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Critical Systems Thinking, Systemic Intervention and Beyond (2021)
Book Chapter
Midgley, G., & Rajagopalan, R. (in press). Critical Systems Thinking, Systemic Intervention and Beyond. In G. S. Metcalf, K. Kijima, & H. Deguchi (Eds.), Handbook of Systems Sciences. New York: Springer Publishing Company

Diatom Biofilms: Ecosystem Engineering And Niche Construction (2021)
Book Chapter
Paterson, D. M. .., & Hope, J. (in press). Diatom Biofilms: Ecosystem Engineering And Niche Construction. In R. Gordon, S. A. Cohn, & K. M. Manoylov (Eds.), Diatom Gliding Motility: Biology and Applications. Wiley

Ecology is complex and while there is a modern drive towards a holistic or “ecosystem approach” for managing marine systems, we are still a long way from fully understanding the interactions between the various components of different ecosystems and... Read More about Diatom Biofilms: Ecosystem Engineering And Niche Construction.

Supply Chain Management Systems in Africa: insights from Nigeria. (2021)
Book Chapter
Oyedijo, A., Adams, K., & Koukpaki, S. (2021). Supply Chain Management Systems in Africa: insights from Nigeria. In E. Osabutey, S. Sigué, & J. B. Abugre (Eds.), Business in Africa in the Era of Digital Technology: Essays in Honour of Professor William Darley. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-70538-1

This chapter investigates the barriers and driving forces of supply chain collaboration in Nigeria as prior research has not adequately explored this issue in developing countries. Using an in-depth qualitative interviews conducted with purchasing an... Read More about Supply Chain Management Systems in Africa: insights from Nigeria..

Conclusion: Pioneers, leaders, followers in multilevel and polycentric climate governance re-assessed (2020)
Book Chapter
Paul, T., Wurzel, R., & Skou Andersen, M. (2021). Conclusion: Pioneers, leaders, followers in multilevel and polycentric climate governance re-assessed. In R. K. Wurzel, M. S. Andersen, & P. Tobin (Eds.), Climate Governance across the Globe Pioneers, Leaders and Followers (259-267). Abingdon: Routledge

As outlined in Chapter 1, the core analytical themes of this book are: the conceptualisation of pioneers, leaders and followers within multilevel governance (MLG) and polycentric (climate) governance structures. These conceptual framings are overlapp... Read More about Conclusion: Pioneers, leaders, followers in multilevel and polycentric climate governance re-assessed.

Introduction: Climate governance across the globe: pioneers, leaders and followers (2020)
Book Chapter
Wurzel, R. K. W., Andersen, M. S., & Tobin, P. (2021). Introduction: Climate governance across the globe: pioneers, leaders and followers. In R. Wurzel, M. Skou Andersen, & P. Tobin (Eds.), Climate Governance across the Globe Pioneers, Leaders and Followers (3-20). Abingdon: Routledge

As outlined in this chapter, the core analytical themes of this book are: the conceptualisation of pioneers, leaders and followers within multilevel governance (MLG) and polycentric (climate) governance structures. These conceptual framings are overl... Read More about Introduction: Climate governance across the globe: pioneers, leaders and followers.

Supporting the Supporters: Interventions to Reduce Family Distress (2020)
Book Chapter
Ulstein, I., Manthorpe, J., & Moniz-Cook, E. (2020). Supporting the Supporters: Interventions to Reduce Family Distress. In Timely Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia Care: Evidence-Based Practice. , (166-178). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Supporting People with Dementia through Music (2020)
Book Chapter
Raglio, A., Gianelli, M., Moniz-Cook, E., & Manthorpe, J. (2020). Supporting People with Dementia through Music. In Timely Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia Care: Evidence-Based Practice. , (179-190). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Who’s zooming (out on) who?: Reconceptualising family and domestic spaces in childhood studies (2020)
Book Chapter
Seymour, J. (in press). Who’s zooming (out on) who?: Reconceptualising family and domestic spaces in childhood studies. In Bringing children back into the family: relationality and connectednessEmerald

It could be argued that the sign of ‘maturity’ of an academic paradigm is when it moves to some kind of integration with existing theories or re-engages with elements which may initially have been perceived as ‘dangerous’ or antithetical to the origi... Read More about Who’s zooming (out on) who?: Reconceptualising family and domestic spaces in childhood studies.

Conducting a mixed methods study to explore staff perceptions in providing care to individuals with co-occurring mental health problems and illicit substance use (2020)
Book Chapter
Howard, V. (2020). Conducting a mixed methods study to explore staff perceptions in providing care to individuals with co-occurring mental health problems and illicit substance use. In SAGE Research Methods: Cases. Part 2. SAGE Publications. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781529709650

This case study examines key issues in designing, developing, and conducting a research study to explore the perceptions of inpatient staff to individuals with co-occurring mental health problems and illicit substance use. The use of mixed methods re... Read More about Conducting a mixed methods study to explore staff perceptions in providing care to individuals with co-occurring mental health problems and illicit substance use.

Antislavery Opinion Building (2020)
Book Chapter
Oldfield, J. (2020). Antislavery Opinion Building. In K. Bales, & Z. Trodd (Eds.), The Antislavery Usable Past: History’s Lessons for How We End Slavery Today (160-76). Nottingham: University of Nottingham Rights Lab

Rereading Ruins: Edmund Spenser and Scottish Presbyterianism (2020)
Book Chapter
Mottram, S. (2020). Rereading Ruins: Edmund Spenser and Scottish Presbyterianism. In A. Walsham, B. Wallace, C. Law, & B. Cummings (Eds.), Memory and the English Reformation (223-237). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

With a focus on Edmund Spenser, this chapter explores representations of ruined monasteries within (New) English protestant writing of c.1590-1642. Monastic ruins are visible mnemonics of British-Irish reformation, and protestants express surprisingl... Read More about Rereading Ruins: Edmund Spenser and Scottish Presbyterianism.

Foreword (2020)
Book Chapter
Midgley, G. (2020). Foreword. In Immersive Systemic Knowing: Advancing Systems Thinking Beyond Rational Analysis (vii - xii). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-49135-2

This is the Foreword to a book by Raghav Rajagopalan called "Immersive Systemic Knowing: Advancing Systems Thinking Beyond Rational Analysis", published by Springer, New York, in October 2020.

History, Debates and Key Reference Works of Cultural Studies in Europe (2020)
Book Chapter
Hernandez-Perez, M. (in press). History, Debates and Key Reference Works of Cultural Studies in Europe. In Research traditions in dialogue. Communication Studies in Latin America and Europe (123-152). Porto, Portugal: Media XXI

This chapter outlines some of the main features that characterize cultural studies in Europe by providing a historical, theoretical, and bibliographical review of their main authors, debates, and texts. In particular, we start by tracing historically... Read More about History, Debates and Key Reference Works of Cultural Studies in Europe.

Green EConomy (2020)
Book Chapter
Gibbs, D. (2020). Green EConomy. In J. Morin, & A. Orsini (Eds.), Essential concepts of global environmental governance. (2nd). London: Routledge

The 'Unable' and 'Unwilling' Test in International Law: the use of force against non-state actors in Pakistan and Afghanistan (2020)
Book Chapter
Shah, N. (2020). The 'Unable' and 'Unwilling' Test in International Law: the use of force against non-state actors in Pakistan and Afghanistan. In The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Brill Academic Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004431768

I argue that the UN Charter allows the use of force against non-state actors if their attacks meet the ‘armed attack’ threshold and the host state is ‘unwilling or unable’ to take effective measures. The proposed six point criteria; informed by the i... Read More about The 'Unable' and 'Unwilling' Test in International Law: the use of force against non-state actors in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Unavoidable Exploitation? Conflict, Agency and Human Trafficking (2020)
Book Chapter
Kidd, A. (in press). Unavoidable Exploitation? Conflict, Agency and Human Trafficking. In H. Watson, J. Muraszkiewicz, & T. Fenton (Eds.), Human Trafficking in Conflict - Context, Causes and the Military. , (32-44). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-40838-1

This chapter considers the vulnerabilities generated specifically by conflict that put people at risk of human trafficking. A review of existing literature summarises some of the most common situations of human trafficking in the context of conflict.... Read More about Unavoidable Exploitation? Conflict, Agency and Human Trafficking.