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Towards a community of artists’ books: Extending international knowledge and debate in the field of artists’ books through practice-research (2018)
Thesis
Bodman, S. Towards a community of artists’ books: Extending international knowledge and debate in the field of artists’ books through practice-research. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/862355

ABSTRACT Towards a community of artists’ books: extending international knowledge and debate in the field of artists’ books through practice-research The field of activity in artists’ books – artworks in the form of a book - has evolved over the... Read More about Towards a community of artists’ books: Extending international knowledge and debate in the field of artists’ books through practice-research.

Analysing British sign language through the lens of systemic functional linguistics (2018)
Thesis
Rudge, L. A. Analysing British sign language through the lens of systemic functional linguistics. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/863200

Approaches to understanding language via Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) have resulted in a compendium of literature focussing on language as a ‘social semiotic.’ One such area of this literature comprises systemic functional grammars: descript... Read More about Analysing British sign language through the lens of systemic functional linguistics.

Metaphor in media discourse: Representations of ‘Arabs’ and ‘Americans' in American and Arab news media (2018)
Thesis
Kort, S. (in press). Metaphor in media discourse: Representations of ‘Arabs’ and ‘Americans' in American and Arab news media. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/883748

The present study explores the representations of ‘Arabs’ and ‘Americans’ in American and in Arab news media discourse between 2001 and 2011 through an evaluation of the metaphors used to describe each group. The study chiefly argues that metaphors i... Read More about Metaphor in media discourse: Representations of ‘Arabs’ and ‘Americans' in American and Arab news media.

The politics of 'protest heritage', 1790-1850 (2018)
Book Chapter
Poole, S. (2018). The politics of 'protest heritage', 1790-1850. In C. J. Griffin, & B. McDonagh (Eds.), In Remembering Protest in Britain Since 1500: Memory, Materiality and Landscape, (187-213). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-74243-4_8

Acts and marks of commemoration, from anniversary dinners to monuments and statues, were vital components in the production of English democratic culture in the ‘age of revolutions’. But strategies for remembering were not always consensual and refor... Read More about The politics of 'protest heritage', 1790-1850.

Rewriting the romance: Emotion work and consent in arranged marriage fanfiction (2018)
Journal Article
Popova, M. (2018). Rewriting the romance: Emotion work and consent in arranged marriage fanfiction. Journal of Popular Romance Studies, 7,

In this paper, I explore arranged marriage fanfiction stories as a space where marriage as an institution is challenged and alternative discourses around sexual consent in unequal intimate relationships are generated. Fanfiction is amateur fiction... Read More about Rewriting the romance: Emotion work and consent in arranged marriage fanfiction.

Yr ymgyrch yn parhau! (The struggle continues!): An exploration of the narratives from Wales, emerging from the Greenham Common women’s peace camps 1981-2000 (2018)
Thesis
Titcombe, E. E. Yr ymgyrch yn parhau! (The struggle continues!): An exploration of the narratives from Wales, emerging from the Greenham Common women’s peace camps 1981-2000. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/866857

In 1981, a group of women from Wales formed a protest march against the positioning of 96 nuclear weapons at an RAF base at Greenham Common. This protest subsequently developed into several women-only protest camps situated around the perimeter fence... Read More about Yr ymgyrch yn parhau! (The struggle continues!): An exploration of the narratives from Wales, emerging from the Greenham Common women’s peace camps 1981-2000.

Phonological awareness and word reading development in Acehnese-Indonesian bilinguals learning English as a third language (2018)
Thesis
Irnanda, S. Phonological awareness and word reading development in Acehnese-Indonesian bilinguals learning English as a third language. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/869379

This study investigates the phonological awareness and multi-literacy acquisitions of Indonesian-speaking children with a varied level of Acehnese spoken language experience. The study specifically looks for the possibility of metalinguistic awarenes... Read More about Phonological awareness and word reading development in Acehnese-Indonesian bilinguals learning English as a third language.

"Slight dub-con but they both wanted it hardcore": Erotic fanfiction as a form of cultural activism around sexual consent (2018)
Thesis
Popova, M. "Slight dub-con but they both wanted it hardcore": Erotic fanfiction as a form of cultural activism around sexual consent. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/869400

In this thesis I argue that the treatment of issues of sexual consent in erotic fanfiction can be viewed as a form of cultural activism. Using a combination of traditional, digital and autoethnography, as well as discourse analysis, I trace engag... Read More about "Slight dub-con but they both wanted it hardcore": Erotic fanfiction as a form of cultural activism around sexual consent.

Phonics instruction and early reading: Professional views from the classroom (2018)
Other
Hodgson, J., Buttle, H., Conridge, B., Gibbons, D., & Robinson, J. (2018). Phonics instruction and early reading: Professional views from the classroom

Debates about the most effective ways of teaching early readers have raged for more than half a century. In recent years, government in the UK and in some other English-speaking countries has promoted the teaching of “synthetic phonics” as the key to... Read More about Phonics instruction and early reading: Professional views from the classroom.

Gentrification, displacement and the arts: Untangling the relationship between arts industries and place change (2018)
Journal Article
Grodach, C., Foster, N., & Murdoch, J. (2018). Gentrification, displacement and the arts: Untangling the relationship between arts industries and place change. Urban Studies, 55(4), 807-825. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098016680169

© 2016, © Urban Studies Journal Limited 2016. The arts have long played a role in debates around gentrification and displacement, yet their roles and impacts as change agents are not clear-cut. According to the standard account, artists facilitate ge... Read More about Gentrification, displacement and the arts: Untangling the relationship between arts industries and place change.

From Zouaves Pontificaux to the volontaires de l'Ouest: Catholic volunteers and the French Nation, 1860-1910 (2018)
Journal Article
Simpson, M. (2018). From Zouaves Pontificaux to the volontaires de l'Ouest: Catholic volunteers and the French Nation, 1860-1910. Annales canadiennes d'histoire / Canadian Journal of History, 53(1), 1-28. https://doi.org/10.3138/cjh.ach.53.1.01

© 2018 University of Toronto Press. This article examines the French papal zouaves, volunteers who fought for the defence of the temporal sovereignty of the Pope in the decade 1860-1870, and their successors, the irregular Volunteers of the West. The... Read More about From Zouaves Pontificaux to the volontaires de l'Ouest: Catholic volunteers and the French Nation, 1860-1910.

‘Dogfuck rapeworld’: Omegaverse fanfiction as a critical tool in analyzing the impact of social power structures on intimate relationships and sexual consent (2018)
Journal Article
Popova, M. (2018). ‘Dogfuck rapeworld’: Omegaverse fanfiction as a critical tool in analyzing the impact of social power structures on intimate relationships and sexual consent. Porn Studies, 5(2), 175-191. https://doi.org/10.1080/23268743.2017.1394215

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This article examines the Omegaverse–a subgenre of sexually explicit fanfiction–and its engagement with issues of socially constructed power differentials and sexual consent. I a... Read More about ‘Dogfuck rapeworld’: Omegaverse fanfiction as a critical tool in analyzing the impact of social power structures on intimate relationships and sexual consent.

Inactionable/Unspeakable: Bisexuality in the Workplace (2018)
Journal Article
Popova, M. (2018). Inactionable/Unspeakable: Bisexuality in the Workplace. Journal of Bisexuality, 18(1), 54-66. https://doi.org/10.1080/15299716.2017.1383334

© 2018 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. In this article I argue that inclusion of bisexual employees in workplace contexts is hindered by the interaction of two key factors. On the one hand, bisexuality is frequently “invisible” diversity based predomi... Read More about Inactionable/Unspeakable: Bisexuality in the Workplace.

3D printed, self-glazed ceramics: An investigation inspired by Egyptian faience (2018)
Thesis
Nash, K. J. 3D printed, self-glazed ceramics: An investigation inspired by Egyptian faience. (Thesis). University of the West of England

This thesis investigates the potential for developing 3D printable ceramic materials inspired by an ancient Egyptian ware known as faience. Faience was produced in Egypt and the near east from the 4th millennium BC and was the first glazed ceramic ma... Read More about 3D printed, self-glazed ceramics: An investigation inspired by Egyptian faience.

‘We’re not fully Welsh’: Hierarchies of belonging and ‘new’ speakers of Welsh (2018)
Book Chapter
Selleck, C. L. (2018). ‘We’re not fully Welsh’: Hierarchies of belonging and ‘new’ speakers of Welsh. In C. Smith-Christmas, N. O Murchada, M. Hornsby, & M. Moriaty (Eds.), New Speakers of Minority Languages: Linguistic Ideologies and PracticesPalgrave Macmillan

This chapter seeks to problematise the concept of the ‘new’ and ‘learner’ speaker from the standpoint of a situated, ethnographic analysis and in doing so, draws on research conducted in two contrasting secondary schools in south-west Wales: an Engli... Read More about ‘We’re not fully Welsh’: Hierarchies of belonging and ‘new’ speakers of Welsh.