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Researching race in a white space: Negotiating interviews at white-wedding shows in England (2018)
Book Chapter
Carter, J., & Chatterjee, A. (2018). Researching race in a white space: Negotiating interviews at white-wedding shows in England. SAGE Research Methods: SAGE. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781526434067

Our research methods case focuses on how, as researchers, we negotiated the topic of race in recruiting participants and conducting interviews for a study about the cultural reproduction of Whiteness at wedding fairs in the United Kingdom. Here, we d... Read More about Researching race in a white space: Negotiating interviews at white-wedding shows in England.

Trans-ferring in the workplace (2018)
Book Chapter
Jones, J. (2018). Trans-ferring in the workplace. In A. Broadbridge, & S. Fielden (Eds.), Research Handbook of Diversity and Careers, 516-532. Edward Elgar Publishing

Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Full evaluation report (2018)
Report
Bird, E., & Powell, J. Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Full evaluation report

In March 2013, Sport England launched a Lottery-funded initiative called ‘Get Healthy Get Active’ (GHGA), investing in numerous UK-based projects designed to tackle inactivity through participation in sport. CLICK into Activity, a social prescribin... Read More about Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Full evaluation report.

Beyond Lending (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Lovesmith, G. (2018). Beyond Lending

Uncertainty in avionics analytics ontology for decision-making support (2018)
Journal Article
Insaurralde, C. C., & Blasch, E. (2018). Uncertainty in avionics analytics ontology for decision-making support. Journal of Advances in Information Fusion, 13(2), 255-274

With the growing congestion in the airspace, Air Traffic Management(ATM) requires advances in massive data processing, sophisticated avionics techniques, coordination with weather updates, and assessment of multiple types of uncertainty. The complex... Read More about Uncertainty in avionics analytics ontology for decision-making support.

Visual and auditory contextual cues differentially influence alcohol-related inhibitory control (2018)
Journal Article
Qureshi, A., Monk, R. L., Pennington, C. R., Li, X., Leatherbarrow, T., & Oulton, J. R. (in press). Visual and auditory contextual cues differentially influence alcohol-related inhibitory control. Adicciones -Palma de Mallorca-, https://doi.org/10.20882/adicciones.1091

Introduction: Representing a more immersive testing environment, the current study exposed individuals to both alcohol-related visual and auditory cues to assess their respective impact on alcohol-related inhibitory control. It examined further wheth... Read More about Visual and auditory contextual cues differentially influence alcohol-related inhibitory control.

Development of a flexible and modular metrology system for measuring complex surfaces (2018)
Thesis
Schneider, F. R. Development of a flexible and modular metrology system for measuring complex surfaces. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1491077

The demand for customised optical devices is increasing tremendously. Such optical devices do not employ traditional designs like planar, spherical, or even aspherical shapes. Instead, modern lenses exhibit free-form surfaces with a large variety of... Read More about Development of a flexible and modular metrology system for measuring complex surfaces.

"Some examples should be made": Prosecuting reform bill rioters in 1831-32 (2018)
Book Chapter
Poole, S. (2018). "Some examples should be made": Prosecuting reform bill rioters in 1831-32. In M. T. Davis, E. Macleod, & G. Pentland (Eds.), Political Trials in an Age of Revolutions: Britain and the North Atlantic, 1793—1848, (237-263). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-98959-4_10

Following the House of Lords’ rejection of the parliamentary Reform Bill in the autumn of 1831, severe rioting broke out in a number of English towns. In the judicial retribution that followed, some 259 people were prosecuted, seven of them hanged an... Read More about "Some examples should be made": Prosecuting reform bill rioters in 1831-32.

Meaningfulness in literary naming within the framework of The Pragmatic Theory of Properhood (TPTP) (2018)
Journal Article
Coates, R. (2018). Meaningfulness in literary naming within the framework of The Pragmatic Theory of Properhood (TPTP)

This paper develops ideas originally floated in the Journal of Literary Onomastics 4 (2015) particularly concerning the genesis of “meaningful” or “cratylic” names for characters, so-called “sprechende/redende Namen”. I argue that literary naming fal... Read More about Meaningfulness in literary naming within the framework of The Pragmatic Theory of Properhood (TPTP).

Une nouvelle approche centrée sur la personne : la thérapie pluraliste (2018)
Book Chapter
Ward, T. (2018). Une nouvelle approche centrée sur la personne : la thérapie pluraliste. In B. Granger, B. Pachoud, & A. Plagnol (Eds.), Les nouveaux modèles de soins: Une clinique au service de la personne, 123-136. John Libbey Eurotext

Le domaine de la psychothérapie au début du 21ème siècle se caractérise par de nombreuses approches et écoles de pensée. Certaines de ces approches tendent peut-être à se concevoir comme exclusives, mais nulle ne peut prétendre détenir le monopole de... Read More about Une nouvelle approche centrée sur la personne : la thérapie pluraliste.

“Don’t mess with me!” Enacting masculinities under a compulsory prison regime (2018)
Book Chapter
De Viggiani, N. (2018). “Don’t mess with me!” Enacting masculinities under a compulsory prison regime. In M. Maycock, & K. Hunt (Eds.), New Perspectives on Prison Masculinities, 91-121. Palgrave Macmillan

Male prisons typify any social situation where individuals interact with others, learn to cope and survive, and contend with normative conventions and expectations. Being compulsory, prison can be an intense social experience that challenges emotiona... Read More about “Don’t mess with me!” Enacting masculinities under a compulsory prison regime.

When do supervisor expectations for creativity lead to newcomer innovative role orientation (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Chen, J., & Cooper-Thomas, H. (in press). When do supervisor expectations for creativity lead to newcomer innovative role orientation

Using a role theory perspective, this study investigated contingent conditions under which supervisor expectations for creativity is related to newcomer innovative role orientation. Longitudinal data were collected from 161 graduates from a universit... Read More about When do supervisor expectations for creativity lead to newcomer innovative role orientation.

Developing and embedding inclusive policy and practice within higher education institutions (2018)
Book Chapter
McLinden, M., Grove, M., Green, J., & Birch, A. (2018). Developing and embedding inclusive policy and practice within higher education institutions. In K. Krčmář (Ed.), The Inclusivity Gap, 160-176. Inspired by Learning

This chapter contributes to the literature base on promoting equality of opportunity for students in Higher Education (HE). It seeks to broaden our understanding of how progress in relation to embedding inclusivity in the institution can be evide... Read More about Developing and embedding inclusive policy and practice within higher education institutions.

Sacrifice as a political problem: Jan Patočka and sacred sociology (2018)
Journal Article
Tava, F. (2018). Sacrifice as a political problem: Jan Patočka and sacred sociology

The question arising from this article regards the meaning of sacrifice within the frame of Jan Patočka’s philosophy. Is human sacrifice aimed at reinforcing an institution or state of things as in the case of the Unknown Soldier narrative, or is it... Read More about Sacrifice as a political problem: Jan Patočka and sacred sociology.

On Veblenian waste and Polanyian protective responses: Evidence from the US (2018)
Journal Article
Wrenn, M. (in press). On Veblenian waste and Polanyian protective responses: Evidence from the US. Panoeconomicus, https://doi.org/10.2298/PAN170925002W

As capitalism unfolds, continual technological advance in combination with the relentless accumulation imperative serves to amplify material progress. The institutionalization of the market fundamentally changes the structure of society and the inst... Read More about On Veblenian waste and Polanyian protective responses: Evidence from the US.

Repro-migration: An ethnography of the early days of cross border egg donation between Israel and Romania (2018)
Book Chapter
Nahman, M. (2018). Repro-migration: An ethnography of the early days of cross border egg donation between Israel and Romania. In S. Mitra, T. Patel, & S. Schicktanz (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Comparisons on Surrogacy and Egg Donation: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from India, Germany and Israel, 351-370. Palgrave

What can the study of migration and reproduction together tell us about both conceptual arenas and sets of cultural practice? In this chapter, I juxtapose cross-border reproductive practices that occurred in 2002 with practices and imaginaries of bor... Read More about Repro-migration: An ethnography of the early days of cross border egg donation between Israel and Romania.

Drivers of client loyalty in the context of market and technological transformation (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Vafeas, M., Hughes, T., & Little, E. (2018). Drivers of client loyalty in the context of market and technological transformation

This study investigates the drivers of loyalty in the context of market and technological transformation. The focus is the client–marketing agency relationship. In an era of greater competitive intensity, greater pressure to demonstrate a return on i... Read More about Drivers of client loyalty in the context of market and technological transformation.

Social media in emergency management: Exploring Twitter use by emergency responders in the UK (2018)
Journal Article
Parsons, S., Weal, M., O'Grady, N., & Atkinson, P. M. (2018). Social media in emergency management: Exploring Twitter use by emergency responders in the UK. International Journal of Emergency Management, 14(4), 322-343. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJEM.2018.097360

Copyright © 2018 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Emergency management practices are being reshaped by social media. Emergency responders are embracing social media to enhance communications during an emergency. The integration of social media into UK e... Read More about Social media in emergency management: Exploring Twitter use by emergency responders in the UK.

Exposure and confidence with critical non-airway procedures: A global survey of paediatric emergency medicine physicians (2018)
Journal Article
Craig, S., Auerbach, M., Cheek, J. A., Babl, F., Oakley, E., Nguyen, L., …Dalziel, S. (in press). Exposure and confidence with critical non-airway procedures: A global survey of paediatric emergency medicine physicians. Pediatric Emergency Care,

Background: Children rarely experience critical illness, resulting in low exposure of emergency physicians (EPs) to critical procedures. Our primary objective was to describe senior EP confidence, most recent performance and/or supervision of criti... Read More about Exposure and confidence with critical non-airway procedures: A global survey of paediatric emergency medicine physicians.