Recent Submissions

  • Barriers to access: Investigation of plus-size women consumer experiences at fashion events 

    Elliott, Amanda; Finkel, Rebecca (Routledge, 2019-01-08)
    Recent cross-disciplinary literature in the social sciences has shown that fat women experience weight bias and marginalisation in nearly all aspects of life, including within the fashion industry. This stigmatisation ...
  • Ethnography and modern languages 

    Wells, Naomi; Forsdick, Charles; Bradley, Jessica; Burdett, Charles; Burns, Jennifer; Demossier, Marion; Hills de Zárate, Margaret; Huc-Hepher, Saskia; Jordan, Shirley; Pitman, Thea; Wall, Georgia (Liverpool University Press, 2019-01-07)
    While rarely explicitly recognized in our disciplinary frameworks, the openness and curiosity on which Modern Languages in the UK is founded are, in many ways, ethnographic impulses. Ethnographic theories and practices can ...
  • Meaning and methodology: An introduction to ethnography with Professor Marion Demossier and Dr Margaret Hills de Zárate 

    Wall, Georgia; Demossier, Marion; Hills de Zárate, Margaret (University of Warwick, 2018-06-07)
    Addressing scholars new to ethnography in an interdisciplinary perspective, Prof. Marion Demossier and Dr. Margaret Hills de Zárate offer some reflections on the broader opportunities and implications of ethnographic ...
  • Intercultural Arts Therapies Research: Issues and methodologies 

    Dokter, Ditty; Hills De Zárate, Margaret (Routledge, 2016-06-23)
    Intercultural Arts Therapies Research: Issues and methodologies is the first overarching study on intercultural practice and research models in the arts therapies. It provides a new departure from traditional arts therapies ...
  • Governing major events legacy: Case of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games 

    Sharp, Briony; Finkel, Rebecca (Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2018-09-26)
    This paper explores the emerging importance of planning and governance surrounding the concept of event legacy by focusing on an in-depth case study of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Given the long-term nature of the ...

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