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Policing cultural change and 'structures of feeling' in post-war england

Socio-Legal Studies | 01 September 1997

This research will investigate public and professional understandings of policing in relation to english social history since 1945. It will examine how policing has been officially represented in the post-war period; how different sections of the eng ...

Co-occurrence of positive and negative affect following miscarriage?

Dr M Johnson | Psychology | 01 September 2003

Much of the previous research looking at miscarriage has explored this experience from the point of view of how negative and psychologically damaging the event is. There is now substantial evidence that many women and men are affected deeply by losin ...

The europeanisation of national political parties

Professor Thomas Poguntke | Political Science and International Relations | 01 January 2003

Political parties occupy a vital position in the workings of parliamentary government in western europe. Research and analysis over the past ten years has documented the increased impact of the european union (eu) on the policies and policy-making pr ...

Measuring the fear of crime with greater accuracy

Professor Stephen Farrall | Statistics, Computing and Methodology | 01 October 2002

The current questions which survey companies and the government rely upon to measure peoples fear of crime are likely to exaggerate the extent of their fears. The proposed research, drawing upon current thinking on the best ways to design survey ques ...

Laboratory and real world incidental invariance learning

Dr Steve Kelly | Psychology | 01 September 2002

Learning about an invariant quality of a stimulus set without such knowledge being consciously known has been demonstrated in laboratory tasks. Only recently has such learning been shown to occur for real world invariant features (such as the queen’s ...

Surviving prison in later life

Professor Richard Sparks | Sociology | 01 June 2002

In british criminology, the links between old age and imprisonment are rarely made, yet the number of elderly prisoners is steadily increasing. This research addresses this emergent problem through a programme of observation and interviews in four en ...

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