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Similar to other social science academics in UCD and other universities, books remain an important outlet for publishing the findings of our research. In the following section we present a selection of books which faculty members have published since the formation of our new school. This section is organised in alphabetical order by name. This selection with links to the publication is intended to provide another unique insight into the research being conducted in the School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice.

All publications can be seen here under the Staff Profiles section of the school website.

Sandra Torres and Sarah Donnelly (Eds.) (2022) Critical Gerontology for Social Workers. Policy Press. Publisher: Policy Press Publication Date: 01 Apr 2022 Online ISBN: 9781447360476 Series: Research in Social Work DOI: https://doi.org/10.51952/9781447360476

Marie Keenan and Estelle Zinsstag (Eds.) (2022) Sexual Vioience and Restorative Justice. Oxford University Press.

Fiona Larkan, Frédérique Vallières, Hasheem Mannan, and Naonori Kodate. (Editors) (2022) Systems Thinking for Global Health: How can systems-thinking contribute to solving key challenges in Global Health? Oxford University Press.

Ellen M. Immergut, Karen M. Anderson, Camilla Devitt, and Tamara Popic (Editors) (2021) Health Politics in Europe A Handbook. Oxford University

Bryan Fanning (2021) Three Roads to the Welfare State Liberalism, Social Democracy and Christian Democracy. Bristol: Policy Press ISBN 978-1447360322. 

Bryan Fanning (2021) Diverse Republic. University of Chicago Press, distributed by UCD Press. ISBN: 9781910820711, 1910820717.

Bryan Fanning (2021) Migration and the Making of Ireland. Indiana University Press Paperback, $35.00 November 2021 9780253059291.

Haughton M, McAuliffe, M, & Pine E (Eds) (2021) Legacies of the Magdalen Laundries: Commemoration, Gender and the post carceral State. Manchester University Press.

Sarah Morton, Carine Mutatayi, Kristín I. Pálsdóttir, Nadia Robles Soto and Cristiana Vale Pires (2022) Implementing a gender approach in drug policies: prevention, treatment and criminal justice. Published by Council of Europe. ISBN 978-92-871-9226-4

Estelle Zinsstag and Marie Keenan (Eds.) (2017) Restorative Responses to Sexual Violence: Legal, Social and Therapeutic Dimensions. Routledge. DOI https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315630595

Swaine, A. (2018). Conflict-Related Violence against Women: Transforming Transition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781316226964.

Michał Polakowski, Bastian Sendhardt & Dorota Szelewa (Eds.)(2018). The Future of the Welfare State Perspectives from the Baltic Sea Region. Publishers: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Representation in Poland and International Centre for Research and Analysis (ICRA).

Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway and Nessa Winston (Eds.) (2017) Sustainable communities and urban housing: A comparative European Perspective. 1 Mar 2017 Routledge

Bryan Fanning (2016) Irish Adventures in Nation Building. Manchester University Press. ISBN: 978-1-7849-9322-1.

Naonori Kodate (UCD) and Prof. Koichi Kaneko (Social Welfare, Toyo University) (Eds.) (2019) New Handbook on Social Welfare. Volume 1. (Uk/Ireland). Published by: Junpōsha Ltd., Japan.

Bridget McAuliffe, Mary Mc Auliffe & Owen O'Shea (Eds.) Kerry 1916: Histories and Legacies of the Easter Rising. Red Hen Publishing.. ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 099274878X.

Mary McAuliffe & Liz Gillis (Eds.) (2016) Richmond Barracks 1916: “We were there” – 77 women of the Easter Rising. Four Courts Press.

Michelle Norris (2016) Property, Family and the irish Welfare State. Springer Press.

Kathleen Lynch, John Baker, Maureen Lyons, Sara Cantillon, Judy Walsh, Maggie Feeley, Niall Hanlon, Maeve O’Brien (Authors) (2016) Affective Equality: Love Care and Injustice. Palgrave Macmillan.

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