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Protect II, Capacity Building in Risk Assessment and Safety Management for Victims at a High risk of Harm from domestic violence
(WAVE, Women Against Violence Europe Network, 2012-05)
Identification and Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS) programme: Service Evaluation (NHS Nottingham West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG))
(University of Nottingham, 2016-05)
Executive Summary Domestic violence and abuse (DVA) is recognised as a significant global public health issue (World Health Organisation (WHO) 2013). DVA is a serious, multifaceted societal issue with profound health ...
Coping with potentially incompatible identities: Accounts of religious, ethnic, and sexual identities from British Pakistani men who identify as Muslim and gay
This study explores how a group of young British Muslim gay men (BMGM) of Pakistani background in non-gay affirmative religious contexts understood and defined their sexual, religious, and ethnic identities, focusing upon ...
Media representations of British Muslims and hybridised threats to identity.
Muslims have never before occupied such a central position in the British media, given their general absence from more ‘normalised’ representational positions such as in popular soaps, literature and reality television. ...
British Sikh Identity and the Struggle for Distinctiveness and Continuity
Sikhs constitute a high proportion of the ethnic minority population in Britain. Yet, social psychologists have largely neglected this demographically important religious group, leaving much of the theorising to anthropologists ...
Tracking Economic Value of Products in Natural Settings: A Wireless EEG Study
(Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2018-12-20)
Economic decision making refers to the process of individuals translating their preference into subjective value (SV). Little is known about the dynamics of the neural processes that underpin this form of value-based ...
The construction of ethnic identity: insights from identity process theory
Ethnicity has received much empirical and theoretical attention in the social sciences. Yet, it has scarcely been explored in terms of its relationship with the motivational principles of identity. Here it is argued that ...
Skills development and occupational aspirations within A8 migrant groups in Leicester and Leicestershire, Coventry.
(Learning and Skills Council, 2009)
The roles of socioeconomic status, occupational health and job rank on the epidemiology of different psychiatric symptoms in a sample of UK workers
There is a considerable gap in epidemiological literature about community mental health showing how psychiatric symptoms are associated with job rank, socioeconomic status, and occupational health. We examine data from ...