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Managers' roles in the evolution of business knowledge

Professor John Storey | Sociology | 01 October 2003

This research project builds on ideas from knowledge management and dynamic capabilities in order to reveal their practical potential at strategic levels. In recent years there has been a growing recognition that knowledge – especially new knowledge ...

Social identities and social action programme: directors interim contract

Professor Margaret Susan Wetherell | Sociology | 01 June 2003

The identity and social action programme seeks to deepen our understanding of the processes involved in the making of selves, groups and communities. The focus is on how people are constituted in various social sites and how identity practices create ...

Creating citizen-consumers: changing relationships and identifications

Professor John Clarke | Social Policy | 01 April 2003

Between 2003 and 2005 we explored people’s experiences and expectations of using public services in england (health care, social care and policing). We were prompted to do the study by the way new labour governments had justified public service ...

Cultural capital and social exclusion: a critical investigation

Professor Frederick Bennett | Sociology | 01 March 2003

The concept of cultural capital refers to the role that cultural tastes, knowledge, and abilities play in relation to the processes of class formation in contemporary societies. It has been influential in accounts of how the middle classes distinguis ...

Creative learning and student perspectives (clasp)

Mr Bob Jeffrey | Education | 01 January 2003

The clasp project involved ten european partners part funded by the european comission and co-ordinated by the award holder. Each partner, including the co-ordinator carried out research in three educational sites to:investigate teachers and students ...

Taxation futures for sustainable mobility

Professor S Potter | Environmental Planning | 01 January 2003

Economic instruments have been widely advocated to encourage the use of more sustainable forms of transport. However, the uk transport taxation regime was not primarily designed to effect behavioural change, but to provide a reliable income stream in ...

Professional academic writing in a global context

Dr Theresa Lillis | Education | 01 December 2002

The research examines how international academics whose first language is not english go about writing up their research and publishing it in english-language academic journals. Because english has become the dominant language of higher education acr ...

The basis of masking by object substitution

Professor Angus Gellatly | Psychology | 01 September 2002

The proposed research addresses fundamental issues concerning the genesis of visual awareness. Contrary to everyday understanding, we do not necessarily see what is in front of our eyes. This is because of the way in which the visual system works. Fa ...

Postdoctoral fellowship

Dr Kerry Platman | Management and Business Studies | 01 April 2002

Flexible employment has been put forward as a promising solution to ‘the problem’ of older workers, helping to alleviate the social and business difficulties associated with: economic inactivity among the 50 plus age group; the loss of skills and e ...

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