Sonya Stanford
TitleCited byYear
‘Speaking back’to fear: Responding to the moral dilemmas of risk in social work practice
S Stanford
British Journal of Social Work 40 (4), 1065-1080, 2010
1212010
Constructing moral responses to risk: A framework for hopeful social work practice
SN Stanford
British Journal of Social Work 41 (8), 1514-1531, 2011
592011
Taking a stand or playing it safe?: Resisting the moral conservatism of risk in social work practice
S Stanford
European Journal of Social Work 11 (3), 209-220, 2008
432008
Welfare dependence or enforced deprivation? A critical examination of white neoliberal welfare and risk
S Stanford, S Taylor
Australian Social Work 66 (4), 476-494, 2013
402013
Critically Reflecting on being'at Risk'and'a Risk'in Vulnerable People Policing
S Stanford
142012
The operations of risk: The meaning, emotion and morality of risk identities in social work practice
S Stanford
University of Tasmania, 2007
82007
Critical Ethics of Care in Social Work Transforming the Politics and Practices of Caring
B Pease, A Vreugdenhil, S Stanford
72018
Moving beyond neoliberal rationalities of risk in mental health policy and practice
S Stanford, NR Heller, E Sharland, J Warner
Beyond the risk paradigm in mental health policy and practice, 45-58, 2017
7*2017
Beyond the Risk Paradigm in Mental Health Policy and Practice
S Stanford, E Sharland, N Rovinelli Heller, J Warner
Beyond Risk in Mental Health Policy and Practice, 202, 2017
72017
Beyond social media panics for 'at risk' youth in mental health practice
N Hendry, B Robards, S Stanford
Beyond the risk paradigm in mental health policy and practice, 135-154, 2017
52017
Trust and the Dilemmas of Suicide Risk Assessment in Non-government Mental Health Services
G Lemon, S Stanford, AM Sawyer
Australian Social Work 69 (2), 145-157, 2016
32016
Towards a critical ethic of care
B Pease, A Vreugdenhil, S Stanford
Critical ethics of care in social work: Transforming the politics and …, 2018
2*2018
The historical context of the risk paradigm in mental health policy and practice: how did we get here?
J Warner, NR Heller, E Sharland, S Stanford
Beyond the risk paradigm in mental health policy and practice, 1-16, 2017
12017
Mental Health Social Work: Perspectives on Risk, Regulation, and Therapeutic Interventions
AM Sawyer, S Stanford, J Campbell
Australian Social Work 69 (2), 129-132, 2016
12016
The risks of care and caring about risk in mental health
AM Sawyer, S Stanford
Critical Ethics of Care in Social Work Transforming the Politics and …, 2018
2018
Conclusion: Remoralizing risk in mental health policy and practice
E Sharland, NR Heller, S Stanford, J Warner
Beyond the risk paradigm in mental health policy and practice, 174-191, 2017
2017
Undoing Privilege: Unearned Advantage in a Divided World
S Stanford
Australian Social Work 66 (4), 612-614, 2013
2013
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