Social Work, Social Care and Community Studies
Health And Wellbeing
Gornall, L. (2019). See Me! Biographies of the Hidden City. The Qualitative Report.
Gornall, L. (n.d.). Co-production : a defence of young people. Journal of Radical Community Work. http://rcwjournal.org/assets/player/KeynoteDHTMLPlayer.html#0
Gornall, L. (2017). Disconnected Biographies: : An exploration of the challenges inherent in balancing paradoxical discourses borne of both growing individualisation and dominant global constructs. ESREA: Life History and Biographical Research Network, Conference Proceedings March 2017. http://conferences.au.dk/esrealhbn2017/
Gornall, L. The unexpected 'Aha' moment: reviewing personal discourses in a troubled world. In Wright, H., & Hoyen, M. (Eds.) Discourses We Live By. Copenhagen: Aarhus University Press
Gornall, L. (2016). Choosing the ending, evaluating the process: biographical approaches to evaluating interventions with young adults at risk of substance abuse. In Evans, R. (Ed.) Before, beside and after (beyond) the biographical narrative. (pp. 559-577). 39179 Barleben, Germany: nisaba Verlag
Gornall, L. (2005). Research in a stakeholder society : demonstrating impact across sectors. In Building Sustainable Communities through Partnerships in: Place Management, Social Capital and Lifelong Learning - Making Knowledge Work: Proceedings of the PASCAL International Conference. (pp. 109-119). Leicester: NIACE: http://pascalobservatory.org/projects/introduction
Gornall, L., Foggin, J., Ismail, M., & Owen, G. (2013). An evaluation of The Home Office funded CHOICES Programme delivered by COMPASS. Sheffield Hallam University.
Coldwell, M.R., Gornall, L., Holland, M.R., Trickey, D.S., Willis, B., & Wolstenholme, C.E. (2006). Developing enterprise culture in a northern educational authority in the UK: involving trainee teachers in learning-orientated evaluation. http://www.eera-ecer.eu/ecer/ecer2006/