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Legislatures and the courts: the importance of place (2017)
Journal Article
Norton, P. (2017). Legislatures and the courts: the importance of place. Journal of international and comparative law, 4(2), 171-188

Institutions of the state are studied primarily in terms of behaviour, powers and outputs. Little attention has been paid to their location and how this affects relationships between them. This article examines the effects of location through a study... Read More

New species of leafmining moths and bagworms in East Yorkshire : recent colonists or overlooked residents? (2017)
Journal Article
Nunn, A. (2017). New species of leafmining moths and bagworms in East Yorkshire : recent colonists or overlooked residents?. The Entomologist's record and journal of variation, 129(3), 156-159

The historical scarcity of many leafmining moths in East Yorkshire (vice-county [VC] 61) (see Sutton & Beaumont, 1989) is at least partly due to a lack of recorder effort, and a number of apparently local or rare species are actually relatively wides... Read More

Effect of Chemical Impurities on Centrifugal Machine Performance: Implications for Compressor Sizing in A CO 2 Transport Pipeline [QUERY] (2017)
Journal Article
Okezue, C., & Kuvshinov, D. (2017). Effect of Chemical Impurities on Centrifugal Machine Performance: Implications for Compressor Sizing in A CO 2 Transport Pipeline [QUERY]. Energy procedia, 142, 3675-3682. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2017.12.261

© 2017 The Author(s). Several research studies have been published on CO 2 pipeline transportation. Most of them focus on developing hydraulic models of entire CO 2 pipeline networks. From these studies, a lot of original knowledge has been produced... Read More

Neoliberalism, New Labour and the Welfare State (2017)
Book Chapter
Beech, M. (2017). Neoliberalism, New Labour and the Welfare State. In R. E. Backhouse, B. W. Bateman, T. Nishizawa, & D. Plehwe (Eds.), Liberalism and the Welfare State: Economists & arguments for the Welfare State, 118-130. Oxford University Press (OUP). https://doi.org/10.1093.../9780190676681.003.0007

This chapter argues that the New Labour governments (1997–2010) were not a political project wholly based on neoliberal assumptions, as the “majority view” in the scholarship asserts. In the area of welfare policy New Labour adopted a modified social... Read More

The culpability of accounting practice in promoting bribery and corruption in developing countries (2017)
Journal Article
Khair, A. H. A., Lauwo, S., & Otusanya, O. J. (2017). The culpability of accounting practice in promoting bribery and corruption in developing countries. International Journal of Economics and Accounting, 8(2), 106. https://doi.org/10.1504/ijea.2017.089387

Bribery and corruption are increasing in the developing countries. It has been estimated that some $400 billion of bribe is paid to political elite in developing countries. Such huge amounts of money cannot be successfully executed without the active... Read More

Discharge from critical care into the community for end-of-life care (2017)
Journal Article
Chambers, A. (2017). Discharge from critical care into the community for end-of-life care. Journal of community nursing, 31(6), 54-58

This article discusses the considerations and actions taken to facilitate the discharge of a ventilated end-of-life patient called Michael, whose name has been changed for confidentiality, from a critical care unit (CCU) to his expressed preferred pl... Read More

Moving into the information age : from records to Google Earth (2017)
Journal Article
Smith, D. (2017). Moving into the information age : from records to Google Earth. The naturalist, 142(1095), 151-156

Many of us are avid recorders of Yorkshire’ varied flora and fauna. Over a recording career of many years a single recorder can personally amass large data sets or, if involved with networks of similarly-minded people, groups of recorders can rapidly... Read More

Attitude of nurses and predisposition to occurrence of adverse events in intensive care units (2017)
Journal Article
Lobão, W., & Menezes, I. G. (2017). Attitude of nurses and predisposition to occurrence of adverse events in intensive care units. Journal of Nursing UFPE on line, 11(5), 1971-1979. https://doi.org/10.5205...i5a23350p1971-1979-2017

Objective: to evaluate the attitudes of nurses towards conditions that may predispose to the occurrence of adverse events in the ICU. Method: exploratory, analytical, descriptive, cross-sectional study with quantitative approach performed in six high... Read More

Civil disputes leading to crimes: A baseline study of terrorism affected North Western Pakistan (2017)
Journal Article
Iqbāl, K. A., & Shah, N. (2017). Civil disputes leading to crimes: A baseline study of terrorism affected North Western Pakistan. Australian journal of Asian law, 18(1),

The article explores the relationship between civil disputes and private crimes in two districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which is a hard hit area by terrorism and the war on terror. This article investigates if and why civil injustice may lead people... Read More

Engineering the Cambrian explosion: the earliest bioturbators as ecosystem engineers (2017)
Journal Article
Herringshaw, L. G., Callow, R. H. T., & McIlroy, D. (2017). Engineering the Cambrian explosion: the earliest bioturbators as ecosystem engineers. Geological Society Special Publications, 448(1), (369-382). doi:10.1144/sp448.18. ISSN 0305-8719

By applying modern biological criteria to trace fossil types and assessing burrow morphology, complexity, depth, potential burrow function and the likelihood of bioirrigation, we assign ecosystem engineering impact (EEI) values to the key ichnotaxa i... Read More

Environmental Publics (2017)
Book
Eden, S. (2017). Environmental Publics. https://www.routledge.c...n/p/book/9781138189416: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

How do ordinary people think about the environment as they go about their daily lives? Does thinking about the environment make them do things differently? This book is the first to explore the idea of ‘environmental publics’, that is, the ways in wh... Read More

Decision making for personal investment: Real estate financing, foreclosures and other issues (2017)
Book
Rodgers, W., & McFarlin, T. G. (2017). Decision making for personal investment: Real estate financing, foreclosures and other issues. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-47849-4

This book presents a personal financial decision making model based on six dominant decision making pathways. It outlines each pathway in detail before focusing on real estate investments in the second part of the book. Based on the authors extensive... Read More

The systemic role of technology in financial instability (2017)
Book Chapter
Demetis, D. (2017). The systemic role of technology in financial instability. In The financial crisis and white collar crime: legislative and policy responsesTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

This chapter examines the role of Information Systems (IS) in creating financial instability by automating critical decision-making processes. By following a systems theoretical approach after Lee and Demetis (2016) and based on a few fundamental sys... Read More

International political psychology: Explorations into a new discipline (2017)
Book
Beyer, A. C. (2017). International political psychology: Explorations into a new discipline. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-37779-1

This book intends to harvest insights from the discipline of Psychology, in its broad understanding, for application to International Relations. Although Psychology offers an abundance of theories that are useful for this purpose, they have so far re... Read More

Prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in China in 1990 and 2010 (2017)
Journal Article
Chan, K. Y., Li, X., Chen, W., Song, P., Wong, N. W. K., Poon, A. N., …Rudan, I. (2017). Prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in China in 1990 and 2010. Journal of Global Health, 7(2), https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.07.020704

BACKGROUND: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is set to become the third most frequent cause of death and also the third largest cause of global morbidity by 2020. In China, where the population is aging rapidly, COPD has become one of the... Read More

Researching difficult-to-reach and vulnerable groups using grounded theory methods (2017)
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Cartwright, L. (2017). Researching difficult-to-reach and vulnerable groups using grounded theory methods

This case study describes a research project that used grounded theory methods. The aim of this research was to develop new knowledge about how parents experience their offspring’s problematic drug use. Unstructured interviews were used during the da... Read More