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An international study of the impact of B2C logistics service quality on shopper satisfaction and loyalty
Book Chapter
Grant, D., & Philipp, B. An international study of the impact of B2C logistics service quality on shopper satisfaction and loyalty

Paper presented at 17th Toulon-Verona International Conference. This paper reports on an in-progress study of the impact of business to consumer (B2C) logistics service quality (LSQ) on in-store shopper satisfaction and loyalty. LSQ in this study is... Read More

Hampshire introduction
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Munby, J., Thorn, C., & Thorn, F. Hampshire introduction

The introduction discusses the state of the manuscript for the county and the hypotheses on the Domesday Survey and the making of Domesday Book to which it has given rise; the Hundreds, their rubrication, order, and revised name-forms; the New Forest... Read More

General metadata for the Phillimore notes
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General metadata for the Phillimore notes

The County Notes provide a discussion on all matters of interest or obscurity in the text, in the light of the latest Domesday scholarship. Such matters vary from county to county but recurrent topics include: the identification of place-names, perso... Read More

Statistics Notes for Oxfordshire
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Palmer, J. Statistics Notes for Oxfordshire

The content, format, and level of ambiguity in the Domesday statistics can vary from county to county. These Statistics Notes aim to provide the information essential to their understanding for each county. The topics discussed are: Previous studies;... Read More

Shakespeare and the Irish writer
Book
Clare, J., & O'Neill, S. Shakespeare and the Irish writer. The University of Hull

This collection of essays defines a literary cultural field of study: Shakespeare in relation to critical thinking of major Irish writers. 8500 word introductory essay co-written by Janet Clare maps out the cultural centrality of Shakespeare in Irish... Read More

2011UALTC How do we make students more employable?
Conference Proceeding
2011UALTC How do we make students more employable?

Abstract submitted to the Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2011. Paper delivered under the theme ‘A University for Graduate Employability’.

Land and spirit in native America
Book
Porter, J. Land and spirit in native America. The University of Hull

This monograph for the first time brings indigenous North American history into dialogue with recent work deconstructing key terms within environmental and historical studies such as "wilderness" and "nature".It does so with help from colleagues acro... Read More

Reconnecting consumers, producers and food: exploring alternatives
Book
Holloway, L., Cox, R., Dowler, E., Kneafsey, M., Tuomainen, H., & Venn, L. Reconnecting consumers, producers and food: exploring alternatives. The University of Hull

Reconnecting Consumers, Producers and Food presents a detailed and empirically grounded analysis of alternatives to current models of food provision. The book offers insights into the identities, motives and practices of individuals engaged in reconn... Read More

The effect of green logistics service quality on Thai logistics service provider performance
Conference Proceeding
Grant, D., & Chaisurayakarn, S. The effect of green logistics service quality on Thai logistics service provider performance

Paper delivered at the 21st Logistics Research Network annual conference 2016, 7th-9th September 2016, Hull. Abstract Purpose: The emergence of environmental or green issues in global supply chains has made it an essential practice to measure the per... Read More

Conor O'Callaghan and Robert Gray
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Conor O'Callaghan and Robert Gray

One captures Ireland, the other Australia - a unique and lively gathering as two wondrous poets meet. Conor O'Callaghan was born in Newry in 1968 and is the author of three collections of poetry, The History of Rain, Seatown and Fiction. He has been... Read More

Interview with the novelist Steven Saylor
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Interview with the novelist Steven Saylor

Recording of an interview with the novelist Steven Saylor, carried out by Sarah Walton on 15th October 2010, at the Bouchercon Crime Writing Conference 2010, San Francisco. To download and save this audio file right-click on the 'download' link and u... Read More

Sustainable and resilient supply chain management : scale development
Conference Proceeding
Colicchia, C., Grant, D., & Joradon, W. Sustainable and resilient supply chain management : scale development

Paper delivered at the 21st Logistics Research Network annual conference 2016, 7th-9th September 2016, Hull. Abstract Purpose: This paper reports on the status of an ongoing empirical study to enhance our understanding of factors contributing to bett... Read More