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Fictionality and tourism in the construction of National Images. Studies on Japanese anime representations of Spain (Poster) (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Hernández-Pérez, M. (2017, December). Fictionality and tourism in the construction of National Images. Studies on Japanese anime representations of Spain (Poster). Paper presented at XII CONGRESO NACIONAL Y III CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LA ASOCIACIÓN DE ESTUDIOS JAPONESES EN ESPAÑA (AEJE) 2016 TEMA: “El turismo como vía de conocimiento y desarrollo”, Universidad Complutense de Madrid: Madrid (Spain)

PROPOSAL PRESENTED It is a fact that one of the biggest attractions of modern Japanese culture lies in its immense, outstanding cultural capital. In recent years, the fascination that Japan has on our collective imagination has been stimulated, even... Read More

Infection prevention and human factors (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Dyson, J. (2017, September). Infection prevention and human factors. Paper presented at Infection Prevention Society Conference

It's often assumed that if (we) health care practitioners deliver care that is less than optimal it's because we do not know the evidence; we lack sufficient knowledge. Therefore support in practice is often limited to telling practitioners what is b... Read More

American politics as a transnational popular narrative: Narratological Structures of shōnen manga and their cross-cultural readings in Kaiji Kawaguchi's Eagle (1997-2001) (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Hernández-Pérez, M. (2017, August). American politics as a transnational popular narrative: Narratological Structures of shōnen manga and their cross-cultural readings in Kaiji Kawaguchi's Eagle (1997-2001). Paper presented at International Workshop on Reflective Transitions of Politics in Japanese Art, University of East-Anglia, Norwich Campus

Conformational studies of tylosin A, tylosin B, erythromycin B and erythromycin C and full assignments of tylosin A in CDCl3 and tylosin B in phosphate buffered D2O (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Arsic, B., Regan, . A., Morris, G., Oates, A., McBain, . A., & Barber, J. (2017, June). Conformational studies of tylosin A, tylosin B, erythromycin B and erythromycin C and full assignments of tylosin A in CDCl3 and tylosin B in phosphate buffered D2O. Poster presented at 1st RSC Anglo-Nordic Medicinal Chemistry Symposium

Theories of redistribution and share of labour income (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Bhattarai, K. (2016, June). Theories of redistribution and share of labour income. Paper presented at European Economics and Finance Society (EEFS) 2016

Abstract We review the functional and size theories of income distribution in the context of growing inequality around the world. The causes for the observed patterns on the shares of labour and capital income in classical, neoclassical, Marxian, str... Read More

Memories of the grateful visitor. A look at Spanish spaces, ethnography and material artifacts through contemporary Japanese Entertainment Industries (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Hernández-Pérez, M. (2016, May). Memories of the grateful visitor. A look at Spanish spaces, ethnography and material artifacts through contemporary Japanese Entertainment Industries. Paper presented at Mutual Images, 4th International Workshop: Fictionality in representations of Japan and Europe from a cross-cultural perspective, Center for Fictionality Studies at Aarhus University (Denmark)

Audiences from all over the world may differ in the way tl1ey perceive a particular country or cultural tradition. Even when it is possible to argue that fictionality can't be really isolated from any kind of representational form, communicational ge... Read More

Representations of religion, spirituality and philosophy as international narratives in the manga “Full Metal Alchemist” (Hagane no Renkinjutsushi, 2001-2010) (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Hernández-Pérez, M. (2015, June). Representations of religion, spirituality and philosophy as international narratives in the manga “Full Metal Alchemist” (Hagane no Renkinjutsushi, 2001-2010). Paper presented at CSS Research Day: Spirituality and Popular Culture / Arts, Centre for Spirituality Studies, University of Hull

Japanese Entertainment Industries may be defined by two main features: its transmedia vocation, or its ability to disseminate narratives through several media at once, and its cross-cultural, or heterogeneous representation of different cultural back... Read More

(Japanese?) Cartoons and Manga Movies: The hard rise of Anime in UK market and society (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Manuel, H., Corstorphine, K., & Darren, S. (2015, June). (Japanese?) Cartoons and Manga Movies: The hard rise of Anime in UK market and society. Paper presented at MUTUAL IMAGES. 3rd International Workshop: “Japanese pop cultures in Europe today: economic challenges, mediated notions, future opportunities”., Kobe, Japan

This paper has as main objective to explore, adopting a historical and critical perspective, the release of film and anime TV in UK. This would be a first step towards the studio of the peculiar implementation of manganime Culture in Britain. Comp... Read More

Of anime myths and author cult. Tezuka and Miyazaki consideration through authorship film criticism (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Hernández-Pérez, M. (2015, April). Of anime myths and author cult. Tezuka and Miyazaki consideration through authorship film criticism. Paper presented at Exploring 30 Years of Studio Ghibli: Spirited Discussion, University of Cardiff

In the world of Japanese anime, few animators’ works have been appreciated by both communities of scholarship and journalism for their valuable and singular forms of authorship. This paper will focus on one of the most prominent figures, namely Hayao... Read More

Our digital children (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Williams, P. (2014, November). Our digital children. Presented at Scarborough Education Forum, Scarborough Campus

The power relationship between adults and children in the West is shifting. Factors of age and life experience are becoming counterbalanced by children’s affinity for burgeoning developments in digital technology, where skills developed in onli... Read More

The anime authorship criticism. Visions of the "Anti-Disney Ethos" (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hernández-Pérez, M. (2014, September). The anime authorship criticism. Visions of the "Anti-Disney Ethos". Paper presented at Discussing Disney, University of Hull, Hull

Animation Studies has provided an interesting example of how the concepts of genre and authorship can usually be considered as antithetic, and how these concepts might be discussed for a better understanding of modern Media Industries. In this sense,... Read More

Production of syngas by pressurized fluidized bed gasification of German Lignite in a H2O/CO2 atmosphere (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Long, X., Skoulou, V., Paterson, N., & Agorio-Millan, M. (2014, September). Production of syngas by pressurized fluidized bed gasification of German Lignite in a H2O/CO2 atmosphere. Presented at 10th European Conference on Coal Research and its Applications (10th ERCCIA), University of Hull, UK

The oxyfuel gasification concept enables a N2 free gas to be obtained by fluidised bed gasification (FBG). This process uses CO2 to moderate the bed temperature and thus agglomeration. An alternative cooling medium is steam, which could be employed a... Read More

Assessment Futures: 21st Century methods for 21st Century needs (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Williams, P. (2013, January). Assessment Futures: 21st Century methods for 21st Century needs. Paper presented at London International Conference on Education, London

Developments in globalisation and new technologies are making significant impacts in higher education. Universities in a global market are increasingly concerned to reorient their degree programmes to meet the vocational needs of the Knowledge Econom... Read More

The impact of safeguarding children training: A review of the literature (2012)
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Wright, J., Wray, J., & Maggs, C. (2012, April). The impact of safeguarding children training: A review of the literature. Presented at British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect, 8th congress, "Keeping children safe in an uncertain world: Learning from evidence and practice"

TITLE: Impact of Child Protection training on professional knowledge, skills and referral activity: a review of the literature. Objectives: The review aimed to assess the extent and quality of contemporary primary research on training in safeguarding... Read More

Conditional frequency mapping of move reservoir sedimentation models for improved play assessment (2012)
Presentation / Conference
Waltham, D. A., Rowley, P. J., Burgess, P. M., & MacLean, S. (2012, February). Conditional frequency mapping of move reservoir sedimentation models for improved play assessment. Paper presented at Petroleum Play Assessment, Malaga, Spain

Stratigraphic forward models encode what we know about dynamic stratigraphy in the form of a numerical model that can make various types of predictions of stratal geometries and facies distributions. Unfortunately, limited knowledge of the physical l... Read More

Estimation of cardiovascular patient risk with a Bayesian network (2011)
Presentation / Conference
Bohacik, J., & Davis, D. (2011, June). Estimation of cardiovascular patient risk with a Bayesian network. Presented at Transcom 2011

Cardiovascular decision-making support experiences increasing research interest of scientists.Ongoing collaborations between clinicians and computer scientists are looking at the application of datamining techniques to the area of individual patient... Read More