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How are veterans perceived today? (2020)
Book Chapter
PHILLIPS, R. 2020. How are veterans perceived today? In My teeth don't chew on shrapnel: an anthology of poetry by military veterans. Oxford: Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre [online], chapter 4, pages 18-21. Available from: https://doi.org/10.24384/dnqr-wm30

There is always a considerable debate in the UK and the US about the health of military veterans. Data from representative opinion polls and surveys conducted in the last three decades highlight a persistent set of beliefs about military veterans, he... Read More about How are veterans perceived today?.

Interviewing as a commemorative practice. (2020)
Book Chapter
PHILLIPS, R. 2020. Interviewing as a commemorative practice. In Gilbert, C., McLoughlin, K. and Munro, N. (eds.) On commemoration: global reflections upon remembering war. Oxford: Peter Lang [online], part III: aural commemoration, pages 265-269. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3726/b14904

Rita Phillips, an academic psychologist, looks at past and future in the practice of interviewing war survivors, contrasting the traditional interview as a form of data-gathering with the virtual ‘conversations’ aimed at educating those too young to... Read More about Interviewing as a commemorative practice..