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Breuer, Anita and Landman, Todd and Farquhar, Dorothea (2014) Social media and protest mobilization: evidence from the Tunisian revolution. Democratization, 22 (4). pp. 764-792. ISSN 1743-890X

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Defever, Fabrice and Riaño, Alejandro (2015) Gone for good? Subsidies with export share requirements in China: 2002–13. World Bank Economic Review, 29 (supp 1). S135-S144. ISSN 1564-698X

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Fu, Shaoling and Zhan, YuanZhu and Tan, Kim Hua (2016) Managing social responsibility in Chinese agriculture supply chains through the “a company + farmers” model. European Business Review . ISSN 0955-534X (In Press)

Feng, Xiao and Foody, Giles and Aplin, Paul and Gosling, Simon (2015) Enhancing the spatial resolution of satellite-derived land surface temperature mapping for urban areas. Sustainable Cities and Society, 19 . pp. 341-348. ISSN 2210-6707

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Gegout, Catherine (2016) Unethical power Europe? Something fishy about EU trade and development policies. Third World Quarterly . ISSN 1360-2241 (In Press)

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Hartley, Sarah (2015) Policy masquerading as science: an examination of non-state actor involvement in European risk assessment policy for genetically modified animals. Journal of European Public Policy, 23 (2). pp. 276-295. ISSN 1350-1763

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Landman, Todd (2016) Rigorous morality: norms, values, and the comparative politics of human rights. Human Rights Quarterly, 38 (1). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1085-794X

Lee, Kevin and Morley, James and Shields, Kalvinder (2015) The meta Taylor rule. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 47 (1). pp. 73-98. ISSN 0022-2879

Lee, Chun-Yi Taiwan and China in a global value chain: the case of the electronics industry. In: Taiwan's impact on China: why soft power matters more than economic or political inputs. The Nottingham China Policy Institute Series . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783319337494

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McIntyre, Joanna and Jones, Susan (2016) Connecting community through film in ITE English. In: Students, places and identities in English and the arts. Routledge, London. (In Press)

Martinez Dy, Angela Carmina and Marlow, Susan and Martin, Lee (2016) A web of opportunity or the same old story? Women digital entrepreneurs and intersectionality theory. Human Relations . ISSN 0018-7267

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Pierson, Christopher and Humpage, Louise (2016) Coming together or drifting apart? Income maintenance in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Politics and Policy, 44 (2). pp. 261-293. ISSN 1747-1346

Pearce, Warren and Hartley, Sarah and Nerlich, Brigitte (2016) Transparency: issues are not that simple. Nature, 531 (7592). p. 35. ISSN 1476-4687

Parry, Becky (2015) Arts-based approaches to research with children: living with mess. In: Visual methods with children and young people: academics and visual industries in dialogue. Studies in childhood and youth . Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 89-98. ISBN 9781349580279

Parry, Becky (2014) Popular culture, participation and progression in the literacy classroom. Literacy, 48 (1). pp. 14-22. ISSN 1741-4369

Parry, Becky (2009) Reading and re-reading Shrek. English in Education, 43 (2). pp. 148-161. ISSN 1754-8845

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Raman, Sujatha and Mohr, Alison (2014) A social licence for science: capturing the public or co-constructing research? Social Epistemology, 28 (3-4). pp. 258-276. ISSN 0269-1728

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Wright, Nick and Nerlich, Brigitte (2006) Use of the deficit model in a shared culture of argumentation: the case of foot and mouth science. Public Understanding of Science, 15 (3). pp. 331-342. ISSN 0963-6625

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