Over the years, we’ve conducted a number of studies that were designed to learn about families’ experiences and perceptions. While we’ve learned a lot, and applied some of this learning to how we provide care to children and families enrolled in pediatric weight management, it’s fair to say we could have done more to engage families in our research. 207 more words
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In my beautiful beautiful world of academia, I am beginning to work out how to make tech work in my favour.
I was introduced to Zotero the other day by a good US friend from way back; today, I had the ins and outs of Endnote X7 explained to me by an LJMU library staff member called Rob: his overview was class, really class; and I have provided him with the relevant feedback too. 164 more words
Taken from a brilliant David Redmon (2016) piece: “Documentary criminology: Girl Model as a case study”. Crime Media Culture, pp.3-20 (DOI: http://doi.org/10.1177/1741659016653994):
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“I am interested in the process by which ethnography can be coaxed away from the controlled contours of academic domestication […].
In a series of classic science fiction stories, Isaac Asimov imagined a scientific discipline called “psychohistory”: a way to predict the future of an interstellar empire. 739 more words
ESRC Seminar: Climate Justice and Economic Growth
Venue: E2 Renold Building, University of Manchester
30-31 January, 2017
It’s free, but you gotta register – you do that… 433 more words
He was foolish as foolish can be when he visited Ireland that summer.
He thought he sought exculpation – and then, for a while, real love; instead, the process was quite another: in the event, and in retrospect, and in re it all, it was excommunication in the most brutal terms that was being applied to his being. 427 more words