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Selected publications

Books

Chapters in books

  • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2010) ‘Sexually Harmful Adults’ in Graham J. Towl and David A. Crighton (eds) Forensic Psychology. ISBN: 978-1-4051-8618-6. Paperback, 496 pages. Wiley-Blackwell. (Textbook for the BPS Diploma in Forensic Psychology. Oxford. Blackwell.)
  • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Freeman, M. (2006) Law and psychology: Issues for to-day. In B.M. Brooks-Gordon and M. Freeman (eds) Law and psychology: Current legal issues. Oxford University Press.
  • Brooks-Gordon, B.M., Bilby, C. and Kenworthy, T. (2004) Sexual offenders: A systematic review of psychological treatment. In B.M. Brooks-Gordon, L.R. Gelsthorpe, M.H. Johnson and A. Bainham (eds) Sexuality repositioned: Diversity and the law. (pp.395-429). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Bainham, A. and Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2004) Reforming the law on sexual offences. In B.M. Brooks-Gordon, L.R. Gelsthorpe, M.H. Johnson and A. Bainham (eds) Sexuality repositioned: Diversity and the law. (pp.260-296). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2003) Contact in containment. In A. Bainham, B. Lindley, M.P.M. Richards and L. Trinder (eds) Children and their families: Contact, rights and welfare (pp.313-334). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Gelsthorpe, L.R. (2002) The hiring and selling of bodies. In A. Bainham, S. Day Sclater, and M.P.M. Richards (eds) Body Lore and Laws (pp. 193- 210). Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  • 2009
    • Cusick, L., Kinnell, H., Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Campbell, R. (2009) Wild Guesses and Conflated Meanings: Estimating the size of the sex worker population in Britain. Journal of Critical Social Policy, Vol. 29(4), pp.703-719.
    • Aresti, A., Eatough, V. and Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2009) ‘Doing time after time: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of reformed ex-prisoners experiences of self-change, identity and career opportunities’. Psychology Crime and Law.
  • 2008
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2008) State Violence Towards Sex Workers, British Medical Journal, 2008; 337:a:908 DOI:10.1136/bmj.a908
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2008) The Criminal Justice and Immigration Bill 2008 and law reform, Archbold News, Issue 3, pp.4-6, April, 2008.
  • 2006
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Bilby, C. (2006) Psychological interventions for treatment of sexual offenders. British Medical Journal, 333, pp.5-6.
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M., Bilby, C. and Wells, H. (2006) Sexual offenders: A systematic review on psychological interventions. Part I Quantitative Studies. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 17(3), pp.442-466.
    • Bilby, C., Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Wells, H. (2006) Sexual offenders: A systematic review on psychological interventions. Part II Quantitative Studies. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 17(3), pp.467-484.
  • 2005
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2005) Clients and commercial sex: Reflections on paying the price: A consultation paper on prostitution. Criminal Law Review, pp.425-443.
  • 2004
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Bainham, A. (2004) Prisoners’ families and the regulation of contact. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 26(3), pp.263-280.
    • Kenworthy, T., Adams, C., Bilby, C., Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Fenton, M. (2004) Psychological interventions for those who have sexually offended or at risk of offending. (Cochrane Review). The Cochrane Library, Issue 3. John Wiley, Chichester. Oxford: Update Software.
  • 2003
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. and Gelsthorpe, L.R. (2003) Prostitutes’ clients, Ken Livingstone, and a new Trojan horse. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 42(5), pp.437-451.
    • Brooks-Gordon, B.M. (2003) Gendered provisions in the sexual offences Bill 2003: Prostitution. Criminal Justice Matters, Gender and Crime, 53, pp.28-33.

Dr Belinda Brooks-Gordon