Dr Sally Holland
Child and Family Assessment in Social Work Practice, second edition (2011, Sage).
Refereed Journal Articles
Holland, S., Forrester, D., Williams, A. and Copello, A. (2013) ‘Parental accounts of the impact of their substance misuse on parenting and family relationships’, British Journal of Social Work. Free access doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcs197.
Holland, S, Williams, A. and Forrester, D. (2013) Navigating ethical moments when researching substance misuse with parents and their children Qualitative Research. first published online January 24, 2013 as doi: 10.1177/1468794112473495.
Holland, S. and Crowley, A. (2013) ‘Looked after children and their birth families: using sociology to explore changing relationships, hidden histories and nomadic childhoods’. Child and Family Social Work, 18 (1) 57-66.
Holland, S. (2012) Trust in the community: understanding the relationship between formal, semi-formal and informal child safeguarding in a local neighbourhood. British Journal of Social Work. Advanced access
Maxwell, N., Scourfield, J., Featherstone, B., Holland, S. and Lee, J. (2012) The benefits and challenges of training child protection social workers in father engagement. Child Abuse Review. 21 (4) 299-310. DOI: 10.1002/car.2218
Maxwell, N., Scourfield, J., Featherstone, B., Holland, S. and Tolman, R. (2012) Engaging fathers in child welfare services: A narrative review of recent research evidence. Child and Family Social Work. 17(2)160-169.
Scourfield, J., Tolman, R., Maxwell, N., Sloan, L., Bullock, A. and Holland, S. (2012) ‘Results of a training course for social workers on engaging fathers in child protection’, Children and Youth Services Review. 34 (8) 1425-1432.
Evans, R. and Holland, S. (2012) ‘Community parenting and the informal safeguarding of children at neighbourhood level’, Families, Relationships and Society, 1 (2) 173-190.DOI: 10.1332/204674312X645501
Baynes, P. and Holland, S. (2012) ‘Social work with violent men: a child protection field study in an English local authority’, Child Abuse Review, 21 (1) 53-65. DOI: 10.1002/car.1159
Rees, A., Holland, S. and Pithouse, A. (2012) ‘Food in Foster Families: care, communication and conflict’, Children and Society, 26 (2) 100-111.. DOI: 10.1111/j.1099-0860.2010.00332.x.
Holland, S., Tannock, S. and Collicott, H. (2011) ‘Everybody’s business? A research review of the informal safeguarding of other people’s children in the UK’ Children and Society, 25 (5) 406-416.
Holland, S., Burgess, S., Grogan-Kaylor, A. and Delva, J. (2011) ‘Understanding neighbourhoods, communities and environments: new approaches for social work research’ British Journal of Social Work. 41 (4) 689-707. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcq123
Thomas, J. and Holland, S. (2010) ‘Representing children's identities in core assessments’, British Journal of Social Work, 40 (8) 2617-2633. DOI: 10.1093/bjsw/bcp154.
Holland, S. (2010) ‘Looked after children and the ethic of care’, British Journal of Social Work, 40 (6) 1664-1680.
Byrne, E., Jerzembek, G., Holland, S. (2010) ‘A pilot study on the impact of a home-based parenting intervention: Parents Plus’, Child Care in Practice. 16 (2) 111-127.
Holland, S., Renold, E., Ross, N.J. and Hillman, A. (2010) Power, agency and participatory agendas: A critical exploration of young people's engagement in participative qualitative research, Childhood, 17 (3) 360-375.
Willis, R. and Holland, S. (2009) ‘Life Story Work: Reflections on the experience by looked after young people’, Adoption and Fostering, 33 (4) 44-52.
Ross, N.J., Renold, E., Holland, S. and Hillman, A. (2009) ‘Moving stories: using mobile methods to explore the everyday lives of young people in public care’, Qualitative Research, 9(5) 605–623.
Holland, S. (2009) ‘Listening to children in care: a review of methodological and theoretical approaches to understanding looked after children’s perspectives’, Children and Society, 23 (3) 226-23.
Drakeford, M., Scourfield, J., Holland, S. and Davies, A. (2009) Welsh children’s views on government and participation. Childhood 16(4) 247-264.
Renold, E., Holland, S., Ross, NJ, Hillman, A. (2008) ‘Becoming participant: problematising ‘informed consent’ in participatory research with young people in care’ Qualitative Social Work. 7 (4) 427-447.
Scourfield, J., Holland S. and Young, C. (2008) ‘Social work in Wales since democratic devolution’ Australian Social Work, 61 (1) 42-56.
Holland, S. and Rivett, M. (2008) ‘Everyone Started Shouting’: making connections between the process of family group conferences and family therapy practice. British Journal of Social Work, 38 (21-38).
Scourfield, J., Dicks, B., Holland, S., Drakeford, M. and Davies, A. (2006) ‘The significance of place in middle childhood: qualitative research from Wales’. British Journal of Sociology, 57 (4) 577-595.
Holland, S. and O’Neill, S. (2006) ‘We had to be there to make sure it was what we wanted’: enabling children’s participation in family decision-making through the Family Group Conference’, Childhood, 13 (1) 91-111.
Holland, S., Scourfield, J., O'Neill, S. and Pithouse, A. (2005) 'Democratising the family and the state? The case of family group conferences in child welfare', Journal of Social Policy, 34 (1) 59-77.
Holland, S., Faulkner, A. and Perez-del-Aguila, R. (2005) Promoting stability and continuity of care for looked after children: a survey and critical review, Child and Family Social Work, 10 (1) 29-41.
Holland, S. and Scourfield, J. (2004) ‘Liberty and respect in child protection’, British Journal of Social Work, 34, 17-32.
Scourfield, J, Davies, A. and Holland, S. (2004) 'Wales and Welshness in middle childhood', Contemporary Wales, 16, 83-100.
Pithouse, A., Holland, S., Davey, D. (2001) ‘Assessment in a specialist referred family centre: outcomes for children’, Children and Society, 15, 302-314.
Holland, S. (2001) ‘Representing children in child protection assessments’, Childhood, 8 (3) 322-339.
Holland, S. (2000) ‘The assessment relationship: interactions between social workers and parents in child protection assessments’ British Journal of Social Work, 30, 2, pp.149-164.
Holland, S. and Scourfield, J. (2000) ‘Managing marginalised masculinities: men and probation’ Journal of Gender Studies, 9, 2, pp. 199-211.
Holland, S. (1999) ‘Discourses of decision-making in child protection: conducting comprehensive assessments in Britain’, International Journal of Social Welfare, 8, pp276-286.
Pithouse, A. and Holland, S. (1999) ‘Family support and the early years centre: a case study of parent views’ Child Care in Practice, 5, 2, pp140-150.
Pithouse, A. and Holland, S. (1999) ‘Open access family centres and their users: positive results, some doubts and new departures’ Children and Society, 13, 167-178.
Book Chapters and Contributions to Edited Books
Holland, S. and Love, C. (2012) in Davies, M. (ed.) Social Work with Children and Families, Basingstoke: Palgrave, ‘Adoption and fostering in practice’, pp. 230-242.
Ross, N.J., Renold, E., Holland, S. and Hillman, A. (2012) ‘Meaningful meanderings: using mobile methods to research young people’s everyday lives’, in Heath, S. and Walker, C. (eds.) Innovations in Youth Research, Basingstoke: Palgrave. pp. 37-57.
Holland, S. (2009) ‘Engaging Children and Families in the Assessment Process’ in Horwath, J. The Child’s World: Assessing Children in Need, (2nd edition) London: Jessica Kingsley.
Holland, S., Renold, E., Ross, N. and Hillman, A. (2008) ‘The everyday lives of children in care: using a sociological perspective to inform social work practice’ in Direct Work: Social Work With Children And Young People, Edited by Barry Luckock and Michelle Lefevre, BAAF, pp. 77-94.
Scourfield, J. and Holland, S. (1999) ‘Masculinity discourse in work with offenders’ in Jokinen, A., Juhila, K. and Pöso, T. (Eds.) Constructing Social Work Practices, Aldershot, Avebury, co-author J. Scourfield.
Holland, S. and Scourfield, J. ‘Ei gwrol ryfelwyr. Reflections on body, gender, class and nation in Welsh rugby’ (1998) in J. Richardson and A. Shaw (Eds.) The Body and Qualitative Research, Aldershot, Avebury, co-author J. Scourfield.