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'This just isn't sustainable': precarious employment, stress and workers' health.
FROM JOB STRAIN TO EMPLOYMENT STRAIN: HEALTH EFFECTS OF PRECARIOUS EMPLOYMENT
This article examines the relationship between health and the organization of precarious employment. We develop the concept of "employment strain" to capture the characteristics of precarious…
The Anglo-Norman Language and its Contexts
The question of the development of Anglo-Norman [the variety of medieval French used in the British Isles], and the role it played in the life of the medieval English kingdom, is currently a major…
‘According to the custom used in French and Scottish wars’: Prisoners and casualties on the Scottish Marches in the fourteenth century
- A. King
- History, Economics
- 1 September 2002
Introduction: Anglo-Scottish relations in the fourteenth century - an overview of recent research
Fortresses and fashion statements: gentry castles in fourteenth-century Northumberland
- A. King
- 1 December 2007
The Soldier in Later Medieval England
This chapter is an entree into the work of the qSoldier in Later Medieval Englandq project, based at the Universities of Reading and Southampton in the UK. It describes the contextual background to…
The first Harrison Lecture, 1974. The life and times of Colonel Harrison.
- A. King
- HistoryThe British journal of venereal diseases
- 1 December 1974
It is said that the devil quotes scripture for his purposes, so may I be allowed to open with that quotation from the Book of Ecclesaisticus.
The invisible health risks of precarious employment
The invisible health risks of precarious employment Wayne Lewchuk, Alice de Wolff, Andy King, and Michael Polanyi McMaster University, York University, Canada, United Steel Workers of America and…