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Elliott, Martin 2019. Charting the rise of children and young people looked after in Wales. In: Mannay, Dawn, Rees, Alyson and Roberts, Louise eds. Children and Young People ‘Looked After’? Education, Intervention and the Everyday Culture of Care in Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 15-28.

McCartan, Claire, Bunting, Lisa, Bywaters, Paul, Davidson, Gavin, Elliott, Martin and Hooper, Jade 2018. A Four-Nation comparison of kinship care in the UK: The relationship between formal kinship care and deprivation. Social Policy and Society 17 (4) , pp. 619-635. 10.1017/S1474746418000179

McGhee, Janice, Bunting, Laura, McCartan, Claire, Elliott, Martin, Bywaters, Paul and Featherstone, Katie 2018. Looking after children in the UK - convergence or divergence? British Journal of Social Work 48 (5) , pp. 1176-1198. 10.1093/bjsw/bcx103
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Elliott, Martin, Staples, Eleanor and Scourfield, Jonathan Bryn 2018. The characteristics of children and young people in residential care in Wales. Child Care in Practice 24 (3) , pp. 317-330. 10.1080/13575279.2017.1319798

Bywaters, Paul, Scourfield, Jonathan, Jones, Chantel, Sparks, Tim, Elliott, Martin, Hooper, Jade, McCartan, Claire, Shapira, Marina, Bunting, Lisa and Daniel, Brigid 2018. Child welfare inequalities in the four nations of the UK. Journal of Social Work
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Elliott, Martin 2017. Looked-after children in Wales: An analysis of the backgrounds of children entering public care. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Elliott, Martin and Scourfield, Jonathan 2017. Identifying and understanding inequalities in child welfare intervention rates. [Project Report]. Child Welfare Inequalities Project. Available at:

Elliott, Martin 2015. Quantitative research and the secondary analysis of longitudinal data in social work research. In: Hardwick, Louise, Smith, Roger and Worsley, Aidan eds. Innovations in Social Work Research, London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, pp. 259-273.

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