Mr Martyn Higgins


NameMr Martyn Higgins
Job titleAssociate Professor

Research outputs

Reluctant Gangsters Revisited: The Evolution of Gangs from Postcodes to Profits

Whittaker, A, Densley, J, Cheston, L, Tyrell, T, Higgins, M, Felix-Baptiste, C and Havard, T (2019). Reluctant Gangsters Revisited: The Evolution of Gangs from Postcodes to Profits. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research.

The impact of motivational interviewing by social workers on service users

Higgins, M, Boyle, S and Vseteckova, J (2019). The impact of motivational interviewing by social workers on service users. Research on Social Work Practice.

Contemporary dilemmas in social work: The social work degree in England and its implications for practice

Higgins, M (2018). Contemporary dilemmas in social work: The social work degree in England and its implications for practice. Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning.

Successful adoption for disabled children or children with mental health conditions: a systematic review

Woodman-Worrell, W-W and Higgins, M (2018). Successful adoption for disabled children or children with mental health conditions: a systematic review. Practice.

From Postcodes to Profits: How gangs have changed in Waltham Forest

Whittaker, AJ, Cheston, L, Tyrell, T, Higgins, MM, Felix-Baptiste, C and Harvard, T (2018). From Postcodes to Profits: How gangs have changed in Waltham Forest. London London South Bank University. doi:10.18744/PUB.002234

The judgment in Re W (A child): national and international implications for contemporary child and family social work

Higgins, MM (2018). The judgment in Re W (A child): national and international implications for contemporary child and family social work. British Journal of Social Work.

Conflicting and competing roles and expectations: the conundrum of failing social work students on placements

Higgins, MM (2017). Conflicting and competing roles and expectations: the conundrum of failing social work students on placements. European Research Institute for Social Work. 17 (1), pp. 38-46.

Villains, fools or unsung heroes? A study of the contradictory narratives of social work identities in contemporary England

Higgins, MM (2016). Villains, fools or unsung heroes? A study of the contradictory narratives of social work identities in contemporary England. Czech and Slovak Social Work. 16 (4), pp. 57-65.

The professional capabilities framework and contemporary debates: implications for social work education in England

Higgins, MM (2015). The professional capabilities framework and contemporary debates: implications for social work education in England. British Journal of Social Work.

‘Cultivating our humanity’ in child and family social work in England

Higgins, MM (2016). ‘Cultivating our humanity’ in child and family social work in England. Social Work Education. 35 (5), pp. 518 - 529.
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