Evaluation and Governing in the 21st Century: Disciplinary measures, transformative possibilities (Palgave Macmillan, 2016; in production)
● Duffy, D. (forthcoming - 2016) “‘Get on your feet, get happy’: Emotional governance in the Age of Austerity”, in: Kelly, P. and Pike, J. (eds) Neoliberalism, Austerity and the Moral Economies of Young People’s Health and Well-being, Palgrave Macmillan
● Duffy, D. (2014) “Disruption, Disassembling and Unthinking: Youth Work’s Lessons for Critical Youth Studies”, in: Kelly, P. and Kemp, A. (eds) A Critical Youth Studies for the 21st Century, Brill
Peer-reviewed journal articles
● Duffy, D. (2016 - in press) “Scientism, governance and evaluation: Challenging the ‘good science’ of the UK evaluation agenda for youth work”, Youth & Policy
● Stafford, B., Roberts, S. and Duffy, D. (2012) “Delivering employment services to vulnerable customers: A case study of the UK’s employment service”, Social Policy and Society, Vol. 11, Iss. 4, pp. 495-506
● Duffy, D. (2009), "Alienated Radicals and Detached Deviants: How can the lessons of the 1970 Falls Curfew and the alienation-radicalisation hypothesis influence current British counter-terrorist policies?", Policy Studies, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 127-142
● Duffy, D. (2009), “A New Deal for Political Space: What effect could space have on attitudes to the New Deal for Communities?”, People, Policy and Place Online, Vol. 1, No. 3
Selected research publications
● Ferguson, H., Gates, P. and Duffy, D. (2011) Young Fathers and Home-Visitation Programmes, Child and Family Research Centre for the Nottingham Family Nurse Partnership
● Duffy, D., Roberts, S. and Stafford, B. (2010) Accessing Jobcentre Plus Services, Department for Work and Pensions
● Stafford, B., Roberts, S., Duffy, D., Ross, J. and Unell, J., (2009) Literature Review on the Impact of Family Breakdown on Children: A report to the European Commission, International Centre for Public and Social Policy, Nottingham
● Stafford, B. and Duffy, D. (2009), Effect of Economic Downturn on Disadvantaged Groups: A Review of the Evidence, Department for Work and Pensions Working Paper
● Duffy, D., Platts-Fowler, D., and Wells, P. (2008), NDC Elections: a significant event for Partnerships and Communities?, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Department for Communities and Local Government
● Duffy, D. Missing Frustration: Young people’s emotional education and the necessity of anger, Journal of Youth Studies Conference, University of Copenhagen, March 30th- April 2nd 2015 (Peer review process)
● Duffy, D., Disruption, Disassembling and Unthinking: Youth Work’s Lessons for Critical Youth Studies, Journal of Youth Studies Conference, University of Glasgow, April 8th – 11th 2013 (Peer review process)
● Duffy, D., Invisibility, collectivity and being a legion: Blogging human rights, Politics Since the Millennium Post-Graduate Conference, University of Nottingham, April 4th 2011 (general Call for Papers)
● Duffy, D., Permission after Respect: Informal youth work and the impact of assessment through regulatory success, European Consortium on Political Research Standing Committee on Regulatory Governance Annual Conference, University College Dublin June 17th-20th 2010 (Peer review process)
DN. Duffy (2017). Evaluation and Governing in the 21st Century: Disciplinary Measures, Transformative Possibilities. Palgrave Macmillan.
D. Duffy, C. Pierson, C. Myerscough, D. Urquhart, L. Earner-Byrne (2018). Abortion, emotions, and health provision: Explaining health care professionals' willingness to provide abortion care using affect theory. Women's Studies International Forum. 71, pp.12-18.
DN. Duffy (2017). Scientism, governance and evaluation: Challenging the ‘good science’ of the UK evaluation agenda for youth work. Youth and Policy. 116, pp.45-61.
DN. Duffy (2016). Time to look in/at anger: considerations on the position and policing of young people’s anger. Journal of Youth Studies. 20(1), pp.1-15.
D. Duffy (2009). Alienated radicals and detached deviants: what do the lessons of the 1970 Falls Curfew and the alienation–radicalisation hypothesis mean for current British approaches to counter-terrorism?. Policy Studies. 30(2), pp.127-142.
D. Duffy (2017). 4 Get on Your Feet, Get Happy: Happiness and the Affective Governing of Young People in the Age of Austerity. In: Neoliberalism, Austerity, and the Moral Economies of Young People’s Health and Well-being. Palgrave Macmillan UK, pp.87-101.
DN. Duffy (2016). ‘Get on your feet, get happy’: Emotional governance in the Age of Austerity. P. Kelly, J. Pike. In: Neoliberalism, Austerity and the Moral Economies of Young People’s Health and Well-being. Palgrave Macmillan,
DN. Duffy (2014). Disruption, Disassembling and Unthinking: 21st Century Youth Work in England and Some Lessons for Critical Youth Studies. P. Kelly, A. Kemp. In: A Critical Youth Studies for the 21st Century. Leiden: Brill, pp.509-523.
Educational Spaces of Alterity Conference, University of Nottingham, 24th April 2011
2015 - Wellcome Trust Humanities and Social Science Seed Fund, £24,853; Project title: The Liverpool-Ireland Abortion Corridor: Between history, activism and medical practice (Principle Investigator)
2011 - Social Enterprise Unit (University of Nottingham) in conjunction with Nottingham Community Housing Association, £1000 (Principle Investigator)
2010 - Centre for Integrative Teaching, University of Nottingham, £5000; Project title: Nottingham Critical Pedagogy Group (Co-Investigator with Dr. Sara Motta, Dr. David Bell and Dr. Heather Watkins)
2009 - School of Politics and International Relations, University of Nottingham PhD Studentship (fees only)
2009 - International Office, University of Nottingham, European Union Postgraduate Award (fees or fees-equivalent)