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Personalised dosing of medicines for children
Embodied creativity: messiness, emotion and academic writing
(Creative Academic Magazine (online), 2017-06)
This article puts forward the learning and teaching benefits of using an ‘Embodied Creativity’ approach to academic writing, using techniques adapted from Art & Design practice. This work is viewed within the context of ...
Hear no misogyny, speak no sexism, see no harassment. Gender-Based Violence and UK University Campus Culture: Time for Change?
Gender-based violence (GBV) on UK University campuses has begun to gain the attention of scholars, government, the media and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) albeit decades later than other Anglophone countries such ...
Change That Lasts: A Chance for Change?
The adoption of the risk, need and responsivity (RNR) model in offending behaviour work in the 1990’s in the UK saw risk assessment aligned with the allocation and intensity of the supervision and resources applied in the ...
Geospatial analysis techniques and digital mapping for music research
Maps help us make sense of people and landscapes around us. Music can do the same. Recent developments in digital mapping, geographical information systems and geospatial analysis, together with increased access to large, ...
An environmental study of the Nant-y-Fendrod stream in South Wales
The Nant-y-Fendrod stream in South Wales fails to meet the water quality standards set out by the European Union Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC). The Directive requires that all waterbodies in the United Kingdom ...
Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment
(Book) A study of the origins, purposes and ethics of punishment