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  • 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 ...
  • When your pregnancy echoes your illness: transition to motherhood with inflammatory bowel disease 

    Ghorayeb J, Branney P, Selinger CP et al (2018) When your pregnancy echoes your illness: transition to motherhood with inflammatory bowel disease. Qualitative Health Research. Accepted for Publication.
    Our aim is to provide an understanding of the experience of women with IBD who have made the transition to motherhood. Twenty-two mothers with IBD were recruited from around the UK. Semi-structured interviews were conducted ...
  • Social innovations for social cohesion in Western Europe: success dimensions for lifelong learning and education 

    Kapoor K, Weerakkody and Schroeder A (2017) Social innovations for social cohesion in Western Europe: success dimensions for lifelong learning and education. Article in Press.
    In addressing the EU2020 goals, skills shortage combined with increasing unemployment rates is to be primarily tackled in Western Europe; the common factor here is education. Education and lifelong learning (LL) are the ...
  • Applying behavior change techniques in an internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4me study 

    Macready AL, Fallaize R, Butler LT, Ellis JA, Kuznesof S, Frewer LJ, Celis-Morales C, Livingstone KM, Araujo-Soares V, Fischer A, Stewart-Knox BJ, Mathers JC, Lovegrove JA (2018) Applying behavior change techniques in an internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4me study. JMIR Research Protocols. Accepted for publication. DOI: 10.2196/resprot.8703.
    In order to determine the efficacy of behavior change techniques (BCT) applied in dietary and physical activity intervention studies, it is first necessary to record and describe techniques which have been used during such ...
  • Silence in the sexual agenda of a UK probation service 

    Beckett-Wrighton C (2012) Silence in the sexual agenda of a UK probation service. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An international Journal. 31(8): 753-767.
    The purpose of this paper is to interrogate ways in which sex and sexual orientation are excluded from the agenda of work relationships in one probation service. The research was conducted through conversational interviews ...
  • Assessing the Cost of Cuts in Welfare Spending for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People 

    Beckett-Wrighton C (2015) Assessing the Cost of Cuts in Welfare Spending for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People. Social Policy and Society. 14(1): 29-41.
    The current austerity in government spending has far reaching implications, not only for individuals but for the context in which a welfare state is perceived. The position has been reached at the same time as equality ...
  • ‘I don’t think it should make a huge difference if you haven’t got the ‘R’ word in it’: Practitioner accounts of mental health recovery 

    Sparkes T (2017) 'I don't think it should make a huge difference if you haven't got the 'R' word in it': Practitioner accounts of mental health recovery. The British Journal of Social Work. Article in Press.
    Rhetorically contextualised against a history of poor outcomes and negative attitudes, New Labour’s mental health policy introduced recovery as a turn towards optimism, control and choice for those who provide and use ...
  • Decentring emotion regulation: from emotion regulation to relational emotion 

    Burkitt I (2017) Decentring emotion regulation: from emotion regulation to relational emotion. Emotion Review. Article in Press.
    This article takes a critical approach to emotion regulation suggesting that the concept needs supplementing with a relational position on the generation and restraint of emotion. I chart the relational approach to emotion, ...
  • Capturing health and eating status through a Nutritional Perception Screening Questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4Me study 

    San-Cristobal R, Navas-Carretero S, Celis-Morales C et al (2017) Capturing health and eating status through a Nutritional Perception Screening Questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4Me study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 14(168).
    Background: National guidelines emphasize healthy eating to promote wellbeing and prevention of non-communicable diseases. The perceived healthiness of food is determined by many factors affecting food intake. A positive ...
  • “You shut up and go along with it”: An interpretative phenomenological study of former professional footballers’ experiences of addiction 

    Brownrigg A, Burr V, Brider A et al (2017) “You shut up and go along with it”: An interpretive phenomenological study of former professional footballers’ experiences of addiction. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. 10(2): 238-255.
    Research evidence suggests that professional players across a variety of sports may be at greater risk of developing addictions and other mental illnesses than the general population, both during and post-career. In this ...
  • Analysis: Voices from the movement: What can the Trade Union Act (2016) tell us about trade union organising? 

    Porter F, Blakey H, Chater M, Chesters G, Hannam M and Manborde I (2017) Voices from the movement: What can the Trade Union Act tell us about trade union organising? Renewal: A Journal of Social Democracy. 25 (2): 59-73.
    Introduction It is easy to think of the Trade Union Act (2016) as ‘Thatcher Round 2’: the economic strategy of austerity once again pits the haves against the have-nots, creating the potential for a re-invigorated trade ...
  • True and intentionally fabricated memories 

    Justice LV, Morrison CM and Conway MA (2013) True and intentionally fabricated memories. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 66(6): 1196-1203.
    The aim of the experiment reported here was to investigate the processes underlying the construction of truthful and deliberately fabricated memories. Properties of memories created to be intentionally false (fabricated ...
  • South-South Cooperation and Neo-liberal hegemony in a Post-aid world 

    Morvaridi B and Hughes C (2018) South-South Cooperation and Neo-liberal hegemony in a Post-aid world. Development and Change. Accepted for Publication.
    South-South Cooperation SSC) has returned as a significant trope in the contemporary rhetoric of the aid industry. We compare the way that the idea of SSC is being currently constructed. In the 1960s and 1970s, SSC was ...
  • National minorities as peace-builders? How three Baltic Germans responded to the First World War 

    Housden M (2017) National minorities as peace-builders? How three Baltic Germans responded to the First World War. Peace and Change. Accepted for Publication.
    Many members of Europe’s national minorities had particularly terrible experiences during the First World War. This article examines how three ethnic German minority activists from the Baltic region responded to those ...
  • The links between financial inclusion and financial stability: A study of BRICS 

    Arora RU (2018) The links between financial inclusion and financial stability: A study of BRICS. In: Anand P, Comim F, Fennell S and Weiss J. (Eds) The Oxford Handbook of BRICS and Emerging Economies. New York: Oxford University Press. Accepted for publication.
    In recent years financial inclusion has become an important policy goal in the developing countries. The definition of financial inclusion is however, not clear and varies from ‘banking the unbanked’ to ‘branchless banking’. ...
  • Providing personalised nutrition: Consumers’ trust and preferences regarding sources of information, service providers and regulators, and communication channels 

    Poínhos R, Oliveira B, van der Lans IA, Fischer ARH, Berezowska A, Kuznesof S, Stewart-Knox B, Frewer LJ, de Almeida MDV (2017) Providing personalised nutrition: Consumers’ trust and preferences regarding sources of information, service providers and regulators, and communication channels. Public Health Genomics. 20(4): 218-228.
    Background/Aims: Personalised nutrition has potential to revolutionise dietary health promotion if accepted by the general public. We studied trust and preferences regarding personalised nutrition services, how they influence ...
  • Agency, ‘good motherhood’ and ‘a load of mush’: Constructions of baby-led weaning in the press 

    Locke A (2015) Agency, ‘good motherhood’ and ‘a load of mush’: Constructions of baby-led weaning in the press. Women’s Studies International Forum. 53: 139-146.
    In this age of ‘intensive motherhood’, new mothers are flooded with information on the best ways in which to raise their children. One of the key issues is infant feeding, in particular, the timing and method of weaning ...
  • Assessing the impact of regeneration spending: lessons from the United Kingdom and the wider world 

    Potts D (2008) Assessing the impact of regeneration spending: lessons from the United Kingdom and the wider world. Education, Knowledge and Economy. (2)3: 213-222.
    The government increased the funding for regional development agencies to £2.3 billion in 2007/8, yet hard evidence on the effectiveness of the spending is difficult to find. Techniques for valuing benefits in difficult ...
  • How Concessional is Aid Lending? 

    Potts D and Chung WY (2008) How Concessional is Aid Lending? Journal of Development Studies. 44(7): 1023-1036.
    The method used by Development Assistance Committee countries for measuring the concessionality of aid loans has remained unchanged for nearly 20 years. It was designed to measure the net cost of aid to donors not the ...
  • Forget the Weights, Who gets the Benefits? How to Bring a Poverty Focus to the Economic Analysis of Projects 

    Potts D (1999) Forget the Weights, Who gets the Benefits? How to Bring a Poverty Focus to the Economic Analysis of Projects. Journal of International Development. 11(4): 581-595.
    This paper examines the way in which the distributional impact of projects has been treated in the cost±bene®t analysis literature. It is suggested that excessive emphasis has been given to the estimation of distribution ...

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