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Acknowledgement This research has been funded by the British Resorts and Destinations Association (BRADA) and more than twenty of its member authorities, with additional financial contributions from the South East of England Development Agency, the North West of England Development Agency and Visit Wales (Welsh Assembly Government). The authors are grateful(More)
Draft: please do not quote without the permission of the authors 2 ABSTRACT Horizontal priorities came to prominence in EU policy in the mid 1990s and became a formal regulatory requirement for the 2000-2006 Structural Funds programmes. Particular emphasis was placed on equal opportunities between men and women and on environmental sustainability. This(More)
This paper examines attempts to integrate environmental sustainability goals into the design and implementation of projects funded by the EU Structural Funds programmes in the U.K. between 2000 and 2006. It does so by comparing how the two ―horizontal priorities‖ (environmental sustainability and gender equality) fared in terms of understanding and(More)
Rural areas across Europe face a range of problems, including declining farm incomes, ageing populations, unstable housing markets, high levels of outward migration or long distance commuting, withdrawal of basic services and difficulties faced by those without access to a car or public transport routes. The policy response at EU and national levels has(More)
This paper describes the use of an electrogoniometer to measure angular movements of the hip joints of a large number of 'normal' people. The object of the study was to establish a statistically significant data base for the movements of the hip joints during functional activities against which the movements of pathological hips could be compared. The(More)
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