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Pithouse, Andrew, Rees, Alyson, Brookfield, Charlotte and Djupvik, Alf 2019. Understanding social work-force satisfaction. Journal of Social Work 10.1177/1468017319868121

Williams, Malcolm, Sloan, Luke and Brookfield, Charlotte 2019. The quantitative crisis in UK sociology. In: Evans, Jeff, Ruane, Sally and Southall, Humphrey eds. Data in Society: Challenging Statistics in an Age of Globalisation, Policy Press, pp. 337-348.

Djupvik, Alf Roger, Myklebust, Vidar Kjetil, Ekeland, Tor-Johan, Pithouse, Andy, Brookfield, Charlotte and Rees, Alyson 2019. New public management and practitioner autonomy in Children's Services in Norway and Wales: views from the frontline. European Journal of Social Work
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Brookfield, Charlotte and Parker, Samuel 2019. Improving quantitative research skills of Welsh Baccalaureate teachers through university engagement. Research for All

Pithouse, Andrew, Brookfield, Charlotte and Rees, Alyson 2018. Why are social workers in Wales the 'happiest'? A conundrum explored. British Journal of Social Work 10.1093/bjsw/bcy119

Williams, Malcolm, Sloan, Luke and Brookfield, Charlotte 2017. A tale of two sociologies: analytic versus critique in UK sociology. Sociological Research Online 22 (4) , pp. 132-151. 10.1177/1360780417734146

Brookfield, Charlotte 2017. “Quantification is the root of all evil in sociology” What does it add up to? The place of quantitative research methods in British sociology. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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