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Dr Helena Gosling

Publications

Internet publication

Gosling HJ. 2017. Learning Together beyond the prison walls: opportunity, threat and sustainabiity

Gosling HJ. 2015. A little knowledge can be a bad thing: critical reflections on Therapeutic Communities as a radical alternative to prison

Gosling HJ. 2014. Reflections on Doing Ethnographic Fieldwork in a Residential Therapeutic Community for Substance Misuse

Gosling HJ. 2014. Organisation, Operation and Effectiveness: Unanswered questions about the Therapeutic Community for Substance Misuse

Gosling HJ. A 'radical and ambitious' approach for females who break the law

Scott D, Gosling H. Therapeutic Communities: A "radical and ambitious" approach for women who break the law

Scott D, Gosling H. A little Knowledge can be a bad thing: critical reflections on Therapeutic Community Tourism.

Other

Gosling HJ. 2017. Prisoners Rights Post Release :211-212

Gosling HJ. 2016. Prisoners Rights Morley S, Corteen K, Turner J, Taylor P. :209-210

Gosling HJ, Scott D. 2016. Otherwise than prisons, not prisons otherwise: Therapeutic Communities as non-penal real utopias Emancipatory Politics and Praxis: An anthology of essays written for the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, :181-202

Journal article

Gosling H. 2017. A critical insight into practitioners’ lived experience of payment by results in the alcohol and drug treatment sector Critical Social Policy, :026101831769549-026101831769549 >DOI

Scott DG, Gosling HJ. 2017. Otherwise than prisons, not prisons otherwise. Therapeutic communities as a non-penal real utopia Justice, Power and Resistance: European Group Journal,

Gosling H, Buck G. 2015. Mentoring: crossing boundaries with care?: Helena Gosling and Gill Buck consider mentoring within a criminal justice context Criminal Justice Matters, 99 :22-23 >DOI

Scott DG, Gosling HJ. 2015. A little bit of knowledge is a bad thing: Reflections on TC Tourism European Group Newsletter,

Scott DG, Gosling HJ. 2015. Before Prison, Instead of Prison, Better than Prison: Therapeutic Communities as an Abolitionist Real Utopia International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy,

Scott DG, Gosling HJ. 2015. Thinking Beyond the Punitive Rationale: Promoting TCs as a radical alternative to prison? Howard Journal of Criminal Justice,

Scott D, Gosling HJ. 2015. A "Radical and Ambitious" Approach to Female Offending: Therapeutic Communities and Radical Alternatives to Prison Criminal Justice Matters,

Gosling HJ. Book Review – Experiencing Imprisonment. Research on the experience of living and working in carceral institutions. Edited by Carla Reeves Probation Journal: the journal of community and criminal justice,

Gosling HJ. ‘All this is about is money and making sure that heads are on beds. ’ Perceptions of Payment by Results in a Therapeutic Community Probation Journal: the journal of community and criminal justice,

Gosling HJ. Payment by Results. Challenges and Contradictions for the Therapeutic Community Criminology and Criminal Justice,

Gosling HJ. Reflections on Doing Ethnographic Fieldwork in a Residential Therapeutic Community for Substance Misuse European Group Newsletter,

Gosling HJ. Organisation, Operation and Effectiveness: Unanswered questions about the Therapeutic Community for Substance Misuse European Group Newsletter,

Chapters

Gosling HJ, Scott D. 2016. Otherwise than prisons, not prisons otherwise: therapeutic communities as non-penal real utopias David Scott, with Emma Bell, Joanna Gilmore, Helena Gosling, J.M. Moore and Faith Spear: Emancipatory Politics and Praxis: An anthology of essays written for the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, 2013-16.

Gosling HJ. Creating and Developing inclusive learning environments beyond the prison gate Emerging Voices. Critical Social Research by European Group Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers

Thesis/Dissertation

Gosling HJ. 2015. An Invitation to Change? An Ethnographic Study of a Residential Therapeutic Community for Substance Use Millings M, Mair G.

Report

Gosling HJ, Gosling HJ. Developing and Sustaining Communities of Recovery Through Peer Mentoring

Gosling HJ, Scott D. Therapeutic Communities as Alternatives to Women’s imprisonment. Official Submission to Scottish Ministry of Justice [March, 2015]

Gosling HJ, Scott D. Therapeutic Communities as Alternatives to Women’s imprisonment. Official Submission to Scottish Ministry of Justice

Gosling HJ. The Early Interventions Healthy Relationships (HELP) programme for women: reflections and moving forward. An official submission to Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company

Gosling HJ. Executive Summary and Official Submission of Findings for Phoenix Futures Executive Summary and Official Submission of Findings

Book review

Gosling HJ. Book Review. Rehabilitation Work. Supporting desistance and recovery. Probation Journal: the journal of community and criminal justice, 4 :432-437

Gosling HJ. Therapeutic Correctional Relationships. Theory, research and practice by Sarah Lewis Probation Journal,

Gosling HJ. Book Review. Experiencing Imprisonment: Research on the experience of living and working in carceral institutions Edited by Carla Reeves Probation Journal. The Journal of Community and Criminal Justice,

Conference publication

Gosling HJ, Scott D. Therapeutic Communities as an abolitionist real utopia 8th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Building inclusive learning environments, Just Is. National Learning Together Conference, University of Cambridge, Oral presentation

Therapeutic Communities as an abolitionist real utopia, 8th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Monash University, Oral presentation

Fellowships:

Fellow, Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Other Professional Activity:

Research Seminar. Gosling, H. (2017) How informed is informed consent? Negotiating ethical dilemmas during ethnographic fieldwork. Ethnography Club. Liverpool John Moores University [by invitation]

Research Seminar. Gosling, H. and Burke, L. (2016) Building an Inclusive Learning Environment. Liverpool John Moores University, Merseyside CRC, HMP Liverpool, User Voice.

Research Seminar. Gosling, H. (2016) Reflections on the Healthy Relationships (HELP) programme. Action Research Workshop for HELP group facilitators and participants. Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company

Research Seminar. Gosling, H. (2015) Therapeutic Communities: A progressive alternative to established responses to 'the other'. Research Café. Liverpool John Moores University

Research Grants Awarded:

Liverpool John Moores University, QR Funding, A critical examination of the ‘austerity agenda’ within and between Therapeutic Communities in England, Scotland and Ireland through the lens of practitioners and residents, Grant value (£): £2,000

Phoenix Futures, Developing and sustaining communities of recovery through peer mentoring., Grant value (£): £2,000

Liverpool John Moores University Curriculum Enhancement Fund, What can we learn from Learning Together? A small-scale study into the benefits of co-operative learning., Burke, L, Grant value (£): £1,630.20

Liverpool John Moores University QR Funding, Recognising and negotiating empowering practices. Exploring the meaning and role of empowerment amongst former prisoners who have participated in a Therapeutic Community., Grant value (£): £1,925.00

Liverpool John Moores University QR Funding, An examination of the role of higher education in the desistance process., Burke, L., Grant value (£): £5,000