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  • Asocial not anti-social: the 'respect agenda' and the 'therapeutic me' 

    Waiton, Stuart (Policy Press, 2008-06)
    The promotion of respect in society, like the concern about anti-social behaviour, engages with issues that on the one hand are relatively small or insignificant — dropping litter or not saying ‘thank you’, for example. ...
  • A comparative analysis of graduate employment prospects in European labour markets: a study of graduate recruitment in four countries 

    Branine, Mohamed; Avramenko, Alex (John Wiley & Sons, 2015-08-19)
    The aim of this paper is to provide a comparative analysis of higher education and the graduate labour markets in selected European countries (France, Germany, Spain and United Kingdom) in the context of the expectations ...
  • The EU legal framework on trafficking in human beings: where to from here – the UK perspective 

    O'Neill, Maria (UACES, 2011)
    The European Union (EU)’s current provisions on the trafficking in human beings (THB) are provided for, inter alia, in Council Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA. The Council of Europe have more recent provisions in this area, ...
  • Exploring the compassion deficit debate 

    Stenhouse, Rosie; Ion, Robin M.; Roxburgh, Michelle; Devitt, Patric ffrench; Smith, Stephen D.M. (Elsevier, 2016-01-30)
    Several recent high profile failures in the UK health care system have promoted strong debate on compassion and care in nursing. A number of papers articulating a range of positions within this debate have been published ...
  • Governance and social information disclosure – evidence from the UK 

    Parsa, Sepideh; Kouhy, Reza; Tzovas, Christos (Interscience Publishers, 2007)
    Theoretically, corporate social responsibility should be embedded in corporate governance structures. This paper presents evidence that this is not the case for listed UK companies. Our evidence shows that in the presence ...
  • Handbook of secure care 

    Dickens, Geoffrey L.; Sugarman, Philip A.; Picchioni, Marco M.; editors (Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2015-07)
    In any society a small proportion of people with mental disorder present with behaviour that transgresses norms and violates the rights of others. Yet these people are often vulnerable themselves to violence, abuse or ...
  • The impact of social support on student athletes' satisfaction in individual sports 

    Rhind, Daniel; Jowett, Sophia; Lorimer, Ross (Maney Publishing, 2011-04-01)
    This study investigated the relationship between student athletes' perceived social support and their level of satisfaction. The main effect model of social support was tested as well as the moderating effect of competitive ...
  • Preferences, constraints and work-lifestyle choices: the case of female Scottish chartered accountants 

    Gallhofer, Sonja; Paisey, Catriona; Roberts, Clare; Tarbert, Heather (Emerald, 2011)
    Men and women are now being admitted to membership of the major UK professional accountancy bodies in approximately equal numbers. This trend has focused attention on the ways in which professional accountants combine ...
  • SWARD: decision support processes for the UK water industry 

    Butler, D.; Jowitt, P.; Ashley, R.; Blackwood, David J.; Davies, J.; Oltean-Dumbrava, C.; McIlkenny, G.; Foxon, T.; Gilmour, Daniel J.; Smith, H.; Cavill, S.; Leach, M.; Pearson, P.; Gouda, H.; Samson, W.; Souter, N.; Hendry, S.; Moir, James; Bouchart, F. (Emerald, 2003)
    In industrialised countries water service providers (WSPs) must provide an appropriate level of service with an acceptable performance at an acceptable cost to customers. In the UK a move towards sustainable development ...
  • What parents think: children and healthy eating 

    Kelly, James; Turner, Jason J.; McKenna, Kirsty (Emerald, 2006)
    Abstract: Purpose – Aims to investigate parental perspectives of the influence of the media, peers and parents on a child's perceptions of healthy food products. Design/methodology/approach – Quantitative analysis was ...