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Using iPads as a learning tool in cross-curricular collaborative initial teacher education (2015)
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Naylor, A., & Gibbs, J. (2015). Using iPads as a learning tool in cross-curricular collaborative initial teacher education. Journal of education for teaching : JET, 41(4), 442-446. https://doi.org/10.1080/02607476.2015.1081718

Mobile technologies are becoming more and more prevalent in learning environments. This means that teacher education must keep pace with the use of mobile technologies. Baran (2014) argues that the ‘greatest added value of mobile learning vis-a-vis P... Read More about Using iPads as a learning tool in cross-curricular collaborative initial teacher education.

Public trust and performance measurement in charitable organizations (2014)
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Yang, Y., Brennan, I., & Wilkinson, M. (2014). Public trust and performance measurement in charitable organizations. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 63(6), 779-796. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPPM-09-2013-0159

Purpose-The purpose of this paper is to seek to investigate public trust as an important factor of performance in the charitable sector, and explain the necessity of including public trust assessment in charity performance measurement. Design/methodo... Read More about Public trust and performance measurement in charitable organizations.

Challenging conceptions of 'Western' higher education and promoting graduates as global citizens (2014)
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Clifford, V., & Montgomery, C. (2014). Challenging conceptions of 'Western' higher education and promoting graduates as global citizens. Higher Education Quarterly, 68(1), 28-45 . https://doi.org/10.1111/hequ.12029

Recently there has been a shift in the discourses of university policy from internationalisation towards the contested concept of global citizenship. This paper explores ways of challenging the current interpretation of international education policy... Read More about Challenging conceptions of 'Western' higher education and promoting graduates as global citizens.

'Picturesque and dramatic' or 'dull recitals of threadbare fare': good practice in history teaching in elementary schools in England, 1872-1905 (2014)
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Smith, J. T. (2014). 'Picturesque and dramatic' or 'dull recitals of threadbare fare': good practice in history teaching in elementary schools in England, 1872-1905. Journal of Educational Administration and History, 46(1), 93-107. https://doi.org/10.1080/00220620.2014.856873

This article draws on late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century teaching manuals, reports of Her Majesty's Inspectors, history textbooks ('readers'), other administrators' and teachers' accounts, policy documents and pupils' reminiscences to refut... Read More about 'Picturesque and dramatic' or 'dull recitals of threadbare fare': good practice in history teaching in elementary schools in England, 1872-1905.

The Republicans are the Nation? Thomas Jefferson, William Duane, and the Evolution of the Republican Coalition, 1809 -1815, (2013)
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Ray, K. (2013). The Republicans are the Nation? Thomas Jefferson, William Duane, and the Evolution of the Republican Coalition, 1809 -1815,. American Nineteenth Century History, 14(3), 283-304. https://doi.org/10.1080/14664658.2013.849532

This essay explores Thomas Jefferson's early retirement political activity and binary vision of Federalism/Republicanism within the context of the broader political economic forces of the early nineteenth century. It shows that his notions of unity a... Read More about The Republicans are the Nation? Thomas Jefferson, William Duane, and the Evolution of the Republican Coalition, 1809 -1815,.

Counterblast: the perennial problem of short prison sentences (2013)
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Johnston, H., & Godfrey, B. (2013). Counterblast: the perennial problem of short prison sentences. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 52(4), 433-437. doi:10.1111/hojo.12030

In the last three or four years there has been increasing attention on the use of short prison sentences and their effectiveness in the UK. This attention has focused on the continued evidence of high rates of recidivism for those who have served sho... Read More about Counterblast: the perennial problem of short prison sentences.

Migration as a risk factor for HIV infection among youths in sub-Saharan Africa : evidence from the DHS (2013)
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Magadi, M. A. (2013). Migration as a risk factor for HIV infection among youths in sub-Saharan Africa : evidence from the DHS. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 648(1), (136-158). doi:10.1177/0002716213482440. ISSN 0002-7162

Of the estimated 10 million youths living with HIV worldwide, 63 percent live in sub-Saharan Africa. This article focuses on migration as a risk factor of HIV infection among the youths in sub-Saharan Africa. The study is based on multilevel modeling... Read More about Migration as a risk factor for HIV infection among youths in sub-Saharan Africa : evidence from the DHS.

The aesthetics of diaspora in colonial fields of power : elite nationalism, art and the love to die for (2013)
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Johnson, M. (2013). The aesthetics of diaspora in colonial fields of power : elite nationalism, art and the love to die for. Ethnos, 78(2), (175-199). doi:10.1080/00141844.2012.672334. ISSN 0014-1844

This paper explores the conditions of cultural production that enabled the invention of the Philippine nation from afar among literary and artistic diasporan elites in the metropolitan centres of Europe in the late nineteenth century. I draw together... Read More about The aesthetics of diaspora in colonial fields of power : elite nationalism, art and the love to die for.

Form and spontaneity: training for improvisation in football and theatre (2012)
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Edinborough, C. (2012). Form and spontaneity: training for improvisation in football and theatre. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 3(2), 199-207. doi:10.1080/19443927.2012.686448

This article explores the relationships between training approaches within football and improvised theatre. Drawing on the writings of Victor Turner, the article examines the liminoid nature of football and theatre, arguing that the formalised constr... Read More about Form and spontaneity: training for improvisation in football and theatre.

Out of sight, out of mind: the exploitation of migrant workers in 21st-century Britain (2012)
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Wilkinson, M. (2012). Out of sight, out of mind: the exploitation of migrant workers in 21st-century Britain. The journal of poverty and social justice, 20(1), (13-21). doi:10.1332/175982712X626734. ISSN 1759-8273

Over the past decade a team at the University of Hull has undertaken four separate but linked research projects investigating the working and living conditions of migrant workers in the UK.  This paper is based on those four studies.  The f... Read More about Out of sight, out of mind: the exploitation of migrant workers in 21st-century Britain.

The use of surveillance cameras in a Riyadh shopping mall: Protecting profits or protecting morality? (2011)
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Alhadar, I., & McCahill, M. (2011). The use of surveillance cameras in a Riyadh shopping mall: Protecting profits or protecting morality?. Theoretical Criminology, 15(3), 315-330. doi:10.1177/1362480610396644

The rise of mass private property means that people increasingly spend their time in publicly accessible spaces controlled by private interests. Unlike public policing, which is reactive and morally toned, the policing that takes place in mass privat... Read More about The use of surveillance cameras in a Riyadh shopping mall: Protecting profits or protecting morality?.

Timbre and non-radical didacticism in the Streets' A grand don't come for free: a poetic-ecological model (2011)
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Slater, M. (2011). Timbre and non-radical didacticism in the Streets' A grand don't come for free: a poetic-ecological model. Music Analysis, 30(2-3), 360-395. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2249.2011.00317.x

This article investigates the status and function of timbre by proposing a poetic-ecological model, which seeks to encapsulate the intersections between and applications of three theoretical territories: poetics, ecological theory and spectromorpholo... Read More about Timbre and non-radical didacticism in the Streets' A grand don't come for free: a poetic-ecological model.

A multilevel analysis of the determinants and cross-national variations of HIV seropositivity in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from the DHS (2011)
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Magadi, M., & Desta, M. (2011). A multilevel analysis of the determinants and cross-national variations of HIV seropositivity in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from the DHS. Health and Place, 17(5), 1067-1083. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2011.06.004

This paper applies multilevel logistic regression models to Demographic and Health Survey data collected during 2003-2008 from 20 countries of sub-Saharan Africa to examine the determinants and cross-national variations in the risk of HIV seropositiv... Read More about A multilevel analysis of the determinants and cross-national variations of HIV seropositivity in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from the DHS.

Effectiveness of anonymised information sharing and use in health service, police, and local government partnership for preventing violence related injury: experimental study and time series analysis (2011)
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Florence, C., Shepherd, J., Brennan, I., & Simon, T. (2011). Effectiveness of anonymised information sharing and use in health service, police, and local government partnership for preventing violence related injury: experimental study and time series analysis. BMJ, 342(7812), d3313-d3313. doi:10.1136/bmj.d3313

Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of anonymised information sharing to prevent injury related to violence. Design: Experimental study and time series analysis of a prototype community partnership between the health service, police, and local g... Read More about Effectiveness of anonymised information sharing and use in health service, police, and local government partnership for preventing violence related injury: experimental study and time series analysis.

Developing decision-making skills for performance through the practice of mindfulness in somatic training (2011)
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Edinborough, C. (2011). Developing decision-making skills for performance through the practice of mindfulness in somatic training. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 2(1), (18-33). doi:10.1080/19443927.2010.543917. ISSN 1944-3927

Decision-making is a fundamental part of the actor's work. Actors must choose how to present a character, how to tell a story, and how to communicate with an audience. This article examines how certain somatic practices used in actor-training can imp... Read More about Developing decision-making skills for performance through the practice of mindfulness in somatic training.

Predicting and measuring premises-level harm in the night-time economy (2011)
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Moore, S. C., Brennan, I., & Murphy, S. (2011). Predicting and measuring premises-level harm in the night-time economy. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 46(3), 357-363. doi:10.1093/alcalc/agr011

Aims: To assess associations between measures of premises-level alcohol-related harm and risk factors for harm. Methods: Thirty-two licensed premises with a history of on-premises violent assault were recruited. An environmental survey of the drinkin... Read More about Predicting and measuring premises-level harm in the night-time economy.

After Cyclops: appropriating the chorus of Euripides when scriptwriting for applied drama (2011)
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Dickenson, S. J. (2011). After Cyclops: appropriating the chorus of Euripides when scriptwriting for applied drama. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance, 3(3), 291-304. doi:10.1386/jafp.3.3.291_7

The contention of this article is that effective appropriation of the device of chorus of ancient Athenian drama can be a powerful dramatic device for applied drama purposes. I will primarily deal with effective appropriation of the device of chorus... Read More about After Cyclops: appropriating the chorus of Euripides when scriptwriting for applied drama.

The (un) spectacle of the real: forwarding an active spectator in Michael Haneke's Le temps du loup/Time of the wolf (2003) (2010)
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Aston, J. (2010). The (un) spectacle of the real: forwarding an active spectator in Michael Haneke's Le temps du loup/Time of the wolf (2003). Studies in European cinema, 7(2), 109-122. doi:10.1386/seci.7.2.109_1

The two central themes in the films of Michael Haneke, the fragmentation and brutality of interpersonal and societal relations and the notion of cinematic reality as an illusory construction, reach an apex in his 2003 film Le temps du Loup/Time of th... Read More about The (un) spectacle of the real: forwarding an active spectator in Michael Haneke's Le temps du loup/Time of the wolf (2003).

Interventions for disorder and severe intoxication in and around licensed premises, 1989-2009 (2010)
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Brennan, I., Moore, S. C., Byrne, E., & Murphy, S. (2011). Interventions for disorder and severe intoxication in and around licensed premises, 1989-2009. Addiction, 106(4), 706-713. doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2010.03297.x

Aims To systematically review rigorous evaluation studies into the effectiveness of interventions in and around licensed premises that aimed to reduce severe intoxication and disorder. Methods A systematic search was conducted. Papers that rigorously... Read More about Interventions for disorder and severe intoxication in and around licensed premises, 1989-2009.