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2017 Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club  
BirdLife partner in the UK).  ...  (Petrobras) via the Programa Petrobras Socioambiental and the Albatross Task Force, a BirdLife International and Save Brasil programme sponsored by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB,  ...  -James Cook's third circumnavigation of the globe (1776-80) with the HMS Resolution and Discovery spent several periods at the archipelago of Hawaii, on 18-23 January 1778 and 1-8 March 1779 (Kauai), 29  ... 
doi:10.25226/bboc.v137i4.2017.a13 fatcat:vmwfqep7tvc2lmrww4ptgym7ua

Leptin receptor regulation – links to obesity?

Lynda Williams, Ruben Nogueiras
2010 Physiology News  
Ion channels and receptors in cell physiology  ...  I would like to thank the staff in the Department of Cell Physiology and Pharmacology, particularly Jacqui Noon, Alan Willcocks, Blair Grubb and John Mitcheson.  ...  The first draft was available in the early summer of 2009 and a second SIG meeting was held in Dublin in July 2009.  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.78.14 fatcat:rfai52zm3bhz3mvegei64mul4m

AIDS, Mass Observation, and the Fate of the Permissive Turn

Matt Cook
2017 Journal of the History of Sexuality  
A self-selecting panel of Mass Observers (MOers) were asked to comment on questions and themes set out in regular 'directives' (as MO called them) -on, for example, the abdication of Edward VIII, conditions  ...  As with the early cohort of MOers, the new 1980s group typically tacked back and forth -comparing the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s to their present and what already felt to many like a new era.  ...  And yet age and generation do seem to make a particular difference, since memory and opinion forms through "shared critical life events" that take place on international, national and local levels.  ... 
doi:10.7560/jhs26204 fatcat:m5w3zwcatfgeljdmoagjfemtuu

A&G Volume 54 Issue 3, Full Issue

2013 Astronomy & Geophysics  
He focused on the role of gyroresonant waveparticle interactions, which break the first and second adiabatic invariants and which can lead to energy diffusion through absorption of the waves and pitch  ...  by guest on 30 July 2018  ...  UK-led missions such as Ariel 5 and international collaborations including IUE and IRAS featured extensively.  ... 
doi:10.1093/astrogeo/att046 fatcat:hbfwklb43jf7xp543emplcz6cu

Speakingwithothers involves placing ourselves explicitly as authors in the research text

Gail Crimmins
2016 Narrative Inquiry  
Narrative researchers need to carefully consider if and how they represent the words and worlds of people/s who do not yet have the power to represent themselves.  ...  This paper explores the dialectic of speakingfororofOthers, and posits that making manifest the co-constructed nature of narrative research to both research participants and research audiences can address  ...  I am also grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their feedback on the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1075/ni.25.2.06cri fatcat:wtexf6d4kvc7nk6gh5ayhollx4

"Make a Hard Push for It": The Benthams, Foucault, and the Panopticons' Roots in the Paris École Militaire

Haroldo A. Guízar
2018 Lumen  
(New York: Walker & Company, 1973), 20-21. 26.  ...  AN O 1 1648, Déliberation, 3 March 1755, 115; AN MM 664, Conseil de Police, 26 July 1756, 3. Correspondence T. VIII, 64 in Semple, 264.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1042229ar fatcat:kmdm2mk3hbgpbgb5fkv3oqqpcm

Migrating heritage: experiences of cultural networks and cultural dialogue in Europe

Philip Long
2016 International Journal of Heritage Studies (IJHS)  
Acknowledgements Fojut, N. 2009 References Acknowledgements The author would like to acknowledge the financial support of the European Commission and the 21 Member states which provide matching funding  ...  These artworks, then, suggest to us where the encounter can ultimately take place: in a 'third space', in the words of Homi Bhabha (1994) , on the fragile yet powerful threshold of new unpredictable '  ...  , Vertovec 2010 and Welsch 2009.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13527258.2016.1182052 fatcat:rwb5jcohrjfo5delouext3bajm

Migrating heritage: Experiences of cultural networks and cultural dialogue in Europe

Gillian Oliver
2015 The Australian Library Journal  
Acknowledgements Fojut, N. 2009 References Acknowledgements The author would like to acknowledge the financial support of the European Commission and the 21 Member states which provide matching funding  ...  These artworks, then, suggest to us where the encounter can ultimately take place: in a 'third space', in the words of Homi Bhabha (1994) , on the fragile yet powerful threshold of new unpredictable '  ...  , Vertovec 2010 and Welsch 2009.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00049670.2015.1040359 fatcat:7cff7ntlnvhslm4vscymo4xcfy

South Asian Mobilisation in Two Northern Cities: A Comparison of Manchester and Bradford Asian Youth Movements

Anandi Ramamurthy
2011 Ethnicity and Race in a Changing World  
With the aid of friends they married in New York on 30 March 1853.  ...  One worked in Militant, another in the Workers Revolutionary Party and a third in International Socialists.  ... 
doi:10.7227/erct.2.2.2 fatcat:lizjizudcffhzlpkzpx4kpmmtm

Improving oral healthcare for children – a great opportunity

S. Fayle
2013 British Dental Journal  
Gentleman is a great authority on these matters, and he is wise enough to know that he needs to get his figures right if he is to quote them in the House.  ...  16 to 18-year-old in England who wants one.  ...  We have called on both governments to cease aggressive acts, to stop all support to armed groups in each other's territory, and to abide by their Memorandum of Understanding on Non-Aggression and Co-operation  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2013.528 pmid:23744207 fatcat:urons4o2fjhi7o2rirzj3tck5m

Surveillance, Fighting Crime And Violence (Iriss Deliverable 1.1)

David Wright, Johann Cas, Ivan Szekely, Beatrix Vissy, Michael Friedewald, Kerstin Goos, William Webster, Gemma Galdon Clavell, Rowena Rodrigues, Reinhard Kreissl, Clive Norris, Marija Krlic (+10 others)
2012 Zenodo  
A report addressing and analysing the factors underpinning the development and use of surveillance systems and technologies by both public authorities and private actors, and their implications in fighting  ...  crime and terrorism, social and economic costs, protection or infringement of civil liberties, fundamental rights and ethical aspects Co-ordinator Trilateral Research and Consulting LLP Dissemination  ...  In July 2009, the National Police Improvement Agency (NPIA) and Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) issued advice to police forces entitled Practice Advice on the Management and Use of Automatic  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1184324 fatcat:vxti37nlxbbejg6mjbk72ruh3e

Humanitarian intervention

1996 Adelphi Papers  
Proposals may emerge from workshops, networks or conferences.  ...  The journal seeks to generate insight, knowledge and understanding of our contemporary circumstances in order to determine local, national and global implications.  ...  Capling, A. and Nossal, R. 2003  ... 
doi:10.1080/05679329608449387 fatcat:saxrloj6gfapthbkai45ey3apu

Development and evaluation of an intervention for the prevention of childhood obesity in a multiethnic population: the Born in Bradford applied research programme

John Wright, Lesley Fairley, Rosemary McEachan, Maria Bryant, Emily Petherick, Pinki Sahota, Gillian Santorelli, Sally Barber, Debbie A Lawlor, Natalie Taylor, Raj Bhopal, Noel Cameron (+8 others)
2016 Programme Grants for Applied Research  
The prevalence of risk factors differed between mothers of white British ethnicity and mothers of Pakistani ethnicity and weight and length growth trajectories differed between Pakistani infants and white  ...  An evidence-based intervention was evaluated in a pilot RCT and was found to be feasible and acceptable.LimitationsThis was a single-centre observational study and a pilot evaluation.ConclusionsThe programme  ...  European Child Cohort Network (EUCCONET) International Workshop, Tracking Sample Members in Longitudinal Studies, London, UK, 1–2 July 2010. Fairley L, Small N, Lawlor D, West J, Wright J.  ... 
doi:10.3310/pgfar04060 fatcat:qe73zh3vzzhvfgime7v7fvukeu

The development of the building envelope using Welsh-grown timber: a study through prototyping

Steven Coombs
2018 Journal of Architecture  
I would like to thank: Professor Wayne Forster, my supervisor, for his guidance and encouragement throughout my time in DRUw and with this research.  ...  Acknowledgements This research would not have been possible without the support, guidance and assistance of others.  ...  In 2010, the UK was the third largest net importer of forest products behind China and Japan. 6 While the overall demand for timber has reduced in the last 5 years, corresponding with a period of economic  ... 
doi:10.1080/13602365.2018.1424394 fatcat:nfdfojuztzfdlcsxlox7wm6lqm

Non-invasive imaging of transient biomolecular machines in vivo

Adam Shuhendler
2016 Physiology News  
in the Dublin Convention Centre from 29-31 July.  ...  Drowning is the second most common cause of accidental death in most countries; in the UK we lose a child a week and between one and two adults a day to drowning.  ...  This issue is based on a symposium held at McGill University in 2014 to commemorate the centenary of the death of Mines and focused on identifying areas in which basic physiology and theoretical modelling  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.104.24 fatcat:tntz5mgv7bfjzipq76323hcnmy
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