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Jo Moriarty: chapters & book

Chapters

Baginsky, M., Moriarty, J., & Manthorpe, J. (2017). Signs of Safety: an evaluation across ten areas in England. In C. Cinali, J. Ma, & T. Vecchiato (Eds.), New Perspectives for Outcome-Based Evaluation and Research on Family and Children's Services. Padova: Fondazione Emmanuela Zancan.

Moriarty, J. (2016). The death of Heather Pritchard – an everyday story of inadequate social care. In C. Courage, N. Headlam, & P. Matthews (Eds.), The Archers in Fact and Fiction. Academic analyses of life in rural Borsetshire. Bern: Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Moriarty, J. (2015). Assessing support and services. In J. Botsford & K. Harrison Dening (Eds.), Dementia, Culture and Ethnicity. Issues for all (pp. 85-103). London: Jessica Kingsley.

 Moriarty, J. (2013). Social care. In T. Dening & A. Thomas (Eds.), Oxford Textbook of Old Age Psychiatry (Second edition) (pp. 335-342). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Moriarty, J. (2012) 'Carers and the role of the family', in Sinclair, A.J., Morley, J.E. and Vellas, B. (eds), Pathy's Principles and Practice of Geriatric Medicine (Fifth edition), Chichester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd., pp. 2838-2855.

Manthorpe, J. & Moriarty, J., (2011), 'Working with Minorities in Care Homes', in Dening, T. & Milne, A. (eds), Mental Health and Care Homes, pp. 237-249, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Moriarty, J., (2010), 'Competing with Myths: Migrant Labour in Social Care', in Ruhs, M. & Anderson, B. (eds), Who Needs Migrant Workers? Labour shortages, immigration and public policy, pp. 125-153, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Manthorpe, J. & Moriarty, J., (2009), 'Older Workers in Health and Social Care: undervalued and overlooked?', in Chiva, A. & Manthorpe, J. (eds), Older Workers in Europe, pp. 69-93, Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Manthorpe, J. & Moriarty, J., (2007), 'Models from other Countries: Social Work with People Dementia and their Caregivers', in Cox, C. (ed), Dementia and Social Work Practice: research and interventions, pp. 229-247, New York: Springer Publishing Company, LLC.

Moriarty, J., (2006), 'Carers and the Role of the Family', in Pathy, M.S.J., Sinclair, A.J. & Morley, J.E. (eds), Principles and Practice of Geriatric Medicine, pp. 1809-1816, Chichester: Wiley.

McKevitt, C., Baldock, J., Hadlow, J., Moriarty, J. & Butt, J., (2005), 'Identity, Meaning and Social Support', in Walker, A. (ed), Understanding Quality of Life in Old Age, pp. 130-145, Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Butt, J. & Moriarty, J., (2004), 'Quality of Life and Social Support among Older People from Different Ethnic Groups', in Walker, A. & Northmore, S. (eds), Growing Older in a Black and Ethnic Minority Group, pp. 12-20, London: Age Concern England.

Moriarty, J. & Butt, J., (2004), 'Social Support and Ethnicity in Old Age', in Hennessy, C. & Walker, A. (eds), Research Highlights from the Growing Older Programme, pp. 167-187, Buckingham: Open University Press.

Moriarty, J., (2002), 'Part of Their Lives: Community Care for People with Dementia', in Benson, S. (ed), Dementia Topics for the Millennium and Beyond, pp. 48-50, London: Hawker Publications.

Moriarty, J., (2001), 'Day Care for Older Adults: Developing Services for Diversity', in Clark, C. (ed), Adult Day Services and Social Inclusion: Better Days, pp. 109-132, London: Jessica Kingsley.

Moriarty, J., (1999), 'Older People', in Balloch, S., Butt, J., Fisher, M. & Lindow, V. (eds), Rights, Needs & The User Perspective, pp. 49-55, London: National Institute for Social Work.

Moriarty, J., (1999), 'Older People with Dementia and their Carers', in Balloch, S., Butt, J., Fisher, M. & Lindow, V. (eds), Rights, Needs & The User Perspective, pp. 56-61, London: National Institute for Social Work.

Book

Moriarty, J. & Webb, S., (2000), Part of Their Lives: Community Care for People with Dementia, Bristol: The Policy Press.

 


 

26-Feb-18

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