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Navigating safety by design education: A framework of diffusion and implementation barriers (2024)
Book Chapter
Umeokafor, N., Windapo, A., Umar, T., & Ibrahim, C. K. I. C. (in press). Navigating safety by design education: A framework of diffusion and implementation barriers. In Drivers of Continuous Improvement in Construction Health, Safety, and Wellbeing. Taylor and Francis

In this study, a framework of the barriers to design for safety (DfS) education and training diffusion in architecture engineering and construction has been developed using the literature review, and some improvement strategies are outlined This stem... Read More about Navigating safety by design education: A framework of diffusion and implementation barriers.

Artificial intelligence for occupational health and safety management in construction (2023)
Book Chapter
Perera, S., Paton-Cole, V., Gao, S., Francis, V., Urhal, P., Manu, P., …Babalola, A. (2023). Artificial intelligence for occupational health and safety management in construction. In P. Manu, S. Gao, P. J. S. Bartolo, V. Francis, & A. Sawhney (Eds.), Handbook of Construction Safety, Health and Well-being in the Industry 4.0 Era (154-168). London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003213796-15

Reducing occupational safety and health (OSH) incidents has been an area of significant importance to the construction industry. The industry remains one of the most dangerous, with significant occupational fatalities and injuries. Artificial intelli... Read More about Artificial intelligence for occupational health and safety management in construction.

Developing Industry 4.0 applications - A social construction of technology approach (2023)
Book Chapter
Collinge, W. H., Osorio-Sandoval, C. A., Manu, P., & Cheung, C. (2023). Developing Industry 4.0 applications - A social construction of technology approach. In P. Manu, S. Gao, P. Jorge Silva Bartolo, V. Francis, & A. Sawhney (Eds.), Handbook of Construction Safety, Health and Well-being in the Industry 4.0 Era (42-51). London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003213796-5

The design and development of Industry 4.0 applications requires focused research work and close collaboration with the industry. Such an approach requires a balance between technical work and social interactions with industry partners: a social cons... Read More about Developing Industry 4.0 applications - A social construction of technology approach.

The confluence of Industry 4.0 and construction occupational safety, health and well-being (2023)
Book Chapter
Manu, P., Gao, S., Da Silva Bartolo, P. J., Francis, V., & Sawhney, A. (2023). The confluence of Industry 4.0 and construction occupational safety, health and well-being. In P. Manu, S. Gao, P. J. D. S. Bartolo, V. Francis, & A. Sawhney (Eds.), Handbook of Construction Safety, Health and Well-being in the Industry 4.0 Era (1-14). London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003213796-1

Globally, the construction sector accounts for more than100,000 occupational fatalities annually. There is an urgent need to improve the poor occupational safety, health and well-being (OSHW) outlook of the construction sector. The advent of the four... Read More about The confluence of Industry 4.0 and construction occupational safety, health and well-being.

Investigating the accident causal influence of construction project features using sequential exploratory mixed methods design (2023)
Book Chapter
Manu, P. (2024). Investigating the accident causal influence of construction project features using sequential exploratory mixed methods design. In J. Akotia, B. Osita Awuzie, & C. Egbu (Eds.), Mixed Methods Research Design for the Built Environment (160-171). Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003204046-12

Accidents are commonplace on construction sites. Over the years, improvement efforts have included studies aimed at identifying the causal factors in construction accidents in order that appropriate mitigation measures can be implemented. This chapte... Read More about Investigating the accident causal influence of construction project features using sequential exploratory mixed methods design.

Bacteriophage taxonomy: A continually evolving discipline (2023)
Book Chapter
Adriaenssens, E. M., Turner, D., Lehman, S. M., Adriaenssens, E. M., Lehman, S. M., Kropinski, A. M., …Kropinski, A. M. (2023). Bacteriophage taxonomy: A continually evolving discipline. In J. Azeredo, & S. Sillankorva (Eds.), In Bacteriophage Therapy: From Lab to Clinical Practice (27-45). Humana Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-0716-3523-0_3

While taxonomy is an often underappreciated branch of science, it serves very important roles. Bacteriophage taxonomy has evolved from a discipline based mainly on morphology, characterized by the work of David Bradley and Hans-Wolfgang Ackermann, to... Read More about Bacteriophage taxonomy: A continually evolving discipline.

Characterising redistributed manufacturing in healthcare through the lens of transdisciplinary innovation (2023)
Book Chapter
Kapletia, D., & Phillips, W. (2023). Characterising redistributed manufacturing in healthcare through the lens of transdisciplinary innovation. In M. Seyed Esfahani, & M. Halkes (Eds.), Healthcare Innovation Shaping Future Models of Delivery (243-262). World Scientific Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1142/9781800614192_0009

This chapter explores the emergence of Redistributed Manufacturing (RDM) as a disruptive system that can help address wicked or complex problems in healthcare, which cannot easily be solved by individual disciplines alone. RDM is presented as a new f... Read More about Characterising redistributed manufacturing in healthcare through the lens of transdisciplinary innovation.

Art and the schizophrenic spectrum (2023)
Book Chapter
Holt, N. (2023). Art and the schizophrenic spectrum. In P. Crawford, & P. Kadetz (Eds.), Palgrave Encyclopedia of the Health Humanities. (1). Palgrave Macmillan (part of Springer Nature). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-26825-1_20-1

There is an ‘art and health’ paradox in the literature on the schizophrenic spectrum, since features of the schizophrenic spectrum have been argued to facilitate artistic creativity (e.g., by enabling novel perspectives, images or insights), suggesti... Read More about Art and the schizophrenic spectrum.

The transmission of COVID-19 in construction: A systematic review of findings from statistical and modelling techniques (2023)
Book Chapter
Cao, R., Cheung, C., Yunusa-Kaltungo, A., Manu, P., Liu, C., & Qiao, Q. (2024). The transmission of COVID-19 in construction: A systematic review of findings from statistical and modelling techniques. In P. Manu, C. Cheung, A. Yunusa-Kaltungo, F. Emuze, T. Abreu Saurin, & B. Hadikusumo (Eds.), Construction Safety, Health and Well-being in the COVID-19 era (15-27). Taylor and Francis: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003278368-3

The COVID-19 outbreak experienced in late 2019 continues to impact work patterns significantly. The construction sector has been severely affected because of the labour-intensiveness of typical construction sites. Recent studies, particularly in epid... Read More about The transmission of COVID-19 in construction: A systematic review of findings from statistical and modelling techniques.

COVID-19 and the Ghanaian construction industry (2023)
Book Chapter
Agyekum, K., Adinyira, E., Odame Adade-Boateng, A., Manu, P., & Maame Afriyie Kumah, V. (2024). COVID-19 and the Ghanaian construction industry. In P. Manu, C. Cheung, A. Yunusa-Kaltungo, F. Emuze, T. Abreu Saurin, & B. Hadikusumo (Eds.), Construction Safety, Health and Well-being in the COVID-19 era. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003278368-16/

This chapter examines the current impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the construction industry in Ghana and the measures put in place to control the spread of the virus. The views of 223 construction industry personnel, made up of Directors, Health a... Read More about COVID-19 and the Ghanaian construction industry.

Construction safety, health and well-being in the COVID-19 era: An introduction (2023)
Book Chapter
Manu, P., Cheung, C., Yunusa-Kaltungo, A., Emuze, F., Abreu Saurin, T., Hadikusumo, B., & Reza Mohandes, S. (2024). Construction safety, health and well-being in the COVID-19 era: An introduction. In P. Manu, C. Cheung, A. Yunusa-Kaltungo, F. Emuze, & B. Hadikusumo (Eds.), Construction Safety, Health and Well-being in the COVID-19 era (1-11). Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003278368-1

Globally, the construction sector is notorious for its enormous contribution to the occurrence of occupational accidents, injuries, and illnesses. The poor outlook of occupational safety, health, and well-being (OSHW) of the construction workforce se... Read More about Construction safety, health and well-being in the COVID-19 era: An introduction.

Pandora’s Hieroglyphic Primer (2023)
Book Chapter
Bodman, S. (2023). Pandora’s Hieroglyphic Primer. In RE:Making - A Documentation of Work by Angela Lorenz (152-173). New Haven, CT, USA: the jenny-press

A response to the artwork: for RE:Making - A Documentation of Work by Angela Lorenz With essays from over 70 scholars, collectors, librarians, curators, and journalists on book artist Angela Lorenz's work from 1989 to 2022. Includes a reflection f... Read More about Pandora’s Hieroglyphic Primer.

The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability: Process, impact, and legacy (2023)
Book Chapter
McCartan, K., Wilson, R., & Kitson-Boyce, R. (2023). The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability: Process, impact, and legacy. In Covid-19 and Criminal Justice: Impact and Legacy in England and Wales. London: Routledge

COVID-19 has affected the risk management and community integration of people convicted of a sexual offense and has particularly impacted the work of Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA). This chapter will focus on empirical research conducte... Read More about The impact of COVID-19 on circles of support and accountability: Process, impact, and legacy.

A systematic review of Internet of Things applications in construction occupational safety and health management (2023)
Book Chapter
Babalola, A., Urhal, P., Manu, P., Da Silva Bartolo, P. J., Cheung, C., Yunusa-Kaltungo, A., …Paton-Cole, V. (2023). A systematic review of Internet of Things applications in construction occupational safety and health management. In P. Manu, S. Gao, P. J. S. Bartolo, V. Francis, & A. Sawhney (Eds.), Handbook of Construction Safety, Health and Well-being in the Industry 4.0 Era (283-295). London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003213796-26

The construction industry has a poor reputation for being a high-risk industry due to its poor record of occupational injuries, illnesses, and deaths globally. In recent times, the Internet of Things (IoT) as part of a suite of Industry 4.0 technolog... Read More about A systematic review of Internet of Things applications in construction occupational safety and health management.

Left feminisms: Jo Littler in conversation with Finn Mackay (2023)
Book Chapter
Mackay, F. (2023). Left feminisms: Jo Littler in conversation with Finn Mackay. In Left Feminisms: Conversations on the Personal and Political. London: Lawrence and Wishart

This book brings together a decade of interviews with key feminist academics. Through sensitive and nuanced conversations, Jo Littler brings to life actions, arguments and solutions generated by diverse feminist thinkers on the left. Beginning as... Read More about Left feminisms: Jo Littler in conversation with Finn Mackay.

The DFC: Developing nonfiction policy frameworks after COVID (2023)
Book Chapter
Presence, S. (2023). The DFC: Developing nonfiction policy frameworks after COVID. In D. Sills-Jones, & P. Kaapa (Eds.), Documentary film cultures in the age of COVID-19 (177-199). (1). Oxford: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers

This chapter is based on research conducted under the aegis of the UK Feature Docs research project (2018-20, https://ukfd.org.uk/), a three-year study of the UK’s feature-length documentary film industry funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Co... Read More about The DFC: Developing nonfiction policy frameworks after COVID.

The view from the funders: An interview with Doc Society’s Sandra Whipham and Lisa Marie Russo (2023)
Book Chapter
Presence, S., & Quigley, A. (2023). The view from the funders: An interview with Doc Society’s Sandra Whipham and Lisa Marie Russo. In D. Sills-Jones, & P. Kaapa (Eds.), Documentary film cultures in the age of COVID-19 (48-61). (1). Oxford: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers

This interview explores the pandemic from the perspective of Doc Society, the lead body for UK documentary film funding. From the outset of the crisis to the formation of the Screen Sector Taskforce and the launch of the BFI Doc Society SOS Fund, the... Read More about The view from the funders: An interview with Doc Society’s Sandra Whipham and Lisa Marie Russo.

Ethics and considering the risks of de-sensitization (2023)
Book Chapter
McCartan, K. (2023). Ethics and considering the risks of de-sensitization. In A. Eason (Ed.), The Police Officers Guide to Academic Research (73-89). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-19286-9_5

Ethical practice is nothing new for those who work in the criminal justice sector and policing has its own Code of Ethics within which police practice is framed. The ethical practices required by social researchers are of similar ilk, ensuring the re... Read More about Ethics and considering the risks of de-sensitization.

Introduction (2023)
Book Chapter
Eason, A., & McCartan, K. (2023). Introduction. In A. Eason (Ed.), The Police Officers Guide to Academic Research (1-10). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-19286-9_1

In this introduction to the book, some context to the authors is provided, their experience and positioning within the framework of policing, the College of Policing PEQF and its growing relationship with higher education and the academic arena. Each... Read More about Introduction.

‘You can’t kill the spirit’ (but you can try): Gendered contestations and contradictions at Menwith Hill Women’s Peace Camp (2023)
Book Chapter
Mackay, F. (in press). ‘You can’t kill the spirit’ (but you can try): Gendered contestations and contradictions at Menwith Hill Women’s Peace Camp. In C. Eschle, & A. Bartlett (Eds.), Feminism and Protest Camps Entanglements, Critiques and Re-Imaginings. Bristol: University of Bristol Press

In the mid-1990s Menwith Hill Women’s Peace Camp outside the US National Security Agency military base in Yorkshire was the only full-time women-only peace camp in the UK and was wo-manned by several Greenham stalwarts. From whatever background, peac... Read More about ‘You can’t kill the spirit’ (but you can try): Gendered contestations and contradictions at Menwith Hill Women’s Peace Camp.