Items where Creator is "Bond-Taylor, Sue"

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Bond-Taylor, Sue (2017) Rethinking the 'crisis' in 'troubled families': relationships and the ethics of care. Discover Society, 45 . ISSN .

Bond-Taylor, Sue (2017) Tracing an ethic of care in the policy and practice of the Troubled Families Programme. Social Policy and Society, 16 (1). pp. 131-141. ISSN 1474-7464

Bond-Taylor, Sue (2016) Domestic surveillance and the Troubled Families Programme: understanding relationality and constraint in the homes of multiply disadvantaged families. People, Place and Policy, 10 (3). pp. 207-224. ISSN 1753-8041

Bond-Taylor, Sue (2015) Dimensions of family empowerment in work with so called ‘troubled’ families. Social Policy and Society, 14 (3). pp. 371-384. ISSN 1474-7464

Jameson, Jill, Strudwick, Katie, Bond-Taylor, Sue and Jones, Mandy (2012) Academic principles versus employability pressures: a modern power struggle or a creative opportunity? Teaching in Higher Education, 17 (1). pp. 25-37. ISSN 1356-2517

Book Section

Bond-Taylor, Sue and Davies, Ceryl (2019) Youth Justice Live! Flexible pedagogies in an online/offline community of practice. In: Flexible Pedagogies in Practice: Implementing flexibility in higher education through online learning communities. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Bond-Taylor, Sue (2014) The politics of 'anti-social' behaviour within the Troubled Families programme. In: Anti-social behaviour in Britain: Victorian and contemporary perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 141-154. ISBN 9781137399304

Paper or Report

Bond-Taylor, Sue and Somerville, Peter (2013) Evaluation of Families Working Together: Final Report on behalf of Lincolnshire County Council. Project Report. University of Lincoln, Lincoln.

Jameson, Jill, Strudwick, Katie, Bond-Taylor, Sue and Jones, M. (2010) Criminology in the professions: turning academic benchmarks into employability skills. Project Report. Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics.

Conference or Workshop contribution

Strudwick, Katie, Jameson, Jill and Bond-Taylor, Sue (2019) The ‘Lincoln effect’ : Student as Producer, innovative assessments and good practice. In: Showcasing Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice, 16 January 2019, University of Leeds.

Bond-Taylor, Sue (2015) Tracing an ethic of care in the policy and practice of the troubled families programme. In: 'Getting with the Programme' Workshop 1: History & Contemporary Practice, 11th February 2015, Durham University.


Bond-Taylor, Sue (2018) Ethics of Care in the Policy and Practice of Intensive Family Intervention Services. PhD thesis, University of Lincoln.


Bond-Taylor, Sue and Fronek, Patricia (2015) ‘Troubled’ or ‘disadvantaged’ families?: In conversation with Sue Bond-Taylor [Podsocs Episode 76]. [Audio]

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