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  • ICT (information communication technology), peripherality and smaller hospitality businesses in Scotland. 

    Irvine, Wilson; Anderson, Alistair R. (Emerald http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/13552550810887381, 2008)
    IRVINE, W. and ANDERSON, A. R., 2008. ICT (information communication technology), peripherality and smaller hospitality businesses in Scotland. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 14 (4), pp. 200-218
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of information communication technology (ICT) in small rural hospitality businesses. Although ICT is often presented as a means of reducing the impact of being ...
  • Impact of design on social interaction within urban residential developments in Scotland. 

    Farshidi, Azar (Robert Gordon University Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment, 2016-09-01)
    FARSHIDI, A. 2016. Impact of design on social interaction within urban residential developments in Scotland. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.
    Over the last few decades, the emergence of various social problems within the urban neighbourhoods of cities, especially in developed countries such as the UK, has called for further research into the relationship between ...
  • Is an independent Scottish electricity system good for renewable energy and Scotland?: The DREUD Report on implications of the UK Government’s decisions on new nuclear power and Electricity Market Reform for the prospects of renewable energy in Scotland. 

    Toke, David; Strachan, Peter; Cowell, Richard; Ellis, Geraint; Sherry-Brennan, Fionnguala (Robert Gordon University https://www.rgu.ac.uk/file/the-dreud-report, 2013)
    TOKE, D., STRACHAN, P., COWELL, R., ELLIS, G. and SHERRY-BRENNAN, F., 2013. Is an independent Scottish electricity system good for renewable energy and Scotland?: The DREUD Report on implications of the UK Government’s decisions on new nuclear power and Electricity Market Reform for the prospects of renewable energy in Scotland. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.
  • ‘It is ridiculous that the Borough Librarian of Croydon should decide the policy of the Scottish Education Department’: the establishment of Scotland’s second library school. 

    Reid, Peter H. (Maney Publishing http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1758348912Z.00000000018, 2012-12)
    REID, P. H., 2012. ‘It is ridiculous that the Borough Librarian of Croydon should decide the policy of the Scottish Education Department’: the establishment of Scotland’s second library school. Library and Information History, 28 (4), pp. 257-271.
    In the middle of the 1960s, amid concerns about the direction of professional education in Scotland and problems with the number of places available for those to wishing to study librarianship, there emerged a strongly ...
  • Jane Jacobs and the nature of (practice and research) work in public. 

    Douglas, Anne; Fremantle, Chris (Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, 2009-12-14)
    DOUGLAS, A. and FREMANTLE, C. 2009. Jane Jacobs and the nature of (practice and research) work in public. Presented at Public and participative art: performance in everyday life, 14-15 December 2009, Helsinki, Finland.
    Jacobs argues that economies follow the same rules as ecological systems. They behave in the same way as systems in nature: as dynamic systems of interdependency. The core of Jacobs' argument is energy, whether it is ...
  • Jungian archetypes and dreams of social enterprise. 

    Brown, Mary Louise; McDonald, Seonaidh; Smith, Fiona (Emerald. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JOCM-Sep-2012-0146, 2013)
    BROWN, M. L., MCDONALD, S. and SMITH, F., 2013. Jungian archetypes and dreams of social enterprise. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 26 (4), pp. 670-688.
    This paper considers organizational identity and the way in which cultural change involves repercussions at an unconscious, psychodynamic level. It considers, in Jungian terms, the nature of the relationship between ...
  • LAGI Glasgow. [Exhibition] 

    Land Art Generator Initiative (http://www.thelighthouse.co.uk/visit/exhibition/lagi-glasgow https://ecoartscotland.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/a5-lagi-glasgow-brochure-16pages.pdf, 2016-06-09)
    LAND ART GENERATOR INITIATIVE. 2016. LAGI Glasgow. Exhibition. 9 June - 29 July 2016, The Lighthouse (Glasgow).
    LAGI Glasgow is demonstrating the potential for artists, designers and architects to contribute to renewable energy infrastructure and integrate it into a place-making approach. The project will undertake research and ...
  • LAGI Glasgow. [Project website] 

    Land Art Generator Initiative (http://www.landartgenerator.org/glasgow/, 2016-07-29)
    LAND ART GENERATOR INITIATIVE. LAGI Glasgow [online]. Available from: http://www.landartgenerator.org/glasgow/
    LAGI Glasgow is demonstrating the potential for artists, designers and architects to contribute to renewable energy infrastructure and integrate it into a place-making approach. The project will undertake research and ...
  • Let the stalker beware? Analysis of the law of stalking in Scotland. 

    Middlemiss, Sam (Vathek. http://dx.doi.org/10.1350/jcla.2014.78.5.942, 2014-10)
    MIDDLEMISS, S., 2014. Let the stalker beware? Analysis of the law of stalking in Scotland. The Journal of Criminal Law, 78 (5), pp. 407-422.
    This article analyses the significance of changes to the law in Scotland dealing with stalking by outlining the previous legal position and examining the new legal rules and their impact. Stalking has been proven to be ...
  • Linking to the past: an analysis of community digital heritage initiatives. 

    Tait, Elizabeth; MacLeod, Marsaili; Beel, David; Wallace, Claire; Mellish, Chris; Taylor, Stuart (Emerald Group Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/AP-05-2013-0039, 2013)
    TAIT, E., MACLEOD, M., BEEL, D., WALLACE, C., MELLISH, C. and TAYLOR, S., 2013. Linking to the past: an analysis of community digital heritage initiatives. Aslib Proceedings , 65 (6), pp. 564-580.
    Purpose – Community initiatives to collate and manage different kinds of cultural forms and resources are a popular way for local people to engage with the heritage of their area. These initiatives are often heavily ...
  • Local heroes or village idiots? Press portrayal of opponents of two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland. 

    Baxter, Graeme (Robert Gordon University, 2015-12)
    BAXTER, G., 2015. Local heroes or village idiots? Press portrayal of opponents of two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland. Aberdeen Business School Working Paper Series, 8 (2)
    This paper examines press coverage, at the local, regional and national (i.e. Scottish) levels, of two controversial coastal developments in Northeast Scotland: the building of a North Sea gas reception terminal in ...
  • Looking back at Scottish travellers as nomadic entrepreneurs? 

    Smith, Robert (Inderscience http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJBG.2009.023497, 2009)
    SMITH, R., 2009. Looking back at Scottish travellers as nomadic entrepreneurs? International Journal of Business and Globalisation, 3 (3), pp. 237-255.
    This qualitative paper adopts a historical approach and reports on desk research conducted by the author using a mixture of internet based research backed up by a critical reading of published writings on the travelling ...
  • Maintaining access to architecture: a Scottish perspective. 

    McClean, David; Lamb, Neil; Curtis, Libby (AAE (Association of Architectural Educators) http://ingentaconnect.com/contentone/arched/char/2016/00000003/00000001/art00003, 2016-03-01)
    MCCLEAN, D., LAMB, N. and CURTIS, L. 2016. Maintaining access to architecture: a Scottish perspective. Charrette journal [online], 3(1), pages 19-28. Available from: http://ingentaconnect.com/contentone/arched/char/2016/00000003/00000001/art00003
    Widening access to education has been a central priority of the Scottish Government since 2010, with the objective of assisting those from disadvantaged backgrounds to enter higher education. Accordingly, the Scottish ...
  • Management education and training for librarians in Scotland. 

    Johnson, Ian M.; Hannabuss, C. Stuart; Wildgoose, David M. (SAGE Publications Ltd. http://ifl.sagepub.com/content/vol19/issue3/, 1993)
    JOHNSON, I. M., HANNABUSS, C. S. and WILDGOOSE, D. M., 1993. Management education and training for librarians in Scotland. IFLA Journal, 19 (3), pp. 280-291
    This paper is a report on research into management education and training for librarians, which was initiated and funded by the Library and Information Services Committee (Scotland) [LISC(S)]. It outlines the origin of the ...
  • The media and communication industries: flexible friends or foes? 

    Marcella, Rita; Illingworth, Lorraine; Baxter, Graeme (MeCCSA/AMPE (Organisers), 2007-01-10)
    MARCELLA, R., ILLINGWORTH, L. and BAXTER, G. 2007. The media and communication industries: flexible friends or foes? Presented at the 3rd joint Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) with Association of Media Practice Educators (AMPE) conference, 10-12 January 2007, Coventry, UK.
    This conference paper presented the key results of the research project 'Women in the Scottish Creative Industries', funded by the European Social Fund. This research explored the equality policy and practice in companies ...
  • Multi-disciplinary sustainable energy initiative wins CIWEM Arts, Water and the Environement award. 

    Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM, 2016-10-25)
    CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. 2016. Multi-disciplinary sustainable energy initiative wins CIWEM Arts, Water and the Environement award. London: CIWEM [online]. Available from: http://www.ciwem.org/multi-disciplinary-sustainable-energy-initiative-wins-ciwem-arts-water-and-the-environment-award/
    CIWEM press release about an award given to ecoartscotland (Chris Fremantle of RGU) and the Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) for the LAGI Glasgow project.
  • Narrating the decline of subsistence entrepreneurship in a Scottish fishing community: 1934-2004. 

    Smith, Robert (Emerald http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/13552550610644472, 2006)
    SMITH, R., 2006. Narrating the decline of subsistence entrepreneurship in a Scottish fishing community: 1934-2004. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 12 (1), pp. 40-62.
    Purpose ? The purpose of this research paper is to explore the decline of subsistence entrepreneurship in a ?Scottish Fishing Community?, namely the village of Gourdon in Kincardineshire, Scotland over a 60-year period. ...
  • “Nursing by the long stretch of the arm”: an exploration of community nursing middle managers’ experiences of role enactment within Community Health Partnerships in three regions of Scotland. 

    Allan, Elaine (Robert Gordon University School of Nursing and Midwifery, 2014-12)
    Aim: This thesis aimed to explore community nursing middle manager role enactment in managing change within Community Health Partnerships (CHPs) in three regions of Scotland from 2008-2011. Background: CHPs were established ...
  • Online parliamentary election campaigns in Scotland: a decade of research. 

    Baxter, Graeme; Marcella, Rita (Danube-University Krems http://www.jedem.org/article/view/210/178, 2013)
    BAXTER, G. and MARCELLA, R., 2013. Online parliamentary election campaigns in Scotland: a decade of research. eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government, 5 (2), pp. 107-127.
    Over the last ten years, the authors have conducted a series of investigations into the use of the Internet by political parties and individual candidates during parliamentary election campaigns in Scotland. These are the ...
  • The people behind the philanthropy: an investigation into the lives and motivations of library philanthropists in Scotland between 1800 and 1914. 

    Sked, Katrina M. L.; Reid, Peter H. (Maney Publishing http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/174581608X295284, 2008-03)
    SKED, KATRINA M. L. and REID, PETER H., 2008. The people behind the philanthropy: an investigation into the lives and motivations of library philanthropists in Scotland between 1800 and 1914. Library History, 24 (1), pp. 48-63.
    Examines Scottish library philanthropists in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, a key period in the development of the public library service. Utilizing the technique of prosopography, which goes beyond ...