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Water-based screenprinting (2007)
Book
Hoskins, S. (2007). Water-based screenprinting. A & C Black

Water based screen-printing became an imperative with the introduction of new health and safety legislation. Hoskins undertook a survey of all the ink available up to 2001. Based on applied research undertaken from 1997-2001 this volume consolidates... Read More about Water-based screenprinting.

A politeness-theoretic approach to pragmatico-semantic change (2007)
Journal Article
Beeching, K. (2007). A politeness-theoretic approach to pragmatico-semantic change. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 8(1), 69-108. https://doi.org/10.1075/jhp.8.1.05bee

This paper posits that certain "qualificatory" semantic primes are recruited to serve face-management needs in a metonymic Meaning1>Meaning2 relationship at what Traugott and Dasher (2002) have called the inter-subjective, non-truth-conditional, proc... Read More about A politeness-theoretic approach to pragmatico-semantic change.

Contested memories: Contested site': Newfoundland and its unique heritage on the Western front (2007)
Journal Article
Gough, P. (2007). Contested memories: Contested site': Newfoundland and its unique heritage on the Western front. Round Table, 96(393), 693-705. https://doi.org/10.1080/00358530701634275

The Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial is a 16.5 hectare (40 acre) tract of preserved battleground dedicated primarily to the memory of the 1st Newfoundland Regiment, who suffered an extremely high percentage of casualties during the first day of t... Read More about Contested memories: Contested site': Newfoundland and its unique heritage on the Western front.

Temporal finitude and finitude of possibility: The double meaning of death in being and time (2007)
Journal Article
Carel, H. (2007). Temporal finitude and finitude of possibility: The double meaning of death in being and time. International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 15(4), 541-556. https://doi.org/10.1080/09672550701602916

The confusion surrounding Heidegger's account of death in Being and Time has led to severe criticisms, some of which dismiss his analysis as incoherent and obtuse. I argue that Heidegger's critics err by equating Heidegger's concept of death with our... Read More about Temporal finitude and finitude of possibility: The double meaning of death in being and time.

A 'pataphysics engine: Technology, play, and realities (2007)
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Giddings, S. (2007). A 'pataphysics engine: Technology, play, and realities. Games and Culture, 2(4), 392-404. https://doi.org/10.1177/1555412007309534

This article plays a game with Jean Baudrillard's thought and the intellectual traditions on which it draws. Or rather, it plays Baudrillard's game but with a cheat code. The game or program here is the hyperreality of the contemporary world-Baudrill... Read More about A 'pataphysics engine: Technology, play, and realities.

Female friendship, idealisation and the "need" for violence in Crush (2007)
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Gordon, S. (2007). Female friendship, idealisation and the "need" for violence in Crush. Feminist Media Studies, 7(2), 171-187. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680770701286987

This article develops a feminist critical approach capable of responding to the uniquely pessimistic portrayal of female friendship in Crush (Alison Maclean 1992, NZ). Crush questions the possibility of supportive or empathetic relationships, disclos... Read More about Female friendship, idealisation and the "need" for violence in Crush.

War, industrial mobilisation and society in Northern Ireland, 1939-1945 (2007)
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Ollerenshaw, P. (2007). War, industrial mobilisation and society in Northern Ireland, 1939-1945. Contemporary European History, 16(2), 169-197. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0960777307003773

Archive-based regional studies can contribute much that is new to the economic, political and social history of the Second World War. This paper considers the process of industrial mobilisation in Northern Ireland, a politically divided region which... Read More about War, industrial mobilisation and society in Northern Ireland, 1939-1945.

A sack in the sand: Photography in the age of information (2007)
Journal Article
Lister, M. (2007). A sack in the sand: Photography in the age of information. Convergence, 13(3), 251-274. https://doi.org/10.1177/1354856507079176

Throughout the 1990s the relationship between culture and technology was sharply focused in a debate about whether digital technologies signalled the death or radical displacement of photography. The case for the cultural continuity of photography ce... Read More about A sack in the sand: Photography in the age of information.

Cool Britannia? British political drama in the 1990's (2007)
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D'Monté, R., & Saunders, G. (2007). Cool Britannia? British political drama in the 1990's. Palgrave Macmillan

The 1990's were a defining moment for British theatre history. Drawing on new research and existing studies, this is a readable introduction to the variety of evolving and often contraditory styles of political drama that emerged during this decade.... Read More about Cool Britannia? British political drama in the 1990's.

After the war was over: The civilian return to Leningrad (2007)
Journal Article
White, E. (2007). After the war was over: The civilian return to Leningrad. Europe-Asia Studies, 59(7), 1145-1161. https://doi.org/10.1080/09668130701607128

This article focuses on the civilian return to Leningrad after the end of the Blockade and in the immediate post-war period. It examines how the authorities tried to control movement back to the city but proved to be overwhelmed by vast numbers of ci... Read More about After the war was over: The civilian return to Leningrad.

Symbolic reparation, heritage and political transition in South Africa's eastern cape (2007)
Journal Article
Flynn, M. K., & King, T. (2007). Symbolic reparation, heritage and political transition in South Africa's eastern cape. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 13(6), 462-477. https://doi.org/10.1080/13527250701570671

This article first examines the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's recommendation of symbolic reparation for apartheid, and its effect on South African heritage. Second, it considers the relationship between public history and civic nation buildin... Read More about Symbolic reparation, heritage and political transition in South Africa's eastern cape.

Investigating the mechanisms of pattern replication in language convergence (2007)
Journal Article
Sakel, J., & Matras, Y. (2007). Investigating the mechanisms of pattern replication in language convergence. Studies in Language, 31(4), 829-865. https://doi.org/10.1075/sl.31.4.05mat

This publication is an important contribution to language contact theory. Taking a typological perspective to contact-induced change, the authors investigate the ways in which grammatical structures from one language can be integrated into another. T... Read More about Investigating the mechanisms of pattern replication in language convergence.

Modelling and assessing vocabulary knowledge (2007)
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Daller, H., Milton, J., & Treffers-Daller, J. (2007). Modelling and assessing vocabulary knowledge. Cambridge University Press

This book is published in The Cambridge Applied Linguistics Series, one of the world leading series in Applied Linguistics. It is based on contributions of leading researchers at a BAAL/ CUP seminar on vocabulary knowledge and testing held at UWE, Br... Read More about Modelling and assessing vocabulary knowledge.