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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)
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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

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.

The green economy (2020)
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Gibbs, D. (2019). The green economy

This encyclopedia entry examines the rise of what is termed the ‘green economy’. While there are many definitions and interpretations of how it can be defined and what it means, the basic idea comes from a growing awareness that our current forms of... Read More about The green economy.

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.

How Definitions of ‘Child Soldiers’ Exclude Girls from Demobilisation Efforts (2020)
Book Chapter
Kidd, A., & Dunhill, A. (in press). How Definitions of ‘Child Soldiers’ Exclude Girls from Demobilisation Efforts. In J. Muraszkiewicz, H. Watson, & T. Fenton (Eds.), Human Trafficking in Conflict - Context, Causes and the Military. , (183-197). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-40838-1

Child soldiers meet the Palermo Protocol’s definition of ‘trafficking in persons’. They are any person under 18, used in any capacity by armed forces or groups; this includes combatants, but also ancillary roles such as cooks, ‘wives’ and guards. Ho... Read More about How Definitions of ‘Child Soldiers’ Exclude Girls from Demobilisation Efforts.

Lifestage differences in young UK women’s reasons for research participation (2020)
Journal Article
Howcutt, S., Barbosa Bouças, S., Brett, J., Barnett, A., & Smith, L. (in press). Lifestage differences in young UK women’s reasons for research participation. Health Promotion International, https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/daaa041

Lifecourse epidemiology suggests that preconception is a valuable opportunity for health promotion with young women. Yet young women are less likely than older women to be research participants, limiting evidence about their needs and risks. Marketin... Read More about Lifestage differences in young UK women’s reasons for research participation.

An Intervention Programme to Facilitate the Preschool Transition in Mexico (2020)
Journal Article
Urbina Garcia, A. (in press). An Intervention Programme to Facilitate the Preschool Transition in Mexico. Frontiers in Psychology,

Over the last two decades there has been a growing interest in promoting a smooth transition to the first grade of primary school, given the potential long-term change this can have in preschool children at an academic and personal level. Research sh... Read More about An Intervention Programme to Facilitate the Preschool Transition in Mexico.

The Effects of the iPlayClean Education Programme on Doping Attitudes and Susceptibility to use Banned Substances among High-Level Adolescent Athletes from the UK: A Cluster-Randomised Control Trial (2020)
Journal Article
Nicholls, A., Morley, D., Thompson, M. A., Huang, C., Abt, G., Rothwell, M., …Ntoumanis, N. (in press). The Effects of the iPlayClean Education Programme on Doping Attitudes and Susceptibility to use Banned Substances among High-Level Adolescent Athletes from the UK: A Cluster-Randomised Control Trial. International Journal of Drug Policy,

Background: This study examined the effects of the iPlayClean anti-doping intervention on attitudes towards doping and susceptibility, and whether delivery mode affected the results. Methods: A total of 1,081 high-level UK athletes (14-18 years old... Read More about The Effects of the iPlayClean Education Programme on Doping Attitudes and Susceptibility to use Banned Substances among High-Level Adolescent Athletes from the UK: A Cluster-Randomised Control Trial.

Novel insights into the marine phase and river fidelity of anadromous twaite shad Alosa fallax in the UK and Ireland (2020)
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Davies, P., Britton, J. R., Nunn, A., Dodd, J., Crundwell, C., Velterop, R., …Bolland, J. (in press). Novel insights into the marine phase and river fidelity of anadromous twaite shad Alosa fallax in the UK and Ireland. Aquatic conservation : marine and freshwater ecosystems, https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.3343

1. Most research on anadromous fishes has been invested in their freshwater life‐phases, resulting in a relatively sparse understanding of their spatial ecology during marine life‐phases. However, understanding the marine dispersal of anadromous fish... Read More about Novel insights into the marine phase and river fidelity of anadromous twaite shad Alosa fallax in the UK and Ireland.

Current insights into exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary heart disease and chronic heart failure (2020)
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Nichols, S., McGregor, G., Breckon, J., & Ingle, L. (in press). Current insights into exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary heart disease and chronic heart failure. International journal of sports medicine,

Cardiac rehabilitation is a package of lifestyle secondary prevention strategies designed for patients with coronary heart disease and chronic heart failure. A community-based cardiac rehabilitation programme provides patients with a structured exerc... Read More about Current insights into exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation in patients with coronary heart disease and chronic heart failure.

Opioids for breathlessness: a narrative review of the evidence (2020)
Journal Article
Johnson, M., & Currow, D. (in press). Opioids for breathlessness: a narrative review of the evidence. BMJ supportive & palliative care,

ABSTRACT Chronic breathlessness is a disabling and distressing condition for which there is a growing evidence base for a range of interventions. Non-pharmacological interventions are the mainstay of management and should be optimised prior to use... Read More about Opioids for breathlessness: a narrative review of the evidence.

Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people (2020)
Journal Article
Ramsden, S. (2020). Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people. Voluntary Sector Review, https://doi.org/10.1332/204080520x15898294617450

This article contributes to emerging research on sustainable place-making, but makes an important contribution through a strong focus on outcomes for marginalised people and the need for long-term sustainability. Sustainable place-making combines ‘pl... Read More about Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people.

Story-telling as memorialisation: suffering, resilience and victim identities (2020)
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Green, S. T., Kondor, K., & Kidd, A. (in press). Story-telling as memorialisation: suffering, resilience and victim identities. Oñati Socio-Legal Series, 10(3), 563-583. https://doi.org/10.3529...isl/0000-0000-0000-1122

Is there a relationship between story-telling and memorialisation in the construction of victim identities? This paper seeks to examine these questions and shed light on the cultural dynamics of victimisation with reference to examples from sociologi... Read More about Story-telling as memorialisation: suffering, resilience and victim identities.

Is corporate hedging always beneficial? A theoretical and empirical analysis (2020)
Journal Article
Ahmed, H., Fairchild, R., & Guney, Y. (in press). Is corporate hedging always beneficial? A theoretical and empirical analysis. The European journal of finance,

This paper investigates, theoretically and empirically, the impact of corporate hedging activities on firm value/performance. In a perfect market, with self-less management, aiming to maximise shareholder wealth, it may be expected that hedging would... Read More about Is corporate hedging always beneficial? A theoretical and empirical analysis.

Uncertainty in parameterising floodplain forest friction for Natural Flood Management, using remote sensing (2020)
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Antonarakis, A., & Milan, D. (in press). Uncertainty in parameterising floodplain forest friction for Natural Flood Management, using remote sensing. Remote Sensing,

One potential Natural Flood Management option is floodplain reforestation or manage existing riparian forests, with a view to increasing flow resistance and attenuate flood hydrographs. However, the effectiveness of floodplain forests as resistance a... Read More about Uncertainty in parameterising floodplain forest friction for Natural Flood Management, using remote sensing.

Evaporative Mass Loss Measurement as a Quality Control Tool for Quality Assurance in the Manufacture of Inks Suitable for High Speed (≥60 m/min) Printing (2020)
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Ward, H. J., Armstrong-Telfer, T. A., Kelly, S. M., Lawrence, N. S., & Wadhawan, J. (in press). Evaporative Mass Loss Measurement as a Quality Control Tool for Quality Assurance in the Manufacture of Inks Suitable for High Speed (≥60 m/min) Printing. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry,

In any manufacturing environment, it is always important to be able to embrace a culture of traceability of any non-conformed product. For the case of ink manufacture, operator confusion, leading to the mixing-up of solvents, or connecting the incorr... Read More about Evaporative Mass Loss Measurement as a Quality Control Tool for Quality Assurance in the Manufacture of Inks Suitable for High Speed (≥60 m/min) Printing.

Optimization of pH as a Strategy to Improve Enzymatic Saccharification of Wheat Straw for Enhancing Bioethanol Production (2020)
Journal Article
Abdulsattar, M., Abdulsattar, J., Greenway, G., Welham, K., & Zein, S. (2020). Optimization of pH as a Strategy to Improve Enzymatic Saccharification of Wheat Straw for Enhancing Bioethanol Production. Journal of Analytical Science and Technology, 11, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40543-020-00217-7

In this work, wheat straw (WS) was used as a lignocellulosic substrate to investigate the influence of pH on enzymatic saccharification. The optimum enzymatic hydrolysis occurred at pH range 5.8 – 6.0, instead of 4.8 - 5.0 as has been widely reported... Read More about Optimization of pH as a Strategy to Improve Enzymatic Saccharification of Wheat Straw for Enhancing Bioethanol Production.

Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide' (2020)
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Beech, M., & Hickson, K. (2020). Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide'. Revue Française de Civilisation Britannique, 24(2),

This article explores the sociocultural divide in England exposed by Brexit. The metaphors of ‘North’ and ‘South’ are used to explain this, where the former is seen as more culturally conservative and the latter as more cosmopolitan. We examine the... Read More about Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide'.

Big Problem, Little Answer: Overcoming Bed Agglomeration and Reactor Slagging during the Gasification of Barley Straw under Continuous Operation (2020)
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Aladbrabalameer, H., Taylor, M., Kauppinen, J., Soini, T., Pikkarainen, T., & Skoulou, V. (2020). Big Problem, Little Answer: Overcoming Bed Agglomeration and Reactor Slagging during the Gasification of Barley Straw under Continuous Operation. Sustainable Energy & Fuels, https://doi.org/10.1039/D0SE00155D

Defluidisation as a result of reactor bed agglomeration is a global challenge associated with the gasification of lignocellulosic biomass waste, specifically its high inorganic content. The use of conventional water leaching has been scrutanised for... Read More about Big Problem, Little Answer: Overcoming Bed Agglomeration and Reactor Slagging during the Gasification of Barley Straw under Continuous Operation.


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