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‘Horses for Courses’: An analysis of equine sports regulation and disciplinary procedures regarding the non-human athlete
Sports governing bodies and international sports federations are very powerful organisations within their sphere. The governance of these sports has created a hegemony which does not necessarily serve the interests of ...
'Don't Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: What equestriansim can learn from thoroughbred racing'
This article questions the current hegemony regarding the drafting of integrity measures such as anti -doping in modern equine based sport. The examples of the Olympic equestrian sports and British Horse Racing Authority ...
Understanding the decision-making environment for people in minimally conscious state
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-05-11)
ABSTRACT Patients in Minimally Conscious States (MCS) show minimal, fluctuating but definitive signs of awareness of themselves and their environments. They may exhibit behaviors ranging from the ability to track objects ...
Awake and (only just) aware? A typology, taxonomy and holistic framework for withdrawing clinically assisted nutrition and hydration in the minimally conscious state
Decisions to withdraw clinically assisted nutrition and hydration (CANH) from people in the minimally conscious state are predicated on the question as to whether it is in the individual’s best interests to continue with ...
A Grounded Theory Analysis of a Focus Group Study
Decisions about whether to reassess the clinical condition of patients in a minimally conscious state are a cornerstone of clinical care and management. The outcome of clinical reassessment determines whether efforts to ...
(Oxford University Press, 2017-03-30)
Oxford Bibliographies in International Law has become an essential research tool. Each article provides a skeleton for research, with general topic headings first, followed by more thematic headings, each introduced by a ...
International Criminal Court: The Prosecutor v Thomas Lubanga Dyilo
(Hart Publishing, 2017-10-27)
A redrafting of Lubanga, the first case to be tried in the International Criminal Court, from a children's rights perspective.
Expert Commentary: Public Inquiries – continuity, change and institutional infrastructure
(Oxford University Press, 2017-05-25)
This commentary focuses upon the legal process, in particular its ability (or lack of it) to capture and sustain important knowledge generated from the inquiry process and how such experience could be utilised to respond ...
The evolving role of sub-national actors in the mechanisms for international trade interactions: A comparative analysis of Belgium and Canada
(Global Journal of Comparative Law, 2017)
At present, sub-national actors enjoy varied degrees of acceptance within the various frameworks for international trade interactions of their home states. This is mainly due to the reality that there is a growing ...
The Impact of Control Fraud on the Banking System: Evidence from a developing Country
(Global Research Institute for Business Academics, 2017-07-30)
Recent global financial crisis have awakened the need to regulate corporate governance across the world. The fall of multi-national companies like Enron in the USA and Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) in ...