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Making Positive Family Memories Together and Improving Quality-of-Life Through Thick Sociality and Bonding at Local Community Festivals and Events
Our study contributes to the current research on tourism and quality-of-life (QOL) by investigating Memorable Event Experiences (MEE), as a primary resource for familial bonding and memory creation. A mixed methods approach ...
The role of school-based health education in adolescent spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
Background: The broad nature of young people’s development is internationally acknowledged, which includes physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social elements. In England, schools have a legal obligation to promote ...
Socioeconomic Differences and the Potential Role of Tribes in Young People’s Food and Drink Purchasing Outside School at Lunchtime
Socioeconomic deprivation has been linked to food consumption practices, but studies investigating the food environment around schools provide mixed findings. Peer influence and marketing cues are considered important ...
The Platformisation Of Work In Europe: Highlights from research in 13 European countries
(Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 2019-07-09)
The Platformisation Of Work In Europe: Results from research in 13 European countries
(Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 2019-07)
The mitigating role of ecological health assets in adolescent cyberbullying victimization
Over the last decade, cyberbullying has emerged as a public health concern among young people. Cyberbullying refers to intentional harmful behaviors and communication carried out repeatedly using electronic media. Considerable ...
Prevalence of drug-herb and drug-supplement interactions in older adults : A cross-sectional survey
Background Polypharmacy is common among older adults, with increasing numbers also using prescription drugs with herbal medicinal products (HMPs) and dietary supplements. There is no reliable evidence from the UK on ...
Online, on call: : the spread of digitally-organised just-in-time working and its implications for standard employment models
This article questions whether the dominant policy discourse, in which a normative model of standard employment is counterposed to ‘non-standard’ or ‘atypical’ employment, enables us to capture the diversity of fluid labour ...
Compassion on University Degree Programmes at a UK University: The Neuroscience of Effective Group work
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the neuroscience that underpins the psychology of compassion as a competency. We explain why this cognitive competency is now taught and assessed on modules of different ...
Work in the European Gig Economy : Research Results from the UK, Sweden, Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Italy
(Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 2017-11)