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A PhD FAQ [Blog] (2020)
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Thompson, M., & Saunders, A. (2020). A PhD FAQ [Blog]

Embarking on a PhD can be one of the most rewarding, frustrating, liberating, challenging and exciting adventures of your professional life. However, it isn’t for everyone and should not be undertaken lightly. If it works for you, it can be incredibl... Read More about A PhD FAQ [Blog].

Commissioned Writer in Residence (2020)
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Clement, A., & Pearn, S. (2020). Commissioned Writer in Residence. Bristol

Started in 2018-2019, this project has offered one student per year an opportunity to become a commissioned writer in residence. The position was created in conjunction with the UWE Bristol Grand Challenge, on the theme of homelessness in Bristol. T... Read More about Commissioned Writer in Residence.

We need transport planners with superpowers: How can transport cope with the pressures of the coronavirus pandemic? (2020)
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Lyons, G. (2020). We need transport planners with superpowers: How can transport cope with the pressures of the coronavirus pandemic?

Amidst the UK lockdown in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, an online panel discussion was organised by PTRC and chaired by Glenn Lyons, titled "The global shock of COVID-19 – will it jolt the transport sector into significant change?" Nearly... Read More about We need transport planners with superpowers: How can transport cope with the pressures of the coronavirus pandemic?.

The Canadians: a collective effort to fulfill a naive promise (2019)
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Klein, S., Menger, F., & Argyle, J. (2019). The Canadians: a collective effort to fulfill a naive promise

The project came about to fulfill a naively given promise. In May 2019 Susanne and her friend Marianne visited Canada to attend Marianne’s great niece’s wedding. They stayed with Marianne’s family. As a thank you for their hospitality Susanne, took p... Read More about The Canadians: a collective effort to fulfill a naive promise.

A working-class green movement is out there but not getting the credit it deserves (2019)
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Bell, K. (2019). A working-class green movement is out there but not getting the credit it deserves

Environmental protests are now frequently reported in the media, and the green movement is, at last, getting the attention it deserves. But most of the focus is on the activities of groups, such as Extinction Rebellion, which are not strongly rooted... Read More about A working-class green movement is out there but not getting the credit it deserves.

An example motivated discourse of the chi-squared test of association (2 by 2) (2019)
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White, P., Redford, P., & Macdonald, J. (2019). An example motivated discourse of the chi-squared test of association (2 by 2)

An example application of the chi-square test of association is given through a set of questions and answers. The emphasis is on methodological aspects and what can be legitimately inferred, if anything. It is strongly highlighted that statistical... Read More about An example motivated discourse of the chi-squared test of association (2 by 2).

Therapy Today 2019 30(6) 41 (2019)
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Costello, J. (2019). Therapy Today 2019 30(6) 41

And what do you do?: You're cornered at a social event by another guest who asks you what you do and starts telling you their personal problems....

New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems (2019)
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Paddeu, D., Calvert, T., Clark, B., & Parkhurst, G. (2019). New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems

This is an evidence review that examines the trends in manufacturing and global supply chains, looking at the international trade, technology and users, and how these may change between now and 2040. The review has been commissioned by the Government... Read More about New Technology and Automation in Freight Transport and Handling Systems.

Interview with La Nacion (2019)
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Embury, G. (2019). Interview with La Nacion

Interview with La Nacion, an Argentine Daily Newspaper.

BBC The Big Questions (2019)
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Mackay, F. BBC The Big Questions

Rachel Burden presents topical debate live from The Attenborough Centre at the University of Sussex in Brighton. Has social media ruined childhood? Is feminism in crisis?