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  • Towards Peaceful Adaptation? Reflections on the purpose, scope, and practice of peace studies in the 21st Century 

    Kelly RHS and Kelly U (2013) Towards Peaceful Adaptation? Reflections on the purpose, scope, and practice of peace studies in the 21st Century. Peace Studies Journal. 6(3): 85-106.
    Our aim in this article is to articulate and consider a number of questions concerning the future purpose, scope, and practice of peace studies. Our premise, set out in the first section, is that the current era of growth ...
  • Development and Validation of the Child Three Factor Eating Questionnaire (CTFEQr17) 

    Bryant EJ (2018) Development and Validation of the Child Three Factor Eating Questionnaire (CTFEQr17) Public Health Nutrition. Article in press.
    OBJECTIVE: Develop and validate a child and adolescent version of the Three Factor Eating Questionnaire (CTFEQr17), and to assess its psychometric properties and factor structure. We also examined associations between the ...
  • Rewarding altruism: addressing the issue of payments for volunteers in public health initiatives 

    South J, Purcell ME, Branney P et al (2014) Rewarding altruism: addressing the issue of payments for volunteers in public health initiatives. Social Science & Medicine. 104: 80-87.
    Lay involvement in public health programmes occurs through formalised lay health worker (LHW) and other volunteer roles. Whether such participation should be supported, or indeed rewarded, by payment is a critical question. ...
  • Engaging men with penile cancer in qualitative research: reflections from an interview-based study 

    Witty K, Branney P, Bullen K et al (2014) Engaging men with penile cancer in qualitative research: reflections from an interview-based study. Nurse Researcher. 21(3): 13-19.
    Aim To explore the challenges of engaging men with penile cancer in qualitative interview research. Background Qualitative interviewing offers an ideal tool for exploring men’s experiences of illness, complementing and ...
  • Psychology, men and cancer 

    Branney P, Witty K and Eardley I (2014) Psychology, men and cancer. The Psychologist. 27(6): 410-413.
    A disease of the anatomical or social body, cancer raises fears about the uncontrollable division and multiplication of some abnormality that will lead ultimately to the destruction of those very conditions that ...
  • Life Stories, Criminal Justice and Caring Research 

    Rogers C (2018) Life Stories, Criminal Justice and Caring Research. In: Noblit G (Ed) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. New York: Oxford University Press. In press.
    In the context of offenders who have learning difficulties, autism and/or social, emotional and mental health problems, their families, and professionals who work with them, I explore caring and ethical research processes ...
  • Food choice motives, attitudes toward and intention to adopt personalised nutrition 

    Rankin A, Bunting BP, Poinhos R, van der Lans I, Fischer A, Frewer LJ, Stewart-Knox BJ (2018) Food choice motives, attitudes toward and intention to adopt personalised nutrition. Public Health Nutrition. Accepted for publication.
    Objective: This study explored associations between food choice motives, attitudes towards, 5 and intention to adopt personalised nutrition in order to inform communication strategies 6 based on consumer priorities and ...
  • Masculinities, humour and care for penile cancer: a qualitative study 

    Branney P, Witty K, Braybrook D et al (2014) Masculinities, humour and care for penile cancer: a qualitative study. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 70(9): 2051-2060.
    Aim: To explore how men with penile cancer construct humour in relation to their diagnosis and treatment. Background: Functionalist, relief and incongruity theories attempt to account for humour but there is a dearth ...
  • Mortality and sexuality after diagnosis of penile cancer: a participative study 

    Branney P, Witty K, Braybrook D et al (2016) Mortality and sexuality after diagnosis of penile cancer: a participative study. International Journal of Urological Nursing. 10(3): 137-145.
    Survival for penile cancer is high but treatment can have a long-term detrimental effect on urological function and quality of life. Owing to its rarity, it is difficult to include men with penile cancer in research about ...
  • Social media platforms as complex and contradictory spaces for feminisms: Visibility, opportunity, power, resistance and activism 

    Locke A, Lawthom R and Lyons A (2018) Social media platforms as complex and contradictory spaces for feminisms: Visibility, opportunity, power, resistance and activism. Feminism & Psychology. 28(1): 3-10.
    This special issue on feminisms and social media is published at a unique point in time, namely when social media platforms are routinely utilised for communication from the mundane to the extraordinary, to offer support ...
  • ‘I see my section scar like a battle scar’: The ongoing embodied subjectivity of maternity 

    Johnson S (2018) ‘I see my section scar like a battle scar’: The ongoing embodied subjectivity of maternity. Feminism & Psychology. Accepted for Publication.
    Though many women may be dissatisfied with their bodies, maternity represents a period when the body deviates significantly from Western beauty ideals. However, the developing corpus of literature is contradictory and there ...
  • Editorial: Psychology Teaching Review:Special Issue on Internationalisation 

    Lantz-Deaton C (2016). Editorial: Psychology Teaching Review: Special Internationalisation Issue. 22(2): 1-2.
  • Through the Glass Ceiling: Is Mentoring the Way Forward 

    Lantz-Deaton C, Tabassum N and McIntosh B (2018) Through the Glass Ceiling: Is Mentoring the Way Forward. International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management. Accepted for publication.
    Over the past 30 years, the term the ‘glass ceiling’ has come to be known as a metaphor for vertical segregation, symbolising an invisible barrier that prevents women from progressing in their careers. Increasingly women ...
  • ‘Forgotten Europeans’: transnational minority activism in the age of European integration 

    Smith DJ, Germane M and Housden M (2018) ‘Forgotten Europeans’: transnational minority activism in the age of European integration. Nations and Nationalism. Online before print.
    This article examines transnational activism by coalitions of national minorities in Europe from the early 20th century to the present, setting this within the broader ‘security versus democracy dilemma’ that continues to ...
  • Is food insecurity associated with maternal health among UK ethnic groups? An exploration of women in the BiB cohort 

    Power MS, Small A, Doherty B, Stewart-Knox B and Pickett E (2018) Is food insecurity associated with maternal health among UK ethnic groups? An exploration of women in the BiB cohort. European Journal of Public Health. Online before print.
    Food insecurity is a determinant of maternal health; however, research on the health impact of food insecurity among mothers of varying ethnicities is under-developed. We assessed the association of food insecurity and ...
  • Cauvery dispute: An analysis of a river dispute 

    Anand PB (2007) An analysis of a river dispute: interactions of economics and politics. In: Anand PB (Ed) Scarcity, entitlements and the economics of water in developing countries. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar: 112-142.
    This chapter is based on extensive qualitative fieldwork in several districts of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu states in India. It provides an overview of the inter-state water disputes context in India and then proceeds to an ...
  • “Creative Ferment in Eastern Europe”: Thatcher’s Diplomacy and the Transformation of Hungary in the Mid-1980s 

    Bátonyi G (2018) “Creative Ferment in Eastern Europe”: Thatcher’s Diplomacy and the Transformation of Hungary in the Mid-1980s. Diplomacy and Statecraft. 29(4). Accepted for publication.
    This analysis of British Ostpolitik focuses on Margaret Thatcher’s diplomacy, exploring her quietly pragmatic efforts to bring about a gradual transformation of Eastern Europe, at the cost of supporting selected communist ...
  • Poverty and its impact on parenting in the UK: Re-defining the critical nature of the relationship through examining lived experiences in times of austerity 

    Rose W and McAuley C (2018) Poverty and its impact on parenting in the UK: Re-defining the critical nature of the relationship through examining lived experiences in times of austerity. Children and Youth Services Review. Accepted for publication.
    Current political rhetoric and some media commentaries suggest there is a yawning gap of understanding between policymakers and the reality of families living in poverty in 21st century Britain. A key reason identified for ...
  • Do public sector banks promote regional growth? Evidence from an emerging economy 

    Arora R and Wondemu K (2018) Do public sector banks promote regional growth? Evidence from an emerging economy. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies. 30(1): 66-87.
    A large literature exists on the relationship between financial development and economic growth. The role of government and public banks in building this relationship has however, remained contentious. In this study in a ...
  • Race, Sovereignty and Free Trade: Arms Trade Regulation and Humanitarian Arms Control in the Age of Empire 

    Cooper N (2018) Race, Sovereignty and Free Trade: Arms Trade Regulation and Humanitarian Arms Control in the Age of Empire. Journal of Global Security Studies. Accepted for publication.
    This paper examines arms trade regulation in the late 19th century and contributes to the literature on norms, arms regulation, humanitarian arms control and arms control as governmentality. I begin by examining the 1890 ...

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