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Treatied spaces: North American indigenous treaties in global context (2019)
Book Chapter
Porter, J. (in press). Treatied spaces: North American indigenous treaties in global context. In Companion to Indigenous Global HistoryTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

In 1928, the librarian and scholar Lawrence C. Wroth wrote of how he wished he had been poured “the strong wine” of Indian Treaties as a student instead of the “invincible mediocrity” of the duller literature on the colonial period. This chapter shou... Read More about Treatied spaces: North American indigenous treaties in global context.

Maternity and justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery (2019)
Journal Article
Capern, A. (2019). Maternity and justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery. Journal of British Studies, 58(4), 701-716. https://doi.org/10.1017/jbr.2019.91

This article is a case study of female litigants acting in the capacity of mother in the English equity court of Chancery between 1550 and 1700. It starts by asking how prevalent mothers were as plaintiffs and defendants in Chancery, though the burde... Read More about Maternity and justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery.

The uneasy case for parsimony in (law and) economics: conceptual, empirical and normative arguments (2019)
Journal Article
Cserne, P. (in press). The uneasy case for parsimony in (law and) economics: conceptual, empirical and normative arguments. Global jurist, 19(3), https://doi.org/10.1515/gj-2019-0001

Taking Guido Calabresi’s discussion of preferences and value judgements in The Future of Law and Economics as a starting point, this paper analyses some conceptual difficulties, epistemic benefits and normative uses of parsimonious economic analyses... Read More about The uneasy case for parsimony in (law and) economics: conceptual, empirical and normative arguments.

Hierarchically structured composites and porous materials from soft templates: fabrication and applications (2019)
Journal Article
Thompson, B. R., Horozov, T. S., Stoyanov, S. D., & Paunov, V. N. (in press). Hierarchically structured composites and porous materials from soft templates: fabrication and applications. Journal of materials chemistry. publ. by The Royal Society of Chemistry. A, Materials for energy and sustainability /, 7(14), 8030-8049. https://doi.org/10.1039/c8ta09750j

Recent experimental methods for fabrication of hierarchically porous and structured composites are reviewed. The main focus is on recent examples of how different soft templating materials, like emulsions, surfactant phases, breath figures, biologica... Read More about Hierarchically structured composites and porous materials from soft templates: fabrication and applications.

Is there still a weather anomaly? An investigation of stock and foreign exchange markets (2019)
Journal Article
Andrikopoulos, A., Wang, C., & Zheng, M. (2019). Is there still a weather anomaly? An investigation of stock and foreign exchange markets. Finance research letters, 30, 51-59. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.frl.2019.03.026

Since Saunders (1993), there has been ongoing research on whether the weather can affect asset prices. Our study of the impact of weather on stock and foreign exchange (henceforth FX) markets shows that the weather has no effect during 2002–2018, sug... Read More about Is there still a weather anomaly? An investigation of stock and foreign exchange markets.

The power of metaphorical language in treaty diplomacy (2019)
Report
Hatton, H., & Porter, J. The power of metaphorical language in treaty diplomacy. UNESCO

Submitted to UNESCO World Report of Languages 2019 https://en.unesco.org/feedback/call-research-papers-within-context-2019-international-year-indigenous-languages

“It can’t be like last time” – choices made in early pregnancy by women who have previously experienced a traumatic birth (2019)
Journal Article
Greenfield, M., Jomeen, J., & Glover, L. (2019). “It can’t be like last time” – choices made in early pregnancy by women who have previously experienced a traumatic birth. Frontiers in psychology Frontiers Research Foundation, 10, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00056

Background: A significant number of women experience childbirth as traumatic. These experiences are often characterized by a loss of control coupled with a perceived lack of support and inadequate communication with health care providers. Little is k... Read More about “It can’t be like last time” – choices made in early pregnancy by women who have previously experienced a traumatic birth.

Bounded Reliability and the termination of international joint ventures – insights from the Mid-Med Bank, 1975–1979 (2019)
Journal Article
Lu, Q. (2019). Bounded Reliability and the termination of international joint ventures – insights from the Mid-Med Bank, 1975–1979. Business history, 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1080/00076791.2018.1552679

In the late twentieth century, the international joint venture (IJV) became an increasingly important yet unstable organisational form of international business. Based on insights provided by the Mid-Med Bank of Malta during the period 1975-1979, thi... Read More about Bounded Reliability and the termination of international joint ventures – insights from the Mid-Med Bank, 1975–1979.

Perspectives of General Practitioners on the issues surrounding the late diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease (2018)
Journal Article
Bature, F., Guinn, B., Pang, D., The Luton, Dunstable, Milton Keynes General Practise consortium, , & Pappas, Y. (2018). Perspectives of General Practitioners on the issues surrounding the late diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports, 2(1), 207-212. https://doi.org/10.3233/adr-180064

We set out to investigate the insights general practitioners (GPs) have into the early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease (AD), factors that may be responsible for the late diagnosis, as well as their recommendations for early diagnosis of AD.... Read More about Perspectives of General Practitioners on the issues surrounding the late diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.

Evaluating falls prevention strategies in community settings: marginal reduction on rate of falls with individual risk-based multifactorial interventions compared to ‘usual care’ (2018)
Journal Article
Lee, A., & Hayter, M. (2019). Evaluating falls prevention strategies in community settings: marginal reduction on rate of falls with individual risk-based multifactorial interventions compared to ‘usual care’. Evidence-Based Nursing, 22(1), 20-20. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2018-102995

Women's decision-making about birthplace choices: Booking for birth centre, hospital or home birth in the North of England (2018)
Journal Article
Lambert, C., Jomeen, J., & McSherry, W. (2018). Women's decision-making about birthplace choices: Booking for birth centre, hospital or home birth in the North of England. International journal of childbirth, 8(2), 115-134. doi:10.1891/2156-5287.8.2.115

Aim This paper presents findings from an Interpretive Phenomenological study that illuminates unique characteristics of the different social representations of antenatal primigravida and multigravida women who book to birth their babies in a birth ce... Read More about Women's decision-making about birthplace choices: Booking for birth centre, hospital or home birth in the North of England.

Assessing the application of innovative incentive-based tools to reform highly migratory fisheries from regional to global scale (2018)
Report
Barnes, R. (2018). Assessing the application of innovative incentive-based tools to reform highly migratory fisheries from regional to global scale. WWF/FAO

This report provides an assessment of the past performance and future outlook of innovative, incentive-based tools to reform highly migratory and transboundary fisheries at regional and global scales. This review seeks to identify legal, financial, a... Read More about Assessing the application of innovative incentive-based tools to reform highly migratory fisheries from regional to global scale.

Family physicians perceived role in perinatal mental health: an integrative review (2018)
Journal Article
Noonan, M., Doody, O., Jomeen, J., O’Regan, A., & Galvin, R. (2018). Family physicians perceived role in perinatal mental health: an integrative review. BMC family practice, 19(1), doi:10.1186/s12875-018-0843-1

Background: Responding to and caring for women who experience mental health problems during the perinatal period, from pregnancy up to one year after birth, is complex and requires a multidisciplinary response. Family physicians are ideally placed... Read More about Family physicians perceived role in perinatal mental health: an integrative review.

The Progressives (2018)
Book Chapter
Beech, M. (2018). The Progressives. In M. Beech, K. Hickson, & R. Plant (Eds.), The Struggle for Labour's Soul: Understanding Labour's Political Thought Since 1945, 67-79. (2nd edition). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315170848-6

The chapter on New Labour in the first edition of this volume was finished in 2003. Tony Blair resigned in 2007 and Gordon Brown left office in 2010. This chapter seeks not to cover previous ground but to take the long view. By that I mean to explain... Read More about The Progressives.

Review. Northrop Davis, Manga & Anime go to Hollywood. The Amazing Rapidly Evolving Relationship between Hollywood and Japanese Animation, Manga, Television, and Film. (2018)
Journal Article
Hernandez-Perez, M. (in press). Review. Northrop Davis, Manga & Anime go to Hollywood. The Amazing Rapidly Evolving Relationship between Hollywood and Japanese Animation, Manga, Television, and Film. Animation : an interdisciplinary journal, 13(3), ISSN 1746-8477

Review. Northrop Davis, Manga & Anime go to Hollywood. The Amazing Rapidly Evolving Relationship between Hollywood and Japanese Animation, Manga, Television, and Film

Authenticity and how we fake it: belief and subjectivity in reality TV, Facebook and YouTube. Aaron Duplantier (2016) (2018)
Journal Article
Hernandez-Perez, M. (in press). Authenticity and how we fake it: belief and subjectivity in reality TV, Facebook and YouTube. Aaron Duplantier (2016). Journalism & mass communication quarterly, ISSN 1077-6990

Authenticity and How We Fake It: Belief and Subjectivity in Reality TV, Facebook and YouTube. Aaron Duplantier. Jefferson, North Carolina, US: McFarland & Company. 185 pp, 2016. 196 pp. $29.95 pbk. $15.99 ebk. Reviewed by: Manuel Hernández-Pérez,... Read More about Authenticity and how we fake it: belief and subjectivity in reality TV, Facebook and YouTube. Aaron Duplantier (2016).