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SOCIAL AND POLICYRESEARCH INSTITUTEANNUAL REPORT1 August 2008 – 31 July 20092388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 2 18/2/10 12:31:07

SOCIAL AND POLICYRESEARCH INSTITUTEANNUAL REPORT(1 AUGUST 2008 - 31 JULY 2009)CONTENTSPage No1. Foreword from the Pro Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation) 22. Foreword from the Director of the Research Institute 43. Social Work & Social Policy Group 53.1 Institute Members 73.2 Transitional Members 83.3 Development Status 83.4 Research Students Registering in 2008/09 93.5 Research Publications 103.6 Research Funding 174. Politics & International Relations Group 184.1 Institute Members 194.2 Transitional Members 194.3 Research Students Registering in 2008/2009 204.4 Research Publications 214.5 Research Funding 235. Education Group 245.1 Institute Members 255.2Transitional Members. 255.3Development Status 255.4Research Students Registering in 2008/09 265.5Research Publications 275.6Research Funding 306. Seminars 3112388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 1 18/2/10 12:31:07

1. Foreword by the Pro Vice Chancellor(Research and Innovation)I am particularly delighted to provide the Foreword tothis year’s Annual Reports. Research and Innovation at theUniversity of Ulster continues to grow and to make majorcontributions to the economic, social and cultural wellbeingof Northern Ireland and beyond. This past year has seenus climb to a position where we are in the top third ofresearch institutions in the country and are, again, amongstthe top performers in the UK in translating our researchand research expertise into significant economic benefit.In reading the annual reports from University of UlsterResearch Institutes I am confident that you will find the research undertaken atUlster to have more than fulfilled expectations over the past year.The University’s reputation for high quality research was independently confirmedthrough the results of the most recent Research Assessment Exercise. The overallperformance places Ulster in the top third of the UK institutions with three Unitsin the top three and eleven in the top twenty as measured against peers. This isour best ever performance and confirms our strategy on quality, selectivity andsupporting environment. Our exceptional performance in the RAE has boostedour efforts to attract high-calibre research staff to work alongside our existinginternationally strong teams, in attracting external research and other incomeand in completing work that has led to highly prestigious papers, books and otherkey performance outputs.We are now in a very strong and confident position as we prepare for the nextnational assessment due in 2013. This year we produced a new Research Strategyto provide us with an appropriate quality framework that will support our futuresubmission to the newly designed Research Excellence Framework (REF). The newapproach to assessment through the REF will present many challenges, particularly inrelation to the new Impact category and in the administrative structures. We embarkupon this process with great confidence and expectation having evidenced another verystrong performance in the translation of our research expertise into economic, socialand cultural benefits. There continues to be a very strong flow of research findingscoming out of our research activities this year, many as new disclosures, adding to ourintellectual property portfolio. We continue to exploit this asset through knowledge andtechnology transfer activities managed through our Office of Innovation.University of Ulster research teams were awarded grants totalling over £29M for theacademic year 2008/9, up almost £18M on the previous year. During the same periodResearch Capital funding totalled £8M and the University’s Research Council incomewas approximately £3M. A particularly pleasing aspect of our grant income profile showsthat grants were awarded to each of our six faculties and across all four campuses,highlighting research excellence throughout the University.Cross border research projects funded by the Department for Employment andLearning (DEL) under its Cross Border R&D Funding Programme accounted forthe substantial increase in research funding from previous years with five Ulsterresearch teams awarded grants totalling £7.7M to conduct collaborative researchprojects with sister universities in the Republic of Ireland.I am, of course, delighted but not surprised at this superb performance sinceexternal funders of research only allocate funding where they are confident thatquality exists and Ulster’s recent research activity is evidence of that quality. It is,however, particularly pleasing to record such a level of funding during a period22388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 2 18/2/10 12:31:07

when there has been significant pressure on the economy in general and financein particular. It is gratifying that funders have confidence in the quality of our workand are assured that it will reap benefits in the future.In addition to the annual allocation of DEL postgraduate studentships of £4.91M,this year, the University received just over £1.41M in support of 78 new andcontinuing DEL funded PhD studentships to be held in research areas thathave specific relevance to the Northern Ireland economy; thus allowing furtherdevelopment of R&D talent essential for innovation in business and the publicsector. This funding enables Ulster to support 272 full-time research studentswith a further 123 full-time awards supported from a range of other sources offunding.The University, through its research and outreach activity, makes a significantcontribution on the local and world stages. Our staff inform both policydevelopment at regional and national level and are leaders in gaining understandingof the many global challenges facing us in today’s world.I trust that you will enjoy reading the Report and I commend it to you as evidencethat research at the University of Ulster ranks highly amongst UK institutions.Professor ND BlackPro Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation)32388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 3 18/2/10 12:31:07

2. Foreword by the Research Institute DirectorAt the time of writing SPRI has expanded to include a cluster around Communicationand Linguistics thereby bringing the total number of researchers up toover 40. This expansion, together with the growth of early career researcherswho have achieved ‘development status’, provides evidence of the extent towhich SPRI now represents a major thrust to research based in the Faculty ofSocial Sciences. Almost a year from the outcome of the 2008 Research AssessmentExercise we are already deeply involved in the preparations for the2013 Research Excellence Framework (REF) both in responding to the initialConsultation but also the in UOA 40 (Social Policy and Social Work) being aparticipant in the pilot programme for developing the methodology surroundingthe measurement of ‘impact’ of research. This exercise will extend into themiddle of 2010 and will provide a good basis to understand the thinking behindthe guidance that will be issued to all universities concerning how the ‘impact’of research will be measured in the REF.On a personal note, this is my final report as Director of SPRI and the compilationof the 2009/10 report will fall to my successor. Since the creation ofResearch Institutes in 2005, they have become a secure way of building researchcapacity and encouraging high level performance for the University. The Universityof Ulster’s overall research profile has clearly benefited by the selectivityand quality, which must underpin the work of all Research Institutes. Therewill always be tensions in managing the twin tasks of teaching and conductingresearch but through the creation of Research Institutes, there seems to be aneffective mechanism for managing that interface and enhancing research performance.The Social Sciences (and the Humanities) have a clear role in society, whichoften gets lost in the politicians’ simplistic equating of science, technology,engineering and mathematics with economic and thereby, social progress, As theBritish Academy recently noted in its response to the REF Consultation.“The fundamental premise of our submission is that no society can call itselfprosperous and civilised unless it takes seriously the health and vitality of thehumanities and social sciences (HSS). HSS disciplines play an indispensable rolein the intellectual, cultural, economic and political life of this and other countries.They transmit an understanding of social and personal relations betweengenerations, provide the evidence, forms of enquiry and means of interpretationfor such understanding and contribute to public life more broadly through publishing,performance and exhibitions. Their contributions to social, political andcultural wellbeing are essential elements in the quality of collective and individuallife and in the development of intercultural understanding within and betweensocieties. Moreover, excellent HSS research underpins excellence in teaching.As with the natural sciences, HSS disciplines provide these benefits through thefruits of curiosity-driven research”.(The British Academy’s Contribution to HEFCE’s REF consultation, November 26, 2009)Fortunately, the University of Ulster recognises the substantial contributionmade to social, cultural and economic well being by the Social Sciences: may thislong continue.Bob Osborne42388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 4 18/2/10 12:31:08

3. Social Policy & Social Work ResearchThe highlight of this year for this research grouping came with the results of RAE2008 which saw the group of 16achieving a result with 60% of its activities rated as either world leading in terms of originality, significance or rigour(4*) or quality of international excellence (3*). This result saw the group into the top 20 in the UK – by far the bestresult achieved for this discipline since the RAE began over 20 years ago. The outcome, which was the equivalentof a 5* result when measured by the scoring system used in 2001, was achieved largely through senior researchersdelivering in the quality of their outputs and their substantial contributions to the research environment. Activitiesduring this year have continued to build on this measure of success. Professor Vani Borooah was elected to theRoyal Irish Academy while Professor Bob Osborne was elected to the Academy for Social Sciences. ProfessorSiddiq Osmani obtained a Visiting Research Fellowship jointly funded by the ESRC and the Indian Council for SocialScience Research, which brought Dr Vikas Rawal of Jawaharlal Nehru University to work with him on aspects ofrural poverty in India. Professor Deidre Heenan took up an ESRC Placement Fellowship with the Office of Firstand Deputy First Minister to assist researchers there with analyzing access of older people in rural areas to publicservices. Dr Patricia Lundy was awarded a substantial award from the Leverhulme Trust to examine the ‘Policy ofthe Past in Northern Ireland’. Dr Una Convery completed a study of ‘Best Practice in Addressing Offending byWomen’ funded by the NIO while Dr Convery and Dr Linda Moore are part of a team which has received funding toresearch the rights of children with imprisoned parents in Europe. The research is being co-ordinated by the DanishInstitute for Human Rights and funded by the European Commission under the Fundamental Rights and Citizenshipprogramme. Dr Brian Taylor was appointed to the Editorial Board of the British Journal of Social Work. ProfessorDerek Birrell substantially completed work on his two books on public policy in Northern Ireland published byManchester University Press and the Policy Press respectively while Professor Colin Knox was similarly engaged inhis study in the outworking of devolution in Northern Ireland, also to be published by Manchester University Press.Goretti Horgan received a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship to examine the barriers faced by young people withdisabilities obtaining employment.The challenges facing this group in the future lie in the imminent retirement of some of the preeminent contributorsto the discipline within SPRI. Replacing experienced colleagues will be challenge. Fortunately, a significant groupof early career researchers specializing in criminology and policing research is emerging and this is reflected byConvery, Moore, McAlister and Topping achieving ‘development’ status in SPRI. The prospects for a significant groupof researchers in this area of research within the broader social and public policy themes of the group is a verypositive feature as we look towards the REF in 2012.Canadian StudiesCanadian Studies Programme has flourished within the Social and Policy Research Institute leading its internationalactivities. Feedback from the 2008 RAE acknowledged the significance of the Canadian focus in the institute’sresearch. Our work with Canada has been supported by the Government of Canada’s Program Development Grantand the Foundation of Canadian Studies in the UK’s project “Theorizing Multiculturalism and Social Cohesion inCanada and the UK: Lessons for Policy Implementation and Civic Engagement”. Four staff are engaged with thisproject• Dr Susan Hodgett (Director of Canadian Studies and President of the British Association for CanadianStudies) worked with Dr David Clark (LSE and Manchester) to develop a qualitative research methodologyin the area of multiculturalism, immigration and human development in Canada. Talks on this topic weredelivered at the Institute of Education, the University of London and at University College Dublin.• Professor Sile O’Connor as an outcome of a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council ofCanada funded project has published in Gender and the Contours of Precarious Employment (2009) by Leah F.Vosko (York University, Canada) et. al., Oxford: Routledge.• Dr Nick Acheson has worked on an exploration of the role of the Voluntary Sector in Ireland and Canadawith colleagues from Carleton University. He has presented his work ‘Compacts and the third sector’s rolein the multi-culturalism debate” at the National Council of Voluntary Organizations and the Voluntary SectorStudies Network and to the Carnegie UK Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society.52388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 5 18/2/10 12:31:08

• Professor Arthur Aughey supported by a Leverhulme Fellowship continues investigating UK policyon Multiculturalism and influences from the Canadian experience. He has several outstanding publicationsforthcoming in major journals.Other SPRI members have continued their work on Canada.• Professor Bob Osborne (& Professor Carol Agocs University of Western Ontario) have published papersand spoken on Employment Equity and Equality in comparative context in Canada and NI.• Dr Roger Austin (Education) has worked with Prof. Bill Hunter (University of Ontario) on the role ofICT in church based education. Their soon to be published work was presented at Memorial UniversityNewfoundland in May. Prof. Hunter addressed our School of Education on ‘The ending of denominationalschooling in Newfoundland; possible lessons for Northern Ireland’ in June.Further Canadian Studies seminars were held with Prof. Dennis Pilon, (University of Victoria) on Electoral Reform inCanada; and by Professor Guy La Forest, (Laval University) on “Asymmetrical Federalism in Canada”.The Canadian Studies Research Programme encompasses a mixture of activities including outreach to otherconstituencies. Our 2009 conference Accommodating Difference: Multiculturalism and Identity in Comparative Contextwas co-sponsored by the Northern Ireland Community Relations Council, the Government of Quebec and theGovernment of Canada. Keynote speaker Sociologist, Professor Gerard Bouchard, Université du Québec spoke onManaging Ethnic Diversity in Québec: the so-called “Accommodation Crisis” and the Bouchard Taylor Report. Theconference, attended by fifty community based representatives and academics heard from Alan Trench (Universityof Edinburgh) on “Arrangements for Securing Institutional Diversity” in Quebec. Professor Vera Regan (UniversityCollege Dublin) spoke too about second language acquisition in Ireland and Canada. Related issues were discussedat a seminar by Dr. Leslie Seidle from the Institute for Research in Public Policy Montreal on “Policy instruments forImmigrant Integration: Trends and Emerging Issues for academics”.In March 2009, Canadian Studies welcomed Dr. Steve Hewitt (University of Birmingham) at a conference co-fundedby the UK Higher Education Academy, Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies. In the samemonth, Director of Canadian Studies, Dr. Susan Hodgett, chaired the national Canadian Studies conference at OxfordUniversity with speakers including Canadian Supreme Court Justice Madam Rosalie Abella, Professor Keith Banting(Queens University Kingston) and Directors from the ESRC and AHRC. She was elected as Secretary to theInternational Council for Canadian Studies in Ottawa.62388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 6 18/2/10 12:31:08

3.1 INSTITUTE MEMBERSSurname Forename Title PositionAcheson Nick Dr Lecturer in Social PolicyBirrell Derek Professor Professor of Social Administration and PolicyBorooah Vani Professor Professor of Applied EconomicsCarmichael Paul Professor Head of School of Policy StudiesDuffy Michael Dr Lecturer in Social WorkHeenan Deirdre Professor Professor of Social PolicyHodgett Susan Dr Lecturer in SociologyHorgan Goretti Dr Lecturer in Social PolicyKnox Colin Professor Professor of Comparative Public PolicyLundy Patricia Dr Senior Lecturer in SociologyMcGregor Pat Dr Senior Lecturer in EconomicsMarnoch Gordon Dr Reader in Public PolicyMonaghan Rachel Dr Lecturer in Policy StudiesOffer John Professor Professor of Social Theory & PolicyOsborne Bob Professor Director - Social and Policy Research InstituteOsmani Siddiq Professor Professor of Developmental EconomicsO’Connor Sile Professor Professor of Social PolicyTaylor Brian Dr Senior Lecturer in Social Work72388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 7 18/2/10 12:31:08

3.2 TRANSITIONAL MEMBERSSurname Forename Title PositionBailey Mark Dr Lecturer in Economics3.3 DEVELOPMENT STATUSSurname Forename Title PositionConvery Una Dr Lecturer in CriminologyMoore Linda Dr Lecturer in CriminologyMcAlister Ruth Dr Lecturer in Criminology82388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 8 18/2/10 12:31:08

3.4 RESEARCH STUDENTS REGISTERING 2008/09NameJonathan ByrneTitle of ProjectShould the Peace Walls Come Down? An Exploration of the Conditions Required for theRemoval of Such Barriers in Two Post-Conflict Cities.Grant SourceVCRSNameGeraldine FlemingTitle of ProjectIdentification of Risk Factors by Social Workers in Decision Making Regarding theSafeguarding of Vulnerable Adults.Grant SourceSelf Funding92388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 9 18/2/10 12:31:08

3.5 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONSAchesonJOURNAL ARTICLES‘Peace Building and Participation in Northern Ireland: Local Social Movements and the Policy Process since theGood Friday Agreement’ Ethnopoliics, (2008), 7 (1) 63-80, (with Milofsky, C.).BirrellBOOKSBirrell, D (2009) (a) Direct Rule and the Governance of Northern Ireland. Manchester: Manchester UniversityPress.Birrell, D (2009) (b) The Impact of Devolution on Social Policy. Bristol: Policy Press.BorooahCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKS“Maternal Literacy and Child Malnutrition in India”, in M. Pal, P. Bharati, B. Ghosh, and T.S. Vasulu(edited), Genderand Discrimination, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2009.JOURNAL ARTICLES“Education, Occupational Class, and Unemployment in the Regions of the United Kingdom”, Education Economics,vol. 16, pp. 351-370, December 2008 (with John Mangan).“Deprivation, Violence, and Conflict: An Analysis of Naxalite Activity in the Districts of India”, InternationalJournal of Conflict and Violence, vol. 2, pp. 317-333, 2008.“Decomposing the characteristics of undergraduate student attrition” Applied Economics Letters, vol. 16, pp.933-937, 2009 (with Mark Bailey).“Terrorist Incidents in India, 1998–2004: A Quantitative Analysis of Fatality Rates”, Terrorism and Political Violence,Volume 21, pp.476 – 498, 2009.ConveryJOURNAL ARTICLESConvery, U., Haydon, D., Moore, L. and Scraton, P. (2008) ‘Children, Rights and Justice in Northern Ireland:Community and Custody’ Youth Justice Volume 8(3): 245-263.Moore, L. and Convery, U. (2008) ‘Barred from Change: the Incarceration of Children and Young People inNorthern Ireland’ Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 20(1): 79-94.102388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 10 18/2/10 12:31:08

HodgettJOURNAL ARTICLESSusan Hodgett (2008) ‘Unintelligent Accountability: Government, culture and the killing off of optimism’?Optimum Online the Journal of Pubic Sector Management 38 (2) see (University of Ottawa).Susan Hodgett (2008) ‘Sen, Culture and Expanding Participatory Capabilities in Northern Ireland’, Journal ofHuman Development 9 (2) pp. 165-183.Susan Hodgett and Severine Deneulin (2009) ‘On the Use of Narratives for Assessing Development Policy’,Public Administration 87 (1) pp. 65-79.HorganJOURNAL ARTICLESHorgan, C. (2009) “That child is smart because he is rich’: the impact of poverty on young children’s experienceof school” in , International Journal of Inclusive Education, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 359–376REPORTS & OTHER PUBLICATIONS(2009) Viewpoint: What can we do to tackle child poverty in Northern Ireland? Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.(2009) Speaking Out Against Poverty: the voices of children in disadvantaged areas, Save the Children, BelfastKnoxCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKS‘Administering the Summit: The Case of Kazakhstan’ in B. Connaughton, G. Sootla and B. Guy Peters (eds.)Politico-Administrative Relations at the Centre: Actors, Structures and Processes supporting the Executive, SlovakRepublic: NISPAcee – The Network of Institutes and School of Public Administration in Central and EasternEurope (2008) 146 – 160 (with Dinazat Kassymova)JOURNAL ARTICLES‘Policy Making in Northern Ireland: Ignoring the Evidence’ Policy and Politics (2008) Vol. 36 (3): 343 - 360.‘Kazakhstan: Modernising Government in the Context of Political Inertia’, International Review of AdministrativeSciences (2008) Vol. 74 (3): 477 – 496.‘Dealing with Sectoral Corruption in Bangladesh: Developing Citizen Involvement’, Public Administration andDevelopment, Vol. 29 (2), 2009, pp. 117 – 132.‘The Politics of Local Government Reform in Northern Ireland’, Local Government Studies, Vol. 35 (4), 2009, pp.435 – 455.‘Building Trust amidst Corruption in Bangladesh’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of InternationalAffairs, Vol. 98 (403), 2009, pp. 1 - 11.112388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 11 18/2/10 12:31:08

REPORTS & OTHER PUBLICATIONS‘Transformative Governance in Northern Ireland’ Parliamentary Brief (2009)LundyCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSLundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008) ‘The Role of Community in Participatory Transitional Justice’, in K. McEvoy& L. McGregor (eds) Transitional Justice from Below: Grassroots Activism and the Strugglefor Change, Oxford: Hart, 99-120.Lundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008) ‘Telling Stories, Facing Truths: Memory, Justice and Post-conflict Transition inNorthern Ireland’, in Colin Coulter & Michael Murray (eds) Northern Ireland after the Troubles? ASociety in Transition, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 29-48.Lundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008) ‘Embedding Justice: Truth-telling and Transitional Justice from Below’, LiamO’Hagan, (ed) Stories in Conflict: Towards Understanding and Healing, Yes! Publications, 11-126.Lundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008) ‘Attitudes Towards a Truth Commission for Northern Ireland’, in A SustainablePeace: Research as a Contribution to Peace-Building in Northern Ireland, Belfast:CRC,117-136.Lundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008) ‘Community, Truth Recovery and Conflict Transformation from Below’, in ASustainable Peace: Research as a Contribution to Peace-Building in Northern Ireland,Belfast:CRC, 155-172.JOURNAL ARTICLESLundy, P. (2009) ‘Can the Past be Policed? Lessons from the Historical Enquiries Team Northern Ireland’, Journalof Law and Social Challenges, Vol.11, Spring/Summer, 109-171.Lundy, P (2009) ‘Exploring Home-grown Transitional Justice & Its Dilemmas: A Case Study of Historical EnquiriesTeam, NI’. (Special Issue: Whose Justice: Local & Global Approaches to Transitional Justice), International Journalof Transitional Justice, Vol.3 (3), 321-340.Lundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008 June) ‘Whose Justice? Rethinking Transitional Justice from the Bottom-up’,Journal of Law and Society, 35:2, 265-292.Lundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008 March) ‘Truth, Justice and Dealing with the Legacy of the Past in NorthernIreland’, Ethnopolitics, 7:1, 117-133.Lundy, P. & McGovern, M. (2008 March) ‘A Trojan Horse? Unionism, Trust and Truth-telling in Northern Ireland’,International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2:1, 42-62.REPORTS & OTHER PUBLICATIONSLundy, P. (2009), Policing the Past, Just News: Committee on the Administration of Justice, July/August, 4-5.McGregorCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSMcGregor, P. (1984). The Impact of the Blight Upon the Pre-Famine Rural Economy in Ireland, Economic andSocial Review, vol.15, no.4, pp.289-303. reprinted in N.C. Fleming and Alan O’Day (ed) (2008) , Ireland and Anglo-Irish Relations since 1800: Critical Essays, Volume 1: Union to the Land War, Ashgate 978-0-7546-2774-6122388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 12 18/2/10 12:31:08

MarnochJOURNAL ARTICLES2008 ‘Leadership Competencies in the Context of Health Services’. Health Services Management Research,21 2 117-130 (with Jahrami and Gray).2008 ‘A Comparison of the Annual Reports Presented by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and theEnglish National Health Service’. Public Performance & Management Review, 31 4 567–601.2009 ‘Strategic Planning and Performance: An Exploratory Study of Housing Associations in Northern Ireland’,Financial Accountability and Management, 25 1 55-78 (with Courtney and Williamson).REPORTS & OTHER PUBLICATIONS2009 An exploratory study of parliamentarians and their use of healthcare performance metrics. The ScottishParliament Health and Community Care Committee RES-153-27-0008 29 January 2009 ESRC End of AwardReportMarnoch, G. (2008). Discussion Paper Series: No. 0809: A review of empirical research on politicians’ behaviouras end-users of performance metrics. University of Oxford: ESRC Public Services Programme.Marnoch, G. (2008). Discussion Paper Series: No. 0810: The Performance Metrics Boom and ParliamentaryScrutiny and Evaluation University of Oxford: ESRC Public Services Programme.MooreCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSScraton, P. and Moore, L. (2008) ‘The violation of women in prison in Northern Ireland’ in Scraton, P. andMcCullough, J. (eds) The Violence of Incarceration, Oxford: Routledge: 124-144JOURNAL ARTICLESConvery, U., Haydon, D., Moore, L. and Scraton, P. (2008) ‘Children, Rights and Justice in Northern Ireland:Community and Custody’, Youth Justice, Volume 8(3) 245-263. London: Sage.Moore, L. and Convery, U. (2008) ‘Barred from Change: the incarceration of children and young people inNorthern Ireland’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Volume 20(1) 79-94. Sydney: Institute of Criminology.Scraton, P. and Moore, L. (2009) ‘Hearing Voices’: Punishing Women’s Mental Ill Health in Northern Ireland’sJails’, International Journal of Prison Health, Issue 5(3) August 2009. Taylor and Francis.O’ConnorCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKS‘Ireland: Precarious employment in the context of the European Employment Strategy’ in Vosko, L.F., M.MacDonald and I. Campbell (eds), (2009) Gender and the Contours of Precarious Employment.Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge: 92-107‘The OMC and the EES: Broadening the Possibilities for Gender Equality’ in Beveridge, F. and S. Velluti (eds), (2008)Gender and the Open Method of Coordination Perspective on Law, Governance and Equality in the EU. Aldershot, UK:Ashgate: 77-101132388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 13 18/2/10 12:31:08

‘Liberalism, Citizenship and the Welfare State’ in van Oorschot, W., M. Opielka, and B. Pfau-Effinger (eds), (2008)Culture and the Welfare State. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar [with G. Robinson]: 29-49JOURNAL ARTICLES‘Public health development in the Baltic countries (1992-2005): from problems to policy’ The European Journal ofPublic Health (2008) Vol 18 No. 6: 586-592 [with V. Bankauskaite]‘Health Policy in the Baltic Countries since the 1990s’ Health Policy, (2008) 88: 155-165 [with V. Bankauskaite]OfferCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSJohn Offer (2009), ‘The poor law commission of 1905-09: a view from a century on’, in Social Policy Review, 21,edited by K, Rummery, I. Greener and C. Holden, Bristol, The Policy Press, pp. 109-129.OsborneJOURNAL ARTICLESEmerging Equality Policy in Britain in Comparative Context: A Missed Opportunity?, Public Money and Management,(2008), 28,5,305-312.Comparative Equity Policies in Canada and Northern Ireland: Policy Learning in Two Directions? Canadian PublicPolicy, 2009, Vol XXV, 237-262. (With Carol Agocs)OTHER PUBLICATIONSAfter School: Attitudes and perceptions of Northern Ireland School Leavers towards higher and furthereducation, training and employment. Report to the Department for Employment and Learning, June 2008(with A Smith and AM Gallagher), Issues in Bangladesh Economy. (edited), (2008) Centre for Policy Dialogue and TheUniversity Press Limited: Dhaka.CHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKS“Achievements and Challenges of the Bangladesh Economy: An Overview”, in S. R. Osmani (ed.) Emerging Issuesin Bangladesh Economy. Centre for Policy Dialogue and The University Press Limited: Dhaka, 2008: pp.1-23.“Participatory Governance: An Overview of Issues and Evidence”, in United Nations, Participatory Governance andthe Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), United Nations:New York, 2008, pp.1-45. Also published in United Nations, Building Trust through Civic Engagement, Departmentof Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), United Nations: New York, 2008, pp. 9-53.REPORTS & OTHER PUBLICATIONS“Achievements and Challenges of the Bangladesh Economy: An Overview”, in S. R. Osmani (ed.), (2008) EmergingIssues in Bangladesh Economy. Centre for Policy Dialogue and The University Press Limited: Dhaka, pp.1-23.142388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 14 18/2/10 12:31:08

“Participatory Governance: An Overview of Issues and Evidence”, in United Nations, Participatory Governanceand the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), (2008) Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA),United Nations: New York, pp.1-45.TaylorCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSDarragh E & Taylor BJ ‘Research and Reflective Practice’ (pages 148-160) in Higham P (ed), (2008) Post QualifyingSocial Work - From Competence to Expertise, London: SageJOURNAL ARTICLESTaylor BJ (2009) ‘Invited commentary on papers by Holden et al. and Shek on the quality of Social WorkAbstracts’ Research on Social Work Practice 19(3): 366-369Killick C & Taylor BJ (2009) ‘Professional decision making on elder abuse: Systematic narrative review’ Journalof Elder Abuse and Neglect 21: 1-28Turkington S & Taylor BJ (2009) ‘Post-adoption face-to-face contact with birth parents: Prospective adopters’views’ Child Care in Practice 15(1) 21-38OTHER PUBLICATIONSTaylor BJ & Neill A (2009) ‘Sheltered housing and care for older people: Perspective of tenants and schememanagers’, Quality in Ageing: Policy, Practice and Research 10(4): 18-28Taylor BJ (2008) Review of: Carson D & Bain A (2008) ‘Professional Risk and Working with People: Decision–Making in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice’ (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London & Philadelphia) Journalof Interprofessional Care 22(6): 674-5Brown C & Taylor BJ (2008c) Literature Review of Evaluations of Transition Schemes for Younger People with a PhysicalDisability or Sensory Impairment Ballymena, Northern Ireland: Cedar FoundationBrown C & Taylor BJ (2008b) Tools to Assess Parenting in the Context of Child Protection Part Two: Literature Review,Analysis of Tools and Recommendations, Ballymena, Northern Ireland: Northern Health and Social Care TrustBrown C & Taylor BJ (2008a) Tools to Assess Parenting in the Context of Child Protection Part One: Audit of AssessmentTools used in the Trust and Perceptions of Staff, Ballymena, Northern Ireland: Northern Health and Social CareTrustDarragh E & Taylor BJ (2008) ‘Research and Reflective Practice’ (Chapter 11, pages 148-160) in Higham P (ed)Post Qualifying Social Work - From Competence to Expertise, London: SageMcCormack BG, Taylor BJ, McConville JE, Slater PF & Murray BJ (2008g) Implementation Issues for the NorthernIreland Single Assessment Tool (NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People, Belfast: Department of Health,Social Services and Public SafetyMcCormack BG, Taylor BJ, McConville JE, Slater PF & Murray BJ (2008f) Training Pack for the Northern IrelandSingle Assessment Tool (NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People, Belfast: Department of Health, SocialServices and Public Safety [five powerpoint presentations plus exercises, case studies and detailed trainernotes]McCormack BG, Taylor BJ, McConville JE, Slater PF & Murray BJ (2008e) The Reliability of the Complex Componentof the Northern Ireland Single Assessment Tool (NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People, Belfast:Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety152388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 15 18/2/10 12:31:08

McCormack B, Taylor BJ, McConville J, Slater P & Murray B (2008d) The Usability of the NorthernIreland Single Assessment Tool (NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People,Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public SafetyMcCormack B, Taylor BJ, McConville J, Slater P & Murray B (2008c) Developing the Northern Ireland SingleAssessment Tool (NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People, Belfast: Department of Health, SocialServices and Public SafetyMcCormack B, Taylor BJ, McConville J, Slater P & Murray B (2008b) Guidance Document for the Northern IrelandSingle Assessment Tool (NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People, Belfast: Department of Health, SocialServices and Public Safety [40 pages]McCormack B, Taylor BJ, McConville J, Slater P & Murray B (2008a) The Northern Ireland Single Assessment Tool(NISAT) for the Health and Social Care of Older People, Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and PublicSafety162388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 16 18/2/10 12:31:08

3.6 RESEARCH FUNDINGStaff Name(s) Title of Award Funding Body ValueGrayLife and Times Survey on Attitudes to Ageingand Age Discrimination in Northern Ireland Atlantic Philanthropies £210,000Hodgett & Canadian Studies Research Programme Foundation for £4,396OsborneCanadian Studies inthe UKConvery Literature Review on Women Prisoners Northern Ireland £9,913Reoffending.OfficeOsborne Employment Equity. Foundation forCanadian Studiesin UK £1,526Taylor A Literature Review on the Transition of Cedar Foundation £1,500Young People with a Disability TowardsTraining and Employment.Hodgett Research Support Grant. The Foundation for £750Canadian Studies inthe UKOsmani Household Incomes and Employment in E.S.R.C. & ICSSR £5,700Rural India: Case Studies of Three Andhra India – UK ScholarPradesh Villages. Exchanges 2008Lundy Can the Past be Policed? The Leverhulme Trust £38,891Gray Lone Mothers at Time of Birth: R&D Office – NILS £27,343Who Are They? An Exploration of their Responsive ModeSocioeconomic and HouseholdCharacteristics.Heenan Service Delivery to Older People in E.S.R.C. – Placement £71,651Rural Communities.Fellows Scheme172388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 17 18/2/10 12:31:08

4. Politics & International Relations ResearchProfessor Arthur Aughey is currently on a three year sabbatical funded through a Leverhulme Major ResearchFellowship to study the changing politics of Britishness. He has spoken on constitutional change in the UK at a numberof international conferences this year in Cyprus, England and Wales and has recently been contracted by ManchesterUniversity Press to publish a manuscript on The British Question, a monograph which will be the culmination of theresearch undertaken for the Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship. Within the last year, he has been appointed asan Associate Scholar of the Institute of British-Irish Studies at University College Dublin, been made a Senior Fellowat the Centre for British Politics at the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Hull andhas taken up the role of external examiner for the Masters programme in Politics and International Studies at King’sCollege London.Dr Fidelma Ashe continues to develop her research on gendered nationalisms and accepted an invitation to be amember of the first round table on masculinity studies at the PSA 2009. She also gave a further paper at the PSA onwomen’s role in conflict transformation in Northern Ireland. A special edition of the Journal of Socialist History whichshe edited will be published in Autumn 2009. She has also been asked to contribute to an edited book entitled Genderand War which will be published by Routledge.Dr Cathy Gormley Heenan has continued to pursue her research interests in political leadership and the politicsof divided societies. As a member of the PSA special group on political leadership, she presented a paper during theinaugural day of seminars for the group in October 2009 at the University of Leeds. The seminars were introduced byDr Vincent Cable MP who gave a keynote address on ‘Approaches to Political Leadership’. She served as guest editorof The Round Table: the Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, along with Dr. Roger MacGinty from the Universityof St. Andrews, for a special issue on ‘Building and Maintaining Trust in Commonwealth States after Conflict’ in August2009. Her research on ‘political trust’ led to an invitation to contribute to a symposium on the Role of Governmentat University College Dublin (UCD) in March 2009 and a paper presentation at the International Society of PoliticalPsychology 32nd Annual Conference in Trinity College Dublin in July 2009.A recognised expert in Timorese politics, Dr Paul Hainsworth delivered a paper exploring the truth andreconciliation process in East Timor at a conference in the troubled territory in July 2009 and was welcomed toEast Timor by President José Ramos-Horta. His paper outlined the international dimension of the truth process inEast Timor at the conference which was organised by the University of Dili and Swinburne University, Australia. DrHainsworth also continued his ongoing work on the extreme right, authoring ‘Western Europe and the Far Right’ inthe volume by Peter Davies and Paul Jackson (2008), The Far Right in Europe. Greenwood: Oxford.In the summer of 2009, Dr David Roberts spent time doing fieldwork in Sierra Leone to examine gender quotasin post conflict spaces, with a view to testing the hypothesis that they produce more equitable development. Thisfieldwork was in preparation for a fourth book on peacebuilding, supporting a new contract with Routledge for2011: Beyond the Metropolis: Liberal Peacebuilding and Everyday Lives. In addition, he completed in the last year a singleauthoredmonograph to be published with Zed in January 2010, Global Governance and Biopolitics: Regulating HumanSecurity. Dr. Roberts’ international esteem continues to grow, and he was invited in July 2009 to lead debate at a seriesof meetings concerned with ‘The European Union and the Reform of the United Nations’ organized by the Instituteof Social Sciences, Department of Political Science at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel in cooperation withthe Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome. He also gave his first public lecture by invitation of King’s College London,on the subject of ‘Global Social Harm’ on 22nd April 2009. He also spoke on Human Security by invitation at theGeneva Centre for Security Policy, in April 2009.182388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 18 18/2/10 12:31:08

4.1 INSTITUTE MEMBERSSurname Forename Title PositionAshe Fidelma Dr Lecturer in PoliticsAughey Arthur Professor Professor in Politics & Lecturer in International PoliticsHainsworth Paul Dr Senior Lecturer in PoliticsGormley-Heenan Cathy Dr Lecturer in Public Policy4.2 TRANSITIONAL MEMBERSSurname Forename Title PositionRoberts David Dr Lecturer in Politics192388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 19 18/2/10 12:31:08

4.3 RESEARCH STUDENTS REGISTERING 2008/09NameKevin McKayTitle of ProjectHarry West: The Traditional Unionist: A Study of the Political Life of Harry Westand the Brand of Unionism He RepresentedGrant SourceSelf Funding202388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 20 18/2/10 12:31:08

4.4 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONSAsheJOURNAL ARTICLESAshe, F. (2009) Iris Robinson’s Excitable Speech: Sex and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland, Journal ofPolitics, 29 (1) 21-27.Ashe, F. (2009) ‘From Paramilitaries to Peacemakers: The Gender Dynamics of Community-based Restorative Justicein Northern Ireland’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 11:2, 298-314.AugheyCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSAughey, A. (2009) ‘Wild catastrophism to mild moderation in Northern Ireland’ in M Perryman (ed) Breaking UpBritain. Lawrence and Wishart, pp.76-85.Aughey, A. (2009) ‘The Wager of Devolution and the Challenge to Britishness’, in T Wright and A Gamble (eds)Britishness: Perspectives on the British Question (Political Quarterly Special Issue), Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 78-93.Aughey, A. (2008) ‘The Future of Britishness’ in R Hazell (ed) Constitutional Futures Revisited, Basingstoke Palgrave,pp.90-105.JOURNAL ARTICLESAughey, A. (2009) ‘What is Britain for?’ British Politics Review (Norway) Vol 4 No 3, pp.4-5.Gormley-HeenanCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSGormley-Heenan, C. (2008) ‘Northern Ireland: Securing the Peace’, in Vanessa E. Shields & Nicholas D.J. Baldwin eds.Beyond Settlement: Making Peace Last After Civil Conflict. Cranbury, NJ. Associated University Presses.Gormley-Heenan, C., (2009) ‘Conflict and Peacebuilding’, in Nigel Young ed. International Encyclopaedia of Peace.Oxford: Oxford University PressJOURNAL ARTICLES‘Gormley-Heenan, C. & McCartan, K. (2009) ‘Making It Matter: Teaching and Learning in Political Science Using anAudience Response System’, European Political Science, 8 (3).Gormley-Heenan, C. & MacGinty, R. (2009) ‘Building and Breaking Trust’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal ofInternational Affairs, 98 (403), pp.1-3.HainsworthEDITED BOOKSThe Extreme Right in Western Europe, (2008), Routledge, London and New York.212388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 21 18/2/10 12:31:08

5. EDUCATION RESEARCHUOA 45 received an aggregate score of 2.10 in the RAE; 75% of its research activity was at internationally recognisedgrade, with no unclassified activity and 10% rated internationally excellent. This is a gratifying result, but with upcomingretirements, there is no reason to be complacent, and the UOA will have to be built up again from a new low baseline. The current UOA coordinator, Rosalind Pritchard, is one of those who is about to retire, so the post will be innew hands from 2009 onwards.In 2009, Education had the pleasure of organising the SPRI Annual Lecture, “University Governance and the Role ofthe State: European Higher Education in Transition”; it was given by Michael Shattock who is a Visiting Professor at theInstitute of Education, University of London. He is known for high profile inquiries into governance and managementissues in higher education, and chaired the OECD Review of Irish Higher Education in 2003. The SPRI warmlyappreciated his authoritative and stimulating speech.Alan Smith, Director of the UNESCO Centre, held a grant of £1,358,114 from Atlantic Philanthropies to researchinto Education for Pluralism, Human Rights and Democracy. There was a launch of the report on The Legacies ofConflict: Children, Young People and Reconciliation (Smith, Wilson, Magill) funded by the EU Peace and ReconciliationFund, and the European Values Study (Smith, Lewis, Montgomery) continued its work for which Smith is countrydirector. He continued to lead and publish on problems of reconciliation, citizenship and International Development.He is on editorial boards of several journals or research centre’s, and is a member of the Irish Research Council forthe Humanities and Social Sciences.Work on Inclusion was salient. Lesley Abbott and Linda Clarke worked on the relationship between teacher education,induction and inclusion in Northern Ireland, whilst Una O’Connor explored diversity in an Irish context, and studiedthe relationship between Special Needs and citizenship. Tracy Irwin pursued her innovative work on prison education,publishing on learning in a custodial context and winning a grant on Induction for Prison Teachers. Jackie Lambeinvestigated the way in which trainee students’ a priori beliefs about Special Education confront reality. GerardMcAleavy was a key speaker at the LLUKNI launch of new standards at which it was announced that the Universityof Ulster would be the provider for the new work-based learning programme. He also headed a SCOTENS projectaimed at improving the skills of mentors North and South. He became a project director in a Three-Phase TeacherEducation project to widen participation and en-skill those involved in teaching activities.The global dimension received attention. Jackie Reilly continued her evaluation of its impact upon the curriculum.Alan McCully worked on the role of History and citizenship in NI, and attended conferences in Canada, Turkey andKilkenny at which he presented on the role of history in confronting sensitive issues. A number of publications wereundertaken on ICT. Roger Austin was awarded another instalment of money for his Dissolving Boundaries projectwhich builds bridges between children in the North and South of Ireland, and did a keynote speech upon “TheKnowledge Society” for SCOTENS. Victor McNair’s e-portfolio work led the field in NI, and received additionalfunding. Derick Wilson organised a high profile International Development Conference bringing major funderstogether with delegates from Africa. Clarke and others, including the Dean, visited Mozambique in connection withthe Irish-African Partnership for Research Capacity. Rosalind Pritchard also contributed to the African theme byvisiting Malawi in connection with a Garfield Weston teaching project of which Clarke is the budget holder. During thisvisit, she was invited to join the Editorial Board of the Malawi Journal of Education and Development. She contributedto a book on the Genesis and Growth of the University of Ulster by authoring a chapter on the Merger that led toits foundation (with Roebuck). She completed her work as Chair of the British Association for International andComparative Education, and her period on the Executive of the European Association for Institutional Research. Shesubmitted her final report to the Leverhulme Trust on her gender project in Higher Education.242388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 24 18/2/10 12:31:08

5.1 INSTITUTE MEMBERSSurname Forename Title PositionAbbott Lesley Dr LecturerAustin Roger Dr Senior LecturerClarke Linda Dr LecturerMcAleavy Gerard Professor Professor of Further and Higher EducationMcCully Alan Dr Lecturer in Education (History & Citizenship)O’Connor Una Dr LecturerPritchard Rosalind Professor Head of School of Education and Research CoordinatorReilly Jackie Dr Lecturer in EducationSmith Alan Professor UNESCO Chair5.2 TRANSITIONAL MEMBERSSurname Forename Title PositionWilson Derek Dr Senior Lecturer in Education5.3 DEVELOPMENT STATUSSurname Forename Title PositionIrwin Tracey Dr Lecturer in EducationLambe Jackie Dr Lecturer in Education252388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 25 18/2/10 12:31:08

5.4 RESEARCH STUDENTS REGISTERING 2008/09NameTitle of ProjectGrant SourceClaire MeehanA Study of the Relevance and Appropriateness of Substance Education to Pupils in PostPrimary Schools in Northern Ireland.VCRSNameTitle of ProjectGrant SourceCarmel GallagherA Critical Analysis of the Design, Development, Communication and Implementation ofthe Revised Northern Ireland Curriculum.Staff262388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 26 18/2/10 12:31:09

5.5 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONSAbbottCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSMoran, A., Abbott, L. & O’Connor, U. (2009) Communicating, Co-ordinating and Connecting: integrated serviceprovision in Northern Ireland. In, J. Forbes and C. Watson (Eds.) Service integration in schools: research and policydiscourses, practices and future prospect. Amsterdam: Sense Publishers, pp.65-76.JOURNAL ARTICLESAbbott, L., Moran, A. & Clarke, L. (2009) Northern Ireland Beginning Teachers’ Experiences of Induction: the ‘haves’and the ‘have nots’, European Journal of Teacher Education, 32 (2), 95-110.Moran, A., Abbott, L. & Clarke, L. (2009) Re-conceptualizing partnerships across the teacher education continuum,Teaching and Teacher Education, 1-8. (DOI: 10.1016/j.tate.2009.03.018).Moran, A., Abbott, L. & O’Connor, U. (2009) Communicating, Co-ordinating and Connecting: integrated serviceprovision in Northern Ireland. In, J. Forbes and C. Watson (Eds.) Service integration in schools: research and policydiscourses, practices and future prospect. Amsterdam: Sense Publishers.AustinCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSAustin, R. and Hunter, J. (2008) ‘Looking Back from Europe: ICT and Church-based Education in Northern Ireland’,in Post-Confederation Educational Reform: From Rhetoric to Reality, eds Galway, G. and Dibbon, D. Memorial University,St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, pp. 155-163.ClarkeJOURNAL ARTICLESCrawford, T. & Clarke, L. (2009) Weather Station Story: still hazy after all these years, Teaching Geography, Spring.Clarke, L. (2009) The POD model: Using communities of practice theory to conceptualise student teachers’professional learning online. Computers & Education, Volume 52, Issue 3, Pages 521-529.Abbott, L., Moran, A. & Clarke, L. (2009) Northern Ireland Beginning Teachers’ Experiences of Induction: the ‘haves’and the ‘have nots’, European Journal of Teacher Education, 32 (2), 95-110.Moran, A., Abbott, L. & Clarke, L. (2009) Re-conceptualizing partnerships across the teacher education continuum,Teaching and Teacher Education, 1-8. (DOI: 10.1016/j.tate.2009.03.018) .OTHER PUBLICATIONSClarke, L. (2008) Voices from South African Education in Comparative Education and Quality Global Learning: Engagingwith Controversial Issues in South Africa and the UK, Birmingham, TIDE. C. Harber and J. Serf (eds)272388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 27 18/2/10 12:31:09

IrwinJOURNAL ARTICLESIrwin, T. (2008) Cell Stories: Informal Learning in a Custodial Establishment. Journal of Widening Participation and LifelongLearning, 10 (2): 18-29.Irwin, T. (2008) The ‘Inside’ story: Practitioner Perspectives on Teaching in Prison. The Howard Journal, 47 (5): 512-528.LambeJOURNAL ARTICLESLambe, J. & Bones, R. (2008) The Impact of a Special School Placement on Student Teacher Beliefs about InclusiveEducation in Northern Ireland. British Journal of Special Needs, 35 (2): 108-117.McCullyCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSMcCully A. (2008) Reflections on the local and global citizenship programme in Northern Ireland. In Education forCitizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts eds G. Jeffers and U. O’Connor. Dublin, Institute of Public Administration.,pp.1-10JOURNAL ARTICLESBarton K.C. and McCully A.W. (2009) When History Teaching Really Matters: Understanding the Intervention ofSchool History on Students’ Neighbourhood Learning in Northern Ireland, International Journal of Historical Learning,Teaching and Research, 8 (1): 28-46.’ConnorEDITED BOOKJeffers, G. and O’Connor U. (Eds.) (2008) Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts. Dublin, IPA.CHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSO’Connor, U. (2008) Citizenship, Diversity and Special Educational Needs. In Education for citizenship and diversityin Irish contexts eds G. Jeffers and U. O’Connor, pp 149-158. Dublin, Institute of Public Administration.Moran, A., Abbott, L. & O’Connor, U. (2009) Communicating, Co-ordinating and Connecting: integrated serviceprovision. In Service Integration in Schools eds J. Forbes and C. Watson. Rotterdam, Sense Publishers.282388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 28 18/2/10 12:31:09

PritchardCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSPritchard, R. (2009) The Merger and After, 1982-1991. In The University of Ulster: Genesis and Growth eds G. O’Brienand P. Roebuck. Dublin, Four Courts Press.SmithCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSKerr, D., Twine, C. and Smith, A. (2008) Local and Global Education in the UK. In SAGE Handbook Of Education ForCitizenship And Democracy eds Arthur, J., Davies, I. & Hahn, C. (eds) London, Sage. pp. 252-263.JOURNAL ARTICLESConnolly, P., Smith, A. and Kelly, B. (2009) The Development of an Ethnic Habitus Among Young Children in NorthernIreland, European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 17 (2): 217–232.OTHER PUBLICATIONSMagill, C., Smith, A. and B. Hamber. (2009) The Role of Education in Reconciliation. Report for EU Peace and ReconciliationFund. Coleraine, Ulster. (129 pages)WilsonCHAPTER IN EDITED BOOKSWilson, D. A., (2008) Stepping Forward: Reconciliation and the Good Relations Agenda in Organisational Practicein Northern Ireland. In Pathways to Reconciliation, Between Theory and Practice eds P. Rothfield, C. Fleming & P.A.Komesaroff, Ashgate Publishing, November 2008. ISBN 978-0-7546-7513-6, pp. 179-190.292388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 29 18/2/10 12:31:09

5.6 RESEARCH FUNDINGStaff Name(s) Title of Award Funding Body ValueAustin KTP Programme Between the Momenta & Foyle £99,744University of Ulster andTechnologies LtdFoyle Technologies LtdAbbot A Study of Northern Ireland’s Transformed N.I. Council for £1,200Schools: The Journey to integrationIntegrated Education(NICIE)302388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 30 18/2/10 12:31:09

6. SOCIAL & POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE SEMINAR SERIES 2008/09DATE TITLE SPEAKERS26/09/08 Special Educational Needs and the Inclusion Review Dr Marleen CollinsDepartment of Education N.I.17/10/08 Teaching and Assessing the NI Curriculum - Principles, Carmel GallagherPracticalities and ChallengesSchool of Education,University of Ulster17/10/08 Policy Transfer and NPM - Privatising Kenya airways, Prof Andrew Masseyan African Success Story?University of Exeter29/10/08 Generating Real Benefits through Practical Cross-Border Mr Andy Pollakcooperation in IrelandThe Centre for CrossBorder Studies in Armagh04/11/08 Policy Instruments for Immigrant Integration: Trends and Dr F Leslie SeidleEmerging IssuesInstitute for Research onPublic Policy, Montréal06/11/08 Capacity to Consent and Managing Risk with Prof Jill ManthorpeVulnerable AdultsKings College, London07/11/08 Building Thinking Skills in Thinking Classrooms - Prof Carol McGuinnessACTS in Northern IrelandSchool of PsychologyQueen’s University Belfast17/11/08 Gender Differences in the Propensity to Depression Prof Vani Borooahand Anxiety: Evidence from the USASchool of Economics,University of Ulster05/12/08 The Development and Analysis of a Model of Student Dr Linda ClarkeTeachers’ Online Learning: A Case Study of PGCESchool of Education,GeographyUniversity of Ulster09/12/08 The Discursive Legitimisation of The Agreement by the Dr Laura Filardo-LlamasFour Main Northern Irish PartiesUniversity of Valladolid, Spain13/02/09 Terrorism in Northern Ireland and Spain, 1970-1997 Prof Vani BorooahSchool of Education,University of Ulster312388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 31 18/2/10 12:31:09

DATE TITLE SPEAKERS27/02/09 ‘Britishness’ and Social Cohesion in the UK Prof Mary HickmanLondon MetropolitanUniversity13/03/09 ‘Economic Policies, Agrarian Relations and Household Ass Prof Vikas RawalIncomes: An Exploratory Analysis based on Primary Data Visiting Scholar – SPRIfrom Selected Villages in India’Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi18/03/09 ‘The United States and the Middle East’ Prof Dean GodsonVisiting Professor of PoliticsTerrorism and Security,International Policy Exchange23/03/09 ‘Accommodating Difference: Exploring Multiculturalism Prof Gerard Bouchardand Identity in Comparative Context’Université du Québec andCo-Chair, ConsultationCommission onAccommodation PracticesRelated to Cultural Differences26/03/09 ‘Joining up the Dots: Britain’s Territorial Constitution Dr Alan TrenchDebates?’University of Edinburgh21/04/09 ‘Electoral Reform in Canada Dr Dennis PilonUniversity of Victoria, Canada08/05/09 ‘Reproducing Ourselves?: An Analysis of Recent Trends in Dr Pat McGregorFertility using the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study’ School of Economics,University of Ulster21/05/09 ‘University Governance and the Role of the State: Prof Michael ShattockEuropean Higher Education in Transition’University of London322388- SOCIAL POLICY REP-02-10.indd 32 18/2/10 12:31:09

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