The following research and reviews of practice are related to topics in parenting:


Doughty, J., Maxwell, N. & Slater, T. 2019. Alienating Behaviour in Post-Separation Parenting Disputes. CASCADE. Number 11: June 2019.

Barcus, M., Tiggers, L. & Kim, J. 2019. Time to care: socioeconomic, family, and workplace factors in men and women’s parental leave use. Community, Work & Family. 22(4), pp. 443-464.

Family Holiday Association. September 2019. How was your summer? A survey of professionals on what summer was like for the children and families they support.

Martínez, I., Murgui, S., García, O. F., & García, F. (2019). Parenting in the digital era: Protective and risk parenting styles for traditional bullying and cyberbullying victimization. Computers in Human Behavior, 90, 84-92.

Keywords: Cyberbullying, Bullying, Peer victimization, Parenting styles, Adolescence


Working with Fathers in Child and Family Services (2018). Professor Jonathan Scourfield.

Hayes, D., Butler, M., Devaney, J., & Percy, A. (2018). Allowing imprisoned fathers to parent: Maximising the potential benefits of prison based parenting programmes. Child Care in Practice, 24(2), 181-197.

KEYWORDS: Parenting, services, behaviour

Evaluation of Reflect in Gwent (2018). Dr Louise Roberts, Dr Nina Maxwell, Claire Palmer and Rebecca Messenger. CASCADE Briefing 10 -Nov 2018.

Reflect English: An evaluation of the Barnardo’s and Newport City Council Reflect Scheme


Evaluation of Cornwall Council’s Video Interactive Guidance Service (2017). Dr Nina Maxwell, Dr Alyson Rees and Dr Anne Williams. CASCADE Briefing 8 – Sept 2017