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Ferguson, H. (2003) In defense (and celebration) of individualization and life politics for social work. The British Journal of Social Work, 33 (5). pp. 699-707. ISSN 0045-3102

Ferguson, H. (2003) Welfare, social exclusion and reflexivity: the case of child and woman protection. Journal of Social Policy, 32 (2). pp. 199-216. ISSN 0047-2794

et, a., Hearn, J. and Ferguson, H. (2002) Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (3) The State of Law and Policy. Men and Masculinities, 5 (2).

et, a., Hearn, J. and Ferguson, H. (2002) Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (2) The State of Statistical Information. Men and Masculinities, 5 (1). pp. 5-31.

Hearn, J., Pringle, K., Müller, U., Oleksy, E., Lattu, E., Chernova, J., Ferguson, H., Gullvåg Holter, Øystein, Kolga, V., Novikova, I., Ventimiglia, C., Olsvik, E. and Tallberg, T. (2002) Critical studies on men in ten European countries: (1) The state of academic research. Men and Masculinities, 4 (4). pp. 380-408. ISSN 1097-184X

Ferguson, H. (2001) The European Research Network on men in Europe: The social problem of men. Journal of European Social Policy , 11 (2). pp. 171-173. ISSN 0958-9287

Ferguson, H. (2001) Social work, individualization and life politics. British Journal of Social Work, 31 (1). pp. 41-55. ISSN 00453102

Ferguson, H. (2001) Promoting child protection, welfare and healing: The case for developing best practice. Child and Family Social Work, 6 (1). pp. 1-12. ISSN 1365-2206

Ferguson, H. (2001) Social work, individualisation, life politics. British Journal of Social Work, 31 (1). pp. 41-55. ISSN 0045-3102

Ferguson, H. (2000) States of fear, child abuse and Irish society. Doctrine and Life, 50 (1).

Ferguson, H. (1998) Working with men and masculinities. Journal of the Family Therapy Association of Ireland, 8.

Ferguson, H. (1997) Protecting children in new times: Child protection and the risk society. Child and Family Social Work, 2 (4). pp. 221-234. ISSN 1365-2206

Arthurs, H. and Ferguson, H. (1996) Men and sexual politics. Doctrine and Life. ISSN 0012-446X

Ferguson, H. (1996) Protecting Irish children: Investigation, protection and welfare. Administration. ISSN 0001-8325

Ferguson, H. (1996) The protection of children in time: Child protection and the lives and deaths of children in child abuse cases in socio-historical perspective. Child and Family Social Work, 1 (4). pp. 205-217. ISSN 1356-7500

Grace, E., Arthurs, H. and Ferguson, H. (1995) Celibacy, secrecy and the lives of men. Doctrine and Life.

Ferguson, H. (1995) Sitting on a time-bomb: Child protection, inquiries and the risk society. Irish Social Worker.

Ferguson, H. (1995) The paedophile priest: A deconstruction. Studies.

Synott, P. and Ferguson, H. (1995) Intervention into domestic violence in Ireland: Developing policy and practice with men who batter. Administration.

Ferguson, H. (1994) The Authority of the Family: A Critique. Doctrine and Life (10).

Ferguson, H. (1994) Child Abuse Inquiries and the Report of the Kilkenny Incest Investigation: A Critical Analysis. Administration.

Ferguson, H. (1994) Managing to practice child protection: Key elements of a child-centred approach. Irish Social Worker.

Ferguson, H. (1993) The Manifest and Latent Implications of the Report of the Kilkenny Incest Investigation for Social Work. Irish Social Worker.

Ferguson, H. (1991) The power to protect abused children: Reflections on child protection and the Cleveland affair. Irish Social Worker.

Book Section

Loades, E. and Senior, B. (2008) Best practice in social work: Critical perspectives. In: Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H., eds. (2008) Best practice in social work: Critical perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781403985019

Jones, K. and Spreadbury, K. (2008) Best practice in adult protection: Safety, choice and inclusion. In: Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H., eds. (2008) Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 181-197. ISBN -13: 9781-4039-8501

Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H. (2008) Introducing Critical Best Practice in Social Work. In: Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H., eds. (2008) Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 1-11. ISBN -13: 9781-4039-8501

Thomas, J. and Spreadbury, K. (2008) Making the best use of opportunities for supervision, learning and development to promote critical best practice. In: Ferguson, H., Jones, K. and Cooper, B., eds. (2008) Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 251-265. ISBN 978-1-4039-8501-9

Jones, K., Taylor, P. and Gorman, D. (2008) Partnership working as best practice: Working across boundaries in health and social care. In: Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H., eds. (2008) Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 235-250. ISBN -13: 9781-4039-8501

Jones, K. and Powell, I. (2008) Situating person and place: Best practice in dementia care. In: Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H., eds. (2008) Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 55-70. ISBN -13: 9781-4039-8501

Coles, J. and Connors, P. (2007) Best practice with people with learning difficulties: Being seen and heard. In: Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H., eds. (2007) Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 198-211. ISBN 978-1403985019

Ferguson, H. (2002) Contemporary issues in social work: The British and Western Isles. In: (2002) Contemporary Issues in Social Work: The British and Western Isles. : Jessica Kingsley. ISBN

Ferguson, H. (2002) A mans world? Changing mens practices in a globalized world. In: Pease, B. and Pringle, K., eds. (2002) A Mans World? Changing mens practices in a globalized world. London: Zed Books. ISBN

Ferguson, H. (2001) Child abuse: A global view. In: Schwartz-Kenney, B., ed. (2001) Child abuse: A global view. Westport: Greenwood Press. ISBN 9780313307454

Ferguson, H. (2000) Child abuse in institutional care: Learning from the past and hoping for the future. In: MacAodha, L., ed. (2000) Child Abuse in Institutional Care: Learning from the Past and Hoping for the Future. : National Conference of Priests of Ireland. ISBN

Ferguson, H. (1997) An applied social studies reader. In: McElwee, , ed. (1997) An Applied Social Studies Reader. Waterford: Unknown. ISBN

Ferguson, H. (1996) Social policy: A course reader. In: Ferguson, H., ed. (1996) Social Policy: A Course Reader. Cork: University College Cork. ISBN 9781898721116

Ferguson, H. (1996) This fellow with the fabulous smile: A tribute to Brendan Kennelly. In: Persson, A., ed. (1996) This Fellow with the Fabulous Smile: A Tribute to Brendan Kennelly. Newcastle: Bloodaxe Books. ISBN 9781852243678

Ferguson, H. (1992) Cleveland in history: the abused child and child protection, 1880 - 1914. In: Cooter, R., ed. (1992) In The Name of the Child: Health and Welfare, 1880-1940. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415057431

Ferguson, H. (1990) Dangerousness: A complex practical issue. In: Hearn, J., ed. (1990) Talking Child Abuse Seriously: Contemporary issues in child protection theory and practice. London: Unwin Hyman. ISBN 0044453221

Report or Working Paper

Ferguson, H. and Hogan, F. (2004) Strengthening families through fathers: Developing policy and practice in relation to vulnerable fathers and their families. Project Report. Irish Government: Department of Family and Social Affairs, Dublin.

Lang, J., Hearn, J., Jalmert, L., Kimmel, M., Holter, O. G., Morrell, R. and Ferguson, H. (2004) Ending gender-based violence: A call for global action to involve men. Project Report. Sida, Sweden.

Conference or Workshop Item

Ferguson, H. (2002) Trust, risk and expert systems: The case of child protection. In: CCT Mini-Conference: Trust, Risk and Uncertainty, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, 17th January, 2002.

Ferguson, H. (2000) Learning from the past: Child abuse and institutional care in historical perspective. In: National Conference of Priests of Ireland, Kilkenny, Ireland, April, 2000.

Ferguson, H. (1999) Irish men's lives in sickness and health. In: Mid-Western Health Board and Red Riboon Project Conference on Men's Health, Limerick, Ireland, 10th March, 1999.

Ferguson, H. (1999) The McDonaldization of child welfare? Putting inspection in child care in context. In: Irish Association of Care Workers Annual Conference, Cork, Ireland, 26th February, 1999.

Ferguson, H. (1998) Putting men's lives and (ill-)health in context. In: North-Western Health Board, Mens Health Conference, Bundoran, Ireland, October, 1998.

Ferguson, H. (1998) Risk, self-identity, and the reinvention of politics: The case of child protection and child abuse survivors. In: Sociological Association of Ireland Conference, Wexford, Ireland, May, 1998.

Ferguson, H. (1998) Working with domestic violence: Holding offenders accountable and promoting victim safety. In: Rotunda Hospital Conference, Intervening into Domestic Violence, Rotunda, Ireland, February, 1998.

Ferguson, H. (1998) The experience of doing child protection work. In: Child Care and Juvenile Justice seminar, University of Leeds, UK, 20th January, 1998.

Ferguson, H. (1997) Child welfare and child protection in practice: Are we getting the balance right? In: Midland Health Board and Western Health Board Conference, Mullingar, Ireland, 14th November, 1997.

Ferguson, H. (1997) Helping men to love: Counselling and the transformation of intimacy. In: Marriage and Relationship Counselling Services on Love, Marriage and Divorce: The Male Perspective, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, November, 1997.

Ferguson, H. (1997) The implications of the new Domestic Violence Act for health boards. In: Mid Western Health Board Conference on the Domestic Violence Act, Ennis, Ireland, November, 1997.

Ferguson, H. (1997) Inter-agency work with domestic violence. In: Federation of Refuges Conference on Intervention into Domestic Violence, Ballyconnell, Cavan, Ireland, June, 1997.

Ferguson, H. (1997) Understanding men and masculinities. In: Men and Intimacy Conference, St Patricks College, Carlow, 22nd February, 1997.

Ferguson, H. (1996) The implications of the new domestic violence act for health boards No 2. In: Southern Health Board Conference on the Domestic Violence Act, UCC, Ireland, October, 1996.

Ferguson, H. (1995) Men and child care. In: Barnados Annual Conference, Incorporated Law Society, Dublin, UK, October, 1995.

Ferguson, H. (1994) The Child Care Act and Beyond. In: 6th Joint Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 1 May 1994.

Ferguson, H. (1994) Men and Masculinities: Theory, Politics and Practice. In: Public Lecture given at the Centre for Women's Studies, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 1 May 1994.

Ferguson, H. (1994) Promoting the Welfare of Children in Care and Protecting them from abuse. In: Department of Applied Social Studies, Athlone Regional Technical College, Ireland, 1 April 1994.

Ferguson, H. (1994) Intervention into the Physical and Sexual abuse of Children and Women, a Case of Under-Reaction: The Kilkenny Incest Inquiry in the Republic of Ireland. In: Centre for Child Protection Studies, University of Huddersfield, 1 February 1994.

Ferguson, H. (1993) Issues in Defining Good Child Care Practice. In: Irish Association of Care Workers Annual Conference, Tower Hotel, Waterford, Ireland, 1 February 1993.

Ferguson, H. (1992) Surviving Childhood: An appraisal of the impact of child protection practices as a form of social intervention into the death of children. In: Surviving Childhood Adversity Conference, Trinity College, Dublin, 2 July 1992.

Ferguson, H. (1991) The power to protect abused children: Reflections on child protection and the Cleveland affair. In: Irish Association of Social Workers Annual Conference, Mullingar, Ireland, May 1991.

Ferguson, H. (1991) Cleveland in history: Protecting sexually abused children since 1880. In: Child Sexual Abuse, Past and Present Conference, Stoke on Trent, UK, March, 1991.

Ferguson, H. (1990) One hundred years of cruelty: The abused child in Cleveland, 1880-1920. In: British Institute for Psychohistory Seminar, Cleveland, UK, 10th February, 1990.

Ferguson, H. (1989) The Cleveeland child sex abuse crisis: Historical and cultural reflections. In: Child Care and Development Group Seminiar Series, Cleveland, UK, 25th April, 1989.

Ennew, J. and Ferguson, H. (1989) The context of Cleveland: Global and historical perspectives. In: Post Cleveland Dilemmas, Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic, Newcastle, UK, 7th April, 1989.

Ferguson, H. (1986) The faces change but the bruises don't: Child care and the growth of child abuse as a social problem. In: British Sociological Association Conference, Loughborough University, UK, March 1986.

Book

Jones, K., Cooper, B. and Ferguson, H., eds. (2008) Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave. ISBN -13: 978-1-4039-8501-9

Ferguson, H. (2001) Keeping children safe: Child abuse, child protection and the promotion of welfare. Dublin: A&A Famar. ISBN

Ferguson, H. (1998) Changing fathers? Fatherhood and family life in modern Ireland. Cork: Collins Press. ISBN

Kenny, P. and Ferguson, H. (1995) On behalf of the child: Child welfare, child protection and the child care act 1991. Dublin: A&A Farmar. ISBN

Gilligan, R., Torode, R. and Ferguson, H. (1993) Surviving childhood adversity: issues for policy and practice. Dublin: Social Studies Press. ISBN

Ferguson, H. (1990) Taking child abuse seriously: Contemporary issues in child protection theory and practice. London: Routledge. ISBN

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