1740 A Treatise of Human Nature: Being an Attempt to Introduce the Experimental Method of Reasoning into Moral Subjects . Three books, each divided into parts and sections: Book 1 Of the Understanding; Book 2 Of the Passions; Book 3 Of Morals. Extracts on: origin of ideas - virtue Dina Ibrahim Ibrahim, D. 2012 Compensatory Education: Insights into history Unpublished dissertation. Middlesex University. offline Inglis, B. 1972 Poverty and the Industrial Revolution . Panther Michael Ignatieff Ignatieff, M. 1981 "State, civil society and total institutions: a critique of recent social histories of punishment". Crime and Justice 1981 The University of Chicago Press Abstract: Three books published during the seventies, by Michel Foucault, Michael Ignatieff, and David Rothman, greatly revised the history of the penitentiary. Contrary to the received wisdom which located the penitentiary's origin in the altruism of Quakers and other humanitarian reformers, and portrayed it as a humane advance from the squalid jails and workhouses, corporal and capital punishment, and transportation that preceded it, the revisionist accounts characterized the penitentiary, and other nineteenth-century "asylums" as weapons of class conflict or instruments of "social control." Social theories on a grand scale, such as Marxism or structural-functionalism, however, claim too much. The revisionist historiography of the prison followed these theories into three major misconceptions: that the state controls a monopoly over punitive regulation of behavior, that the state's moral authority and practical power are the major sources of social order, and that all social relations can be described in terms of power and subordination. The next generation of historical writing on crime and punishment must subject these distorting misconceptions to empirical examination. Institute of Contemporary Arts ICA7 1988 Black Film, British Cinema ICA documents 7. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, Contents include: Recoding Narratives of Race and Nation, by Kobena Mercer. pp 4-14 New Ethnicities by Stuart Hall. pp 27-31 Black Film in 80s' Britain, by Colin MacCabe. pp 31-32 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) IAEA 2006 "Chernobyl's Legacy: Health, Environmental and Socio-Economic Impacts and Recommendations to the Governments of Belarus, the Russian Federation and Ukraine" by the Chernobyl Forum: A Digest Report summarising the various technical reports done by the WHO, IAEA and UNDP (2006). Available at http://www.who.int/ionizing_radiation/chernobyl/chernobyl_digest_report_EN. pdf?ua=1 offline International Telecommunication Union ITU 2009 Measuring the Information Society 2009 International Telecommunication Union pdf version available at http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/publications/idi/ ITU 2010 Measuring the Information Society 2010 International Telecommunication Union pdf version available at http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/publications/idi/ ITU 2011 Measuring the Information Society 2011 International Telecommunication Union pdf version available at http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/publications/idi/ ITU 2012 Measuring the Information Society 2012 International Telecommunication Union pdf version available at http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/publications/idi/ See Subject Index Social Networks Internet Journal of Criminology Nottingham Trent University, http://www.internetjournalofcriminology.com INVOLVE What is now known as INVOLVE was established in 1996 to support active public involvement in National Health Service research (in England). This was later extended to research in public health and social care. It is part of, and funded by, the National Institute for Health Research . Standing Advisory Group on Consumer Involvement in the NHS Research and Development Programme Involve 1.1.1998 Involve1.pdf Health Research: What's in it for consumers? Report of the Standing Advisory Group on Consumer Involvement in the NHS Research and Development Programme. Consumers in NHS Research Support Unit Newsletters Offline: Spring 2000 - Summer 2000 - Autumn 2000 - Winter 2000/2001 - Spring 2001 - Summer 2001 - Autumn 2001 - Winter 2001/2002 website was http://www.hfht.org/ConsumersinNHSResearch (no archive). It moved to http://www.conres.co.uk archive 22.4.2002 Offline: Spring 2002 - Summer 2002 - Autumn 2002 - Winter 2002/2003 - Spring 2003 [we will of course keep using Angela Martin 's cartoons!] Offline: Consumers in NHS Research - A Guide for Contributors to the Newsletter Publications INVOLVE 9.2001 Royle Getting Involved in Research - a Guide for Consumers Available at [Illustration: Angela Martin ] INVOLVE 4.2002 Hanley Involving Consumers in Research and Development in the NHS: Briefing Notes for Researchers (48 pages) April 2002. Available at https://web.archive.org/web/20030314192315/http://www.conres.co.uk/pdf/invo lving_consumers_in_research.pdf (offline) INVOLVE 4.2002/2004 Hanley Involving the public in NHS, public health, and social care research: Briefing Notes for Researchers (73 pages) 2004 Second edition; file size: 598 KB (key document - NEW!) This is an introductory document designed for researchers with no previous experience of involving members of the public as active partners in research. It is a revision of the first edition which was published in 2000 and includes the more recent work of INVOLVE in the Policy Research Programme (PRP). (offline) INVOLVE July 2003 "Consumers in NHS Research have a new name INVOLVE (formerly Consumers in NHS Research) Wessex House, Upper Market Street, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 9FD http://www.invo.org.uk/index.htm archive 6.9.2003 - first archive of website 5.11.2004 - present website "Welcome to this first edition of our newsletter under the new name, 'INVOLVE.' Our original name - 'Consumers in NHS Research' - no longer adequately describes our broadened remit to cover public health and social care in addition to NHS research in our work." Offline: Summer 2003 - Autumn 2003 - Winter 2003/2004 - Spring 2004 - Summer 2004 - 2004 Newsletters Winter 2014/2015 2006 NIMHE Policy and Vision Statement: the purpose of involvement Offline: Involve1.pdf - Involve2.pdf - Involve3.pdf . See Making a Real Difference 2006/2007 Kinko Ito 1957- Department of Sociology and Anthropology. University of Arkansas at Little Rock illustrated handbill - offline Ito, K. 2010 A Sociology of Japanese Ladies' Comics: Images of the life, loves, and sexual fantasies of adult Japanese women Kinko Ito ; with a foreword by John A. Lent. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press. vii and 237 pages. See Subject Index Culture Catherine Jackson Hughlings Jackson Nicky Ali Jackson Jackson, N.A. 2007 (Editor) Encyclopedia of Domestic Violence New York; London : Routledge. xxix and 789 pages. Stevi Jackson and Sue Scott Jackson, S. and Scott, S. 2002 (Editors) Gender: A Sociological Reader Routledge student readers. London: Routledge, xiv and 465 pages. Contents: Introduction: The Gendering of Sociology. Part One - Gender and Knowledge . 1. Should 'sex' really be 'gender' - or 'gender' really be 'sex'? by Liz Stanley 2. Doing sex by Candice West and Don H. Zimmerman 3. Performative subversions by Judith Butler 4. Rethinking sex and gender by Christine Delphy 5. Hegemonic masculinity by Bob Connell 6. Women's perspective as a radical critique by Dorothy E. Smith 7. Learning from the outsider within: The sociological significance of black feminist thought 8. The heterosexual imaginary by Chrys Ingraham Part Two - Class, Gender and the Labour Market 9. Women and social stratification: A case of intellectual sexism by Joan Acker 10. Gender, class and stratification: Towards a new approach by Sylvia Walby 11 Capitalism, patriarchy and job segregation by sex by Heidi Hartman 12 Women working world wide by Swasti Mitter 13 Black women, sexism and racism by Gemma Tang Nain (1991) 14 Patriarchy and the professions: The gendered politics of occupational closure by Ann Witz 15 Full wages and component wages by Janet Siltanen 16 Lesbians in manual jobs by Gillian Dunne 17 A single or segregated market? Gendered and racialised divisions by Annie Phizarcklea Part Three - Paid and Unpaid Work . Part Four - Marriage and Intimate Relationships. Part Five - Becoming Gendered. Part Six - Gendered Embodiment. Thomas Alfred Jackson 1879-1955 Jackson, T.A. 1935 A Great Socialist-Frederick Engels . National Council of Labour Colleges pamphlet. Jackson, T.A. 1945 (2nd edition. 1st: 1940) Trials of British Freedom. Being studies in the history of the fight for democratic freedom in Britain . Lawrence and Wishart. Allison James and Alan Prout Allison James: Professor of Sociology at the University of Sheffield. James, A. and Prout, A. 1990 (Editors) Constructing and Reconstructing Childhood: Contemporary issues in the sociological study of childhood London: Falmer. 248 pages. Contents A new paradigm for the sociology of childhood? by A. Prout and A. James Constructions and reconstructions of British childhood: 1800 to the present by H. Hendrick. Psychology and the cultural construction of children's needs by M. Woodhead A voice for children in statistical and social accounting by J. Qvortrup Its a small world: Disneyland, the family and multiple re- representations of American childhood by P. Hunt and R. Frankenberg Negotiating childhood: changing constructions of age for Norwegian children by A. Solberg Street children by B. Glauser Who are you kidding? Children, power and the struggle against sexual abuse by J. Kitzinger Childhood and the policy makers by J. Boyden. Inspired by the 3rd international workshop on the ethnography of childhood, Cambridge, this book explores the ways in which childhood is socially constructed. It's intention is to show the ways in which the immaturity of children is conceived and articulated in particular societies into culturally specific sets of ideas and philosophies, attitudes and practices which combine to define the "nature of childhood" Subject index: Childhood James, A., Jenks, C. and Prout, A. 1998 Theorising Childhood Cambridge: Polity. Allison James and Adrian L. James Adrian L. James is Professor of Applied Social Studies at the University of Sheffield. James, A. and James, A.L. 2004 Constructing Childhood: Theory, policy, and social practice Houndmills ; New York, N.Y. : Palgrave Macmillan, x and 244 pages. Contents Part One: Towards a cultural politics of childhood -- 1. Constructing children, childhood and the child -- 2. Key constructs : politics, policies and process -- 3. The production and reproduction of childhood -- 4. The universalisation of law? Part Two: Case studies in the cultural politics of childhood -- 5. Education -- 6. Health -- 7. Crime -- 8. The family -- Concluding thoughts : continuity and change. James, C.L.R. 1938/1980 The Black Jacobins. Toussaint L'Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution . William James 1842-1910 James, W. 1907 Pragmatism: a new name for some old ways of thinking: popular lectures on philosophy . London and New York: Longman. Lectures delivered at the Lowell Institute in Boston in November and December, 1906, and in January, 1907, at Columbia University, in New York. Available at http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uva.x001053802 Contents Lecture one: The Present Dilemma in Philosophy Chesterton quoted. Everyone has a philosophy. Temperament is a factor in all philosophizing. Rationalists and empiricists. The tender-minded and the tough-minded. Most men wish both facts and religion. Empiricism gives facts without religion. Rationalism gives religion without facts. The layman's dilemma. The unreality in rationalistic systems. Leibnitz on the damned, as an example. M. I. Swift on the optimism of idealists. Pragmatism as a mediating system. An objection. Reply: philosophies have characters like men, and are liable to as summary judgments. Spencer as an example. Lecture two: What Pragmatism Means The squirrel. Pragmatism as a method. History of the method. Its character and affinities. How it contrasts with rationalism and intellectualism. A 'corridor theory.' Pragmatism as a theory of truth, equivalent to 'humanism.' Earlier views of mathematical, logical, and natural truth. More recent views. Schiller's and Dewey's 'instrumental' view. The formation of new beliefs. Older truth always has to be kept account of. Older truth arose similarly. The 'humanistic' doctrine. Rationalistic criticisms of it. Pragmatism as mediator between empiricism and religion. Barrenness of transcendental idealism. How far the concept of the Absolute must be called true. The true is the good in the way of belief. The clash of truths. Pragmatism unstiffens discussion. Lecture three: Some Metaphysical Problems Pragmatically Considered The problem of substance. The Eucharist. Berkeley's pragmatic treatment of material substance. Locke's of personal identity. The problem of materialism. Rationalistic treatment of it. Pragmatic treatment. 'God' is no better than 'Matter' as a principle, unless he promise more. Pragmatic comparison of the two principles. The problem of design. 'Design' per se is barren. The question is WHAT design. The problem of 'free-will.' Its relations to 'accountability.' Free-will a cosmological theory. The pragmatic issue at stake in all these problems is what do the alternatives PROMISE. Lecture four: The One and the Many Total reflection. Philosophy seeks not only unity, but totality. Rationalistic feeling about unity. Pragmatically considered, the world is one in many ways. One time and space. One subject of discourse. Its parts interact. Its oneness and manyness are co- ordinate. Question of one origin. Generic oneness. One purpose. One story. One knower. Value of pragmatic method. Absolute monism. Vivekananda. Various types of union discussed. Conclusion: We must oppose monistic dogmatism and follow empirical findings. Lecture five: Pragmatism and Common Sense Noetic pluralism. How our knowledge grows. Earlier ways of thinking remain. Prehistoric ancestors DISCOVERED the common sense concepts. List of them. They came gradually into use. Space and time. 'Things.' Kinds. 'Cause' and 'law.' Common sense one stage in mental evolution, due to geniuses. The 'critical' stages: 1) scientific and 2) philosophic, compared with common sense. Impossible to say which is the more 'true.' Lecture six: Pragmatism's Conception of Truth The polemic situation. What does agreement with reality mean? It means verifiability. Verifiability means ability to guide us prosperously through experience. Completed verifications seldom needful. 'Eternal' truths. Consistency, with language, with previous truths. Rationalist objections. Truth is a good, like health, wealth, etc. It is expedient thinking. The past. Truth grows. Rationalist objections. Reply to them. Lecture seven: Pragmatism and Humanism The notion of THE Truth. Schiller on 'Humanism.' Three sorts of reality of which any new truth must take account. To 'take account' is ambiguous. Absolutely independent reality is hard to find. The human contribution is ubiquitous and builds out the given. Essence of pragmatism's contrast with rationalism. Rationalism affirms a transempirical world. Motives for this. Tough-mindedness rejects them. A genuine alternative. Pragmatism mediates. Lecture eight: Pragmatism and Religion Utility of the Absolute. Whitman's poem 'To You.' Two ways of taking it. My friend's letter. Necessities versus possibilities. 'Possibility' defined. Three views of the world's salvation. Pragmatism is melioristic. We may create reality. Why should anything BE? Supposed choice before creation. The healthy and the morbid reply. The 'tender' and the 'tough' types of religion. Pragmatism mediates. Fredric Jameson Sources about: Adam Roberts 2000 Jameson, F. 1981 The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a socially symbolic act London : Methuen. 305 pages Fredric Jameson and Anders Stephanson Jameson, F. and Stephanson, A. 1989 "Regarding Postmodernism - A Conversation with Fredric Jameson" Social Text, No. 21, Universal Abandon? The Politics of Postmodernism (1989), pp. 3-30 Duke University Press offline Jameson, F. 1991 Postmodernism, or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. Contents: Introduction ix 1. CULTURE: The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism 1 2. IDEOLOGY: Theories of the Postmodern 55 3. VIDEO: Surrealism Without the Unconscious 67 4. ARCHITECTURE: Spatial Equivalents in the World System 97 5. SENTENCES: Reading and the Division of Labor 131 6. SPACE: Utopianism After the End of Utopia 154 7. THEORY: Immanence and Nominalism in Postmodern Theoretical Discourse 181 8. ECONOMICS: Postmodernism and the Market 260 9. FILM: Nostalgia for the Present 279 10. CONCLUSION: Secondary Elaborations 297 offline - two sections from chapter one at marxists.org archive of Richard Richter's analysis David Jary and Julia Jary Jary, D. and Jary, J. 2000 Sociology (Collins Dictionary) John J. Jenkins Jenkins. J.J. 1983 Understanding Locke : An introduction to philosophy through John Locke's Essay Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press xviii, and 256 pages Philip Jenkins 1952- Jenkins, P. 1998 Moral Panic: Changing concepts of the child molester in modern America New Haven, Connecticut; London: Yale University Press. xii and 302 pages Attempts to document attitudes towards sexual offenders interested in children have fluctuated in North America since the late nineteenth century. In the 1970s many experts thought molestation was very rare and that molesters were merely confused individuals unlikely to repeat their offenses. In the 1990s sexual abuse of children is widely considered a grave and pervasive problem and child molesters as predators who compulsively repeat their crimes and have little hope of cure. (subject index child abuse) Richard Jenkins 1952- Jenkins, R. 1992 Pierre Bourdieu Key sociologists series. London: Routledge. 190p (Revised edition in 2002). Contents: A Book for Reading; Anthropology and Structuralism; Experiments in Epistemology; Practice, Habitus and Field; Symbolic Violence and Social Reproduction; Culture, Status and Distinction; Uses of Language; Using Bourdieu; Reading Bourdieu. Jenkins, R. 1996 Social identity Routledge Key ideas series. London: Routledge. Second edition 2004 - Third edition 2008. Contents: 1. Knowing Who We Are 2. A Sign of the Times 3. Common Sense 4. Theorising Social Identity 5. Selfhood and Mind 6. Social Selves 7. Entering Society 8. Self-image and Public Image 9. Groups and Categories 10. The Social Organisation of Difference 11. The Symbolic Construction of Similarity 12. Predictability 13. Institutionalising Identity 14. Organising Identities 15. Allocation and Classification 16. Modernity, Rationality and Identity. Summary: Social identity provides frameworks of similarity and difference that enable people to relate in a consistent and meaningful fashion. It makes society possible. Social identity should be seen as both individual and collective. Explores theorists of identity including George Herbert Mead - Erving Goffman - Roland Bathes - and Pierre Bourdieu is examined. Jenkins, R. 8.2010 "What interactionism can teach us: towards a model of distributed vulnerability". Presentation by Richard Jenkins at the 3rd Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference (Nottingham) August 2010 available at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/sociology/pdfs/qrmh/keynote-addresses/richard- jenkins.pptx (offline) Chris Jenks 12.6.1947- Glodsmiths College, London Jenks, C. 1982 (Editor) The Sociology of Childhood: Essential readings London : Batsford Academic and Educational, Contents: An archaeology of childhood - the discovery of childhood; the image of the child; the evolution of the child; the child as emergent being - the child's relations with others; embodiment and child development; the emergence of mind within sociality; origins of the child in myth and dream - abandoning the child; reveries toward childhood; a paradigm of guilt - Oedipus Rex; toys; constraining the child to order - the socialization of the child and the internationalization of social value orientations; childhood; the rise of the child-saving movement; madness is childhood; the child at work and play - the lore and language of school children; the everyday world of the child; the work of little children; the play of little children; comparative approaches to childhood; the necessity and significance of comparative research in developmental psychology; early childhood experience and later education in complex cultures; the child in social time - eight ages of man; the problem of generations; historical development of the multiplicity of times and implications for the analysis of ageing Subject index: Childhood Karen Diane Jennett Jennett, K.D. 2008 "Female Figurines of the Upper Paleolithic" Texas State University thesis. May 2008. Availabe at https://digital.library.txstate.edu/bitstream/handle/10877/3202/fulltext.pd f (offline) Hans Joas 1948- Joas, H. 1980 Praktische Intersubjektivität : die Entwicklung des Werkes von George Herbert Mead Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1980. 258 pages [1979 Thesis for Freie University Berlin] Joas, H. 1980/1985 G.H. Mead, A contemporary re-examination of his thought by Hans Joas. A translation into English, by Raymond Meyer, of Joas, H. 1980 . Studies in contemporary German social thought. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. 266 pages Joas, H. 1997 George Herbert Mead and the Renaissance of American pragmatism in Social Theory in Camic, C. 1997 pp 262-281 Allan G. Johnson Johnson, A.G. 1995 The Blackwell Dictionary of Sociology : A user's guide to sociological language. Oxford : Blackwell, 1995 xi and 378 pages Second edition: Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, 2000. xii and 412 pages Douglas Johnson Johnson, D. 1976 (Editor) French Society and the Revolution. Essays published in "Past and Present" 1966-1976 . Suzie and Jean Johnson Norman Johnston Johnston, N. 3.2009 "Evolving Function: Early Use of Imprisonment as Punishment" The Prison Journal Volume:89 Issue:1 March 2009 Pages:10S to 34S (offline) Edgar Jones Ernest Jones 1879-1958 Jones, E. 1953/1955/1957 (3 Volumes) The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud . Jones, E. 1961/1964 The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud . One volume abridgement, 1961, by Lionel Trilling and Steven Marcus. Re- published by Penguin in 1964 Extract on John Stuart Mill Greta Jones Greta Jones, 1980 Social Darwinsim and English Thought. The Interaction Between Biological and Social Theory. Harvester. Kathleen Jones Robert Jones Robert Alun Jones Professor emeritus of religious studies, history, and sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign See The Durkheim Pages Jones, R.A. 1986 Emile Durkheim : An Introduction to Four Major Works . Beverly Hills, California. Sage Publications. 165 pages. Series: Masters of Social Theory (Volume 2) Contents Between Two Wars The Moral Basis of the Social Order The Division of Labor in Society (1893) Studying Social Facts The Rules of Sociological Method (1895) The Social Conditions of Psychological Health Suicide (1897) Reason, Religion, and Society The Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912) Why Read the Classics? Extracts on R.A. Jones website : pages 12-23 Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work (1858-1917) - pages 24-59: The Division of Labour (1893) - pages 60-81 The Rules of Sociological Method (1895) pages 82-114 - Suicide (1897) - pages 115-155 Elementary Forms of Religious Life (1912) Jones, R.A. 1997 The Other Durkheim: History and Theory in the Treatment of Classical Sociological Thought in Camic, C. 1997 pp 142-172 Stephen Jones Jones, T., MacLean, B. & Young, J. 1986 The Islington Crime Survey: crime, victimization and policing in inner-city London . Aldershot: Gower. Tim Jordan Jordan, T. 2005 "Social Movements and Social Change" CRESC Working Paper Series - Working Paper No. 7. Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC). Faculty of Social Sciences, The Open University, Milton Keynes. September 2005. Available at http://www.archive.cresc.ac.uk/documents/papers/wp7.pdf (offline) Journal of Abnormal Psychology The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC) launched June 1995 Journals of the houses of parliament The Journal of Mind and Behavior Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology Jayasree Kalathil Editor of aaina from March 2001 Jayasree moved to the United Kingdom about 2003 Kalathil, J. 3.2006 "Realities and Representations" A review of the film 15 Park Avenue , directed by Aparna Sen. Hailed as a new era for the representation of madness in Indian cinema. Jayasree Kalathil has her doubts. Published in aaina, March 2006. Available at https://web.archive.org/web/20150702204706/http://www.survivor- research.com/index.php/publications/27-reality-and-representation Kalathil, J. 9.2006 "The Road to Recovery". Jayasree Kalathil September 2006 Available at https://web.archive.org/web/20150702122729/http://www.survivor- research.com/index.php/publications/5-the-road-to-recovery Kalathil, J. 5.2007 "Let's Tell Our Stories: Looking for Black Women's Personal Narratives" Jayasree Kalathil. May 2007. Available at https://web.archive.org/web/20150702123350/http://www.survivor- research.com/index.php/publications/4-lets-tell-our-stories-looking-for- black-womens-personal-narratives Jayasree Kalathil, Joanna Bennett, Frank Keating 2007 Race Equality Training in Mental Health Services in England: Does One Size Fit All? Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health The report of a national scoping study on race equality training in mental health, written by Joanna Bennett, Jayasree Kalathil and Frank Keating. This report presents a historical analysis of the development of race related training and the findings of a survey of race equality training in mental health services in England. This is the first national study of race related training in mental health services. Available at http://www.nacro.org.uk/data/files/nacro-2007100901-473.pdf One Size Doesn't Fit All : A shorter version of the report of the national scoping study on race equality training in mental health in England, written by Joanna Bennett, Jayasree Kalathil and Frank Keating. This article was first published in Mental Health Today, November 2007. Kalathil, J. 11.2007 "After Ervadi : Faith Healing and Human Rights". Available at https://web.archive.org/web/20080916215500/http://www.survivor- research.com/index.php/publications/3-after-ervadi-faith-healing-and-human- rights In this article, Jayasree Kalathil discusses healing, human rights and the law in the context of yet another media call to close down faith/religious healing spaces in India. A version of the article was published in aaina, 7.3, November 2007. January 2008: Yvonne Christie : "This UK Black Phenomenon" Website: Survivor Research: Black and Minority Ethnic User-led Perspectives in Mental Health. First archive 18.11.2008 Jayasree Kalathil and Rowan Myron Dr Rowan Myron who is Associate Head of Research at the Mental Health Foundation Kalathil, J. and Myron, R. 11.2008 Engaging With Black And Minority Ethnic Communities about the Mental Capacity Act . Mental Health Foundation. November 2008. Research by Jayasree Kalathil supervised by Rowan Myron. Available at http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/engaging-black-minority-ethnic/ (offline) Kalathil, J. 2009 The Sackclothman DC Books, Kottayam, India Children's book exploring the friendship between a young girl and a homeless man. "From the time Anu can remember, the Sackcloth Man has been around in the village. Who is he? Where did he come from? Doesn't he have a home or family? The slowly growing friendship between Anu and the Sackcloth Man is at the centre of this story". Illustrated by Rakhi Peswani. Kalathil, J. 2.3.2009 " What's in a Name? Race, User Involvement and 'Hard to Reach' Communities" abstract and presentation Kalathil, J. 24.3.2009 Dancing to Our Own Tunes: Reassessing Black and Minority Ethnic Mental Health Service User Involvement National Survivor User Network Dancing to Our Own Tunes reports on the findings of a national consultation with service users/survivors from Black and minority ethnic communities and from White backgrounds on their experiences of "involvement,"both within statutory/voluntary sector organisations and within the mental health user/survivor movement. It makes a strong statement against tokenistic involvement initiatives that are simply about increasing "Black" faces in committees so that policy boxes can be ticked. The report highlights several barriers to meaningful involvement, including the overt and covert racism faced by people from minority ethnic backgrounds in these spaces. The report calls for a redefinition of user involvement that acknowledges the varied range of activities users and survivors from minority ethnic backgrounds are engaged in within their communities. The need now is to shift the locus of leadership to the communities whose involvement is being sought, support such initiatives and create a strong political voice that addresses not only mental health issues but also the racism that is prevalent within mental health services and within the society. The report was launched at an event on 24th March [2009], organised by NSUN who commissioned the report in collaboration with Catch-a-Fiya. source archived summary of revisions Kalathil, J. 24.3.2009/2011 2011 Reprint of the 24.3.2009 report with a review of the work undertaken on the recommendations. Available at http://www.nsun.org.uk/assets/downloadableFiles/dtoots_report_reprint-oct- 20112.pdf (offline) 2013 reprint available http://www.nsun.org.uk/assets/downloadableFiles/dtoots-report---for- website2.pdf (offline) Kalathil, J. 12.2009 Mental Health of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities: Continuing Priorities and Action Points December 2009. Available at http://www.survivor- research.com/images/documents/nh%20consultations%20full%20report.pdf Report of the consultations organised by the Afiya Trust as part of its response to New Horizons Afiya Sring 2010 Achieving equality in health and social care: a framework for action The Afiya Trust. Available at http://www.politicsresources.net/area/uk/ge10/man/groups/afiya_manifesto_sp ring_2010.pdf - (offline) Jayasree Kalathil with Beth Collier and Renuka Bhakta, Odete Daniel, Doreen Joseph, and Premila Trivedi Kalathil, J. and others 2011 Recovery and Resilience: African, African-Caribbean and South Asian Women's Narratives about Recovering from Mental Distress by Jayasree Kalathil and others. Mental Health Foundation and Survivor Research. Available at http://www.mhpf.org.uk/resources/research/recovery-and- resilience-african-african-caribbean-and-south-asian-women%E2%80%99s- narrati offline September 2012 Alison Faulkner and Jayasree Kalathil The Freedom to be, the Chance to Dream: Preserving User-led Peer Support in Mental Health