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The French 2021 Bill on the fight against climate change and on resilience strengthening in the face of its effects – first overall impressions (2021)
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Dadomo, C. (2021). The French 2021 Bill on the fight against climate change and on resilience strengthening in the face of its effects – first overall impressions. Environmental Liability, 26(4),

The 2021 Climate and Resilience Bill: 12 key measures to give a new impetus in the fight against global warming and a double objective to meet France's international commitments and make the planet more habitable for present and future generations.

Assessment of heavy metals pollution in soft sediment of the Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel system (2021)
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Udoekpo, S. N., & Everard, M. (2021). Assessment of heavy metals pollution in soft sediment of the Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel system. British Journal of Environmental Sciences, 9(2), 1-30

For several decades, the Severn Estuary and Bristol Channel have been contaminated by heavy metals despite the many ecosystem services it provides. Therefore, this paper is devoted to the systematic assessment of heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Ni, Zn and Pb)... Read More about Assessment of heavy metals pollution in soft sediment of the Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel system.

Conceptual and design thinking for thematic analysis (2021)
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Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). Conceptual and design thinking for thematic analysis. Qualitative Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1037/qup0000196

Thematic analysis (TA) is widely used in qualitative psychology. In using TA, researchers must choose between a diverse range of approaches that can differ considerably in their underlying (but often implicit) conceptualizations of qualitative resear... Read More about Conceptual and design thinking for thematic analysis.

Now you see it, now you don’t: Illusive color (2021)
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Klein, S. (2021). Now you see it, now you don’t: Illusive color. The Californian Printmaker: The Journal Of The Californian Society Of Printmakers, 2021,

My practise is centered around color. As a scientist I can only emphasize that color is a miracle of the mind. Without the human soul, it does not exist. I am choosing the word soul and not brain, because colour is not only generated by the interacti... Read More about Now you see it, now you don’t: Illusive color.

Qualitative story completion for counseling psychology research: A creative method to interrogate dominant discourses (2021)
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Moller, N., Clarke, V., Braun, V., Tischner, I., & Vossler, A. (2021). Qualitative story completion for counseling psychology research: A creative method to interrogate dominant discourses. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 68(3), 286-298. https://doi.org/10.1037/cou0000538

Qualitative story completion (SC) research involves the novel qualitative application of a technique previously used in quantitative research and clinical assessment, in which participants write stories in response to a story “stem” designed by the r... Read More about Qualitative story completion for counseling psychology research: A creative method to interrogate dominant discourses.

Peoples’ experiences of painful diabetic neuropathy: A qualitative interview study (2021)
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McCabe, C., Cramp, F., Gauntlett-Gilbert, J., & Davies, B. (2021). Peoples’ experiences of painful diabetic neuropathy: A qualitative interview study. Pain and Rehabilitation, 50, 14-21

Objective Painful diabetic neuropathy (PDN) is a common complication of diabetes. This study explored the experience and impact of living with PDN. Design People with PDN were recruited through local NHS clinics and by national advertisement in di... Read More about Peoples’ experiences of painful diabetic neuropathy: A qualitative interview study.

Impact of I4.0 technologies and their interoperability on performance: Future pathways for supply chain resilience post-COVID-19 (2021)
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Frederico, G., Kumar, V., Garza-Reyes, J. A., Kumar, A., & Agarwal, R. (in press). Impact of I4.0 technologies and their interoperability on performance: Future pathways for supply chain resilience post-COVID-19. International Journal of Logistics Management, The,

Purpose – This study aims to investigate the impact of I4.0’s technologies and their interoperability on Supply Chains (SCs) performance and how the integration of such technologies and their interoperability can create pathways for SCs resilience po... Read More about Impact of I4.0 technologies and their interoperability on performance: Future pathways for supply chain resilience post-COVID-19.

Graphene‐based technologies for tackling COVID‐19 and future pandemics (2021)
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Afroj, S., Britnell, L., Hasan, T., Andreeva, D. V., Novoselov, K. S., & Karim, N. (in press). Graphene‐based technologies for tackling COVID‐19 and future pandemics. Advanced Functional Materials, https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.202107407

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the need for rapid tools and technologies to combat highly infectious viruses. The excellent electrical, mechanical and other functional properties of graphene and graphene-like 2D materials (2DM) can be utilized to... Read More about Graphene‐based technologies for tackling COVID‐19 and future pandemics.

What are the merits of taking a hybrid regulatory approach towards the enforcement of corporate financial crime in the United Kingdom and United States of America? (2021)
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Johnson, D. (in press). What are the merits of taking a hybrid regulatory approach towards the enforcement of corporate financial crime in the United Kingdom and United States of America?. Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime, https://doi.org/10.1177/2631309X211050013

This article focusses on the hybrid regulatory approaches used in both the USA and the UK for the enforcement of corporate financial crime. In particular, the article analyses the use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements, which typically impose a finan... Read More about What are the merits of taking a hybrid regulatory approach towards the enforcement of corporate financial crime in the United Kingdom and United States of America?.

Extract from "More on the Plums" (2021)
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Rogers, S. (in press). Extract from "More on the Plums". Perverse, 6,

One poem, extracted from my longer sequence "More on the Plums".

Key stakeholder perspectives on primary care for young people with an eating disorder: A qualitative study (2021)
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Malson, H., Tischner, I., Hertzig, H., Kitney, D., Phillips, C., Norweg, S., …Oldham-Cooper, R. (in press). Key stakeholder perspectives on primary care for young people with an eating disorder: A qualitative study. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology,

This paper examines the provision of primary care for young people with an eating disorder within the UK from the perspectives of three key stakeholder groups: young people with an eating disorder, carers of young people with an eating disorder and G... Read More about Key stakeholder perspectives on primary care for young people with an eating disorder: A qualitative study.

Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning (2021)
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Knights, D., Huber, G., & Longman, R. (in press). Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning. Management Learning, https://doi.org/10.1177/13505076211049868

In this essay, we explore the underlying processes of identity work in teaching from a critical management education (CME) perspective. Identity is a concern for both teachers and students and especially where the assumptions and routines on which it... Read More about Critical management education: Selected auto-ethnographic vignettes on how attachment to identity may disrupt learning.

The COVID-19 Clinician Cohort (CoCCo) Study: Empirically grounded recommendations for forward-facing psychological care of frontline doctors (2021)
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Daniels, J., Ingram, J., Pease, A., Wainwright, E., Beckett, K., Iyadurai, L., …Carlton, E. (2021). The COVID-19 Clinician Cohort (CoCCo) Study: Empirically grounded recommendations for forward-facing psychological care of frontline doctors. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(18), https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18189675

This study aimed to develop empirically grounded recommendations and a coherent model of psychological care derived from the experiences and psychological care needs of COVID-19 frontline doctors, using semi-structured interviews and thematic analysi... Read More about The COVID-19 Clinician Cohort (CoCCo) Study: Empirically grounded recommendations for forward-facing psychological care of frontline doctors.

Which resources help young people to prevent and overcome mental distress in deprived urban areas in Latin America? A protocol for a prospective cohort study (2021)
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Priebe, S., Catherine, F., Ignacio Brusco, L., Carbonetti, F., Gómez-Restrepo, C., Uribe, M., …Bird, V. (in press). Which resources help young people to prevent and overcome mental distress in deprived urban areas in Latin America? A protocol for a prospective cohort study. BMJ Open, 11, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-052339

ABSTRACT Introduction Improving the mental health of young people is a global public health priority. In Latin America, young people living in deprived urban areas face various risk factors for mental distress. However, most either do not develop m... Read More about Which resources help young people to prevent and overcome mental distress in deprived urban areas in Latin America? A protocol for a prospective cohort study.

Methodological becoming: Doctoral students' perceptions of their methodological journeys (2021)
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Clark, T. (in press). Methodological becoming: Doctoral students' perceptions of their methodological journeys. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, https://doi.org/10.1108/SGPE-12-2020-0076

Purpose-To investigate, and illustrate, the potential relationships between doctoral students' life histories and educational experiences and their methodological understanding and assumptions. Methodology/Design-The qualitative research design consi... Read More about Methodological becoming: Doctoral students' perceptions of their methodological journeys.

The arbitration of nature: State, water, and civil engineering in Northern Ireland directly after partition (2021)
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Reinsborough, M. (in press). The arbitration of nature: State, water, and civil engineering in Northern Ireland directly after partition. (00) Journal Not Listed,

Begun in the summer of 1923, the Silent Valley Reservoir was the first large scale civil engineering project after the division between the North and the South of Ireland. It was the continuation of a previous project. In the late Nineteenth Century... Read More about The arbitration of nature: State, water, and civil engineering in Northern Ireland directly after partition.

Towards facial expression recognition for on-farm welfare assessment in pigs (2021)
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Hansen, M. F., Baxter, E. M., Rutherford, K. M. D., Futro, A., Smith, M. L., & Smith, L. N. (in press). Towards facial expression recognition for on-farm welfare assessment in pigs. Agriculture, 11(9), https://doi.org/10.3390/agriculture11090847

Animal welfare is not only an ethically important consideration in good animal husbandry but can also have a significant effect on an animal’s productivity. The aim of this paper was to show that a reduction in animal welfare, in the form of increase... Read More about Towards facial expression recognition for on-farm welfare assessment in pigs.