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Dr Gerry Mooney

Dr Gerry Mooney

About me

Gerry Mooney is Social Sciences Staff Tutor and Senior Lecturer in Social Policy and Criminology, School of History, Religious Studies, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University in Scotland.


Dr Gerry Mooney's research

Kirsteen Paton, Kirsteen Paton and Gerry Mooney (2017) Place revisited: Class, stigma, urban restructuring in the case of Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games, In Sociological Review Monograph

John H. McKendrick et al. (2016-10) Conceptualising Austerity in Scotland as a Risk Shift: Ideas and Implications, In Scottish Affairs 4(25)

Gerry Mooney et al. (editors) (2016-03-23) Poverty in Scotland 2016: Tools for Transformation, Child Poverty Action Group

Gerry Mooney and Gill Scott (2016) Welfare, equality and social justice: Scottish independence and the dominant imaginings of the 'New' Scotland, In Ethics and Social Welfare 3(10)

Hazel Croall, Gerry Mooney and Mary Munro (editors) (2015-09-10) Crime, Justice and Society in Scotland, Routledge

Gerry Mooney and Gill Scott (2015-02-19) Scotland - new directions in welfare? 39, Peter Lang

Gerry Mooney and Gill Scott (2015-02-09) The 2014 Scottish independence debate: questions of social welfare and social justice, In Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 1(23)

Gerry Mooney et al. (2014) Scottish criminal justice: Devolution, divergence and distinctiveness, In Criminology and Criminal Justice 2(15)

Gerry Mooney, Vikki McCall and Kirsteen Paton (2015) Exploring the use of large sporting events in the postcrash, post-welfare city: A ‘legacy’ of increasing insecurity?, In Local Economy 8(30)

Gerry Mooney et al. (2014-10) The potential of online academic communities for teaching staff: findings from a pilot study of the SocialLearn platform, In International Journal of Web Based Communities 4(10)

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