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A Qualitative Exploration of Police Officers’ Experiences, Challenges, and Perceptions of Cybercrime (2018)
Journal Article
Hadlington, L., Lumsden, K., Black, A., & Ferra, F. (2018). A Qualitative Exploration of Police Officers’ Experiences, Challenges, and Perceptions of Cybercrime. Policing, https://doi.org/10.1093/police/pay090

Victimization from cybercrime has increased exponentially over the past decade. Frontline police officers are dealing with a variety of crimes different than those existing in an era before the advent of digital technology. Frontline officers are exp... Read More about A Qualitative Exploration of Police Officers’ Experiences, Challenges, and Perceptions of Cybercrime.

Flujos migratorios en el Mediterráneo: cifras, políticas y múltiples crisis (2018)
Journal Article
D’Angelo, A. (2018). Flujos migratorios en el Mediterráneo: cifras, políticas y múltiples crisis. Anuario CIDOB de la Inmigración, 2018, 30-46. doi:10.24241/AnuarioCIDOBInmi.2018.30

ABSTRACT [English] - Migration across the Mediterranean is often presented – in media and political debates - as a single, transnational phenomenon, characterised by steady inflows of people, seemingly guided by uncontrollable forces. This chapter, b... Read More about Flujos migratorios en el Mediterráneo: cifras, políticas y múltiples crisis.

‘I Will Not Be Thrown Out of the Country Because I’m an Immigrant’: Eastern European Migrants’ Responses to Hate Crime in a Semi-Rural Context in the Wake of Brexit (2018)
Journal Article
Lumsden, K., Goode, J., & Black, A. (2019). ‘I Will Not Be Thrown Out of the Country Because I’m an Immigrant’: Eastern European Migrants’ Responses to Hate Crime in a Semi-Rural Context in the Wake of Brexit. Sociological Research Online, 24(2), 167-184. doi:10.1177/1360780418811967

This article examines Eastern European migrants’ experiences of and responses to hate crime. Following the UK European Union Membership Referendum (‘Brexit’ vote), there was an increase in reported hate crimes against immigrants. The study focuses on... Read More about ‘I Will Not Be Thrown Out of the Country Because I’m an Immigrant’: Eastern European Migrants’ Responses to Hate Crime in a Semi-Rural Context in the Wake of Brexit.

Using conversation analysis to inform role play and simulated interaction in communications skills training for healthcare professionals: identifying avenues for further development through a scoping review (2018)
Journal Article
Pilnick, A., Trusson, D., Beeke, S., O 'brien, R., Goldberg, S., & Harwood, R. H. (2018). Using conversation analysis to inform role play and simulated interaction in communications skills training for healthcare professionals: identifying avenues for further development through a scoping review. BMC Medical Education, 18, doi:10.1186/s12909-018-1381-1

Background: This paper responds to previously published debate in this journal around the use of sociolinguistic methods in communication skills training (CST), which has raised the significant question of how far consultations with simulated patient... Read More about Using conversation analysis to inform role play and simulated interaction in communications skills training for healthcare professionals: identifying avenues for further development through a scoping review.

Imagined constructed thought: how staff interpret the behaviour of patients with intellectual disabilities (2018)
Journal Article
Webb, J. C., Pilnick, A., & Clegg, J. (2018). Imagined constructed thought: how staff interpret the behaviour of patients with intellectual disabilities. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 51(4), 347-362. doi:10.1080/08351813.2018.1523893

This paper examines ‘imagined constructed thought’: speakers giving voice to the inner world of a non-present other. Drawing on 9 hours of video footage of health-care staff discussing patients with intellectual disabilities during Discovery Awarenes... Read More about Imagined constructed thought: how staff interpret the behaviour of patients with intellectual disabilities.

Review of the European reference framework for sustainable cities (2018)
Journal Article
Winter, A. K. (2018). Review of the European reference framework for sustainable cities. International Journal of Community Well-Being, 1(1), 83-86. doi:10.1007/s42413-018-0007-z

This review examines the European Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities, an online framework for use by urban practitioners to evaluate and visualize the sustainability profile and priorities of an urban sustainability plan, policy, or initiativ... Read More about Review of the European reference framework for sustainable cities.

Mainstream education as a possible route to recovery and social inclusion: a review (2018)
Journal Article
Atkinson, S., Collis, B., & Schneider, J. M. (2018). Mainstream education as a possible route to recovery and social inclusion: a review. Mental Health Review Journal, 23(4), 246-252. doi:10.1108/MHRJ-03-2018-0008

To focus on the findings of a review of the Learning Advice Service which provided mainstream learning opportunities and individual support to people using mental health services. The service was decommissioned after 15 years due to service reconfig... Read More about Mainstream education as a possible route to recovery and social inclusion: a review.

Ozone and climate governance: an implausible path dependence (2018)
Journal Article
Grundmann, R. (2018). Ozone and climate governance: an implausible path dependence. Comptes Rendus Géoscience, 350(7), 435-441. doi:10.1016/j.crte.2018.07.008

Many observers and commentators have used the case of ozone science and politics as a role model for climate science and politics. Two crucial assumptions underpin this view: (1) that science drives policymaking, and (2) that a unified, international... Read More about Ozone and climate governance: an implausible path dependence.

Defamilisation and familisation risks, adult worker models, and pro-employment/decommodification measures for women: the case of Hong Kong (2018)
Journal Article
Yu, S. W., Chau, C. R., & Kühner, S. (2018). Defamilisation and familisation risks, adult worker models, and pro-employment/decommodification measures for women: the case of Hong Kong. Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, 1-17. doi:10.1080/21699763.2018.1526699

This paper is concerned with the research areas of defamilisation/familisation and adult worker models. It particularly focuses on demonstrating how the study of government pro-employment and decommodification measures for reducing defamilisation and... Read More about Defamilisation and familisation risks, adult worker models, and pro-employment/decommodification measures for women: the case of Hong Kong.

Who needs critical friends? Independent advisory groups in the age of the police and crime commissioner (2018)
Journal Article
Dixon, B. (2018). Who needs critical friends? Independent advisory groups in the age of the police and crime commissioner. Policing, doi:10.1093/police/pay068. ISSN 1752-4512

In the early 2000s, many police forces in England and Wales set up independent advisory groups (IAGs) following an inquiry into the flawed investigation of the murder of a black teenager, Stephen Lawrence, by London's Metropolitan Police. Members of... Read More about Who needs critical friends? Independent advisory groups in the age of the police and crime commissioner.

Exploring the Pentecostal faith—sustainability—entrepreneurship nexus in Zimbabwe (2018)
Book Chapter
Anderson, A. H., Clifford, M., Madziva, R., Thondhlana, J., & Goronga, P. (2018). Exploring the Pentecostal faith—sustainability—entrepreneurship nexus in Zimbabwe. In W. L. Filo, & A. C. McCrea (Eds.), Sustainability and the humanities, 225-238. Springer Publishing Company. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-95336-6_13

The aim of this paper is to explore the intersection between sustainability and the humanities, specifically the Pentecostal faith—entrepreneurship—sustainability nexus in Zimbabwe. It focuses on The Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA) and asso... Read More about Exploring the Pentecostal faith—sustainability—entrepreneurship nexus in Zimbabwe.

Does ethnicity and culture affect the non- compliancy of cervical cancer screening? (2018)
Journal Article
Hennessey, L., Shaw, I., Okyere, S., & Adams, G. G. (2018). Does ethnicity and culture affect the non- compliancy of cervical cancer screening?. 00 Journal not listed, 7(4), 219-227. doi:10.15406/mojph.2018.07.00233

Background: Globally, an estimated 528,000 women develop cervical cancer (CC) each year, 266,000 of whom die from the disease. CC is the fourth most-common cancer in women worldwide and fourteenth in the UK, where 3,200 cases are diagnosed each year.... Read More about Does ethnicity and culture affect the non- compliancy of cervical cancer screening?.

Social housing providers as unlikely low-carbon innovators (2018)
Journal Article
Cauvain, J., & Karvonen, A. (2018). Social housing providers as unlikely low-carbon innovators. Energy and Buildings, 177, 394-401. doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2018.08.012

Social housing providers have recently emerged as unlikely innovators of low carbon transitions in the UK residential sector. They tend to have a significant amount of influence over large housing stocks, opportunities to access funding to retrofit o... Read More about Social housing providers as unlikely low-carbon innovators.

Policy frameworks and supply‐chain accounting (2018)
Book Chapter
Thornley, P., & Mohr, A. (2018). Policy frameworks and supply‐chain accounting. In C. Gough, P. Thornley, S. Mander, N. Vaughan, & A. Lea-Langton (Eds.), Biomass energy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS): unlocking negative emissionsWiley

Raymond Williams and the possibilities of ‘committed’ late Marxism (2018)
Journal Article
Stevenson, N. (2018). Raymond Williams and the possibilities of ‘committed’ late Marxism

After the end of the Cold War Marxist thought entered into a long crisis from which it is only just beginning to emerge. After 1989 it was no longer clear, apart from a few revolutionary outposts, what a commitment to Marxism meant. Not surprisingly... Read More about Raymond Williams and the possibilities of ‘committed’ late Marxism.