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Welcome to UWE Bristol Research Repository

The Research Repository is an open access online repository providing a central record of the University's research output as well as immediate access to the full text. It covers the whole range of UWE Bristol's output including books, book chapters, conference papers, images and journal articles.

Contact the team for more information at repository@uwe.ac.uk



Latest Additions

Editorial: The accelerating pace of environmental change (2022)
Journal Article
Everard, M., & Donnan, A. (2022). Editorial: The accelerating pace of environmental change. Environmental Scientist, June 2022, 2

This Editorial prefaces a special edition celbrating 50 years since the UN 'Stockholm Conference', founding of UNEP and publication of the seminal 'Limits to Growth' study by the Club of Rome, looking ahead to future challenges

Introduction: The 1970s and all that... (2022)
Journal Article
Everard, M. (2022). Introduction: The 1970s and all that... Environmental Scientist, 4-9

This Introduction opens a special edition celbrating 50 years since the UN 'Stockholm Conference', founding of UNEP and publication of the seminal 'Limits to Growth' study by the Club of Rome, looking ahead to future challenges

Representing bodies and bathing machines: Jane Austen’s Sanditon and Andrew Davies’s 2019 ITV adaptation (2022)
Journal Article
Ballinger, G. (2022). Representing bodies and bathing machines: Jane Austen’s Sanditon and Andrew Davies’s 2019 ITV adaptation. Humanities, 11(4), Article 81. https://doi.org/10.3390/h11040081

Jane Austen’s final novel fragment Sanditon has inspired continuations of many kinds from the mid-nineteenth century onwards. The most recent literary afterlife it has generated is the 2019 British adaptation for ITV, created by Andrew Davies, and wi... Read More about Representing bodies and bathing machines: Jane Austen’s Sanditon and Andrew Davies’s 2019 ITV adaptation.

Community psychology: A bridge for psychotherapy and social justice (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Hadjiosif, M. (2017, January). Community psychology: A bridge for psychotherapy and social justice. Presented at CONFER - Working with the unseen, London, UK

Community psychology is a recently re-invigorated branch of applied psychology that challenges psychology’s heretofore claims to political neutrality. Community psychologists work in diverse settings and are sensitised by a social justice agenda that... Read More about Community psychology: A bridge for psychotherapy and social justice.