Recent Submissions

  • Muck and Magic: A Resilience Lens on Organic Conversions as Transformation 

    James, T; Brown, K (Taylor & Francis (Routledge) for International Association for Society and Natural Resources, 9 November 2018)
    Transformation creates space to consider the profound changes necessary for society to pursue just and sustainable social-ecological systems. Transformation involves profound and complex change, yet there are few empirical ...
  • Public funding for public goods: A post-Brexit perspective on principles for agricultural policy 

    Bateman, IJ; Balmford, B (Elsevier, 25 August 2018)
    In early 2019 the United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union and with it the Common Agricultural Policy. The UK Government has announced its intentions to formulate a novel agricultural policy following the principle ...
  • What Works in the Field? Evaluating Informal Science Events 

    Grand, A; Sardo, AM (Frontiers, 11 December 2017)
    Around the world, increasing numbers of people are attending informal science events, often ones that are part of multi-event festivals that cross cultural boundaries. For the researchers who take part, and the organizers, ...
  • Lecture Capture – can it help ‘hard to reach’ students? 

    Newcombe, MJ (University of Greenwich, 2017)
    What are the consequences of implementing Lecture Capture technology and how does it support students, especially those who are ‘hard to reach’? There is growing evidence around the benefits lecture recordings provide to ...
  • Life Out of Death—Violent FX and Its Vivacious Power 

    Johnson, PS (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 21 March 2017)
    This article examines the use of digital visual effects in violently disturbing films and how they reformulate them into newly observable cinematic imagery. It discusses how visual effects show cinematic violence as producing ...

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