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Socio-psychological analyses of family discourse

Prof Billig | Psychology | 01 October 1988

The proposed research will analyse the ways that ordinary british families talk about the monarchy and will develop the theoretical approach of the loughborough rhetoric and discourse group (see, for example, billig, 198 ...

International implications of the deregulation of us civil aviation

Prof Button | Management and Business Studies | 01 June 1988

Aims and methods (as at end of award) : the aim of this very small project was to look at the international implications of the deregulation of us domestic aviation which took place in the mid-1970s. In particular, the relevance of the us experience ...

Decision-making processes in voluntary sector transport provision

Professor Alan Bryman | 01 November 1987

The past ten years have witnessed a tremendous growth in the number and variety of transport services provided by the transport sector. These services share a common concern for the mobility and accessibility needs of a number of disadvantaged groups ...

Induced demand for air transport

Prof Caves | 01 March 1987

Air transport is used much less in the rest of the united kingdom than in the south east. It is difficult to know whether this is due to there being little need to fly or whether it is due to lack of opportunity. This is because the characteristics o ...

Regulating the spaces of sex work: assessing the impact of prostitution law

Professor Philip Hubbard | Human Geography | 01 June 2005

This inter-disciplinary project will explore how the spatial distribution of sex work in four cities (london, edinburgh, amsterdam and stockholm) has been shaped by particular socio-legal modes of regulation. This exploration is particularly timely g ...

Voluntary activity in a changing communications environment

Dr David Deacon | Sociology | 19 April 1992

Voluntary organisations and charities devote a great deal of effort to publicity and public relations. Demands for more active citizenship and greater support for volunteering depend on the effectiveness of such work at a time when public policy is g ...

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