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School of Law

Mr Robert Hesketh

Publications

Other

Hesketh RF. Adapting Biographic Narrative for Young People.

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Hesketh, R.Hesketh. R.F. (2013). ‘Gang Culture and Deviancy Abstention: methodological approach’., postgraduate research conference, University of Chester, Oral presentation

HesHesketh, R.F. (2012). ‘To be or not to be? Gang Culture and Deviancy Abstention’., ‘To be or not to be? Gang Culture and Deviancy Abstention’., University of Chester, Oral presentation

Lyons, H., & Hesketh, R.F. (2013). Significant females associated with Organised Crime Groups (OCG’s) and “street gangs”’, Merseyside Police Briefing, Merseyside Police HQ, Powerpoint and oral presentation

Adapting biographic narrative interviewing for young disenfranchised people., Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, University of Liverpool, Oral presentation

Other invited event:

Hesketh, R.F. (2014). ‘Gang Culture and Deviancy Abstention: A progress report’., Merseyside Police HQ, Hesketh, R.F. (2014). ‘Gang Culture and Deviancy Abstention: A progress report on PhD research.

Police Crime Commissioners engagement team, Alerts Road Police station, Hesketh, R.F. (2013). An overview of Biographic narrative methodology and its potential as a youth engagement tool.