Sociology Department Staff
Professor Nicole Westmarland - all publications
Journal Article Bows, H. & Westmarland, N. (2018).
Older sex offenders – managing risk in the community from a policing perspective. Policing and Society 28(1): 62-74.
Wistow, R., Kelly, L. & Westmarland, N. (2017). ‘Time out’ a strategy for reducing men’s violence against women in relationships?. Violence Against Women 23(6): 730-748. Bows, Hannah & Westmarland, Nicole (2017).
Rape of Older People In The United Kingdom: Challenging The ‘Real Rape’ Stereotype. British Journal of Criminology 57(1): 1-17.
McGlynn, Clare, Westmarland, Nicole & Johnson, Kelly (2017). Under the radar: the widespread use of 'Out of Court resolutions' in policing domestic violence and abuse in the United Kingdom. British journal of criminology 58(1): 1-16. Kelly, L. &
Westmarland, N. (2016). Naming and defining ‘Domestic Violence’ lessons from research with violent men. Feminist Review 112(1): 113-127.
Downes, J., Kelly, L. & Westmarland, N. (2014). Ethics in Violence and Abuse Research - a Positive Empowerment Approach. Sociological Research Online 19(1): 1-23.
Westmarland, N. & Alderson, S. (2013). The health, mental health and well-being benefits of Rape Crisis counselling. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(17): 3265-3282.
McGlynn, Clare, Westmarland, Nicole & Godden, Nikki (2012). "I just wanted him to hear me": sexual violence and the possibilities of restorative justice. Journal of Law and Society 39(2): 213-240.
Alderson, S., Westmarland, N. & Kelly, L. (2012). The Need for Accountability to, and Support for, Children of Men on Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes. Child Abuse Review 22(3): 182-193.
Westmarland, Nicole & Kelly, Liz (2012). Why extending measurements of 'success' in domestic violence perpetrator programmes matters for Social Work. British Journal of Social Work
Westmarland, N. & Graham, L. (2010). 'The promotion and resistance of rape myths in an internet discussion forum’. Journal of Social Criminology 1(2): 80-104. Easteal, P. & Westmarland, N. (2010).
A Virtual Sabbatical: A Pioneering Case Study. Innovative Higher Education 35(5): 297-311. Hester, M. &
Westmarland, N. (2006). Domestic Violence Perpetrators. Criminal Justice Matters 66(1): 34-35.
Westmarland, N. & Anderson, J. (2001). Safe at the Wheel? Security issues for female taxi drivers. Security Journal 14(2): 29-40.
Westmarland, N. (2001). The quantitative/qualitative debate and feminist research: a subjective view of objectivity. Forum: Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research 2(1): 13. Authored book Chapter in book Kelly, Liz &
Westmarland, Nicole (2015). New approaches to assessing effectiveness and outcomes of domestic violence perpetrator programmes. In Critical Issues on Violence Against Women. Johnson, H., Fisher, B.S. & Jaquier, V. Routledge. 183-194.
Westmarland, Nicole (2008). Preface. In Rape Crisis: Responding to Sexual Violence. Jones, H. & Cook, K. Dorset: Russell House Publishing.
Westmarland, N. & Gangoli, G. (2006). Approaches to Prostitution. In International Approaches to Prostitution: Law and Policy in Europe and Asia. Westmarland, N. & Gangoli, G. Bristol: Policy Press.
Westmarland, N. (2006). From the Personal to the Political: Shifting Perspectives on Street Prostitution in England and Wales. In International Approaches to Prostitution: Law and Policy in Europe and Asia. Gangoli, G. & Westmarland, N. Bristol: Policy Press. 21-43. Radford, J. & Westmarland, N. (2005). In memoriam: Sue Lees (1941-- 2002), her life, research and influence. In
Researching Gender Violence: Feminist methodology in action. Skinner, T., Hester, M. & Malos, E. Devon: Willan Publishing. Edited book Newspaper/Magazine Article Other (Print)
Westmarland, Nicole, Thorlby, Katie, Wistow, Jane & Gadd, David (2014). Domestic Violence: Evidence Review.
Westmarland, Nicole, Thorlby, Katie, Wistow, Jane & Gadd, David (2014). Domestic Violence: Evidence Review References. Alderson, S., Kelly, L. &
Westmarland, N. (2013). Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes and Children and Young People. Project Mirabal briefing notes (3). Phillips, R., Kelly, L. &
Westmarland, N. (2013). Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes: An Historical Overview. Project Mirabal briefing notes (2).
Westmarland, N., Hardey, M., Bows, H., Branley, D., Chowdhury, M., Wheatley, K. & Wistow, R. (2013). Protecting Women’s Safety? The use of Smartphone ‘apps’ in relation to domestic and sexual violence. Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse, School of Applied Social Sciences Research Briefings (12).
McGlynn, C., Westmarland, N. & Godden, N. (2011). Is Restorative justice possible in cases of sexual violence?. School of Applied Social Sciences, Research Briefings (5); Durham Law School, Research Briefings (1)
Westmarland, N., Kelly, L. & Chalder-Mills, J. (2010). Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes: What Counts as Success?. Project Mirabal briefing notes (1). Report
Bows, H., Jobe, A. & Westmarland, N. (2014). Sexual Violence Preventative Work with Young People. A Feasibility Study. Report for Darlington and Co. Durham Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre. Brown, J., Horvath, M., Kelly, L. &
Westmarland, N. (2010). Connections and disconnections: Assessing evidence, knowledge and practice in responses to rape. London. Brown, J., Horvath, M., Kelly, L. & Westmarland, N. (2010).
Has anything changed? Results of a comprative study (1977-2010) on opinions of rape. London. Hester, M.,
Westmarland, N. , Pearce, J. & Williamson, E. (2008). Early Evaluation of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004. London, Home Office.
Westmarland, N., Hester, M. & Carrozza, A. (2005). Domestic Abuse in Bristol. Findings from a 24-hour snapshot. Bristol, University of Bristol. Hester, M. &
Westmarland, N. (2005). Tackling Domestic Violence: Effective Interventions and Approaches. London, Home Office. Hester, M. &
Westmarland, N. (2004). Tackling Street Prostitution: Towards a Holistic Approach. London, Home Office.