David Rowlands

David Rowlands
University of Leeds · School of Law

Doctor of Philosophy

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While the phenomenon has been researched for more than half a century, the vast majority of studies concentrate on manifestations of psychopathy in offenders already in the criminal justice system. However, both academics and practitioners in the field agree that psychopathic behaviors differ from those of the general population (Hare, 1996; O’Tool...
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The policing of peaceful public assembly during the Covid-19 pandemic has been one of the most central challenges to police legitimacy. This is arguably because mass gatherings are assumed to carry a high risk of contagion yet, at the same time, peaceful public assembly is a protected human right. In this article, we explore this issue by using a c...
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Though narrative studies have provided important insights on addiction and recovery, social desirability and self-protective factors may limit the richness and relevance of standard “life story” accounts. In marginalized populations, the “Life as Film” (LAAF) procedure has proved useful for addressing these concerns. Building on this literature, th...
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The policing of peaceful public assembly during the Covid-19 pandemic has been one of the most central challenges to the legitimacy of policing. This is arguably because mass gatherings are associated with a high risk of contagion yet, at the same time, peaceful public assembly is a protected human right. In this paper we explore this juxtaposition...
Conference Paper
Introduction Colorectal stenting provides an option for treating and preventing BO, improving symptoms while occasionally bridging to surgery for colorectal cancer (CRC). NICE suggests self-expanding metal stent (SEMS) for the initial management of left sided CRC causing acute BO while ESGE advises SEMS as palliation tool in malignant obstruction o...
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Background/Aims Research highlights a relationship between cognitive complexity and coping capacity. Narrative studies with psychiatric patients show that development of more complex ideas about self, others, and situations facilitates positive responsiveness to psychosocial challenges. Extending this line of inquiry, the present study examines the...
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Background Recent “Life as a film” (LAAF) studies demonstrate a relationship between themes of agency and communion in life stories and substance misuse recovery, contrasting with theme deficits in addicted populations, suggesting pathways to positive identity change. The present study aims to elucidate other key constructs differentiating recovery...
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Background: Research in the field of substance misuse shows that identity change is key to recovery. Theories typically focus on either personal or social factors in this process; however, a framework encompassing agency and communion has proved useful in understanding narratives in similar populations. Objectives: The study proposes that agency an...
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Background: Current models of identity transformation in substance misuse recovery emphasise either communal or agentic growth processes. Building on life narrative studies of addicted males, the present study proposes that agency and communion themes distinguish the narrative identities of rehabilitated substance users from active users. Method:...
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Background: Narrative research shows that identity change is key to recovery from substance misuse. Theories have focused on either personal or social factors in this process. A framework encompassing Agency and Communion has been useful in understanding narratives in similar populations. Objectives: The study proposes that substance misuse and rec...

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Reveal narrative themes and forms differentiating substance misuse from recovery to expand current models and interventions.