Jonathan Parker

Professor Jonathan Parker

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  • Royal London House R203, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Biography

Dr Jonathan Parker is Professor of Society & Social Welfare and Director of the Centre for Social Work and Social Policy at Bournemouth University.

He moved to Bournemouth in 2006 after 11 years at the University of Hull where he was one of the founders and director of the Family Assessment and Support Unit, a practice placement agency attached to the University and awarded the Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher Education in 1996, and latterly Head of Department of Social Work.

Jonathan's research projects focus on disadvantage and marginalisation, cross cultural aspects of social work, research ethics and violence, conflict and religion. He has also researched and published in theories and methods in social work and dementia care. He has recently conducted cross cultural research on learning and practice with colleagues in Southeast Asia. He is currently working on projects concerning the meanings constructed during church visiting, constructions of adult safeguarding, gendered rituals in professional practice, and research ethics and learning disabled people...

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Research

Sara Ashencaen Crabtree and myself secured a successful fusion funded grant from BU to undertake ethnographic research in Malaysia with the indigenous people's of the Tasik Chini are of Pahang. As part of this work, a visiting professorship and membership of the Pusat Penyelidikan Tasik Cini (Tasik Chini Research Centre) was granted at the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia who part funded work in early 2014 with the Orang Asli of the Tasik Chini area (15,000RM). Further research is planned.

I am part of a network of academics and UK universities having an interest in the implications of the Care Act 2014 for understandings and daily practices in the fraught arena of adult abuse, protection and safeguarding. An application for an ESRC seminar series has been submitted with colleagues from Keele University, the University of East Anglia, the University of Chester and the University of Bedfordshire.

I am currently engaged in an ethnography of church visiting with colleague Prof Sara Ashencaen Crabtree and visiting scholar Rev Dr Ian Terry, with a view to examining further the meanings constructed by religious and non-religious visitors to buildings that are considered, by some, as sacred.

I am also undertaking a participatory action research study with colleagues (Dr Hyun-Joo Lim, Chris Willetts, Sara Ashencaen Crabtree and Yadigar Alus) and students as co-researchers. We are exploring student stress and effective ways of dealign with such.

Dr Masi Fathi, Richard Williams (of the social work team) and myself are undertaking research with looking six forms to examine student and family perceptions of and aspirations for higher education as part of the Centre for Excellence in Learning's focus on widening access...

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Journal Articles

  • Heaslip, V., Hean, S. and Parker, J., 2017. The etemic model of Gypsy Roma Traveller community vulnerability: Is it time to rethink our understanding of vulnerability? Journal of Clinical Nursing.
  • Parker, J., 2016. Book review: Improving Criminal Justice Workplaces: Translating theory and research into evidence-based prac. Social Policy and Administration: an international journal of policy and research.
  • Parker, J. and Farmer, H., 2016. Using narrative fiction as a means of assessing and learning in a history of social welfare module. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-12.
  • Harding, A.J.E., Parker, J., Hean, S. and Hemingway, A., 2016. Efficacy of Telephone Information and Advice on Welfare: the Need for Realist Evaluation. Social Policy and Society, 1-21.
  • Parker, J., 2016. Book Review: Hidden Cameras: Everything you need to know about covert recording, undercover cameras and secret filming. Journal of Adult Protection.
  • Heaslip, V., Hean, S. and Parker, J., 2016. Lived experience of vulnerability from a Gypsy Roma Traveller perspective. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, 25 (13-14), 1987-1998.
  • Parker, J. and Crabtree, S.A., 2016. Part of the solution or part of the problem? Reflections on teaching participatory asset mapping. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL, 51 (3), 367-381.
  • Parker, J., 2016. Hidden Cameras: Everything You Need To Know About Covert Recording, Undercover Cameras and Secret Filming. JOURNAL OF ADULT PROTECTION, 18 (4), 249-250.
  • Parker, J., 2015. The Impact of the Social Sciences: How Academics and their Research Make a Difference. SOCIAL POLICY & ADMINISTRATION, 49 (7), 974-976.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Azman, A. and Masu'd, F., 2015. Typologies of learning in international placements. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2015. Reflections on Social Work and Human Rights. Malaysian Journal on Human Rights, 19-30.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2015. Being male in female spaces: Perceptions of male students on masculinity on a qualifying course. Revista de Asistenţă Socială, XIII (4), 7-26.
  • Parker, J., 2014. Social Work and Social Policy under Austerity. SOCIAL POLICY & ADMINISTRATION, 48 (1).
  • Parker, J. and Crabtree, S.A., 2014. Fish need bicycles: An exploration of the perceptions of male social work students on a qualifying course. British Journal of Social Work, 44 (2), 310-327.
  • Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Azman, A. and Carlo, D.P., 2014. Problematising international placements as a site of intercultural learning. European Journal of Social Work.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2014. Covert research and adult protection and safeguarding: An ethical dilemma? Journal of Adult Protection, 16 (1), 29-40.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Azman, A. and Masu'ud, F., 2014. A sociological examination of international placement learning by British social work students in children's services in Malaysia. Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology & Sociology, 5 (1).
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2013. Ripples in a pond: Do social work students need to learn about terrorism? Social Policy & Social Work in Transition, 3 (2).
  • Hartwell, H., van Teijlingen, E. and Parker, J., 2013. Nutrition; effects of the Research Excellence Framework (REF). Nutrition and Food Science, 43 (1), 74-77.
  • Parker, J., 2012. Francis Biley 1958-2012. Nurs Stand, 27 (13), 32.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2012. Religion, Islam and active ageing. RevistaeSalud.com, 8 (31).
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2012. Problematising active ageing: A theoretical excursus into the sociology of ageing for social work practice in Europe and South East Asia. RevistaeSalud.com, 8 (31).
  • Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Chui, W.H., Kumagai, T., Baba, I., Azman, A., Haselbacher, C., Ashkanani, H.R. and Szto, P., 2012. WAVE: Working with adults who are vulnerable – A comparison of curricula, policies and constructions. Revista de Asistenţă Socială, 11 (3), 1-18.
  • Parker, J. and van Teijlingen, E., 2012. The Research Excellence Framework (REF): Assessing the impact of social work research on society. Practice: Social Work in Action, 24, 41-52.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Azman, A. and Carlo, D.P., 2012. Epiphanies and learning in a postcolonial Malaysia context: A preliminary evaluation of international social work palcements. International Social Work.
  • Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Baba, I., Carlo, D.P. and Azman, A., 2012. Liminality and learning: International placements as a rite of passage. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 22 (3), 146-158.
  • Keen, S., Parker, J., Rutter, L., Williams, S. and Brown, K., 2011. Practice Education: Where next? Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 10.
  • Parker, J., 2011. Learning from disruption: case studies in failing and marginal placements. Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, 1, 34-46.
  • Keen, S., Parker, J., Rutter, L., Williams, S. and Brown, K., 2011. Practice Education: Where next? Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 10, 63-88.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B. and Stanley, D., 2011. Research ethics review: social care and social science research and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Ethics and Social Welfare, 5, 380-400.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2011. Isomorphism and hegemony: the Bologna process and social work education in the UK. Social Policy and Social Work in Transition, 2, 149-173.
  • Parker, J., 2010. The right kind of scrutiny. Times Higher Education Supplement, 33.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Social Work and Migration: Immigrant and Refugee Settlement. INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL WORK, 53 (4), 579-580.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B. and Stanley, D., 2010. Problem or safeguard? Research ethics review in social care research and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Social care and Neurodisability, 1, 22-32.
  • Gray, I., Parker, J., Rutter, L. and Williams, S., 2010. Developing communities of practice: a strategy for effective leadership, management and supervision in social work. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 14, 20-36.
  • Bates, N., Immins, T., Parker, J., Keen, S., Rutter, L., Brown, K. and Zsigo, S., 2010. 'Baptism of fire': The first year in the life of a newly qualified social worker. Social Work Education, 29, 152-170.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Book review: Educating Professionals: Practice learning in health and social care by Doel, M. & Sahrdlow, S. British Journal of Social Work, 40, 2348-2350.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Book review: The emotionally Intelligent Social Worker by Howe, D. Journal of Social Work, 10, 231-232.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Book review: Social Work and Migration: Immigrant and refugee settlement by Valtonen, M. International Social Work, 53, 579-580.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Editorial: Turmoil, change and professional education in the field. Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 10, 3-4.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B. and Stanley, D., 2010. Problem or safeguard? Research ethics review in social care research and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Social care and Neurodisability, 1.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Azman, A. and Carlo, D.P., 2010. ‘Meta-learning’ in a postcolonial Malaysian context: International placements of UK students. Social Work Education.
  • Parker, J., 2010. When Things Go Wrong! Placement Disruption and Termination: Power and Student Perspectives. British Journal of Social Work, 40 (3), 983-999.
  • Bates, N., Immins, T., Parker, J., Keen, S., Rutter, L., Brown, K. and Zsigo, S., 2009. 'Baptism of Fire': The First Year in the Life of a Newly Qualified Social Worker. Social Work Education, 28 ifi, 1-19.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J. and Calvin Thomas, G., 2009. Diversity and cross-cultural challenges: educating social workers to work across boundaries. BUGLE.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Groupwork with Older People. Guest editor. Groupwork, 19, 3-7.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Editorial: W(h)ither practice learning? Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 9, 3-5.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Editorial: Aspects of the Dickensian Corpus: A metaphor for practice edcuation. Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 9, 3-9.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Book review: Social Work Practice with Ethnically and Racially Diverse Nursing Home Residents and Their Families, by Kolb, P.J. (ed). Journal of Social Work, 9, 129-130.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Book review: Measures for Clinical Practice and Research, Volumes I and II, 4th edition, by Fischer, J & Corcoran, K. International Social Work, 52, 116-118.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Social Work Practice with Ethnically and Racially Diverse Nursing Home Residents and Their Families. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK, 9 (1), 129-130.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Editorial. Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 8, 3-6.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Editorial. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work, 8, 3-6.
  • Brown, K., Immins, T. and Parker, J., 2008. Beware of early specialisation. Community Care, 12.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Book review: Palliative Care, Social Work and Service Users: Making life possible, by Beresford, P., Adshead, L. and Croft, S. International Social Work, 51, 416-417.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Book review: Evaluation in Social Work: The art and science of practice, by Unrau, Y., Gabor, P. & Grinell, R. (eds). International Social Work, 51, 117-119.
  • Gray, I., Parker, J. and Immins, T., 2008. Leading Communities of Practice in Social Work. Groupwork or management? Groupwork, 18, 26-40.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Mother and me. Professional Social Work, December, 14-15.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Email, ethics and data collection in social work research: some reflections from a research project. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 4, 75-83.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Developing effective practice learning for tomorrow's social workers. Social Work Education, 26, 763-779.
  • Seigne, E., Coyne, I., Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2007. Personality traits of bullies as a contributory factor in workplace bullying: an exploratory study. International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior, 10, 118-132.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Crisis intervention: a practice model for people who have dementia and their carers. Practice, 19, 115-126.
  • Bates, N., Brown, K., Gray, I., Immins, T., Keen, S. and Parker, J., 2007. Restore indicator. Community Care, 12.
  • Hatton, A., Brown, K. and Parker, J., 2007. Why we must keep our all-rounders. Professional Social Work, 10-11.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Abuse in Care? A practical guide to protecting people with learning disabilities from abuse in residential services. The Journal of Adult Protection, 8 (4), 44-45.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Social work with older people. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE, 20 (3), 369-371.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Social work with older people, 4th edn. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK, 36 (7), 1248-1249.
  • Parker, J. and Whitfield, J., 2006. Learning the way to work. Community Care, 20/4, 32-33.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Developing perceptions of competence during practice learning. British Journal of Social Work, 36, 1017-1036.
  • Parker, J., 2006. I remember that... Reminiscence groups with people with dementia: A valuable site for practice learning. Groupwork, 16, 7-28.
  • Trueman, I. and Parker, J., 2006. Exploring community nurses' perceptions of life review in palliative care. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 15, 197-207.
  • Parker, J., Doel, M. and Whitfield, J., 2006. Does practice learning assist the recruitment and retention of staff? Research Policy and Planning: The Journal of the Social Services Research Group, 24, 179-195.
  • Parker, J., Hughes, M. and Rutter, L., 2006. 'Shadowing' and its place in preparing students for practice learning. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work, 7, 49-69.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Book review: Social Work with Older People, 4th edition, by Phillips, J., Ray, M. and Marshall, M. British Journal of Social Work, 36, 1248-1249.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Book review: Social Work with Older People, by Lymbery, M. Journal of Social Work Practice, 20, 369-371.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Book review: Applying family therapy: a guide for caring professionals in the community, by Steven Walker and Jane Akister. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 20, 690-691.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Book review: Abuse in care? A practical guide to protecting people with leanring disabilities from abuse in residential services, by Marsland, D., Oakes, P., Tweddell, I. and White, C. Journal of Adult Protection, 8, 44-45.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Constructing dementia and dementia care: daily practices in a day care setting. Journal of Social Work, 5, 261-278.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Should you encourage students to assess themselves in practice learning? A guided self-efficacy approach to practice learning assessment. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work, 6, 8-30.
  • Bradley, G., Lawrence, S., Lyons, K. and Parker, J., 2005. Conference Corner. European Journal of Social Work, 8, 473-475.
  • Parker, J. and Lawrence, S., 2005. Conference Corner. European Journal of Social Work, 8, 209-213.
  • Parker, J., 2004. Future-proofing the profession. Professional Social Work, Feb, 10-11.
  • Trueman, I. and Parker, J., 2004. Life review in palliative care. European Journal of Palliative Care, 11, 249-253.
  • Parker, J., Hillison, K. and Wilson, L., 2003. SWiSP: The Social Workers in Schools Project. Practice: a quarterly Journal for Social Workers, 15, 69-87.
  • Parker, J., 2003. A new era. Professional Social Work, Oct, 3.
  • Parker, J., 2002. Geronticide: Killing the Elderly. The Journal of Adult Protection, 4 (4), 45-46.
  • Parker, J., 2002. The care assistants portfolio part I, II & III. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 39 (4), 400.
  • Parker, J. and Merrylees, S., 2002. Why become a professional? Experiences of care-giving and the decision to enter social work or nursing education. Learning in Health and Social Care, 1, 105-114.
  • Parker, J., 2002. Adoption and loss: implications for contemporary social work in the UK. Practice: Social Work in Action, 14, 15-30.
  • Parker, J., 2002. Book review: Generations - Abuse and neglect of older people, by Wolf, R. and Nerenberg, L. (eds),. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 14, 209-211.
  • Parker, J., 2002. Book review: Geronticide: Killing the elderly, by Brogdan, M. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 14, 95-96.
  • Parker, J., 2001. Looking, listening and learning: a rationale for involving student social workers in dementia care. Social Work Education, 20, 551-561.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B., Manthorpe, J. and Bradley, G., 2001. Hearing what users say: the importance of training for high quality management in dementia care. Managing Community Care, 9, 28-33.
  • Parker, J., 2001. Interrogating Person-centred Dementia Care in Social Work and Social Care Practice. Journal of Social Work, 1 (3), 329-345.
  • Parker, J., 2001. Seeking effective approaches to elder abuse in institutional settings. Journal of Adult Protection, 3 (3), 21-29.
  • Parker, J., 2000. Book review: Elder Mistreatment: Prevalence, risk indicators, and consequences, by Comijs, H. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 12, 167-170.
  • Parker, J., 2000. Elder mistreament: Prevalence, risk indicators, and consequences. JOURNAL OF ELDER ABUSE & NEGLECT, 12 (3-4), 167-170.
  • Parker, J., 2000. Attitudes toward elder mistreatment and reporting. A multicultural study. JOURNAL OF ELDER ABUSE & NEGLECT, 12 (3-4), 167-170.
  • Bradley, G., Manthorpe, J., Parker, J., Penhale, B., Pierrot, L. and Schartau, M.-B., 2000. Promoting the inclusion across the generations: involving volunteers in reminsicence work with people with dementia. Social Work in Europe, 7, 1-12.
  • Parker, J., 2000. Social work with refugees and asylum seekers: a rationale for developing practice. Practice: Social Work in Action, 12, 61-76.
  • Parker, J., 1999. When men batter women: New insights into ending abusive relationships. JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY, 61 (1), 262.
  • Parker, J., 1999. Psychodynamic counselling and older people who have been abused. JOURNAL OF ELDER ABUSE & NEGLECT, 10 (1-2), 165-169.
  • Parker, J., 1999. Hidden problem of elder abuse: Clues and strategies for health workers. JOURNAL OF ELDER ABUSE & NEGLECT, 10 (1-2), 165-169.
  • Parker, J., 1999. Chapter on elder abuse. In preventing family violence. JOURNAL OF ELDER ABUSE & NEGLECT, 10 (1-2), 165-169.
  • Parker, J., 1999. Book review: When Men Batter Women: New insights into ending abusive relationships, by Jacobson, N. and Gottman, J. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 61, 262.
  • Parker, J., 1999. Book review: Psychodynamic Counselling and older people who have been abused, by Bear, Z. (ed). Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 10, 165-169.
  • Parker, J., 1999. Education and learning for the evaluation of dementia care: the perceptions of social workers in training. Education and Ageing, 13, 297-312.
  • Penhale, B., Bradley, G., Parker, J., Manthorpe, J., Gynnerstedt, K., Schartau, M.-B., Pierrot, L., Quinio, Y. and Zingraff, J.-M., 1999. Involving young volunteers in reminiscence work. Journal of Dementia Care, 7, 17-19.
  • Parker, J., 1998. Practice focus. Cognitive Behavioural Social Work Review, 19, 22-44.
  • Cigno, K. and Parker, J., 1998. A brief history of the cognitive-behavioural social work group. Cognitive Behavioural Social Work Review, 19, 13-21.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B., Bradley, G., Manthorpe, J., Gynnerstedt, K. and Pierrot, L., 1998. Training volunteers to run reminiscence groups: The EQUAL Project. Health Care in Later Life, 3, 285-298.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B., Bradley, G. and Manthorpe, J., 1998. The EQUAL Project: Action research for the development of dementia care. Issues in Social Work Education, 18, 89-96.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 1997. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Children of School Age. Educational Psychology in Practice, 13, 197-203.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 1997. Factitious disorders by proxy: a trap for the unwary. Journal of Social Work Practice, 11, 17-26.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 1997. Residential risk assessment of families who deny abuse. Practitioners' Child Law Bulletin, 10, 68-70.
  • Whitfield, J., Dixon, P., Mitchell, S., Wardell, J. and Parker, J., 1996. Car crime and young people: a short report suggesting a cognitive approach to intervention. Behavioural Social Work Review, 17, 31-51.
  • Parker, J., Randall, P. and Goffin, P., 1996. The social work response to traumatic stress disorder in children: a cognitive-behavioural approach. Behavioural Social Work Review, 17, 52-63.
  • Parker, J. and Randall, P., 1996. Post-traumatic stress disorder in children: the social work challenge. Journal of Social Work Practice, 10, 71-81.
  • Parker, J., 1995. Efficacy, modelling and practice teaching. Behavioural Social Work Review, 16, 5-19.
  • Parker, J., Allcott, T. and Randall, P., 1995. Practice teaching innovators anticipate new DipSW. Professional Social Work, May, 14-15.
  • Parker, J., 1995. A framework for anti-oppressive practice teaching. Journal of Staff Training and Development, 4, 35-46.
  • Parker, J., 1995. The Premack Principle for people with dementia. Behavioural Social Work Review, 16, 17-27.
  • Parker, J. and Donohue, M., 1995. Crisis theory and community empowerment. Professional Social Work, Sep, 8-9.
  • Parker, J., 1995. Dealing with and understanding challenging behaviours. Elders: The Journal of Care and Practice, 4, 5-16.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 1995. Autism: working with families. Practice: Social Work in Action, 7, 11-20.
  • Parker, J., 1994. Approved social work and older people with dementia. Elders: The Journal of Care and Practice, 3, 15-27.
  • Parker, J., 1993. Dementia, social work practice and ethical principles. Basline, 52, 33-41.
  • Parker, J., 1992. Crisis intervention: a framework for social work with people with dementia and their carers. Elders: The Journal of Care and Practice, 1, 43-57.

Books

  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2018. Social Work with Disadvantaged and Marginalised People. London: Sage.
  • Parker, J., 2017. Social Work Practice. London: Sage.
  • Newly-Qualified Social Workers. A practice guide to the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment.. London: Sage.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S, Parker, J., Crabtree Parker, I. and Crabtree Parker, M., 2016. Death of the Dragon God Lake: Voice from Tasik Chini. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: SIRD.
  • Parker, J. and Gomez Jimenez, M.L., 2014. Active Ageing? Perspectives from Europe on a vaunted topic. London: Whiting & Birch.
  • Parker, J. and Bradley, G., 2014. Social Work Practice. London: Sage.
  • Parker, J. and Doel, M., 2013. Professional Social Work. London: Sage.
  • Keen, S., Brown, K., Parker, J., Gray, I. and Galpin, D., 2013. Newly-Qualified Social Workers: A Handbook for Practice. London: Learning Matters/Sage.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J. and Azman, A., 2012. The Cup, The Gun and The Crescent: Social welfare and civil unrest in Muslim societies.. London: Whiting & Birch.
  • Parker, J., 2012. これからのソーシャルワーク実習―リフレクティブ・ラーニングのまなざしから(From the look of reflective learning - social work practice in the future). Japan: AkiraHiroshi Shobo.
  • Parker, J., 2012. これからのソーシャルワーク実習―リフレクティブ・ラーニングのまなざしから(From the look of reflective learning - social work practice in the future). Japan: AkiraHiroshi Shobo.
  • Parker, J. and Bradley, G., 2010. Social Work Practice: Assessment, planning, intervention and review. Exeter, England: Learning Matters.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Effective Practice Learning in Social Work. Exeter, England: Learning Matters.
  • Randall, P., Parker, J. and Pikiel, S., 2010. Autyzm: jak pomóc rodzinie. Gdansk: Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Psychologiczne.
  • Newly-Qualified Social Workers: A Handbook for Practice. Exeter, England: Learning Matters.
  • Keen, S., Gray, I., Parker, J., Galpin, D. and Brown, K., 2009. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A Handbook for Practice. Learning Matters.
  • Newly qualified social workers: a handbook for practice. Exeter: Learning Matters.
  • Parker, J. and Bradley, G., 2008. 進化するソーシャルワーク―事例で学ぶアセスメント・プランニング・介入・再検討 (Social Work Practice: Assessment, intervention and review). Japan: Tsutsei Shobo.
  • Penhale, B. and Parker, J., 2008. Working with vulnerable adults. London: Routledge.
  • Walker, J., Crawford, K. and Parker, J., 2008. Practice education in social work: a handbook for practice teachers, assessors and educators. Exeter: Learning Matters.
  • Parker, J. and Bradley, G., 2007. Social work practice : assessment, planning, intervention and review. Exeter: Learning Matters.
  • Social work and disadvantage: addressing the roots of stigma through association. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Burke, P. and Parker, J., 2007. Social work and disadvantage: addressing the roots of stigma through association. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Aspects of social work and palliative care. London: Quay Books.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Aspects of Social Work and Palliative Care. London: Quay Books.
  • Parker, J., 2004. Effective practice learning in social work. Exeter: Learning Matters.
  • Parker, J. and Bradley, G., 2003. Social work practice : assessment, planning, intervention and review. Exeter: Learning Matters.
  • Penhale, B., Parker, J. and Kingston, P., 2000. Elder Abuse: Approaches to working with violence. Birmingham, England: British Association of Social Workers.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 1999. Supporting the Families of Children with Autism. Chichester, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Parker, J. and Penhale, B., 1998. Forgotten People: Positive approaches to dementia care. Aldershot, England: Ashgate.
  • Parker, J. and Penhale, B., 1998. Protecting People. London: Open Learning Foundation/BASW.
  • Parker, J. and Randall, P., 1997. Using Behavioural Theories. London: Open Leanring Foundation/BASW.
  • Parker, J. and Randall, P., 1997. Using Social and Psychological Theories. London: Open Learning Foundation/BASW.

Chapters

  • Keen, S. and Parker, J., 2016. Please mind the gap. In: Keen, S., Parker, J., Brown, K. and Galpin, D., eds. Newly-Qualified Social Workers. A practice guide to the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment.. London: Sage, 1-6.
  • Parker, J., Crabtree, S.A. and Azman, A., 2016. Treading the long path: Social work education in Malaysia. Routledge International Handbook of Social Work Education. 84-95.
  • Parker, J., 2015. Single Shared Assessments in social work. In: Wright, J.D., ed. The International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2014. The discourse of active ageing and Islamic constructions. In: Parker, J., ed. Active Ageing? Perspectives from Europe on a vaunted topic. London: Whiting & Birch, 190-204.
  • Parker, J., 2014. 'I remember that…' Reminiscence groups with people with dementia: A valuable site for practice learning. In: Parker, J. and Gomez Jimenez, M.L., eds. Active Ageing? Perspectives from Europe on vaunted topic. London: Whiting & Birch, 118-137.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2014. Problematising active ageing: A theoretical excursus into the sociology of ageing for social work practice. In: Parker, J. and Gomez Jimenez, M.L., eds. Active Ageing? Perspectives from Europe on a vaunted topic. London: Whiting & Birch, 12-29.
  • Parker, J. and Gomez Jimenez, M.L., 2014. Active Ageing? Perspectives from Europe on a vaunted topic. In: Parker, J., ed. Active Ageing? Perspectives from Europe on a vaunted topic. London: Whiting& Birch, 1-11.
  • Parker, J., 2013. Assessment, Intervention and Review. In: Davies, M., ed. The Blackwell Companion to Social Work,. Oxford: Blackwell, 311-320.
  • Parker, J., 2013. Assessment, Intervention and Review. In: Davies, M., ed. Blackwell Companion to Social Work. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Parker, J. and Parker, A., 2013. Using written skills: translating your learning from university to practice in developing case recording. In: Keen, S., Brown, K., Parker, J., Gray, I. and Galpin, D., eds. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A practice guide to the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment. London: Sage.
  • Keen, S. and Parker, J., 2013. Please mind the gap. In: Keen, S., Brown, K., Parker, J., Gray, I. and Galpin, D., eds. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A practice guide to the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment. London: Sage.
  • Gray, I., Parker, J. and McDonald, M., 2013. Contributing to service quality and development. In: Keen, S., Brown, K., Parker, J., Gray, I. and Galpin, D., eds. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A practice guide to the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment. London: Sage.
  • Parker, J., 2013. Active relationships as partnerships in social work: a case study in social work education. Contemporary Social Work Education, Training And Practice,. Malaysia: Institut Sosial Malaysia, Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development.
  • Doel, M. and Parker, J., 2013. Professional social work in the future. In: Parker, J. and Doel, M., eds. Professional Social Work. London: Sage.
  • Parker, J. and Doel, M., 2013. Professional Social Work and the Professional Social Work Identity? In: Parker, J. and Doel, M., eds. Professional Social Work. London: Sage.
  • Gray, I., Parker, J., Rutter, L. and Williams, S., 2013. Developing communities of practice: A strategy for effective leadership, management and supervision in social work. In: Lawler, J. and Hafford-Letchfield, T., eds. Perspectives on Management and Leadership in Social Work. London: Whiting & Birch, 118-139.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2012. Embroidered Lives and Tapestries of Violence. In: Ashencaen Crabtree, S., ed. The Cup, The Gun and The Crescent: Social welfare and civil unrest in Muslim societies. Whiting & Birch.
  • Parker, J., 2012. Warfare and Welfare: Civil Strife and the Humanising Imperative in Contemporary Muslim Societies. In: Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J. and Azman, A., eds. The Cup, The Gun and The Crescent: Social welfare and civil unrest in Muslim societies. London: Whiting & Birch.
  • Parker, J., 2012. Landscapes and portraits: Using multiple lenses to inform social work theories of old age. In: Davies, M., ed. Social Work with Adults: From Policy to Practice. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan, 285-299.
  • Baba, I., Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2011. Future indicative, past imperfect: a cross cultural comparison of social work education in Malaysia and England. In: Stanley, S., ed. Social Work Education in Countries of the East: Issues and Challenges. New York: Nova, 276-301.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2011. Soziale Arbeit mit Migranten in Grossbritannien. In: Kunz, T. and Puhl, R., eds. Arbeitsfeld Interkulturalität: Grundlagen, Methoden und Praxisansätze der Sozialen Arbeit in der Zuwanderungsgesellschaft. Weinheim: Juventa Verlag.
  • Baba, I., Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2010. Future indicative, past imperfect: a cross cultural comparison of social work education in Malaysia and England. In: Stanley, S., ed. Social Work Education in Countries of the East: Issues and Challenges. New York: Nova.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Learning from disruption: case studies in failing and marginal placements. In: Silvanoinnen, P., ed. ESWS 2008 Symposium Papers. Hyvinkaa, Finland: Laurea University.
  • Quinney, A. and Parker, J., 2010. Developing self efficacy in research skills: becoming research-minded. In: Burgess, H. and Carpenter, J., eds. The Outcomes of Social Work Education: Developing evaluation methods. Southampton: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP), 16-25.
  • Keen, S. and Parker, J., 2009. Please mind the gap. In: Keen, S., Gray, I., Parker, J., Galpin, D. and Brown, K., eds. Newly qualified social workers: a handbook for practice. Exeter: Learning Matters, 1-4.
  • Keen, S., Galpin, D., Rutter, L., Brown, K. and Ixer, G., 2009. Lifelong Learning, Continuing Professional Development, Post-qualifying Awards and Post-registration Training and Learning. In: Keen, S., Galpin, D., Gray, I., Brown, K. and Parker, J., eds. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A Handbook for Practice. Exeter: Learning Matters, 42-65.
  • Gray, I., Parker, J. and MacDonald, M., 2009. Contributing to service quality and development. In: Keen, S., Gray, I., Parker, J., Galpin, D. and Brown, K., eds. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A handbook for practice. Exeter: Learning Matters, 97-117.
  • Parker, J. and Hicken, A., 2009. Using Written Skills: translating your learning from university to practice in developing case recording. In: Keen, S., Gray, I., Parker, J., Galpin, D. and Brown, K., eds. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A handbook for practice. Exeter: Learning Matters, 137-142.
  • Quinney, A., 2009. Joining and contributing to a team. In: Brown, K., Parker, J., Keen, S., Galpin, D. and Gray, I., eds. Newly Qualified Social Workers: A Handbook for Practice. Exeter: Learning Matters, 80-96.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Assessment, intervention and review. In: Davies, M., ed. The Blackwell Companion to Social Work. Oxford: Blackwell, 94-101.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Constructing dementia and dementia care: disadvantage and daily practices in a care setting. In: Burke, P. and Parker, J., eds. Social Work and Disadvantage: addressing the roots of stigma through association. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Disadvantage, stigma and anti-oppressive practice. In: Burke, P. and Parker, J., eds. Social work and disadvantage: addressing the roots of stigma through association. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 146-57.
  • Parker, J., 2007. The process of social work: assessment, planning, intervention and review. In: Lymbery, M. and Postle, K., eds. Social work : a companion to learning. London: Sage, 111-122.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Commentary on PEdDS Project. Embedding Success: Enhancing the learning experince for disabled students. York, England: Higher Education Academy, 71.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Social work education and palliative care. In: Parker, J., ed. Aspects of social work and palliative care. London: Quay Books.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Palliative care social work and dementia. In: Parker, J., ed. Aspects of social work and palliative care. London: Quay Books.
  • Penhale, B. and Parker, J., 2003. The protection of vulnerable adults: the role of social work. In: Horwath, J. and Shardlow, S.M., eds. Making links across specialisms : understanding modern social work practice. Lyme Regis: Russell House, 77-102.
  • Parker, J., 2003. Positive communication with people who have dementia. In: Adams, T. and Manthorpe, J., eds. Dementia Care. London: Arnold, 148-163.
  • Parker, J., 2002. Acadmeic and professional courses: serving two masters? In: Louise, J., ed. Issues in Teaching: Situations, dilemmas, decisions. Hull, England: University of Hull.
  • Penhale, B. and Parker, J., 2000. Men and elder abuse. Men and Violence against Women. Strasbourg, France: Palais de l'Europe.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2000. Labelling theory. In: Davies, M., ed. Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2000. Communication theory. In: Davies, M., ed. Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2000. Role theory. In: Davies, M., ed. Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2000. Personal and social construct theories. In: Davies, M., ed. Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2000. Munchausen's Syndrome by Proxy. In: Davies, M., ed. Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2000. Bullying. In: Davies, M., ed. Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work. Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Parker, J., 2000. Social Work and Migration. In: Zierer, B., ed. Intensive Programme: European Social Work. Vienna, Austria: Fachhochschuule Wien.
  • Parker, J., 2000. Social work and unemployment. In: Zierer, B., ed. Intensive Programme: European Social Work. Vienna, Austria: Fachhochschule Wien.
  • Randall, P. and Parker, J., 2000. Adult bullying: Working with the victims. In: Kemshall, H. and Pritchard, J., eds. Good Practice in Working with Victims of Violence. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 89-100.
  • Parker, J., 1998. The management and prevention of elder abuse. In: Cigno, K. and Bourn, D., eds. Cognitive-behavioural Social Work in Practice. Aldershot, England: Ashgate.
  • Penhale, B. and Parker, J., 1998. Developing volunteer skills in reminiscence work with older people with Alzheimer's disease. In: Bornat, J., Chamberlayne, P. and Chant, L., eds. Reminiscence: Practice, skills and settings. Essex, England: Centre for Biography in Social Policy, University of East London.

Conferences

  • Parker, J., 2016. Wisdom and skills in social work education: Promoting critical relational social work through innovative learning. In: Social Work Education: Innovations and experiences - Preparing social workers of tomorrow: tradition, challenges and new paths 29-30 September 2016 Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuero, Milano.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2016. Ethnographic Research as Social Work Practice: A problematised study of socio-cultural tensions and conflicts experienced by the Orang Asli communities of Tasik Chini, Malaysia. In: JSWEC Global and UK Perspectives on Generic Social Work Education, Research and Practice 13-15 July 2016 Open University, Milton Keynes. 62-63.
  • Parker, J., 2016. Social Work Practice/Field Learning in the UK. In: Practice in the professions week – lectures for faculty 5 May 2016 Málaga, Spain.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2016. Ethnography and social justice among the Indigenous Poeples of Malaysia. In: invited lecture 5 May 2016 Màlaga, Spain.
  • Parker, J., 2016. Civil Society and the Implications for Social Work Education. In: International Social Issues Conference 23 February 2016 Leuven, Belgium.
  • Parker, J., 2015. Diversities, Capabilities & the Fluidity of Evidence: Towards global understandings of social work assessments - a new problematic. In: The 2nd International Social Work Conference 2015: Celebrating Diversity in One World 1-3 December 2015 Penang, Malaysia.
  • Parker, J., 2015. Students and Prevent: Towards new models of citizenship. In: BSA Citizenship Study Group Event: Citizenship and Education 3 November 2015-3 November 2016 Bournemouth.
  • Parker, J., 2015. Using narrative fiction as a means of assessing and learning in a history of social welfare module. In: Social Policy in the Spotlight: Change, continuity and challenge, Social Policy Association Conference 6-8 July 2015 Belfast. Social Policy Association, 112-113.
  • Parker, J., 2015. Smart housing and the question of care/risk management versus respect: towards information and advice and acts of kindness. In: SHUR (Smart Homes & Urban Renewal) special interest conference 24-26 June 2015 Malaga, Spain.
  • Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Reeks, E., Marsh, D. and Vasif, C., 2015. ‘River! that in silence windest’ The place of religion and spirituality in social work assessment: sociological reflections and practical implications. In: 17th SocNet 98 International University Week:
Methods and Methodology of Social Work – Reflecting Professional Interventions, 20-24 April 2015 Bremen, Germany.
  • Parker, J., 2015. Civil society/ ‘Big Society’ and the implications for social work education In England: A Caveat Emptor for other nations. In: International Social Issues Conference 25 February 2015 Leuven, Belgium.
  • Parker, J., 2014. Communicating thought leadership – (or making known what you think, believe and why it’s important). In: Making Your Voice Heard 10 September 2014 Bournemouth, UK.
  • Parker, J., 2014. Disrupted and failed placements. In: Suffolk Practice Educators Conference 6 June 2014 University Campus Suffolk.
  • Parker, J., 2014. The trouble with practice learning…,. In: Suffolk Practice Educators Conference 6 June 2014 University Campus Suffolk.
  • Parker, J., 2014. Asset mapping and Participatory Rural Appraisal. In: UKM invited seminar 25 February 2014 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2014. Modern day ethnographies of the Orang Asli of Tasik Chini. In: Resource sharing on Tasik Chini 6 March 2014 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
  • Parker, J., 2014. From Pandan to Panadol: Towards an ethnography and narrative study of modern day disadvantage amongst the Orang Asli communities of Tasik Chini. In: World Social Work Day 18th March 2014 18 March 2014 University of Hong Kong.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2014. Social and Economic Crises – Social Work Solutions,. In: World Social Work Day 18th March 2014 24 March 2014 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2014. Social Work & Human Rights. In: Malaysian Association of Social Workers/Proham 28 March 2014 Kuala Lumpur Methodist College, Malaysia.
  • Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Azman, A., 2014. What Western students can learn from Asian placements: A case study and theorisation. In: Ellta 17-19 November 2014 Penang, Malaysia.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2014. Terrorism and social work: perceptions of what social workers need to know. In: Social Work Congress 9-12 July 2014 Melbourne.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2013. Islamophobia and the Manichean constructions of the ‘Other’: a contemporary European problematic. In: Diversity and the processes of marginalization and otherness: giving voices to hidden themes.) SOCNET International Social Work Week 15-19 April 2013 Bournemouth University.
  • Parker, J., 2013. ‘Wrongful’ discrimination & social work practice. In: (Diversity and the processes of marginalization and otherness: giving voices to hidden themes.) SOCNET International Social Work Week 15-19 April 2013 Bournemouth University.
  • Parker, J., 2012. Active relationships as partnerships in social work: a case study in social work education. In: International Social Work Conference, Crafting Symbiotic Partnership and Collaboration in the Asia-Pacific Region 28-30 November 2012 Penang, Malaysia.
  • Parker, J., 2012. Social Work in the UK. In: 15th Symposium Trabajo Sociale 4-6 October 2012 Pamplona, Spain.
  • Parker, J., 2012. Men & Mascultinities in Social Work. In: 15th Symposium Trabajo Sociale 4-6 October 2012 Pamplona, Spain.
  • Parker, J., 2012. ‘Troubling’ the concept of practice education: Review, the pursuit of legitimacy & challenge. In: FASU Conference - Munro and its implications 10 July 2012 University of Hull, Hull.
  • Parker, J., 2012. Troubling the concept of practice learning: Challenges and ethical dilemmas in social work. In: North Central London Practice Educators Day 27 June 2012 Tavistock, London.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2012. Problematising international placements as a site of intercultural learning. In: Social work research in local, national and international contexts: the challenges of comparison and generalisation 22-24 March 2012 Basel, Switzerland. Basel: University of Applied Sciences and Arts, NorthWest Switzerland, 98-99.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2012. Religion, Islam and active ageing. In: FEST Erasmus International Week 'Challenges for Seniors on Active Ageing' 23-29 April 2012 University of Malaga, Spain.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2012. Problematising active ageing: a theoretical excursus into the sociology of ageing for social work practice in Europe and South East Asia. In: FEST Erasmus International Week 'Challenges for Seniors on Active Ageing' 23-29 April 2012 University of Malaga, Spain.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2012. Problematising international placements as a site of intercultural learning. In: European Social Work Research Conference 22-24 March 2012 Basel Switzerland.
  • Parker, J., 2011. Researching practice learning: challenges and ethical dilemmas. In: Research mindedness in social work:what's that about? 4 November 2011 Kingston University, Surrey, England.
  • Parker, J., 2011. The problem with practice learning:changes, challenges and commitment. In: Annual Social Work Lecture 15 September 2011 University of Nottingham.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2011. What's it got to do with me? Internationalisation of the social work curriculum for global citizenship. In: International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development & Global Citizenship, 4th 8-9 September 2011 Bournemouth University, Poole, England.
  • Parker, J., 2011. Research ethics and the importance of voice. In: Eighth Annual Symposium: The Heart of Excellence: Professionalism and Collaboration 6 September 2011 Bournemouth University.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2011. Fish need Bicycles: The experiences of male social work students. In: Ethnicity, Gender, Class: Diversity and Social Work in 21st Century Europe, 13th International University Week 4-8 April 2011 Waterford, Ireland.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2011. Fish need Bicycles: Gender relations and male social work students. In: 9th International Practice Teaching Conference 11-13 April 2011 Bournemouth University, England.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2011. West meets East: Learning and transition in social work placement education. In: Internationalisation of Pedagogy and Curriculum in Higher Education: Exploring new frontiers 16-17 June 2011 University of Warwick, Warwick, England. York: Higher Education Academy /UK Council for International Student Affairs, 37-38.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Dickensian approaches to practice learning. In: Greater Lancashire and Cumbria Practice Educator Conference 19 May 2010 Lancaster, England.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Hard Times, Great Expectations? Dickensian approach to practice learning. In: 8th International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education in Health and Social Work 12-14 April 2010 Bournemouth University, England.
  • Parker, J., 2010. Opening speech. In: 8th International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education in Health and Social Work 12-14 April 2010 Bournemouth University, England.
  • Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2010. International social work practice education in the context of post-colonial social welfare settings in Malaysia. In: 8th International Teaching Practice Conference: Sustaining practice learning in a turbulent place 12-14 April 2008 Bournemouth, England.
  • Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2010. International social work practice education in the context of post-colonial social welfare settings in Malaysia. In: 9th International Teaching Practice Conference 12-14 April 2010 Bournemouth University, England.
  • Quinney, A., Banks, S., Doel, M., Blyth, E., Parker, J., Taylor, I. and Lefevre, M., 2009. Write on! Meet the Editors. In: 11th Joint Social work Education Conference and 3rd Social Work Research Conference: Changing identities 8-10 July 2009 University of Hertfordshire, England. SWAP: Conference website.
  • Quinney, A. and Parker, J., 2009. Evaluating learning about research methods using self-efficacy ratings. In: Evaluating the Outcomes of Social Work Education: Symposium 15 May 2009 London.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Practice Education Today. In: North Tyneside Practice Educators’ Day 7 May 2009 North Shields.
  • Quinney, A., Parker, J., Lyons, K., Braye, S. and Johnston, I., 2009. Social work journals: exploring different legacies and common challenges. In: ENSACT Joint European Social Work Conference 26-29 April 2009 Dubrovnik, Croatia. conference website.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Assessing in changing contexts. In: Cumbria Practice Educators' Day 6 March 2009 Rheged, Cumbria.
  • Calvin Thomas, G., Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2009. The sustainability of UK post-colonial social work practice opportunities in Malaysia. In: Education for Sustainable Development: Graduates as Global Citizens, 2nd International Conference 10-11 September 2007 Bournemouth University, England.
  • Parker, J., 2009. Great Expectations or Hard Times: Social work practice education and the contemporary UK context. In: Essentials of Practice Teaching: Confirming our strengths 9 November 2009 Nottingham Gateway Hotel, Nottingham, England.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B. and Stanley, D., 2009. Research Ethics Review and the Mental Capacity Act 2005: Safeguarding people or stifling research? In: 11th Joint Social work Education Conference and 3rd Social Work Research Conference: Changing identities 8-10 July 2009 University of Hertfordshire, England.
  • Quinney, A. and Parker, J., 2009. Developing research minded practice: challenges and solutions. In: ENSACT Joint European Social Work Conference 26-29 April 2009 Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Case studies from failing students. In: International Association of Schools of Social Work, 34th Conference 19-24 July 2008 Durban, South Africa. Durban, South Africa: International Association of Schools of Social Work, 185.
  • Parker, J., 2008. Disrupted placements: learning from failure. In: European Symposium of Social Work Hyvinkaa, Finland.
  • Parker, J., Stanley, D. and Penhale, B., 2008. Research ethics committees and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. In: International Association of Schools of Social Work, 34th Biannual Congress: Transcending Global-Local Divides: Challenges for Social Work Education and Practice 20-24 July 2008 Durban, South Africa. Durban, South Africa: International Association of Schools of Social Work, 258.
  • Parker, J. and Quinney, A., 2008. Self Efficacy in Research Skills; Becoming Research Minded. In: 10th UK Joint Social Work Education Conference and 2nd Social Work Research Conference: Social Work: People, Place and Politics 9-11 July 2008 Homerton College, Cambridge.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Practice mided research and research-minded practice. In: SPRING conference 7 December 2007 Southampton Solent University.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Does ‘shadowing’ help prepare students for practice learning? In: International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education in Health and Social Work, 6th 9-11 July 2007 York, College Ripon St John.
  • Parker, J., 2007. A self-efficacy model for assessing and facilitating learning in practice. In: Northumbria and North Tyneside Practice Teacher Conference 26 June 2007 University of Northumbria.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Why a Stakeholder in Social Work Education? In: University of Northumbria Stakeholder Conference 26 June 2007 University of Northumbria.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Practice Learning. What’s in it for you? In: West Yorkshire Learning Resource Network Event 16 May 2007 Leeds, West Yorkshire.
  • Keen, S., Howe, K., Gray, I., Parker, J. and Immins, T., 2007. Tracking the learning and development needs of newly qualified social workers. In: 9th Joint Social Work Education Conference 11-13 July 2007 University of Wales, Swansea.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Linking Practice Learning with the Recruitment and Retention of Staff. In: European Association of Schools of Social Work Conference 14-17 March 2007 Parma, Italy.
  • Parker, J., 2007. Assessment and support of practice learning. In: Európai Szociális Munka Szimpózium, XII. 7 May 2007 Gyor, Hungary.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Crossing the boundaries between practice and learning: ‘I remember that…’ Reminiscence groups with people with dementia: a valuable site for practice learning. In: 12th European Groupwork Symposium 13-14 July 2006 St John College, York, England.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Peer review of social work students and guided self assessments. In: Fifth International Conference on Practice Teaching 12 July 2006 St John College, York, England.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Research competence and academic/practice transferability: Implications for the future workforce. In: 11th European Social Work Symposium 12-13 June 2006 Bournemouth University, England.
  • Parker, J., 2006. Practice learning. Why bother? In: South West Practice Learning Forum 8 June 2006 Exeter, England.
  • Parker, J., 2005. The link between practice learning and recruitment and retention. In: Practice Learning Taskforce 13 December 2005 London, England.
  • Parker, J., 2005. The link between practice learning and recruitment and retention. In: Practice Learning Taskforce 8 December 2005 Birmingham, England.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Should you encourage students to assess themselves in practice learning? In: Learning Resource Network, Lancashire County Council/UCLAN Good Practice Day 1 December 2005 Preston, Lancashire, England.
  • Parker, J., 2005. The link between practice learning, recruitment and retention. In: Practice Learning Taskforce 29 November 2005 Leeds, England.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Opening address. In: Interprofessional Dementia Care Conference 11 November 2005 University of Hull, Kingston upon Hull, England.
  • Parker, J., 2005. Self-efficacy and effectiveness in social work practice learning. In: European Association of Schools of Social Work Conference 23-25 May 2005 Lefkosia, Cyprus.
  • Parker, J., 2004. Is Practice Learning Necessary? In: International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education 8 April 2004 St John College, York, England.
  • Parker, J., Hillison, K. and Wilson, L., 2004. The Social Work in Schools Project. In: Practice Learning Taskforce Conference 25 March 2004 London, England.
  • Parker, J., 2004. The Interprofessional Agenda: the social work perspective. In: Association of Teachers in Social Work Education study day February 2004 Birmingham, England.
  • Parker, J., 2004. Effective Practice Learning. In: Reclaiming Civil Society, International Association of Schools of Social Work Conference 2-5 October 2004 Adelaide, Australia.
  • Parker, J. and Hillison, K., 2003. SWiSP: The social workers in schools project. In: Learning and Teaching Fair March 2003 University of Hull, Kingston upon Hull, England.
  • Parker, J., 2003. Developing the University Practice Learning Unit. In: International Conference on Practice Teaching and Field Education April 2003 London, England.
  • Parker, J., 2003. What is psychosocial care? In: Dove House Hospice Conference on Palliative Care May 2003 Hull, England.
  • Parker, J., Hillison, K. and Wilson, L., 2003. The Social Work Students in Schools Project. In: UK Joint Social Work Education Conference 21-22 July 2003 University of Warwick.
  • Parker, J., 2003. Challenging behaviour and its impact on families. In: National Autistic Society Conference, October 2003 Brantingham, East Yorkshire.
  • Parker, J., 2002. The new social work curriculum. In: Hull Colleges Conference May 2002 Hull College of Further Education & Higher Education, Kingston upon Hull, England.
  • Parker, J. and Merrylees, S., 2001. Why become a professional? Experiences of care-giving and the decision to enter professional training. In: Celebrating Learning Disability 10 May 2001 Institute for Learning Disabilities, University of Hull, Kingston upon Hull, England.
  • Parker, J., 2001. Continuing constructions of the self: biographical approaches in dementia care. In: Gutman, G.M., Wister, A. and Samaroo, N., eds. International Congress of Gerontology July 2001 Vancouver, Canada. Basel, Switzerland: Karger.
  • Parker, J., 2001. Constructing dementia and dementia care in daily practices. In: Gutman, G.M., Wister, A.V. and Samaroo, N., eds. International Association of Gerontology: 17th World Congress July 2001 Vancouver, Canada. Basel: Karger.
  • Parker, J. and Penhale, B., 1999. Past experiences, present identities, future challenges. Reminiscence of older people in Europe. In: IVth European Congress of Gerontology 7-11 July 1999 Berlin, Germany.
  • Parker, J. and Brown, E., 1999. Evaluating dementia care: student involvement. In: British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference September 1999 Bournemouth, England.
  • Penhale, B. and Parker, J., 1999. Elder abuse and older men: towards an understanding. In: Men and Violence Against Women Seminar 7-8 October 1999 Palias d'Europe, Strassbourg, France. Strassbourg: Council of Europe, 103-116.
  • Parker, J., 1998. The EQUAL Project: Enhancing the Quality of Life of Older People with Alzheimer’s Disease. In: Dementia Care Conference September 1998 Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • Penhale, B. and Parker, J., 1998. Training volunteers to run reminiscence projects. In: Open University Reminiscence Seminar June 1998 London, England.
  • Penhale, B., Parker, J. and Bradley, G., 1998. The EQUAL Project: Enhancing the Quality of Life of Older People with Alzheimer’s Disease. In: Living Arrangements and Family Relationships in the Aging Society, 1998 European Behavioural and Social Science Research Section Symposium June 1998 Helsinki, Finland.
  • Penhale, B., Parker, J. and Bradley, G., 1998. The EQUAL Project: Enhancing the Quality of Life of Older People with Alzheimer’s Disease. In: British Society of Gerontology conference September 1998 Sheffield, England.
  • Bradley, G., Penhale, B., Parker, J. and Manthorpe, J., 1998. The EQUAL Project. In: International Federation of Social Workers Conference July 1998 Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Parker, J., Penhale, B., Bradley, G. and Manthorpe, J., 1998. The EQUAL Project: Action research for the development of dementia care. In: Association of Teachers in Social Work Education conference July 1998 Edgbaston, Birmingham, England.
  • Parker, J. and Allcott, T., 1997. Beyond the Divide: integrating practice and theory. In: Association of Teachers in Social Work Education, Annual Conference July 1997 St Anne's College, Oxford, England.
  • Parker, J., 1995. Approved Social Work, Crisis Intervention and People with Dementia. In: British Association of Social Workers Annual Conference April 1995 Brighton, England.
  • Parker, J., 1994. Evaluation in dementia care. an appraisal of the dementia care mapping method. In: Physiotherapists in Psychiatry, Annual General Meeting April 1994 Prestwich Psychiatric Hospital, Manchester, England.

Reports

PhD Students

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Terrorism, Protection and Society; History of Social Welfare; Ethnographies of Crime and Policing; Seekers, Believers and Iconoclasts; Social Work Methods; Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults; Dissertation

Grants

  • 'Keep the Faith!' The impact of political and religious beliefs on social work students’ learning and practice (IASSW International Association of Schools of Social Work, 01 Oct 2016). Awarded
  • In the Church: An ethnography of place and space in a town centre parish church (Faculty seedcorn monies, 15 May 2015). Awarded
  • Educational aspiration and HE choice among 16-18 year old students in the Bournemouth-Poole conurbation (Centre for Excellence in Learning, 10 Apr 2015). Awarded
  • Swimming Upstream: Identifying Student Anxieties and Solutions (Faculty QR monies, 10 Apr 2015). Awarded
  • ENABLE: Tasik Chini Research, Malaysia (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 14 Jan 2014). Awarded
  • The heart of the work (Bournemouth and Poole Safeguarding Children Boards, 01 Dec 2012). Awarded
  • Male students in social work education (Higher Education Academy (HEA), 01 Nov 2012). Awarded
  • Ignite: Evaluation of a social project (British Churches Housing Association (BCHA), 01 Aug 2012). Awarded
  • WAVE: Working with adults who are vulnerable – a comparison of curricula, policies and constructions (International Association of Schools of Social Work, 01 Sep 2010). Awarded
  • British Council student exchange research (British Council, 05 May 2009). Awarded
  • Tracking the Needs of Newly Qualified Social Workers (Skills for Care, 01 Aug 2008). Awarded
  • The impact of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 on university research ethics committees (Department of Health/SCIE, 01 Jun 2008). Awarded

Qualifications

  • CQSW in CQSW (CCETSW, 1989)
  • PhD in PhD (University of Hull, 2010)
  • MA in MA (University of Hull, 1989)
  • BA (Hons) in BA (Hons) (University of Hull, 1981)

Honours

  • Elected as an Academician of Social Sciences, the learned society for promoting social science (AcSS) (Academy of Social Sciences, 2008)

Memberships

  • Academy of Social Sciences (AcSS), Academician,
  • Higher Education Academy (FHEA), Fellow,
  • Royal Anthropological Institute, Fellow (2015-),
  • Royal Society of Arts and Mercantile (FRSA), Fellow,
The data on this page was last updated at 04:08 on October 22, 2017.