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Conflicting rationalities of risk: disputing risk in social policy- reflecting on 35 years of researching risk
(Taylor Francis, 2014-07)
This article considers how the concept of risk has been variously defined and deployed within research and UK social policy since the 1980s. The article does not present an in-depth historical narrative, but rather presents ...
The Role of Predisposition to Hallucinations on Non-Clinical Paranoid vs. Socially Anxious Individuals after Hearing Negative Affective-Laden Sounds: An Experimental Investigation
Background: Research suggested that negative affective-laden sounds act as environmental stressors that elicit negative affect (Bradley and Lang, 2000a). Aims: We tried to test for the role of an interaction between ...
Sad music as a means for acceptance-based coping
Self-identified sad music (SISM) is often listened to when experiencing sad life situations. Research indicates that the most common reason people give for listening to SISM is “to be in touch with or express feelings of ...
Bringing Justice Back into the Community: The Case of Vermont, US
(European Forum for Restorative Justice, 2016-06-24)
There is a fine line between aiming to make individuals responsible for their actions and actually doing so. Society developed many mechanisms that although aim at making individuals responsible, in reality they end up ...
Narrative affinities of the lived experiences of asthma and sporting embodiment
"The purpose of this study was to conduct an investigation of the lived experiences of asthma and sporting embodiment in non-elite sportspeople of different ages and levels of ability, involved in a range of sports. Despite ...
Interfacing with older LGBT citizens
Contemporary Sex Offender Management, vol 2
(Palgrave MacMillan, 2017-10)
(The British Psychological Society, 2014-05)
Music education and maps: The use of GIS technology, large geocoded data sets and geospatial statistics to inform music education research
(Society for Education and Music Psychology Research (SEMPRE), 2016-03-15)
Recent developments in geographical information systems and geospatial statistics, together with greater access to large, highly-detailed ‘geocoded’ datasets, are transforming environmental, social and economic research. ...