Lollipop Chainsaw

Known as: Juliet Starling 
Lollipop Chainsaw (ロリポップチェーンソー Roripoppu Chēn Sō) is a comedy horror action hack and slash video game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture for the… (More)
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2017
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2017
  • Maurice Keyworth, Diana Binti Abdul Wahab
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s ................................................................................................................................... 6 Joseph Choonara (Middlesex University) – Measuring Precarity ............................................. 6 Diana Binti Abdul Wahab (University of Leeds) First degree graduate earnings: wage differential between public-private sectors, gender, and ethnicity .......................................... 6 Maisie Aufderhorst-Roberts (University of Leeds) Change and contemporary challenges in the English and German apprenticeship systems: a comparative reviewError! Bookmark not defined. Ajlaa Shazwani Mokhtar (University of the West of England) Women in Senior Management Within Civil and Private Sectors’ Employment in Malaysia ................................ 7 Jessica Simpson (City University London) What happens next? A longitudinal, comparative study of female university students working in the UK sex industry and ‘mainstream’ employment ................................................................................ Error! Bookmark not defined. Mengyi Xu (Keele University) White-collar females on work-life balance: A case study of a state-owned company in urban China ...................................................................................... 8 Chris McLachlan (University of Leeds) Socially responsible restructuring (SRR): a framework ..................................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined. Jiachen Shi (University of Leeds) Employers’ HRM response to external economic factors – a case of the Chinese Financial Service Sector .......................................................................... 9 Gaurish Chawla (Durham University) The leader-follower myth: exploring leadership psycho-analytically ................................................................................................................... 10 Matthew Cole (University of Leeds) The politics of service production: experiences of lowwaged hospitality work in the UK ............................................................................................ 10 Chibuzo Ejiogu (Strathclyde University) High-Skilled Migrant Workers and the Changing Dynamics of Equality, Diversity and Voice: The Role of Civil Society Organisations in Regulating Work and Employment .......................................................................................... 11 Emma Hughes (Bangor University) Unpicking complexity of struggle in employment relations: the London Underground dispute and the broader political contested terrain ..... 11 Juliet Nagy (University of Leeds) Career progression in law SMEs in Leeds: experiences of a diverse workforce .................................................................................................................... 12 Gaurish Chawla (Durham University) Perfectionism at work: a myth ................................. 12 Meenakshi Sarkar (University of Leeds) British Pakistani Taxi Drivers: In a taxi, Stuck or going places? ............................................................................................................................ 13 
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2016
2016
s | 77 1Chonnam National University, Republic of Korea, 2Orygen Youth Health, Australia, 3Deakin University, Australia, 4Medical… (More)
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2016
2016
  • Sackey, ZY Nuru
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The research on nano-photonics has been on the increase recently. Among the materials that exhibit stunning optical properties… (More)
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2014
2014
This Article argues that commercial pressures are determining the news media's contemporary treatment of crime and violence, and… (More)
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2013
2013
Unlike rules governing discovery in civil cases, which require that the two sides exchange most information about their… (More)
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2011
2011
We are indebted to our test experimenters: Juliet Conlin and Verena Köstner. We would like to thank the staff of Zoo Berlin… (More)
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2009
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2009
The Prison Service’s increased emphasis on security and control has generated many obstacles for the effective delivery of… (More)
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2007
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2007
Margareth Santos Zanchetta and Marguerite Cognet, Ryerson University, Université Paris 7; Spyridoula Xenocostas and David Aoki… (More)
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2004
2004
An Active Context-Free Game is a game with two players (ROMEO and JULIET) on strings over a finite alphabet. In each move, JULIET… (More)
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2002
2002
Mathematical technology is a term referring to the interdisciplinary area combining applied mathematics, engineering and computer… (More)
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