Student Publications

Below is a bibliography of publications by SWDTP students. The list is not exhaustive and SWDTP students’ names appear in bold. If you’re a student and you’ve recently had something published, email Jackson to have it added to the list.

 

 

ATKINS, E. (2017) Dammed and Diversionary: The multi-dimensional framing of Brazil’s Belo Monte dam in Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 38, 276-292

ATKINS, E. (2017) Dams, political framing and sustainability as an empty signifier: the case of Belo Monte in Area [online]

ATKINS, E. (2017) Saltwater Geopolitics in North America in SOSA-NUNEZ, G. (ed.) Widening the Scope of Environmental Policies in North America: Towards Blue Approaches, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., Basingstoke [online]

ATKINS, E. (2016) Environmental Conflict: A Misnomer? in SOSA-NUNEZ, G. and E. ATKINS (eds) Environment, Climate Change & International Relations, E-International Relations [online]

ATKINS, E. K. (2014) Beyond State-Fetishism: the Case for Neoliberalism as a Hydro-Hegemon in School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol [online]

BRITTON, J. (2017) Smart meter data and equitable energy transitions – can cities play a role? in Local Environment [online]

BRITTON, J. and WOODMAN B. (2014) Local Enterprise Partnerships and the low-carbon economy: Front runners, uncertainty and divergence in Local Economy 29: 617-634

CARROLL, H. A., Z. TOUMPAKARI, L. JOHNSON, J. A. BETTS (2017) The perceived feasibility of methods to reduce publication bias in PLOS One Tenth Anniversary [online]

CARROLL, H. A., J. A. BETTS, L. JOHNSON (2016) An investigation into the relationship between plain water intake and glycated Hb (HbA1c): a sex-stratified, cross-sectional analysis of the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey (2008–2012) in The British Journal of Nutrition [online]

CHARNESS, G., R. COBO-REYES, A. SANCHEZ (2016) The effect of charitable giving on workers’ performance: Experimental evidence in Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation [online]

CONNOR P. M., L. XIE, R. LOWES, J. BRITTON, T. RICHARDSON (2015) The development of renewable heating policy in the United Kingdom in Renewable Energy 75:733-744

FAGIN, J. (2016) The Search for Lost Blood: Why the Blood Has Run Dry in British Black Pudding in Offal: Rejected and Reclaimed Food- Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2016 [online]

FOSTER COLLINS, H. (2017) Interprofessional Learning, Support and Feedback in Early Career Professionals in Research Intelligence, 134, 28.

HAWKEN, T. (2018) Hints and Tips: When Anxiety Comes Knocking in PsyPAG Quartlerly, 106, 37-39 [online]

HOTHAM, T. (2018) Facebook is Restricting Search Results- is this Taking Transparency Seriously? in The Conversation [online]

JIMENEZ-ACEITUNO, A., L. MEDLAND, A. DELGADO, A. CARBALLES-BRETON, A. MAIQUES-DIAZ, L. DIAZ MUNOZ, M. MARIN-RODRIGUEZ, P. CHARMORRO-ORTIZ, B. CASADO-CID (2016) Social Theatre as a Tool for Environmental Learning Processes: A Case Study from Madrid, Spain in MONROE, M., M. KRASNY (eds) Across the Spectrum: Resources for Environmental Educators. North American Association for Environmental Education, 281-296

LLOYD, E. C., A. M. HAASE, B. VERPLANKEM (2018) Anxiety and the development and maintenance of anorexia nervosa: protocol for a systematic review in Systematic Reviews, 7:14 [online]

LLOYD, E. C., I. FRAMPTON, B. VERPLANKEN, A. M. HAASE (2017) How extreme dieting becomes compulsive: A novel hypothesis for the role of anxiety in the development and maintenance of anorexia nervosa in Medical Hypotheses, 108, 144–150

MCGLINCHEY, S., R. WALTERS, C. SCHNEINPFLUG (2017) International Relations Theory, Bristol: E-International Relations Publishing [online]

MEDLAND, L. (2017) Misconceiving ‘seasons’ in global food systems: the case of the EU Seasonal Workers Directive in European Law Journal, 23:3-4, 157-171

MEDLAND, L. (2017) Language learning as research rehearsal: Preparation for multi-linguistic field research in Morocco in GIBB, R., A. TREMLETT, J. DANERO IGLESIAS (eds) Learning and Using Languages in Ethnographic Research [online]

MEDLAND, L. (2016) Working for Social Sustainability: Insights from a Spanish Organic Production Enclave in Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 40, 1133-1156

PERRY, H. (2017) The Impact of Contact and Living Arrangements on a Child’s Psychological Development in Family Law Online, 47:1 [online]

REDFERN, A. S. and C. P. BENTON (2017) Expressive faces confuse identity in I-Perception, 8:5, 1-21

REDFERN, A. S. and C. P. BENTON (2017) Expression dependence in the perception of facial identity in I-Perception, 8:3 [online]

REDFERN, A. S. and C. P. BENTON (2017) Expressive faces confuse identity in I-Perception, 8:5, 1-21

SEALY, T. (2017) Making the “Other” from “Us”: The Representation of British Converts to Islam in Mainstream British Newspapers in Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 37:2, 196-210

SEALY, T. (2017) Multiculturalism, interculturalism, ‘multiculture’ and super-diversity: Of zombies, shadows and other ways of being in Ethnicities [online] 

SOSA-NUNEZ, G. and E. ATKINS (2016) Environment, Climate Change & International Relations, E-International Relations [online]

VENN, A. (2017) Universal Human Rights? Breaking the Institutional Barriers Facing Climate-Vulnerable Small-Island Developing States in Climate Law, 7: 4, 322 – 346  

WALTERS, R. (2017) This Is My Story: The reclaiming of girls’ education discourses in Malala Yousafzai’s autobiography in Girlhood Studies, 10:3 23-38

WALTERS, R. (2016) ‘Shot Pakistani Girl’: The limitations of girls’ education discourses in UK newspaper coverage of Malala Yousafzai in British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18:3, 650-670

WANG, R. A. H., S. K. NELSON-COFFEY, K. LAVOUS, K. JACOBS BAO, O. S. P. DAVIS, C. M. A. HAWORTH (2017) Moderators of wellbeing interventions: Why do some people respond more positively than others? In PLOS One Tenth Anniversary [online]

WANG, R. A. H., O. S. P. DAVIES, R. E. WOOTTON, A. MOTTERSHAW, C. M. A. HAWORTH (2017) Social support and mental health in late adolescence are correlated for genetic, as well as environmental, reasons in Scientific Reports [online]

WASLEY, D. and S. EDEN, (2017) Predicting psychological distress of informal carers of individuals with major depressive or bipolar disorder in International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27:1, 358-367

WILDER, R. (2017) ‘Knowledge’ in English primary schools’ decision-making about sex and relationships education in Health Education Journal [online]

YEO, R. A. (2017) Disabled asylum seekers as experimental subjects in a broader systemic agenda of inequality in FEE, D and A. Kober-Smith (eds.) Inequalities in the UK: New discourses, evolutions and actions, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 235-252

YEO, R. (2017) The deprivation experienced by disabled asylum seekers in the United Kingdom: symptoms, causes, and possible solutions in Disability & Society, 32:5, 657-677

YEO, R. (2017) Kamil Ahmad: failed by the Home Office, then murdered in Bristol in The Guardian [online]

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