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Cyberbullying Presence, Extent, and Forms in a Midwestern Post-secondary Institution
This research study was an investigative inquiry as to the forms and characteristics of cyberbullying present in a midwestern post-secondary educational institution. Cyberbullying incidents haveExpand
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Balancing competing policy demands: the case of sustainable public sector food procurement
A focus on market-based green growth strategies to pursue sustainability goals neglects the pursuit of understanding how human health is interwoven with the health of eco-systems to deliverExpand
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Towards consensus? Centre-right parties and immigration policy in the UK and Ireland
The UK has long experience of immigration; Ireland until very recently was a country of emigration. Over the past decade both states have opened their borders to large numbers of economic migrants,Expand
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A missed opportunity? New Labour's European policy 1997–2005
When Tony Blair took office in 1997, he was seen as the most pro-European prime minister since Edward Heath and New Labour was seen as committed to the EU. Yet the record on Europe remains mixed. InExpand
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Democracy or technocracy? European integration and the problem of popular consent
We trace the historical evolution of the European Communities from the Schuman Plan to the Luxembourg crisis, exploring the underlying assumptions about popular involvement in those formative years.Expand
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The digital divide, health information and everyday life
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We develop Barkardjieva’s concept of the ‘warm expert’ to draw attention to the different types of information that people need in order to make sense of generic medical information that is relevant to their own circumstances. Expand
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Turned on or Turned Off? Accessing health information on the Internet
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This paper discusses on-going research investigating the ways Internet users and non-users access and manage information about specific health treatments. Expand
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Tax Expenditures and Public Health Financing in Australia
At various times in Australia's recent history, the Commonwealth government has used the tax system to support its public health policy goals. Tax concessions to particular industries or groups ofExpand
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Case Study: UK wheat to bread supply chain Task 3.5 : GLAMUR (Global and Local food chain Assessment: a multidimensional performance-based approach)
The raised interest in local food, for example, has generated a myriad of business, civil society and policy initiatives, which have given a strong impulse to research. Research, in turn, hasExpand
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Using an electronic assessment system for nursing students on placements.
Electronic assessment is gaining popularity in clinically based elements of pre-registration nurse education. In this study, the authors explored student nurse and mentor experiences duringExpand
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