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Peace Profile: Gilbert Murray

Peace Review 32(3) pp 401-408 The Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 has shown once again the fundamental importance of international co-operation, and especially on intellectual and scientific matters. How to achieve this and to make it effective have been central concerns of global institutions in the twentieth and present centuries. The potential of such co-operation for…

Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties
School exclusions in Wales: policy discourse and policy enactment

Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties: Excluded Lives, 26(1) pp 19-30 This paper contributes to our growing understanding of the processes underpinning contrasting rates of school exclusions both within and across the different jurisdictions of the UK. Wales is often compared favourably to its larger neighbour England, where rates of permanent exclusions have risen dramatically in recent…

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Disability and labor market outcomes

IZA World of Labor, 2021, 253 In Europe, about one in eight people of working age report having a disability; that is, a long-term limiting health condition. Despite the introduction of a range of legislative and policy initiatives designed to eliminate discrimination and facilitate retention of and entry into work, disability is associated with substantial and…

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The Persistence of Union Membership within the Coalfields of Britain

Spatial variance in union membership has been attributed to the favourable attitudes that persist in areas with an historical legacy of trade unionism. Within the United Kingdom, villages and towns located in areas once dominated by coalmining remain among the strongest and most durable bases for the trade union movement. This article empirically examines the…

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Who Counts as an Authentic Indigenous? Collective Identity Negotiations in the Chilean Urban Context

Sociology 55(1) pp 129-145 While increasing numbers of Indigenous peoples worldwide live in cities, mainstream research and practice continue to render urban indigeneity invisible and assume that Indigenous groups remain confined to a rural homeland. As a strategy of resistance to assimilation to their nation-states, Indigenous peoples in cities have tended to foster conceptions of ethno-cultural…

Pandemic Citizenship: Will COVID-19 Reinforce Nation-States’ Borders and Liquify Citizens?

Academia Letters Article 910 Amidst COVID-19 crisis and further into aftermath of the hyper-connected and hyper-virialised current societies, nation-state borders seem to be at stake (Calzada, 2021). The social and economic effects of the pandemic are profound and pervasive for an emerging regime of citizenship: ‘pandemic citizenship’. ‘Pandemic citizenship’, therefore, could be described as follows (Calzada,…

Wellbeing trajectories around life events in Australia

Economic Modelling 93 pp 499-509 Wellbeing trajectories around key life events are calculated using HILDA data for Australia. Employing a panel quantile approach, a pan-distributional analysis of these major events identifies distinctive adjustment patterns across the subjective wellbeing distribution and differing orders of magnitudes. For all life aspects analysed, immediate impacts tend to be more…

Développer un écosystème de preuves dans un petit pays : leçons galloises

 Revue internationale d’éducation de Sèvres 85 pp 135-142 Title Translates as Developing an education evidence ecosystem in a small country: Lessons from Wales This paper explores the challenges of developing an education ‘evidence ecosystem’ for Wales. It might be argued that Wales provides the perfect environment for developing such an ecosystem because of its size, commitment…

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Examining Political Parties’ Record on Refugees and Asylum Seekers in UK Party Manifestos 1964-2019: The Rise of Territorial Approaches to Welfare?

Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 19(4) pp 488-510 This study addresses a key lacuna by analyzing political parties’ formative policy record on refugees’ and asylum seekers’ welfare in party manifestos for state-wide and meso-elections in the UK, 1964–2019. The findings confirm relational contrasts in issue-prioritization and the framing of pledges – between parties and across…