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"In the middle of everywhere" : a phenomenological study of mobility and dwelling amongst rural elders (2012)
Journal Article
Todres, L., & Galvin, K. T. (2012). "In the middle of everywhere" : a phenomenological study of mobility and dwelling amongst rural elders. Phenomenology and Practice, 6(1), 55-68. https://doi.org/10.29173/pandpr19854

This study aimed to investigate the phenomenon of the meaning of mobility for elders living in rural areas. A phenomenological study was undertaken with older people living in rural South West England and Wales. Ten interviews were undertaken in peop... Read More

Blue or purple? Reflections on the future of the Labour Party (2012)
Journal Article
Beech, M., & Hickson, K. (2014). Blue or purple? Reflections on the future of the Labour Party. Political Studies Review, 12(1), 75-87. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1478-9302.2012.00288.x

The purpose of this article is to examine the future ideological direction of the Labour party by analysing two intellectual offerings that have appeared in the post-New Labour era: ‘Blue Labour’ and The Purple Book. First, the article sets out the s... Read More

Experts, rights and precaution (2012)
Journal Article
Bielby, P., & Ward, T. (2012). Experts, rights and precaution. Web journal of current legal issues, 2012(5),

In this article, we offer an account of the epistemological and moral principles that should govern decisions where judges and other official decision-makers are asked to authorize courses of action which would amount to a violation of someone's righ... Read More

Crime, media and the will-to-representation: Reconsidering relationships in the new media age (2012)
Journal Article
Yar, M. (2012). Crime, media and the will-to-representation: Reconsidering relationships in the new media age. Crime, media, culture : an international journal, 8(3), 245-260. https://doi.org/10.1177/1741659012443227

This paper considers the ways in which the rise of new media might challenge commonplace criminological assumptions about the crime–media interface. Established debates around crime and media have long been based upon a fairly clear demarcation betwe... Read More

A randomized trial of aerobic exercise and sleep quality in lymphoma patients receiving chemotherapy or no treatments (2012)
Journal Article
Courneya, K. S., Sellar, C. M., Trinh, L., Forbes, C. C., Stevinson, C., McNeely, M. L., …Reiman, T. (2012). A randomized trial of aerobic exercise and sleep quality in lymphoma patients receiving chemotherapy or no treatments. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 21(6), 887-894. doi:10.1158/1055-9965.EPI-12-0075

Background: Patients with lymphoma experience sleep problems that may be managed with aerobic exercise but no previous study has examined this issue. Methods: We randomized 122 patients with lymphoma to usual care (n = 62) or 12 weeks of supervised... Read More

Ways forward in global counterterrorism (2012)
Journal Article
Beyer, C. (2014). Ways forward in global counterterrorism. Journal of International Affairs,

Military means are at the center of current counterterrorism efforts. This article argues that the focus on military means is a mistaken one. Military interventions as well as presence in occupied countries rather contribute to an increase in terrori... Read More