Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Stanton, Naomi"

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Stanton, Naomi (2014) A culture of blame – Sunday school teachers, youth workers and the decline of young people in churches. Crucible: The Christian journal of Social Ethics . p. 32. ISSN 0011-2100 [Article]

Stanton, Naomi (2012) Christian youth work: teaching faith, filling churches or response to social need? Journal of Beliefs and Values, 33 (3) . pp. 385-403. ISSN 1361-7672 [Article] (doi:10.1080/13617672.2012.732818)

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Stanton, Naomi (2013) Faith-based youth work - lessons from the Christian sector. In: Working with young people. Curran, Shelia, Harrison, Roger and MacKinnon, Donald, eds. SAGE, London, pp. 193-205. ISBN 9781446273289. [Book Section]

Stanton, Naomi and Wenham, Aniela (2013) ‘Fallen women’ and ‘artful dodgers’ – historical reflections on youth deviance. In: Reappaisals: Essays in the history of youth and community work. Gilchrist, Ruth, Jeffs, Tony, Spence, Jean, Stanton, Naomi, Cowell, Aylssa, Walker, Joyce and Wylie, Tom, eds. Russell House Publishing, Lyme Regis, UK, pp. 20-38. ISBN 9781905541881. [Book Section]


Stanton, Naomi (2015) Serious and organised crime toolkit - evaluation report. Project Report. Home Office. . [Monograph] (Accepted/In press)

Conference or Workshop Item

Stanton, Naomi (2015) Youth ministry – social, spiritual and institutional agendas. In: IASYM annual international conference (London 2015), January 2015, London School of Theology. . [Conference or Workshop Item]


Stanton, Naomi, ed. (2015) Innovation in youth work: thinking in practice. YMCA George Williams College, London, UK. ISBN 9780950954776. [Book]

Smith, Mark K., Stanton, Naomi and Wylie, Tom, eds. (2015) Youth work and faith: debates, delights and dilemmas. Russell House, Lyme Regis. ISBN 9781905541867. [Book]


Stanton, Naomi (2013) From Sunday Schools to Christian Youth Work: young people's engagement with organized Christianity in twentieth century England and the present day. PhD thesis, The Open University. [Thesis]

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