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  • Bliesemann de Guevara, Berit (2007)
    Diese Publikation beleuchtet die Arbeit der International Crisis Group und warnt vor unkritischer Annahme und Verwendung ihrer Berichte. Die Autorin erläutert das Tätigkeitsfeld und die Kompetenzen der International Crisis ...
  • Mitavskiy, Boris S.; Tuci, Elio; Cannings, Chris; Rowe, Jonathan; He, Jun (2013-12-01)
    The classical Geiringer theorem addresses the limiting frequency of occurrence of various alleles after repeated application of crossover. It has been adopted to the setting of evolutionary algorithms and, a lot more ...
  • Hughes, Ian (2013)
  • Griffiths, Hywel (Glenn Davidson, 2010-09-12)
    A Poetry Film for the Natural Environment Network. Screened at Natural Environment Framework 2010 and beyond: Leading by Example, 15-16 September 2010, Bangor.
  • Gender 
    Riley, Sarah; Evans, Adrienne (Springer Nature, 2017-04-12)
    This chapter explores some important issues for critical psychologists interested in gender. We consider how complex and changeable sex and gender categorisations are when we try to define them and draw on social constructionist ...
  • Kapphahn, Krista R. L. (Aberystwyth University, 2015)
    This project is a study of gender and genre in medieval Welsh Arthurian texts, focusing on variations between the so-called 'heroic' and 'courtly' genres, both of which underwent considerable adaptation within a Welsh ...
  • Hammel, Andrea (2016-04-21)
    This contribution examines the role of gender regarding memoirs by former Kindertransportees and other child refugees who fled to the UK. It will discuss both the different experiences of male and female Kindertransportees ...
  • Jurasz, Olga (Aberystwyth University, 2016)
    This thesis considers one of the most compelling challenges facing post-conflict societies: the situation of women in the aftermath of war and the adequacy (or not) of international law in addressing that situation. This ...
  • Prytherch, Anna Lyn; Sinnott, Eileen; Howells, Anne Elizabeth; Fuller-Love, Nerys; O'Gorman, Bill (2012-01-01)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to establish whether different gender groups develop in similar or dissimilar ways to conventional group formation patterns. Focussing primarily on Tuckman's model of group development, ...
  • Pollard, Lucy; Pritchard, Verena (2013-05-04)
    Background: Research on gender specific perceptions of male body attractiveness and peer comparison is rare and tends to focus on muscle related stimuli. Objectives: To determine; 1) whether male and female perceptions of ...
  • Thatcher, J.; Thatcher, Rhys; Dorling, D. (2004)
    Aim. ­This ­study exam­ined ­gender dif­fer­ences in the pre-com­pe­ti­tion tem­poral pat­terning of anx­iety and hor­monal ­responses. Methods. Six ­male and 6 ­female ­field ­hockey ­players com­pleted the mod­i­fied ...
  • Baron, Guy (Peter Lang, 2011-10)
  • Tod, D.; Hall, G.; Edwards, Christian (2012-09)
    We examined the Drive for Leanness Scale's gender invariance and its relationships with health-related behavior and body image-related drives. Men (N = 342) and women (N = 309) attending British universities completed the ...
  • Tang, Catherine So Kum; Chua, Zhiren; O, Jiaqing (Oxford University Press, 2010)
  • Dawson, Chris; Henley, Andrew (2015-04)
    This paper is concerned with whether women are less likely to express business start-up intentions because of a less favourable attitude to risk. Previous research suggests that attitude to risk differs significantly between ...
  • Dowell, David; Morrison, Mark (2008-12)
    The importance of trust in influencing relationship performance is well recognised in the relationship marketing literature, particularly for business to business relationships. However less well known is the relative ...
  • Johnston, David A.; Dunne, David W.; Fitzpatrick, Jennifer M.; Hoffmann, Karl F.; Vang Johansen, Maria (2010-10-22)
    Host inflammatory responses directed against eggs laid by sexually-mature Schistosoma japonicum female worms instigate lesion formation and associated clinical pathologies during infection. To identify parasite gene ...
  • Fitzpatrick, Jennifer M; Johansen, Maria Vang; Johnston, David A; Dunne, David W; Hoffmann, Karl F (2004-08)
    Host inflammatory responses directed against eggs laid by sexually-mature Schistosoma japonicum female worms instigate lesion formation and associated clinical pathologies during infection. To identify parasite gene ...
  • Chandler, Daniel; Griffiths, Merris (2000-09-01)
    Twenty years ago researchers found that quite apart from the manifest content of television commercials aimed at children, certain formal features showed a marked tendency to vary according to the sex of the target consumers: ...
  • Wuhrer, Manfred; Koeleman, Carolien A M; Fitzpatrick, Jennifer M; Hoffmann, Karl F; Deelder, André M; Hokke, Cornelis H (2006-10)
    Sex-specific gene expression by Schistosoma mansoni worms has been demonstrated at the transcriptome as well as the proteome levels. In view of the important role of glycans in the biology of schistosomes and the interaction ...