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Weblinks for references in the book

In the book some of the footnotes have an asterisk (*) beside them to denote that the weblink is available here on our website. We have listed them below per chapter.

Introduction

1. Scotland: the official on-line gateway, Let Glasgow flourish. Retrieved from
  http://www.scotland.org/about/innovation-and-creativity/features/business/glasgow-flourish.html  (Note: the page we referred to has now been changed)

2. See speech by Detective Chief Superintendent John Carnochan to Children 1st 'Breaking the Cycle of Violence', 10 December, 2008, p. 8. Retrieved from
www.children1st.org/shop/files/SPR-PUB-015.pdf(this website is currently under construction, the page is due to be re-activated shortly so please try it and see if it is working yet)

Chapter 1

5. 'Community Health and Well-being Survey: baseline findings 2006, Summary' (GCPH, Gowell project), pp. 26-27. Click on the fifth entry on the page. Retrieved from
http://www.gowellonline.com/index.php?option=com_search&Itemid=5&searchword=2006&submit=Search&searchphrase=any&ordering=newest

6. Judith Brown et al., 'Turning the Tap Off: incapacity benefit in Glasgow and Scotland - trends over five years' (GCPH, 2007). Retrieved from
http://www.gla.ac.uk/media/media_139477_en.pdf

8. David Webster, 'Housing Implications of the 2001 Census Results' (Report to Glasgow City Council, Housing Development Committee).Retrieved from
http://www.glasgowcitycouncil.co.uk/committee_minutes/public/Documents/Live/Housing%20Development%20Committee/20034/1300_25_09_2003_1652_Report_2509It%2010.pdf

15. Lindsay Gray, 'Comparisons of health-related behaviours and health measures in Greater Glasgow with other regional areas in Europe' (GCPH, 2008). Retrieved from http://www.gcph.co.uk/component/option,com_docman/task,cat_view/gid,52/Itemid,99999999/

19. Information provided by the Violence Reduction Unit, Glasgow. Many documents are available on their  website. Retrieved from http://www.actiononviolence.co.uk/reports-and-publications

20. NFO Social Research, 'Sectarianism in Glasgow – Final Report' (Glasgow City Council, 2003). Retrieved from
http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/DA614F81-4F1B-4452-8847-F3FDE920D550/0/sectarianism03.pdf

Chapter 3

11. Alfred Barnard, quoted in Glasgow Story on-line in section on F & J Smith and tobacco lords. Retrieved from
www.theglasgowstory.com/story.php?id=TGSCD

Chapter 5

35. Annmarie Hughes, 'Working Class Culture, Family Life and Domestic Violence on Clydeside', in Scottish Tradition, (vol. 27, 2002) p. 80. Retrieved from
http://www.electricscotland.com/ssf/Scot%20Trad%202002.pdf

Chapter 6

2. The Wave Trust report 'Violence and What to Do About It' (Surrey, 2005). Retrieved from
http://www.wavetrust.org/Wheelbarrow/03_what_we_do/03_1_Reports/3_1_01_WAVE_Report_2005_intro.html

15. Annmarie Hughes, 'Working Class Culture, Family Life and Domestic Violence on Clydeside', in Scottish Tradition, (vol. 27, 2002) p. 63. Retrieved from
http://www.electricscotland.com/ssf/Scot%20Trad%202002.pdf

17. J. Dee Higley, 'Individual differences in alcohol –induced aggression' in Alcohol Research and Health (vol  5, 2001). Retrieved from
http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/arh25-1/12-19.pdf

18. Annmarie Hughes, 'Working Class Culture, Family Life and Domestic Violence on Clydeside', in Scottish Tradition, (vol. 27, 2002) p. 70. Retrieved from
http://www.electricscotland.com/ssf/Scot%20Trad%202002.pdf

Chapter 7

9. Annmarie Hughes, 'Working Class Culture, Family Life and Domestic Violence on Clydeside', in Scottish Tradition, (vol. 27, 2002) p. 62. Retrieved from
http://www.electricscotland.com/ssf/Scot%20Trad%202002.pdf

30. Quote from a full transcript of an interview with Janice Galloway which appeared in The List, 4 September, 2008. Available from
http://www.list.co.uk/article/12459-janice-galloway-interview-full-transcript/

Chapter 8

1. For an introduction to Self-Determination Theory's concept of human needs see Edward L. Deci and  Richard M. Ryan, 'The "What" and "Why" of Goal Pursuits: Human needs and the self-determination of behaviour' in Psychological Inquiry, (vol. 11, no. 4, 2000), 227-268. Retrieved from
http://www.updatenet.net/images/7/75/Selbstbestimmung_Deci_Ryan_2000.pdf

Chapter 10

22. See Scottish Government, 'Literature Review of the NEET Group', 2005. Retrieved from www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2005/10/27175707/57078

Chapter 11

17. Quote from a full transcript of an interview with Janice Galloway which appeared in The List, 4 September, 2008. Available from
http://www.list.co.uk/article/12459-janice-galloway-interview-full-transcript/

19. 'The Scottish Diaspora and Diaspora Strategy', Scottish Government Report, May, 2009. Retrieved from
http://www.nuim.ie/nirsa/diaspora/PDFs/Scottish%20Diaspora%20Strategy%20Lessons%20from%20Ireland.pdf

Chapter 12

1. George Albee interview entitled 'Focus on the Growing Efficacy of Prevention Programs' in Lifelines, Journal of Centre for Study of Health Disparities (Volume 1, Fall 1999). Retrieved from
http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Human_Development_Center/pubs/l1georgealbee.html

2. There has now been considerable research on attachment. Two websites contain considerable information: www.attachmentnetwork.org and also
www.richardatkins.co.uk

6. For a good overview of this literature see Alan Sinclair's report for the Work Foundation, '0-5 How Small Children Can Make A Big Difference', (2007). Retrieved from
http://www.centreforconfidence.co.uk/projects.php?p=cGlkPTYw

8. See Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's report on ACE Study and the prevalence rates at www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/ace/prevalence.htm

9. Vincent J. A. Felitti et al, 'Relationship of Childhood Abuse and Household Dysfunction to Many of the Leading Causes of Deaths in Adults; The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study' in American Journal of Preventive Medicine, (vol. 14, issue 4) 245-258. Retrieved from
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9635069?dopt=Abstract

10. Vincent J. Felitti, 'The Relationship of Adverse Childhood Experience to Adult Health: Turning gold into lead', retrieved from ACE Study website: www.acestudy.org/aboutus.html

11. See Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's report on ACE Study and the prevalence rates at www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/ace/prevalence.htm

12 The ACE questionnaires for males and females can be retrieved from:
www.acestudy.org/aboutus.html

25. Robert Anda, 'The Health and Social Impact of Growing Up with Adverse Childhood Experiences: The human and economic costs of the status quo', retrieved from www.acestudy.org/aboutus.html

29. See the Scottish Government's website on how 'Scotland Performs'. Retrieved from
www.scotland.gov.uk/About/scotPerforms/purposes/productivity

Chapter 13

8. Alasdair Gray's 'Personal Curriculum Vitae' p. 2. Retrieved from
www.alasdairgray.co.uk/gray_per_cv.htm

24. Quote from Alasdair Gray in interview with Mark Axlerod in The Review of Contemporary Fiction (Illinois, Summer, 1995). It is questionnaire F on his official website and can be retrieved from:
http://www.alasdairgray.co.uk/contents.htm

25. Alasdair Gray used this quote from Chekhov in an interview with Lidia Vianu in 2000. It is questionnaire h on his official website and can be retrieved from:
http://www.alasdairgray.co.uk/contents.htm

33. Quote from a full transcript of an interview with J. Galloway, The List, 4 September, 2008.  Available from
http://www.list.co.uk/article/12459-janice-galloway-interview-full-transcript/

Chapter 14

14. James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling, 'Broken Windows: The policy and neighbourhood safety' in The Atlantic Monthly, March 1982. Retrieved from The Atlantic Online www.theatlantic.com/doc/print/198203/broken-windows

Chapter 15

2. The main report is 'Dame Carol Black's review of the health of Britain's working age population' published in 2008 as 'Working for a healthier tomorrow'. Other reports and responses from the Westminster  Governments and other organisations are also available. www.workingforhealth.gov.uk/Resources/Downloads-and-tools/Default.aspx  The Scottish Government's response to Dame Carol Black's review can be found at
www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Health/workingage-1/Response-1

4. 'Quality and Equity in Schooling in Scotland', OECD Reviews of National Policies for Education Examiners' Report', (OECD, 2007), p. 6. Retrieved from http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/2/50/39744132.pdf

10. For a detailed overview of the impact of living in a one parent family without a father see Rebecca O'Neill, 'Experiments in Living: The fatherless family', (Civitas, 2002). Retrieved from
http://www.civitas.org.uk/pubs/experiments.php

13. David Webster, 'Scotland's Family Structures', paper presented at a Public Health Information Network for Scotland Seminar, (September, 2006), p. 2. Retrieved from
http://www.scotpho.org.uk/nmsruntime/saveasdialog.asp?lID=3465&sID=2902

15. Unicef, 'An Overview of Child Well-being in Rich Countries', (Report from Unicef Innocenti Research Centre, Report Card 7, 2007), gives comparative data on lone parent families. For unemployment figures for European countries and cities see www.indexmundi.com or www.urbanaudit.org

17. The UK economist who had undertaken most research on the benefits of marriage to individuals is Professor Andrew J. Oswald at the University of Warwick and he has written a number of relevant papers. The two I have drawn on most in this section are: Chris M. Wilson and Andrew J. Oswald, 'How Does Marriage Affect Physical and Psychological Health?: A survey of the longitudinal evidence'. The Warwick Economics Research Papers 728 (2005) and can be retrieved from www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/research/workingpapers/publications/twerp728.pdf and Jonathan Gardner and Andrew Oswald, 'Is it Money or Marriage that Keeps People Alive?' (2002) and retrievable from
http://en.scientificcommons.org/43264642

39. For international figures see Ofcom International Communications Market report 2009; the figures on Glasgow are cited in 'A Social Capital Framework and Assessment for Glasgow: Final report (GCPH, 2006)' page 15. http://www.gcph.co.uk/content/view/17/34/

43. 'Being Young in Scotland 2007', (MRUK report for YouthLink Scotland). Retrieved from http://www.youthlink.co.uk/webs/245/documents/BYISreport2007.pdf

47. Elaine Duncan, 'Final Report on Positive Psychology Interventions in the Community of Wellhouse, Scotland', 2009. Retrieved from
www.localpeopleleading.co.uk/on-the-ground/back-briefings/607/

48. You can listen to Dr Harry Burns outline what he sees as the link between hopelessness and ill health and view his slides on-line at www.centreforconfidence.co.uk/pp/audio.php?p=c2lkPTQ=#13

50. This is based on unpublished empirical research conducted by the Centre for Confidence and Well-being involving more than 5,000 young people and will soon be available on the site. Email the Centre for details.

54. The Centre for Confidence and Well-being is collecting evidence on what makes for a good life in its web-based 'Flourishing Lives' project. This includes summaries of evidence supporting the conclusions in this chapter: www.centreforconfidence.co.uk/flourishing-lives.php

Chapter 16


3. The summary in this and following pages on the correlations between self-esteem and various outcomes in life come mainly from Roy Baumeister et al, ‘Does high self-esteem cause better performance, interpersonal success, happiness or healthier lifestyles? in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, Vol. 4. No 1, May, 2003. Retrieved from http://www.psychologicalscience.org/journals/pspi/pdf/pspi411.pdf

17. See my 2007 critique of the UK Government's initiative on emotional literacy in schools 'The potential dangers of a systematic, explicit approach to teaching social and emotional skills (SEAL)' which can be retrieved from: www.centreforconfidence.co.uk/projects.php?pid=56

Chapter 17

9. Alan Sinclair, '0-5 How Small Children Can Make A Big Difference'.
http://www.theworkfoundation.com/research/publications/publicationdetail.aspx?oItemId=26

10. Health in Scotland 2007: Report by the Chief Medical Officer (Scottish Government, 2008)
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/26155748/4

 
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