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Profiling fluency: an analysis of individual variation in disfluencies in adult males
Individual variation in non-fluency behaviour in normally fluent (NF) adults, is investigated. Differences among speakers in the usage of a range of features such as filled and silent pauses, sound prolongations, repetition ...
Cul-de-sacs and narrative data analysis - a less than straightforward journey
This article focuses on the methodological journey I took as a novice narrative inquirer, particularly regarding data analysis, for my doctoral data; a journey characterised by floundering, meandering, wrong turns and ...
Spirited Away: Dream Work, the Outsider, and the Representation of Transylvania in the Pied Piper and Dracula Myth in Britain and Germany
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2017-12-01)
We may question the representation of Bram Stoker’s and Robert Browning’s Transylvania but we need to be careful with our contemporary desire to tie the texts too closely to their socio-historical contexts. This approach ...
Lessons from Love-Locks: The archaeology of a contemporary assemblage
Loss of context is a challenge, if not the bane, of the ritual archaeologist’s craft. Those who research ritual frequently encounter difficulties in the interpretation of its often tantalisingly incomplete material record. ...
Forgiveness: a work of love?
What difference would it make to our understanding of the process of interpersonal forgiveness to treat it as what Kierkegaard calls a ‘work of love’? In this article, I argue that such an approach – which I label ‘love’s ...
Work in Progress: The Development of EU External Engagement on Energy
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-11-14)
This book addresses the EU’s potential to become a more joined-up global actor in its external engagement. It uses a single and innovative analytical framework to examine three clusters of policies: EU internal sectoral ...
(Cinnamon Press, 2017-11-01)
Cold Crash, a historical thriller, follows archaeologist and pilot Maxine ‘Max’ Falkland as she stumbles into a Soviet operation on the Isle of Mull in 1952.
How Long Have We Believed in Vampires
Shakespeare and the Undead
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2017-10-28)
This chapter is based on the work of the Open Graves, Open Minds: Vampires and the Undead in Modern Culture Research Project at the University of Hertfordshire. The project relates the undead in literature, art, and other ...