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Humanities and Social Science

Dr Julie Shaw


Journal article

Shaw J. 2017. Residential care and criminalisation: The impact of system abuse Safer Communities, 16 :112-121 >DOI

Shaw J. Professionals' perceptions of offending in children's residential care Child and Family Social Work,

Shaw J. Why do young people offend in children's homes? Research, Theory and Practice. The British Journal of Social Work,

Shaw J, Kendrick A. Reflecting on the Past: children's services workers' experiences of residential care in Scotland from 1960-75 The British Journal of Social Work,

Shaw J. Policing, practice and perceptions: exploring the criminalisation of children's home residents in England. Youth Justice: an international journal,

Conference publication

Greenhow SK, Shaw J. 2016. Professional responses to looked-after children who come into contact with the Youth Justice System in the UK Social Work with Youth in Conflict with Law, Inter-University Centre


Shaw J. 2014. Residential children's homes and the youth justice system: Identity, power and perceptions :1-192 9781137319616 >DOI

Shaw J, Frost N. 2013. Young people and the care experience: Research, policy and practice :1-165 9780203630495 >DOI


Shaw J, Vaswani N, Moodie K, Morton P, Allardyce S, Connelly G. Working with young people who offend: an examination of the literature regarding violence, substance misuse and harmful sexual behaviour

Shaw J, Kendrick A. Consultation on the Public Inquiry into Historical Child Abuse in Scotland and other Scottish Government Commitments to Survivors of Historic Child Abuse


Shaw J, Kendrick A, Hawthorn M, Karim S. Scotland: Historic Abuse in Care and Human Rights Swain S, Skold J. Apologies and the Legacy of Abuse in Care

Engagement & Impact

Research Grants Awarded:

QR Research Fund LJMU, Multi-agency responses to the criminalisation and victimisation of looked-after children., Dr Julie Shaw, Grant value (£): 1,128