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Teaching Media Forensics (2022)
Journal Article
Smith, P. B., & Burchell, K. (2022). Teaching Media Forensics. #Journal not on list, 61(9),

Post-Pandemic Study Spaces: Post Occupancy Evaluation of BREEAM Excellence Rated University Building (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Duran, O., & Zhao, J. (2022). Post-Pandemic Study Spaces: Post Occupancy Evaluation of BREEAM Excellence Rated University Building.

This paper presents preliminary findings from a Post Occupancy Evaluation research of a BREEAM excellence-rated university building, to understand the experience of the students using university study spaces under a post-pandemic teaching and learnin... Read More about Post-Pandemic Study Spaces: Post Occupancy Evaluation of BREEAM Excellence Rated University Building.

Embedding Socially Engaged Pedagogies for The Future of Art and Design Practice (2022)
Journal Article
Wewiora, E., & Colclough, N. (2022). Embedding Socially Engaged Pedagogies for The Future of Art and Design Practice

This paper describes the shifting approaches to student and teaching experience on the MA Art and Design programmes at the University of Salford, (North West of England), in the wake of the global covid19 pandemic. The paper offers a series of case s... Read More about Embedding Socially Engaged Pedagogies for The Future of Art and Design Practice.

Gut microbiota individuality is contingent on temporal scale and age in wild meerkats (2022)
Journal Article
Risely, A., Schmid, D. W., Müller-Klein, N., Wilhelm, K., Clutton-Brock, T. H., Manser, M. B., & Sommer, S. (2022). Gut microbiota individuality is contingent on temporal scale and age in wild meerkats. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 289(1981), https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2022.0609

Inter-individual differences in gut microbiota composition are hypothesized to generate variation in host fitness—a premise for the evolution of host–gut microbe symbioses. However, recent evidence suggests that gut microbial communities are highly d... Read More about Gut microbiota individuality is contingent on temporal scale and age in wild meerkats.

Characterizing tuberculosis progression in wild meerkats (Suricata suricatta) from fecal samples and clinical signs (2022)
Journal Article
Donadio, J., Risely, A., Müller-Klein, N., Wilhelm, K., Clutton-Brock, T., Manser, M. B., & Sommer, S. (2022). Characterizing tuberculosis progression in wild meerkats (Suricata suricatta) from fecal samples and clinical signs. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 58(2), 309-321. https://doi.org/10.7589/JWD-D-21-00063

Tuberculosis (TB) is an increasing threat to wildlife, yet tracking its spread is challenging because infections often appear to be asymptomatic, and diagnostic tools such as blood tests can be invasive and resource intensive. Our understanding of TB... Read More about Characterizing tuberculosis progression in wild meerkats (Suricata suricatta) from fecal samples and clinical signs.

The feasibility and utility of the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol (TRAP-18) : a review and recommendations (2022)
Journal Article
Allely, C., & Wicks, S. (2022). The feasibility and utility of the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol (TRAP-18) : a review and recommendations. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, 9(4), 218-259

The ability to accurately predict the risk of an individual committing an act of targeted violence is likely to be impossible given the low base rate of these acts (Goodwill & Meloy, 2019). Nevertheless, prevention is possible if there is a focus on... Read More about The feasibility and utility of the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol (TRAP-18) : a review and recommendations.

Systematic review of the evidence to support expert practice in the education and care of children and young people with special educational needs and disability in the UK (2022)
Journal Article
Clarry, L., Wood, A., & Long, T. (in press). Systematic review of the evidence to support expert practice in the education and care of children and young people with special educational needs and disability in the UK. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, https://doi.org/10.1111/1471-3802.12589

Scopus, Ebsco, ERIC, and British Education Index were interrogated in a systematic review of primary research since 2014 addressing expert practice and outcomes in education and care for young people with special educational needs and disability in t... Read More about Systematic review of the evidence to support expert practice in the education and care of children and young people with special educational needs and disability in the UK.

Higher Rates of Bullying Reported by ‘White’ Males: Gender and Ethno-Racial Intersections and Bullying in the Workplace (2022)
Journal Article
Patel, T. G., Kamerade, D., & Carr, L. (2022). Higher Rates of Bullying Reported by ‘White’ Males: Gender and Ethno-Racial Intersections and Bullying in the Workplace. Work, Employment and Society, 38(2), 442-460. https://doi.org/10.1177/09500170221134397

Existing workplace bullying literature suggests that ethno-racial minorities and women are more likely to be bullied in relation to their ethnicity, race or gender. However, very few studies apply an intersectional framework of analysis to consider,... Read More about Higher Rates of Bullying Reported by ‘White’ Males: Gender and Ethno-Racial Intersections and Bullying in the Workplace.

Outcomes and care priorities for older people living with frailty and advanced chronic kidney disease: a multi-professional scoping review (2022)
Journal Article
Hurst, H., Young, H., Nixon, A., Brettle, A., & Ormandy, P. (2022). Outcomes and care priorities for older people living with frailty and advanced chronic kidney disease: a multi-professional scoping review. Age and ageing, 51(12), https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afac296

Background The growing older population with advanced chronic kidney disease (ACKD stages 4-5) poses a challenge for healthcare worldwide. The high prevalence of frailty and associated adverse health outcomes highlights concerns for management and... Read More about Outcomes and care priorities for older people living with frailty and advanced chronic kidney disease: a multi-professional scoping review.

Strength and Conditioning for Cricket Fielding: A Narrative Review (2022)
Journal Article
Lim, J., Wong, S., McErlain-Naylor, S. A., Scanlan, A., Goggins, L., Ahmun, R., …Weldon, A. (in press). Strength and Conditioning for Cricket Fielding: A Narrative Review. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 45(5), 509-524. https://doi.org/10.1519/ssc.0000000000000758

The main aim of cricket fielding is to minimize runs scored by the opposing batting team. This is achieved through (a) collecting a batted ball and returning it to the wicket-keeper to prevent runs from being scored, (b) dismissing a batter by catchi... Read More about Strength and Conditioning for Cricket Fielding: A Narrative Review.

Derivation of the Field Due to a Magnetic Dipole Without Use of the Vector Potential (2022)
Journal Article
Proctor, J. E., & Gould, H. T. (2023). Derivation of the Field Due to a Magnetic Dipole Without Use of the Vector Potential. Physics Teacher, 61(1), 40-42. https://doi.org/10.1119/5.0077127

The mathematical form of the magnetic field due to a current loop, and the fact that it is identical to the electric field due to an electric dipole in the far field, are fundamental to our understanding of electromagnetism. While undergraduate level... Read More about Derivation of the Field Due to a Magnetic Dipole Without Use of the Vector Potential.

Does students’ satisfaction matter to faculty job satisfaction in higher education? (2022)
Journal Article
Nassar, M., Heinze, A., Jasimuddin, S., & Procter, C. (2022). Does students’ satisfaction matter to faculty job satisfaction in higher education?. Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1080/08841241.2022.2149665

Drawing on the marketing aspects of customer satisfaction, this paper provides insights into the relationship between students’ and lecturers’ satisfaction in a higher education institution. The study critically adopts the logic of relationship marke... Read More about Does students’ satisfaction matter to faculty job satisfaction in higher education?.

As transgender employees become more common, here’s how workplaces can welcome diversity (2022)
Journal Article
Lord, J., & Baset, S. (2022). As transgender employees become more common, here’s how workplaces can welcome diversity

The process for applying for a gender recognition certificate in the UK has become easier and cheaper due to government changes in recent years. There has been a slow increase in the number of people applying as a result. It is also likely to... Read More about As transgender employees become more common, here’s how workplaces can welcome diversity.

Management and visualisation: seeing beyond the strategic (2022)
Book
Fletcher, G. (2022). Management and visualisation: seeing beyond the strategic. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003304166

As organisations of all sizes become increasingly digitalised, a core management challenge remains unresolved. The ability to successfully and sustainably connect the stated vision of an organisation with its strategic plans and, in turn, with the re... Read More about Management and visualisation: seeing beyond the strategic.

COVID-19 prevention behaviour is differentially motivated by primary psychopathy, grandiose narcissism and vulnerable Dark Triad traits (2022)
Journal Article
Blanchard, A., Keenan, G., Heym, N., & Sumich, A. (2022). COVID-19 prevention behaviour is differentially motivated by primary psychopathy, grandiose narcissism and vulnerable Dark Triad traits. Personality and Individual Differences, 112060,

Dark Triad traits (psychopathy, narcissism) are associated with nonadherence to COVID-19 prevention measures such as social distancing and wearing face masks, although the psychological mechanisms underpinning this relationship remain unclear. In con... Read More about COVID-19 prevention behaviour is differentially motivated by primary psychopathy, grandiose narcissism and vulnerable Dark Triad traits.

Living with chronic infection: persistent immunomodulation during avirulent haemoparasitic infection in a wild rodent (2022)
Journal Article
Taylor, C., Friberg, I., Jackson, J., Arriero, E., Begon, M., Wanelik, K., …Bradley, J. (2022). Living with chronic infection: persistent immunomodulation during avirulent haemoparasitic infection in a wild rodent. Molecular Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.16819

Apicomplexans are a protozoan phylum of obligate parasites which may be highly virulent during acute infections, but may also persist as chronic infections which appear to have little fitness cost. Babesia microti is an apicomplexan haemoparasite tha... Read More about Living with chronic infection: persistent immunomodulation during avirulent haemoparasitic infection in a wild rodent.

Recycling of fines from waste concrete: development of lightweight masonry blocks and assessment of their environmental benefits (2022)
Journal Article
Nežerka, V., Prošek, Z., Trejbal, J., Pešta, J., Ferriz-Papi, J., & Tesárek, P. (2022). Recycling of fines from waste concrete: development of lightweight masonry blocks and assessment of their environmental benefits. Journal of Cleaner Production, 385, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2022.135711

A significant body of research has been carried out to find suitable waste materials or industrial by-products that could replace portland cement and reduce the environmental footprint of the concrete industry. Many studies focus on technical aspects... Read More about Recycling of fines from waste concrete: development of lightweight masonry blocks and assessment of their environmental benefits.