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Eye Contact: Photographing Indigenous Australians
Eye contact: photographing Indigenous Australians Jane Lydon Duke University Press, Durham and London, 2005, xxvi+303pp, ISBN 0822335727 I begin this review with an admission. Not versed in the
The UK government and the 0.7% international aid target: Opinion among Conservative parliamentarians
This is the first article to use a detailed dataset of the 2010 - 2015 Parliamentary Conservative Party (PCP) to identify the drivers of MPs’ positions on legally enshrining a commitment to spend
The British Labour Party and leadership election mandate(s) of Jeremy Corbyn: patterns of opinion and opposition within the parliamentary Labour Party
ABSTRACT This paper offers the first systematic evaluation of opinion within the 2015–2017 parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) towards the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. We do this by identifying whether
The Conservative Party Leadership Election of 2016: An Analysis of the Voting Motivations of Conservative Parliamentarians
This article provides the first systematic examination of the voting motivations of Conservative MPs in the final parliamentary ballot of the Conservative Party leadership election of 2016. We
The strange death of Tory Liverpool: Conservative electoral decline in Liverpool, 1945–1996
In modern discourse, Liverpool is a by-word for anti-Tory sentiment, yet the city has not always been so inhospitable for the Conservatives. From the mid-18th century until the 1970s, the
Theresa May and the Conservative Party leadership confidence motion of 2018: analysing the voting behaviour of Conservative Parliamentarians
This article provides the first systematic academic appraisal of the confidence motion against the Conservative Party leadership of Theresa May in late 2018. We construct a detailed dataset of the
Deafness and Challenging Behaviour: The 360¿ Perspective
In the preface to this volume, editors Sally Austen and Dave Jeffery note that ‘‘. communication is the key to large parts of the cause, prevention, and resolution of challenging behavior’’ (p. xii).
Suleika and Hatem revisited: uncovering the material advantages of identifying as a male composer
ABSTRACT Persuasive arguments have been made for the existence of pedagogical discourses that invoke gender as a factor in the ascription of quality to musical compositions, and previous research has
Book Review: Timothy Heppell and David Seawright (eds), Cameron and the Conservatives: The Transition to Coalition Government
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