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Sanders, T., Vajzovic, D., Brooks-Gordon, B. & Mulvihill, N., 2020. Policing Vulnerability in Sex Work and Prostitution: The Harm Reduction Compass Model. Policing and Society. Forthcoming at: https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2020.1837825

Mulvihill, N. & Hester, M., 2020.  Models of Justice.  In: P. Davies & M. Rowe (eds.) An Introduction to Criminology. SAGE Publications Ltd.

Mulvihill, N., 2020.  Should real love hurt? The eroticisation of dominance, submission and coercive control in contemporary pop music.  In: G. Fosbraey and M. Puckey (eds.)  Misogyny, toxic masculinity, and heteronormativity in post-2000 popular music. Fosbraey, G. & Puckey, N. (eds.). Palgrave Macmillan.

Already published

Thorlby, K. and Mulvihill, N., 2020. Practitioner Resource 1: Settings and Services of Prostitution and Sex Work in England and Wales. Bristol: University of Bristol. Available at: https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/en/publications/practitioner-resource-1-settings-and-services-of-prostitution-and

Thorlby, K. and Mulvihill, N., 2020. Practitioner Resource 2: Understanding the sex industry in England and Wales. Bristol: University of Bristol. Available at: https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/en/publications/practitioner-resource-2-understanding-the-sex-industry-in-england

Thorlby, K. and Mulvihill, N., 2020. Practitioner Resource 3: Understanding existing prevalence data on the UK sex industry. Bristol: University of Bristol. Available at: https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/en/publications/practitioner-resource-3-understanding-existing-prevalence-data-on

Aghtaie, N., Mulvihill, N. and Abrahams, H. & Hester, M. 2020.  Defining and Enabling ‘Justice’ for Victims/Survivors of Domestic Violence and Abuse: The Views of Practitioners Working within Muslim, Jewish and Catholic Faiths.  Religion and Gender. Available at: https://brill.com/view/journals/rag/aop/article-10.1163-18785417-20200001/article-10.1163-18785417-20200001.xml

Matolcsi, A., Mulvihill, N., Lilley-Walker, S-J., Lanau Sanchez, A., Hester, M., 2020. The current landscape of prostitution and sex work in England and Wales.  Sexuality & Culture. Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12119-020-09756-y

Mulvihill, N., 2020. The impact of COVID-19 on sex workers. LSE COVID-19 Blog (Social Policy), [blog] 8 June. Available at: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/covid19/2020/06/08/the-impact-of-covid-19-on-sex-workers/

Mulvihill, N. & Large, J., 2019.  Consuming authenticity: pleasure, benefit and harm in ‘transactional intimacy’ and ‘slum tourism’.  Justice, Power and Resistance. [Journal of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control]. EG Press. Available at:  https://egpress.org/papers/consuming-authenticity-pleasure-benefit-and-harm-‘transactional-intimacy’-and-‘slum-tourism

Mulvihill, N., 2019.  Is it time to drop the term ‘prostitution’ from policy discourse?  Journal of Gender-Based Violence. 3(3), pp. 385-393.  Available at: https://doi.org/10.1332/239868019X15682997312551

Hester, M., Mulvihill, N., Matolcsi, A., Lanau Sanchez, A. & Walker, S-J, 2019.  The nature and prevalence of prostitution and sex work in England and Wales today.  London: Home Office. 79 p.  Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/nature-of-prostitution-and-sex-work-in-england-and-wales

Abrahams, H., Aghtaie, N. and Mulvihill, N., 2019/2020.  Faith, spiritual abuse and the search for justice.  Safe: The Domestic Abuse Quarterly. Available at: https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/ws/portalfiles/portal/219745610/Abrahams_Aghtaie_Mulvihill_2019_Faith_Spiritual_Abuse_and_the_Search_for_Justice.pdf

Mulvihill, N., 2019.  Book review: J Bindel, The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth T Sanders, M O’Neill and J Pitcher, Prostitution: Sex Work, Policy & Politics.  Criminology and Criminal Justice, 19(2) p. 271-273.  Available at: https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895818814314

Gangoli, G., Gill, A., Mulvihill, N., & Hester, M., 2018.  Perception and barriers: reporting female genital mutilation.  Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research. 10(4), pp. 251-260.  Available at: https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JACPR-09-2017-0323/full/html

Mulvihill, N., Gangoli, G., Gill, A. K. & Hester, M., 2018.  The experience of interactional justice for victims of ‘honour’-based violence and abuse reporting to the police in England and Wales.  Policing and Society, 29(6), pp.640-656.  Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2018.1427745

Mulvihill, N., 2018.  The criminalisation of paying for sex in England and Wales: How gender and power are implicated in the making of policy.  Journal of Public Policy. 38(2), pp. 165-189.  Available at: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0143814X16000295

Mulvihill, N., Walker, S-J., Hester, M. & Gangoli, G., 2018.  How is ‘justice’ understood, sought, and experienced by victims/survivors of gender-based violence? A review of the literature.  [Working Paper] Bristol: University of Bristol.  Available at: https://research-information.bris.ac.uk/explore/en/publications/how-is-justice-understood-sought-and-experienced-by-victimssurvivors-of-gender-based-violence-a-review-of-the-literature(154e5f77-d49e-48e7-8874-4e56f0e79d5c).html

Mulvihill, N., 2018.  How far do faith communities facilitate justice for victims of domestic violence?  LSE Religion and Global Society Blog. [blog] 21 June.  Available at: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/religionglobalsociety/2018/06/how-far-do-faith-communities-facilitate-justice-for-victims-of-domestic-violence/

Mulvihill, N., 2017.  ‘Prostitution and violence’.  In: N. Lombard (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 223-234, 11p.

Hester, M., Gangoli, G., Walker, S-J., Mulvihill, N. & Turner, W., 2017, Research: Justice, inequalities and gender-based violence. Safe: The Domestic Abuse Quarterly, 58, p. 22-25.

Mulvihill, N., 2017.  What the development of prostitution policy tells us about how gender is understood in Britain.  London School of Economics Politics and Policy Blog.  [blog] 23 Aug.  Available at: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/what-the-development-of-prostitution-policy-tells-us-about-how-gender-is-understood-in-britain/

Mulvihill, N., 2016.  Policy Briefing: Prostitution Law and Policy in England – The Limits of Liberalism.  Discover Society.  Available at: https://discoversociety.org/2016/03/01/policy-briefing-prostitution-law-and-policy-in-england-the-limits-of-liberalism/

Hester, M., Gangoli, G., Gill, A. & Mulvihill, N., 2015. Victim/survivor voices – a participatory research project. A Report for Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary ‘Honour’-based violence inspection.  London: Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. 39 p. Available at: https://www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmicfrs/wp-content/uploads/university-of-bristol-hbv-study.pdf

Mulvihill, N., 2014.  ‘Gender, power and the translation of English prostitution policy’.  In N. Aghtaie and G. Gangoli (eds.) Understanding Gender Based Violence: National and International Contexts.  Abingdon: Routledge, p. 110-129, 19p.

Mulvihill, N. & Williamson, E., 2014.  An Evaluation of the GDVSAP Trafficking and Grooming Project.  Bristol: University of Bristol. 52 p.  Available at: https://www.scie-socialcareonline.org.uk/an-evaluation-of-the-gdvsap-trafficking-and-grooming-project-gloucester-uk/r/a11G0000007jCGJIA2

Mulvihill, N., Hart, A., Northmore, S., Wolff, D., & Pratt, J. 2011. South East Coastal Communities Project dissemination series paper 1: The future of university-community engagement. South East Coastal Communities website.  Available at: http://www.coastalcommunities.org.uk/briefing%20papers/Paper_1v0blue.pdf

Mulvihill, N., Hart, A., Northmore, S., Wolff, D., & Pratt, J. 2011. South East Coastal Communities Project dissemination series paper 2: Models of partnership working in university-community engagement. South East Coastal Communities website.  Available at: http://www.coastalcommunities.org.uk/briefing%20papers/Paper_2vgreen.pdf

Mulvihill, N., Hart, A., Northmore, S., Wolff, D., & Pratt, J. 2011. South East Coastal Communities Project dissemination series paper 3: Geographies of collaboration in university-community engagement. South East Coastal Communities website.  Available at: http://www.coastalcommunities.org.uk/briefing%20papers/Paper_3vpurple.pdf

Mulvihill, N., Hart, A., Northmore, S., Wolff, D., & Pratt, J. 2011. South East Coastal Communities Project dissemination series paper 4: Embedding University-Community Partnership Working. South East Coastal Communities website.  Available at: http://www.coastalcommunities.org.uk/briefing%20papers/Paper_4vblue.pdf

Mulvihill, N., Hart, A., Northmore, S., Wolff, D., & Pratt, J. 2011. South East Coastal Communities Project dissemination series paper 5: Measuring the impact of University-Community Engagement.  South East Coastal Communities website.  Available at: http://www.coastalcommunities.org.uk/briefing%20papers/Paper_5web.pdf

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