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Beattie, Amanda Russell (2017). Storytelling as 'unorthodox' agency:negotiating the 2012 family immigration rules (United Kingdom). Politics, 37 (3), pp. 302-316.

Beattie, Amanda Russell (2017). The slowly structured classroom:Narrative time, lived experience and the contemporary he classroom. Knowledge Cultures, 5 (2), pp. 32-48.

Castro, Olga and Ergun, Emek (2017). Introduction: re-envisioning feminist translation studies: Feminisms in translation, translations in feminism. IN: Feminist translation studies: local and transnational perspectives. Castro, Olga and Ergun, Emek (eds) Advances in translation and interpreting studies . London (UK): Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Castro, Olga and Ergun, Emek (2017). Pedagogies of Feminist translation:rethinking difference and commonality across borders. IN: Feminist translation studies: local and transnational perspectives. Castro, Olga and Ergun, Emek (eds) Advances in translation and interpreting studies . London (UK): Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Castro, Olga, Mainer, Sergi and Page, Svetlana (2017). Introduction: self-translating, from minorisation to empowerment. IN: Self-translation and power: negotiating identities in multilingual Europe. Castro, Olga; Mainer, Sergi and Page, Svetlana (eds) Palgrave Studies in Translating and Interpreting . Basingstoke (UK): Palgrave Macmillan.

Dister, Anne and Labeau, Emmanuelle (2017). Le corpus de français parlé à Bruxelles:origines, hypothèses, développements et prédictions. Cahiers AFLS, 21 (1),

Fooks, Gary Jonas, Smith, Julia, Lee, Kelley and Holden, Chris (2017). Controlling corporate influence in health policy making? An assessment of the implementation of article 5.3 of the World Health Organization framework convention on tobacco control. Globalization and health, 13 ,

Fooks, Gary and Mills, Tom (2017). Is EU regulation really so bad for the UK? The Conversation Trust (UK).

Fooks, Gary and Mills, Tom (2017). The tolerable cost of European Union regulation:leaving the EU and the market for politically convenient facts. Journal of Social Policy, 46 (4), pp. 719-743.

Fredriksson, Mio, Eriksson, Max and Tritter, Jonathan (2017). Who wants to be involved in health care decisions? Comparing preferences for individual and collective involvement in England and Sweden. BMC Public Health, 18 ,

Fredriksson, Mio, Eriksson, Max and Tritter, Jonathan Q (2017). Involvement that makes an impact on healthcare:Perceptions of the Swedish public. Scandinavian journal of public health, Novemb ,

Fredriksson, Mio and Tritter, Jonathan Q. (2017). Disentangling patient and public involvement in healthcare decisions:why the difference matters. Sociology of health and illness, 39 (1), 95–111.

Fuller, Crispian and West, Karen (2017). The possibilities and limits of political contestation in times of ‘urban austerity’. Urban Studies, 54 (9), pp. 2087-2106.

Gremler, Claudia and Wielander, Elisabeth (2017). The benefits of student-led video production in the language for business classroom. IN: Cases on audio-visual media in language education. Xiang, Catherine Hua (ed.) Hershey, PA (US): IGI Global.

Guimarães Barboza, Beatriz Regina and Castro, Olga (2017). (Re)examinando horizontes nos estudos feministas de tradução:em direção a uma terceira onda? TradTerm, 29 (Julho ), pp. 216-250.

Hayes, Graeme (2017). Regimes of austerity. Social movement studies, 16 (1), pp. 21-35.

Hinton, Daniel P. and Higson, Helen (2017). A large-scale examination of the effectiveness of anonymous marking in reducing group performance differences in higher education assessment. PLoS ONE, 12 (8),

Jones, C.M., Green, J.P. and Higson, H.E. (2017). Do work placements improve final year academic performance or do high-calibre students choose to do work placements? Studies in Higher Education, 42 (6), pp. 976-992.

Jones, Demelza (2017). Considering (auto)biography in teaching and learning about race and racism in a diverse university. Teaching in Higher Education, 22 (7), pp. 867-878.

Labeau, Emmanuelle and Dister, Anne (2017). La contribution des corpus oraux à la description de phénomènes de grammaticalisation:Que nous apprend le Corpus de français parlé à Bruxelles sur les périphrases en aller + infinitif? Corpus, 16 , pp. 343-359.

Lithari, Eleni and Rogers, Chrissie (2017). Care-less spaces and identity construction:transition to secondary school for disabled children. Children's Geographies, 15 (3), pp. 259-273.

Manz, Stefan (2017). »Germans like to quarrel«:conflict and belonging in German diasporic communities around 1900. InterDisciplines, 7 (1), pp. 37-61.

Manz, Stefan (2017). Review of Matthew Fitzpatrick, Purging the Empire. Mass Expulsions in Germany, 1871-1914, Oxford: OUP 2015. H-Nationalism ,

Medina, Raquel (2017). Envejecimiento, lesbianismo y heteronormatividad en la película 80 egunean (2010). Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 94 (10), 1101–1116.

Medina, Raquel (2017). Who speaks up for Inés Fonseca? Representing violence against vulnerable subjects and the ethics of care in fictional narrative about Alzheimer’s disease:Ahora tocad música de baile (2004) by Andrés Barba. Ageing and Society, 37 (7), pp. 1394-1415.

Moores, Elisabeth, Birdi, Gurkiran and Higson, Helen E. (2017). Placement work experience may mitigate lower achievement levels of Black and Asian vs. White students at university. Frontiers in Psychology, 8 ,

Nagar, Richa, Davis, Kathy, Butler, Judith, Keating, Ana Louise, de Lima Costa, Claudia, Alvarez, Sonia E., Altınay, Ayşe Gül, Ergun, Emek and Castro, Olga (2017). A cross-disciplinary roundtable on the feminist politics of translation. IN: Feminist translation studies: local and transnational perspectives. Castro, Olga and Ergun, Emek (eds) Advances in translation and interpreting studies . London (UK): Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Page, Sarah-Jane (2017). Anglican clergy husbands securing middle-class gendered privilege through religion. Sociological research online, 22 (1),

Page, Sarah-Jane, Guest, Mathew and Taylor, Yvette (2017). Introduction: class and Christianity. Sociological research online, 22 (1),

Page, Sarah-Jane and Yip, Andrew Kam-Tuck (2017). Gender equality and religion:a multi-faith exploration of young adults’ narratives. European Journal of Women's Studies, 24 (3), pp. 249-265.

Pilcher, Katy (2017). Politicising the ‘personal’:the resistant potential of creative pedagogies in teaching and learning ‘sensitive’ issues. Teaching in Higher Education, 22 (8), pp. 975-990.

Reershemius, Gertrud K (2017). Autochthonous heritage languages and social media:writing and bilingual practices in Low German on Facebook. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 38 (1), pp. 35-49.

Rogers, Chrissie (2017). "I’m complicit and I’m ambivalent and that’s crazy":care-less spaces for women in the academy. Women's Studies International Forum, 61 , pp. 115-122.

West, Karen and Needham, Catherine (2017). Making it real of sustaining a fantasy? Personal budgets for older people. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 37 (11/12),

West, Karen, Shaw, Rachel, Hagger, Barbara and Holland, Carol (2017). Enjoying the third age! Discourse, identity and liminality in extra-care communities. Ageing and Society, 37 (9), pp. 1874-1897.

Williams, Simon N., Thakore, Bhoomi K. and McGee, Richard (2017). Providing social support for underrepresented racial and ethnic minority phd students in the biomedical sciences:a career coaching model. CBE Life Sciences Education, 16 (4),

Yevudey, Elvis (2017). Bilingual practices in Ghanaian primary schools:implications for curriculum design and educational practice. PHD thesis, Aston University.

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