Recent Submissions

  • Borders 

    Freeman, C (SAGE Publications, 2020)
  • External disruptions to qualitative data collection: addressing risks relating to Brexit and researcher-participant rapport 

    Esmene, S; Kirsop-Taylor, NA (Nova Southeastern University, 2020)
    This paper presents the importance of detailing the contextual conditions of a qualitative study to highlight any potential participant-researcher tensions. We emphasize the importance of understanding context in rich ...
  • The tribunal atmosphere: on qualitative barriers to access to justice 

    Gill, N; Allsopp, J; Burridge, A; et al. (Elsevier, 2020)
    Vulnerable groups’ direct experiences and impressions of British courts and tribunals have often been overlooked by politicians and policy makers (JUSTICE, 2019). This paper takes a geographical, empirical approach to ...
  • Towards a sustainable Cornwall: State of the Doughnut 

    Turner, R; Poznansky, F; Smirthwaite, N; et al. (Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, 1 October 2020)
    Using the 'doughnut economics' framework established by Kate Raworth to identify a safe and just operating space for humanity, this report presents an initial assessment of the ‘state of the Doughnut’ in Cornwall in 2020. ...
  • Urbanization, Migration, and Adaptation to Climate Change 

    Adger, WN; Crépin, A-S; Folke, C; et al. (Elsevier, 23 October 2020)
    Climate change is reshaping the comparative advantage of regions and hence driving migration flows, principally toward urban areas. Migration has multiple benefits and costs in both origin and destination regions. Coordinated ...

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