Refereed Journals – Original Articles

  • Moretti, A & Whitworth, A (2019) Evaluations of small area composite estimators based on the iterative proportional fitting algorithm, Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, DOI: 10.1080/03610918.2018.1535067
  • Whitworth, A (2018) 'Transforming employment support for individuals with health conditions?: 3Cs to the aid of the Work, Health and Disability Green Paper', Journal of Poverty and Social Justice
  • Whitworth, A (2018) 'Mainstreaming Effective Employment Support for Individuals with Health Conditions: An Analytical Framework for the Effective Design of Modified Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Models', Social Policy and Society, doi: 10.1017/S147474641800043X
  • Whitworth, A (2018) 'The economic case for well-considered investment in health-related employment support: Costs and savings of alternative modified Individual and Placement Support (IPS) models', Disability and Health Journal, doi: 10.1016/j.dhjo.2018.02.004
  • Whitworth, A. and Carter, E. (2017) 'Rescaling employment support accountability: From negative national neoliberalism to positively integrated city-region ecosystems', Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space
  • Whitworth, A., Carter, E., Ballas, D. and Moon, G (2016) 'Estimating uncertainty in spatial microsimulation approaches to small area estimation: A new approach to solving an old problem', Computers, Environment and Urban Systems (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=n/a; journal IF=2.055)
  • Heyes, J., Tomlinson, M and Whitworth, A (2016) ‘Underemployment and wellbeing in the UK before and after the Great Recession’, Work, Employment and Society (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=n/a; journal IF=1.284)
  • Souto Otero, M and Whitworth, A (2016) ‘Adult participation in higher education and the ‘knowledge economy’: a cross-national analysis’, British Journal of Sociology of Education (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=n/a; journal IF=1.102)
  • Whitworth, A (2016) 'Neoliberal paternalism and paradoxical subjects: Confusion and contradiction in UK activation policy', Critical Social Policy, 36(4), pp1-20 (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=n/a; journal IF=1.809)
  • Carter, E and Whitworth, A (2016) 'Work Activation Regimes and Well-being of Unemployed People: Rhetoric, Risk and Reality of Quasi-Marketization in the UK Work Programme', Social Policy and Administration (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=n/a; journal IF=1.304)
  • Pattie, C. Whitworth, A and Johnston, R (2015) 'Does Campaign contact influence individuals’ vote choices? An alternative approach', European Political Science (Scopus CC=0; GS CC=0; journal IF=0.536)
  • Carter, E and Whitworth, A (2015) 'Creaming and parking in quasi-marketized welfare-to-work schemes: designed out of or designed in to the UK Work Programme', Journal of Social Policy (Scopus CC=0; GS CC=6; journal IF=1.511)
  • Whitworth, A & Carter, E (2014) 'Welfare-to-work reform, power and inequality: from governance to governmentalities' Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 22, 2, pp104-117 (Scopus CC=0; GS CC=4; journal IF=n/a)
  • Whitworth, A (2014) 'The UK Census: necessity or luxury for social and spatial understanding?', Geography, 99, 2, pp75-82 (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=1; journal IF=0.752)
  • James Rees, Adam Whitworth, Elle Carter. (2014) Support for All in the UK Work Programme? Differential Payments, Same Old Problem. Social Policy & Administration, 48(2), 221-239 (Scopus CC=11; GS CC=27; journal IF=1.304) ** SP&A highest cited article 2014 **
  • Whitworth, A. and Griggs, J. (2013) Lone Parents and Welfare-to-work Conditionality: Necessary, Just, Effective?, Ethics and Social Welfare, 7:2, 124-140. (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=10; journal IF=n/a)
  • Whitworth, A. (2013). Local Inequality and Crime: Exploring how Variation in the Scale of Inequality Measures Affects Relationships between Inequality and Crime. Urban Studies, 50(4), 725-741. (Scopus CC=3; GS CC=9; journal IF=1.527) ** Prize winner 'Best journal article of 2013' competition of 175+ published articles**
  • Whitworth, A. and Wilkinson, K. (2013). Tackling child poverty in South Africa: Implications of ubuntu for the system of social grants. Development Southern Africa, 30(1), 121-134 (Scopus CC=2; GS CC=5; journal IF=0.496)
  • Whitworth, A. (2012, in press). Lone Parents and Welfare-to-Work in England: A Spatial Analysis of Outcomes and Drivers. Social Policy and Administration. (Scopus CC=0; GS CC=13; journal IF=1.304)
  • Whitworth, A. (2012). Sustaining evidence-based policing in an era of cuts: Estimating fear of crime at small area level in England. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 14(1), 48-68. (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=2; journal IF=0.371)
  • Whitworth, A. (2012). Inequality and Crime across England: A Multilevel Modelling Approach. Social Policy and Society, 11(1), 27-40. (Scopus CC=n/a; GS CC=13; journal IF=0.429)
  • Whitworth, A. and McLennan, D. (2010). Geographical displacement or diffusion of benefit around area-based interventions? Evidence from the New Deal for Communities. People, Place & Policy Online, 4(3), 76-88. (Scopus CC=0; GS CC=0; journal IF=n/a)
  • Whitworth, A. and Noble, M. (2008). A safety net without holes: an argument for a comprehensive income security system for South Africa. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 9(2), 247-263. (Scopus CC=0; GS CC=12; journal IF=0.751)
  • Souto Otero, M. and Whitworth, A. (2006). Equality in higher education in Spain and the UK: mismatch between rhetoric and policy? Higher Education Quarterly, 60(2), 167-186 (Scopus CC=0; GS CC=14; journal IF=1.287)

Book Chapters – in Print

  • J 1 Rees, J., Whitworth, A and Carter, E (2015) 'Support for all in the UK Work Programme? Differential payments, same old problem' in Considine, M and O'Sullivan, S (eds) Contracting out welfare services: Comparing international policy designs for unemployment assistance. Chicester: Wiley Blackwell
  • Whitworth, A and Wilkinson, K (2014) 'Tackling child poverty in South Africa: Implications of ubuntu for the system of social grants' in Patel, L., Midgley, J. and Ulriksen, M. (eds.) Social Protection in Southern Africa: New Opportunities for Social Development. London: Routledge
  • Gambles, R. and Whitworth, A. (2009). Social citizenship and the question of gender: the suitability and possibilities of a Marshallian framework. In: Greer, S. (ed) Devolution and social citizenship in the UK. Policy Press, Bristol.
  • Dacombe, R., Souto Otero, M. and Whitworth, A. (2007). The voluntary sector and young black people. In: Sallah, M. and Howson, C. (eds.) Working with Black young people. Russell House Publishing, Dorset.

Reports

  • Whitworth, A. and Murphy, R (2018) Local integration: Harnessing the potential for public policy - A report by the University of Sheffield in collaboration with the Mayoral Combined Authorities and Core Cities.
  • Whitworth, A. and Carter, E (2015) Understanding Wales at the neighbourhood level: Maximising the performance of small area estimation. Welsh Government, Cardiff
  • Whitworth, A., Jones, P. and Thomas, B. (2014) National Survey for Wales, 2012 - 13, Understanding Wales at the neighbourhood level: Small area estimation. Welsh Government, Cardiff
  • Whitworth, A., Jones, P. and Thomas, B. (2014) National Survey for Wales, 2012 - 13, Digital Inclusion. Welsh Government, Cardiff.
  • Whitworth, A (ed.) (2013) Evaluations and improvements in small area estimation methodologies, an ESRC National Centre for Research Methods Methodological Review.
  • Whitworth, A. (2013) Single parents’ experiences of employment support from Jobcentre Plus and the Work Programme. Gingerbread, London.
  • Wilkinson, K., Whitworth, A. and McLennan, D. (2010) Evaluation of the National Strategy for Neighbourhood Renewal: Improving educational attainment in deprived areas. Department for Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Whitworth, A., McLennan, D. and Noble, M. (2010). Crimes occurring and prevented in New Deal for Communities areas: An approach to estimating the economic costs and benefits. Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Whitworth, A., Wilkinson, K., McLennan, D., Noble, M. and Anttila, C. (2009). Raising educational attainment in deprived areas: the challenges of geography and residential mobility for area-based initiatives. Evidence from the New Deal for Communities Programme. Department for Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Noble, M., Barnes, H., Wright, G., McLennan, D., Avenall, D., Whitworth, A. and Roberts, B. (2009). The South African Index of Multiple Deprivation 2001 at Datazone level. National Department for Social Development, Pretoria.
  • Noble, M., McLennan, D. and Whitworth, A. (2009). Tracking Neighbourhoods: The Economic Deprivation Index 2008. Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Noble, M., McLennan, D., Wilkinson K., Whitworth, A., Dibben, C. and Barnes, H. (2008). English Indices of Deprivation 2007. Communities and Local Government, London.
  • McLennan, D. and Whitworth, A. (2008). Displacement of Crime or Diffusion of Benefit: Evidence from the New Deal for Communities Programme. Department for Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Griggs, J., Whitworth, A., Walker, R., McLennan, D. and Noble, M. (2008). Person or place based policies to tackle disadvantage? Not knowing what works. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.
  • Gutierrez-Romero, R., Whitworth, A., McLennan, D. and Noble, M. (2007). Developing small area measures of fear of crime: a feasibility study. Report for Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Noble, M., McLennan, D., Whitworth, A. and McLennan, A. (2007). Profiling the Participants of Welfare to Work Programmes. Report for National Audit Office, London.
  • Anttila, C., Griggs, J., Gutierrez-Romero, R., Mason, D., McLennan, D., Noble, M., Shung-King, M., Wilkinson, K. and Whitworth, A. (2007). Leaving Benefits Behind. Report for Communities and Local Government, London.
  • Whitworth, A. (2007). Work, care and social inclusion: lone motherhood under New Labour. Briefing paper for the charity One Parent Families, London.