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Collaborative resistance: how a craft beer scene was built through sharing and nurturing relationships. (2021)
Book Chapter
CUNNINGHAM, J. and FRASER, S.S. [2021]. Collaborative resistance: how a craft beer scene was built through sharing and nurturing relationships. In Clarke, D., Ellis, V., Patrick-Thomson, H. and Weir, D. (eds.) Researching craft beer: understanding production, community and culture in an evolving sector. Bingley: Emerald [online], (Forthcoming). Available from: https://books.emeraldinsight.com/page/detail/Researching-Craft-Beer/?k=9781800431850

In this chapter, we explore the entrepreneurial nature of craft brewing. We find growth in the microbrewery sector has been supported through a cooperative approach between competing artisanal small firms. This has helped build competitive advantage... Read More about Collaborative resistance: how a craft beer scene was built through sharing and nurturing relationships..

Sono mama: what goes without saying, right up until now? (2021)
Book Chapter
CLARKE, J. 2021. Sono mama: what goes without saying, right up until now? In The Roland Barthes Reading Group (eds.) Setting a bell ringing. The constellations, 17. London: MA Bibliothèque, pages 31-39.

I was moved to respond to the request to reflect on my experience of the Roland Barthes Reading Group partly because of the beautiful phrasing around ‘the situation of encounter'. I had joined this group as a visitor, intent only on dipping my toe in... Read More about Sono mama: what goes without saying, right up until now?.

The self and the supernatural. (2021)
Book Chapter
IRONSIDE, R. 2021. The self and the supernatural. In vom Lehn, D., Ruiz-Junco, N. and Gibson, W. (eds.). The Routledge international handbook of interactionism. Abindon: Routledge [online], chapter 10. Available from: https://www.routledge.com/9780367227708

Supernatural experiences continue to be a feature in our everyday lives. Indeed, research suggests that over two fifths of the population in Britain have reported a supernatural experience and one-quarter of Americans claim to have felt or sensed a p... Read More about The self and the supernatural..

Employer perspectives on virtual international working: essential skills for the globalised, digital workplace. (2021)
Book Chapter
CRAWFORD, I. 2021. Employer perspectives on virtual international working: essential skills for the globalised, digital workplace. In Swartz, S., Barbosa, B., Crawford, I. and Luck, S. (eds.). Developments in virtual learning environments and global workplace. Hershey, PA: IGI Global [online], pages 178-204. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-7331-0.ch010

This chapter summarises the key findings from a doctoral research project that examined employer perceptions of virtual, international working immediately before, during, and after the global pandemic took hold in Spring 2020. The purposive interview... Read More about Employer perspectives on virtual international working: essential skills for the globalised, digital workplace..

Calendar variations. (2021)
Book Chapter
DOUGLAS, A. and FREMANTLE, C. [2021]. Calendar variations. In Geffen, A., Rosenthal, A., Fremantle, C. and Rhamani, A. (eds.) Ecoart in action: activities, case studies and provocations for classroom and community. New York: New Village Press [online], Forthcoming. Available from: https://nyupress.org/9781613321461/ecoart-in-action/

The Work of Allan Kaprow (1927-2006). Allan Kaprow was interested in blurring the boundaries between art and life on the premise that “Life is more artlike than art”. He drew artists and participants into noticing and exploring life's spontaneous mo... Read More about Calendar variations..

A mistake to raise any controversial question at the present time: the careful relationship of Glasgow’s suffragists with the press 1902-1918. (2021)
Book Chapter
PEDERSEN, S. [2021]. A mistake to raise any controversial question at the present time: the careful relationship of Glasgow’s suffragists with the press 1902-1918. In Hughes-Johnson, A. and Jenkins, L. (eds.) The politics of women's suffrage: local, national and international dimensions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press [online], In Press. Available from: https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/P/bo127024256.html

This chapter investigates how a constitutional suffrage organization navigated two distinct and problematic relationships – with the suffrage press and with local newspapers. It demonstrates that not all suffrage campaigners strode confidently into t... Read More about A mistake to raise any controversial question at the present time: the careful relationship of Glasgow’s suffragists with the press 1902-1918..

Understanding legal research in the built environment. (2021)
Book Chapter
MANTE, J. 2021. Understanding legal research in the built environment. In Manu, E. and Akotia, J. (eds.) Secondary research methods in the built environment. Abingdon: Routledge [online], chapter 8, pages 106-116. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003000532-8

Legal research is often misunderstood by many a researcher in the built environment, especially beginners. Its role as a suitable research approach employing both primary and secondary sources of data to arrive at logically sound outcomes is often un... Read More about Understanding legal research in the built environment..

Foregrounding ecosystems: thinking with the work of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison. (2021)
Book Chapter
FREMANTLE, C. and DOUGLAS, A. [2021]. Foregrounding ecosystems: thinking with the work of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison. In Villanueva-Romero, D., Kerslake, L. and Flys-Junquera, C. (eds.) Imaginative ecologies: inspiring change through the humanities. Nature, cultur and literature, 17. Netherlands: Brill [online], Forthcoming.

The approach we take to understanding, whether framed as 'measured, objective and in control' or 'entangled and adapting', is key to the health of the life web and ourselves. The problems associated with the measured, objective and in control version... Read More about Foregrounding ecosystems: thinking with the work of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison..

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?.

The Harrisons' practice in the context of global environmental policy and politics from the 1960s to 2019: a timeline. (2020)
Book Chapter
FREMANTLE, C., DOUGLAS, A. and PRITCHARD, D. 2020. The Harrisons' practice in the context of global environmental policy and politics from the 1960s to 2019: a timeline. In Cartiere, C. and Tan, L. (eds.). The Routledge companion to art in the public realm. Abingdon: Routledge, chapter 28, pages 314-332. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429450471-28

This chapter complements a previous chapter, 'In the time of art with policy' from the same book. The three authors, Fremantle, Douglas and Pritchard, offer different disciplinary perspectives to this analysis of global environmental policy and the... Read More about The Harrisons' practice in the context of global environmental policy and politics from the 1960s to 2019: a timeline..

In the time of art with policy: the practice of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison alongside global environmental policy since the 1970s. (2020)
Book Chapter
FREMANTLE, C., DOUGLAS, A. and PRITCHARD, D. 2020. In the time of art with policy: the practice of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison alongside global environmental policy since the 1970s. In Cartiere, C. and Tan, L. (eds.). The Routledge companion to art in the public realm. Abingdon: Routledge [online], chapter 27, pages 300-314. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429450471-27

From around 1970, the artists Helen Mayer Harrison (1927-2018) and Newton Harrison (b. 1932), known as ‘the Harrisons,’ started to focus on ecology and ecological systems, influenced by amongst other things, Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring which had be... Read More about In the time of art with policy: the practice of Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison alongside global environmental policy since the 1970s..

Digital heritage as a route towards social engagement. (2020)
Book Chapter
LAING, R., LEON, M., HERBERT, C. and ROBERTS, C. 2020. Digital heritage as a route towards social engagement. In Melendez, F., Diniz, N. and Del Signore, M. (eds.) Data, matter, design: strategies in computational design. Abingdon: Routledge [online], pages 266-271. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780367369156-85

The historic environment faces many challenges, one of which is a poor understanding of the positive role it can play in the maintenance, development, and regeneration of communities, their culture, and their economy. Aberdeenshire Council considers... Read More about Digital heritage as a route towards social engagement..

Gender and media representation: politics and the 'double bind'. (2020)
Book Chapter
MCKAY, F. 2020. Gender and media representation: politics and the 'double bind'. In Smith, A. (ed.) Gender equality in changing times: multidisciplinary reflections on struggles and progress. London: Palgrave Macmillan [online], pages 203-226. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-26570-0_10

In recent decades, more women have been elected into office, showing the gains which have been made as more take a seat at the political table. In 2008, women occupied 18.3% of parliamentary seats worldwide, growing to 24.3% in 2019 (IPU 2019). While... Read More about Gender and media representation: politics and the 'double bind'..

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..

From community to commerce? Analytics, audience 'engagement' and how local newspapers are renegotiating news values in the age of pageview-driven journalism. (2020)
Book Chapter
MORRISON, J. 2020. From community to commerce? Analytics, audience 'engagement' and how local newspapers are renegotiating news values in the age of pageview-driven journalism. In Gulyas, A. and Baines, D. Routledge companion to local media and journalism. Abingdon: Routledge [online], chapter 30. Available from: https://www.routledge.com/9780815375364

Local newspapers were once bastions of their communities – reporting everything from church fetes to factory closures and speaking truth to power to councillors and business leaders. But growing competition from online media, combined with advertisin... Read More about From community to commerce? Analytics, audience 'engagement' and how local newspapers are renegotiating news values in the age of pageview-driven journalism..

Apocalyptic sublimes and the recalibration of distance: doing art-anthropology in post-disaster Japan. (2020)
Book Chapter
CLARKE, J. 2020. Apocalyptic sublimes and the recalibration of distance: doing art-anthropology in post-disaster Japan. In Schorch, P., Saxer, M. and Elders, M. (eds.) Exploring materiality and connectivity in anthropology and beyond. London: UCL Press [online], pages 172-190. Available from: https://doi.org/10.14324/111.9781787357488

On 11 March 2011, a ‘triple disaster’ (an earthquake – the strongest since records began – a subsequent tsunami, and a nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant) devastated the Tohoku region of north-east Japan. This singular yet predictable ev... Read More about Apocalyptic sublimes and the recalibration of distance: doing art-anthropology in post-disaster Japan..

Scottish public libraries welcome Syrian new Scots: a transition from being a refugee to becoming an active part of the community. (2020)
Book Chapter
MARTZOUKOU, K. 2020. Scottish public libraries welcome Syrian new Scots: a transition from being a refugee to becoming an active part of the community. In Goldstein, S. (ed.) Informed societies: why information literacy matters for citizenship, participation and democracy. London: Facet [online], chapter 10. Available from: http://www.facetpublishing.co.uk/title.php?id=304226

This chapter offers an overview of the information needs and experiences of Syrian refugees in Scotland, drawing from data collected as part of ‘Lost in Information: Syrian new Scots’ Information Literacy Way-finding practices’, a research project wh... Read More about Scottish public libraries welcome Syrian new Scots: a transition from being a refugee to becoming an active part of the community..

Basic principles of stable isotope analysis in humanitarian forensic science. (2020)
Book Chapter
CHESSON, L. A., MEIER-AUGENSTEIN, W., BERG, G. E., BATAILLE, C. P., BARTELINK, E. J., and RICHARDS, M. P. 2020. Basic principles of stable isotope analysis in humanitarian forensic science. In Parra, R.C., Zapico, S.C. and Ubelaker, D.H. (eds.). Forensic science and humanitarian action: interacting with the dead and the living. Forensic science in focus. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-VCH Verlag [online], pages 285-310. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119482062.ch20

While the identity of a victim of a localized disaster – such as a train or bus crash – may be established quickly through personal effects, fingerprints, dental records, and a comparison of decedent DNA to family reference specimen DNA, a different... Read More about Basic principles of stable isotope analysis in humanitarian forensic science..

Frantz Fanon’s revolutionary contribution: an attitude of decoloniality as critical pedagogy for social work. (2020)
Book Chapter
HARMS SMITH, L. 2020. Frantz Fanon’s revolutionary contribution: an attitude of decoloniality as critical pedagogy for social work. In Morley, C., Ablett, P., Noble, C. and Cowden, S. (eds.) The Routledge handbook of critical pedagogies for social work. London: Routledge [online], pages 399-411. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351002042-33

There are many reasons why Frantz Fanon’s work is relevant today. Given ongoing Coloniality evident in global power asymmetries and neoliberal economic arrangements with grave levels of global (and within-state) inequality, Fanon’s characterisation o... Read More about Frantz Fanon’s revolutionary contribution: an attitude of decoloniality as critical pedagogy for social work..