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Fetlar (2020)
Journal Article
Coates, R. (in press). Fetlar. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 13,

This article rehearses the history of attempts to account for the name of the island of Fetlar in Shetland. It is concluded that explaining it as pre-Celtic is beset with philological difficulties, and that it is probably, after all, Scandinavian, th... Read More about Fetlar.

The Age of Cheap Money and Passive Investing: Are Pro Forma Earnings Value Relevant? (2020)
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Meier, F. (in press). The Age of Cheap Money and Passive Investing: Are Pro Forma Earnings Value Relevant?. Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis, 9(2), 1-35

This study investigates the impact of pro forma earnings on stock misvaluation. In light of a decade of substantial changes in the market and investment environment since 2008 that are challenging the traditional primacy of accounting disclosures for... Read More about The Age of Cheap Money and Passive Investing: Are Pro Forma Earnings Value Relevant?.

Developing the Implicit Association Test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems (2020)
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O'Donnell, E., Maskrey, S., Everett, G., & Lamond, J. (2020). Developing the Implicit Association Test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems. Philosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 378(2168), https://doi.org/10.1098/rsta.2019.0207

Understanding public perceptions of Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) is critical for addressing barriers to their implementation. Perceptions are typically evaluated using explicit measures (e.g. questionnaires) that are subject to biases and may... Read More about Developing the Implicit Association Test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems.

Implementing the Water Framework Directive and Tackling Diffuse Pollution from Agriculture: Lessons from England and Scotland (2020)
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De Vito, L., Fairbrother, M., & Russel, D. (2020). Implementing the Water Framework Directive and Tackling Diffuse Pollution from Agriculture: Lessons from England and Scotland. Water, 12(1), https://doi.org/10.3390/w12010244

Tackling diffuse pollution from agriculture is a key challenge for governments seeking to implement the European Union's Water Framework Directive (WFD). In the research literature, how best to integrate and align effective measures for tackling diff... Read More about Implementing the Water Framework Directive and Tackling Diffuse Pollution from Agriculture: Lessons from England and Scotland.

Assessment of home hazards for non-fatal childhood injuries in rural Nepal: A community survey (2020)
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Bhatta, S., Mytton, J. A., & Deave, T. (in press). Assessment of home hazards for non-fatal childhood injuries in rural Nepal: A community survey. Injury Prevention, https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2019-043482

Background: Unintentional injuries in and around the home are important causes of preventable death and disability among young children globally. In Nepal, there is a lack of data regarding home injuries and home hazards to guide the development of e... Read More about Assessment of home hazards for non-fatal childhood injuries in rural Nepal: A community survey.

The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England (2020)
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Carter, J. (in press). The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England. British Educational Research Journal, https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3598

The Phonics Screening Check (PSC) was introduced in England in 2012 for Year 1 children (aged 5 and 6). There have been criticisms of the check in relation to its reliability and appropriateness as an assessment for early reading, although advocates... Read More about The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England.

The nature of money in a convertible currency world (2020)
Journal Article
Sissoko, C. (in press). The nature of money in a convertible currency world. Review of Economic Analysis,

In a world where the means of exchange is convertible into the numeraire consumption good at a fixed rate, no one wants to hold money over time – and due to convertibility there is no means by which the Friedman rule can generate deflation. This is t... Read More about The nature of money in a convertible currency world.

QoE-based Mobility-aware Collaborative Video Streaming on the Edge of 5G (2020)
Journal Article
Tuysuz, M. F., & Aydin, M. E. (in press). QoE-based Mobility-aware Collaborative Video Streaming on the Edge of 5G. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 1-1. https://doi.org/10.1109/tii.2020.2972931

Today's Internet traffic is dominated by video streaming applications transmitted through wireless/cellular interfaces of mobile devices. Although ultra-high-definition videos are now easily transmitted through mobile devices, video quality level tha... Read More about QoE-based Mobility-aware Collaborative Video Streaming on the Edge of 5G.

Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation (2020)
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Rees, S. E., Sheehan, E. V., Stewart, B. D., Clark, R., Appleby, T., Attrill, M. J., …Solandt, J. (in press). Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation. Marine Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2020.103864

Healthy marine ecosystems provide a wide range of resources and services that support life on Earth and contribute to human wellbeing. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are accepted as an important tool for the restoration and maintenance of marine ecosy... Read More about Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation.

The experiences of EMS providers taking part in a large randomised trial of airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest, and the impact on their views and practice. Results of a survey and telephone interviews (2020)
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Kirby, K., Brandling, J., Robinson, M., Thomas, M., Voss, S., & Benger, J. (in press). The experiences of EMS providers taking part in a large randomised trial of airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest, and the impact on their views and practice. Results of a survey and telephone interviews. Resuscitation, https://doi.org/10.1016...suscitation.2020.01.034

Performance of clay stabilized by cementitious materials and inclusion of zeolite/alkaline metals-based additive (2020)
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Eyo, E., Ng'ambi, S., & Abbey, S. (in press). Performance of clay stabilized by cementitious materials and inclusion of zeolite/alkaline metals-based additive. Transportation Geotechnics, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trgeo.2020.100330

RoadCem (RC) is a by-product additive produced based on nanotechnology and comprises of synthetic zeolites and alkali earth metals as some of its components. The geotechnical properties of a soil stabilized by adding RC to partly replaced cementitiou... Read More about Performance of clay stabilized by cementitious materials and inclusion of zeolite/alkaline metals-based additive.

Change within the change: pregnancy, liminality and adventure tourism in Mexico (2020)
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Díaz-Carrión, I. A., Vizcaino-Suárez, P., & Gaggiotti, H. (in press). Change within the change: pregnancy, liminality and adventure tourism in Mexico. Tourism Geographies, 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616688.2020.1713876

Despite the growing number of pregnant women engaging in outdoor adventure activities, very few studies have explored pregnancy or the specific needs and challenges of pregnant women in tourism research. To fill this gap in the literature, we examine... Read More about Change within the change: pregnancy, liminality and adventure tourism in Mexico.

Coastal adaptation planning in Fairbourne, Wales: Lessons for climate change adaptation (2020)
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Buser, M. (in press). Coastal adaptation planning in Fairbourne, Wales: Lessons for climate change adaptation. Planning Practice and Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/02697459.2019.1696145

Adaptation to climate change is emerging as a central objective and policy frame for coastal communities. This paper examines recent climate change adaptation efforts in the UK, centring on the case of Fairbourne, Wales. The village is facing the lon... Read More about Coastal adaptation planning in Fairbourne, Wales: Lessons for climate change adaptation.

AHP leadership in academia: opportunities, challenges and current positioning (2020)
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Gibbs, V., & Griffiths, M. (in press). AHP leadership in academia: opportunities, challenges and current positioning. Studies in Higher Education, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2020.1716320

The aim of this research was to gain a deeper understanding of the perceptions of key stakeholders in relation to the current extent of Allied Health Professionals in leadership roles within academia. The researchers undertook an exploration of th... Read More about AHP leadership in academia: opportunities, challenges and current positioning.

A cluster randomized controlled trial of the SoMe social media literacy body image and wellbeing program for adolescent boys and girls: Study protocol (2020)
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Slater, A., Gordon, C., Rodgers, R., McLean, S., Jarman, H., & Paxton, S. (in press). A cluster randomized controlled trial of the SoMe social media literacy body image and wellbeing program for adolescent boys and girls: Study protocol. Body Image,

Youth spend substantial time on social media, which can foster self-critical processes that increase risk of body dissatisfaction, disordered eating, and depressed mood. To date, there have been few investigations of interventions to decrease the neg... Read More about A cluster randomized controlled trial of the SoMe social media literacy body image and wellbeing program for adolescent boys and girls: Study protocol.

The Relationship between Feeding and Non-Nutritive Sucking Behaviours and Speech Sound Development: A Systematic Review (2020)
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Burr, S., Harding, S., Wren, Y., & Deave, T. (in press). The Relationship between Feeding and Non-Nutritive Sucking Behaviours and Speech Sound Development: A Systematic Review. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1159/000505266

Background Children with and without Speech Sound Disorders (SSD) are exposed to different patterns of infant feeding (breast/bottle feeding) and may or may not engage in non-nutritive sucking (NNS) (pacifier/digit sucking). Sucking and speech use... Read More about The Relationship between Feeding and Non-Nutritive Sucking Behaviours and Speech Sound Development: A Systematic Review.

‘If independence goes, the planning system goes’: New Political Governance and the English Planning Inspectorate (2020)
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Hickman, H., & Boddy, M. (2020). ‘If independence goes, the planning system goes’: New Political Governance and the English Planning Inspectorate. Town Planning Review, 91(1), 21-45

Radical restructuring of 'arms-length' government bodies following the 2010 UK national election signalled a change in relations between government and the civil service. This was seen as a major shift in modes of governance from 'new public manageme... Read More about ‘If independence goes, the planning system goes’: New Political Governance and the English Planning Inspectorate.

Why does the history of economic thought neglect Post-Keynesian economics? (2020)
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Guizzo, D. (2020). Why does the history of economic thought neglect Post-Keynesian economics?. Review of Keynesian Economics, 8(1), 119-137. https://doi.org/10.4337/roke.2020.01.09

Despite receiving increased interest after the global financial crisis of 2007/8 and consolidating itself as an established research program, Post-Keynesian economics (PK) remains underrepresented within the publications in the history of economics.... Read More about Why does the history of economic thought neglect Post-Keynesian economics?.

Optimisation of the internal structure of ceramic membranes for electricity production in urine-fed microbial fuel cells (2020)
Journal Article
Salar-García, M., & Ieropoulos, I. (2020). Optimisation of the internal structure of ceramic membranes for electricity production in urine-fed microbial fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources, 451, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2020.227741

The need to find a feasible alternative to commercial membranes for microbial fuel cells (MFCs) poses an important challenge for the practical implementation of this technology. This work aims to analyse the influence of the internal structure of low... Read More about Optimisation of the internal structure of ceramic membranes for electricity production in urine-fed microbial fuel cells.