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The Etruscans, by Graeme Barker and Tom Rasmussen.The Etruscans, by Graeme Barker and Tom Rasmussen. Malden, Massachusetts, Blackwell, 1998. xii, 368 pp. $29.95 U.S. (cloth)

Martin F. Kilmer
2000 Canadian Journal of History  
REVIEWS Ancient and Medieval/L’ Antiquité et le Moyen Age The Etruscans, by Graeme Barker and Tom Rasmussen. Malden, Massachusetts, Blackwell, 1998. xii, 368 pp. $29.95 U.S. (cloth).  ...  Coins Though all three books have agricultural sections (Richardson’s first chapter including a connoisseur’s guide to Tuscan wines), Barker/Rasmussen give more space to food gathering/food production  ... 
doi:10.3138/cjh.35.3.519 fatcat:4wzz3pfbpvgl3bjtvh4qxnhiky

Book Review : Police Deviance by Tom Barker and David Carter Cincinnati, Ohio: Anderson, 1994, 444 pages

Michael E. Donahue
1994 Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice  
328 Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Vol. 10 « No. 4 * December 1994 Police Deviance by Tom Barker and David Carter Cincinnati, Ohio: Anderson, 1994, 444 pages Editors of anthologies are typically  ...  Likewise, in “Police Lies and Perjury: A Motivation-Based Taxonomy” by Barker and Carter, the attempted distinctions between “accepted lying”, “tolerated lying” and “deviant lying” are not convincing.  ... 
doi:10.1177/104398629401000407 fatcat:dnylnvdm7jgyzkwnryoymqhdii

Tom Vaughan

Clive Barker
1994 New Theatre Quarterly  
CLIVE BARKER https://www.cambridge.org/core/terms. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0266464X00000609 Downloaded from https://www.cambridge.org/core.  ...  While others argued the ideological toss, Tom put dialectics on the stage.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0266464x00000609 fatcat:js4z3ymj2zgt3c3mibyktf47ey

Developmental biology: Support mothers to secure future public health

David Barker, Mary Barker, Tom Fleming, Michelle Lampl
2013 Nature  
doi:10.1038/504209a pmid:24350368 fatcat:axhh6eoo65f6lex3uhcycode4a

Curriculum Vitae and Publication List from David James Purslove Barker. 29 June 1938 — 27 August 2013

Mary Barker, Caroline H. Fall, Clive Osmond, Cyrus Cooper, Tom P. Fleming, Kent L. Thornburg, Graham J. Burton
2019 Figshare  
Professor David James Purslove Barker was a physician and one of the most influential medical scientists of our time.  ...  The Barker Hypothesis proposed that the environment of the fetus and infant determined by maternal nutrition and exposure to infection subsequently predisposes the pathologies of later life.  ...  Barker DJP, Hall AJ. 'The epidemiology of Perthes' disease'. Clinical Orthopaedics 1986;209:89. 54. Barker DJP, Osmond C.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.8832215.v1 fatcat:o7khpnesljd63kt6nxscdrvej4

David James Purslove Barker. 29 June 1938—27 August 2013

Mary Barker, Caroline H. Fall, Clive Osmond, Cyrus Cooper, Tom P. Fleming, Kent L. Thornburg, Graham J. Burton
2019 Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society  
Acknowledgements We thank the family of David Barker, especially Jan Barker, for help with all the fascinating and insightful memories of David's world throughout his life and career, and the many photographs  ...  Professor Tom Fleming Tom Fleming is emeritus professor of developmental biology in the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southampton.  ...  This was the unit of which David Barker was co-founder. Clive has worked there ever since, and with David Barker from 1983 to 2013.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsbm.2019.0021 fatcat:vebcbjxf2zfetmkahg6wjnvxme

Supporting FAIR4RS Adoption Guidelines [article]

Paula Martinez, Daniel S. Katz, Michelle Barker, Carlos Martinez Ortiz, Tom Honeyman
2021 figshare.com  
Michelle Barker has extensive expertise in open science, digital research infrastructure and digital workforce capability.  ...  As part of that work the ARDC has recently released a National Agenda for Research Software, which Tom was a co-author on.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.15094503.v1 fatcat:acyg32znonaq5dwcuu7jivbmdi

Reviews

Philip Barker, Ray McAleese, Betty Collis, Gabriel Jacobs, Bridget Somekh, Tom King
2011 Research in Learning Technology  
To complete the multiple perspective, the Editor of the book, Tom King from the Interactive Learning group at ICL, was asked to respond to the reviewers' comments.  ...  In order to encourage a critical approach to the book, to the reviews and to Tom King's response, I have annotated the multiple review.  ...  To complete the multiple perspective, the Editor of the book, Tom King from the Interactive Learning group at ICL, was asked to respond to the reviewers' comments.  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v5i2.10564 fatcat:czkpb6jghrdupe53n6jyybv6oi

Emergency response and pursuit issues in Alabama

Keller Mark McGue, Tom Barker
1996 American Journal of Police  
Whether or not officers are operating with due regard for the safety of others is a growing topic of concern as civil suits alleging wrongful death or injury increase (Barker, 1984) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/07358549610151825 fatcat:cqh2getrq5egpf2qbwgs5p6h6a

Design and Geographically Liberated Difference

Ashley Hall, Tom Barker
2011 Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal  
, 2009; Barker & Hall, 2010) .  ...  The authors of this paper have begun to establish practice-based models of cultural transfer with the level of operation ranging from material culture to the behavioural and philosophical (Barker & Hall  ... 
doi:10.18848/1833-1874/cgp/v05i03/38068 fatcat:myh3c5i5uzahxd6vsalpqfvnam

Fake News Mussel Farming A "New Climate Bomb"

Tom Fenchel, Bo Barker Jorgensen, Hans Ulrik Riisgard
2017 Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal  
doi:10.4172/2150-3508.1000e127 fatcat:7jcd3uyr4nfojivgolkoahekim

Reprogramming Human Adult Fibroblasts into GABAergic Interneurons

Andreas Bruzelius, Srisaiyini Kidnapillai, Janelle Drouin-Ouellet, Tom Stoker, Roger A. Barker, Daniella Rylander Ottosson
2021 Cells  
Direct reprogramming is an appealing strategy to generate neurons from a somatic cell by forced expression of transcription factors. The generated neurons can be used for both cell replacement strategies and disease modelling. Using this technique, previous studies have shown that γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) expressing interneurons can be generated from different cell sources, such as glia cells or fetal fibroblasts. Nevertheless, the generation of neurons from adult human fibroblasts, an easily
more » ... accessible cell source to obtain patient-derived neurons, has proved to be challenging due to the intrinsic blockade of neuronal commitment. In this paper, we used an optimized protocol for adult skin fibroblast reprogramming based on RE1 Silencing Transcription Factor (REST) inhibition together with a combination of GABAergic fate determinants to convert human adult skin fibroblasts into GABAergic neurons. Our results show a successful conversion in 25 days with upregulation of neuronal gene and protein expression levels. Moreover, we identified specific gene combinations that converted fibroblasts into neurons of a GABAergic interneuronal fate. Despite the well-known difficulty in converting adult fibroblasts into functional neurons in vitro, we could detect functional maturation in the induced neurons. GABAergic interneurons have relevance for cognitive impairments and brain disorders, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, epilepsy, schizophrenia and autism spectrum disorders.
doi:10.3390/cells10123450 pmid:34943958 pmcid:PMC8699824 fatcat:kxlutqqgknairgsl5t5rt4w434

Patients' views: peer support worker on inpatient wards

Joy M Rooney, Nadine Miles, Tom Barker
2016 Mental Health and Social Inclusion  
Purpose: To explore patients' experiences of intentional mental health peer support (PS) Design/methodology/approach: Seven in depth interviews were carried out by an independent researcher with individual inpatients who volunteered via a PS worker following leaflet and poster distribution explaining the research on the two wards. Each recorded interview of thirteen questions was transcribed verbatim by the researcher and analysis identified common themes across the interviews. Findings: An
more » ... arching theme of communication with patients was identified together with six main themes: person centeredness, practical support, building connections, emotional support, modelling hope, and recovery interventions. There were no negative comments expressed by interviewees. Research limitations/implications: Small scale qualitative research allows in-depth exploration of experiences which is valuable in informing the further development of peer support. Originality/value: There are very few published reports of inpatient experiences of peer support in inpatient settings. Type: Research Paper
doi:10.1108/mhsi-02-2016-0007 fatcat:i4a33nm3azayfi7iee5pf32apm

Patterns of Etruscan Urbanism

Simon Stoddart, Alessio Palmisano, David Redhouse, Graeme Barker, Giorgia di Paola, Laura Motta, Tom Rasmussen, Troy Samuels, Robert Witcher
2020 Frontiers in Digital Humanities  
Barker and Rasmussen, 1988) . Cerveteri and Veio have a halo of low density of rural settlement close to the urban centres perhaps partly occupied by cemeteries.  ...  A crucial addition has been the acquisition of the more recent survey of Tuscania, defined as resting in the territory of Tarquinia by XTENT (Barker and Rasmussen, 1988) .  ...  Copyright © 2020 Stoddart, Palmisano, Redhouse, Barker, di Paola, Motta, Rasmussen, Samuels and Witcher.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdigh.2020.00001 fatcat:isyclwbqpvbwbppclvlecwqifu

The Value of Industry-academic Collaborations in Sportswear to Create Game Changing Re-use of Textiles

Marie O'Mahony, Tom Barker
2022 Zenodo  
The context of this paper is the growing incentive for the sportswear industry to move increasingly towards sustainable design and production. Through a co-design case study, the authors look at the advantages of the sportswear industry and academia of collaborating in this area, with a particular focus on ways of generating value added garments through the re-use of textiles. The authors argue that with changing attitudes among the public the social and economic capital of re-use now makes it
more » ... ossible to sell re-use at a premium providing the garment designs are innovative and attractive.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5841704 fatcat:nwlu5k45pngfjbef7wjdi7qgpm
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