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Increasing Engagement Through Explicit and Implicit Gamification in Higher Education (2022)
Book Chapter
Gordon, N., & Grey, S. (2022). Increasing Engagement Through Explicit and Implicit Gamification in Higher Education. In O. Bernardes, V. Amorim, & A. Carrizo Moreira (Eds.), Handbook of Research on the Influence and Effectiveness of Gamification in Education (662-681). Hershey, Pa.: IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-6684-4287-6

Engagement is essential in higher education but can be problematic to achieve. Successful games are, at their core, designed to be engaging experiences. In attempts to increase engagement in learning, there has been an increase in playful learning, g... Read More about Increasing Engagement Through Explicit and Implicit Gamification in Higher Education.

The Molitva Factor: The Eurovision Song Contest and ‘Performing’ National Identity in World Politics (2022)
Book Chapter
Baker, C. (2022). The Molitva Factor: The Eurovision Song Contest and ‘Performing’ National Identity in World Politics. In A. Dubin, D. Vuletic, & A. Obregón (Eds.), The Eurovision Song Contest as a Cultural Phenomenon: From Concert Halls to the Halls of Academia (96-110). Abingdon: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003188933-9

This chapter explores how the author’s research into nationalism, popular culture, gender and sexuality in international politics has been able to apply the idea that the Eurovision Song Contest illustrates the idea of contestants as symbolic represe... Read More about The Molitva Factor: The Eurovision Song Contest and ‘Performing’ National Identity in World Politics.

Weird Fiction in the Twentieth-Century Gothic (2022)
Book Chapter
Corstorphine, K. (in press). Weird Fiction in the Twentieth-Century Gothic. In S. Ni Fhlainn, & B. M. Murphy (Eds.), Twentieth-Century Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

This chapter is a survey of the evolution of weird fiction and how it relates to the Gothic in the twentieth century. It argues for an understanding of the mode in terms of its blending of genres and resistance to categorisation, emphasising publicat... Read More about Weird Fiction in the Twentieth-Century Gothic.

Portfolio Entrepreneurs: The role of risk (2022)
Book Chapter
Malfense Fierro, A., & Rosa, P. (2022). Portfolio Entrepreneurs: The role of risk. In D. Lingelbach (Ed.), De Gruyter Handbook of Entrepreneurial Finance (75-85). Berlin: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110726312

Financial portfolio theory suggests that diversifying through establishing a group of businesses may be an important mechanism to manage and spread risk, but empirical entrepreneurship research on portfolio entrepreneurship has failed to adequately i... Read More about Portfolio Entrepreneurs: The role of risk.

Bibliometric analysis of management and leadership in the sustainability agenda (2022)
Book Chapter
Dwivedi, A. (2022). Bibliometric analysis of management and leadership in the sustainability agenda. In A. Taylor (Ed.), Rethinking Leadership for a Green World (343-394). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003190820-19

In recent years, interest in the role of management and leadership within the broader sustainability agenda has risen significantly, with both academic and business practitioner communities showing significant interest in examining current and emergi... Read More about Bibliometric analysis of management and leadership in the sustainability agenda.

Exploring the human-animal-technology nexus: power relations and divergent conduct. The example of automated dairy farming. (2021)
Book Chapter
Holloway, L., & Bear, C. (2021). Exploring the human-animal-technology nexus: power relations and divergent conduct. The example of automated dairy farming. In A. Hovorka, S. McCubbin, & L. Van Patter (Eds.), A Research Agenda for Animal Geographies (55-68). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788979993.00010

This chapter develops an agenda for discussing less-than-convivial more-than-human relations. It reviews existing work on such relations before developing a terminology of ‘divergent conduct’ aiming to better express such relationships. The chapter u... Read More about Exploring the human-animal-technology nexus: power relations and divergent conduct. The example of automated dairy farming..

A systematic literature review on circular economy performance assessment in public sector organizations (2021)
Book Chapter
Droege, H., Raggi, A., & Ramos, T. (2021). A systematic literature review on circular economy performance assessment in public sector organizations. In V. Mauerhofer (Ed.), The Role of Law in Governing Sustainability. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003158837

Circular economy (CE) is seen as one key strategy to a more sustainable paradigm and to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Due to their role-model function, public sector organizations are expected to lead the transition... Read More about A systematic literature review on circular economy performance assessment in public sector organizations.

Dependability Analysis Using Temporal Fault Trees and Monte Carlo Simulation (2021)
Book Chapter
Edifor, E., Gordon, N., & Walker, M. (2021). Dependability Analysis Using Temporal Fault Trees and Monte Carlo Simulation. In W. Zamojski, J. Mazurkiewicz, J. Sugier, T. Walkowiak, & J. Kacprzyk (Eds.), Theory and Engineering of Dependable Computer Systems and Networks (86-96). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-76773-0_9

The safety and reliability of high-consequence systems is an issue of utmost importance to engineers because such systems can have catastrophic effects if they fail. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) is a well-known probabilistic technique for assessing the... Read More about Dependability Analysis Using Temporal Fault Trees and Monte Carlo Simulation.

Global warming and mass extinctions associated with large igneous province volcanism (2021)
Book Chapter
Bond, D. P., & Sun, Y. (2021). Global warming and mass extinctions associated with large igneous province volcanism. In R. E. Ernst, A. J. Dickson, & A. Bekker (Eds.), Large Igneous Provinces: A Driver of Global Environmental and Biotic Changes (83-102). American Geophysical Union. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119507444.ch3

The coincidence of large igneous province (LIP) eruptions with at least three, if not all, of the Big Five biotic crises of the Phanerozoic implies that volcanism is a key driver of mass extinctions. Many LIP-induced extinction scenarios invoke globa... Read More about Global warming and mass extinctions associated with large igneous province volcanism.

Corporate Circular Economy Reporting: A Review of Current Frameworks and Approaches. (2020)
Book Chapter
Opferkuch, K., Caeiro, S., Salomone, R., & Ramos, T. (2020). Corporate Circular Economy Reporting: A Review of Current Frameworks and Approaches. In C. P. D. Oliveira, O. Carla Padrel de, D. Sayago, S. Dóris, J. Trindade, T. Jorge, …J. Marc (Eds.), E-Sustainability 2020: atas do Seminário Doutoral. Lisbon: Universidade Aberta. https://doi.org/10.34627/jc7h-df07

A presente obra reúne os contributos em forma de artigo resumido dos participantes no Seminário Doutoral Anual do Doutoramento em Sustentabilidade Social e Desenvolvimento, da Universidade Aberta de Portugal. Nesta publicação podem ser encontrados te... Read More about Corporate Circular Economy Reporting: A Review of Current Frameworks and Approaches..

Green EConomy (2020)
Book Chapter
Gibbs, D. (2020). Green EConomy. In J. Morin, & A. Orsini (Eds.), Essential concepts of global environmental governance. (2nd). London: Routledge

From DPSIR the DAPSI(W)R(M) Emerges… a Butterfly – ‘protecting the natural stuff and delivering the human stuff’ (2020)
Book Chapter
Elliott, M., & O’Higgins, T. G. (2020). From DPSIR the DAPSI(W)R(M) Emerges… a Butterfly – ‘protecting the natural stuff and delivering the human stuff’. In T. G. O’Higgins, M. Lago, & T. H. DeWitt (Eds.), Ecosystem-Based Management, Ecosystem Services and Aquatic Biodiversity (61-86). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-45843-0_4

The complexity of interactions and feedbacks between human activities and ecosystems can make the analysis of such social-ecological systems intractable. In order to provide a common means to understand and analyse the links between social and ecolog... Read More about From DPSIR the DAPSI(W)R(M) Emerges… a Butterfly – ‘protecting the natural stuff and delivering the human stuff’.

Managing Ecological, Community and Bathing Water Quality Aspects in Design and Construction: Runswick Bay Coastal Protection Scheme, UK (2020)
Book Chapter
Latham, D., Siddle, R., Donoghue, M., Halwyn, A., Hall, A., Hull, S., & Hardiman, N. (2020). Managing Ecological, Community and Bathing Water Quality Aspects in Design and Construction: Runswick Bay Coastal Protection Scheme, UK. In N. Hardiman (Ed.), Coastal management 2019: joining forces to shape our future coasts (447-458). London: ICE Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1680/cm.65147.447

The Runswick Bay Coastal Protection Scheme consisted of repairs and installation of concrete toe protection to the existing seawall and the placement of approximately 9,500 tonnes of imported rock armour to form a new revetment totaling 250m length.... Read More about Managing Ecological, Community and Bathing Water Quality Aspects in Design and Construction: Runswick Bay Coastal Protection Scheme, UK.

Property relations and the politics of the suburban living place in the post-communist city : transition stories from Tirana, Albania (2020)
Book Chapter
Mele, M., & Jonas, A. E. (2020). Property relations and the politics of the suburban living place in the post-communist city : transition stories from Tirana, Albania. In L. B. Drummond, & D. Young (Eds.), Socialist and post-socialist urbanisms : critical reflections from a global perspective (227-245). Toronto: University of Toronto Press

One well-known feature of capitalist forms of urban development in North America and Western Europe is the emergence of a politics of the suburban living place, the spatial appearance of which seems to be separate from class and political tensions ar... Read More about Property relations and the politics of the suburban living place in the post-communist city : transition stories from Tirana, Albania.

Relating industrial symbiosis and circular economy to the sustainable development debate (2020)
Book Chapter
Cecchin, A., Salomone, R., Deutz, P., Raggi, A., & Cutaia, L. (2020). Relating industrial symbiosis and circular economy to the sustainable development debate. In R. Salomone, A. Cecchin, P. Deutz, A. Raggi, & L. Cutaia (Eds.), Industrial Symbiosis for the Circular Economy : Operational Experiences, Best Practices and Obstacles to a Collaborative Business Approach (1-25). (1). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36660-5_1

Industrial Symbiosis (IS) is a business-focused collaborative approach oriented towards resource efficiency that has been theorised and studied mainly over the last twenty-five years. Recently, IS seems to have found a renewed impetus in the framewor... Read More about Relating industrial symbiosis and circular economy to the sustainable development debate.

Governing Resource Flows in a Circular Economy: Rerouting Materials in an Established Policy Landscape (2019)
Book Chapter
Deutz, P., Baxter, H., & Gibbs, D. (2019). Governing Resource Flows in a Circular Economy: Rerouting Materials in an Established Policy Landscape. In L. E. Macaskie, D. J. Sapsford, & W. M. Mayes (Eds.), Resource Recovery from Wastes: Towards a Circular Economy (375-394). London: Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00375

The development of a Circular Economy, whereby resources are kept in circulation for the extraction of maximum value, has captured extensive policy and academic attention. The circularisation of material flows is likely to prove a task for a generati... Read More about Governing Resource Flows in a Circular Economy: Rerouting Materials in an Established Policy Landscape.

Integrating Remediation and Resource Recovery of Industrial Alkaline Wastes: Case Studies of Steel and Alumina Industry Residues (2019)
Book Chapter
Gomes, H. I., Rogerson, M., Courtney, R., & Mayes, W. M. (2020). Integrating Remediation and Resource Recovery of Industrial Alkaline Wastes: Case Studies of Steel and Alumina Industry Residues. In Resource recovery from wastes: towards a circular economy (168-191). Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00168

With an estimated annual production of two billion tonnes globally, alkaline industrial wastes can be considered both major global waste streams, and materials that offer significant options for potential resource recovery. Alkaline wastes are usuall... Read More about Integrating Remediation and Resource Recovery of Industrial Alkaline Wastes: Case Studies of Steel and Alumina Industry Residues.

A New Perspective on a Global Circular Economy (2019)
Book Chapter
Velenturf, A. P. M., Purnell, P., Macaskie, L. E., Mayes, W. M., & Sapsford, D. J. (2020). A New Perspective on a Global Circular Economy. In Resource recovery from wastes : towards a circular economy (3-22). Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353-00001

© The Royal Society of Chemistry 2020. Natural resource exploitation is accelerating in the face of resource decline, while at the same time people are generating ever growing quantities of wastes. Population and income growth drive up the demand for... Read More about A New Perspective on a Global Circular Economy.

Uneasy bedfellows: Fisheries and the search for space for marine conservation zones in english waters (2019)
Book Chapter
Rodmell, D., Caveen, A., & Johnson, M. L. (2020). Uneasy bedfellows: Fisheries and the search for space for marine conservation zones in english waters. In J. Humphreys, & R. W. Clark (Eds.), Marine Protected Areas: Science Policy and Management (99-112). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102698-4.00005-8

In contrast to the exclusion of human use considerations in MPA designation processes under the European nature directives, the distinct UK legal framework for Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) permits social and economic factors in site selection dec... Read More about Uneasy bedfellows: Fisheries and the search for space for marine conservation zones in english waters.

Towards sustainable methanol from industrial CO2 sources (2019)
Book Chapter
Douven, S., Benkoussas, H., Font-Palma, C., & Léonard, G. (2019). Towards sustainable methanol from industrial CO2 sources. In M. North, & P. Styring (Eds.), Carbon Dioxide Utilization : Volume 2 : Transformations (361-384). De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110665147-019

This chapter discusses the opportunity of using CO2 from industrial sources to produce sustainable methanol. Some important industrial sectors that could be seen as potential sources of CO2 are reviewed: ammonia, steel, ethanol, ethylene, natural gas... Read More about Towards sustainable methanol from industrial CO2 sources.