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Male stardom in 1960s British cinema (2020)
Book Chapter
Spicer, A. (2020). Male stardom in 1960s British cinema. In Sixties British Cinema Reconsidered. , (11-28). Edinburgh University

The chapter analyses eight stars – Alan Bates, Michael Caine, Sean Connery, Tom Courtenay, Albert Finney, Richard Harris, Peter O’Toole and Terence Stamp – all of whom were the product of the post-war changes (including the 1944 Education Act) that o... Read More about Male stardom in 1960s British cinema.

How is income distributed? (2020)
Book Chapter
Michell, J. (2020). How is income distributed?. In Recharting the History of Economic Thought. , (111-130). Macmillan

Innovative technologies for sustainable textile coloration, patterning, and surface effects (2020)
Book Chapter
Kane, F., Shen, J., Morgan, L., Prajapati, C., Tyrer, J., & Smith, E. (2020). Innovative technologies for sustainable textile coloration, patterning, and surface effects. In S. S. Muthu, & M. A. Gardetti (Eds.), Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Industries: Sustainable Textiles, Clothing Design and Repurposing. , (99-127). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38545-3_4

The environmental impact of textile dyeing and finishing is of paramount concern in the textile industry. Enzyme and laser processing technologies present attractive alternatives to conventional textile coloration and surface patterning methods. Both... Read More about Innovative technologies for sustainable textile coloration, patterning, and surface effects.

Can a poetic economy cure evil?: Lessons from the Kapp-Wiechert correspondance (2020)
Book Chapter
Berger, S. (2020). Can a poetic economy cure evil?: Lessons from the Kapp-Wiechert correspondance. In R. Lüfter, I. De Gennaro, & S. Kazmierski (Eds.), Wirtliche Oekonomie - Philosophische und dichterische Quellen. , (177-204). Traugott Bautz Verlag

This article deals with the (socio-economic) causes of evil and potential solutions.

Follow-ing the money’ 10 years on: Transparency and the fight against banking secrecy (2020)
Book Chapter
Blanco, E. M., & Sanchez, M. J. A. (in press). Follow-ing the money’ 10 years on: Transparency and the fight against banking secrecy. In L. Pasculli, & N. Ryder (Eds.), Corruption, Integrity and the Law. Global Regulatory Challenges, (185-205). (1). UK: Routledge

The chapter begins by tracing the origins of banking secrecy and links its exponential growth since the post-war period to the creation of offshore financial centres (OFCs) – sometimes called tax havens. This proliferation of OFCs situated against th... Read More about Follow-ing the money’ 10 years on: Transparency and the fight against banking secrecy.

Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union (2020)
Book Chapter
Kaunert, C., Leonard, S., & Ikrom, Y. (2020). Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union. In S. Hansen, & S. Lid (Eds.), In Routledge Handbook of Deradicalisation and DisengagementLondon: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

This chapter examines the EU’s efforts to tackle radicalisation. The specific formulation of its title (i.e. ‘preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement’) reflects the EU’s emphasis on preventing radicalisation. Most of the radicalisation-... Read More about Preventing radicalisation and enhancing disengagement in the European Union.

Negative capability and care of the self (2020)
Book Chapter
Simpson, P., & von Bülow, C. (2020). Negative capability and care of the self. In L. Tomkins (Ed.), Paradoxes of Leadership and Care: Critical and Philosophical Reflection. , (131-141). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788975506.00021

Through the particular lenses of Negative Capability and Care of the Self, we argue that an aspiration to practice caring leadership involves a commitment to the development of self-knowledge. Following an exploration of our key themes, we will draw... Read More about Negative capability and care of the self.

“Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918 (2020)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K., & Booth, C. (in press). “Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918. In D. E. Delaney, M. Frost, & A. L. Brown (Eds.), Manpower and the Armies of the British Empire in the Two World WarsCornell University Press

One issue that migration historians have ignored as a fruitful field of endeavour is the experience of thousands of British-born migrants who either came back to the United Kingdom to enlist in British regiments or enlisted in the respective dominion... Read More about “Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918.

Photography: Using Instagram in participant-led field studies (2020)
Book Chapter
Shortt, H., & Warren, S. (2020). Photography: Using Instagram in participant-led field studies. In Using Arts-based Research Methods: Creative Approaches for Researching Business, Organisation and Humanities. , (237 - 270). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33069-9

In this chapter we discuss how Instagram can be employed as a tool through which researchers may gather visual data during participant-led field studies, as well as how the images available from such platforms usefully shed light on the everydayness... Read More about Photography: Using Instagram in participant-led field studies.

Challenges and Joys of using the Experience Sampling Method to Examine the Impact of the Arts on Wellbeing (2020)
Book Chapter
Holt, N. (2020). Challenges and Joys of using the Experience Sampling Method to Examine the Impact of the Arts on Wellbeing. In Sage Research Methods Cases. SAGE Publications

This case study describes how the experience sampling method can be used to explore the impact of everyday behaviours on health and wellbeing, focusing on the correlates of participatory art in everyday life. The experience sampling method repeatedly... Read More about Challenges and Joys of using the Experience Sampling Method to Examine the Impact of the Arts on Wellbeing.

Equity and Urban Water Security (2020)
Book Chapter
Charles, K., Octavianti, T., Hylton, E., & Remmington, G. (2020). Equity and Urban Water Security. In R. Hope, J. Hughes, E. C. Penning-Rowsell, J. W. Hall, S. J. Dadson, & D. E. Garrick (Eds.), Water Science, Policy, and Management: A Global Challenge. , (329-344). John Wiley & Sons Ltd

The international legal regime governing shipboard LNG (2020)
Book Chapter
Xu, J., & Mukerhjee, P. K. (2020). The international legal regime governing shipboard LNG. In P. K. Mukherjee, M. Q. Mejia, & J. Xu (Eds.), Maritime Law in Motion. , (691-702). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-31749-2_33

The Chapter addresses the international legal regime governing shipboard LNG which could be carried on board as cargo or fuel. The discussion touches upon both the regulatory law element as well as the private law dimension of the regime. On the regu... Read More about The international legal regime governing shipboard LNG.

Feminist and queer arts activism (2020)
Book Chapter
Johnson, C. (in press). Feminist and queer arts activism. In The Routledge International Handbook of Communication and Gender. Routledge

This chapter adopts an historiographic approach to the field of feminist and queer arts activisms, which privileges ideas of affinity and resonance between artists of different generations rather than canonical notions of chronology, precedence and s... Read More about Feminist and queer arts activism.

Regulating the consumer credit market – protecting vulnerable consumers (2020)
Book Chapter
Ryder, N., & Jasinski, D. (in press). Regulating the consumer credit market – protecting vulnerable consumers. In Vulnerable Consumers and the Law: Consumer Protection and Access to JusticeLondon: Routledge

This chapter highlights that product regulation restricts access to credit in a manner which increases the vulnerability of those who find themselves newly priced out of the market, because of the absence of viable alternatives.

The potential for automation to transform urban deliveries: Drivers, barriers and policy priorities (2020)
Book Chapter
Paddeu, D., & Parkhurst, G. (in press). The potential for automation to transform urban deliveries: Drivers, barriers and policy priorities. In B. van Wee, N. Thomopoulos, & M. Dimitris (Eds.), Policy Implications of Autonomous Vehicles. Elsevier

Urban freight transport is crucial to ensuring the economic vitality of a city. However, significant negative ‘externalities’ arise from freight flows in urban areas. Current solutions to reduce the impact of freight transport in urban areas aim at r... Read More about The potential for automation to transform urban deliveries: Drivers, barriers and policy priorities.

The dormouse: Recollections of a lightweight rower with overtraining syndrome (2020)
Book Chapter
Woodford, L. (2020). The dormouse: Recollections of a lightweight rower with overtraining syndrome. In Performance Excellence (228-231). Rowman and Littlefield

Performance Excellence: Stories of Success from the Real World of Sport and Exercise Psychology provides concise and effective lessons on a variety of psychological skills and broader concepts within the domains of exercise, sport, and performance ps... Read More about The dormouse: Recollections of a lightweight rower with overtraining syndrome.


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