Stanley, T. and Guru, S. (2017) A risky time for Muslim families: Professionalized counter-radicalisation networks. Journal of Social Work Practice, in print.
Awan, I. and Guru, S. (2016) Parents of foreign ‘terrorist’ fighters in Syria – will they report their young? Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2016.1206588
Stanley, T. and Guru, S. (2015) Childhood Radicalisation Risk: An Emerging Practice Issue, Practice: Social Work in Action http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09503153.2015.1053858
Guru, S. (2013) Bleak future lies in wait for the families of Woolwich suspects, The Conversation, http://theconversation.com/bleak-future-lies-in-wait-for-the-families-of-woolwich-suspects-14650
Duffy, J., Ramon, S., Guru, S., Lindsay, J., Cemlyn, S. and Nuttman-Shwartz, O. (2013) Developing a social work curriculum on political conflict: findings from an IASSW-funded project, European Journal of Social Work, DOI:10.1080/13691457.2012.757215
Guru, S, (2012) Under Siege: Families of Counter-Terrorism, British Journal of Social Work, Vol. 42 (6) pp 1151-1173. http://bjsw.oxfordjournals.org/content/42/6/1151.full.pdf+html
Guru, S. (2012) Reflection on research: Families affected by counter-terrorism in the UK, International Social Work, 55:5:689-703.
Allen, C. and Guru, S. (2012) Between a Political Fad and Political Empowerment: A Critical Evaluation of the National Muslim Women's Advisory Group (NMWAG) and Governmental Processes of Engaging Muslim Women, Sociological Research Online, 17 (3) 17 < http://www.socresonline.org.uk/17/3/17.html > 10.5153/sro.2672
Guru. S. (2012) Migration and Refugees, Curriculum Guide for Social Work, produced in partnership to support curriculum development in initial social work education. The College of Social Work.
Guru, S. (2010) Social Work and the ‘War on Terror’, British Journal of Social Work. Br J Soc Work, 40(1): 272-289. http://bjsw.oxfordjournals.org/content/40/1/272.full.pdf+html
Guru, S. (2009) Divorce: Obstacles & Opportunities, South Asian Women in Britain, The Sociological Review, 57 (2): 285-305.
Guru, S. (2006) Working with Asian Perpetrators of Domestic Violence — The British Experience, Practice, Vol. 18 (3) 153-166.
Guru, S. (2003) Transmission and Transformation of Asian Femininity in Everyday Life, (2003) Everyday Cultures Working Papers, National Everyday Cultures Programme, Open University, Everyday Culture Programme.
A. Davis, HJ Rogers, S Guru, M Barnes, L Lewis, (2002) Women-only and Women-Sensitive Mental Health Services. An expert Paper, Department of Health, 66 pages. Publication 11182
Guru, S. (1986) ‘An Asian Women’s Refuge in Birmingham,’ in Social Work with Black Children and their Families (ed). S. Ahmed; J. Cheetham, Batsford Publications.
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