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Alghufali, B. (2017) Mixed methods investigation of parents' and teachers' perspectives of socially acceptable and unacceptable behaviours at home and school of early childhood in Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Bailey, R., Dagkas, S. and Phillpots, L. (2010) The nature and function of sport pedagogy: review of published English language work 2008-2009. International Journal of Physical Education, 47 (1). pp. 10-24. ISSN 0341-8685.

Barnett, L. (2017) Pleasure, agency, space and place: an ethnography of youth drinking cultures in a South West London community. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Blackman, S. J. (2014) Doing ethnography with young people: from description to theory. In: SKY YUNET Youth Research Conference, 28th-29th October, 2014, University of Helsinki, Finland.

Body, A. and Breeze, B. (2015) Rising to the challenge: a study of philanthropic support for unpopular causes. Research Report.

Body, A., Hogg, E. and Holman, K. (2017) To bridge the gap? Voluntary action in primary schools. Voluntary Sector Review, 8 (3). pp. 251-271. ISSN 2040-8064.

Brighton, J. and Sparkes, A. (2014) (Dis)ability by design: Narratives of bodily perfectionism amongst wheelchair athletes. In: 4th International Conference on Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 1st-3rd September 2014, Loughborough University. (Unpublished)

Brighton, J. and Sparkes, A. (2014) (Dis)abled athletes as the “Ambassadors of transhumanism”. In: Normalcy 2014- Theorising Normalcy and the Mundane: More Questions of the Human, 8th-9th June 2014, University of Sheffield. (Unpublished)

Brighton, J. and Williams, T. (2018) Using interviews to explore experiences of disability in sport and physical activity. In: Medcalf, Richard and Mackintosh, Chris, eds. Researching Difference in Sport and Physical Activity. Routledge. ISBN 9781138289963 (In Press)

Bristow, J. (2016) Understanding Trump voters. spiked.

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Caless, B. and Owens, J. (2016) Police and Crime Commissioners: the transformation of Police accountability. First Edition ed. Bristol: Policy Press. ISBN 9781447320708.

Cant, S. (2017) Hysteresis, social congestion and debt: towards a sociology of mental health disorders in undergraduates. Social Theory & Health. pp. 1-15. ISSN 1477-8211.

Chadwick, T. (2017) To what extent has the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 achieved an appropriate balance between the competing interests of privacy and intrusion? M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Chatterjee, H., Camic, Paul M., Lockyer, B. and Thomson, L. (2017) Non-clinical community interventions: a systematised review of social prescribing schemes. Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. ISSN 1753-3015.

Chatziefstathiou, D. (2013) A contemporary Olympic discourse. Sport for development and international relations. In: 21st European Association of Sport Management (EASM) Congress, 11-15 Sep 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.

Chatziefstathiou, D. (2013) An evaluation of the impacts of mega sporting events on social capital. In: 2nd Global Interdisciplinary.Net Conference “Sport: Probing the Boundaries”, 01-03 Nov 2013, Athens, Greece.

Chatziefstathiou, D. (2014) An evaluation of the legacies of sporting mega events on social capital in Greece: Marie Curie actions: mid-term report. Research Report. European Commission. (Unpublished)

Chatziefstathiou, D. (2015) An evaluation of the legacies of sporting mega events on social capital in Greece: Marie Curie actions: periodic report. Research Report. European Commission. (Unpublished)

Chatziefstathiou, D. (2015) An evaluation of the legacies of sporting mega events on social capital in Greece: final report to the European Commission for the Intra-European Marie Curie Fellowship. Research Report. European Commission. (Unpublished)

Chatziefstathiou, D. (2014) The impact of sport on the development of social capital: a systematic literature review. In: 22nd European Association of Sport Management (EASM) Congress, 9-12 September 2014, Coventry, UK.

Chatziefstathiou, D. and Henry, I. (2015) Governmentality and the Olympic Movement. In: Zaimakis, Y. and Fournaraki, E., eds. [Κοινωνία και Αθλητισμός στην Ελλάδα. Κοινωνιολογικές και Ιστορικές Προσεγγίσεις [Society and Sport in Greece: Sociological and Historical Approaches]. Athens, Greece: Alexandreia. ISBN 9789602216316

Chatziefstathiou, D. and Henry, I. (2012) Olympism, sport for development and international relations: current challenges and stakes. In: International Pierre de Coubertin Symposium, 03-08 Mar 2012, Canterbury. (Unpublished)

Chatziefstathiou, D., Iliopoulou, E. and Magkou, M. (2018) UrbanDig Project: sport practices and artistic interventions for co-creating urban space. Sport in Society. ISSN 1743-0437.

Chatziefstathiou, D., Kaplanidou, K. and Papadimitriou, D. (2015) Social capital and sports participation in Greece. The case study of the runners at the Authentic Marathon. In: 23rd International Congress on Physical Education and Sport, 15-17 May 2015, Komotini, Greece.

Chatziefstathiou, D. and Müller, N., eds. (2014) Olympism, olympic education and learning legacies. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 9781443854030.

Consorte-McCrea, A., Bainbridge, A., Fernandez, A., Nigbur, D., McDonnell, S., Morin, A. and Grente, O. (2017) Understanding attitudes towards native wildlife and biodiversity in the UK: the role of zoos. In: Leal Filho, W., ed. Sustainable Development Research at Universities in the United Kingdom. Springer. pp. 295-311 ISBN 9783319478821

Coren, E., Thomae, M., Hutchfield, J. and Iredale, W. (2013) Report on the implementation and results of an outcomes focused evaluation of child sexual abuse interventions in the UK. Child Abuse Review, 22. pp. 44-59. ISSN 0952-9136.

Curry, W., Dagkas, S., Creary, N. and Wilson, M. (2016) Perception of Discrimination Among Asian European Footballers in London (aged 11-18). In: Unknown, June 1-4 2016, American College of Sport Medicine.

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Dagkas, S and Burrows, L (2016) Families and young people, critical perspectives: an introduction. In: Dagkas, S. and Burrows, L., eds. Families, Young People, Physical Activity and Health: Critical Perspectives. Routledge. ISBN 9781138838185

Dagkas, S. (2013) Advanced pedagogies and physical culture: inclusive practices in physical education and youth sport. In: International Association of Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women, 8-11th April 2013, Havana, Cuba. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2011) Advanced pedagogies for inclusive practice in physical activity. In: AIESEP, June 2011, Limerick, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2010) Advanced pedagogies for inclusive practice in physical education and youth sport. In: AIESEP World Congress, May 2010, La Caruna, Spain. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2001) Attitudes of Muslim students and PE teachers towards physical education and extra-curricular activities. Report. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2013) Barriers to learning in physical education and sport: does social class still matter? In: Armour, K., ed. Sport Pedagogy: An Introduction for Teaching and Coaching. London: Routledge. p. 178 ISBN 9780273732587

Dagkas, S. (2008) Contemporary predicaments on gender and sexuality issues. Title of keynote: body, identity and culture; adolescents' discourses on physical activity participation. In: Invited Symposium, Contemporary Predicaments on Gender and Sexuality Issues., May 2008, University of Thessaly, Greece. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2002) Cultural factors influencing adolescent participation in PE and extra-curricular activities. In: 5th International Conference of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS), May 2002, Athens, Greece. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2008) Exploring adolescents' discourses on participation in physical activity and leisure settings. In: AIESEP World Congress, 21-24 January 2008, Sapporo, Japan. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2015) Female coaches: A qualitative analysis of determinants. Report. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2010) How does PE teachers' knowledge base relate to their practice with regard teaching culturally diverse classes? In: International conference of the European College of Sport Science, 2010, Jyvaskyla, Finland. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2010) Invited symposium - inclusion and exclusion through youth sport. In: Invited Symposium American Educational Research Association, April 2010, Denver, Colorado, USA. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2018) "Is social inclusion through PE, sport and PA still a rhetoric?" evaluating the relationship between physical education, sport and social inclusion. Educational Review, 70. pp. 67-74. ISSN 0013-1911.

Dagkas, S. (2011) Locating the place and meaning of physical activity in the lives of young people from lone parent families: developing a taste for necessity. In: AIESEP, June 2011, Limerick, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2016) 'Pedagogised families' health and physical culture; intersectionality of race and social class. In: Dagkas, S. and Burrows, L., eds. Families, Young People, Physical Activity and Health: Critical Perspectives. Routledge. ISBN 9781138838185

Dagkas, S. (2015) Physical culture and racialised bodies of Muslim young people. In: Unknown- invited lecture, November 2015, Columbia University. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2015) Putting physical culture studies to work in school PE: a needed pedagogical dialogue. In: Instruction and Curriculum in Physical Education ans Sport Special Interest Group, April 2015, Chicago. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2015) Racialised bodies and physical culture: lessons learnt. In: Guest Lecture, April 2015, Northern Illinois University. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2016) Social inclusion implications and practice in formal and informal pedagogical settings. In: Consensus Conference- Children, Youth and Physical Activity, 5-7th April 2016, Copenhagen. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2006) Socioeconomic background and participation in physical activity: a case study. In: AIESEP World Congress, 5-8 July 2006, Jyvaskyla, Finland. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2016) 'Sport for all': sport, physical culture and disadvantaged young people. In: Global Forum fpr Physical Education Pegagogy, May 2016, Ankara, Turkey. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2015) Superdiversity health and wellbeing: ethnic minority families understanding of physical activity for health. In: Unknown, April 2015, American Educational Research Association. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2010) Symposium 'exclusion through youth sport: bold propositions'. In: Symposium 'Exclusion Through Youth Sport: Bold Propositions', November 2010, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2014) Symposium: physical culture, racialization and the body (chair). In: Symposium: Physical Culture, Racialization and the Body, 10-14 February 2014, Auckland, New Zealand. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2016) Whiteness, race logic and the hidden curriculum. In: Unknown- Invited lecture, January 2016, Canterbury Christchurch University. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2014) Who has health problems? class, racialization and health. In: Fitzpatrick, K. and Tinning, R., eds. Health Education: Critical Perspectives. New York: Routledge. pp. 75-77 ISBN 9781135072148

Dagkas, S. (2015) A process evaluation of a school based activity for health intervention in East London. In: European Educational Research Association, Special Interest Group, September 2015, Budapest. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. (2015) A school based intervention to increase physical activity and sport through PE: the NECaSP project. In: International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education, July 2015, Madrid. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Babakus-Curry, W. and Pearce, G. (2014) Migrant and ethnic minority families' notions of health and wellbeing in superdiverse communities and global neighbourhoods. In: AIESEP World Congress, 10-14 February 2014, Auckland, New Zealand. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Benn, T. (2004) Challenging barriers: meeting the needs of Muslim women in teacher education: a case study. In: European Conference on Educational Research, 22-25 September 2004, Crete. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Benn, T. (2010) Identity, diaspora and religion: international case studies. In: Invited Symposium: Gender and Pedagogy, June 2010, European College of Sport Science, Antalya, Turkey. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Benn, T. (2010) Improving Muslim girls' participation in PE and school sport: reporting from the BASS project. In: American Eductional Research Association Annual Congress, 2010, Denver, Colorado, USA. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Benn, T. (2004) PE teachers' perceptions of Muslim pupils' participation in physical education and extra-curricular activities. In: 12th International Congress of Physical Education and Sports, 2004, Komotini, Greece. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Benn, T. (2003) Perceptions of Muslim females towards physical education and extra-curricular activities. In: 11th International Congress of Physical Education and Sports, May 2003, Komotini, Greece. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Benn, T. (2010) The embodiment of religious culture and exclusionary practices in youth sport. In: Dagkas, S. and Armour, K., eds. Inclusion and Exclusion through Youth Sport. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415578035

Dagkas, S., Benn, T. and Jawad, H. (2011) Advancing the inclusion of Muslim women in sport. Report. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Benn, T., Jawad, H., Miles, H., Whitworth, R., Rashid, N., Whitehouse, S. and Begum, F. (2008) Improving participation of Muslim girls in physical education and school sport: shared practical guidance from Birmingham schools 2008. Report.

Dagkas, S., Benn, T. and Knez, K. (2014) Religion, culture and sport in the lives of young Muslim females: global perspectives. In: Hargreaves, J. and Anderson, E., eds. Routledge Handbook of Sport, Gender & Sexuality. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415522533

Dagkas, S., Curry, W. and Wilson, M. (2014) Evaluation of a school-based intervention to promote physical activity and sport among young people aged 11-13 in East London. Journal of Sports Sciences, 4. pp. 181-188. ISSN 0264-0414.

Dagkas, S., Curry, W. and Wilson, M. (2016) Levels and patterns of physical activity and sedentary time among superdiverse adolescents in East London: a cross-sectional study. Ethnicity and Health. pp. 242-256. ISSN 1355-7858.

Dagkas, S., Curry, W. and Wilson, M. (2014) Newham Every Child a Sport Person: A Process Evaluation Report. Report. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Curry, W. and Wilson, W. (2015) A process evaluation of Newham's every child a sportsperson programme. In: The International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 2015, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Fitzpatrick, K. (2015) Physical Culture, Pedagogy, Racialisation and the Body. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. ISSN 1740-8989.

Dagkas, S., Jawad, H. and Benn, T. (2010) Facilitating Inclusion of Muslim children in sport and physical activity. In: Dagkas, S. and Armour, K., eds. Inclusion and Exclusion through Youth Sport. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415578035

Dagkas, S., Koushkie, S. and Talbot, M. (2011) Reaffirming the values of physical education, physical activity and sport in the lives of young Muslim women. In: Benn, T., Pfister, G. and Jawad, H., eds. Muslim Women and Sport. London: Routledge. pp. 13-24 ISBN 9780415490764

Dagkas, S. and Quarmby, T. (2015) Bourdieu, young people and physical activity: from theory to practice. In: Hunter, L., Emerald, E. and Smith, W., eds. Pierre Bourdieu and Physical Culture. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415829694

Dagkas, S. and Quarmby, T. (2010) (De)constructing the 'pedagogised family': investigating the intersection of family and social class on young peoples' embodiment towards physical activity and health. In: Australian Association for Research in Education, November 2010, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Quarmby, T. (2012) Formal and informal body pedagogies: exploring the fields of school and family as spaces for (re)production of physical culture. Australian Educational Researcher. ISSN 0311-6999.

Dagkas, S. and Quarmby, T. (2012) Young people's agency and practice: exploring the role of the family. In: European Centre for Educational Research, September 2012, Cadiz. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Quarmby, T. and Bridge, M. (2008) Family structure and children's participation in physical activity. In: AIESEP World Conference, 21-24 January 2008, Sapporo, Japan. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Shelton, S. (2005) Factors affecting adolescents' participation in physical activity: an example of two secondary schools in the UK. In: 12th ISSP (International Congress of Sport Psychology), August 2005, Sydney, Australia. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Stathi, A. (2007) Family environment as a determinant of adolescents' participation in physical activity and leisure settings. In: Annual World Conference, American College of Sport Medicine, May 2007, New Orleans, USA. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S. and Stathi, A. (2007) Follow up evaluation on the schools on the move project on behalf of Youth Sport Trust, Department of Educational Skills & Department of Health report. Report. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Stathi, A., Nordin, S. and Riddoch, C. (2007) Evaluation of the 'schools on the move' project: interpretative accounts on procedures, practices and success. In: Invited Symposium 'Translating Evidence to Practice: Real World Evaluation of Walking Programmes Based in the Community, June 2007, 12th European Congress of Sport Psychology, Halkidiki, Greece. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Stathi, A. and Quarmby, T. (2008) Psychosocial and environmental determinants to adolescents' participation in physical activity settings. In: BERA Conference 2008, 3-6 September 2008, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Stathi, A. and Riddoch, C. (2008) A qualitative follow-up evaluation of a pedometer based intervention for 9-13 year old children: the schools on the move project. In: International Society of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Meeting, 21-24 May 2008, Banff, Canada. (Unpublished)

Dagkas, S., Stathi, S., Nordin, S. and Riddoch, C. (2007) A pedometer-based Intervention for 9-13 Year old children: 'the schools on the move' project. In: Annual World Congress American College of Sport Medicine, May 2007, New Orleans. (Unpublished)

Day, J. (2017) Physical activity, families and households. In: Piggin, J., Mansfield, L. and Weed, M. E., eds. The Routledge Handbook of Physical Activity Policy and Practice. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138943087

Day, J. (2016) The social becoming of family memberships and physical activity careers. In: 5th International Conference for Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 30th August-2nd September, 2016, University of Chichester.

De Vivo, M. and Mills, H. (2017) New teaching resource for promoting physical activity in pregnancy. Canterbury Christ Church University.

De Vivo, M. and Mills, H. (2017) A mixed methods approach to advance the understanding of physical activity behaviour during pregnancy. Journal of Sports Sciences, 35 (S1). pp. 22-23. ISSN 0264-0414.

Dicker, M. (2016) The impact of agricultural change and farming practices on farmland trees and hedgerows as a landscape and ecological resource, with specific focus on Kent. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Dragouni, M., Filis, G., Gavriilidis, K. and Santamaria, D. (2016) Sentiment, mood and outbound tourism demand. Annals of Tourism Research, 60. pp. 80-96. ISSN 0160-7383.

Dzankic, J. and Keil, S. (2017) State-sponsored populism and the rise of populist governance: the case of Montenegro. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. ISSN 1944-8953.

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Foad, A., Fullick, S. and Secker, M. (2016) Active Kids Paralympic Challenge. Research Report. The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR), Canterbury Christ Church Universirty: The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR).

Foad, A., Fullick, S., Secker, M., Burns, J. and Weed, M. E. (2017) Project ability. Project Report. The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR), Canterbury Christ Church Universirty: The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR).

Foad, A., Fullick, S., Secker, M. and Weed, M. E. (2016) YA peer leader programme. Project Report. The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR), Canterbury Christ Church Universirty: The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR).

Foley, J. and Massey, K. (2018) Police officers and post traumatic stress disorder: discussing the deficit in research, identification and prevention in England and Wales. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles.

Fonchingong Che, C. (2017) Shoring up local development initiatives: elderly elite and conscientised empowerment in Cameroon. International Development Planning Review, 39 (2). pp. 123-142. ISSN 1478-3401.

Franz, A., Worrell, M. and Vögele, C. (2017) Inferring national trends in discourse research using Q methodology. In: 33rd Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Subjectivity, 7-9 September 2017, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Fullick, S., Foad, A., Secker, M. and Weed, M. E. (2016) Embedding and sustaining Change4Life Sports Clubs: regional case studies – part three. Project Report. The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR), Canterbury Christ Church Universirty: The Centre of Sport, Physical Education, and Activity Research (SPEAR).

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Gardner, B., Cane, J., Rumsey, N. and Michie, S. (2012) Behaviour change among overweight and socially disadvantaged adults: a longitudinal study of the NHS Health Trainer Service. Psychology and Health, 27 (10). pp. 1178-1193. ISSN 0887-0446.

Graca, S. (2017) Domestic incident or everyone's business? CCCU Expert Comment: Canterbury Christ Church University.

Graca, S. (2017) Plans for a new law on domestic violence - a vacuous effort? CCCU Expert Comment: Canterbury Christ Church University.

Graca, S. (2017) Russia changes the law on domestic violence – why should it concern the UK? Socio-Legal Studies Association.

Graca, S., Bryant, R., Lawton-Barrett, K., Gilbert, P., Hooper, G., Jones, N., Blackburn, B., McCormack, T., Mitchell, S., Nunn, J., O'Neill, M. and Owens, J. (2017) Blackstone's handbook for policing students 2018. 12th ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198806141.

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Hallenberg, K. (2012) Scholarly detectives: Police professionalisation via academic education. Ph.D. thesis, The University of Manchester.

Hallenberg, K. and Cockcroft, T. (2014) Police and higher education. Research Report. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University.

Hardes, J. (2009) Human rights in sport. In: North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Ottawa, ON.

Hardes, J. (2016) Law, immunization and the right to die. London: Routledge. ISBN 9781138943209.

Hatzidimitriadou, E. (2003) Gaining access to and working with self-help groups in mental health. In: Cochrane, S., ed. Where You Stand Affects Your Point of View: Emancipatory Approaches to Mental Health Research: Notes from SPN Study Day 12 June 2003. SPN Papers (4). UK: Social Perspectives Network. pp. 55-61

Hayhoe, S. (2015) Christianity, John M. Hull and notions of ability, disability and education. International Journal of Christianity and Education, 19 (3). pp. 171-180. ISSN 2056-9971.

Hayhoe, S. (2015) Philosophy as disability & exclusion: the development of theories on blindness, touch and the arts in England, 1688-2010. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing. ISBN 9781681232348.

Hayhoe, S. (2014) Towards a greater dialogue on disability between Muslims and Christians. Journal of Disability and Religion, 18 (3). pp. 242-263. ISSN 2331-2521.

Hayhoe, S. (2015) Utilising mobile technologies for students with disabilities. In: Jones-Parry, R., ed. Commonwealth Education Partnerships 2015/16. Commonwealth Education Partnerships. Commonwealth Secretariat & Nexus Strategic Partnerships. ISBN 9781908609182

Hayhoe, S. (2014) An enquiry into passive and active exclusion from sensory aesthetics in museums and on the Web: two case studies of final year students at California School for the Blind studying art works through galleries and on the web. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 32 (1). pp. 44-58. ISSN 0264-6196.

Hayhoe, S. (2015) A pedagogical evaluation of accessible settings in Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS mobile operating systems and native apps using the SAMR model of educational technology and an educational model of technical capital. In: Gómez Chova, L., López Martínez, A. and Candel Torres, I., eds. INTED 2015 Proceedings. IATED Academy. pp. 2220-2228 ISBN 9788460657637

Hayhoe, S., Roger, K., Eldritch-Boersen, S. and Kelland, L. (2015) Developing inclusive technical capital beyond the Disabled Students’ Allowance in England. Social Inclusion, 3 (6). pp. 29-41. ISSN 2183-2803.

Heaton, R., Bryant, R. and Tong, S. (2018) Operational risk, omissions and liability in policing. The Police Journal. ISSN 0032-258X.

Hollands, M.J. (2017) Procedural justice at the custody desk: exploring interpreter need identification. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Holttum, S. (2015) Do clinicians and clinical researchers do enough to foster social inclusion? Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 19 (1). pp. 5-11. ISSN 2042-8308.

Holttum, S. (2015) School inclusion for children with mental health difficulties. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 19 (4). pp. 161-168. ISSN 2042-8308.

Honess, R. (2016) The mandatory delivery of ongoing training within the Police Service of England and Wales and its relationship to the andragogical principle of self-motivation. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Horvath, M. and Massey, K. (2018) The impact of witnessing other people's trauma: the resilience and coping strategies of members of the faculty of forensic and legal medicine. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. ISSN 1752-928X.

Humphries, A. F. (2017) D.H. Lawrence, transport and cultural transition: 'A great sense of journeying.'. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 9783319508105.

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Jackson, C. (2017) Reflections on the SCQIRE project: an evaluation in progress. In: University Research Evaluation Methods workshop, 21st March, 2017, Canterbury Christ Church University. (Unpublished)

Jackson, C., Leary, A., Manley, K., Wright, T. and Martin, A. (2015) The Cassandra Project- building a sustainable workload activity model for future community and district nursing workforce capacity planning. In: 16th Healthcare Interdisciplinary Research Conference (HIRC2015), 4-5 November, Trinity College Dublin.

Jackson, S. and Fearon, C. (2016) A conceptual framework for managing expectations in green IS implementation. In: The 22nd ICE/IEEE International Technology Management Conference, 13th-15th June, 2016, Trondheim, Norway. (Unpublished)

Jordan, C. (2017) Big data analytics: balancing individuals’ privacy rights and business interests. M.Sc. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Keil, S., Bates, D. and Ogilvie, M. (2015) Social protest, political change and democratisation in Ukraine. In: Price, S. and Sanz Sabido, R., eds. Contemporary Protest and the Legacy of Dissent. London: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 9781783481750

Kent, R. (2017) ‘Helping’ or ‘appropriating’? Gender relations in shea nut production in northern Ghana. Society and Natural Resources. ISSN 0894-1920.

Kim, A. (2017) Reading economic magazines: hidden codes and financial crisis representation in Korea. In: BAM2017 Conference, 5-7th September 2017, University of Warwick. (Unpublished)

Kotiadis, K. and Tako, A. (2017) Facilitated post-model coding in discrete event simulation (DES): a case study in healthcare. European Journal of Operational Research. ISSN 0377-2217.

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Ledwidge, M. and Parmar, I. Clash of pans: Chatham House, CFR, Pan-Anglo-Saxonism, Pan- Africanism, race and power after 1919. International Politics. ISSN 1384-5748. (In Press)

Ledwidge, M. and Parmar, I. (2017) Conceptualising and historicising the US foreign policy establishment in a racialised class structure. International Politics. ISSN 1384-5748.

Ledwidge, M. and Parmar, I. (2017) 'A foundation-hatched black elite’: Obama, the US establishment and foreign policy. International Politics. ISSN 1384-5748.

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Manley, K., Jackson, C., Martin, A. and Wright, T. (2018) Using participatory, practice development, Delphi and realist research approaches to understand how frontline teams can use the workplace to make sustainable improvements in the quality of their practice. In: RCN international Nursing Research Conference 2018, 16-18 April 2018, Brimingham University.

Meades, A. (2017) Arcade tales - a social history of the British arcade. In: BACTA AGM 2017, November 2017, Westminster.

Meades, A. (2016) Arcade tales 2 - it survived the 80s and we have spare parts. Canterbury Christ Church University.

Meades, A. (2017) Arcade tales 4 - arcades, histories, photographs. In: UNSPECIFIED. [Artefact]

Meades, A. (2015) Boosting, glitching and modding Call of Duty: assertive dark play manifestations, communities, pleasures and organic resilience. In: Mortensen, T., Linderoth, J. and Brown, Ashley, eds. The Dark Side of Game Play: Controversial Issues in Playful Environments. Routledge Advances in Game Studies. New York: Routledge. pp. 242-262 ISBN 9781138827288

Meades, A. (2015) Understanding counterplay in video games. Routledge Advances in Game Studies. New York: Routledge. ISBN 9781138804920.

Melville-Wiseman, J. (2017) Spirituality and sexuality: exploring tensions in everyday relationship-based practice. In: Crisp, B., ed. Routledge Handbook of Religion, Spirituality and Social Work. Routledge. ISBN 9781138931220

Merchant, P. (2001) Review of Roxann Wheeler, 'The complexion of race: categories of difference in eighteenth-century British culture'. The Scriblerian and the Kit-Kats, 34 (1-2). pp. 99-101. ISSN 0190731X.

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