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Governance capacity and regionalist dynamics (2006)
Journal Article
Christopoulos, D. C., & Christopoulos, D. (2006). Governance capacity and regionalist dynamics. Regional and Federal Studies, 16(4), 363-383. https://doi.org/10.1080/13597560600988997

The debate on the effects of regionalism and European integration on European nation states has been prominent for more than a decade. Regionalization of EU states has not brought with it genuine regional autonomy and regionalism has not emerged as a... Read More about Governance capacity and regionalist dynamics.

Theory and practice: Psychoanalytic sociology as psycho-social studies (2006)
Journal Article
Clarke, S. (2006). Theory and practice: Psychoanalytic sociology as psycho-social studies. Sociology, 40(6), 1153-1169. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038506069855

Over the past few years there has been an increasing interest in the use of psychoanalytic ideas within a sociological framework. These ideas have been largely developed within sociological theory rather than practice. There does, however, seem to be... Read More about Theory and practice: Psychoanalytic sociology as psycho-social studies.

The romantic poets and higher education (2006)
Presentation / Conference
Jarvis, R. (2006, November). The romantic poets and higher education. Presented at Inaugural Professorial Lecture

This inaugural professorial lecture begins by describing what it was like to be a student at Oxford or Cambridge – then the only universities in England – in the late eighteenth century, exploring contemporary debates on their failings and tracing th... Read More about The romantic poets and higher education.

An illustration of how research can generate research: Examining the progression of ideas and concepts used throughout a series of related research projects (2006)
Presentation / Conference
Thirkell, P. (2006, November). An illustration of how research can generate research: Examining the progression of ideas and concepts used throughout a series of related research projects. Paper presented at Sensuous Knowledge 3 An International Working Conference on Fundamental Problems of Artistic Research and Development: Developing a Discourse

Creating and managing digital archives relating to the history and technique of print (2006)
Presentation / Conference
Hill, V. (2006, October). Creating and managing digital archives relating to the history and technique of print. Poster presented at Digital Futures 2006: Imaging, Archives & Collections

To manage the construction of a digital archive effectively, fundamental issues need to be addressed. These principally revolve around the consideration of how the underpinning architecture and design of the archive will work. For example – questions... Read More about Creating and managing digital archives relating to the history and technique of print.

Bordering (2006)
Exhibition / Performance
Jones, R. L., & Francis, J. L. (2008). Bordering. [DVD]. 7 October 2006 - 8 November 2006. (Unpublished)

Performance, workshop and exhibition Qube Gallery, Oswestry. 7 October - 8 November 2006. Bordering is an interdisciplinary research project that combines cultural geography with artistic practice to creatively explore the relationship between identi... Read More about Bordering.

Identity, life history and commitment to welfare (2006)
Journal Article
Mayo, M., Jimenez, L., Hoggett, P., Beedell, P., Jiminez, L., Mayo, M., & Miller, C. (2006). Identity, life history and commitment to welfare. Journal of Social Policy, 35(4), 689-704. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0047279406000146

Using detailed extracts from two life histories, this article examines the nature of the personal identifications that often underpin the commitment of welfare workers to their jobs. We explore the paradox that it is those identifications such as cla... Read More about Identity, life history and commitment to welfare.

The diversity of digital print technologies used in the creation of high quality Fine Art (2006)
Journal Article
Hoskins, S. (2006). The diversity of digital print technologies used in the creation of high quality Fine Art

The Centre for Fine Print Research in Bristol UK undertakes research into print technologies from the traditional 19th Century to the latest digital capture and print. Outcomes of this research are often realised in collaborative projects with well-k... Read More about The diversity of digital print technologies used in the creation of high quality Fine Art.

Digitally print technologies and their relation to vitreous enamel on metal for the visual artist (2006)
Book
Hoskins, S., & Turrell, E. C. (2006). Digitally print technologies and their relation to vitreous enamel on metal for the visual artist. NIP22: International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies

The Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England has recently installed a large-scale kiln for firing enamel on metal panels used in public art projects. This has necessitated research into methods of transferring digital p... Read More about Digitally print technologies and their relation to vitreous enamel on metal for the visual artist.

Digital fabrication techniques in art/craft and designer/maker ceramics (2006)
Book Chapter
Huson, D. (2006). Digital fabrication techniques in art/craft and designer/maker ceramics. In Digital Fabrication 2006, 172-175. Society for Imaging Science and Technology

While the development of Rapid Prototyping and Digital Fabrication technologies has transformed the production of models and prototypes in the industrial ceramics world, the use of these techniques in Art/Craft and Designer/Maker ceramics has been mi... Read More about Digital fabrication techniques in art/craft and designer/maker ceramics.

Relational attributes of political entrepreneurs: A network perspective (2006)
Journal Article
Christopoulos, D. C., & Christopoulos, D. (2006). Relational attributes of political entrepreneurs: A network perspective. Journal of European Public Policy, 13(5), 757-778. https://doi.org/10.1080/13501760600808964

Political entrepreneurs are identified by personal characteristics similar to economic entrepreneurs, i.e. intellectual ability, good knowledge of their domain, team building skills, reputation, extensive networks, strategic vision and tenacity. Poli... Read More about Relational attributes of political entrepreneurs: A network perspective.

Britain and the Commonwealth Caribbean: Policy under New Labour (2006)
Journal Article
Clegg, P. (2006). Britain and the Commonwealth Caribbean: Policy under New Labour. Round Table, 95(385), 411-423. https://doi.org/10.1080/00358530600748218

The relationship between Britain and the countries of the Commonwealth Caribbean has been defined largely by declining interest and disengagement since the process of decolonization began in 1962. Occasionally Britain was obliged to re-engage with th... Read More about Britain and the Commonwealth Caribbean: Policy under New Labour.

Institutional implications of global justice as impartiality: Cosmopolitan democracy (2006)
Journal Article
Van Den Anker, C. (2006). Institutional implications of global justice as impartiality: Cosmopolitan democracy. Global Society, 20(3), 267-285. https://doi.org/10.1080/13600820600816274

This article develops an argument on the type of implications a theory of global justice as impartiality would generate for global institutions. The main conclusion is that a theory of citizenship including political obligations towards fellow citize... Read More about Institutional implications of global justice as impartiality: Cosmopolitan democracy.