Steve Kirkwood
Steve Kirkwood
Senior Lecturer in Social Work, The University of Edinburgh
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TitleCited byYear
Challenging the standard story of indigenous rights in Aotearoa/New Zealand
S Kirkwood, JH Liu, A Weatherall
Journal of community & applied social psychology 15 (6), 493-505, 2005
Towards a social representations theory of attitude change: The effect of message framing on general and specific attitudes toward equality and entitlement
C Sibley, J Liu, S Kirkwood
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 35 (1), 3, 2006
‘They're more than animals’: Refugees' accounts of racially motivated violence
S Kirkwood, A McKinlay, C McVittie
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (4), 747-762, 2013
Pakeha attitudes toward the symbolic and resource-specific aspects of bicultural policy in New Zealand: The legitimizing role of collective guilt for historical injustices
CG Sibley, A Robertson, S Kirkwood
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 34 (3), 171, 2005
The language of asylum: Refugees and discourse
S Kirkwood, S Goodman, C McVittie, A McKinlay
Springer, 2015
The Mutually Constitutive Relationship between Place and Identity: The Role of Place-Identity in Discourse on Asylum Seekers and Refugees
S Kirkwood, A McKinlay, C McVittie
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 2013
Integration and reintegration: Comparing pathways to citizenship through asylum and criminal justice
S Kirkwood, F McNeill
Criminology & Criminal Justice 15 (5), 511-526, 2015
Circles of support and accountability: The case for their use in Scotland to assist in the community reintegration and risk management of sexual offenders
S Kirkwood, T Richley
SCOLAG Legal Journal 372, 236-9, 2008
Restorative justice cases in Scotland: Factors related to participation, the restorative process, agreement rates and forms of reparation
S Kirkwood
European Journal of Criminology 7 (2), 107-122, 2010
The humanisation of refugees: A discourse analysis of UK parliamentary debates on the European refugee ‘crisis’
S Kirkwood
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 27 (2), 115-125, 2017
‘He's a Cracking Wee Geezer from Pakistan’: Lay Accounts of Refugee Integration Failure and Success in Scotland
S Kirkwood, A McKinlay, C McVittie
Journal of Refugee Studies, 2014
‘Some People It's Very Difficult to Trust’: Attributions of Agency and Accountability in Practitioners' Talk About Integration
S Kirkwood, A McKinlay, C McVittie
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 24 (5), 376-389, 2014
Towards an interactional approach to reflective practice in social work
S Kirkwood, B Jennings, E Laurier, V Cree, B Whyte
European Journal of Social Work, 2016
Restorative justice in Scotland: An overview
N Kearney, S Kirkwood, L MacFarlane
British journal of community justice 4 (3), 55, 2006
Desistance in action: An interactional approach to criminal justice practice and desistance from offending
S Kirkwood
Theoretical Criminology 20 (2), 220-237, 2016
‘Refugee’ is only a word: A discursive analysis of refugees’ and asylum seekers’ experiences in Scotland
S Kirkwood
PhD thesis, 2012
Negotiating the dilemmas of claiming asylum: A discursive analysis of interviews with refugees on life in Scotland
S Kirkwood
esharp, Special Issue, 87-112, 2012
Briefing Paper-e
R Smith, C Jardine, P Rigby, K Bellamy, L Hutton, B Whyte, N Vaswani, ...
Framework, 2006
‘We Didnae Do Anything Great…’Discursive Strategies for Resisting Detention and Deportation in Scotland and the North East of England
D Bates, S Kirkwood
Refugee Review: Social Movement 1, 21-31, 2013
It is about integration’: The discursive construction of integration among professionals who work with asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland
S Kirkwood
Migration: Economic change, social challenge, University College London …, 2011
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