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  • Potential of faba bean starch for distilled spirit production 

    Walker, Graeme M.; Ianieri, Jacopo; Moench, Martin; Palomba, Gabriele; Iannetta, Pietro (Context, 2015)
    This book chapter was published in Distilled spirits: future challenges, new solutions. Packington: Context, 2015.
  • Debt, consumption and freedom: social scientific representations of consumer credit in Anglo-America 

    Marron, Donncha (SAGE, 2015-08-13)
    The article explores a range of social scientific representations of credit and debt in the United States and Britain and how these have been organized around the problem of freedom. On the one hand, credit is projected ...
  • Search/ing for missing people: families living with ambiguous absence 

    Parr, Hester; Stevenson, Olivia; Woolnough, Penny (Elsevier, 2015-09-28)
    Families of missing people are often understood as inhabiting a particular space of ambiguity, captured in the phrase ‘living in limbo’ (Holmes, 2008). To explore this uncertain ground, we interviewed 25 family members to ...
  • The pack size effect: influence on consumer perceptions of portion sizes 

    Hieke, Sophie; Palascha, Aikaterini; Jola, Corinne; Wills, Josephine; Raats, Monique M. (Elsevier, 2015-09-28)
    Larger portions as well as larger packs can lead to larger prospective consumption estimates, larger servings and increased consumption, described as 'portion-size effects' and 'pack size effects'. Although related, the ...
  • Dishonest behavior at self-service checkouts 

    Creighton, Susan; Johnson, Graham; Robertson, Paul; Law, Jan; Szymkowiak, Andrea (Springer, 2015-07-21)
    Self-service technology could be argued as creating less personal transactions when compared to traditional checkouts involving a sales assistant for the entire transaction process, which may affect customer behavior. The ...

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