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  • Moral (dis)engagement with anthropogenic climate change in online comments on British newspaper articles. 

    Woods, Ruth; Coen, Sharon; Fernández, Ana
    WOODS, R., COEN, S. and FERNANDEZ, A. [2018]. Moral (dis)engagement with anthropogenic climate change in online comments on British newspaper articles. Journal of community and applied social psychology [online], (accepted).
    Anthropogenic climate change (ACC) is widely acknowledged to be morally significant, but little is known about everyday moralising around ACC. We addressed this gap via quantified thematic analysis of 300 online comments ...
  • Popular careers as seen on screen. 

    Marcella, Rita (Press and Journal, 2016-12-19)
    MARCELLA, R. 2016. Popular careers as seen on screen. Press and journal. The business (supplement) [online], 19 December, page 8. Available from: https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/business/business-opinion/1109679/rita-marcella-popular-careers-seen-screen/
    Over many years in academia I have pondered how and why particular careers seem overwhelmingly attractive to young people, in particular of course university applicants, while others seem to languish and require constant ...
  • Press response to women politicians: a comparative study of suffragettes and contemporary Scottish Parliament leaders. 

    Pedersen, Sarah (Taylor and Francis https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2016.1200953, 2016-06-29)
    PEDERSEN, S. 2018. Press response to women politicians: a comparative study of suffragettes and contemporary Scottish Parliament leaders. Journalism studies [online], 19(5), pages 709-725. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1461670X.2016.1200953
    Celebrity culture and the personalisation of both politics and the media in the last few decades has exacerbated the media's focus on the appearance of women politicians. However, this article argues that we can see a ...
  • Rule-breaking and legitimacy: a failure of artful navigation? 

    Warren, Lorraine; Smith, Robert (Emerald http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-03-2014-0052, 2015-04-30)
    WARREN, L. and SMITH, R. 2015. Rule-breaking and legitimacy: a failure of artful navigation? International journal of entrepreneurial behaviour and research [online], 21(2), pages 243-262. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-03-2014-0052
    The purpose of this paper is to critically examine the tension between rule-breaking and legitimacy for entrepreneurs, who are expected to challenge and change social or business norms. In doing so, they may be presented ...
  • UK young adults’ awareness online – is it a ‘girl thing’? 

    Pedersen, Sarah (Taylor & Francis http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13676261.2012.710741, 2013)
    PEDERSEN, S., 2013. UK young adults’ awareness online – is it a ‘girl thing’? Journal of Youth Studies, 16 (3), pp. 404-419.
    This article reports on a recent research project undertaken in the UK that investigated young adults' perception of potentially risky behaviour online. The research was undertaken through the use of an online survey ...