• Irons, J.Y. & Hancox, G. (2021) “Singing”: Arts for Health series (editor Prof Paul Crawford). Emerald Publishing

  • Mohun Himmelweit, S. & Lee, S-H. (2021) 'Work-family policy expansion and the ideas of social investment: the case of Germany, England, South Korea and Japan', in Choi, Y-J. (eds) Welfare Reform and Social Investment Policy in Europe and East Asia: International Lessons and Policy Implications. Policy Press: Great Britain.

  • Lee, S-H. (2018) Family Allowances in the UK. In: Korean Institute for Health and Social Affairs., ed. Social Security Systems in the UK, KIHSA & Nanam, Sejong: South Korea (In Korean)

Journal Articles

  • Farrall, S., Gray, E. and Jones, P. M. (forthcoming) Life-Courses, Social Change and Politics: Evidence for the Role of Politically-Motivated Structural-level Influences on Individual Criminal Careers. Criminology and Criminal Justice.

  • Farrall, S. and Shapland, J. (forthcoming) Do the Reasons Why People Stop Offending Vary by Age, Length of Offending Career or Lifestyle Factors Howard Journal of Crime and Justice.

  • Barry, M., Farrall, S. and France, A. (2022) Desistance and the State: Revisiting the Individualisation Thesis in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Kriminologisches Journal, 181-198, 3/2022, Special Issue on Desistance-research, critical criminology and practical work in rehabilitation of convicted persons.

  • Gray, E., Farrall, S. and Jones, P. M. (2022) The long arm of welfare retrenchment: how New Right socio-economic policies in the 1980s affected contact with the criminal justice system in adulthood, British Journal of Criminology, 62(5):1175-1195, Special Issue on Crime, Politics and Insecurity.

  • Mainka, S & Irons, J.Y. (2022) Therapeutic Singing for people with Parkinson’s Musiktherapeutische Umschau (German Journal of Music Therapy) Collard-Stokes, G., Irons, J.Y. (2022). Artist wellbeing: exploring the experiences of dance artists delivering community health and wellbeing initiatives. Research in Dance Education

  • Grebosz-Haring, K., Thun-Hohenstein, L, Schuchter-Wiegand, A. K., Irons, J.Y., Bathke, A., Phillips, K., & Clift, S. (2022). The Need for Robust Critique of Arts and Health Research: Young People, Art Therapy and Mental Health. Frontiers Psychology.

  • Lee, S-H. (2021). ‘Why the initiative of free childcare failed to be an effective policy implementation of universal childcare in South Korea’, Journal of Asian Public Policy.

  • Lee, S-H. (2019). 'Beyond the Policy Rhetoric: The Limitations of Gender Mainstreaming in South Korea relating to Women and Childcare', Social Policy and Society.

  • Lee, S-H. (2017). 'The socialization of childcare and a missed opportunity through path dependence: the case of South Korea', Social Politics, 24(2), pp.132-153.

  • Lee, S-H. (2016). 'Has childcare become less of a burden in South Korea? Exploring the nature of pre- and post-reform childcare provision’, Asian Journal of Women’s Studies, 22(4), pp.414-442.

  • Mohun Himmelweit, S. & Lee, S-H. (2022) Ideas, Coalition Magnets and Policy Change: Comparing Variation in Early Childhood Education and Care Policy Expansion in Early Childhood Education and Care policy Expansion across Four Latecomer Countries, Government & Opposition, First View, pp. 1-20.

  • Nunn, A., & Tepe, D. (2022). Disciplinary Neo-liberalisation and the New Politics of Inequality. British Journal of Criminology.

  • Farrall, S. (2021) Politics, Research Design, and the ‘Architecture’ of Criminal Careers Studies, British Journal of Criminology, 61(6):1575-1591.

  • Farrall, S. (2021) The Long-term Impacts of Probation Supervision, Japanese Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, no. 18; 19-54 (in Japanese).

  • Patton, D. and Farrall, S. (2021) Desistance: A Utopian Perspective, Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, 60(2):209-231.

  • Villeneuve, M-P, F.-Dufour, I., and Farrall, S. (2021) Assisted Desistance in Formal Settings: A Scoping Review, Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, 60(1):75-100

  • Sheffield D & Irons J.Y. (2021) Songs for health education and promotion: a systematic review with recommendations. Public Health. 198:280-289.

  • Takeuchi, H., Lee. S-H., & Ivarsson, A. (2022) 'Towards optimising children's capability and tackling relative child poverty in high-income countries: the case of Japan, Sweden and the UK since 2000', Global Health Action. 15:1, 2084230.

  • Boonjindasup, W., Chang, A.B., Marchant, J.M., Irons, J.Y. & McElrea, M.S. (2021). How many maneuvers should we do for maximal inspiratory and expiratory muscle pressure testing in children: A retrospective review in children with cystic fibrosis. Lung.

  • Shields, S. and Nunn, A. (2022), The Intellectual and Institutional Challenges for International Political Economy in the UK: Findings from Practitioner Survey Data, Review of International Studies.

  • Farrall, S., Gray, E., Nunn, A., & Tepe-Belfrage, D. (2022). Global pressures, household social reproduction strategies and compound inequality. New Political Economy, 27(4), 713–729.

  • Cowling, M. and Nunn, A (2020), “Depletion and Subjective Well-Being: Lessons from the UK Coronavirus Lockdown”, Global Policy, September.