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Adams, Dawda and Ullah, Subhan and Adams, Kweku and Akhtar, Pervaiz (2018) The role of country-level institutional factors in escaping the natural resource curse: insights from Ghana. Resources Policy: the International Journal of Minerals Policy and Economics.

Adams, Kweku and Debrah, Yaw A. and Williams, Karen and Mmieh, Frederick (2014) Causes of Financial FDI Inflows into Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA): Evidence from Ghana. Thunderbird International Business Review, 56 (5). pp. 439-459.

Adams, Kweku and Debrah, Yaw A. and Williams, Karen and Mmieh, Frederick (2015) Why on Earth Should Foreign Banks Invest in Africa's Financial Services Sector? Evidence from Financial Multinationals in Ghana. Thunderbird International Business Review, 57 (6). pp. 445-462.

Adams, Kweku and Nyuur, Richard and Chima, Mordi and Debrah, Yaw (2018) Offshore/nearshore outsourcing as a strategic competitive posturing: insights from Ghana. In: BAM2018 Conference Driving Productivity in Uncertain and Challenging Times, Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK., 4th - 6th September 2018. (In Press)

Adams, Kweku and Nyuur, Richard B. and Ellis, Florence Y.A. and Debrah, Yaw A. (2017) South African MNCs' HRM Systems and Practices at the Subsidiary Level: Insights From Subsidiaries in Ghana. Journal of International Management, 23 (2). pp. 180-193.

Anderson, Emma and Gibson, Stephen (2017) “Hammered down on every side” versus “just being positive”: A critical discursive approach to health inequality. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. pp. 1-12.

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Britten, David (2015) Felt sense and figurative space: Clients' metaphors for their experiences of coaching. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring. pp. 14-29.

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Chan, M (2015) Environmentalism in Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind and Princess Mononoke’. In: Pallant, Chris, (ed.) Animated Landscapea. 1 ed. New York, Bloomsbury, pp. 93-108

Chan, Melanie (2010) Beings in Japanese Cyberpunk Anime. Film and Film Culture, 5. pp. 28-51.

Chan, Melanie (2010) Twenty-First Century Gothic Representations of Post-Human Existence in Ghost in the Shell, Appleseed Ex-Machina and Vexille’. In: Cherry, D. and Howell, P. and Ruddell, C., (eds.) 21st Century Gothic. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 85-98

Chan, Melanie (2015) Virtual Reality: Representations in Contemporary Media. New York, Bloomsbury

Chan, Melanie (2008) Virtually Real and Really Virtual: Baudrillard’s Procession of Simulacrum and The Matrix. International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, 5 (2).

Chawansky, Megan and Holmes, Matthew (2015) Sport, social development and peace. Sport in Society, 18 (6). pp. 752-756.

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Duché, Elodie (2017) War captivity as a contact zone: The case of British prisoners of war on parole in Napoleonic France. Historical Research. (In Press)

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Garlick, Ben (2015) Not all dogs go to heaven, some go to Battersea: sharing suffering and the ‘Brown Dog affair’. Social & Cultural Geography, 16 (7). pp. 798-820.

Garvey, Robert (2013) Coaching people through life transitions. In: Passmore, Jonathan, (ed.) Diversity in Coaching: Working with Gender, Culture, Race and Age. 2nd ed. London, Kogan Page, pp. 217-232

Garvey, Robert (2010) Mentoring for Managers and Leaders. In: Gold, Jeff and Thorpe, Richard and Mumford, Alan, (eds.) The Gower Handbook of Management and Leadership Development. 5th ed. Gower, pp. 423-440

Garvey, Robert (2014) Mentoring in a Coaching World. In: Cox, Elaine and Bachkirova, Tatiana and Clutterbuck, David, (eds.) The Complete Handbook of Coaching. 2nd ed. London, SAGE, pp. 361-374

Garvey, Robert (2009) Mentoring in a Coaching World. In: Cox, Elaine and Bachkirova, Tatiana and Clutterbuck, David, (eds.) The Complete Handbook of Coaching. 1st ed. London, SAGE, pp. 341-354

Garvey, Robert (2011) Researching Coaching: An eclectic mix or common ground? A critical perspective. In: Wegener, Robert H. and Fritze, Agnès and Loebbert, Michael (Hrsg.), (eds.) Coaching entwickeln: Forschung und Praxis im Dialog. 1st ed. Wiesbaden, VS Research, pp. 65-76

Garvey, Robert and Alred, Geof (2010) La mentoría (mentoring): Una contribución al desarrollo. Talento Humano.

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Haines Lyon, Charlotte (2015) Exploring Community Philosophy as a tool for parental engagement in a primary school. International Journal for Transformative Research, 3 (1).

Haines Lyon, Charlotte and Marsh, Clive (2008) Film's role in contemporary meaning making; a theological challenge to cultural studies. In: Knauss, S. and Ornella, A., (eds.) Reconfigurations; Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Religion in a Post-Secular Society. London, Lit Verlag

Higgins, Lee (2015) Community Music as a Crossroads of Interdisciplinary Research and Practice. In: Community Music Conference, Nov 2015, Munich, Germany. (Unpublished)

Higgins, Lee (2016) Community Music as a Site for Social Justice. In: Community Music:, Feb 2016, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland. (Unpublished)

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Kill, Rebekka (2015) The artist at the music festival: art, performance and hybridity. In: McKay, G,., (ed.) The Pop Festival: History, Music, Media, Culture. Bloomsbury, pp. 75-86

Kusters, Annelies and De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai (2017) Innovations in deaf studies: critically mapping the field. In: Kusters, Annalies and De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai, (eds.) Innovations in deaf studies: the role of deaf scholars. Perspectives on deafness . Oxford University Press, pp. 1-56

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Leeson, Caroline and Morgan, Julia (2015) Children, inequality and risk. In: Parker- Rees, Rod and Leeson, Caroline, (eds.) Early Childhood Studies. 4th ed. London, Sage, pp. 99-111

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Macafee, David and Garvey, Robert (2010) Mentoring and coaching: what’s the difference? BMJ Careers.

McGhee, Derek and Moreh, Chris and Vlachantoni, Athina (2018) Stakeholder Identities in Britain’s Neoliberal Ethical Community: Polish narratives of earned citizenship in the context of the UK’s EU Referendum. British Journal of Sociology.

McGhee, Derek and Moreh, Chris and Vlachantoni, Athina (2017) An ‘undeliberate determinacy’? The changing migration strategies of Polish migrants in the UK in times of Brexit. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43 (13). pp. 2109-2130.

McIntosh, Esther and MacDonald, Don and Sink, Chris (2016) Macmurray on Relationality: A Tool for Systems Theory? Philosophy and Theology, 28 (1). pp. 207-224.

Mellor, Liz (2001) 'Welcome to the Dance Machine’: Entertainment, Edutainment, Education? National Association of Music Educators Magazine, 7. pp. 25-29.

Mitman, Tyson and Pattwell, Ashley and Porpora, Douglas (2015) Terrorism as Failed Political Communication. International Journal of Communication, 9. pp. 1120-1139.

Moreh, Chris (2014) Alcalái Románok. Migráció és társadalmi differenciálódás [Romanians of Alcalá. Migration and Social Differentiation]. Budapest, Hungary, L'Harmattan

Moreh, Chris (2016) The Asianization of national fantasies in Hungary: A critical analysis of political discourse. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 19 (3). pp. 341-353.

Moreh, Chris (2017) Az Egyesült Királyságba irányuló magyarországi elvándorlás a magyar és a brit migrációs rendszerek átalakulásának tükrében [Migration from Hungary to the United Kingdom from the perspective of the transformation of the Hungarian and British migration systems]. Ügyészségi Szemle, 2 (3). pp. 86-101.

Moreh, Chris (2014) A Decade of Membership: Hungarian Post-Accession Mobility to the United Kingdom. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 3 (2). pp. 79-104.

Moreh, Chris (2016) Hungarian immigrants in the United Kingdom. In: The Hungarian Labour Market 2016. Budapest, Hungary, Institute of Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, pp. 69-72

Moreh, Chris (2016) Inhabiting Heritage: Living with the Past in the Albayzín of Granada. Open Library of Humanities, 2 (1). pp. 1-33.

Moreh, Chris (2015) Magyar bevándorlók az Egyesült Királyságban: demográfiai, földrajzi és szociológiai körkép [Hungarian migrants in the United Kingdom: demographic, geographic and sociological aspects]. Demográfia, 57 (4). pp. 137-172.

Moreh, Chris (2014) Prestige and Status in the Migration Process: The Case of Social Differentiation in a Romanian ‘Community’ in Spain. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40 (11). pp. 1758-1778.

Moreh, Chris (2018) Towards an illiberal extraterritorial political community? Hungary’s ‘Simplified Naturalisation’ and its ramifications. In: Nationalizing post-postsocialism: historical legacy or structurally driven shift in Hungary? Budapest, Hungary, Central European University Press (Submitted)

Moreh, Chris and McGhee, Derek and Vlachantoni, Athina (2018) EU migrants’ attitudes to UK healthcare. ESRC Centre for Population Change Briefing Paper 41. Discussion Paper. ESRC Centre for Population Change.

Moreh, Chris and McGhee, Derek and Vlachantoni, Athina (2016) Should I stay or should I go? Strategies of EU citizens living in the UK in the context of the EU referendum. ESRC Centre for Population Change Briefing Paper 35. Discussion Paper. ESRC Centre for Population Change.

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Noret, Nathalie and Smith, Andy and Birbeck, Nataly and Velija, Philippa and Mierzwinski, Mark (2015) Bullying In School Sport. Project Report. York St John University.

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O'Brien, Dai (2017) Deaf-led Deaf Studies: using Kaupapa Maori principles to guide the development of deaf research practices. In: Kusters, Annalies and De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai, (eds.) Innovations in deaf studies: the role of deaf scholars. Perspectives on deafness . Oxford University Press, pp. 57-76

O'Brien, Dai and Emery, Steven D. (2014) The Role of the Intellectual in Minority Group Studies: Reflections on Deaf Studies in Social and Political Contexts. Qualitative Inquiry, 20 (1). pp. 27-36.

O'Brien, Dai and Kusters, Annelies (2017) Visual methods in deaf studies: using photography and filmmaking in research with deaf people. In: Kuster, Annalies and De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai, (eds.) Innovations in deaf studies: the role of deaf scholars. Oxford University Press, pp. 265-296

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Pendle, Andrew (2015) Pluralistic coaching? An exploration of the potential for a pluralistic approach to coaching. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring. pp. 1-13.

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Reason, Matthew (2017) Drawing. In: Lury, Celia and Clough, Patricia and Chung, Una and Fensham, Rachel, (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Interdisciplinary Research. Routledge

Roddy, Jeannette and Gabriel, Lynne (2017) Building a competency framework for domestic abuse counselling practice. In: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Conference 2017 (18th-19th May) Chester, UK., May 2017, Chester University. (Unpublished)

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Sarpong, David and Adams, Kweku (2018) The Mabey and Johnson bribery Scandal: A Case of Executive Hubris. Thunderbird International Business Review. (In Press)

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Wall, R. and Devine-Wright, P. and Mill, Greig (2008) Interactions between perceived behavioral control and personal-normative motives: qualitative and quantitative evidence from a study of commuting-mode choice. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2 (1). pp. 63-86.

Weir, David and Clarke, Daniel (2017) What Makes the Autoethnographic Analysis Authentic? In: Vine, T. and Clark, J. and Richards, S. and Weir, David, (eds.) Ethnographic Research and Analysis. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 127-154

Wilson, John and Gabriel, Lynne and James, Hazel (2014) Observing a client's grieving process: bringing logical positivism into qualitative grief counselling research. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 42 (5). pp. 568-583.

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