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Personalised TV ads are the future – but is it time to panic?

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Blake, J. (2015)
Personalised TV ads are the future – but is it time to panic?
TV Advertising is evolving quickly. This article examines how the popularity of viewing content on mobile platforms is changing the way we advertise. VOD and OTT media servi...

Children’s gaze behaviour at real-world and simulated road crossings

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Egan, C. D. Children’s gaze behaviour at real-world and simulated road crossings. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/5424
Children and older adults are overrepresented in pedestrian accidents (Department for Transport, 2010a, 2010b). Gaze behaviour is cited as a contributing factor in the majorit...

The Opportunities and Challenges of the Changing Public Services Landscape for the Third Sector in Scotland: A Longitudinal Study Year One Report: Baseline Findings

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Osborne, S. P., Honore, E., Bond, S., & Dutton, M. (2011)
The Opportunities and Challenges of the Changing Public Services Landscape for the Third Sector in Scotland: A Longitudinal Study Year One Report: Baseline Findings
This research report outlines the findings from the first year of a three year longitudinal study examining the opportunities and challenges facing third sector organisations ...

Begging, rough sleeping and social exclusion: Implications for social policy.

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Kennedy, C., & Fitzpatrick, S. (2001)
Begging, rough sleeping and social exclusion: Implications for social policy. Urban Studies, 38, 2001-2016. https://doi.org/10.1080/00420980120080907
Begging has become highly visible in the urban centres of Britain in recent years, yet the experiences and motivations of people involved in this activity have remained underr...

‘New’ technologies and journalism practice in Africa: Towards a critical sociological approach.

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Mabweazara, H. (2009)
‘New’ technologies and journalism practice in Africa: Towards a critical sociological approach. In N. Hyde-Clarke (Ed.), Citizen Journalism and Alternative Avenues of Communication, 11-30. Juta & Co
This chapter suggests a critical sociological approach in terms of which we can closely examine the use of ‘new’ technologies by journalists in Africa. It argues that to under...

Breaking the Rules: writing reflectively for yourself.

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Cowan, J. (2008)
Breaking the Rules: writing reflectively for yourself. In N. L. Mertens (Ed.), Writing, Processes, Tools and Techniques, 109-113. Nova Science Publishers
The rules which epitomise good writing may on occasions be broken, deliberately and with what the writers judge to be good purpose. This can well occur when students or staff ...

Rethinking the consumption of places

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Rakić, T., & Chambers, D. (2012)
Rethinking the consumption of places. Annals of Tourism Research, 39, 1612-1633. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2011.12.003
The phenomenological concept of embodiment has underpinned the ‘performance turn’ in tourism studies which, along with the ‘mobilities paradigm’, has contributed to the disrup...

Innovative techniques in tourism research: An exploration of visual methods and academic filmmaking

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Rakić, T., & Chambers, D. (2010)
Innovative techniques in tourism research: An exploration of visual methods and academic filmmaking. International Journal of Tourism Research, 12, 379-389. https://doi.org/10.1002/jtr.761
While visual methods have long been utilised as legitimate research techniques in the social sciences, within mainstream tourism research these techniques are rarely employed....

Globalisation, collective action and counter-coordination: The use of the new information communication technology by the Malaysian labour movement.

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Grieco, M., & Bhopal, M. (2005)
Globalisation, collective action and counter-coordination: The use of the new information communication technology by the Malaysian labour movement. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 1, 109-122. https://doi.org/10.1108/17422040510595627
This article aims to explore the use of new information communication technology by the Malaysian labour movement. New information communication technologies are undoubtedly g...

The ‘employability gap’: long-term unemployment and barriers to work in buoyant labour markets.

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McQuaid, R. W., & Lindsay, C. (2002)
The ‘employability gap’: long-term unemployment and barriers to work in buoyant labour markets. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 20, 613-629. https://doi.org/10.1068/c22m
We analyse the main barriers limiting the employability of long-term unemployed job seekers within a local labour market characterised by generally high levels of demand. We u...

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