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Malaria, water management, and identity in the English lowlands (2018)
Journal Article
Bankoff, G. (2018). Malaria, water management, and identity in the English lowlands. Environmental History, 23(3), 470-494. https://doi.org/10.1093/envhis/emx137

Much of the eastern seaboard of England lying between East Yorkshire and the Pevensey Levels in Kent constitutes an English Lowlands, a distinctive region characterized by large areas of marsh and fen, and a subculture borne out of the vicissitudes a... Read More about Malaria, water management, and identity in the English lowlands.

Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis (2018)
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Clisby, S. (2018). Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis. Studies on Home and Community Science, 11(2), 57-65. https://doi.org/10.1080/09737189.2017.1420382

In this practical methodological piece I provide an illustration of what form gender analysis training might take. This is an example of training that I have devised and employed in various ways and formats in my work with a range of NGOs and non-sta... Read More about Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis.

‘Jesus saves’ and ‘Clothed in Christ’: athletic religious apparel in the Christian CrossFit community (2017)
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Ornella, A. D. (in press). ‘Jesus saves’ and ‘Clothed in Christ’: athletic religious apparel in the Christian CrossFit community. Sport in Society, 22(2), 266-280. https://doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2017.1360580

The popular sport of CrossFit has attracted a number of Christians who simultaneously celebrate their passion for their faith and their passion for their sport. In this interplay of sport and religion, fashion becomes an important means for the profe... Read More about ‘Jesus saves’ and ‘Clothed in Christ’: athletic religious apparel in the Christian CrossFit community.

Restorative justice in the Basque peace process: some experiments and their lessons (2017)
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Zernova, M. (2017). Restorative justice in the Basque peace process: some experiments and their lessons. Contemporary Justice Review, 20(3), 363-391. https://doi.org/10.1080/10282580.2017.1348899

This paper contributes to the literature that analyses application of restorative justice in transitional societies. It examines recent attempts to employ restorative justice in the Basque peace process following ETA’s ceasefire. Using the Basque exp... Read More about Restorative justice in the Basque peace process: some experiments and their lessons.

Moral dependence and natural properties (2017)
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Zangwill, N. (2017). Moral dependence and natural properties. Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume, 91(1), 221-243. https://doi.org/10.1093/arisup/akx007

I explore the Because Constraint—the idea that moral facts depend on natural facts and that moral judgements ought to respect the dependence of moral facts on natural facts. I consider several issues concerning its clarification and importance.

Theism and contrastive explanation (2017)
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Came, D. (2017). Theism and contrastive explanation. European journal for philosophy of religion, 9(1), 19-26 . https://doi.org/10.24204/ejpr.v9i1.1862

I argue that there could not be grounds on which to introduce God into our ontology. My argument presupposes two doctrines. First, we should allow into our ontology only what figures in the best explanation of an event or fact. Second, explanation is... Read More about Theism and contrastive explanation.

Multilevel determinants of teenage childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of HIV/AIDS (2017)
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Magadi, M. A. (2017). Multilevel determinants of teenage childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of HIV/AIDS. Health and Place, 46, 37-48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2017.04.006

This paper examined national variations and multilevel determinants of teenage childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) in the context of HIV/AIDS using data from recent Demographic and Health Surveys conducted in 29 countries of SSA. Results showed... Read More about Multilevel determinants of teenage childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of HIV/AIDS.

Love is what people say it is: Performativity and narrativity in critical love studies (2017)
Journal Article
Gratzke, M. (2017). Love is what people say it is: Performativity and narrativity in critical love studies. Journal of popular romance studies, 6, 1-20

This article outlines the objectives of critical love studies, their grounding in a wide range of critical theory, a multi-disciplinary methodology, and finally gives an example of practical application in literary scholarship and participatory commu... Read More about Love is what people say it is: Performativity and narrativity in critical love studies.

Choreography, controversy and child sex abuse: Theoretical reflections on a cultural criminological analysis of dance in a pop music video (2017)
Journal Article
Dearey, M. (2018). Choreography, controversy and child sex abuse: Theoretical reflections on a cultural criminological analysis of dance in a pop music video. Theoretical Criminology, 22(2), 189-205. https://doi.org/10.1177/1362480617699159

This article was inspired by the controversy over claims of ‘pedophilia!!!!’ undertones and the ‘triggering’ of memories of childhood sexual abuse in some viewers by the dance performance featured in the music video for Sia’s ‘Elastic Heart’ (2015).... Read More about Choreography, controversy and child sex abuse: Theoretical reflections on a cultural criminological analysis of dance in a pop music video.

‘In the margins of Europe’ : Cypriot nationalism, liminality and the moral economy of the financial crisis (2017)
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Argyrou, V. (2017). ‘In the margins of Europe’ : Cypriot nationalism, liminality and the moral economy of the financial crisis. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 23(1), 118-132. https://doi.org/10.1080/13537113.2017.1273691

This article argues that Greek Cypriot nationalism has been in large part motivated by the misconceived idea of Cyprus becoming a modern, European society. Although Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004, the perception of it by the European north... Read More about ‘In the margins of Europe’ : Cypriot nationalism, liminality and the moral economy of the financial crisis.

Seeking Educational Excellence Everywhere: an exploration into the impact of academisation on alternative education provision in England (2016)
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DEAN, C. (2016). Seeking Educational Excellence Everywhere: an exploration into the impact of academisation on alternative education provision in England. Forum for Promoting 3-19 Comprehensive Education, 58(3), 355-363. https://doi.org/10.15730/forum.2016.58.3.355

This article presents a policy analysis of the UK Government's Academies programme and explores the impact that this might have on young people who have become disengaged from the mainstream education system and are thus educated in 'alternative prov... Read More about Seeking Educational Excellence Everywhere: an exploration into the impact of academisation on alternative education provision in England.

HIV/AIDS and contraceptive use: Factors associated with contraceptive use among sexually-active HIV-positive women in Kenya (2016)
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Magadi, M. A., & Magadi, W. A. (2017). HIV/AIDS and contraceptive use: Factors associated with contraceptive use among sexually-active HIV-positive women in Kenya. Contraception, 95(3), 312-321 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.contraception.2016.10.013

Objectives: With increased availability of anti-retroviral therapy and improved survival for people living with HIV, more HIV-positive women are leading full reproductive lives. However, HIV-positive women have special contraceptive needs/concerns. T... Read More about HIV/AIDS and contraceptive use: Factors associated with contraceptive use among sexually-active HIV-positive women in Kenya.

Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats (2016)
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Skinner, A. (2016). Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 36(3), (257-268). doi:10.1080/14682761.2016.1225184. ISSN 1468-2761

Soviet socialist realism is frequently constructed as the death knell of the Russian avant-garde. The combination of vague instructions (mainly concerning the required effect of the work, rather than its formal construction) with severe consequences... Read More about Exploring the hinterlands : avant-garde temporality, socialist realism, and Pogodin’s Aristocrats.

'The Indians of every denomination were free, and independent of us’: White Southern Explorations of Indigenous Slavery, Freedom, and Society, 1772-1830 (2016)
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Ray, K. (2016). 'The Indians of every denomination were free, and independent of us’: White Southern Explorations of Indigenous Slavery, Freedom, and Society, 1772-1830. American Nineteenth Century History, 17(2), 139-159. https://doi.org/10.1080/14664658.2016.1215019

In arguing against Indian slavery, plaintiff’s attorneys in the 1772 Virginia General Court case Robin v Hardaway faced a dilemma: how could they condemn enslavement while mollifying public conviction that Indigenous “savagery” made them dangerous to... Read More about 'The Indians of every denomination were free, and independent of us’: White Southern Explorations of Indigenous Slavery, Freedom, and Society, 1772-1830.

The prison city. Space, community and ethnicization processes (2016)
Journal Article
Santorso, S. (2016). The prison city. Space, community and ethnicization processes. Etnografia e ricerca qualitativa, 227-248. doi:10.3240/84119

This article is based on an ethnographic research in the prisons of the Triveneto region. By focusing in particular on the prison in Padua, it analyzes the construction of migrant otherness within the prisoner community and the detention space. Takin... Read More about The prison city. Space, community and ethnicization processes.

When is violence not a crime? : factors associated with victims' labelling of violence as a crime (2015)
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Brennan, I. R. (2016). When is violence not a crime? : factors associated with victims' labelling of violence as a crime. International review of victimology, 22(1), 3-23. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269758015610849

Many people do not regard violence against them as a crime, but the factors that influence this response are unknown. Understanding how the ‘crimeworthiness’ of violence is interpreted allows an insight into how victims make sense of their experience... Read More about When is violence not a crime? : factors associated with victims' labelling of violence as a crime.