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Civil Partnership Initial Summary Report
Report
Jones, B., Hayfield, N., Carter, J., & Jowet, A. Civil Partnership Initial Summary Report. UWE Bristol

Jones, B., Hayfield, N., Carter, J. and Jowett, A. (2021) Study report: An interview study exploring understandings and perceptions of different-sex civil partnerships (unpublished).

Case studies for paper 'Perspectives of living with impaired mobility'
Digital Artefact
Cramp, M., Morris, L., & Turton, A. Case studies for paper 'Perspectives of living with impaired mobility'

Purpose: An increasing number of people are living with impaired mobility and current assistive devices are inadequate in addressing their needs. This study explored the experiences of those living with impaired mobility, to highlight issues for cons... Read More about Case studies for paper 'Perspectives of living with impaired mobility'.

A qualitative survey of pansexual and panromantic people's understandings and lived experiences of pan identities
Report
Křížová, K., & Hayfield, N. (2019). A qualitative survey of pansexual and panromantic people's understandings and lived experiences of pan identities. Bristol: BPS

In recent years, it has been reported that more and more people are identifying as pansexual and/or panromantic. Pansexuality has also become an increasingly popular topic in popular media. However, at present, there are no UK-specific psychological... Read More about A qualitative survey of pansexual and panromantic people's understandings and lived experiences of pan identities.

Through a different Lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context
Report
Chicken, S., & Maynard, T. (2007). Through a different Lens: Exploring Reggio Emilia in a Welsh context. Swansea University: Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot LEAs

Report prepared for Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot LEAs on the findings of a study exploring pedagogical practices in Welsh EY settings

Terrorism financing and fraud: The FATF’s mutual evaluation on the United Kingdom
Conference Proceeding
Ryder, N. (2021). Terrorism financing and fraud: The FATF’s mutual evaluation on the United Kingdom

This presentation focused on the results of the United Kingdom's Fourth Mutual Report by the Financial Action Task Force. The paper presented evidence that questioned some of the findings of Mutual Evaluation Report.

Rapid evidence assessment: Liveable and low traffic neighbourhoods
Report
Michalec, A., Whitmarsh, L., de Vito, L., & Clayton, W. (2021). Rapid evidence assessment: Liveable and low traffic neighbourhoods. Bristol, UKI: Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change

The Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change (BACCC) has produced this rapid assessment of policy proposals linked to the theme of 'Low Traffic Neighbourhoods' (LTC) and 'Liveable Neighbourhoods' (LN). LNs became a part of mainstream policy disc... Read More about Rapid evidence assessment: Liveable and low traffic neighbourhoods.

#MeToo for Women and Men: Understanding Power through Sexual Harassment and Abuse
Book
Meyrick, J. (in press). #MeToo for Women and Men: Understanding Power through Sexual Harassment and Abuse. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Single authored book around the issue of #MeToo, sexual harassment and violence for Women and Men. Chapters include 1. What does it look like? 2. Scope and Scale 3. Who does it happen to? 3. 4.What is the harm? 5. What is it for? 6. Enablers and Ac... Read More about #MeToo for Women and Men: Understanding Power through Sexual Harassment and Abuse.

Codebook - UN Sustainable Development Goals
Digital Artefact
Brooks, I., & Silver, C. Codebook - UN Sustainable Development Goals. [qdc file. Rotterdam Exchange Format Initiative (REFI) compliant]

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and Targets in REFI codebook format for Qualitative Research Software. Text from UN General Assembly resolution A/RES/70/1. Codebook created by Ian Brooks (ian.brooks@uwe.ac.uk) and Christina Silver (c... Read More about Codebook - UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Innovation through practice-based research using a digital ‘heritage from below’ approach
Other
Poole, S. (2021). Innovation through practice-based research using a digital ‘heritage from below’ approach

Three Films: Ghosts in the Garden, A Knight’s Peril and Heritage Empath: Of Home and Each Other These three films trace collaborative research and development work undertaken by Poole and the SME, Splash and Ripple, 2012-2018. Both Ghosts in the G... Read More about Innovation through practice-based research using a digital ‘heritage from below’ approach.

Von den Sozialkosten zum "Ganzen", oder: Wege in die Poetische Oekonomie
Book Chapter
Berger, S. (in press). Von den Sozialkosten zum "Ganzen", oder: Wege in die Poetische Oekonomie. In S. Kazmierski, & G. Rechenauer (Eds.), Was ist der Mensch? Geisteswissenschaftliche Entwürfe im Zeitalter des 'homo œconomicus'. Freiburg i.Br.-München: Verlag Karl Alber

Reducing injuries in the early years: Home safety training
Report
Deave, T., Goodenough, T., & Hayes, M. Reducing injuries in the early years: Home safety training. Bristol City Council

Injury Prevention Briefing. Preventing unintentional injuries to the under fives: a guide for practitioners (IPB) was developed as part of a five year programme of research, Keeping Children Safe at Home, funded by the National Institute for Health... Read More about Reducing injuries in the early years: Home safety training.

Salutogenesis in Prison
Book Chapter
Woodall, J., De Viggiani, N., & South, J. (in press). Salutogenesis in Prison. In The Handbook of Salutogenesis. (2nd). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-79515-3

There is an increasing shift in prison health discourse towards a more salutogenic view of health. This implies conceptualising “prison health” as a systemic issue that considers how prison regimes and environments are health creating and health enha... Read More about Salutogenesis in Prison.