Law and Social Science


TypeSchool
UniversityLondon South Bank University
DeanProfessor Craig Barker
Director of Research and Enterprise
ResearchDr Shaminder Takhar
ResearchProfessor Caitriona Beaumont
EnterpriseProfessor Craig Barker

Latest research outputs

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Hacking the Law: Social Justice Education through Lawtech
Silver, K. (2022). Hacking the Law: Social Justice Education through Lawtech. in: Koseoglu, S., Rowell, C. and Veletsianos, G. (ed.) Critical Digital Pedagogy: Broadening Horizons, Bridging Theory and Practice Athabasca University Press.

Book chapter

International academic mobility, agency, and LGBTQ+ rights: a review of policy responses to internationally mobile LGBTQ+ staff/students at UK HE institutions with recommendations for a global audience
Hamilton, F. and Giles, C. (2021). International academic mobility, agency, and LGBTQ+ rights: a review of policy responses to internationally mobile LGBTQ+ staff/students at UK HE institutions with recommendations for a global audience. Policy Reviews in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/23322969.2021.1969990

Journal article

Intersectional Uniqueness of British African Caribbean Males in Academia
Graham, A. Intersectional Uniqueness of British African Caribbean Males in Academia. LSBU London Doctoral Academy Postgraduate Research Summer School. London 01 - 05 Jul 2019 Audley Graham.

Conference poster

War art and the formation of community
Partis-Jennings, H. and Redwood, H. (2021). War art and the formation of community. Critical Studies on Security. https://doi.org/10.1080/21624887.2021.1875711

Journal article

A Sexual Harm? HIV Transmission, ‘Biological’ GBH and Ancillary Sentencing Provisions in England and Wales
Giles, C. (2021). A Sexual Harm? HIV Transmission, ‘Biological’ GBH and Ancillary Sentencing Provisions in England and Wales. The Journal of Criminal Law. 85 (3), pp. 209-222. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022018321991097

Journal article

Demand-Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): As a biopower identity?
Woods, R. (2021). Demand-Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): As a biopower identity? Participatory Autism Research Collective: Critical Autism Studies. Online 19 - 19 Oct 2021

Conference presentation

Shifting accounts of justice: the legalisation and politicisation of international criminal justice
Redwood, H. (2021). Shifting accounts of justice: the legalisation and politicisation of international criminal justice. Social & Legal Studies.

Journal article

The Archival Politics of International Courts
Redwood, H. (2021). The Archival Politics of International Courts. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.

Book

Creating truly radical change in autism research: A response to Frith and Mottron.
Pearson, A., Woods, R., Morgan, H. and Botha, M. (2021). Creating truly radical change in autism research: A response to Frith and Mottron. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research. https://doi.org/10.1002/aur.2605

Journal article

Teaching controversial issues: Talking about religious freedom and the imagined ‘other’
Jerome, L., Liddle, A and Young, H. (2021). Teaching controversial issues: Talking about religious freedom and the imagined ‘other’. British Educational Research Association. online 13 - 16 Sep 2021 British Educational Research Association.

Conference paper

Challenging the Commodification of Human Rights: The Case of the Right to Housing
Birchall, D. (2021). Challenging the Commodification of Human Rights: The Case of the Right to Housing. Santa Clara Journal of International Law. 19 (1).

Journal article

From European Union student mobility to lockdown: “Virtual study mobility” in the COVID-19 era and a case study of transnational law in an international classroom delivered online
Koo, J., James, C. and Mylonaki, E. (2021). From European Union student mobility to lockdown: “Virtual study mobility” in the COVID-19 era and a case study of transnational law in an international classroom delivered online. in: Covid 19 and an Emerging World of Ad Hoc Geographies Springer.

Book chapter

Pathological demand avoidance (PDA): Its four schools of thought.
Woods, R. (2021). Pathological demand avoidance (PDA): Its four schools of thought. Neurodevelopmental Psychology Forum: Newsletter of the Developmental Section. 94 (2), pp. 10 - 14.

Journal article

An assessment of humanitarian intervention based on case studies by thematic analysis of debates on Libya and Syria in the British House of Commons, 2010-2014
Lewis, A. (2021). An assessment of humanitarian intervention based on case studies by thematic analysis of debates on Libya and Syria in the British House of Commons, 2010-2014. PhD Thesis https://doi.org/10.18744/lsbu.8xq35

PhD Thesis

Rights of non-autistic children and young persons with PDA
Woods, R. (2021). Rights of non-autistic children and young persons with PDA. free.

Other

Demand Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): is it a Disorder at a lower diagnostic threshold?
Woods, R. (2021). Demand Avoidance Phenomena (“Pathological”/ “Extreme” Demand Avoidance): is it a Disorder at a lower diagnostic threshold? Online Participatory Research Collective: Understanding PDA. Online. 20 - 20 Jul 2021 The Nottingham Autism Research Team.

Conference presentation

China and imperialism in the 21st century
Budd, A. (2021). China and imperialism in the 21st century. International Socialism Journal. (170), pp. 123-150.

Journal article

Reducing fire risk in buildings: the role of fire safety expertise and governance in building and planning approval
Benson, C. and Elsmore, S. (2021). Reducing fire risk in buildings: the role of fire safety expertise and governance in building and planning approval. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10901-021-09870-9

Journal article

Identifying Assessment Opportunities in Postgraduate Learning for Sustainability
Gajparia, J., Strachan, G., Vare, P. and Ferguson, T. (2021). Identifying Assessment Opportunities in Postgraduate Learning for Sustainability. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education. 12 (1), pp. 151-175. https://doi.org/10.2478/dcse-2021-0011

Journal article

Stories from lockdown: the impact of the Covid19 pandemic on the well-being of clients at Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS)
Cogo, A., Inman, S., McCormack, P. and Rogers, M. (2021). Stories from lockdown: the impact of the Covid19 pandemic on the well-being of clients at Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS). SDCAS. https://doi.org/10.18744/lsbu.8wwv0

Project report

Book review: The Good Ancestor: How to think long term in a short-term world, by Roman Krznaric
Young, H. (2021). Book review: The Good Ancestor: How to think long term in a short-term world, by Roman Krznaric. London Review of Education. 19 (1). https://doi.org/10.14324/LRE.19.1.20

Journal article

Does the law think that black lives matter? A reflection upon the role of the public sector equality duty in promoting racial equality before the law
Olatokun, M.A. (2021). Does the law think that black lives matter? A reflection upon the role of the public sector equality duty in promoting racial equality before the law. The Theory and Practice of Legislation. 9 (1), pp. 83-95. https://doi.org/10.1080/20508840.2021.1909367

Journal article

Talking Tolerance: Being Deliberative about Fundamental British Values
Jerome, L, Liddle, A and Young, H. (2021). Talking Tolerance: Being Deliberative about Fundamental British Values. PRISM. https://doi.org/10.24377/prism.ljmu.0302204

Journal article

Post-War Societies: Great Britain and Ireland
Beaumont, C. (2021). Post-War Societies: Great Britain and Ireland . 1914-1918 Online: International Encyclopaedia of the First World War .

Journal article

From Erasmus to Turing: What now for Study Mobility between the UK and the EU? Damage Limitation and New Opportunities
James, C. (2021). From Erasmus to Turing: What now for Study Mobility between the UK and the EU? Damage Limitation and New Opportunities . Pecs Journal of International and European Law.

Journal article

The failed amnesty of the ‘years of lead’ in Italy: Continuity and transformations between (de)politicization and punitiveness
Rossi, F. (2021). The failed amnesty of the ‘years of lead’ in Italy: Continuity and transformations between (de)politicization and punitiveness. European Journal of Criminology. https://doi.org/10.1177/14773708211008441

Journal article

Talking about rights without talking about rights: on the absence of knowledge in classroom discussions
Jerome, L., Liddle, A. and Young, H. (2021). Talking about rights without talking about rights: on the absence of knowledge in classroom discussions. Human Rights Education Review. 4 (1), pp. 8-26. https://doi.org/10.7577/hrer.3979

Journal article

‘Contextualisation as a (Feminist) Method for Transnational Legal Practice
Ghadery, F. (2021). ‘Contextualisation as a (Feminist) Method for Transnational Legal Practice. in: Zumbansen, P. (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Transnational Law

Book chapter

Trajectories of Aristocratic Wealth 1858-2018: Evidence from Probate
Bond, M. and Morton, J. (2021). Trajectories of Aristocratic Wealth 1858-2018: Evidence from Probate. Journal of British Studies.

Journal article

Cancer, Bereavement and Work
Martin, N. (2021). Cancer, Bereavement and Work. in: Brown, N. (ed.) Lived Experiences of Ableism in Academia: Strategies for Inclusion in Higher Education Bristol Bristol University Press.

Book chapter

Counting on informal networks: the meaning, influence and role of the ‘nutag’-network in Mongolian managers’ thinking
Manalsuren, S. (2021). Counting on informal networks: the meaning, influence and role of the ‘nutag’-network in Mongolian managers’ thinking. in: Stolpe, I. and Judith, N. (ed.) Horizons of Futures in Post-Utopian Mongolia Goettingen, Germany EB Verlag.

Book chapter

An Unexpected but Fruitful Academic Journey
Pine, L. (2021). An Unexpected but Fruitful Academic Journey. in: Baumel-Schwartz, J. and Ofer, D. (ed.) We Could Have Been Them: Women Scholars Studying Women During the Holocaust Peter Lang.

Book chapter

Impact in International Affairs: The Quest for World-Leading Research
Redwood, H. and Gow, J. Impact in International Affairs: The Quest for World-Leading Research. New York Routledge.

Book

Negotiating spaces: Equitable Participation & Progression of British African Caribbean Males in Academia
Graham, A. (2020). Negotiating spaces: Equitable Participation & Progression of British African Caribbean Males in Academia. London Doctoral Academy Postgraduate Research Summer School 2020. Online 06 - 09 Jul 2020 London South Bank University.

Conference poster

Refurnishing Homes in a Bombed City: Moral Geographies of the Utility Furniture Scheme in London
Reimer, S. and Pinch, P. (2020). Refurnishing Homes in a Bombed City: Moral Geographies of the Utility Furniture Scheme in London. The London Journal. 46 (1), pp. 26-46. https://doi.org/10.1080/03058034.2020.1753350

Journal article

Student voice in higher education: Opening the loop
Young, H. and Jerome, L. (2020). Student voice in higher education: Opening the loop. British Educational Research Journal. 46 (3), pp. 688-705. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3603

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Can a person be ‘a bit autistic’? A response to Francesca Happé and Uta Frith
Chown, N. and Leatherland, J. (2020). Can a person be ‘a bit autistic’? A response to Francesca Happé and Uta Frith. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 51 (2), pp. 749-751. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-020-04541-0

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Higher Education: A UK, USA Comparison
Martin, N. (2020). Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Higher Education: A UK, USA Comparison. Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education. 13 (1).

Journal article

The role of civil society and human rights defenders in corporate accountability
Birchall, D. (2020). The role of civil society and human rights defenders in corporate accountability. in: Birchall, D. and Deva, S. (ed.) Research Handbook on Human Rights and Business Edward Elgar.

Book chapter

Just a Slap on the Wrist? Parental Corporal Punishment of Children and the Defence of Reasonable Chastisement in Hong Kong
Birchall, D. (2020). Just a Slap on the Wrist? Parental Corporal Punishment of Children and the Defence of Reasonable Chastisement in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Law Journal.

Journal article

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