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From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas (2024)
Book Chapter
Herring, L. (2024). From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas. In L. Herring, & C. Parkinson (Eds.), Animal Activism On and Off Screen. Sydney University Press. https://doi.org/10.30722/sup.9781743329757

documentaries. This chapter explores what a fiction film can say about animal activism when read from a critical intersectional perspective. In 2012 Cloud Atlas was released to surprisingly little fanfare, garnering mixed reviews and underperforming... Read More about From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas.

The Post-Work Imagination (2024)
Book Chapter
Frayne, D. (2024). The Post-Work Imagination. In The Post-Work Imagination: Perspectives from Philosophy and the Social Sciences. Routledge

In his chapter ‘The Post-Work Imagination’, Frayne offers a possible reading of the term ‘post-work’ as a style of enquiry designed to puncture today’s job-centred societies, where all manner of economic, social and psychological functions are tied t... Read More about The Post-Work Imagination.

Women, Ageing & Wellbeing at Work: Exploring Vulnerabilities Across the Life Course (2024)
Book Chapter
Edge, C., & Lowe, H. (in press). Women, Ageing & Wellbeing at Work: Exploring Vulnerabilities Across the Life Course. In Women, Organizations and Vulnerabilities: Global Archetypes. Bristol: Routledge

This chapter explores the vulnerabilities women face in respect of gendered inequalities that are demonstrated to exist in society including the gender health gap, with evidence from the UK showing how women are disproportionately predisposed to cert... Read More about Women, Ageing & Wellbeing at Work: Exploring Vulnerabilities Across the Life Course.

Islamophobia as Intersectional Phenomenon (2024)
Book Chapter
Ansari, S. N., & Patel, T. G. (2024). Islamophobia as Intersectional Phenomenon. In A. Easat-Daas, & I. Zempi (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gendered Islamophobia (11-27). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-52022-8_2

The debate surrounding Muslim bodies and in particular Muslim women, continue to problematise dress typically associated with Islam, and in doing so question the agency of Muslim women. This chapter highlights how using an intersectional lens allows... Read More about Islamophobia as Intersectional Phenomenon.

Generative AI assisted Life-long Learning in Higher Education: A Case Study of Coding Learning for Business Students at Salford Business School (2024)
Book Chapter
Chen, Y., Han, K., & Doolan, M. A. (2024). Generative AI assisted Life-long Learning in Higher Education: A Case Study of Coding Learning for Business Students at Salford Business School. In Leading Global Excellence in Pedagogy: Augmenting Teaching Excellence: Embracing the future of Education with AI and Emerging Technologies

In today's evolving business landscape, professionals are required to possess a broad skill set, encompassing fundamental business knowledge and digital proficiencies. This heightened demand for diverse technical skills has raised the learning bar fo... Read More about Generative AI assisted Life-long Learning in Higher Education: A Case Study of Coding Learning for Business Students at Salford Business School.

Person-Centered Care in Breast Imaging (2024)
Book Chapter
Mercer, C. Person-Centered Care in Breast Imaging. In S. Chau, E. Hyde, K. Knapp, & C. Hayre (Eds.), Person-Centered Care in Radiology: International Perspectives on High-Quality Care. Routledge

This chapter seeks to open discussion about person centred approaches within breast services. It will focus on the uniqueness of the breast services practitioner who is involved in the care of the individual, often within their whole care journey. Th... Read More about Person-Centered Care in Breast Imaging.

Seismic Retrofit of Reinforced Concrete Structures Using Fibre Reinforced Polymer (2024)
Book Chapter
Ghosh, A., Ray, C., & Biswas, D. (2024). Seismic Retrofit of Reinforced Concrete Structures Using Fibre Reinforced Polymer. In RC Structures Strengthened with FRP for Earthquake Resistance (177-192). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-97-0102-5_7

Aging and deteriorating infrastructure, and more strict seismic design standards, call for the need of seismic retrofitting. Amongst various seismic retrofit strategies, use of fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) is both effective and advantageous over ma... Read More about Seismic Retrofit of Reinforced Concrete Structures Using Fibre Reinforced Polymer.

Biochar and heavy metals (2024)
Book Chapter
Beesley, L., Cerqueira Cancelo, B., Hardman, M., Lebrun, M., Mitchell, K., & Lukas Trakal, A. (2024). Biochar and heavy metals. In Biochar for Environmental Management: Science and Technology. Earthscan

Arts for the blues: a new creative psychological therapy for depression (2024)
Book Chapter
Parsons, A., Omylinska-Thurston, J., Karkou, V., Harlow, J., Haslam, S., Hobson, J., …Griffin, J. (2024). Arts for the blues: a new creative psychological therapy for depression. In Art that Tells the Truth. Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781032629650-10

Routinely prescribed psychological therapies for depression are not always effective. Arts therapies, particularly Dance Movement Psychotherapy, may offer additional therapeutic mechanisms for depression. Therefore, client-reported helpful factors fr... Read More about Arts for the blues: a new creative psychological therapy for depression.

Teaching About Homelessness – Embodied Learning, Recognising Prior Learning and Experience, and the Key Role of Empathy (2024)
Book Chapter
Irving, A., Harding, J., & Moss, O. (2024). Teaching About Homelessness – Embodied Learning, Recognising Prior Learning and Experience, and the Key Role of Empathy. In Developing and Implementing Teaching in Sensitive Subject and Topic Areas: A Comprehensive Guide for Professionals in FE and HE Settings (59-69). Emerald. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83753-126-420241006

The adoption of a research-informed approach to teaching about homelessness has allowed the authors to provide diverse groups of learners with a range of traditional and more embodied educative experiences, both inside and outside of the classroom. W... Read More about Teaching About Homelessness – Embodied Learning, Recognising Prior Learning and Experience, and the Key Role of Empathy.

Bat Responses to Anthropogenic Forest Fragmentation: Insights from an Amazonian Fragmentation Experiment in Brazil (2024)
Book Chapter
Rocha, R., López-Baucells, A., Farneda, F. Z., & Meyer, C. F. J. (2024). Bat Responses to Anthropogenic Forest Fragmentation: Insights from an Amazonian Fragmentation Experiment in Brazil. In W. R. Spironello, A. A. Barnett, J. W. Lynch, P. E. Bobrowiec, & S. A. Boyle (Eds.), Amazonian Mammals (365-387). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-43071-8_14

Forest loss and fragmentation are two of the most pressing threats to Amazonian biodiversity. This chapter examines the responses of bats, one of most species-rich Amazonian mammal groups, to anthropogenic forest fragmentation by providing an overvie... Read More about Bat Responses to Anthropogenic Forest Fragmentation: Insights from an Amazonian Fragmentation Experiment in Brazil.

Temporality and the meaning of social security money within households (2024)
Book Chapter
Summers, K., & Young, D. (2024). Temporality and the meaning of social security money within households. In F. Bennett, S. Avram, & S. Austen (Eds.), A Research Agenda for Financial Resources within the Household (241-254). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781802204001

The relationship between the temporal aspects of social security policy and intra-household dynamics is under-explored. Temporal aspects of policy, including benefit waiting periods and payment frequency, affect the money management within households... Read More about Temporality and the meaning of social security money within households.

International Public Health Communication Design (2024)
Book Chapter
Tsekleves, E., Fonseca Braga, M., & Moreno Rangel, A. (2024). International Public Health Communication Design. In Design and Covid-19. From Reaction to Resilience. Bloomsbury Publishing

The four-day working week (2024)
Book Chapter
Frayne, D., Kamerade, D., & Burchell, B. (in press). The four-day working week. In Elgar Encyclopedia of Occupational Health Psychology. Edward Elgar Publishing

The four-day working week is an organisational practice that involves reducing the standard full-time working week by the equivalent of one working day, usually with no reduction in pay. The policy has been tested across a number of national pilots,... Read More about The four-day working week.