Items where Author is "mothr@hope.ac.uk"

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Moth, Rich (2018) ‘The business end’: Neoliberal policy reforms and biomedical residualism in frontline community mental health practice in England. Competition and Change. ISSN 1024-5294 (Accepted for Publication)

Moth, Rich and McKeown, Mick (2016) Realising Sedgwick’s Vision: Theorising strategies of resistance to neoliberal mental health and welfare policy. Critical and Radical Social Work, 4 (3). pp. 375-390. ISSN 2049-8608 (Accepted for Publication)

Spandler, Helen and Moth, Rich and McKeown, Mick and Greener, Joe (2016) Editorial: Psychopolitics in the twenty first century. Critical and Radical Social Work, 4 (3). pp. 307-12. ISSN 2049-8608 (Accepted for Publication)

House, Richard and Moth, Rich and Porteous, Debbie and Jamieson, Guy (2016) Mental Health Beyond Austerity: A ‘Mental Wealth’ Approach to post-austerity policy-making. Self and Society, 44 (4). pp. 447-459. ISSN 0306-0497 (Accepted for Publication)

Moth, Rich and Greener, Joe and Stoll, Trish (2015) Crisis and resistance in mental health services in England. Critical and Radical Social Work, 3 (1). pp. 89-101. ISSN 2049-8608

Book Section

Moth, Rich (2014) ‘Diagnosis human’: Markets, targets and medicalisation in community mental health services. In: Mental Health. Radical and Critical Debates in Social Work . Policy Press, Bristol, pp. 65-69. ISBN 978-1447316176

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Moth, Rich and Neary, David and Lavalette, Michael (2018) Towards inclusive service delivery through social investment in England. An analysis of five sectors, with a particular focus on mental health. RE-InVEST, HIVA - Research Institute for Work and Society Parkstraat 47 box 5300, 3000 LEUVEN, Belgium, Liverpool: Liverpool Hope University/Leuven: HIVA.. (Unpublished)

Moth, Rich and Lavalette, Michael (2017) Social protection and labour market policies for vulnerable groups from a social investment perspective. The case of welfare recipients with mental health needs in England (RE-InVEST working paper series D5.1). RE-InVEST HIVA - Research Institute for Work and Society Parkstraat 47 box 5300, 3000 LEUVEN, Belgium, Liverpool: Liverpool Hope University/Leuven: HIVA-KU Leuven. (Unpublished)

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