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Developing a scale to measure parental attitudes towards preschool speech and language therapy services (2001)
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Enderby, P., Roulstone, S., Peters, T. J., Campbell, R., Glogowska, M., Enderby, P., …Glogowska, M. (2001). Developing a scale to measure parental attitudes towards preschool speech and language therapy services. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 36(4), 503-513. https://doi.org/10.1080/13682820110075006

In the past decade, there has been growing recognition of the need to involve clients in decisions about the healthcare they receive and in the evaluation of services offered. In health services research, survey and scaling methods have become import... Read More about Developing a scale to measure parental attitudes towards preschool speech and language therapy services.

Towards the development of molecularly imprinted polymer based screen-printed sensors for metabolites of PAHs (2001)
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McCalley, D. V., Luxton, R. W., Bird, D. J., Hart, J. P., Kirsch, N., Kirsch, N., …McCalley, D. V. (2001). Towards the development of molecularly imprinted polymer based screen-printed sensors for metabolites of PAHs. Analyst, 126(11), 1936-1941. https://doi.org/10.1039/b108008n

This paper describes the fabrication of a sensor for 1-hydroxypyrene (1-OHP) based on a screen-printed carbon electrode (SPCE) modified with a molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP); 1-OHP was chosen as a model metabolite of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (P... Read More about Towards the development of molecularly imprinted polymer based screen-printed sensors for metabolites of PAHs.

Referred sensations following stroke (2001)
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Butler, S. R., Turton, A. J., Turton, A., & Butler, S. (2001). Referred sensations following stroke. Neurocase, 7(5), 397-405. https://doi.org/10.1076/neur.7.5.397.16251

Referred sensations are recognized as phenomena experienced after amputation of a limb and have been used as proof of the consequences of changes in somatosensory body part representation in the adult brain. Such changes may accompany interruption of... Read More about Referred sensations following stroke.

Modelling distributor retention in network marketing organisations (2001)
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Msweli, P., & Sargeant, A. (2001). Modelling distributor retention in network marketing organisations. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 19(7), 507-514. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000006215

This paper proposes a model of distributor retention in network marketing (NWM) organisations based on a review of the existing literature from salesforce management, turnover and marketing perspectives. It is hypothesised that a number of the charac... Read More about Modelling distributor retention in network marketing organisations.

FM puzzle: Sick building and Sydney’s open-plan offices (2001)
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Olomolaiye, P. O., Ilozor, B. D., Treloar, G. J., Olomolaiye, P., & Okoroh, M. I. (2001). FM puzzle: Sick building and Sydney’s open-plan offices. Facilities, 19(13/14), 484-493. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000006206

Presents analytical findings of sick building situations in Sydney’s open-plan offices. Aims to ascertain facilities managers’ perceptions of sick building impacts on discrete aspects of workspace management, with a view to raising general awareness.... Read More about FM puzzle: Sick building and Sydney’s open-plan offices.

Conceptualizing unemployment in a period of atypical employment: A critical realist perspective (2001)
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Fleetwood, S. (2001). Conceptualizing unemployment in a period of atypical employment: A critical realist perspective. Review of Social Economy, 59(1), 65-69. https://doi.org/10.1080/00346760010017500

An adequate conceptualization and measurement of unemployment should express the reality of employment. Designing theoretical concepts that adequately express reality requires appropriate methodological foundations. This paper uses critical realism t... Read More about Conceptualizing unemployment in a period of atypical employment: A critical realist perspective.

Professional education for the cancer care nurse in England and Wales: A review of the evidence base (2001)
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Hek, G., Blunden, G., Langton, H., & Hek, G. (2001). Professional education for the cancer care nurse in England and Wales: A review of the evidence base. European Journal of Cancer Care, 10(3), 179-182. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2354.2001.00262.x

The third European Commission action plan to combat cancer recognized the need to develop effective continuing and in-service training programmes for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. A literature review and course documentary analy... Read More about Professional education for the cancer care nurse in England and Wales: A review of the evidence base.

Improving control through effective performance measurement in SMEs (2001)
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Hudson, M., Lean, J., & Smart, P. A. (2001). Improving control through effective performance measurement in SMEs. Production Planning and Control, 12(8), 804-813. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537280110061557

Research has demonstrated that the use of performance measures in SMEs (small to medium sized enterprises) is limited. Financial measures, which are required for examination by external stakeholders, are generally well developed. However, operational... Read More about Improving control through effective performance measurement in SMEs.

Direct numerical simulation of turbulent flow over a rectangular trailing edge (2001)
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Yao, Y. F., Yao, Y., Thomas, T. G., Sandham, N. D., & Williams, J. J. (2001). Direct numerical simulation of turbulent flow over a rectangular trailing edge. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics, 14(5), 337-358. https://doi.org/10.1007/s001620050144

This paper describes a direct numerical simulation (DNS) study of turbulent flow over a rectangular trailing edge at a Reynolds number of 1000, based on the freestream quantities and the trailing edge thickness h; the incoming boundary layer displace... Read More about Direct numerical simulation of turbulent flow over a rectangular trailing edge.

The social model of disability: What does it mean for practice in services for people with learning difficulties? (2001)
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Coles, J. (2001). The social model of disability: What does it mean for practice in services for people with learning difficulties?. Disability and Society, 16(4), 501-510. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687590120059504

Does the social model of disability currently inform the delivery of services for people labelled as having profound and complex learning difficulties? What distinguishes practice which draws on the social model from that which is influenced by an in... Read More about The social model of disability: What does it mean for practice in services for people with learning difficulties?.

Speaking like a native: Vernacular languages and the state in Southern Rhodesia, 1890-1935 (2001)
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Jeater, D. (2001). Speaking like a native: Vernacular languages and the state in Southern Rhodesia, 1890-1935. Journal of African History, 42(3), 449-468. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021853701007988

During the early years of white administration in Southern Rhodesia, few whites spoke the local vernaculars. The state used those few, largely traders and farmers, to translate and interpret. Members of the Native Affairs Department were expected to... Read More about Speaking like a native: Vernacular languages and the state in Southern Rhodesia, 1890-1935.

Rights of access to land for outdoor recreation in New Zealand: Dilemmas concerning justice and equity (2001)
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Curry, N. (2001). Rights of access to land for outdoor recreation in New Zealand: Dilemmas concerning justice and equity. Journal of Rural Studies, 17(4), 409-419. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0743-0167%2801%2900020-1

Rights of access to land for outdoor recreation are of current concern to many western governments. They require a balance to be struck between collective rights to the land and individual rights of exclusion. Theories of land rights have limitations... Read More about Rights of access to land for outdoor recreation in New Zealand: Dilemmas concerning justice and equity.

Morality and biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, revolution and women prisoners in Málaga (2001)
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Richards, M. (2001). Morality and biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, revolution and women prisoners in Málaga. Contemporary European History, 10(3), 395-421. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0960777301003046

The psychiatric study of women prisoners in the city of Málaga during the Spanish Civil War provides a starting point for a two-part analysis of the gendered tension between biology and morality. First, the relationship of organic psychiatry and bio-... Read More about Morality and biology in the Spanish Civil War: Psychiatrists, revolution and women prisoners in Málaga.

A conceptual framework for understanding and analysing attitudes towards household-waste management (2001)
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Ford, N. J., Gilg, A. W., Barr, S., Barr, S., Gilg, A. W., & Ford, N. J. (2001). A conceptual framework for understanding and analysing attitudes towards household-waste management. Environment and Planning A, 33(11), 2025-2048. https://doi.org/10.1068/a33225

The disposal of household waste has become a major problem for all industrialised countries. Public policy has focused on changing household attitudes by information campaigns. However, the link between environmental attitudes and actions is a very c... Read More about A conceptual framework for understanding and analysing attitudes towards household-waste management.

Access for outdoor recreation in england and wales: Production, consumption and markets? (2001)
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Curry, N. (2001). Access for outdoor recreation in england and wales: Production, consumption and markets?. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 9(5), 400-416. https://doi.org/10.1080/09669580108667411

Supply-driven access policies for outdoor recreation in England and Wales have led to growth in the access resource during the 1990s. This has come about through policy shifts in agriculture and forestry as well as policies for community participatio... Read More about Access for outdoor recreation in england and wales: Production, consumption and markets?.


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