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  • Kurki, Milja (2007-03-01)
    Drawing on the anti-positivist philosophy of science of Roy Bhaskar, ‘critical realism’1 has sought to challenge some of the core assumptions theorists hold on the nature of explanation and science in IR theoretical inquiry.2 ...
  • Martin Russell (Taylor & Francis, 2004)
  • Booth, Ken (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2005)
    Realist assumptions of security studies increasingly have been challenged by an approach that places the human being, rather than the state, at the center of security concerns. This text is an indispensable statement of ...
  • Marie; Jeroen; Richard Dean Wells (Taylor & Francis, 2009-02)
    In response to the growth of a critical perspective on contemporary issues of terrorism, this edited volume brings together a number of leading scholars to debate the new subfield of 'critical terrorism studies'. In the ...
  • Woycicki, Piotr (2014-09-30)
    This article will explore how avant-garde artistic practices in the field of mixed reality performance, namely pervasive games such as Blast Theory’s Can You See Me Now? (2003) critically engage with the proliferation and ...
  • Jenny; Nick; Department of International Politics (Taylor & Francis, 2009-02-10)
    A wide range of critical theorists is used in the study of international politics, and until now there has been no text that gives concise and accessible introductions to these figures. Critical Theorists and International ...
  • Linklater, Andrew (Routledge, 2008-11-10)
    Andrew Linklater has been one of the most innovative thinkers in international relations, introducing critical and ethical elements into the discipline which has forced it to rethink many of its basic assumptions. This ...
  • Andrew (Taylor & Francis, 2007-09-17)
    Andrew Linklater has been one of the most innovative thinkers in international relations, introducing critical and ethical elements into the discipline which has forced it to rethink many of its basic assumptions. This ...
  • Davies, Winifred (Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2009-03-09)
    This paper was inspired by earlier research amongst teachers in parts of central Germany, which established that the informants had a relatively low level of sociolinguistic awareness. It has also been influenced by the ...
  • Davies, Winifred (Peter Lang, 2000)
    This paper was inspired by earlier research amongst teachers in parts of central Germany, which established that the informants had a relatively low level of sociolinguistic awareness. It has also been influenced by the ...
  • Croft 
    Prosiect AHRC ar Welsh Genealogies P.C. Bartrum; AHRC Project on P.C. Bartrum’s Welsh Genealogies (Adran y Gymraeg, Prifysgol Aberystwyth/Welsh Department, Aberystwyth University, 2010)
  • Morgan, Mihangel (Y Lolfa, 2003)
    An entertaining novel portraying the inventive creation of the main character, namely a record of the colourful and tragic lives of the inhabitants of an imaginary Victorian village where life is not as it first appears, ...
  • Abberton, M. T.; Jenkins, Glyn; Humphreys, M. W.; Marshall, A. H. (2009-07-01)
  • Abberton, Michael T.; Theodorou, Michael K.; Andrews, M.; Skøt, Leif (2010-01-10)
    The papers include general overviews concerning the future direction and priorities in forage crop breeding, as well as grassland and livestock research and knowledge transfer for developing profitable livestock systems ...
  • Athole Hay; Alexander Allan; Simon; Irene Mary; Catherine Jane; Timothy; Ethel (2013-02-01)
    Oats are a low input cereal widely grown across the world as both a grain and forage crop. Significant areas of production are in Northern Europe and North America and also in China and Australia. Although a traditional ...
  • Bastida, E.; Mahmud, Salim; Walde, Thomas; Okoye, Adaeze (2007)
    Sovereignty, territory, and boundaries are key concepts of public international law. They define essential attributes of a state, the primary subject of international law. Sovereignty represents 'the basic constitutional ...
  • Peak, Emily; Hoffmann, Karl (2011-06-01)
    Parasitic worms (helminths) within the Phyla Nematoda and Platyhelminthes are responsible for some of the most debilitating and chronic infectious diseases of human and animal populations across the globe. As no subunit ...
  • Olusanya, Olaoluwa; Cancino, Jeffrey M. (2012-11)
    Prisoner re-entry literature has primarily been framed as a problem that affects all types of ex-offenders, regardless of race. Surprisingly, the issue of race has been ignored in most of the literature on prisoner re-entry. ...
  • Al-Wreikat, Asma; Rafferty, Pauline; Foster, Allen (2015)
    The user population of academic databases is heterogeneous consisting of users of disparate languages background, computer skills, different needs and different ways in expressing those needs. Academic databases provide ...
  • Giagkos, Alexandros; Wilson, Myra S. (2009-08-31)
    The field of robotics relies heavily on various technologies such as mechanical and electronic engineering, computing systems, and wireless communication. The latter plays a significant role in the area of mobile robotics ...