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The Artisan Brand. Entrepreneurship and Marketing in Contemporary Craft Economies (2022)
Book
Mulholland, J. (in press). M. Massi, & A. Ricci (Eds.). The Artisan Brand. Entrepreneurship and Marketing in Contemporary Craft Economies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing

Investigating the changing forms and dynamics of the artisanal and craft sector, this timely book considers the opportunities, challenges and uncertainties associated with artisanal businesses in new economic times. An international range of case stu... Read More about The Artisan Brand. Entrepreneurship and Marketing in Contemporary Craft Economies.

The European Union as a Global Counter-Terrorism Actor (2022)
Book
Kaunert, C., MacKenzie, A., & Leonard, S. (2022). The European Union as a Global Counter-Terrorism Actor. Edward Elgar Publishing

After the death of Osama Bin Laden and the demise of Al Qaeda, the EU is increasingly threatened by new jihadi terrorist groups such as ISIS, as exemplified by recent terror attacks on Paris, Brussels, Nice, Berlin and Manchester. This book investiga... Read More about The European Union as a Global Counter-Terrorism Actor.

Love: Why romantic love matters in uncertain times (2022)
Book Chapter
Carter, J. (2022). Love: Why romantic love matters in uncertain times. In M. Hviid Jacobsen (Ed.), Emotions in Culture and Everyday Life: Conceptual, Theoretical and Empirical Explorations. Routledge

This volume describes and analyses a series of emotions prevalent in everyday life and culture, with each chapter exploring the main facets of a particular emotion and considering the ways in which it manifests itself in and informs our culture and l... Read More about Love: Why romantic love matters in uncertain times.

Students’ representations of menopause and perimenopause: Out of control bodies and empathetic expert doctors (2022)
Journal Article
Hayfield, N., & Campbell, C. (in press). Students’ representations of menopause and perimenopause: Out of control bodies and empathetic expert doctors. Sex Roles, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-022-01320-2+

Representations of peri/menopause are influential in relation to how peri/menopause is understood and how peri/menopausal women are perceived, both of which have important implications for health and wellbeing. In this paper, we report results from a... Read More about Students’ representations of menopause and perimenopause: Out of control bodies and empathetic expert doctors.

Agonism or identity? A response to Chin’s and Levey’s recognition as acknowledgement: Symbolic politics in multicultural democracies (2022)
Journal Article
Thompson, S. (in press). Agonism or identity? A response to Chin’s and Levey’s recognition as acknowledgement: Symbolic politics in multicultural democracies. Ethnic and Racial Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2022.2102934

In their thoughtful and thought-provoking article, Clayton Chin and Geoffrey Brahm Levey argue that a distinctive conception of recognition as acknowledgement can and should be used in order to achieve the symbolic inclusion of all members of multicu... Read More about Agonism or identity? A response to Chin’s and Levey’s recognition as acknowledgement: Symbolic politics in multicultural democracies.

Prisoners' human rights in England & Wales: Zigzags, flatlines and missed opportunities (2022)
Book Chapter
Karamalidou, A. (2022). Prisoners' human rights in England & Wales: Zigzags, flatlines and missed opportunities. In E. Johnston (Ed.), Challenges in Criminal Justice (180-196). (1). London and New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003143321-11

The chapter presents and critically reviews the prison policy in England and Wales from 2013 to the present day against the backdrop of the legalisation of prisoners’ human rights and the incorporation of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR... Read More about Prisoners' human rights in England & Wales: Zigzags, flatlines and missed opportunities.

Mothering, caring and educating: Learning from experience and psychosocial pedagogy (2022)
Journal Article
Crociani-Windland, L. (2022). Mothering, caring and educating: Learning from experience and psychosocial pedagogy. Journal of Psychosocial Studies, 15(2), 87-97. https://doi.org/10.1332/147867321X16575387662320

This article takes its starting point from aspects of the author’s biography and her experiences of supervising students who have in common experiences of being so-called ‘parental’ or ‘parentified’ children. Bion’s work and biography are used to und... Read More about Mothering, caring and educating: Learning from experience and psychosocial pedagogy.

Towards good practice in thematic analysis: Avoiding common problems and be(com)ing a knowing researcher (2022)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). Towards good practice in thematic analysis: Avoiding common problems and be(com)ing a knowing researcher. International Journal of Transgenderism,

In response to the increasing use of thematic analysis (TA), and particularly the TA approach we have developed, in qualitative and mixed methods research published in IJTH, the editors of the journal have invited us to provide a commentary on good p... Read More about Towards good practice in thematic analysis: Avoiding common problems and be(com)ing a knowing researcher.

Getting what you deserve? (2022)
Other
Goodman, S., Carr, P., & Abell, J. (2022). Getting what you deserve?. [Magazine print/digital]. The Psychologist Magasine July/August 2022 - Income Inequality

The UK is a particularly unequal society, with the richest 0.1 per cent of households having as much wealth as the poorest half of all households (Equality Trust, 2022). Wilkinson and Pickett (2017) have shown that such elevated levels of income ineq... Read More about Getting what you deserve?.

‘Sunshine’, ‘angels’ and ‘rainbows’: Language developed by mothers bereaved by perinatal loss (2022)
Journal Article
Wheeler, L., Fragkiadaki, E., Clarke, V., & DiCaccavo, A. (2022). ‘Sunshine’, ‘angels’ and ‘rainbows’: Language developed by mothers bereaved by perinatal loss. British Journal of Midwifery, 30(7), 368-374. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjom.2022.30.7.368

Background A perinatal loss is a life-changing event that can have psychological consequences for a mother both after the loss and in a subsequent pregnancy. Aims This qualitative study aimed to examine mothers' lived experiences of the holistic jour... Read More about ‘Sunshine’, ‘angels’ and ‘rainbows’: Language developed by mothers bereaved by perinatal loss.

Refugee identity and integration in Germany during the European “Migration Crisis”: Why local community support matters, and why policy gets it wrong (2022)
Journal Article
Lienen, C., & LeRoux-Rutledge, E. (in press). Refugee identity and integration in Germany during the European “Migration Crisis”: Why local community support matters, and why policy gets it wrong. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 17. https://doi.org/10.1080/15562948.2022.2098445

Although the 2015 “refugee crisis” dominated Europe’s policy-making agenda, little research was actually conducted with refugees. Using focus groups, interviews and photovoice, this study explores the identities and integration of 20 refugees, in two... Read More about Refugee identity and integration in Germany during the European “Migration Crisis”: Why local community support matters, and why policy gets it wrong.

The securitization of COVID-19 as a security norm: WHO norm entrepreneurship and norm cascading (2022)
Journal Article
Kaunert, C., Leonard, S., & Wertman, O. (2022). The securitization of COVID-19 as a security norm: WHO norm entrepreneurship and norm cascading. Social Sciences, 11(7), 266-285. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci11070266

In this article, we analyze the emergence of a global security norm of the COVID-19 epidemic as a threat to international security. This crisis is one of the gravest crises that humanity has experienced since the end of World War II in terms of the n... Read More about The securitization of COVID-19 as a security norm: WHO norm entrepreneurship and norm cascading.

Beyond divisions (2022)
Journal Article
Crociani-Windland, L. (in press). Beyond divisions. New Associations,

The stigma-vulnerability nexus and the framing of drug problems (2022)
Journal Article
Alexandrescu, L., & Spicer, J. (in press). The stigma-vulnerability nexus and the framing of drug problems. Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy, https://doi.org/10.1080/09687637.2022.2049214

This paper proposes a stigma-vulnerability nexus as a critical incursion into understandings of and responses to drug-related social problems. Considering stigma and vulnerability as sites of ostensibly empathetic interventions that aim to mitigate t... Read More about The stigma-vulnerability nexus and the framing of drug problems.

Advancing the embedding framework: using longitudinal methods to revisit French highly skilled migrants in the context of Brexit (2022)
Journal Article
Mulholland, J., & Ryan, L. (in press). Advancing the embedding framework: using longitudinal methods to revisit French highly skilled migrants in the context of Brexit. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2022.2057282

There has been exponential growth in research about the impact of Brexit on the plans and projects of EU migrants in the UK. Much research focuses on highly visible migrants, such as the Poles. By focusing on French highly skilled migrants in London,... Read More about Advancing the embedding framework: using longitudinal methods to revisit French highly skilled migrants in the context of Brexit.

Everything changes… well some things do: Reflections on, and resources for, reflexive thematic analysis (2022)
Journal Article
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (in press). Everything changes… well some things do: Reflections on, and resources for, reflexive thematic analysis. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin,

In this short piece, we respond to an invite from QMiP Bulletin to signpost the resources we have created for learning about and doing (and teaching and supervising) TA; we also briefly signal some the things that have changed in our thinking. Our ne... Read More about Everything changes… well some things do: Reflections on, and resources for, reflexive thematic analysis.

"The politics of gender and identity": Finn Mackay in conversation with Jana Bacevic (2022)
Digital Artefact
Mackay, F. (2022). "The politics of gender and identity": Finn Mackay in conversation with Jana Bacevic. [Video]

Can we find a way through and even around the messy gender wars currently raging on- and offline? In this wide-ranging and timely conversation with Jana Bacevic, sociologist and activist Finn Mackay provides important theoretical background and conte... Read More about "The politics of gender and identity": Finn Mackay in conversation with Jana Bacevic.

Lesbian feminism (2022)
Book Chapter
Mackay, F. (2022). Lesbian feminism. In The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Sex and Sexuality. London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003286523-16

Lesbianism is the term used to describe a sexual orientation, sexual acts and desires, and romantic and sexual love between women. During the period known as the feminist Second Wave across the Western world, roughly from the late 1960s and into the... Read More about Lesbian feminism.