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Perspectives of pharmacists in general practice from qualitative focus groups with patients during a pilot study (2022)
Journal Article
Mann, C., Anderson, C., Boyd, M., Karsan, Y., & Emerson, T. (2022). Perspectives of pharmacists in general practice from qualitative focus groups with patients during a pilot study. BJGP Open, 6(2), Article BJGPO.2021.0112. https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGPO.2021.0112

Background: Utilising skill mix in general practice is proposed as a solution to the demand–supply issue. Pharmacists can play an important role in this context, leading to an increase in training and funding for independent prescriber roles. A role... Read More about Perspectives of pharmacists in general practice from qualitative focus groups with patients during a pilot study.

Humiliating and dividing the nation in the British pro-Brexit press: a corpus-assisted analysis (2021)
Journal Article
Parnell, T. (2021). Humiliating and dividing the nation in the British pro-Brexit press: a corpus-assisted analysis. Critical Discourse Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/17405904.2021.1983446

Since the United Kingdom’s referendum on European Union (EU) membership in 2016, a new political cleavage of Remainers and Leavers has developed (Kelley, N. [2019]. British social attitudes survey: Britain’s shifting identities and attitudes. (36). N... Read More about Humiliating and dividing the nation in the British pro-Brexit press: a corpus-assisted analysis.

‘The dreadful done’: Henry James’s style of abstraction (2021)
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Scott, R. (2021). ‘The dreadful done’: Henry James’s style of abstraction. Textual Practice, 35(6), 941-966. https://doi.org/10.1080/0950236x.2021.1936773

Since the 1990s, when the late novels of Henry James became a touchstone for the ethical turn in literary criticism, ethical critics of different persuasions, such as Martha Nussbaum and J. Hillis Miller, homed in on certain complex terms and ambiguo... Read More about ‘The dreadful done’: Henry James’s style of abstraction.

Subverting transphobia and challenging ignorance: The interactive construction of resistant identity in a community of practice of transgender youth (2020)
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Jones, L. (2020). Subverting transphobia and challenging ignorance: The interactive construction of resistant identity in a community of practice of transgender youth. Journal of Language and Discrimination, 4(2), 149–171. https://doi.org/10.1558/jld.18488

In this paper, I present two moments of interaction emerging from a focus group between young people who are members of a community of practice: a support group for transgender youth and their parents. Using discourse analysis, I demonstrate how the... Read More about Subverting transphobia and challenging ignorance: The interactive construction of resistant identity in a community of practice of transgender youth.

Young learners' processing of multimodal input and its impact on reading comprehension: An eye-tracking study (2020)
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PELLICER-SANCHEZ, A., TRAGANT, E., CONKLIN, K., RODGERS, M., SERRANO, R., & LLANES, A. (2020). Young learners' processing of multimodal input and its impact on reading comprehension: An eye-tracking study. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 42(3), 577 - 598. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0272263120000091

Theories of multimedia learning suggest that learners can form better referential connections when verbal and visual materials are presented simultaneously. Furthermore, the addition of auditory input in reading-while-listening conditions benefits pe... Read More about Young learners' processing of multimodal input and its impact on reading comprehension: An eye-tracking study.

“Everyone happy with what their role is?”: A pragmalinguistic evaluation of leadership practices in emergency medicine training (2020)
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Chałupnik, M., & Atkins, S. (2020). “Everyone happy with what their role is?”: A pragmalinguistic evaluation of leadership practices in emergency medicine training. Journal of Pragmatics, 160, 80-96. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2020.02.014

This article reports a study of simulated interactions between emergency medical teams, as they are used in education for specialist trainee doctors. We focus on a key area of communicative competence that trainees are assessed on: the performance of... Read More about “Everyone happy with what their role is?”: A pragmalinguistic evaluation of leadership practices in emergency medicine training.

'Our Theatre Royal Nottingham': Co-creation and co-curation of a digital performance collection with citizen scholars (2019)
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Robinson, J., & Carletti, L. (2019). 'Our Theatre Royal Nottingham': Co-creation and co-curation of a digital performance collection with citizen scholars. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 15(2), 128-148. https://doi.org/10.1080/14794713.2019.1633106

While the major theatre collections of universities and libraries in the UK, Europe and the USA have been long established, and companies such as the Royal Shakespeare Company or Ballet Rambert hold their own extensive archives, the past decade has s... Read More about 'Our Theatre Royal Nottingham': Co-creation and co-curation of a digital performance collection with citizen scholars.

Epilepsy, literature and linguistics: spotlighting subjective symptoms (2018)
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Sanchez-Davies, J. (2020). Epilepsy, literature and linguistics: spotlighting subjective symptoms. Medical Humanities, 45(4), 371-380. https://doi.org/10.1136/medhum-2018-011460

Literature can offer a wealth of information about epilepsy: from complex narratives to children’s picture books, it can help broaden people’s understanding, show what it is like to live with epilepsy and provide a medium to which people with epileps... Read More about Epilepsy, literature and linguistics: spotlighting subjective symptoms.