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Zephaniah (2021)
Book Chapter
Quine, C. (in press). Zephaniah. In The Oxford Handbook of the Minor Prophets. Oxford: Oxford University Press

This article discusses the key topics for the study of the Book of Zephaniah, including structure, authorship, date, central themes, Zephaniah’s relationship with the Book of the Twelve and the Hebrew Bible. Themes explored include the day of Yahweh,... Read More about Zephaniah.

The nature of self and its challenges to educational orthodoxy and ‘discipline’ (2020)
Book Chapter
Sellman, E. (in press). The nature of self and its challenges to educational orthodoxy and ‘discipline’. In Exploring Self toward expanding Teaching, Teacher Education and Practitioner Research (55-73). Emerald

In this chapter, I will draw upon East-Asian wisdom traditions, quantum, transpersonal and integral theory to posit consciousness as fundamental. In doing so, the relationship between Self and reality will be articulated as nondual. I will argue that... Read More about The nature of self and its challenges to educational orthodoxy and ‘discipline’.

Self-policing or self-improving?: analysing peer reviews between schools in England through the lens of isomorphism (2020)
Book Chapter
Greany, T. (2020). Self-policing or self-improving?: analysing peer reviews between schools in England through the lens of isomorphism. In School peer review for educational improvement and accountability: Theory, practice and policy implications (71-94). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48130-8_4

Peer reviews are not compulsory for schools in England, but they have become increasingly common in recent years. There is no single model for how peer reviews operate, but they generally involve staff from at least one other school in reviewing pra... Read More about Self-policing or self-improving?: analysing peer reviews between schools in England through the lens of isomorphism.

Clinical Relevance of Biomarkers in Oestrogen Receptor Positive Breast Cancer (2020)
Book Chapter
Parks, R., & Cheung, K. (2020). Clinical Relevance of Biomarkers in Oestrogen Receptor Positive Breast Cancer. In G. G. Chen, M. C. Tong, & C. van Hasselt (Eds.), Estrogen receptors: structure, functions and clinical aspects. Nova Science Publishers

Some biomarkers have been examined extensively in the context of breast cancer, including the oestrogen receptor (ER) and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2). They are now routinely measured and used clinically for selection of primary, (... Read More about Clinical Relevance of Biomarkers in Oestrogen Receptor Positive Breast Cancer.

A Wearable Device for Ankle Motion Assistance (2020)
Book Chapter
Russo, M., & Ceccarelli, M. (2021). A Wearable Device for Ankle Motion Assistance. In Advances in Italian Mechanism Science: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of IFToMM Italy (173-181). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-55807-9_20

© 2021, The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG. In this paper, the design of CABLEankle, a wearable device for ankle motion assistance, is presented as based on a cable-driven S-4SPS... Read More about A Wearable Device for Ankle Motion Assistance.

A Brief History of Piano Mechanics (2020)
Book Chapter
Russo, M., & Robles-Linares, J. A. (2021). A Brief History of Piano Mechanics. In Advances in Italian Mechanism Science: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of IFToMM Italy (11-19). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-55807-9_2

© 2021, The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG. The piano action mechanism transforms key motion into hammer swing, which creates sound by striking the strings. The mechanical design... Read More about A Brief History of Piano Mechanics.

Identifying migrants in medieval England: the possibilities and limitations of place-name evidence (2020)
Book Chapter
Carroll, J. (2020). Identifying migrants in medieval England: the possibilities and limitations of place-name evidence. In J. Story, W. Ormrod, & E. Tyler (Eds.), Migrants in Medieval England, c. 500-1500. Oxford University Press (OUP)

Many English place-names came into existence in the early medieval period as descriptive, meaningful phrases (‘the river estate’, ‘the clear stream’, ‘Edward’s farm’, and so on).They evolved in the conversation of ordinary people as they referred to... Read More about Identifying migrants in medieval England: the possibilities and limitations of place-name evidence.

The Cost Of Mental Health At Work (2020)
Book Chapter
Hassard, J., Teoh, K., Thomson, L., & Blake, H. (in press). The Cost Of Mental Health At Work. In The SAGE Handbook of Organisational Wellbeing. SAGE Publications

Internationally, there is growing recognition of the social and economic impact of work-related stress and mental ill-health; and, in turn, of the relative importance of promoting mental wellbeing and preventing the onset of mental disorders at work... Read More about The Cost Of Mental Health At Work.

Working Lives (2020)
Book Chapter
Beck, V., Fuertes, V., Kamerade, D., Lyonette, C., & Warren, T. (2020). Working Lives. In Life after Covid-19: The Other Side of Crisis. Bristol University Press

The Covid-19 crisis will have fundamental impacts on the future of working lives. Daily forecasts predict a depressing picture for the working-age population, both in the UK and abroad. This makes it difficult to identify positive outcomes from the c... Read More about Working Lives.

Locating Gendered Representation in European Union Member States (2020)
Book Chapter
Daniel, W., & Aldrich, A. (2020). Locating Gendered Representation in European Union Member States. In P. J. Cardwell, & M. Granger (Eds.), Research Handbook on the Politics of EU Law (424). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788971287

While the EU does not set specific legal requirements for its member states’ electoral systems, it is perhaps one of the world’s best learning laboratories for comparing the effects of electoral design. The EU is also, in many ways, a leader in the p... Read More about Locating Gendered Representation in European Union Member States.

Working with Experts with Experience: Charting Co-production and Co-design in the Development of HCI-Based Design (2020)
Book Chapter
Niedderer, K., Harrison, D., Gosling, J., Craven, M., Blackler, A., Losada, R., & Cid, T. (2020). Working with Experts with Experience: Charting Co-production and Co-design in the Development of HCI-Based Design. In R. Brankaert, & G. Kenning (Eds.), HCI and Design in the Context of Dementia (303-320). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32835-1_19

This chapter outlines the co-design process for ‘Let’s meet up!’, a hybrid electronic system, which combines traditional board games and digital features, created to facilitate and maintain social engagement for people living with dementia. It allows... Read More about Working with Experts with Experience: Charting Co-production and Co-design in the Development of HCI-Based Design.

The Communist International of Queer Films: The Radical Culture of the Beijing Queer Film Festival (2020)
Book Chapter
Bao, H. (2020). The Communist International of Queer Films: The Radical Culture of the Beijing Queer Film Festival. In S. Presence, M. Wayne, & J. Newsinger (Eds.), Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisation and Activists (190-202). Routledge

This chapter addresses the Euro-American-centrism in the study of radical film cultures by examining cinematic and political practices in a non-Western context. It shifts radical film research’s traditional emphasis on class to an intersectional appr... Read More about The Communist International of Queer Films: The Radical Culture of the Beijing Queer Film Festival.

Exploring User Expectations of Brain-Training and Coaching Technologies for Cognitive Health (2020)
Book Chapter
Craven, M. P., Harrington, K., Wilson, M. L., Landowska, A., Harrington, K., Craven, M., …Landowska, A. (2020). Exploring User Expectations of Brain-Training and Coaching Technologies for Cognitive Health. . Springer Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-49065-2_4

User-centred evaluation of brain-training and coaching applications is discussed, with a focus on dementia. A brief outline of outcomes measures used for cognitive training is presented. The design of a set of four patient and public involvement work... Read More about Exploring User Expectations of Brain-Training and Coaching Technologies for Cognitive Health.

Developing a measure of online wellbeing and user trust (2020)
Book Chapter
DOWTHWAITE, L., Perez Vallejos, E., Creswick, H., Portillo, V., Patel, M., & Zhao, J. (2020). Developing a measure of online wellbeing and user trust. In M. Arias-Oliva, J. Pelegrín-Borondo, K. Murata, & A. María Lara Palma (Eds.), Societal Challenges in the Smart Society (21-33). Logrono: Universidad de La Rioja


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