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Modern literature (2010)
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Johnston, M., Creasy, M., Saunders, G., D'Monte, R., Bentley, N., Randall, B., …D'Monté, R. (2010). Modern literature. Year's Work in English Studies, 89(1), 790-901. https://doi.org/10.1093/ywes/maq015

Review of work written about pre-1950 British drama during 2006

Semantic change: Evidence from false friends (2010)
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Beeching, K. (2010). Semantic change: Evidence from false friends. Languages in Contrast, 10(2), 139-165. https://doi.org/10.1075/lic.10.2.03bee

Functional linguists are in general agreement that semantic change may be triggered as part of the negotiation of meaning in interactional contexts: a 'one-off' contextual implicature generalises to become a new core meaning of a lexical item (Traugo... Read More about Semantic change: Evidence from false friends.

Surface and substance: A call for the fusion of skill and ideas in contemporary enamel jewellery (2010)
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Turrell, J. (2010). Surface and substance: A call for the fusion of skill and ideas in contemporary enamel jewellery. Craft Research, 1(1), 85. https://doi.org/10.1386/crre.1.85_1

This article references the ongoing practice-led research project, Innovation in Vitreous Enamel Surfaces for Jewellery. The project is based on my experience of enamel as an innovative, expressive and contemporary material. Drawing on extensive cont... Read More about Surface and substance: A call for the fusion of skill and ideas in contemporary enamel jewellery.

'If we know about culture it will be easier to work with one another': Developing skills for handling corporate meetings with multinational participation (2010)
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Angouri, J. (2010). 'If we know about culture it will be easier to work with one another': Developing skills for handling corporate meetings with multinational participation. Language and Intercultural Communication, 10(3), 206-224. https://doi.org/10.1080/14708470903348549

The current international nature of socio-economic activities is reshaping workplace settings and creating the need for large numbers of employees to perform successful communicative acts with a wider range of interactants than in the past, often usi... Read More about 'If we know about culture it will be easier to work with one another': Developing skills for handling corporate meetings with multinational participation.

A patient's journey: Living with lymphangioleiomyomatosis (2010)
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Gamble, L., Johnson, S., & Carel, H. (2010). A patient's journey: Living with lymphangioleiomyomatosis. BMJ, 341(7764), 148-149. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.c848

Dr Havi Carel was diagnosed with Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) in 2006. In the four years since she has learnt much about the adaptability of the human body and about some clinicians’ insensitivity to the quality of life issues that can be so import... Read More about A patient's journey: Living with lymphangioleiomyomatosis.

Refining strategic culture: Return of the second generation (2010)
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Lock, E. (2010). Refining strategic culture: Return of the second generation. Review of International Studies, 36(3), 685-708. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210510000276

This article seeks to refine the concept of strategic culture and to highlight some appropriate methods of analysis through which this concept might be applied in empirical studies. In doing so, I seek to synthesise a much ignored element of strategi... Read More about Refining strategic culture: Return of the second generation.

Women candidates and party practice in the UK: Evidence from the 2009 European elections (2010)
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Harrison, L. (2010). Women candidates and party practice in the UK: Evidence from the 2009 European elections. Parliamentary Affairs, 63(3), 524-533. https://doi.org/10.1093/pa/gsq008

Existing comparative research suggests that women candidates have better opportunities for electoral success when standing in (i) second-order elections and (ii) proportional representation elections - the 2009 European Elections provide an example o... Read More about Women candidates and party practice in the UK: Evidence from the 2009 European elections.

Women as paid organizers and propagandists for the British Labour Party between the wars (2010)
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Hannam, J. (2010). Women as paid organizers and propagandists for the British Labour Party between the wars. International Labor and Working-Class History, 77(1), 69-88. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0147547909990251

This article contributes to recent debates about the complicated ways in which women involved in the interwar British Labour Party negotiated their political identities through an examination of the activities and aims of a neglected group, the paid... Read More about Women as paid organizers and propagandists for the British Labour Party between the wars.

Closely posed thighs: The Garden of Eden in 1966 (2010)
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Lawrence, M. (2010). Closely posed thighs: The Garden of Eden in 1966

An article about the production and critical reception of the Garden of Eden sequences in John Huston’s 1966 film version of The Bible, in the context of the revision of the Production Code and the dissolution of the Legion of Decency.

Pixel and spatial mechanisms of color constancy (2010)
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Rizzi, A., Parraman, C. E., McCann, J. J., & Parraman, C. (2010). Pixel and spatial mechanisms of color constancy. Proceedings of SPIE, 7528, https://doi.org/10.1117/12.838736

Color constancy remains an important subject of research on color standards, computer imaging, and human color vision. There are many different theories and algorithms that interpret and predict constancy. This paper analyzes three different approach... Read More about Pixel and spatial mechanisms of color constancy.

Through a different lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context (2010)
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Maynard, T., & Chicken, S. (2010). Through a different lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context. Early Years, 30(1), 29-39. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575140903443000

In Wales, concerns about the perceived over-formalisation of young children's educational experiences led to the introduction of a Foundation Phase Framework for children aged three to seven years that advocates a more holistic, play-based approach.... Read More about Through a different lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context.

You have no idea what you are talking about!" from e-disagreement to e-impoliteness in two online fora (2010)
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Angouri, J., & Tseliga, T. (2010). You have no idea what you are talking about!" from e-disagreement to e-impoliteness in two online fora. Journal of Politeness Research, 6(1), 57-82. https://doi.org/10.1515/JPLR.2010.004

This paper reports on an ongoing project in the area of intentional impoliteness as perceived by the participants and as marked in discourse in the asynchronous Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) context. We focus on occurrences of "impolite talk"... Read More about You have no idea what you are talking about!" from e-disagreement to e-impoliteness in two online fora.