Dr Richard Brunner

  • Research Associate in Public Service Reform (School of Social and Political Sciences)

Publications

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Number of items: 32.

2017

Brunner, R., Craig, P. and Watson, N. (2017) Evaluability Assessment of Thriving Places: a Report for Glasgow Community Planning Partnership. Other. What Works Scotland.

2016

Brunner, R., Bennett, H., Bynner, C. and Henderson, J. (2016) "Challenge Current Practice and Assumptions! Make waves!!” : What Works Scotland Collaborative Learning Event 23 & 24 February 2016 Queens Hotel, Perth. Other. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2016) Operation Modulus: Putting Christie into Practice in Gorbals. Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. (2016) Mental Health Recovery Reframed: Towards a Capabilities Model of Mental Distress [poster]. The Meanings of Recovery: A Dialogue Across the Sociologies of Mental Health, Physical Illness, Injury and Addiction, Surrey, UK, 11-12 July 2016.

2015

Bennett, H., Bland, N., Brunner, R., Bynner, C. , Cook, A. and Henderson, J. (2015) Collaborative Action Retreat Report: Summary of Retreat Held in June 2015. Project Report. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) Capabilities, Public Service Reform and Social Justice. Marginalisation, Stigma and Choice? A Workshop Jointly Organised by the Behavior, Structure and Interventions Research Network and Policy Scotland, Glasgow, UK, 22-23 June 2015. (Unpublished)

Brunner, R. (2015) Disability and justice: the capabilities approach in practice. Disability and Society, 30(2), pp. 310-312. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2014.984931) [Book Review]

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) What can the capabilities approach add to policy analysis in high-income countries? Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

2014

Cassidy, C., Brunner, R. and Webster, E. (2014) Teaching human rights? 'All hell will break loose!'. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 9(1), pp. 19-33. (doi:10.1177/1746197913475768)

Brunner, R. (2014) Conversion Factors Re-Examined: Using Capabilities as an Analytical Framework for Qualitative Research in Mental Health. In: Human Development and Capabilities Association Annual Conference, Athens, Greece, 02-05 Sep 2014,

Brunner, R. (2014) Mental Health Reframed: Towards a Capabilities Model of Mental Distress. In: Institute of Health and Wellbeing Student-led Conference, University of Glasgow, UK, 05 Jun 2014,

Brunner, R. (2014) Survivors, Thrivers and Outsiders: Using the Capabilities Approach to Reconceptualise Mental Distress within a Social Framework. In: Disability Studies Conference, University of Lancaster, 9-11 Sep 2014,

Wilson, A., Hunter, K., Spohrer, K., Brunner, R. and Beasley, A. (2014) Mentoring into higher education: a useful addition to the landscape of widening access to higher education? Scottish Educational Review, 46(2), pp. 18-35.

2013

Brunner, R. (2013) The Capabilities Approach, Mental Distress and Social Justice. In: Human Development and Capabilities Association Annual Conference, Managua, Nicaragua, 9-12 Sep 2013,

Brunner, R. (2013) The Capabilities Approach, Mental Distress and Social Justice. In: 11th European Sociological Association Annual Conference: Crisis, Critique and Change, University of Turin, Italy, 28-31 Aug 2013,

Brunner, R. (2013) Mental Health, Employment and Social Justice: A Capabilities Analysis. In: Disability and Mental Health Research Day, University of Strathclyde, UK, 14 Nov 2013,

2012

Anam, S., Brunner, R., Din, A., Hunter, K., Javaid, A., Mehmood, O., Raif, Z., Raza, L., Sadiq, R. and Sattar, A. (2012) BME Youth Unemployment: A Fresh Perspective. Project Report. Active Life Club, Glasgow.

Brunner, R. (2012) How Might the Capabilities Approach Enhance Understanding of Lived Experiences of Mental Distress? A Review of Literature. In: Disability Studies Conference: Disability, Poverty and Neo-Liberalism, University of Lancaster, UK, 11-13 Sep 2012,

Brunner, R. (2012) How Might the Capabilities Approach Enhance the Social Understanding of Mental Distress? A Critique and Development of Existing Models. In: Institute of Health and Wellbeing Student-led Conference, University of Glasgow, UK, 26 Nov 2012,

2011

Stalker, K. O., Brunner, R., Maguire, R. and Mitchell, J. (2011) Tackling the barriers to disabled parents’ involvement in their children’s education. Educational Review, 63(2), pp. 233-250. (doi:10.1080/00131911.2010.537313)

2010

Brunner, R., Emejulu, A. and Hunter, K. (2010) Methodologies for Studying the Well-Being of Minority Ethnic Groups in Scotland. In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference - Inequalities and Social Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, 7-9 Apr 2010,

Brunner, R. (2010) A Baseline Study of Domestic Abuse Prevention Activities in Seven Local Authorities in Scotland. Project Report. National Children and Young People's Prevention Network, Scotland.

Brunner, R. (2010) Disabled Parents’ Involvement in Their Children’s Education: Implications for Policy and for Models of Mental Distress. In: Social Policy Association Annual Conference, University of Lincoln, UK, 05-07 Jul 2010,

Finlay, I., Brunner, R. and Seagraves, L. (2010) Narrowing the Achievement Gap: What and How Schools Learn Through Involvement in the Specialist Schools Achievement Programme, Phase One Report. Project Report. Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, London.

Wilson, A., Brunner, R. and Seagraves, L. (2010) Narrowing the Achievement Gap: What and How Schools Learn Through Involvement in the Specialist Schools Achievement Programme, Phase Two Report. Project Report. Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, London.

2009

Brunner, R. (2009) Disabled Parents’ Involvement in Their Children’s Education: Preliminary Mental Health Findings. In: Scottish Education Research Association Annual Conference, Perth, UK, 27 Nov 2009,

Maguire, R., Brunner, R., Stalker, K. and Mitchell, J. (2009) Disabled Parents’ Involvement in their Children’s Education: Guidance for Schools. Project Report. CfBT Education Trust, Reading.

2008

Brunner, R., Novotny, V. and Zakaria, P. (2008) Assessment of Students’ Additional Support Needs: Baseline Study of the Current Structures. Project Report. Scottish Funding Council, Edinburgh.

2007

Brunner, R. (2007) Exploring Disability Disclosure Amongst College and University Staff in Scotland. Project Report. Equality Forward, Stirling.

Brunner, R. (2007) Exploring Disability Disclosure Amongst College and University Staff in Scotland: Developmental Findings. In: Social Policy Association Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, UK, 23 Jul 2007,

2005

Brunner, R. (2005) Asylum Matters for Scotland. Project Report. Atlas Partnership, Glasgow.

Brunner, R. (2005) Evolving Practice and Developing Policy. Project Report. Atlas Partnership, Glasgow.

This list was generated on Sat Jun 24 17:28:30 2017 BST.
Number of items: 32.

Articles

Cassidy, C., Brunner, R. and Webster, E. (2014) Teaching human rights? 'All hell will break loose!'. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 9(1), pp. 19-33. (doi:10.1177/1746197913475768)

Wilson, A., Hunter, K., Spohrer, K., Brunner, R. and Beasley, A. (2014) Mentoring into higher education: a useful addition to the landscape of widening access to higher education? Scottish Educational Review, 46(2), pp. 18-35.

Stalker, K. O., Brunner, R., Maguire, R. and Mitchell, J. (2011) Tackling the barriers to disabled parents’ involvement in their children’s education. Educational Review, 63(2), pp. 233-250. (doi:10.1080/00131911.2010.537313)

Book Reviews

Brunner, R. (2015) Disability and justice: the capabilities approach in practice. Disability and Society, 30(2), pp. 310-312. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2014.984931) [Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Brunner, R., Craig, P. and Watson, N. (2017) Evaluability Assessment of Thriving Places: a Report for Glasgow Community Planning Partnership. Other. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R., Bennett, H., Bynner, C. and Henderson, J. (2016) "Challenge Current Practice and Assumptions! Make waves!!” : What Works Scotland Collaborative Learning Event 23 & 24 February 2016 Queens Hotel, Perth. Other. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2016) Operation Modulus: Putting Christie into Practice in Gorbals. Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

Bennett, H., Bland, N., Brunner, R., Bynner, C. , Cook, A. and Henderson, J. (2015) Collaborative Action Retreat Report: Summary of Retreat Held in June 2015. Project Report. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) What can the capabilities approach add to policy analysis in high-income countries? Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

Anam, S., Brunner, R., Din, A., Hunter, K., Javaid, A., Mehmood, O., Raif, Z., Raza, L., Sadiq, R. and Sattar, A. (2012) BME Youth Unemployment: A Fresh Perspective. Project Report. Active Life Club, Glasgow.

Brunner, R. (2010) A Baseline Study of Domestic Abuse Prevention Activities in Seven Local Authorities in Scotland. Project Report. National Children and Young People's Prevention Network, Scotland.

Finlay, I., Brunner, R. and Seagraves, L. (2010) Narrowing the Achievement Gap: What and How Schools Learn Through Involvement in the Specialist Schools Achievement Programme, Phase One Report. Project Report. Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, London.

Wilson, A., Brunner, R. and Seagraves, L. (2010) Narrowing the Achievement Gap: What and How Schools Learn Through Involvement in the Specialist Schools Achievement Programme, Phase Two Report. Project Report. Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, London.

Maguire, R., Brunner, R., Stalker, K. and Mitchell, J. (2009) Disabled Parents’ Involvement in their Children’s Education: Guidance for Schools. Project Report. CfBT Education Trust, Reading.

Brunner, R., Novotny, V. and Zakaria, P. (2008) Assessment of Students’ Additional Support Needs: Baseline Study of the Current Structures. Project Report. Scottish Funding Council, Edinburgh.

Brunner, R. (2007) Exploring Disability Disclosure Amongst College and University Staff in Scotland. Project Report. Equality Forward, Stirling.

Brunner, R. (2005) Asylum Matters for Scotland. Project Report. Atlas Partnership, Glasgow.

Brunner, R. (2005) Evolving Practice and Developing Policy. Project Report. Atlas Partnership, Glasgow.

Conference or Workshop Item

Brunner, R. (2016) Mental Health Recovery Reframed: Towards a Capabilities Model of Mental Distress [poster]. The Meanings of Recovery: A Dialogue Across the Sociologies of Mental Health, Physical Illness, Injury and Addiction, Surrey, UK, 11-12 July 2016.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) Capabilities, Public Service Reform and Social Justice. Marginalisation, Stigma and Choice? A Workshop Jointly Organised by the Behavior, Structure and Interventions Research Network and Policy Scotland, Glasgow, UK, 22-23 June 2015. (Unpublished)

Conference Proceedings

Brunner, R. (2014) Conversion Factors Re-Examined: Using Capabilities as an Analytical Framework for Qualitative Research in Mental Health. In: Human Development and Capabilities Association Annual Conference, Athens, Greece, 02-05 Sep 2014,

Brunner, R. (2014) Mental Health Reframed: Towards a Capabilities Model of Mental Distress. In: Institute of Health and Wellbeing Student-led Conference, University of Glasgow, UK, 05 Jun 2014,

Brunner, R. (2014) Survivors, Thrivers and Outsiders: Using the Capabilities Approach to Reconceptualise Mental Distress within a Social Framework. In: Disability Studies Conference, University of Lancaster, 9-11 Sep 2014,

Brunner, R. (2013) The Capabilities Approach, Mental Distress and Social Justice. In: Human Development and Capabilities Association Annual Conference, Managua, Nicaragua, 9-12 Sep 2013,

Brunner, R. (2013) The Capabilities Approach, Mental Distress and Social Justice. In: 11th European Sociological Association Annual Conference: Crisis, Critique and Change, University of Turin, Italy, 28-31 Aug 2013,

Brunner, R. (2013) Mental Health, Employment and Social Justice: A Capabilities Analysis. In: Disability and Mental Health Research Day, University of Strathclyde, UK, 14 Nov 2013,

Brunner, R. (2012) How Might the Capabilities Approach Enhance Understanding of Lived Experiences of Mental Distress? A Review of Literature. In: Disability Studies Conference: Disability, Poverty and Neo-Liberalism, University of Lancaster, UK, 11-13 Sep 2012,

Brunner, R. (2012) How Might the Capabilities Approach Enhance the Social Understanding of Mental Distress? A Critique and Development of Existing Models. In: Institute of Health and Wellbeing Student-led Conference, University of Glasgow, UK, 26 Nov 2012,

Brunner, R., Emejulu, A. and Hunter, K. (2010) Methodologies for Studying the Well-Being of Minority Ethnic Groups in Scotland. In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference - Inequalities and Social Justice, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, 7-9 Apr 2010,

Brunner, R. (2010) Disabled Parents’ Involvement in Their Children’s Education: Implications for Policy and for Models of Mental Distress. In: Social Policy Association Annual Conference, University of Lincoln, UK, 05-07 Jul 2010,

Brunner, R. (2009) Disabled Parents’ Involvement in Their Children’s Education: Preliminary Mental Health Findings. In: Scottish Education Research Association Annual Conference, Perth, UK, 27 Nov 2009,

Brunner, R. (2007) Exploring Disability Disclosure Amongst College and University Staff in Scotland: Developmental Findings. In: Social Policy Association Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, UK, 23 Jul 2007,

This list was generated on Sat Jun 24 17:28:30 2017 BST.