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Pandemic peak SARS-CoV-2 infection and seroconversion rates in London frontline health-care workers
There was a trend towards a higher infection rate in participants younger than 30 years compared to those older than 50 years, with a reduction in log odds of positivity by 0·035 per year, and the mean duration of SARS-CoV-2 detection was 29 days. Expand
Writing on the wall: The form, function and meaning of tagging
Tagging is a globally relevant occupation typically engaged in by adolescents, particularly those likely to come into contact with social and healthcare services (Fuhrer, 2004). This discussion aimsExpand
A ‘fair cop’: Queer histories, affect and police image work in Pride March
This article investigates how proactive police image work contends with the politics of queer history by drawing from aspects of affect theory. It asks: How does police image work engage with orExpand
Pathways, race and gender responsive reform: Through an abolitionist lens
In this article we take stock of a recent moment in penal history in Victoria, Australia, where agencies have implemented gender responsive policies to address the disproportionate growth in women’sExpand
Examining conscientiousness as a key resource in resisting email interruptions: Implications for volatile resources and goal achievement
Although resisting or avoiding an email interruption was perceived to hinder well‐being goal achievement by Conscientious people, it had neither a positive nor negative impact on task goal achievement. Expand
Estimating the effectiveness of routine asymptomatic PCR testing at different frequencies for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 infections
Routine asymptomatic testing can enable detection of a high proportion of infected individuals early in their infection, provided that the testing is frequent and the time from testing to notification of results is sufficiently fast. Expand
Carceral Pride: The Fusion of Police Imagery with LGBTI Rights
This paper reflects upon the adoption of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) rights discourse and imagery in police public relations and problematises the construction of policeExpand
Ambivalent investments: lessons from LGBTIQ efforts to reform policing
  • E. Russell
  • Political Science
  • Current Issues in Criminal Justice
  • 19 June 2019
ABSTRACT Despite their longstanding role in upholding heteronormativity, police forces are becoming increasingly concerned to publicly demonstrate their support for lesbian, gay, bisexual,Expand