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Thematic analysis
Journal Article
Clarke, V., & Braun, V. (2015). Thematic analysis. Journal of Positive Psychology,

On Nietzsche and pregnancy; The beginning of the genesis of a new human being
Book Chapter
Mitcheson, K. (2019). On Nietzsche and pregnancy; The beginning of the genesis of a new human being. In L. Irigaray, M. O'Brien, & C. Hadjioannou (Eds.), Towards a New Human BeingPalgrave Macmillan

Luce Irigaray’s recent book To Be Born; The Genesis of New a Human Being can be seen as a response to Friedrich Nietzsche’s infamous call for us to overcome humanity in its current form. Irigaray shares with Nietzsche the belief that to overcome the... Read More about On Nietzsche and pregnancy; The beginning of the genesis of a new human being.

Definitions and social constructions of sex offenders
Book Chapter
Harrison, K., McCartan, K. F., & Manning, R. Definitions and social constructions of sex offenders. In K. Harrison (Ed.), Managing High-Risk Sex Offenders in the Community: risk management, treatment and social responsibilities, 3-17. Willan

This chapter discusses the complexity surrounding the social and cultural definitions of sexual abuse from a multi-disciplinary perspective.

Leaving no one behind: People of African descent & the sustainable development goals (sdgs)
Report
Olaiya, H. B. A. Leaving no one behind: People of African descent & the sustainable development goals (sdgs)

Background briefing circulated to members of ENAR Steering Committee on Afro-phobia. It highlights draft recommendations of the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, and empirical findings of my research study in relation to SDGs.

How valuable is the concept of resilience in understanding how paramedics 'survive' their work
Thesis
Clompus, S. (2014). How valuable is the concept of resilience in understanding how paramedics 'survive' their work. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Abstract This study was prompted by the reflective essays submitted by paramedics in which they recounted traumatic experiences from work which seemed unprocessed. I subsequently became interested in how paramedics maintained their resilience and ‘... Read More about How valuable is the concept of resilience in understanding how paramedics 'survive' their work.

Integrated children’s services: Evaluating practice to support learning for new roles
Report
Oliver, B. Integrated children’s services: Evaluating practice to support learning for new roles

The Every Child Matters agenda is leading to significant change for the children’s workforce. Higher Education can play a significant role in this process, appropriately aligning student learning with the new ways of working. However, it has been not... Read More about Integrated children’s services: Evaluating practice to support learning for new roles.

The social value of a community-based health project: Healthy living wessex social return on investment report
Report
Healthy living wessex social return on investment report

This report examines the social and economic value of Healthy Living Wessex’s Activate Your Life, a project designed to promote healthier lifestyles for people vulnerable to poor health through weight-related issues. It presents the findings of an as... Read More about The social value of a community-based health project: Healthy living wessex social return on investment report.

Rethinking feminism debate
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Mackay, F. Rethinking feminism debate

We think feminism fights for equality for everyone. But from the right to wear headscarves to the refusal of contraception, ideas of what is fair and what equality is vary dramatically. Does feminism lack a universal goal because its an impossible dr... Read More about Rethinking feminism debate.