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The Repository@Nottingham is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided. See our Policies for further information.



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Amartya Sen and the capabilities versus happiness debate: an Aristotelian perspective (2022)
Book Chapter
Burns, T. (in press). Amartya Sen and the capabilities versus happiness debate: an Aristotelian perspective. In F. Irtelli, & F. Gabrielli (Eds.), Happiness and well-being: biopsychosocial and anthropological perspectives. InTech

This chapter discusses Amartya Sen’s capabilities approach to human development from the standpoint of the concept of happiness. It locates Sen’s work against the background of the recent capabilities versus happiness debate. Sen’s version of the cap... Read More about Amartya Sen and the capabilities versus happiness debate: an Aristotelian perspective.

Modern tragedy (2019)
Book
Moran, J. (in press). Modern tragedy. Bloomsbury Publishing

What distinguishes modern tragedy from other forms of drama? How does it relate to contemporary political and social conditions? To what ends have artists employed the tragic form in different locations during the 20th century? Partly motivated by... Read More about Modern tragedy.

Remote monitoring of minewater rebound and environmental risk using satellite radar interferometry (2022)
Journal Article
Gee, D., Sowter, A., Athab, A., Grebby, S., Wu, Z., & Boiko, K. (2022). Remote monitoring of minewater rebound and environmental risk using satellite radar interferometry. Science of the Total Environment, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.159272

The cessation of dewatering following coalfield abandonment results in the rise of minewater, which can create significant changes in the local and regional hydrogeological regime. Monitoring such change is challenging but essential to avoiding detri... Read More about Remote monitoring of minewater rebound and environmental risk using satellite radar interferometry.

An epidemic model with short-lived mixing groups (2022)
Journal Article
Ball, F., & Neal, P. (in press). An epidemic model with short-lived mixing groups. Journal of Mathematical Biology,

Almost all epidemic models make the assumption that infection is driven by the interaction between pairs of individuals, one of whom is infectious and the other of whom is susceptible. However, in society individuals mix in groups of varying sizes, a... Read More about An epidemic model with short-lived mixing groups.