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“Witness” to violence? Psychological discourses of children in situations of domestic violence

Callaghan, J. & Sixsmith, J., 8 Feb 2013.

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domestic violence
witness
violence
discourse
subjectivity

“We were all understanding it together”. Evaluating the UoN Psychology Stats Mentor Project

Collings, R. M., Hill, K. M. & Azoulay, N., 31 Jan 2018.

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psychology
confidence
student
anxiety
time management

“We are spared Hell”: neutral angels in the Middle Dutch Voyage of Brendan

Mackley, J. S., 14 May 2010.

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Middle Dutch
Legend
Hell
Voyager
12th Century

“The recession has passed but the effects are still with Us”: Employment, work organization and employee experiences of work in post-crisis Indian BPO

Roy, C., Scholarios, D. & Taylor, P., 1 Jan 2017, Critical Perspectives on Work and Employment in Globalizing India. Springer Singapore, p. 57-80 24 p. (Critical Perspectives on Work and Employment in Globalizing India).

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“So agreeable and suitable a place”: a late eighteenth-century suburban villa

Stobart, J., 9 Jan 2014.

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Material Culture
Suburban
Wealth
Grandeur
Metropolitan
intelligence
experience
state of consciousness
psyche
transcendence

“Not ‘Do you remember’, but ‘What if’?”

Kimber, G., Marsh, R. (ed.), Duffy, S. (ed.) & Gunn, K. (ed.), 1 Mar 2009, New Writing Dundee: Vol. 4. Dundee: Dundee University Press, p. 142-144 156 p.

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“Not like other men?” The vampire body in Joss Whedon’s Angel

Jowett, L., 1 Jan 2009, In : Studies in Popular Culture. 32, 1, p. 37-51 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle

Angels
Vampires
Ambivalence
Physical
Subjectivity
Cultural Capital
Alan Moore
Comic Books
Graphic Novel
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Counseling
Fruit
Stereotypic Movement Disorder
Parapsychology
Interviews
Open Access
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coding
mental health
social integration
Social Norms
foreignness

“I was absolutely petrified…” – Negative anomalous experiences during bereavement.

Jakeman, M. & Cooper, C. E., 21 Sep 2018.

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experience
parapsychology
minority
death
experiment
Open Access
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Applied Psychology
Athletes
Sports
Psychology
Motivation
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social position
cartography
deviant behavior
recreation
empathy
Banisteriopsis
Hallucinogens
Spiritual Therapies
Research
Interviews
Open Access
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therapist
experience
vocabulary
Group
File
Football
Research
Communication
Interviews

“I don’t know if you want to know this”: carers’ understandings of intimacy and sex in long term relationships when one partner has dementia

Youell, J., Callaghan, J. & Buchanan, K., 1 May 2016, In : Ageing and Society. 36, 5

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intimacy
dementia
experience
research focus
sexuality

“Everything is telling you to drink”: understanding the functional significance of alcogenic environments for young adult drinkers

Hill, K. M., Foxcroft, D. R. & Pilling, M., 2 Nov 2018, In : Addiction Research & Theory. 26, 6, p. 457-464 8 p.

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Alcohol Drinking
Young Adult
Drinking
Drinking Behavior
Alcohols

“Easy to chronicle, bewildering to practice”: E.M. Forster

Canning, R., 1 Dec 2013, In : thefertilefact.com.

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Blogs
Biographer
Chronicles
E. M. Forster
Novelist

“Decolonizing Trauma Studies: Trauma and Postcolonialism”—Introduction

Andermahr, S., 24 Sep 2015, In : Humanities. 4, 4, p. 500-505 6 p.

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Trauma
Postcolonial Criticism
Trauma Theory
Minority Groups

“Beyond the Sound of Words”: Harmony and Polyphony in Women in Love

Reid, S., 25 Feb 2019, D.H. Lawrence, Music and Modernism: Part of the Palgrave Studies in Music and Literature book series (PASTMULI). Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., p. 119-145 26 p.

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Harmony
Sound
Richard Wagner
Polyphony
Music

“A certain resemblance”: negotiating Africa as abjection within and without in H.P. Lovecraft’s “Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family” and “Under the Pyramids”

Simmons, D., 21 Apr 2010, Critical Engagements 2.1 : A Journal of Criticism and Theory . Barfield, S., Phillips, D. L. & Tew, P. (eds.). 1 ed. UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies, Vol. 2. p. 59-83 25 p. (Critical Engagements).

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Abjection
Resemblance
Africa
Degeneracy
Discourse

‘You should try lying more’: the nomadic impermanence of sound and text in the work of Bill Drummond

Wiseman-Trowse, N. J. B., Hansen, A. (ed.) & Carroll, R. (ed.), 28 Dec 2014, Litpop: Writing and Popular Music. Aldershot: Ashgate, p. 157-168 240 p. (Ashgate popular and folk music series).

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Impermanence
Sound
Music
Art
Back Catalogue
Open Access
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Wheelchairs
Leisure Activities
Motor Vehicles
Anxiety
research project
research process
costs
language

‘We don't do walking away’

Samra, B., Castle, S., Bebek, G., Chadwick, S. (ed.), Arthur, D. (ed.) & Beech, J. (ed.), 20 Jan 2017, International Cases in the Business of Sport. Oxford: Routledge, p. 218-233 264 p.

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Fan loyalty
Purchase
Football
Marketing theory
Brand loyalty

‘Walking ... just walking’: how children and young people’s everyday pedestrian practices matter

Horton, J., Christensen, P., Kraftl, P. & Hadfield-Hill, S., 1 Jan 2014, In : Social and Cultural Geography. 15, 1

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pedestrian
social geography
cultural geography
friendship
urban development
terrorism
ideology
death
Ideologies
political violence
File
poster
experience
interview
job satisfaction
incident
Open Access
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Disclosure
Fear
Interviews
Water
Therapeutics

‘The show must go on!’ Fieldwork, mental health and wellbeing in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

Tucker, F. & Horton, J., 5 Feb 2019, In : Area. 51, 1, p. 84-93 10 p.

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mental health
geography
science
anxiety
pedagogics

‘Seen but not heard’: practitioners work with poverty and the organising out of disadvantaged children’s voices and participation in the early years

Simpson, D., Loughran, S., Lumsden, E., Mazzocco, P., MacDowall Clark, R., Winterbottom, C., Murray, J. (ed.) & Gray, C. (ed.), 4 Dec 2018, Perspectives from Young Children on the Margins. Murray, J. & Gray, C. (eds.). Abingdon: Routledge, p. 5-16 11 p.

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poverty
participation
early childhood education and care
school readiness
normalization
File
Middle Class
Elites
Material Culture
Country House
Silverware
Reality TV
Gothic
Supernatural
Authenticity
Immediacy
Femininity
Beauty
Hair Removal
Interpersonal Relations
Hair

‘Pale Signature’: lyric and life-writing in Dylan Thomas’s early poems

Chamberlain, R., 1 Apr 2007.

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Lyrics
Signature
Poem
Life-writing
History

‘One day I am going to grow wings’: Radiohead’s abject transcendence

Wiseman-Trowse, N. J. B., 15 Oct 2017, (Submitted) In : Revue LISA.

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Transcendence
Transcendent
Abject
Radiohead
Ambivalence
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special educational needs
school choice
parents
act
reform
File
special educational needs
parents
act
school
reform
File
special education
parents
school
Open Access
entrepreneurship
discourse
experience
China
schizophrenia

‘Local gradient’ and between-site variability of erosion rate on badlands in the Karoo, South Africa

Favis-Mortlock, D., Boardman, J., Foster, I. D. L. & Greenwood, P., 30 Mar 2018, In : Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 43, p. 871-883 13 p.

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badlands
erosion rate
erosion
microrelief
microtopography
child custody
justice
anxiety
data collection method
research planning

‘It felt more real’: improving the experience of academic staff and students in assessed group work in undergraduate business education

Laurie, S. & Williams-Burnett, N., 29 Mar 2016, (Accepted/In press).

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business education
group work
working group
staff
marketing
child custody
social effects
justice
anxiety
offense
File
tattoo
abuse
human being
femininity
violence

‘I love him ... Is that real? interrogating romance in Dollhouse

Jowett, L., 1 Jul 2012. 8 p.

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Romance
Doll
Sexuality
Rumor
Entertainment