Dr Pat Starkey BA PhD

Honorary research fellow History

Publications

2016

Archival resources for social work history (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2016). Archival resources for social work history. In Innovations in Social Work Research. Using methods creatively (pp. 77-91). London: Jessica Kingsley.

2015

Friend or foe? Internment in Huyton, 1940-1941 (Journal article)

Starkey, P. (2015). Friend or foe? Internment in Huyton, 1940-1941. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 164, 55-70.

2014

Historical research (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2014). Historical research. In A. Mcintosh-Scott, T. Mason, E. Mason-Whitehead, & D. Coyle (Eds.), Key Concepts in Nursing and Healthcare Research (pp. 101-106). London: Sage.

2012

Club feet and charity: children at the House of Charity, Soho, 1848-1914 (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2012). Club feet and charity: children at the House of Charity, Soho, 1848-1914. In Disabled children:contested caring 1850-1979 (pp. 15-28). London: Pickering & Chatto.

2011

Change or decay: the House of St Barnabas in Soho, 1919-2000 (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2011). Change or decay: the House of St Barnabas in Soho, 1919-2000. In C. Rochester, A. Penn, G. Gosling, & M. Zimmeck (Eds.), Understanding the roots of voluntary action. HIstorical pespectives on current social policy (pp. 155-167). Brighton: Sussex University Press.

2010

Friendship with a purpose: Family Service Units (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2010). Friendship with a purpose: Family Service Units. In R. Morris, & H. Russell (Eds.), Rooted in the city: 100 years of voluntary action in Liverpool (pp. 27-34). Liverpool: Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Services.

2008

Temporary relief for specially recommended or selected persons? The mission of the House of Charity, Soho, 1846-1914 (Journal article)

Starkey, P. (2008). Temporary relief for specially recommended or selected persons? The mission of the House of Charity, Soho, 1846-1914. Urban HIstory.

2007

Retelling the stories of clients of voluntary social work agencies in Britain after 1945 (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2007). Retelling the stories of clients of voluntary social work agencies in Britain after 1945. In A. Borsay, & P. Shapely (Eds.), Medicine, Charity and mutual aid. The consumption of health and welfare in Britain, c.1550-1950 (pp. 30). Aldershot: Ashgate.

2006

'Kindhearted and good with people' or skilled professionals? Social work training - the evidence of student files at the University of Liverpool (Journal article)

Starkey, P. (2006). 'Kindhearted and good with people' or skilled professionals? Social work training - the evidence of student files at the University of Liverpool. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.

Saints, virgins and family members: exemplary biographies? Josephine Butler as biographer (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2006). Saints, virgins and family members: exemplary biographies? Josephine Butler as biographer. In J. Daggers, & D. Neal (Eds.), Sex, gender and religion: Jospehine Butler revisited (pp. 19). New York: Peter Lang.

2005

Women religious and religious women. The role of faith and institutional religion in women's lives (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2005). Women religious and religious women. The role of faith and institutional religion in women's lives. In D. Simonton (Ed.), The Routledge History of European Women from 1700. (pp. 50). London: Routledge.

2002

Introduction. Four hundred years of charity (Journal article)

Starkey, P. (2002). Introduction. Four hundred years of charity. Voluntary Action, 5.

·'Can the piper call the tune? Innovation and experiment by a voluntary social work agency, 1940-1985', (Journal article)

Starkey, P. (2002). ·'Can the piper call the tune? Innovation and experiment by a voluntary social work agency, 1940-1985',. British Journal of Social Work, 32(5), 573-587.

2001

Child welfare and social action in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - international perspectives (Book)

Lawrence, J., & Starkey, P. (Eds.) (2001). Child welfare and social action in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - international perspectives. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Mental incapacity, ill health and poverty: family failure in post-war Britain (Chapter)

Starkey, P. (2001). Mental incapacity, ill health and poverty: family failure in post-war Britain. In J. Lawrence, & P. Starkey (Eds.), Child welfare and social action in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. International perspectives (pp. 22). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

2000

· 'The feckless mother. Women, poverty and social workers in 1940s England', (Journal article)

Starkey, P. (2000). · 'The feckless mother. Women, poverty and social workers in 1940s England',. Women's History Review, 9.

Families and Social Workers. The work of Family Service Units, 1940-1985 (Book)

Starkey, P. (2000). Families and Social Workers. The work of Family Service Units, 1940-1985. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

1998

The Medical Officer of Health, the social worker and the problem family, 1943-1968: the case of Family Service Units (Journal article)

Starkey, P. (1998). The Medical Officer of Health, the social worker and the problem family, 1943-1968: the case of Family Service Units. Social History of Medicine, 11.

1997

Uncommon entrance? The recruitment of probationers to Merseyside hospitals, 1919 - 1938 (Journal article)

Starkey, P., & Colman, A. (1997). Uncommon entrance? The recruitment of probationers to Merseyside hospitals, 1919 - 1938. International History of Nursing Journal, 2(3), 5-16.

1995

The Middle Ages in the North-West (Book)

Scott, T., & Starkey, P. (Eds.) (1995). The Middle Ages in the North-West. Oxford: Leopard's Head Press.

1994

Nursing memories. From probationers to professors (Book)

Starkey, P. (Ed.) (1994). Nursing memories. From probationers to professors. Liverpool: National Museums and Galleris on Merseyside.