Tag Archives: MATCH Mothers

Use the law to address coercive control involving interference in the mother-child relationship

I have had a number of emails in the last week from women whose ex-partners are turning their children against them. These emails are in response to a presentation that I gave at the WMSDAC conference in Birmingham last week … Continue reading

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Picking apart the mother-blaming that takes place with abused mothers

I’ve been working on a theme that is to do with unhelpful/punitive/harmful responses to mothers who have become, or are at risk of becoming, separated from their children in a context of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) (mothers apart for … Continue reading

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MAP Workshop Data Analysis and Initial Thoughts

An analysis of quantitative and qualitative data from the MAP Workshop has now been conducted using selective coding from grounded theory methods. This PhD research project is a multi-phasic study using an Intervention Mapping (IM) Approach, comprising three data sets … Continue reading

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Research governance application

In order to obtain permission to interview social care staff I have been asked to think about some questions posed to me through a research governance application. What is the purpose of your project and why is this important? The … Continue reading

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Interviews

I am conducting interviews as one of several methods of data collection for the Mothers Apart Project. ┬áThis is a community based action research project in which I look to members of the community to inform the planning and development … Continue reading

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Blogging 101: say your name

Today’s blogging 101 task is to change your title and tagline or, if you like it, write about what inspired it. I am in the latter camp as the mothers apart project is the name of a community based action … Continue reading

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