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					DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE


ADAM-MÜLLER, A. F. A.

        Diskussion von, Warum optimale Entlohnungsveträge keine Aktienoptionen enthalten von
        Ingolf Dittmann und Ernst Maug: in Franz, W., Ramser, H. J. and Stadler, M. (eds.),
        Funktionsfähigkeit und Stabilität von Finanzmärkten, Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2005, 21-25.


BARTRAM, S., DUFEY, G.† and FRENKEL, M.†

        A primer on the exposure of nonfinancial corporations to foreign exchange rate risk.
        J. Multinatl. Financ. Manage., 15(4/5), 2005, 394-413.


BARTRAM, S. and WANG, H.†

        Another look at the relationship between cross-market correlation and volatility. Finance Res.
        Lett., 2(2), 2005, 75-88.


LUBBERINK, M. J. P. and HUIJGEN, C.†

        Earnings conservatism, litigation, and contracting: the case of cross-listed firms. J. Bus.
        Finance & Account., 32(7-8), 2005, 1275-309.


O’HANLON, J. editor

        Accounting and business research, 2005.

        Journal of business finance and accounting, 2005.


PAWLINA, G. and KORT, P. M.†

        Investment under uncertainty and policy change. J. Econ. Dynamics & Control, 29(7), 2005,
        1193-209.


PAWLINA, G. and RENNEBOOG, L. D. R.†

        Is investment-cash flow sensitivity caused by agency costs or asymmetric information?
        Evidence from the UK. Eur. Financ. Manage., 11(4), 2005, 483-513.


PEASNELL, K. V. managing editor

        Accounting and business research, 2005.


POPE, P. F.

        Discussion – accruals, accounting-based valuation models, and the prediction of equity.
        J. Account. Audit. & Finance, 20(4), 2005, 347-54.
POPE, P. F. associate editor

        Contemporary accounting research, 2005.


POPE, P. F. co-editor

        Journal of business finance and accounting, 2005.


POPE, P. F. editor

        Accounting horizons, 2005.

        Journal of accounting research, 2005.


POPE, P. F., PEASNELL, K. V. and YOUNG, S. E.

        Board monitoring and earnings management: do outside directors influence abnormal
        accruals? J. Bus. Finance & Account., 32(7-8), 2005, 1311-46.


POPE, P. F. and WANG, P.

        Earnings components, accounting bias and equity valuation. Rev. Account. Stud., 10(4), 2005,
        387-407.


SHACKLETON, M. B. and CHUNG, S. L.†

        On the errors and comparison of Vega estimation methods. J. Futures Markets, 25(1), 2005,
        21-38.

        On the use and improvement of Hull and White’s control variate technique. Appl. Financ.
        Econ., 15(16), 2005, 1171-9.


SHACKLETON, M. B. and O’BRIEN, F.†

        An empirical investigation of option returns: overpricing and the role of higher systematic
        moments. Derivatives Use, Trading & Regul., 10(4), 2005, 300-30.


SHACKLETON, M. B. and SODAL, S.†

        Smooth pasting as rate of return equalisation. Econ. Lett., 89(2), 2005, 200-6.


TAYLOR, S. J.

        Asset price dynamics, volatility and prediction. pp. 552. Princeton, Princeton University
        Press, 2005.


TAYLOR, S. J. associate editor

        British accounting review, 2005.

        European finance review, 2005.
        European financial management, 2005.

        Journal of business finance and accounting, 2005.

        Mathematical finance, 2005.


THIJSSEN, .J. J. J.†, PAWLINA, G., HUISMAN, K. J. M.† and KORT, P. M.†

        Strategic investment under uncertainty: a survey of game theoretic real option models.
        J. Financ. Transform., 13, 2005, 111-8.


YOUNG, S. E. associate editor

        European accounting review, 2005.

        Journal of business finance and accounting, 2005.


YOUNG, S. E. member of editorial board

        Journal of business finance and accounting, 2005.


YOUNG, S. E., WALKER, M.† and CHOI, Y.-S.

        Bridging the earnings GAAP. Account., 135, 2005, 76-8.




ADMINISTRATION


COOPER, C. L.

        The changing nature of work: consequences for people and organisations: in Proceedings of
        the inaugural Alfredode Sousa memorial lecture, Universidade Nova de Lisbon, Portugal,
        2005.

        The changing nature of work: future stressors: in Perrewe, P. (ed.), Stress e qualidade de
        vida no travalho (Stress and quality of working life), Brazil, Editora Atlas S.A., 2005.

        The changing nature of work: the new psychological contract and associated stressors: in
        Rossi, A. M., Perrewe, P. and Sauter, S. (eds.), Stress and the quality of working life: current
        perspectives in occupational health, New York, Information Age Publishing, 2005.

        Flexible working and productivity: the evidence: in Proceedings of the national working
        families conference, London, October 2005.

        The future of work: careers, stress and well-being. Career Devel. Int. J., 10(5), 2005, 396-9.

        Good work is good business: evidence and implementation: in Proceedings of the promotion
        of occupational and public health conference: UK and Swedish perspectives, Stockholm,
        October 2005.

        Half-way between ‘the office’ and the Couch: in Buonfino, A. and Mulgan, G. (eds.),
        Porcupines in winter: the pleasures and pain of living together in modern Britain, London,
        Young Foundation, 2005.
       Handbook of stress medicine and health. pp. 399. Boca Raton, Florida, CRC Press, 2005.

       Identifying and managing workplace stress: in Proceedings of the leadership foundation for
       higher education conference, Leeds, November 2005.

       Keynote address: in Proceedings of the international association of civil aviation chaplains
       annual conference, September 2005.

       Leadership and management in the 21st century. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005.

       Lideres saudaveis, organizacoes saudaveis: in Ross, A. M., Perrewe, P. and Sauter, S. (eds.),
       Stress e qualidad de vida no trabalho, Sao Paulo, Editora Atlas, 2005, 167-81.

       A natureza mutante do trabalho: in Rossi, A. M., Perrewe, P. and Sauter, S. (eds.), Stress e
       qualidad de vida no trabalho, Sao Paulo, Editora Atlas, 2005, 3-9.

       The stressful workplace: in Proceedings of the NHS confederation, International Conference
       Centre, Birmingham, 17 June 2005.

       The Sunningdale Institute: in Proceedings of the Canada school of public service conference,
       Ottawa, October 2005.


COOPER, C. L. and BURKE, R.†

       Reinventing HRM: challenges and new directions. pp. 283. London, Routledge, 2005.


COOPER, C. L., BOWIE, V.† and FISHER, B.†

       Workplace violence: issues, trends and strategies. pp. 291. London, Willan Publishing,
       2005.


COOPER, C. L., CHANG-QIN† and OI-LING SUI†

       Managers’ occupational stress in China: the role of self efficacy. Personality & Individ. Diff.,
       38, 2005, 569-78.


COOPER, C. L., CONTI, R.†, GILL, C.†, ANGELIS, J.† and FARAGHER, B.†

       Gender differences in lean production job stress. Canadian Labor Relat. J., Summer, 2005.


COOPER, C. L., FARAGHER, B.† and CASS, M.†

       The relationship between job satisfaction and health: a meta-analysis. Occup. & Environ.
       Med., 62, 2005, 105-12.


COOPER, C. L. and FOTINATOS-VENTOURATORS, R.†

       The role of gender and social class in work stress. J. Manage. Psychol., 20(1), 2005, 14-23.
COOPER, C. L. and GADMAN, S.†

       The authentic enterprise: in Proceedings of the British academy of management conference,
       Oxford, September 2005.

       Strategies for collaborating in an interdependent impermanent world. Leadership & Organ.
       Devel. J., 26(1), 2005.


COOPER, C. L. and JAIN, A. K.†

       Organisational citizenship behaviour: a possible new base of power: in Proceedings of the
       British academy of management conference, Oxford, September 2005.


COOPER, C. L., JOHNSON, S.†, et al

       The experience of work-related stress across occupations. J. Manage. Psychol., 20(2), 2005,
       178-87.


COOPER, C. L. and LEWIS, S.†

       Work-life integration: case studies in organisational change. pp. 188. Chichester and New
       York, John Wiley & Sons, 2005.


COOPER, C. L., LING, O.†, SPECTOR, P.† and LU, C.†

       Work stress, self efficacy, Chinese work values and work well being in Hong Kong and
       Beijing. Int. J. Stress Manage., 12(3), 2005, 274-88.


COOPER, C. L. and NELSON, D.†

       Stress and health: a positive direction. Stress & Health, 21, 2005, 73-5.


COOPER, C. L., QUICK, J.†, MACIK-FREY, M.†, MACK, D. A.†, KELLER, N.† and
GRAY, D. A.†

       Healthy leaders, healthy organisations: primary prevention and the positive effects of
       emotional competence: in Rossi, A. M., Perrewe, P. and Sauter, S. (eds.), Stress and the
       quality of working life: current perspectives in occupational health, New York, Information
       Age Publishing, 2005.


COOPER, C. L. and RAYNER, C.†

       Workplace bullying: in Bowen, V., Fisher, B. S. and Cooper, C. L. (eds.), Workplace
       violence, Devon, Willan Publishing, 2005, 60-73.


COOPER, C. L., SANCHEZ, J.† and SPECTOR, P.†

       Frequently ignored methodological issues in cross cultural stress research: n Wong, P. and
       Wong, C. (eds.), Handbook of multicultural perspectives on stress and coping, New York,
       Springer, 2005.
COOPER, C. L. and STARBUCK, W.†

       WORK: context and consequences: volumes 1, 2 and 3. pp. 1480. London and California,
       Sage Publications, 2005.

       Work and workers (3 volumes). pp. 1496. California and London, Sage Publications, 2005.


COOPER, C. L. and SUTHERLAND, V.†

       Stress and the changing nature of work: in Clements-Croome, D. (ed.), Creating the
       productive process, London, Taylor and Francis, 2005.

       Stress management and the changing nature of work: in Clements-Croome, D. (ed.), Creating
       productive workplace, London, Taylor and Francis, 2005.


COOPER, C. L. and SWANN, J.†

       Time, health and the family London: working families. pp. 28. March 2005.


McCLINTOCK, M. E.

       Annotated bibliography. CeNtre WoRdS, New Series No. 4, 2005, 105-25.


PARK, C. C.

       Introduction to British rivers: in Owen, S., et al (eds.), Rivers and the British landscape,
       Lancaster, Carnegie Publishing, 2005, 1-28.

       New variant Ph.D.: the changing nature of the doctorate in the UK. J. Higher Educ. Policy &
       Manage., 27(2), 2005, 189-207.

       Religion and geography: in Hinnells, J. R. (ed.), The Routledge companion to the study of
       religion, London, Routledge, 2005, 439-55.

       War of attrition: patterns of non-completion amongst postgraduate research students. Higher
       Educ. Rev., 38(1), 2005, 48-53.

       Why do we have rivers in Britain?: in Owen, S., et al (eds.), Rivers and the British landscape,
       Lancaster, Carnegie Publishing, 2005, 29-50.




DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE


BROADHURST, K., PATON, H.† and MAY-CHAHAL, C.

       Children missing from school systems: exploring divergent patterns of disengagement in the
       narrative accounts of parents, carers, children and young people. Br. J. Sociol. Educ., 26(1),
       2005, 105-19.
CHRISTOFFERSON, M. N., SOOTHILL, K. L. and FRANCIS, B. J.

       Who is most at risk of becoming a rapist? J. Scandinavian Stud. Criminol. & Crime
       Prevention, 6(1), 2005, 39-56.


FRANCIS, B. J. and SOOTHILL, K. L.

       Explaining changing patterns of crime: a focus on burglary and age-period-cohort models:
       in Peelo, M. and Soothill, K. L. (eds.), Questioning crime and criminology, Cullompton,
       Willan, 2005, 102-19.


GROVER, C.

       Advertising social security fraud. Benefits: J. Soc. Secur. Res. Policy & Pract., 13(3), 2005,
       199-205.

       Crime and inequality: in Peelo, M. and Soothill, K. L. (eds.), Questioning crime and
       criminology, Cullompton, Willan, 2005, 53-68.

       Living wages and ‘the making work pay’ strategy. Crit. Soc. Policy, 25(1), 2005, 5-27.

       The national childcare strategy: the social regulation of lone mothers as a gendered reserve
       army of labour. Capital & Class, 85, 2005, 63-85.


GROVER, C. and PIGGOTT, L.

       Disabled people, the reserve army of labour and welfare reform. Disability & Soc., 20(7),
       2005, 705-17.


HARMAN, K.† and PAYLOR, I.

       An evaluation of the CARAT initiative. Howard J. Crim. Justice, 44(4), 2005, 357-73.


LEWIS, S.†, LOBLEY, D.†, RAYNOR, P.† and SMITH, D. B.

       The Irish on probation in the North-West of England. Probation J., 52(3), 2005, 293-5.

       The Irish on probation in England. Irish Probation J., 2(1), 2005, 4-19.


MAY-CHAHAL, C. and CAWSON, P.†

       Measuring child maltreatment in the United Kingdom: a study of the prevalence of child
       abuse and neglect. Child Abuse & Neglect: Int. J., 29(9), 2005, 943-1070.


MEASHAM, F.

       Drug and alcohol studies: key debates in the field: in Peelo, M. and Soothill, K. L. (eds.),
       Questioning crime and criminology, Cullompton, Willan, 2005, 83-101.
MEASHAM, F. and BRAIN, K.†

       ‘Binge’ drinking, British alcohol policy and the new culture of intoxication. Crime, Media,
       Cult.: Int. J., 1(3), 2005, 263-84.


MEASHAM, F. and PAYLOR, I.

       Legal and illicit drugs: in Adams, R., Dominelli, L. and Payne, M. (eds.), Social work futures:
       crossing boundaries, transforming practice, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2005, 195-207.


MORGAN, H.

       Disabled people and employment: the potential impact of European policy: in Roulstone, A.
       and Barnes, C. (eds.), Working futures? Disabled people and employment, Bristol, The Policy
       Press, 2005, 259-72.


MORGAN, H. and HARRIS, J.†

       Strategies for involving service users in outcomes focused research: in Lowes, L. and Hulatt, I.
       (eds.), Involving service users in health and social care research, London, Routledge, 2005,
       163-70.


MORGAN, H. and STALFORD, H.†

       Disabled people and the European Union: equal citizens?: in Barnes, C. and Mercer, G. (eds.),
       The social model of disability: Europe and the majority world, Leeds, The Disability Press, 2005,
       98-114.


O’BRIEN, M.†, TZANELLI, R.†, YAR, M.† and PENNA, S.

       The spectacle of fearsome acts: crime in melting p(l)ot of ‘Gangs of New York’.
       Crit. Criminol., 13, 2005, 7-35.


PAYLOR, I.

       Review of ‘Addiction induced: addiction and treatment in perspective’ by P. Harris.
       Br. J. Soc. Work, 35(4), 2005, 556-8.

       Review of ‘Children exposed to parental misuse’ edited by R. Phillips. Br. J. Soc. Work,
       35(1), 2005, 153-5.

       Review of ‘Juvenile justice reform and restorative justice’ by G. Bazemore and M. Schiff.
       Br. J. Soc. Work, 35(3), 2005, 405-6.


PENNA, S.

       The Children Act 2004: child protection and social surveillance. J. Soc. Welf. & Fam. Law,
       26(2), 2005, 143-57.
PEELO, M. and SOOTHILL, K. L.

       Introduction: crime is exciting but what of criminology?: in Peelo, M. and Soothill, K. L.
       (eds.), Questioning crime and criminology, Cullompton, Willan, 2005, ix-xvi.

       Conclusions: in Peelo, M. and Soothill, K. L. (eds.), Questioning crime and criminology,
       Cullompton, Willan, 2005, 135-43.


PEELO, M. and SOOTHILL, K. L. editors

       Questioning crime and criminology. pp. xvi + 171. Cullompton, Willan, 2005.


PIGGOTT, L., SAPEY, R. and WILENIUS, F.†

       Out of touch: local government and disabled people’s employment needs. Disability & Soc.,
       20(6), 2005, 599-611.


SAPEY, R., HARRIS, J.† and STEWART, J.

       Housing: choice is the key. Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood Int., 51, 2005, 12-13.


SAPEY, R. and HUGHES, J.†

       Professional barriers and facilitators: policy issues for an enabled Salariat: in Roulstone, A.
       and Barnes, C. (eds.), Working futures? Disabled people, policy and social inclusion, Bristol,
       Policy Press, 2005, 287-300.


SAPEY, R., STEWART, J. and DONALDSON, G.†

       Increases in wheelchair use and perceptions of disablement. Disability & Soc., 20(5), 2005,
       489-505.


SMITH, D. B.

       The limits of positivism revisited: in Bilson, A. (ed.), Evidence-based practice in social work,
       London, Whiting and Birch, 2005, 111-23.

       Probation and social work. Br. J. Soc. Work, 35(5), 2005, 621-37.


SOOTHILL, K. L.

       Capturing criminology: in Peelo, M. and Soothill, K. L. (eds.), Questioning crime and
       criminology, Cullompton, Willan, 2005, 1-19.

       Strongly suspected of serious sex crime and future danger. J. Forensic Psychiatry & Psychol.,
       16(2), 2005, 224.

       Throw a little light on a Dark Ages pay system. Times Higher Educ. Suppl.,
       1(716)(4 November), 2005, 14.
SOOTHILL, K. L., HARMAN, J., FRANCIS, B. J. and KIRBY, S.

       Identifying future repeat danger from sexual offenders against children: a focus on those
       convicted and those strongly suspected of such crime. J. Forensic Psychiatry & Psychol.,
       16(2), 2005, 225-47.

       What is the future repeat danger from sexual offenders against children? Implications for
       policing. Police J., 78(1), 2005, 37-45.


SOOTHILL, K. L. and SANDERS, T.†

       The geographical mobility, preferences and pleasures of prolific punters. Sociol. Res. Online,
       10(1), 2005, http://www.socresonline.org.uk/cgi-bin/abstract.pl?10/1/3.html [online
       publication].


SOOTHILL, K. L. and WILSON, D.

       Theorising the puzzle that is Harold Shipman. J. Forensic Psychiatry Psychol., 16(4), 2005,
       685-98.


TRUMAN, C.

       The autonomy of professionals and the involvement of patients and families. Current Opinion
       Psychiatry, 18(September), 2005, 572-6.




DEPARTMENT OF ART


DAVIES, G.

       [two drawings exhibited in group show] 40 artists – 40 drawings. The Drawing Gallery,
       St James’s, London, 19 November to 22 December 2005.

       [one drawing exhibited in peer reviewed exhibition, and reproduced in catalogue] Wales
       drawing. Aberystwyth Arts Centre, University of Wales at Aberystwyth, 2 November to
       2 December 2005, 2.


FORTNUM, R.

       [one work] 40 artists – 40 drawings. The Drawing Gallery, St James’s, London, December
       2005.

       [one work] Les merveilles du monde. Musee des Beaux Arts, Dunkerque Museum, France,
       June 2005.

       [twenty works] Two person show. June Fitzpatrick Gallery, Maine, USA, 7-13 October 2005.

       [thirty works] Solo show. The Drawing Gallery, London, January 2005.
NEWALL, A.

       [solo exhibition, with accompanying fully illustrated catalogue] Sic games, SOFA Gallery,
       University of Canterbury School of Fine Art, Research space for Contemporary Art, The Art
       Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand, 8 February to 6 March 2005, (accompanying catalogue:
       authors: Megan Dunn, Maria Walls, Leon Tan, Christchurch University Press).

       [solo exhibition] Sic Games 2. The New Zealand Film Archive, Auckland, New Zealand,
       3 March to 13 April 2005.

       [group exhibition] Yes. Untitled no 1. View Finder, Auckland Library, New Zealand, 11-
       25 January 2005.


ROSE, E.

       [solo exhibition, paintings and drawings] White-out. Hotbath Gallery, Bath, 2-23 February
       2005.

       [solo exhibition, paintings and drawings] White-out. Annual Exhibition, The Society of
       Scottish Artists, Royal Scottish Academy Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, 22 January to
       17 February 2005 (with full colour catalogue, SSA 2005, 66 pages, The Royal Scottish
       National Gallery, Academy Gallery, Edinburgh).

       [solo exhibition, paintings and drawings] White-out. BASICS transmediale 05- international
       media arts festival, Berlin, DE, 4-8 February 2005 (with full colour catalogue, BASICS,
       transmediale 05 international media art festival Berlin, 72 pages, in English and German).

       [solo exhibition, paintings and drawings] White-out. The Foyle Gallery, MAC (Midland Arts
       Centre) Birmingham, 12 March to 1 May 2005.

       [solo exhibition, paintings and drawings] White-out. AdHoc Gallery, Buddle Arts Centre,
       Wallsend, North Tyneside, 19 September to 29 October 2005.

       [solo exhibition, paintings and drawings] White-out. The Bigger Picture, Exchange Square,
       Manchester, 5-11 May 2005 (five screenings daily).

       [solo exhibition, paintings and drawings] White-out. Seoul Net Festival, Seoul, 1 May to
       30 June 2005.


ROSE, E. and BOYNTON, N.

       [eight colour illustrations] White-out. pp. 16. Catalogue, Lancaster, 2005.


WHITELEY, N. S.

       The digital age: the fourth machine age. http://www.a4a.info/viza/html/v-018-01.html (Web
       version of Proceedings of the 2nd international symposium: theory and design in the digital
       age, August 2005).


WOOLFORD, K.

       [real-time visuals live performance] Chaining. Sceneography and set design for the
       performance choreographed by Nigel Stuart, Ludas Dance, Dance Cuts, Nuffield Theatre,
       Lancaster, 13 November 2005.
       [real-time visuals live performance] Listening between the lines. Shown as part of a live
       performance with the Bruckner Orchestra, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, 4 September 2005.




DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES


ABRAM, B., CHERUKURI, C.*, PRITCHARD, S. C., RODWELL, J. S., SHIRRAS, A. D. and
McAINSH, M. R.

       Environmental genomics of calcicole-calcifuge physiology. Compar. Biochem. Physiol. A-
       Mol. Integr. Physiol., 141, 2005, S276.


AZEVEDO, R. A.† and LEA, P. J. editors

       Brazilian journal of plant physiology: toxic metals in plants (special issue), 17(1), 2005,
       1-190.


BALUSKA, F.†, BARLOW, P. W.†, BASKIN, T. I.†, CHEN, R. J.†, FELDMAN, L.†, FORDE, B. G.,
GEISLER, M.†, JERNSTEDT, J.†, MENZEL, D.†, MUDAY, G. K.†, MURPHY, A.†, SAMAJ, J.†and
VOLKMANN, D.†

       What is apical and what is basal in plant root development? Trends Plant Sci., 10(9), 2005,
       409-11.


BARDGETT, R. D.

       The biology of soil: a community and ecosystem approach. pp. 241. Oxford, Oxford
       University Press, 2005.

       Book review of Walker and Moral, ‘Primary succession and ecosystem rehabilitation’.
       Ecosci., 2005, http://www.ecoscience.ulaval.ca/ [online publication].

       Integrating belowground ecology into sustainable grassland management: in Jarvis, S. C.,
       Murray, P. J. and Roker, J. A. (eds.), Optimisation of nutrient cycling and soil quality for
       sustainable grasslands, The Netherlands, Wageningen, Academic Publishers, 2005, 45-52.


BARDGETT, R. D., BOWMAN, W. D., KAUFMANN, R. and SCHMIDT, S. K.

       Linking aboveground and belowground communities: a temporal approach. Trends Ecol. &
       Evol., 20, 2005, 634-41.


BARDGETT, R. D., USHER, M. B. and HOPKINS, D. W. editors

       Biological diversity and function in soils. pp. 411. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,
       2005.


BARDGETT, R. D., YEATES, G. W. and ANDERSON, J. M.

       Patterns and determinants of soil biological diversity: in Bardgett, R. D., Usher, M. B. and
       Hopkins, D. W. (eds.), Biological diversity and function in soil, Cambridge, Cambridge
       University Press, 2005, 100-18.
BOUCARD, T., BARDGETT, R. D., JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Effects of plants on the extractability and biodegradability of 2,4-Dichlorophenol. Environ.
       Pollut., 133, 2005, 53-62.


BRIONES, M. J. I.†, GARNETT, M. H.† and PIEARCE, T. G.

       Earthworm ecological groupings based on C-14 analysis. Soil Biol. & Biochem., 37(11),
       2005, 2145-9.


BURNHAM, S.†, SMITH, J. A., LEE, A. J.†, ISAAC, R. E.† and SHIRRAS, A. D.

       The angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) gene family of Anopheles gambiae. BMC
       Genom., 6, 2005, 172.


CARLINE, K. A. and BARDGETT, R. D.

       Changes in tree growth resulting from simulated browsing have limited effects on soil
       biological properties. Soil Biol. & Biochem., 37, 2005, 2306-14.


CARLINE, K. A., JONES, H. E. and BARDGETT, R. D.

       Large herbivores affect the stoichiometry of nutrients in a regenerating woodland ecosystem.
       Oikos, 110, 2005, 453-60.


COLE, L., BUCKLAND, S. and BARDGETT, R. D.

       Relating microarthropod diversity and abundance to fertility manipulations in temperate
       grassland. Soil Biol. & Biochem., 37, 2005, 1707-17.


COOPER, L. J., KINOSHITA, S.†, GERMAN, M., KOIZUMI, N.†, NAKAMURA, T.† and
FULLWOOD, N. J.

       An investigation into the composition of amniotic membrane used for ocular surface
       reconstruction. Cornea, 24(6)(August), 2005, 722-9.


DIATLOFF, E., ROBERTS, M. R., SANDERS, D. and ROBERTS, S. K.

       Phosphate-dependent anion channel-mediated citrate efflux from Arabidopsis roots. Compar.
       Biochem. & Physiol. Part A, 141, 2005, S222.


EVANS, N. H., McAINSH, M. R., HETHERINGTON, A. M. and KNIGHT, M. R.

       ROS perception in Arabidopsis thaliana: the ozone-induced calcium response. Plant J.,
       41(4), 2005, 615-26.


FERREIRA, R. R.†, VARISI, V. A.†, MEINHARDT, L. W.†, LEA, P. J. and AZEVEDO, R. A.†

       High-lysine cereal crops: is it still a challenge? Brazil. J. Med. & Biol. Res., 38(7), 2005,
       985-94.
FERREIRA, R. R.†, VENDEMIATTI, A.†, GRATÃO, P. L.†, LEA, P. J. and AZEVEDO, R. A.†

       Determination of aspartate kinase in maize tissues. Sci. Agric., 62(2), 2005, 184-9.


FILLEUR, S., WALCH-LIU, P., GAN, Y. and FORDE, B. G.

       Nitrate and glutamate sensing by plant roots. Biochem. Soc. Trans., 33(Part 1), 2005, 283-6.


FLOR-HENRY, M.†, MORKER, K.* and ROBERTS, M. R.

       Imaging singlet oxygen generation in wounded plant leaves. J. Exper. Bot., 56, 2005, i29.


FOLEY, M. J. Y.

       Carex trinervis Degl. (Cyperaceae) – a western European coastal endemic. Candollea, 60,
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FOLEY, M. J. Y. and CLARKE, S.†

       Orchids of the British Isles. pp. xvii and 390. Cheltenham, Griffin Press in association with
       the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, 2005.


FORDE, B. G. and ROBERTS, M. R.

       Plant methods: putting the spotlight on technological innovation in the plant sciences. Plant
       Methods, 1(1), 2005.


FORNAZIER, R. F.†, GAZIOLA, S. A.†, HELM, C. V.†, LEA, P. J. and AZEVEDO, R. A.†

       Isolation and characterisation of enzymes involved in lysine catabolism from sorghum seeds.
       J. Agric. & Food Chem., 53(5), 2005, 1791-8.


GABRIEL, W., LUTTBEG, B., SIH, A. and TOLLRIAN, R.

       Environmental tolerance, heterogeneity, and the evolution of reversible plastic responses.
       Am. Nat., 166(3), 2005, 339-53.


GAN, Y. B., FILLEUR, S., RAHMAN, A., GOTENSPARRE, S. and FORDE, B. G.

       Nutritional regulation of ANR1 and other root-expressed MADS-box genes in Arabidopsis
       thaliana. Planta, 222(4), 2005, 730-42.


GRATÃO, P. L.†, POLLE, A.†, LEA, P. J. and AZEVEDO, R. A.†

       Making the life of heavy metal-stressed plants a little easier. Funct. Plant Biol., 32(6), 2005,
       481-94.
GRATÃO, P. L.†, PRASAD, M. N. V.†, LEA, P. J. and AZEVEDO, R. A.†

       Phytoremediation: green technology for the clean up of toxic metals in the environment.
       Brazil. J. Plant Physiol., 17(1), 53-64.


HAMMICHE, A., GERMAN, M. J., HEWITT, R., POLLOCK, H. M. and MARTIN, F. L.

       Monitoring cell cycle distributions in MCF-7 cells using near-field photothermal
       microspectroscopy. Biophys. J., 88(5), 2005, 3699-706, doi: 10.1529/biophysj.104.053926
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HEATH, J., AYRES, E., POSSELL, M., BARDGETT, R. D., BLACK, H. I. J.†, GRANT, H.†,
INESON, P.† and KERSTIENS, G.

       Rising atmospheric CO2 reduces sequestration of root-derived soil carbon. Sci., 309(5741),
       2005, 1711-13.


HUCKERBY, T. N., NIEDUSZYNSKI, I. A., GIANNOPOULOS, M.*, WEEKS, S. D.*,
SADLER, I. H.† and LAUDER, R. M.

       Characterisation of oligosaccharides from the chondroitin/dermatan sulphates: 1H and 13C-
       NMR studies of tri- and hexa-saccharides. FEBS J., 272, 2005, 6276-86.


JESCHKE, J. M. and TOLLRIAN, R.

       Effects of predator confusion on functional responses. OIKOS, 111(3), 2005, 547-55.

       Predicting herbivore feeding times. Ethol., 111, 2005, 187-206.


JOHNSON, D., KRESK, M., STOTT, A. W., COLE, L., BARDGETT, R. D., READ, D. J. and
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       Soil invertebrates disrupt carbon flow through fungal networks. Sci., 309, 2005, 1047.


JONES, K.

       Flying hazards: birds and the spread of disease. Microbiol. Today, 32, 2005, 174-8.

       Health-related environmental microbiology: a link between Lancaster and Kumasi, Ghana.
       STEPS Alumni Mag., Winter, 2005.

       International development fund report. Teaching microbiologists from the Western Balkans
       to work with pathogenic bacteria. Microbiol. Today, 32, 2005, 193.

       Report of the SFAM conference on ‘sport-formers: emerging and re-emerging issues’.
       Microbiol., 6, 2005, 33-8.
KAY, D.†, STAPLETON, C. M.†, WYER, M. D.†, McDONALD, A. T.†, CROWTHER, J.†,
PAUL, N., JONES, K., FRANCIS, C.†, WATKINS, J.†, HUMPHREY, N.†, LIN, B.†, YANG, L.†
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        Decay of intestinal enterococci concentrations in high energy estuarine and coastal waters:
        towards real-time T90 values for modelling faecal indicators in recreational waters. Water
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LANCIEN, M., McCABE, T. C., CHANG, C.† and ROBERTS, M. R.

        Roles for plant 14-3-3 proteins in signalling and development. Compar. Biochem. & Physiol.
        Part A, 141, 2005, S258.


LANGDON, C. J.†, WINTERS, C.†, STURZENBAUM, S. R.†, MORGAN, A. J.†, CHARNOCK, J. M.†,
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        Ligand arsenic complexation and immunoperoxidase detection of metallothionein in the earthworm
        ‘Lumbricus rubellus’ inhabiting arsenic-rich soil. Environ. Sci. & Technol., 39(7), 2005, 2042-8.


LEA, P. J. member of the editorial board

        Biochemical journal, 2005.

        Brazilian journal of plant physiology, 2005.

        Journal of experimental botany, 2005.


LEA, P. J. senior editor

        Annals of applied biology, 2005.


MAIER, E., TOLLRIAN, R., RINKEVICH, B. and NURNBERGER, B.

        Isolation by distance in the scleractinian coral Seriatopora hystrix from the Red Sea. Marine
        Biol., 147(5), 2005, 1109-20.


MARTIN, F. L., PIEARCE, T. G., HEWER, A., PHILLIPS, D. H. and SEMPLE, K. T.

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        the sentinel organism Aporrectodea longa in spiked soil. Environ. Pollut., 138(2), 2005,
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MARTIN, F. L., RAGAVAN, N.*, HEWITT, R., HINDLEY, A. C., NICHOLSON, C. M. and
MATANHELIA, S. S.

        CYP1B1 expression and peripheral-zone susceptibility to prostate adenocarcinoma:
        comparisons with other carcinogen/hormone-metabolising enzymes. Proc. Am. Assoc. Cancer
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McAINSH, M. R. and NG, C. K.-Y.†

       Measurement of cytosolic-free Ca2+ in plant tissue: in Lambert, D. G. (ed.), Methods in
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MEDICI, L. O.†, PEREIRA, M. B.†, LEA, P. J. and AZEVEDO, R. A.†

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       The identification of maize lines with contrasting responses to applied nitrogen. J. Plant
       Nutr., 28(5), 2005, 903-15.


OBIRI-DANSO, K.†, EMEVOR, E.†, ADNOH, L. A.† and JONES K.

       Effect of sunlight, transport and storage vessels on drinking water quality in rural Ghana. J.
       Sci. & Technol., 24, 2005, 32-44.


OBIRI-DANSO, K.†, WEOBONG, C. A. A.† and JONES, K.

       Aspects of health-related microbiology of the Subin, an urban river in Kumasi, Ghana. Water
       & Health, 3, 2005, 69-76.


PARSONS, J. L.†, DIANOVA, I. I.†, ALLINSON, S. L. and DIANOV, G. L.†

       DNA polymerase β promotes recruitment of DNA ligase IIIα-XRCC1 to sites of base excision
       repair. Biochem., 44(31), 2005, 10613-19.

       Poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase-1 protects excessive DNA strand breaks from deterioration
       during repair in human cell extracts. FEBS J., 272(8), 2005, 2012-21.


PEITER, E.†, FISCHER, M.†, SIDAWAY, K.†, ROBERTS, S. K. and SANDERS, D.†

       The saccharomyces cerevisiae Ca2+ channel Cch1pMid1p is essential for tolerance to cold
       stress and iron toxicity. FEB Lett., 579(25), 2005, 5697-703.


PRESTON, B. T., STEVENSON, I. R., PEMBERTON, J. M., COLTMAN, D. W. and WILSON, K.

       Male mate choice influences female promiscuity in Soay sheep. Proc. R. Soc. B-Biol. Sci.,
       272(1561), 2005, 365-73.


RICHARDSON, A.†, FRANKE, R.†, KERSTIENS, G., JARVIS, M.†, SCHREIBER, L.† and
FRICKE, W.†

       Cuticular wax deposition in growing barley (Hordeum vulgare) leaves commences in relation
       to the point of emergence of epidermal cells from the sheaths of older leaves. Planta, 222(3),
       2005, 472-83.
RIMMER, S.†, GERMAN, M. J., MAUGHAN, J.†, SUN, Y.†, FULLWOOD, N., EBDON, J.† and
MACNEIL, S.†

       Synthesis and properties of amphiphilic networks 3: preparation and characterisation of block
       conetworks of poly(butyl methacrylate-block-(2,3 propandiol-1-methacrylate-stat-ethandiol
       dimethacrylate)). Biomat., 26(15)(May), 2005, 2219-30.


ROBERTS, M. R.

       Fast-track applications: the potential for direct delivery of proteins and nucleic acids to plant
       cells for the discovery of gene function. Plant Methods, 1, 2005, 12.


SAXE, H.† and KERSTIENS, G.

       Climate change reverses the competitive balance of ash and beech seedlings under simulated
       forest conditions. Plant Biol., 7(4), 2005, 375-86.


SHORT, E.†, SHIRRAS, A. D. and McAINSH, M. R.

       Functional genomics of ozone stress in Arabidopsis. Compar. Biochem. Physiol. A-Mol.
       Integr. Physiol., 141, 2005, S273.


TABNER, B. J., EL-AGNAF, O. M., TURNBULL, S., GERMAN, M. J., PALEOLOGOU, K. E.,
HAYASHI, Y., COOPER, L. J., FULLWOOD, N. J. and ALLSOP, D.

       Hydrogen peroxide is generated during the very early stages of aggregation of the amyloid
       peptides implicated in Alzheimer’s disease and familial British dementia. J. Biol. Chem.,
       280(43)(October), 2005, 35789-92.


TABNER, B. J., TURNBULL, S., FULLWOOD, N. J., GERMAN, M. and ALLSOP, D.

       The production of hydrogen peroxide during early-stage protein aggregation: a common
       pathological mechanism in different neurodegenerative diseases? Biochem. Soc. Trans.,
       33(Pt 4)(August), 2005, 548-50.


TAGLIAVIA, C. P. P.*, HOLROYD, G. H., DAVIES, W. J., McAINSH, M. R. and
HETHERINGTON, A. M.

       Using infrared thermography to study the CO2 signalling pathway in Arabidopsis. Compar.
       Biochem. Physiol. A-Mol. Integr. Physiol., 141, 2005, S274.


THOMAS, J. E.†, RYLETT, C. M.†, CARHAN, A., BLAND, N. D.†, BINGHAM, R. J.†,
SHIRRAS, A. D., TURNER, A. J.† and ISAAC, R. E.†

       Drosophila melanogaster NEP2 is a new soluble member of the neprilysin family of
       endopeptidases with implications for reproduction and renal function. Biochem. J.,
       386(Pt. 2), 2005, 357-66.
VAN DER KOPPEL, J., BARDGETT, R. D., BENGTSSON, J., RODRIGUEZ-BARRUECO, C.,
RIETKERK, M. and WOLTERS, V.

       Trophic interactions in a changing world: the role of spatial scale. Ecosyst., 8, 2005, 801-7.


WALCH-LIU, P., FILLEUR, S., GAN, Y. B. and FORDE, B. G.

       Signalling mechanisms integrating root and shoot responses to changes in the nitrogen supply.
       Photosyn. Res., 83(2), 2005, 239-50.


WARDLE, D. A., WALKER, L. R. and BARDGETT, R. D.

       Response to comment on ‘ecosystem properties and forest decline in contrasting long-term
       chronosequences. Sci., 308, 2005, 633.


WEIGELT, A., BOL, R. and BARDGETT, R. D.

       Preferential uptake of soil nitrogen forms by grassland plant species. Oecol., 142, 2005,
       627-35.


WILSON, K.

       Evolutionary ecology of insect host-parasite interactions: an ecological immunology
       perspective: in Fellowes, M., Holloway, G. J. and Rolff, J. (eds.), Insect evolutionary ecology,
       Wallingford, CABI Publishing, 2005, 289-341.


WILSON, K. editor

       Animal behaviour, 2005.

       Ecological monographs, 2005.

       Ecology, 2005.


WILSON, K. editorial board

       Functional ecology, 2005.

       Journal of evolutionary biology, 2005.




DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS


ALPATOV, V. V.†, DEMINOV, M. G.†, FAERMARK, D. S.†, GREBNEV, I. A.† and KOSCH, M. J.

       Dynamics of Alfvén waves in the night-side ionospheric Alfvén resonator at mid-latitudes.
       Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. & Space Sci., 23(2)(February), 2005, 499-507,
       SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-499 [online publication].
AMM, O.†, DONOVAN, E. F.†, FREY, H.†, LESTER, M.†, NAKAMURA, M. R.† and WILD, J. A.

       Coordinated studies of the geospace environment using cluster, satellite and ground-based
       data: an interim review: in Proceedings of the EGU general assembly, Vienna, Austria, April
       2005.


AMM, O.†, DONOVAN, E. F.†, FREY, H. U.†, LESTER, M.†, NAKAMURA, R.†, WILD, J. A.,
AIKIO, A.†, DUNLOP, M.†, KAURISTIE, K.†, MARCHAUDON, A.†, McCREA, I. W.†,
OPGENOORTH, H. J.† and STRÖMME, A.†

       Coordinated studies of the geospace environment using cluster, satellite and ground-based
       data: an interim review. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. & Space Sci., 23(6)(September),
       2005, 2129-70, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-2129 [online publication].


ANGELOV, P., FILEV, D.† and SIMPLE, T. S.†

       A simplified method for learning evolving Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy models: in Proceedings of
       the 2005 IEEE international conference on fuzzy systems (FUZZ-IEEE), Las Vegas, USA,
       May 2005, 1068-73.


ANGELOV, P. and KASABOV, N.†

       Evolving computational intelligence systems: in Proceedings of the 1st workshop on genetic
       fuzzy systems, Granada, Spain, 2005, 76-82.


ANGELOV, P., LUGHOFER, E.† and KLEMENT, E. P.†

       Two approaches to data-driven design of evolving fuzzy systems: eTS and FLEXFIS: in
       Hao, Y. and Filev, D. (eds.), Proceedings of the North American fuzzy information processing
       society annual conference, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, NAFIPS, 25 June 2005, 31-5.


ANGELOV, P. and XYDEAS, C. S.

       Fuzzy systems design: direct and indirect approaches. Soft Comput., special issue December
       2005, doi: 10.1007/s00500-005-0006-x [online publication].


ANGELOV, P., ZHANG, Y.† and WRIGHT, J.†

       Automatic design generation of component-based systems using GA and fuzzy optimisation:
       in Proceedings of the 1st workshop on genetic fuzzy systems, Granada, Spain, 2005, 95-100.


ARULIAH, A. L.†, GRIFFIN, E. M.†, AYLWARD, A. D.†, FORD, E. A. K.†, KOSCH, M. J.,
DAVIS, C. J.†, HOWELLS, V. S. C.†, PRYSE, S. E.†, MIDDLETON, H. R.† and JUSSILA, J.†

       First direct evidence of meso-scale variability on ion-neutral dynamics using co-located
       tristatic FPIs and EISCAT radar in Northern Scandinavia. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros.
       & Space Sci., 23(1)(January), 2005, 147-62, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-147 [online
       publication].
ASHRAFI, M.*, KOSCH, M. and HONARY, F.

       Comparison of the characteristic energy of precipitating electrons derived from ground-based
       and DMSP satellite data. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. & Space Sci., 23(1)(January),
       2005, 135-45, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-135 [online publication].


ASHRAFI, M.*, KOSCH, M. J. and KAILA, K.†

       Height triangulation of artificial optical emissions in the F-layer: in Kosch, M. J. (ed.),
       Proceedings of the 31st annual European meeting on atmospheric studies by optical methods
       and the 1st international riometer workshop, Ambleside, UK, December 2005, 8-16.


ASHRAFI, M.*, KOSCH, M. J., KAILA, K.† and ISHAM, B.†

       HF-induced artificial aurora near the fourth electron gyro-harmonic, observed at Tromsø:
       in Proceedings of the 12th EISCAT international workshop, Kiruna, Sweden, August to
       September 2005.


BAICHOO, S. D.†, HONARY, B. and SOYJAUDAH, K. M. S.†

       Arithmetic block coding to reduce error propagation: in Proceedings of the 8th international
       symposium on communication theory and applications, Ambleside, UK, July 2005, 52-6.

       Combined block Huffman and convolution code: in Proceedings of the 8th international
       symposium on communication theory and applications, Ambleside, UK, July 2005, 440-4.

       Use of a priori information from Huffman coding to improve the MAP decoding performance
       of turbo codes: in Proceedings of the 8th international symposium on communication theory
       and applications, Ambleside, UK, July 2005, 445-50.


BARRAT, K. and COULTON, P.

       Experiences of a problem solving approach to teaching FPGA programming: in Proceedings
       of EEUG Workshop, September 2005.


BIRCH, M. J.†, HARGREAVES, J. K., SENIOR, A. and BROMAGE, B. J. I.†

       Variations in cut-off latitude during selected solar energetic proton events. J. Geophys. Red. –
       Space Phys., 110(A7)(July), 2005, A07221, doi: 10.1029/2004JA010833 [online
       publication].


BLAGOVESHCHENSKAYA, N. F.†, BORISOVA, T. D.†, KORNIENKO, V. A.†, THIDÉ, B.†,
RIETVELD, M. T.†, KOSCH, M. J. and BÖSINGER, T.†

       Phenomena in the ionosphere-magnetosphere system induced by injection of powerful HF
       radio waves into nightside auroral ionosphere. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. and Space
       Sci., 23(1)(January), 2005, 87-100, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-87 [online publication].


BLIXT, E. M.†, KOSCH, M. J. and SEMETER, J.†

       Relative drift between black aurora and the ionospheric plasma. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos.,
       Hydros. & Space Sci., 23(5)(July), 2005, 1611-21, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-1611
       [online publication].
BOGDANOVA, Y. V.†, MARCHAUDON, A.†, OWEN, C. J.†, DUNLOP, M. W.†, FREY, H. U.†,
FAZERKERLEY, A. N.†, KLECKER, B.†, DAVIES, J. A.†, WILD, J. A., MILAN, S. E.†,
RÈME, H.† and BALOGH, A.†

       A mechanism for the formation of the high-altitude stagnant cusp: cluster observations.
       Geophys. Res. Lett., 32(June), 2005, L12101, doi: 10.1029/2005GL022813 [online
       publication].


BORISOV, N.†, SENIOR, A. and HONARY, F.

       Stationary state and relaxation of artificial irregularities excited in ionospheric heating
       experiments. J. Plasma Phys., 71(3)(May), 2005, 315-34, doi:10.1017/S002237780400296X
       [online publication].


CARLINE, D. and COULTON, P.

       Teaching DSP techniques on FPGAs using an algorithmic approach in Handel-C:
       in Proceedings of the EEUG workshop, September 2005.


CHEHIMI, F.*, COULTON, P. and EDWARDS, R.

       Evolution of 3D games on mobile phones: in Proceedings of IEEE 4th international
       conference on mobile business, Sydney, July 2005, 173-9.


COULTON, P., KHIRALLAH, C.* and EDWARDS, R.

       Aiding conceptualisation of the mobile channel and the operation of a RAKE receiver using a
       project developed in SIMULINK. IJEEE, 42(July), 2005, 211-22.


COULTON, P., RASHID, O.*, EDWARDS, R. and THOMPSON, R.*

       Creating entertainment applications for cellular phones. ACM Comput. Entertainment,
       3(3)(July), 2005, 1-12.


DEKOULIS, G.* and HONARY, F.

       The novel programmable riometer for in-depth ionospheric and magnetospheric observations
       (PRIAMOS) using direct sampling DSP techniques: in Kosch, M. J. (ed.), Proceedings of the
       31st annual European meeting on atmospheric studies by optical methods and the 1 st
       international riometer workshop, Ambleside, UK, December 2005, 17-22.


DJUTH, F. T.†, PEDERSEN, T. R.†, GERKEN, E. A.†, BERNHARDT, P. A.†, SELCHER, C. A.†,
BRISTOW, W. A.† and KOSCH, M. J.

       Ionospheric modification at twice the electron cyclotron frequency. Phys. Rev. Lett.,
       94(125001)(March), 2005, 1-4, doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.125001 [online publication].


EDWARDS, R. and COULTON, P.

       Driving cellular application development using industry/academic partnerships: in
       Proceedings of the game developers conference (mobile), San Francisco, March 2005,
       RC1-18.
ENELL, C.-F.†, KERO, A.†, TURENEN, T.†, ULICH, T.†, VERRONEN, P. T.†, SEPPÄLÄ, A.†,
MARPLE, S., HONARY, F. and SENIOR, A.

       Effects of D-region RF heating studied with the Sodankylä ion chemistry model. Ann.
       Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. & Space Sci., 23(5)(July), 2005, 1575-83,
       SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-1575 [online publication].


FAGOONEE, L. and HONARY, B.

       Construction of partial unit memory encoders for application in capacity-approaching
       concatenated codes. IEE Proc. – Commun., 152(6)(December), 2005, 1108-15,
       doi: 10.1049/ip-com:20050201 [online publication].


FAGOONEE, L., SHAVGULIDZE, S.† and HONARY, B.

       On the use of partial unit memory codes for woven turbo codes with outer and inner warp.
       IEE Proc. – Commun., 152(5)(October), 2005, 593-7, doi: 10.1049/ip-com:20045196 [online
       publication].


GIOVANELI, C. L.*, HONARY, B. and FARRELL, P. G.

       Space-frequency coded OFDM system for multi-wire power line communications: in
       Proceedings of the 9th ISPLC, 2005 international symposium on powerline communications
       and its applications, Vancouver, Canada, April 2005, 19.


GRILL, M.*, SENIOR, A. and HONARY, F.

       Two new approaches to spatial interpolation with inherent sidelobe suppression for imaging
       riometers: in Kosch, M. J. (ed.), Proceedings of the 31st annual European meeting on
       atmospheric studies by optical methods and the 1 st international riometer workshop,
       Ambleside, UK, December 2005, 23-36.


GUSTAVSSON, B.†, SERGIENKO, T.†, KOSCH, M. J., RIETVELD, M. T.†,
BRÄNDSTRÖM, B. U. E.†, LEYSER, T. B.†, ISHAM, B.†, GALLOP, P.†, ASO, T.†, EJIRI, M.†,
GRYDELAND, T.†, LaHOZ, C.†, KAILA, K.†, JUSSILA, J.† and HOLMA, H.†

       The electron energy distribution during HF pumping, a picture painted with all colours. Ann.
       Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. Space Sci., 23(5)(July), 2005, 1747-54,
       SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-1747 [online publication].


HARGREAVES, J. K.

       A new method of studying the relation between ionisation rates and radio-wave absorption in
       polar-cap absorption events. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. & Space Sci.,
       23(2)(February), 2005, 359-69, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-359 [online publication].


HARGREAVES, J. K. and BIRCH, M. J.†

       On the relations between proton influx and D-region electron densities during the polar-cap
       absorption event of 28-29 October 2003. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. & Space Sci.,
       23(November), 2005, 3267-76, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-3267 [online publication].
HONARY, B.

       Channel coding, iterative methods: in Proceedings of the radio-wireless winter school,
       Burleigh Court, Loughborough, January 2005, 1-33.

       Recent results on construction of structured LDPC codes: in Proceedings of the
       8th international symposium on DSP and communication systems (DSPCS’2005) and the
       4th workshop on the internet, telecommunications and signal processing (WITSP’2005), Noosa
       Heads, Australia, December 2005.


HONARY, B., MOINIAN, A.* and AMMAR, B.

       Construction of well-structured quasi-cyclic low-density parity check codes. IEE Proc. –
       Commun., 152(6)(December), 2005, 1081-5, doi: 10.1049/ip-com:20050202 [online
       publication].


HONARY, S.†, PANDYA, N.*, MARKARIAN, G.† and HONARY, B.

       Migration to capacity approaching codes for digital video broadcasting. IEE Proc. –
       Commun., 152(6)(December), 2005, 1103-7, doi: 10.1049/ip-com:20050259 [online
       publication].


ISHAM, B.†, HAGFORS, T.†, KHUDUKON, B.†, YURIK, R. Y.†, TERESHCHENKO, E. D.†,
RIETVELD, M. T.†, BELYEY, V.†, GRILL, M.*, La HOZ, C.†, BREKKE, A.† and
HEINSELMAN, C.†

       An interferometer experiment to explore the aspect angle dependence of stimulated
       electromagnetic emission spectra. Ann. Geophys. – Atmos., Hydros. & Space Sci.,
       23(January), 2005, 55-74, SRef-ID: 1432-0576/ag/2005-23-55 [online publication].


KATSAROS, I.* and HONARY, B.

       Improvements for the IPv6 access network protection protocols in wireless environments: in
       Proceedings of the 6th international conference on 3G 2005 and beyond, London November
       2005, 97-100.


KERO, A.†, ENELL, C.-F.†, ULICH, T.†, TURUNEN, E.†, RAITA, T.†, VERRONEN, P.†,
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       proceedings of the 7th annual international working conference on active networks (IFIP
       IWAN 2005), Sofia Antipollis, Cote d’Azure, France, November 2005.


SIFALAKIS, M., SCHMID, S. and HUTCHISON, D.

       Network address hopping a mechanism to enhance data protection for packet
       communications: in Proceedings of the 40th annual IEEE international conference on
       communications (IEEE ICC), Seoul, Korea, May 2005.


SIVAHARAN, T., BLAIR, G. S. and COULSON, G.

       GREEN: a configurable and re-configurable publish-subscribe middleware for pervasive
       computing: in Proceedings of the international symposium on distributed objects and
       applications (DOA’05), Agia Napa, Cyprus, Springer, 2005.
SMITH, N., RAYSON, P., LEECH, G. and WYNNE, M.†

       Changing English across the twentieth century: enhancements to an existing family of
       corpora: in Proceedings of the digital resources for the humanities conference (DRH 2005),
       Lancaster University, UK, 2005.


SOMMERVILLE, I. and RANSOM, J. B.

       An industrial experiment in requirements engineering process assessment and improvement.
       ACM Trans. Software Engin. & Methodol. (TOSEM), 14(1)(January), 2005, 1-33.


STONE, A.* and SAWYER, P.

       Finding tacit knowledge by solving the pre-requirements tracing problem: in Proceedings of
       the 11th international workshop on requirements engineering: foundations of software quality
       (REFSQ’05), Porto, Portugal, Essener Informatik Beitrage, June 2005, 241-6.


STORZ, O., FRIDAY, A. and DAVIES, N.

       Supporting ordering and consistency in a distributed event heap for ubiquitous computing.
       Personal & Ubiquitous Comput., August, 2005, 1-5.


STROHBACH, M., KORTUEM, G. and GELLERSEN, H.-W.

       Cooperative artefacts – a framework for embedding knowledge in real world objects: in
       Proceedings of the smart object systems workshop at Ubicomp 2005, Tokyo, Japan, 2005,
       http://ubicomp.lancs.ac.uk/workshops/sobs05/programme.html [online publication].


TAÏANI, F., FABRE, J.-C. and KILLIJIAN, M.-O.

       A multi-level meta-object protocol for fault-tolerance in complex architectures: in
       Proceedings of the international conference on dependable systems and networks
       (DSN’2005), Yokohama, Japan, June-July 2005, 270-9.


TAÏANI, F., HILTUNEN, M.† and SCHLICHTING, R.†

       The impact of web service integration on grid performance: in Proceedings of the 14th IEEE
       international symposium on high performance distributed computing (HPDC-14), Research
       Triangle Park, NC, USA, July 2005, 14-23.


TURNER, K. J.†, REIFF-MARGANIEC, S.†, BLAIR, L., PANG, J.*, GRAY, T.†, PERRY, P.† and
IRELAND, J.†

       Policy support for call control. Computer Standards & Interfaces, August, 2005.


VAN LAERHOVEN, K., BERCHTOLD, M.† and GELLERSEN, H.-W.

       Accessing and abstracting sensor data for pervasive prototyping and development: in Adjunct
       proceedings of Pervasive 2005, 2005, 23-8.
VILLAR, N., KORTUEM, G., VAN LAERHOVEN, K. and SCHMIDT, A.

       The Pendle: a personal mediator for mixed initiative environments: in Proceedings of the
       IEE international workshop on intelligent environments, Colchester, UK, June 2005.


VILLAR, N., LINDSAY, A. T. and GELLERSEN H.-W.

       Pin & play & perform: a rearrangeable tangible interface for musical composition and
       performance: in Proceedings of NIME, 2005.

       A rearrangeable tangible interface for musical composition and performance: in Proceedings
       of NIME '05, May 2005.


WESTON, N.*, TAÏANI, F. and RASHID, A.

       Modular aspect verification for safer aspect-based evolution: in Proceedings of RAM-SE’05:
       the 2nd ECOOP workshop on reflection, AOP and meta-data for software evolution, Glasgow,
       Scotland, July 2005, 17-28.


WU, M., STORZ, O., DAVIES, N. and FRIDAY, A.

       Towards simplicity: an introduction: in Proceedings of the 14th mobile and wireless
       communications summit, Dresden, Germany, June 2005, http://www.mobilesummit2005.org/
       [online publication].


XIE, L., HUTCHISON, D., MATHY, L. and SMITH, P.

       Performance enhancement and application support for peer-to-peer systems using active
       networking technologies: in Proceedings of the 1st international workshop on ad hoc, sensor
       and P2P networks (AHSP2005), Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan, China, IEEE, April 2005, 695-700.




DEPARTMENT OF CONTINUING EDUCATION


FRANK, F.

       Researching workplace basic skills policy in the UK: ways and means to an end: towards a
       comprehensive model of research methodology: in Hillier, Y and Thompson, A. (eds.),
       Readings in post-compulsory education, London, Continuum International Publishing Group,
       2005, 17-38




INSTITUTE FOR CULTURAL RESEARCH


BOTTING, D. C.

       From excess to the new world order: in Bentley, N. (ed.), British fiction of the 1990s, London,
       Routledge, 2005, 21-41.
       Monsters of the imagination: gothic, science, fiction: in Seed, D. (ed.), A companion to
       science fiction, Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, 2005, 111-26.

       Reading machines. http://www.rc.umd.edu/praxis/gothic/botting/botting.html [online
       publication]. Romantic Circles/ Praxis Series, December 2005.


GERE, C.

       Art is not terrorism. J. Vis. Commun., 4(February), 2005, 65-8.

       A history of network art: in Corby, T. (ed.), Network art, London and New York, Routledge,
       2005, 11-23.

       Jack Burnham and the work of art in the age of real-time systems: in Sondergaard, M. (ed.),
       Real time + art + theory + practice + history, Copenhagen and New York, Informations
       Forlag/George Braziller, 2005, 149-64.

       Online interview with artist Warren Neidich. Interviewstream: conversations with cultural
       producers working with or linked to ZKM, Karlsruhe, ZKM, 2005,
       http://interviewstream.zkm.de/ [online publication].


HAGOPIAN, P.

       The ‘lessons’ of the Vietnam War: in Friedman, M. and Kenney, P. (eds.), Partisan histories:
       the past in contemporary global politics, Palgrave Press, 2005, 167-88.


KUHN, A.

       Memory and textuality: in Heim, O. and Wiedmer, C. (eds.), Inventing the past: memory
       work in culture and history, Basel, Schwabe Verlag, 2005, 15-23.


MACKENZIE, A.

       Is the actual world all that must be explained? The sciences and cultural theory. Cult. Values,
       9(1), 2005, 101-16.

       The performativity of code: software and cultures of circulation. Theory, Cult. & Soc., 22(1),
       2005, 71-92.

       The problem of the attractor: a singular generality between sciences and social theory.
       Theory, Cult. & Soc., 22(5), 2005, 45-66.

       The problem of the technological: event and excess relationality. Soc. Epistemol., 19(2/3),
       2005, 1-19.

       Untangling the unwired: Wi-Fi and the cultural inversion of infrastructure. Space & Cult.,
       8(3), 2005, 269-85.


MUNBY, J.

       The underworld films of Oscar Micheaux and Ralph Cooper: toward a genealogy of the black
       screen gangster: in Grieveson, L., Sonnet E. and Stanfield, P. (eds.), Mob culture: hidden
       histories of the American gangster film, New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press, 2005,
       263-80.
RUSHTON, R.

       The perversion of ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ and the dilemma of ‘The Searchers’: on
       psychoanalytic ‘reading’. Psychoanal., Cult. & Soc., 10, 2005, 252-68.


TYLER, I.

       Who put the ‘me’ in feminism?. Sexual Poli. Narcissism Fem. Theory, 6(April), 2005, 25-44.




DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS


ALTINAY, M.†, INGHAM, H., INGHAM, M. and BICAK, H.†

       The impact of (more) enlargement on the European employment strategy. Industr. Relat. J.,
       36(6), 2005, 456-77.


BALASUBRAMANYAM, V. N. and FU, X.†

       Exports, foreign direct investment and employment: the case of China. World Econ., 28(4),
       2005, 607-25.


BALASUBRAMANYAM, V. N. and WEI, Y.

       Textiles and clothing exports from India and China: a comparative analysis. J. Chinese Econ.
       & Bus. Stud., 3(1), 2005, 25-39.


BRADLEY, S. editor

       Education economics, 2005.


BROWN, D. H. and MACBEAN, A. I.

       China’s macro environment and enterprise challenges: in Brown, D. H. and MacBean, A. I.
       (eds.), Challenges for China’s development: an enterprise perspective, London and New
       York, Routledge, 2005,1-11.


BROWN, D. H. and MACBEAN, A. I. editors

       Challenges for China’s development: an enterprise perspective. pp. 200. London and New
       York, Routledge, 2005.


EMROUZNEJAD, A.†, JOHNES, G., JOHNES, J., LENTON, P.† and THANASSOULIS, E.†

       An exploratory analysis of the cost structure of higher education institutions in England,
       pp. 110. London, Department for Education and Skills, 2005.
FORREST, D.† and SIMMONS, R.

        Efficiency of the odds on English professional football matches: in Vaughan Williams, L.
        (ed.), Information efficiency in financial and betting markets, Cambridge, Cambridge
        University Press, 2005, 330-8.


JOHNES, G.

        Don’t know much about history: revisiting the impact of curriculum on subsequent labour
        market outcomes. Bull. Econ. Res., 57(3), 2005, 249-72.


JOHNES, G. member of editorial board

        Education economics, 2005.

        International journal of manpower, 2005.


JOHNES, G., KALINOGLOU, A.† and MANASOVA, A.†

        Chaos and the dancing stars: nonlinearity and entrepreneurship. J. Entrep., 14, 2005, 1-19.


JOHNES, J. and WEI, Y.

        Internet tools in the teaching of quantitative economics: why gaps between potential and
        reality? J. Further & Higher Educ., 29(2), 2005, 125-41.


KAIVANTO, K.

        Book review: Julian Le Grand - 2003 motivation, agency and public policy: of knights and
        knaves, pawns and queens. Educ. Econ., 13(1), 2005, 125-31.

        Spin-offs, externalities, and the economic justification of public expenditure on R and D.
        ICFAI J. Public Finance, 3(4), 2005, 8-34.


KIRBY, M. W. and ROSENHEAD, J. R.†

        IFORS’ operational research hall of fame by Russell L. Ackoff. Int. Trans. Operat. Res.,
        12(1), 2005, 129-34.


MACBEAN, A I. member of editorial board

        Journal of development studies, 2005.

        Malaysian economic journal, 2005.


PAYA, I. and PEEL, D. A.

        Ex ante real returns in forward market speculation in the interwar period: evidence and
        prediction: in Diebolt, C. and Kyrtsou C. (eds.), New trends in macroeconomics, Berlin,
        Springer, 2005, 125-46.
PAYA, I., VENETIS, I. A.† and DUARTE, A.†

       Predicting growth and the probability of recession in the Euro-area using the yield spread.
       Int. J. Forecast., 21(2), 2005, 261-77.


PEEL, D. A. and PAYA, I.

       The process followed by PPP data: on the properties of linearity tests. Appl. Econ., 37(21),
       2005, 2515-22.


PEEL, D. A., PAYA, I. and MATTHEWS, K.†

       The term structure and real economic activity in the US in the inter-war period.
       J. Macroecon., 27, 2005, 331-43.


PERDIKIS, N.† and READ, R. A.

       Critical issues in WTO dispute settlement and recent trade disputes between the EU and the
       United States: some conclusions: in Perdikis, N. and Read, R. A. (eds.), The WTO and the
       regulation of international trade: recent trade disputes between the European Union and the
       United States, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005, 267-79.

       The political economy of protection and the regulation of international trade: recent trade
       disputes between the EU and the United States: in Perdikis, N. and Read, R. A. (eds.), The
       WTO and the regulation of international trade: recent trade disputes between the European
       Union and the United States, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005, 1-28.


PERDIKIS, N.† and READ, R. A. editors

       The WTO and the regulation of international trade: recent trade disputes between the
       European Union and the United States. pp. 320. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005.


READ, R. A.

       The banana split: the EU-US banana trade dispute and the effects of EU market liberalisation:
       in Perdikis, N. and Read, R. A. (eds.), The WTO and the regulation of international trade:
       recent trade disputes between the European Union and the United States, Cheltenham,
       Edward Elgar, 2005, 109-34.

       Book review: T. E. Josling and T. G. Taylor, ‘Banana wars: the anatomy of a trade dispute’.
       World Econ., 28(3), 2005, 458-9.

       Competition policy, agriculture and the WTO: in Anderson, K. and Hoekman, B. (eds.), The
       WTO and agriculture, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005, 1068-109.

       The EU-US WTO steel dispute: political economy of protection and the efficacy of the WTO
       dispute settlement understanding: in Perdikis, N. and Read, R. A. (eds.), The WTO and the
       regulation of international trade: recent trade disputes between the European Union and the
       United States, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005, 135-75.

       Process and production methods and the regulation of international trade: in Perdikis, N. and
       Read, R. A. (eds.), The WTO and the regulation of international trade: recent trade disputes
       between the European Union and the United States, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005,
       239-66.
       Trade dispute settlement mechanisms: the WTO dispute settlement understanding in the wake
       of the GATT: in Perdikis, N. and Read, R. A. (eds.), The WTO and the regulation of
       international trade: recent trade disputes between the European Union and the United States,
       Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005, 1119-37.


SIMMONS, R.

       Does worksharing work? Some empirical evidence from the IAB-Establishment panel. Scott.
       J. Polit. Econ., 52(2), 2005, 141-76.

       Economics of gambling: in Bowmaker, S. (ed.), Economics uncut: a complete guide to life,
       death and misadventure, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2005, 367-88.


SIMMONS, R. member of the editorial board

       International journal of sport finance, 2005.

       Journal of sports economics, 2005.


SIMMONS, R., FORREST, D.† and BURAIMO, B.

       Outcome uncertainty and the couch potato audience. Scott. J. Polit. Econ., 52(3), 2005,
       641-61.


SIMMONS, R., FORREST, D.† and GODDARD, J.†

       Odds setters as forecasting: the case of the football betting market. Int. J. Forecast., 21(3),
       2005, 552-64.


SIMMONS, R., FORREST, D.†, GODDARD, J.† and BEAUMONT, J.†

       Home advantage and the debate on competitive balance in professional sports leagues.
       J. Sports Sci., 23(4), 2005, 439-45.


SOO, K. T.

       Zipf’s law for cities: a cross-country investigation. Reg. Sci. & Urban Econ., 35(3), 2005,
       239-63.


STEELE, G. R.

       Critical thoughts on critical realism. Crit. Rev.: Interdisciplinary J. Polit. & Soc., 17(1-2),
       2005, 1-2.

       Hayek’s theory of money and cycles: retrospective and reappraisal. Q. J. Austrian Econ.,
       8(1), 2005, 3-14.

       Psychology, social evolution and liberalism: a Hayekian trinity. Rev. Polit. Econ., 17(4),
       2005, 571-86.

       Rational economic man and his dog set out to mow a meadow. Indep. Rev.: J. Polit. Econ.,
       4(4), 2005, 559-62.
TAYLOR, J. European editor

          Australasian journal of regional science, 2005.


TAYLOR, J. editor

          Journal of economic education, 2005.

          Regional studies, 2005.


TAYLOR, J., NGUYEN, A. N. and HAILE, G. A.†

          Ethnic and gender differences in intergenerational mobility: a study of 26 year olds in the
          USA. Scott. J. Polit. Econ., 52(4), 2005, 544-64.


WEI, Y.

          Entry modes of foreign direct investment in China: a multinominal logit approach. J. Bus.
          Res., 58(11), 2005, 1495-505.




DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH


ASHWIN, P.

          Variation in students’ experiences of the Oxford tutorial. Higher Educ., 50(4), 2005, 631-44.


ASHWIN, P. and MCLEAN, M.

          Towards a reconciliation of the ‘approaches to learning’ and ‘critical pedagogy’ perspectives
          in higher education through a focus on academic engagement: in Rust, C. (ed.), Improving
          student learning 12: diversity and inclusivity, Oxford, Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning
          Development, 2005, 377-389


HOUGHTON, A.-M.

          Getting through the gate is only the first hurdle: a review of disabled students’ support needs
          throughout the student lifecycle: in Proceedings of the 35th annual SCUTREA conference,
          July 2005.

          Who needs outreach to widen participation? J. Widening Participation & Lifelong Learn.,
          7(3), 2005, 5-15.


JACKSON, C. and BISSET, M.†

          Gender and school choice: factors influencing parents when choosing single-sex or co-
          educational independent schools for their children. Camb. J. Educ., 35(2), 2005, 195-211.
McCONNELL, D.

       Examining the dynamics of networked e-learning groups and communities. Stud. Higher
       Educ., 30(1), 2005, 23-40.


McCONNELL, D. and LALLY, V.

       Networked professional development: in Fallows, S. and Bhanot, R. (eds.), Quality issues in
       ICT-based education, London, Routledge-Falmer, 2005, 122-34.


PASSEY, D.

       Aston pride ICT project phase 1: evaluation report on the ‘ICT in the home pilot’ in Prince
       Albert J/I School. pp. 28.
       http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/18.cfm?s=18&m=463&p=276,view_resource&start=6&kw=&el=&sc=0&id=12590
       [online publication]. Birmingham City Council, 2005.

       CLEO – espresso training autumn term 2004 to summer term 2005: final report. pp. 28.
       http://www.cleo.net.uk/files/casestudies/CLEO%20Espresso%20training%20final%20evaluation%20report.pdf
       [online publication]. Lancaster, University of Lancaster, 2005.

       CLEO – uses of espresso resources in schools summer term 2005: final report. pp. 32.
       http://www.cleo.net.uk/files/casestudies/CLEO%20Espresso%20final%20evaluation%20report.pdf
       [online publication]. Lancaster, University of Lancaster, 2005.

       E-learning: an evaluation review of practice across the West Midlands regional broadband
       consortium. pp. 89,
       http://www.wmnet.org.uk/wmnet/custom/files_uploaded/uploaded_resources/874/2005report.
       pdf [online publication]. WMNet, 2005.


SOLOMON, Y.

       Schooling and literacy: in Hopkins, B. (ed.), Cambridge encyclopaedia of child development,
       Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, 357-61.


TIGHT, M.

       Re-writing history: the University of London as a global institution in the 19 th, 20th and 21st
       centuries: in Tight, M. (ed.), International relations, Oxford, Elsevier, 2005, 289-306.


TIGHT, M. editor

       International relations. pp. 309. Oxford, Elsevier, 2005.

       Studies in higher education, 2005.


TROWLER, P.

       Policy and change: academic development units and the Bologna declaration. Int. J. Acad.
       Devel., 92, 2005, 193-8.

       The sociologies of teaching, learning and enhancement: improving practices in higher
       education. Revista Sociol., 75, 2005, 13-32.
TROWLER, P. and BAMBER, V.

       Compulsory higher education teacher education: joined-up policies; institutional
       architectures; enhancement cultures. Int. J. Acad. Devel., 10(2), 2005, 79-93.


TROWLER, P., FANGHANEL, J. and WAREHAM, T.

       Freeing the Chi of change: the higher education academy and enhancing teaching and
       learning in higher education. Stud. Higher Educ., 30(5), 2005, 427-44.


DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING


AGGIDIS, G. A.

       Improvements in or relating to turbines and in particular Pelton wheel turbines. US Patent
       Application 20050084367, International Class 415089000, F04D001/14, 2005.

       The pump of the future. Invited Paper, Water & Sewerage J., 3, 2005, 17-18.


AGGIDIS, G. A., BRADSHAW, A., FRENCH, M. J., McCABE, A. P., MEADOWCROFT, J. A. C.
and WIDDEN, M. B.

       PS frog MK5 WEC developments and design progress: in Proceedings of the world
       renewable energy congress, Aberdeen, UK, 2005.


AGGIDIS, G. A., STALLARD, T. and ROTHSCHILD, R.

       A comparative study of wave energy technologies, public workshop: ‘making waves: the
       economic and social impacts of marine renewables: in Proceedings of the EPSRC SuperGen
       marine energy research consortium, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 2005.


ALAN, J.†, ZEBEDEE, B. J.†, WHITE, H.†, ROBINS, T. M.†, SOFIELD, C. J.† and
KOLTSOV, D. K.

       Product packaging. World Patent WO 2005/120811 A1, 2005, http://www.wipo.int/ipdl/IPDL-
       CIMAGES/images3.jsp?WEEK=51/2005&DOC=05/120811&TYPE=A1&TIME=1137020283 [online
       publication].


BAKER, N. J., MUELLER, M. A.† and TAVERNER, P. J.†

       Prototype development and testing of direct drive linear electrical machines for marine energy
       converters: in Proceedings of the world renewable energy conference, Aberdeen, UK, 2005.


BAKER, N. J., MUELLER, M. A.†, TAVNER, P. J.† and LI, R.†

       Direct electrical power take off for wave energy converters: past, present and future work: in
       Proceedings of the international symposium on fluid machinery for wave and tidal energy:
       state of the art and new developments, London, IMechE, 2005.
BURT, G.†, DEXTER, A., BELLATONI, L.†, GOUDKET, P.*, BEARD, C.†, KALININ, A.† and
MA, L.†

       Crab cavity system for the ILC: in Proceedings of the ALCPG and ILC workshops,
       Snowmass, USA, 2005.


CATTLEY, R.*, WIDDEN, M. B. and AGGIDIS, G. A.

       Low head hydropower developments: in Proceedings of the world renewable energy
       congress, Aberdeen, UK, 2005.


DAVIS, C. L.†, DICKINSON, S. J. and PEYTON, A. J.†

       Process control in the hot strip mill – impedance spectroscopy for remote analysis of steel
       microstructures. Inst. Mat., Miner. & Mining: Ironmaking & Steelmaking (Steel World
       Issue), 32(5), 2005, 381-4.


DEWAR, R.* and JOYCE, M. J.

       The Quartz crystal microbalance as a microviscometer for improved rehabilitation therapy of
       dysphagic patients: in Proceedings of the 27th international conference of the IEEE
       engineering in medicine and biology society (EMBS), Shanghai, 2005.


DEXTER, A. and SEVIOUR, R.

       Rapid generation of multipactor charts by numerical solution of the phase equation. J. Phys.
       D: Appl. Phys., 38, 2005, 1383-9.

       Rapid generation of multipactor by solution of the phase equation. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys,
       38, 2005, 1383-9.


DICKINSON, S. J., BINNS, R., YIN, W., DAVIS, C. and PEYTON, A. J.

       The development of a multi-frequency electromagnetic instrument for monitoring the phase
       transformation of hot strip steel: in Proceedings of ImTC 2005 – instrumentation and
       measurement technology conference, Ottawa, Canada, 2005, 1091-6.

       A multi-frequency electromagnetic instrument for monitoring the phase transformation of hot
       strip steel: in Proceedings of the IEEE instrumentation and measurement technology
       conference, 2005.


DIXON, R.†, TAYLOR, C. J. and SHABAN, E. M.

       Comparison of classical and modern control applied to an excavator-arm: in Proceedings of
       the international federation of automatic control 16 th triennial world congress (IFAC-05),
       Prague, Czech Republic, 2005.


D’MELLOW, B.*, JARRAH, Z.† and JOYCE, M. J.

       The design of a portable neutron spectrometer: in Proceedings of the 9th European nuclear
       conference (ENC 2005), Versailles, 2005.
GANAH, A. A., BOUCHLAGHEM, N.† and ANUMBA, C. J.†

       Computer visualisation support for constructability: in Proceedings of Itcon, 2005: volume
       10, 2005, 69-84.


GANAH, A. A., KAMARA, J. M.† and AURIGI, A.†

       A framework for assessing the impact of ICT on architectural design: in Proceedings of the
       3rd international conference on innovation in architecture, engineering and construction,
       Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2005.


GENG, R. L.†, PADAMSEE, H.†, BELOMESTNYKH, S.†, GOUDKET, P.*, DYKES, D. M.† and
CARTER, R. G.

       Dynamical aspects of multipacting induced discharge in a rectangular waveguide: in
       Proceedings of a conference: nuclear instruments and methods in physics research section A-
       accelerators spectrometers detectors and associated equipment: volume 538, Elsevier,
       Netherlands, 2005, 189-205.


GEORGOPOULOS, K.*


       Novel test solutions for dynamic performance parameter testing of high-resolution converters:
       in Proceedings of the DATE workshop on test of high-resolution mixed-signal interfaces,
       Munich, Germany, 2005.


GEORGOPOULOS, K.*, BURBIDGE, M., LECHNER, A. and RICHARDSON, A. M. D.

       Behavioural error injection, spectral analysis and error detection for a 4 th order single-loop
       sigma-delta converter using Walsh transforms: in Proceedings of the ETS workshop on
       testing of high resolution mixed signal interfaces, Ajaccio, Corsica, 2005.

       Investigation into the use of alternative transformation techniques for high-resolution A/D
       converter testing: in Proceedings of the IEEE mixed signal test workshop, 2005.


GROUT, I.†, MURPHY, J.†, BURBIDGE, M., BELL, G.† and MANNERS, A.†

       Development of a remote access facility for a PLL test course. iOJE: Int. J. Online Engin.,
       1(2), 2005.

       Development of a remote access facility for a PLL test course: in Proceedings of the remote
       experimentation and virtual instrumentation symposium 2005 (REV 2005), 2005.


JEFFREY, C., BUNYAN, R. J. T.†, COMBES, D.†, KING, D. O.† and RICHARDSON, A. M. D.

       Design considerations for on-line testing of a capacitive accelerometer: in Proceedings of the
       11th IEEE international mixed-signal testing workshop - IMSTW05, Cannes, France, 2005,
       220-3.
JEFFREY, C., CUTAJAR, R., RICHARDSON, A. M. D., PROSSER, S.†, LICKESS, M.* and
RICHES, S.†

       The integration of on-line monitoring and reconfiguration functions into a safety critical
       automotive electronic control unit. J. Electron. Testing, 21(4), 2005, 405-16.

       The integration of on-line monitoring and reconfiguration functions using IEEE1149.4 into a
       safety critical automotive electronic control unit: in Proceedings of the design automation
       and test in Europe (DATE05) conference, Munich, Germany, 2005, 153-8.


JEFFREY, C., ZHOU, X.* and RICHARDSON, A. M. D.

       Bias superposition – on-line testing of sensors and circuits: in Proceedings of the European
       test symposium (ETS05), Tallinn, Estonia, 2005, 88-93.

       Using bias superposition to test a thick film conductance sensor: in Proceedings of the
       sensors and their applications XIII conference, University of Greenwich at Medway, 2005,
       161-6.


KEMP, R. J.

       Hydrogen offers no alternative to main line electrification. Railway Gaz. Int., 2005.

       The railways – a solution to transport energy demand? Energy World, 328(April), 2005,
       10-12.

       Safety regulation of nuclear new-build – what can we learn from the rail industry?: in
       Proceedings of the electricity policy research group (Cambridge University) winter research
       seminar, 2005.

       Will the lights go out?: in Summary of the proceedings of 1-day conference on UK energy
       policy, Lancaster, 2005.


MAY, A. D.†, ALLSOP, R. E.†, ANDREWS, D. J.†, BETTS, C. V.†, BAYLISS, D.†,
COTTELL, M. N. T.†, DICK, A. C.†, KEMP, R. J., LOWSON, M. V.†, RIDLEY, T. M.†,
TIETZ, S. B.† and WOOTTON, H. J.†

       Transport 2050 – the route to sustainable wealth creation. pp. 44. Report by study group,
       Royal Academy of Engineering on UK transport policy, 2005.


McCABE, A. P., BRADSHAW, A., MEADOWCROFT, J. A. C., and AGGIDIS, G. A.

       Developments in the design of the PS frog MK5 wave energy converter. Renewable
       Energy J., 31(2), 2005, 141-51.


MEADOWCROFT, J. A. C., STALLARD, T. J. and BAKER, N. J.

       Comparison of power capture in irregular waves and their regular wave components: in
       Proceedings of the 6th European wave and tidal energy conference, University of Strathclyde,
       Glasgow, 2005.
MUELLER, M. A.† and BAKER, N. J.

       Direct drive electrical take-off for offshore marine energy converters. Prof. IMechE Part A –
       J. Power & Energy, 219(A3), 2005, 223-34.


PALACIN, R.† and KEMP, R. J.

       Living up to the myth by enhancing the sustainability of rail: in Proceedings of the rail
       research UK (EPSRC) conference, 2005.


PAMUNUWA, D., ELASSAAD, S.† and TENHUNEN, H.†

       Modelling delay and noise in arbitrarily-coupled RC trees: in Proceedings of the IEEE
       transactions on computer-aided design conference, 2005.


RENNIE, A. E. W., JACOBSON, D. M. J.† and BOCKING, C. E.† editors

       Proceedings of the 6th national conference on rapid design, prototyping and manufacture.
       X-CD Technologies Inc. (Publishers), 2005.


SEWARD, D. W. and BAKARI, M. J.†

       The use of robotics and automation in nuclear decommissioning: in Proceedings of the 22nd
       international symposium on automation and robotics in construction, Ferrara, Italy, 2005.


SHABAN, E. M.* and TAYLOR, C. J.

       Proportional-integral-plus control of a class of nonlinear systems using exact and partial
       linearisation by feedback: in Proceedings of the international conference on automatic
       control and system engineering (ACSE-05), Cairo, Egypt, 2005.


SHABAN, E. M.*, ZIED, K., TAYLOR, C. J. and SEWARD, D. W.

       Nonlinear control system design for construction robots: estimation, partial linearization by
       feedback and state-dependent-parameter control: Proceedings of the 22nd international
       symposium on automation and robotics in construction (ISARC-05), Ferrara, Italy, 2005.


SIMM, W.*, ROBERTS, P. E. and JOYCE, M. J.

       Signal processing for the use in the assessment of dysarthric speech: in Proceedings of the 3rd
       IEE international seminar on medical applications of signal processing, London, 2005.


SIMM, W.*, ROBERTS, P. E., PHILPOTT, C.† and JOYCE, M. J.

       The quantitative assessment of dysarthric speech for use in evidence-based therapy: in
       Proceedings of the 3rd conference on universal access in human-computer interaction, Las
       Vegas, 2005.
STALLARD, T., ROTHSCHILD, R., BRADSHAW, A. and AGGIDIS, G. A.

       Comparison of equivalent capacity wave energy schemes: in Proceedings of the world
       renewable energy congress, 2005.


TAHIR, I.*, DEXTER, A. and CARTER, R. G.

       Noise performance of frequency and phase locked CW magnetrons operated as current
       controlled oscillators. IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, 52(9), 2005, 2096-103.

       Phase locking magnetrons by use of their pushing characteristic: in Proceedings of the
       international vacuum electronics conference, ESTEC, Noordwijk, 2005.


TAYLOR, S. M., RENNIE, A. E. W., QUAYLE, S. D. and RAWCLIFFE, N.†

       From concept to manufacture: effective use of CAD and FEA without compromising design
       intent: in Proceedings of the 6th national conference on rapid design, prototyping and
       manufacture, High Wycombe, UK, X-CD Technologies, 2005, 101-7.


WIDDEN, M. B., FRENCH, M. J. and AGGIDIS, G. A.

       Analysis of PS frog pitching and surging wave-energy converter operating in regular
       sinusoidal waves: in Proceedings of the institution of mechanical engineers conference:
       part M: journal of engineering for the maritime environment, 2005.

       Economic low head hydro power by conversion to air pressure: in Proceedings of the world
       renewable energy congress, 2005.

       The power capture of PS frog pitching and surging point absorber wave energy converter: in
       Proceedings of the international symposium on fluid machinery for wave and tidal energy:
       state of the art and new developments, London, IMechE, 2005.


YAVUZ, H., AGGIDIS, G. A., BRADSHAW, A., McCABE, A. and TAYLOR, C. J.

       Calculation of the performance of resonant wave energy converters in real seas: in
       Proceedings of the institution of mechanical engineers: part M: journal of engineering for
       the maritime environment, 2005.


YIN, W.†, BINNS, R., DICKINSON, S. J. DAVIS, C. and PEYTON, A. J.

       Analysis of the lift-off effect of spectra for eddy current sensors: in Proceedings of the IMTC
       2005 – instrumentation and measurement technology conference, Ottawa, Canada, 2005,
       1779-84.


YIN, W.†, DICKINSON, S. J. and PEYTON, A. J.†

       Imaging the permeability distribution of a layered conductor using inductance spectroscopy:
       in Proceedings of the 4th world congress on industrial process tomography, Japan, 2005,
       720-5.

       A multi-frequency impedance analyser for electrical tomography systems: in Proceedings of
       the 4th world congress on industrial process tomography, Japan, 2005, 30-5.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND CREATIVE WRITING


APPELBAUM, R.

       Hunger in early Virginia: Indians and English facing off over excess, want, and need: in
       Appelbaum, R. and Wood Sweet, J. (eds.), Envisioning an English empire: Jamestown and
       the making of the North Atlantic world, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005,
       195-216.

       [program notes] Literary terror. Royal Shakespeare Company performance of ‘Speaking like
       magpies’ by Frank McGuinness, Stratford-upon-Avon, September-November 2005.

       Review of Milton and the ‘Ends of time’. Clio: J. Lit., Hist. & Philos. Hist., 34(3), 2005,
       381-5.

       Review of ‘Defending literature in early modern England’. Mod. Philol., 102(3), 2005,
       417-20.


APPELBAUM, R. and WOOD SWEET, J. † editors

       Envisioning an English empire: Jamestown and the making of the North Atlantic world.
       pp. 368. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005.


BAINBRIDGE, S. J. J.

       The historical context: in Roe, N. (ed.), Romanticism: an Oxford guide, Oxford, Oxford
       University Press, 2005, 15-27.

       Napoleon and European romanticism: in Ferber, M. (ed.), A companion to European
       romanticism, Oxford, Blackwell, 2005, 450-66.


BAKER, J. C.

       [poems] Fortnight: ‘From Valetta’ and ‘The beheading of St John the Baptist’. pp. 31.
       January 2005.

       The mermaid’s child (paperback edition). pp. 307. London, Arrow Books, 2005.


BAKER, J. C. and TANNAHILL, A.† editor

       The living air: writers on broadcasting. pp. 52-3. Belfast, BBC Northern Ireland, 2005.


BRADLEY, A.

       ‘Deus ex Machina’: religion and technology in Aristotle, Heidegger and Derrida. Compar. Crit.
       Stud.: J. Br. Compar. Lit. Assoc., 2(1), 2005, 271-84.

       The letter giveth: Derrida and Stiegler on faith and technics: in Armand, L. (ed.), Mind factory,
       Prague, Charles University Press, 2005, 106-19.

       Religion: in McQuillan, M. (ed.), The year’s work in critical and cultural theory: volume 13,
       Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005.
BUSHELL, S. C.

       Intention revisited: towards an Anglo-American ‘genetic criticism’. TEXT, 17, 2005, 55-91.

       Meaning in Dickinson’s manuscripts: intending the unintentional. Emily Dickinson J., 14(1),
       2005, 24-61.

       Second-year-icity. English Subj. Centre Newsl., January, 2005, 9-12.

       Teaching living poets: an active environment for poetry. Living writers in the curriculum,
       English Centre Subject Publication, 2005, 10-12.

       Wordsworthian composition: ‘The micro-Prelude’. Stud. Romanticism, Fall, 2005, 399-421.


COOPER, D. C.*

       Planning live events: in Bertram, V. and Maunder, A. (eds.), Living writers in the curriculum:
       a good practice guide, English Subject Centre Report Series No. 11, March 2005, 16-20.


GREEN, G.

       Hawk. pp. 397. London, Transworld, August 2005.


HINDS, H. A.

       An absent presence: Quaker narratives of journeys to America and Barbados, 1671-1681.
       Quaker Stud., 10(1), 2005, 6-30.


HORSLEY, L. S.

       Twentieth-century crime fiction. pp. ix + 313. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005.


MOORE, L.

       Women in a widening frame: (cross-)cultural projection and spectatorship in contemporary
       Iranian cinema. Camera Obscura, 59, 2005, 1-33.


MORT, G.

       [short article] Contemporary poetry and tradition. 1,250 words. Crossing Borders Website,
       November 2005, www.crossingborders-africanwriting.org [online publication].

       [poems] Storm larks, geese from a timber house: in Lucas, J. (ed.), The Nottingham
       collection: 5 leaves, November 2005, 75-6.

       [long poem] Washdays. Stand volume 6(2)(August), 2005, 33-5.


PEARCE, L.

       How to examine a thesis. pp. ix + 119. Maidenhead and New York, Society of Research into
       Higher Education and Open University Press, 2005.
PINKNEY, T.

        'Kinetic utopias: H. G. Wells’s ‘A modern utopia’ and William Morris’s ‘News from
        nowhere’. J. William Morris Stud., XVI(2 & 3)(Summer-Winter), 2005, 49-55.


PINKNEY, T. editor

        We met Morris: interviews with William Morris, 1885-96. pp. 144. Reading, Spire Books,
        2005.


STEEL, J.

        J. Steel on how to write like Isabel Allende. Mslexia, 25(April/May/June), 2005, 49.




INSTITUTE FOR ENTERPRISE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL
DEVELOPMENT


HOWORTH, C. A., COUPLAND, C.† and TEMPEST, S.†

        Rethinking entrepreneurship methodology and definitions of the entrepreneur. J. Small Bus.
        & Enterprise Devel., 12(1), 2005, 24-40.


JACK, S. L.

        The role, use and activation of strong and weak ties: a qualitative analysis. J. Manage. Stud.,
        42(6), 2005, 1233-60.


JACK, S. L., ANDERSON, A. R.† and DRAKOPOLOU DODD, S.†

        The role of family members in entrepreneurial networks: beyond the boundaries of the family
        firm. Fam. Bus. Rev., 18(2), 2005, 135-54.


ZHANG, J. and LIN, C.†

        Changing structures of SME networks: lessons from the publishing industry in Taiwan. Long
        Range Planning, 38, 2005, 145-62.
INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT, PHILOSOPHY AND PUBLIC POLICY
(including Centre for the Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics)


BOSSHARD, G., NILSTUN, T.†, BILSEN, J.†, NORUP, M.†, MICCINESI, G.†,
van DELDEN, J. J. M.†, FAISST, K.† and van der HEIDE, A.†

       Forgoing treatment at the end of life in six European countries. Arch. Intern. Med.,
       165(February), 2005, 401-7.


BOSSHARD, G., RIPPE, K. P.†, SCHWARZENEGGER, C.† and KIESEWETTER, M.†

       Urteilsfähigkeit von Menschen mit psychischen Störungen und Suizidbeihilf. Schweiz.
       Juristenz., 101(January),2005, 53-62 and 81-91.


CHADWICK, R.

       Agricultural biotechnology and quality of life: what counts as quality?: in Agricultural
       biotechnology: finding common international goals: NABC report 16, Library of Congress,
       2005, 161-71.

       Bioethics: recognising diversity. pp. 375. Bioética ou BioéthicasNa Evolução das
       Sociedades, 2005.

       La filosofia del derecho a conocer y el derecho a no conocer: in Luna, F. and Lopez, E. R.
       (eds.), Los desafios eticos de la genetica humana, Mexico, Instituto de Investigaciones
       Filosoficas, 2005, 59-73.

       Nutrigenomics, individualism and sports: in Tamburrini, C. and Tannsjö, T. (eds.), Genetics
       technology and sport, London, Routledge, 2005, 126-35.

       Pharmacogenetics, identity and individual choice. N. Ireland Forum Ethics Med. & Health
       Care J. & Proc., 2(November), 2005, 5-17.

       Professional ethics and the ‘good’ of science. Interdisciplinary Sci. Rev., 30(3)(September),
       2005, 247-56, http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/maney/isr [online publication].

       The right not to know: a challenge for accurate self-assessment. Philos., Psychiatry &
       Psychol., 11(4)(December), 2005, 299-301.

       Science, context and professional ethics: in Korthals, M. and Bogers, R. J. (eds.), Ethics for
       life scientists (volume 5), The Netherlands, Wageningen UR Frontis Series, 2005, 175-82.


CHADWICK, R., et al

       Horizons in nutritional science. The case for strategic international alliances to harness
       nutritional genomics for public and personal health. Br. J. Nutr., 94(5)(November), 2005,
       623-32, http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cabi/bjn [online publication].


CHADWICK, R. and KNOPPERS, B.†

       Human genetic research: emerging trends in ethics. Nat. Rev. Genetics, 6(1)(January), 2005,
       75-9, http://www.nature.com/nrg/journal/v6/n1/index.html [online publication].
CHADWICK, R. and MARTURANO, A.†

       Computing, genetics, and policy: theoretical and practical considerations: in Tavani, H. T.
       (ed.), Computing, genetics and policy: moral controversies in computational genomics, USA,
       James and Bartlett, 2005, 75-83.


CHADWICK, R. and WILSON, S.

       Bio-Amazons – a comment: in Tamburrini, C. and Tannsjö, T. (eds.), Genetics technology
       and sport, London, Routledge, 2005, 205-8.


COOPER, R.

       Classifying madness: a philosophical examination of the diagnostic and statistical manual of
       mental disorders. Dordrecht, 172, Springer, 2005.

       Thought experiments. Metaphilos., 36, 2005, 328-47.


CRAWFORD, S.

       Object-dependent thoughts: in Brown, K. (ed.), The encyclopaedia of language and
       linguistics (2nd edition), Elsevier, 2005.

       Propositions: in Brown, K. (ed.), The encyclopaedia of language and linguistics (2nd edition),
       Elsevier, 2005.


FOSTER, J.

       Making sense of stewardship: metaphorical thinking and the environment. Environ. Educ.
       Res., 11(1)(February), 2005, 25-36.

       Options, sustainability policy and the spontaneous order. Environ. Educ. Res.,
       11(1)(February), 2005, 115-35.


FOSTER, J. and GOUGH, S. editors

       Learning, natural capital and sustainable development: options for an uncertain world.
       pp. 138. London, Routledge, 2005.


LEVITT, M. and MATTI, H.†

       Overcritical. Overfriendly? A dialogue between a sociologist and a philosopher on genetic
       technology and its applications. Med., Healthcare & Philos., 8(3), 2005, 377-83.


LEVITT, M., WEINER, K. and GOODACRE, J.

       Gene week: a novel way of consulting the public. Public Understand. Sci., 13, 2005, 1-13.


LEVITT, M. and WELDON, S.

       A well placed trust? Public perceptions of the governance of DNA databases. Crit. Public
       Health, 15(4), 2005, 311-21.
LEVITT, M. and WILLIAMS, G.

        Ethical issues: an overview: in Kempf-Leonard (Ed-in-chief) Encyclopaedia of social
        measurement, Elsevier Inc., 2005, 815-25.


MACNAGHTEN, P., KEARNES, M.† and WYNNE, B. E.

        Nanotechnology, governance, and public deliberation: what role for the social sciences? Sci.
        Commun., 27(2)(December), 2005, 268-91, http://scx.sagepub.com/content/vol27/issue2/
        [online publication].


McNEIL, M.

        Body: in Bennett, T., Grossberg, L. and Morris, M. (eds.), New keywords: a revised
        vocabulary of culture and society, Blackwell, London, 2005, 15-17.

        Human: in Bennett, T., Grossberg, L. and Morris, M. (eds.), New keywords: a revised
        vocabulary of culture and society, Blackwell, London, 2005, 164-7.

        Introduction: postcolonial technoscience. Science Cult. (special issue on postcolonial
        technoscience), 114(2), 2005, 105.

        Nature: in Bennett, T., Grossberg, L. and Morris, M. (eds.), New keywords: a revised
        vocabulary of culture and society, Blackwell, London, 2005, 235-9.


O’NEILL, J.

        Environmental values through thick and thin. Conserv. & Soc., 3, 2005, 479-500.


O’RIORDAN, K.

        Changing cyberspaces: dystopia and technological excess: in Gillis, S. (ed.), The matrix
        trilogy: cyberpunk reloaded, London, Wallflower Press, 2005, 138-50.

        Transgender and global media: global activism or casualty of globalisation: in De Jong, W.,
        Shaw, M. and Stammers, N. (eds.), Global activism, global media (part 2, section 12),
        London, Pluto Press, February 2005, 179-193.


O’RIORDAN, K. and CONSALVO, M.† editors

        Internet research annual (volume 3). http://www.aoir.org/?q=taxonomy/term/59 [online
        publication]. New York, Peter Lang, 2005.


PIERI, E.

        The GM nation debate: participatory decision-making?: in Phillips, C. (ed.), Environmental
        justice and global citizenship, Oxford, Inter-disciplinary Press, 2005, 71-5.


STONE, A.

        Friedrich Schlegel, Romanticism, and the re-enchantment of nature. Inquiry, 48(2), 2005,
        3-25.
      Nature, continental philosophy and environmental ethics. Environ. Values, 14(3), 2005, 1-10.

      Towards a genealogical feminism: a reading of Judith Butler’s political thought. Contemp.
      Polit. Theory, 4(1), 2005, 4-24.


TWINE, R.

      Constructing a critical bioethics by deconstructing culture/nature dualism. Med., Health Care
      & Philos., 8(3), 2005, 285-95.

      From Warnock to the stem cell bank – evaluating the UK’s regulatory measures for stem cell
      research. J. Int. Biotechnol. Law, 2(1), 2005, 1-14.


WHITTAKER, P. A.

      Biotechnology and ethics: the next ten years: in General report on the activities of the
      European group on ethics in science and the new technologies of the European Union, 2000-
      2005, Office for Official Communications of the European Communities, 2005,
      http://europa.eu.int [online publication].

      Ethical aspects of ICT implants in the human body. http://europa.eu.int [online publication].
      Opinion No. 20 of the European Group for Ethics in Science and the New Technologies,
      Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, March 2005.

      Genetically modified crops and food: threat or opportunity for Ireland? Opinion. Irish
      Council Bioethics, September, 2005, http://www.bioethics.ie [online publication].

      Stem cells, patents and ethics: in Gunning, J and Holm, S. (eds.), Ethics, law and society
      (volume 1), Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005, 17-21.

      Therapeutic cloning: the ethical limits. Toxicol. & Appl. Pharmacol.,
      2(suppl. 1)(September), 2005, 689-91, doi:10.1016/j.taap.2004.11.034 and
      www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0041008X [online publication].


WILLIAMS, G.

      Bioethics and large-scale biobanking: individualistic ethics and collective projects.
      Genomics, Soc. & Policy, 1(2)(August), 2005, 50-66, www.gspjournal.com [online
      publication].

      The EU’s independent agencies: institutionalising responsible European governance? Polit.
      Stud., 53(1)(March), 2005, 82-99.

      Geoffrey Vickers: philosopher of responsibility. Syst. Res. & Behav. Sci.,
      22(4)(July/August), 2005, 291-8.


WILSON, S.

      Access and accountability: part of an ‘exchange’ piece on ethical governance of UK biobank.
      Science & Public Aff., September, 2005, 22-3, http://www.the-ba.net/the-
      ba/CurrentIssues/ReportsandPublications/ScienceAndPublicAffairs/SPASept05/Biobank.htm
      [online publication].
WYNNE, B. E.

       Reflexing complexity: post-genomic knowledge and reductionist returns in public science.
       Theory, Cult. & Soc., 22(4)(October), 2005, 67-94,
       http://tcs.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/22/5/67 [online publication].


WYNNE, B. E., WINICKOFF, D.†, JASANOFF, S.†, BUSCH, L.† and GROVE-WHITE, R. B.

       Adjudicating the GM food wars: science, risk and democracy in world trade law. Yale J. Int.
       Law, 30(1)(Winter), 2005, 81-123, http://www.yale.edu/yjil/ [online publication].




DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE


BARBER, J. L., SWEETMAN, A. J. and JONES, K. C.

       Hexachlorobenzene – sources, environmental fate and risk characterisation. Euro Chlor Sci.
       Dossier, 8(January), 2005, 1-120.


BARBER, J. L., SWEETMAN, A. J., THOMAS, G. O., BRAEKEVELT, E.†, STERN, G. A.† and
JONES, K. C.

       Spatial and temporal variability in air concentrations of short-chain (C10-C13) and medium-
       chain (C14-C17) chlorinated n-alkanes measured in the UK atmosphere. Environ. Sci. Technol.,
       39, 2005, 4407-15.


BARBER, J. L., SWEETMAN, A. J., van WIJK, D.† and JONES, K. C.

       Hexachlorobenzene (HCB) in the global environment: emissions, levels, distribution, trends
       and processes. Sci. Total Environ., 349, 2005, 1-44.


BARGERY, A. S.*, WILSON, L. and MITCHELL, K. L.

       Modelling catastrophic floods on the surface of Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci., XXXVI(1961),
       2005, CD-ROM.


BARKER, P. A., PATES, J. M., PAYNE, R.* and HEALEY, M. R.*

       Land use and climate forcing of nutrient levels in Grasmere since AD 1670. Freshwater Biol.,
       50, 2005, 1971-81.


BEVEN, K. J.

       [group exhibition, 2 photographs] Folly Gallery members exhibition. Folly Gallery Members,
       Lancaster, March 2005.

       [group exhibition, 6 photographs] Habitats. Sci/Art, March to April 2005.

       Rainfall-runoff modelling: introduction: in Anderson, M. G. (Part I) and Beven, K. J.
       (Part II) (eds.), Encyclopaedia of hydrological sciences (Part II, section 122, volume 3),
       Chichester, Wiley, 2005, 1857-68.
        [solo exhibition of 20 photographs] The still/dynamic. Lancaster Environment Centre,
        November 2004 to January 2005.

        [solo exhibition of 40 photographs] The still/dynamic. Solaris Centre, Blackpool, February
        2005.


BEVEN, K. J., HEATHWAITE, A. L., HAYGARTH, P. M.†, WALLING, D. E.†, BRAZIER, R.† and
WITHERS, P.†

        On the concept of delivery of sediment and nutrients to stream channels. Hydrol. Process.
        (HP Today), 19(2), 2005, 551-6.


BEVEN, K. J., ROMANOWICZ, R. J., PAPPENBERGER, F., YOUNG, P. C. and WERNER, M.

        The uncertainty cascade in flood forecasting: in Balbanis, P., Lambroso, D. and Samuels, P.
        (eds.), Proceedings of the ACTIF meeting : innovation, advances and implementation of flood
        forecasting technology, Tromsø, 2005, 33, [CD-ROM].


BINLEY, A. M. associate editor

        Quarterly journal of engineering geology and hydrogeology, 2005.

        Vadose zone journal, 2005.


BINLEY, A. M. and KEMNA, A.†

        Electrical methods: in Rubin, Y. and Hubbard, S. S. (eds.), Hydrogeophysics, Springer,
        Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2005, 129-56.


BINLEY, A. M., SLATER, L.†, FUKES, M. and CASSIANI, G.†

        The relationship between spectral induced polarisation and hydraulic properties of saturated
        and unsaturated sandstone. Water Resour. Res., 41(12), 2005, W12417,
        doi:10.1029/2005WR004202 [online publication].


BOUCARD, T.*, BARDGETT, R. D., JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

        Influence of plants on the chemical extractability and biodegradability of 2,4-dichlorophenol
        in soil. Environ. Pollut., 133, 2005, 53-62.


CASSIANI, G.† and BINLEY, A. M.

        Modelling unsaturated flow in a layered formation under quasi-steady state conditions using
        geophysical data constraints. Adv. Water Resour., 28(5), 2005, 467-77.


CHAPPELL, N. A.

        Modelling tropical forest watersheds: setting realistic goals. ETFRN News, 45, 2005, 25-8.

        Water pathways in humid forests: myths vs. observations. Suiri Kagaku, 48(6), 2005, 32-46.
CHAPPELL, N. A. and BONELL, M.†

       Uncertainties in the hydrology of tropical reforestation: beyond ‘from the mountain to the
       tap’. ETFRN News, 45, 2005, 8-11.


CHAPPELL, N. A. and SHERLOCK, M. D.*

       Contrasting flow pathways within tropical forest slopes of Ultisol soil. Earth Surface Process.
       & Landforms, 30, 2005, 735-53.


CHAPPELL, N. A., BIDIN, K.*, FOWELL, M.*, SOLERA, M.*, TYCH, W. and
VONGTANABOON, S.*

       Towards a macro-hydrology of the humid tropics: implications for GCM simulations: in
       Proceedings of the royal meteorological society conference, Exeter University, September
       2005, 10.


CHAPPELL, N. A., SHERLOCK, M.*, BIDIN, K.* and VONGTANABOON, S.*

       Rainfall-runoff processes in Southeast Asian forests: in Proceedings of the international
       conference on forest environment in continental river basins; with a focus on the Mekong
       River, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, December 2005, 1-2.


CLAGUE, D.†, CHADWICK Jr., W.†, DAVIS, A.†, HEAD III, J.†, MASTIN, L.†, PADUAN, J.†,
ROSS, S.†, WILSON, L. and ZIERENBERG, R.†

       A new look at the 1996 northern Gorda Ridge Eruption. Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 86(52),
       2005, T41E-1360.


DALLA VALLE, M.*, JURADO, E.†, DACHS, J.†, SWEETMAN, A. J. and JONES, K. C.

       The maximum reservoir capacity of soils for persistent organic pollutants: implications for
       global cycling. Environ. Pollut., 134, 2005, 153-64.


DALLA VALLE, M.*, MARCOMINI, A.†, JONES, K. C. and SWEETMAN, A. J.

       Reconstruction of historical trends of PCDD/Fs and PCBs in the Venice Lagoon, Italy.
       Environ. Int., 31, 2005, 1047-52.


DALLA VALLE, M.*, MARCOMINI, A.†, SWEETMAN, A. J. and JONES, K. C.

       Temporal trends in the sources of PCDD/Fs to and around the Venice Lagoon. Environ. Int.,
       31, 2005, 1040-6.


DANIELS, J.†, BINLEY, A. M., LaBRECQUE, D.† and ALUMBAUGH, D.†

       Vadose zone case studies: in Rubin, Y. and Hubbard, S. S. (eds.), Hydrogeophysics, Springer,
       Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2005, 413-40.
DAY-LEWIS, F.†, SINGHA, K.† and BINLEY, A. M.

       On the limitations of applying petrophysical models to tomograms: a comparison of
       correlation loss for cross-hole electrical-resistivity and radar tomography. J. Geophys. Res.,
       110(B8), 2005, B08206, doi:10.1029/2004JB003569 [online publication].


DEW, N. M.*, PATON, G. I.† and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Prediction of [3-14C] phenyldodecane biodegradation in cable insulating oil-spiked soil using
       selected extraction techniques. Environ. Pollut., 138, 2005, 316-23.


DISE, N. B. and STEVENS, C. J.

       Nitrogen deposition and reduction of terrestrial biodiversity: evidence from temperate
       grasslands. Sci. China, 48, 2005, 720-8.


DOICK, K. J.*, BURAUEL, P.†, JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Distribution of aged 14C-PCB and 14C-PAH residues in particle-size and humic fractions of an
       agricultural soil. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 6575-83.

       Effect of cyclodextrin and transformer oil amendments on the chemical extractability of aged
       [14C] polychlorinated biphenyl and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon residues in soil.
       Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 24, 2005, 2138-44.


DOICK, K. J.*, DEW, N. M.* and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Linking catabolism to cyclodextrin extractability: determination of the microbial availability
       of PAHs in soil. Environ. Sci. & Technol., 39, 2005, 8858-64.


DOICK, K. J.*, JONES, K. C., BURAUEL, P.† and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Effect of cyclodextrin and transformer oil amendments on the chemical extractability of aged
       14
          C-PCB and 14C-benzo[a]pyrene residues in soil. Environ. Toxicol. & Chem., 24, 2005,
       2138-44.


DOICK, K. J.*, KLINGELMANN, E., BURAUEL, P.†, JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Long-term fate of PCBs and PAHs in an agricultural soil. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005,
       3663-70.


DOICK, K. J.*, KLINGELMANN, E.†, JONES, K. C., BURAUEL, P.† and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Behaviour of environmentally aged PAH and PCB residues in soil. Environ. Sci. & Technol.,
       39, 2005, 3663-70.
EISENREICH, S. J.†, BERNASCONI, C.†, CAMPOSTRINI, P.†, DE ROO, A.†, GEORGE, G.†,
HEISKANEN, A.-S.†, HJORTH, J.†, HOEPFFNER, N.†, JONES, K. C., NOGES, P.†,
PIRRONE, N.†, RUNNALLS, N.†, SOMMA, F.†, STILANAKIS, N.†, UMLAUF, G.†,
van de BUND, W.†, VIAROLI, P.†, VOGT, J.† and ZALDIVAR, J.-M.†

       Climate change and the European water dimension. pp. 165. European Commission, Joint
       Research Centre, EUR 21553, 2005.


ERNSTBERGER, H., ZHANG, H., TYE, A., YOUNG, S. and DAVISON, W.

       Desorption kinetics of Cd, Zn and Ni measured in intact soils by DGT. Environ. Sci.
       Technol., 39, 2005, 1591-7.


ERNSTBERGER, H., ZHANG, H., DAVISON, W., TYE, A. and YOUNG, S.

       Trace metal partitioning and sorption kinetics in relation to soil properties. Environ. Sci.
       Technol., 39, 2005, 1591-7.


FARRAR, N. J.*, HARNER, T.†, SHOEIB, M.†, SWEETMAN, A. J. and JONES, K. C.

       Field deployment of thin film passive samplers (POGs) for persistent organic pollutants
       (POPs): a study in the urban atmospheric boundary layer. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005,
       42-8.


FARRAR, N. J.*, HARNER, T.†, SWEETMAN, A. J. and JONES, K. C.

       Field calibration of rapidly equilibrating thin-film passive air samplers (POGs) and their
       potential application for low volume air sampling studies. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005,
       261-7.


FERRE, T.†, BINLEY, A. M., GELLER, J.†, HILL, E.† and ILLANGASEKARI, T.†

       Hydrogeophysical case studies at the laboratory scale: in Rubin, Y. and Hubbard, S. S. (eds.),
       Hydrogeophysics, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2005, 441-63.


FRENCH, M. A.*, ZHANG, H., PATES, J. M., BRYAN, S. E.† and WILSON, R. C.†

       Development and performance of the diffusive gradients in thin-films technique for the
       measurement of technetium-99 in seawater. Anal. Chem., 77, 2005, 135-9.


GEVAO, B., JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Formation and release of non-extractable 14C-Dicamba residues in soil under sterile and non-
       sterile regimes. Environ. Pollut., 133, 2005, 17-24.


GEVAO, B., MORDAUNT, C.*, JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Formation and release of non-extractable 14C-Dicamba residues in soil under sterile and non-
       sterile regimes. Environ. Pollut., 133, 2005, 17-24.
GHATAN, G. J.†, HEAD, J. W.† and WILSON, L.

       Mangala Valles, Mars: assessment of early stages of flooding and downstream flood
       evolution. Earth Moon & Planets, 96(1-2), 2005, 1-57, doi: 10.1007/s11038-005-9009-y
       [online publication].


GOUIN, T.†, HARNER, T.†, DALY, G. L.†, WANIA, F.†, MACKAY, D.† and JONES, K. C.

       Variability of concentrations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and polychlorinated biphenyls
       in air: implications for monitoring, modelling and control. Atmos. Environ., 39, 2005,
       151-66.


GUPTA, H. V.†, BEVEN, K. J. and WAGENER, T.†

       Model calibration and uncertainty estimation: in Anderson M. G. (Part I) and Beven, K. J.
       (Part II) (eds.), Encyclopaedia of hydrological sciences (Part II, section 131, volume 3),
       Chichester, Wiley, 2005, 2015-32.


HAMILTON-TAYLOR, J., SMITH, E. J., DAVISON, W. and SUGIYAMA, M.

       Resolving and modelling the effects of Fe and Mn redox cycling on trace metal behaviour in a
       seasonally anoxic lake. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 69, 2005, 1947-60.


HASSANIN, A.*, JOHNSTON, A. E.†, THOMAS, G. O. and JONES, K. C.

       Time trends of atmospheric PBDEs inferred from archived UK herbage. Environ. Sci.
       Technol., 39, 2005, 2436-41.


HASSANIN, A.*, LEE, R. G. M., STEINNES, E.† and JONES, K. C.

       PCDD/Fs in Norwegian and UK soils: implications for sources and environmental cycling.
       Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 4784-92.


HEAD, J. W.†, MARCHANT, D. R.†, SHEAN, D. R.†, FASSETT, C. I.† and WILSON, L.

       Interrelated glacial, volcanic and hydrologic processes on the Tharsis Montes, Olympus Mons
       and Hecates Tholus, Mars. Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, 86(52), 2005, P23B-0191.


HEATH, J., AYRES, E., POSSELL, M., BARDGETT, R. D., BLACK, H. I. J.†, GRANT, H.†,
INESON, P.† and KERSTIENS, G.

       Rising atmospheric CO2 reduces sequestration of root-derived soil carbon. Sci., 309, 2005,
       1711-13.


HERBERT, B. M. J.*, HALSALL, C. J., VILLA, S.†, FITZPATRICK, L., JONES, K. C.,
LEE, R. G. M. and KALLENBORN, R.†

       Polychlorinated naphthalenes in air and snow in the Norwegian Arctic: a local source or an
       Eastern Arctic phenomenon? Sci. Total Environ., 342, 2005, 145-60.
HERBERT, B. M. J.*, HALSALL, C. J., VILLA, S.†, JONES, K. C. and KALLENBORN, R.†

       Rapid changes in PCB and OC pesticide concentrations in Arctic snow. Environ. Sci.
       Technol., 39, 2005, 2998-3005.


HEWITT, C. N.

       Development and application of an urban tree air quality score (UTAQS) using the
       Birmingham (UK) metropolitan area as a case study by H. Donovan, C. N. Hewitt, H. Stewart,
       S. M. Owen and R. M. MacKenzie. Environ. Sci. & Technol., 39, 2005, 6730-8,
       doi: 10.1021/es050581.y [online publication].

       The effects of glacial atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and climate on isoprene emissions
       from vascular plants. Global Change Biol., 11, 2005, 60-9,
       doi: 10.1111/.1365-2486.2004.00889.x [online publication].


HOUGH, R. L., TYE, A., CROUT, N., McGRATH, S. P., ZHANG, H. and YOUNG, S.

       Evaluating a free ion activity model applied to metal uptake by Lolium perenne L. grown in
       contaminated soils. Plant & Soil, 270, 2005, 1-12.


IORGULESCU, I.†, BEVEN, K. J. and MUSY, A.†

       Data-based modelling of runoff and chemical tracer concentrations in the Haute-Menthue
       (Switzerland) research catchment. Hydrol. Processes, 19, 2005, 2557-74.


JARVIS, A. J., YOUNG, P. C., LEEDAL, D. T.* and CHOTAI, A.

       An incremental carbon emissions strategy for the global carbon cycle using state variable
       feedback control design: in Proceedings of the international symposium on stabilisation of
       greenhouse gases (paper 45), Met Office, UK, February 2005.


JAWARD, F. M.*, DI GUARDO, A.†, NIZZETTO, L.†, CASSANI, C.†, RAFFAELE, F.†,
FERRETTI, R.† and JONES, K. C.

       PCBs and selected organochlorine compounds in Italian mountain air: the influence of altitude
       and forest type. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 3455-63.


JAWARD, F. M.*, ZHANG, G.†, NAM, J. J.†, SWEETMAN, A. J., OBBARD, J. P.†, KOBARA, Y.†
and JONES, K. C.

       Passive air sampling of PCBs, organochlorine compounds and PBDEs across Asia. Environ.
       Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 8638-45.


JOERIN, C.†, BEVEN, K. J., MUSY, A.† and BALIN-TALAMBA, D.†

       Study of hydrological processes by the combination of environmental tracing and hillslope
       measurements: application to the Haute-Menthue catchment. Hydrol. Processes, 19, 2005,
       3127-45.
JONES, K. C.

       Hexchlorobenzene (HCB) – sources, environmental fate and risk characterisation. pp. 120.
       Eurochlor report, 2005.


JURADO, E.†, JAWARD, F.*, LOHMANN, R.†, JONES, K. C., SIMO, R.† and DACHS, J.†

       Wet deposition of persistent organic pollutants to the global oceans. Environ. Sci. Technol.,
       39, 2005, 2426-35.


KALANTZI, O. I.*, HALL, A. J., THOMAS, G. O. and JONES, K. C.

       The occurrence and accumulation of PBDEs and selected organochlorines in tagged grey seal
       (Halichoerus grypus) pups in the North Sea. Chemosphere, 58, 2005, 345-54.


KARAGEORGIS, A. P.†, KABERI, H.†, PRICE, N. B.†, MUIR, G. K. P.*, PATES, J. M. and
LYKOUSIS, V.†

       Chemical composition of short sediment cores from Thermaikos Gulf (Eastern
       Mediterranean): sediment accumulation rates, trawling and winnowing effects. Continental
       Shelf Res., 25, 2005, 2456-75.


KESZTHELYI, L.†, MILAZZO, M.†, JAEGER, W. L.†, WILSON, L. and MITCHELL, K. L.

       Reconciling lava temperatures and interior models for Io. Lunar Planet. Sci., XXXVI(1902),
       2005, CD-ROM.


KURT-KARAKUS, P. B.*, BIDLEMAN, T. F.† and JONES, K. C.

       Chiral organochlorine pesticide signatures in global background soils. Environ. Sci. Technol.,
       39, 2005, 8671-7.


LANGDON, C. J.†, WINTERS, C.†, STÜRZENBAUM, S. R.†, MORGAN, A. J.†,
CHARNOCK, J. M.†, MEHARG, A. A.†, PIEARCE, T. G., LEE, P. H.* and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Immunoperoxidase detection of metallothionein and ligand arsenic complexation in the
       earthworm Lumbricus rubellus inhabiting arsenic-rich soil. Environ. Sci. & Technol., 39,
       2005, 2042-8.


LEE, R. G. M., COLEMAN, P.†, JONES, J. L., JONES, K. C. and LOHMANN, R.†

       Emission factors and importance of PCDD/Fs, PCBs, PCNs, PAHs and PM10 from the
       domestic burning of coal and wood in the UK. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 1436-47.


LEE, R. G. M., THOMAS, G. O. and JONES, K. C.

       A detailed study of factors controlling atmospheric concentrations of PCNs. Environ. Sci.
       Technol., 39(13)(July), 2005, 4729-38.
LIU, X.†, ZHANG, G.†, JONES, K. C., LI, X.†, PENG, X.† and QI, S.†

        Compositional fractionation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in mosses (Hypnum
        plumaeformae) from the northern slope of Nanling Mountains, South China. Atmos. Environ.,
        39, 2005, 5490-9.


MACDONALD, R., FETTES, D. J., STEPHENSON, D. and GRAHAM, C. M.

        Basic and ultrabasic volcanic rocks from the Argyll Group (Dalradian) of NE Scotland. Scott.
        J. Geol., 41(2), 2005, 159-74.


MARTIN, F. L., PIEARCE, T. G., HEWER, A.†, PHILLIPS, D. H.† and SEMPLE, K. T.

        An in vivo-in vitro biomarker model of sublethal genotoxicity (DNA single-strand breaks and
        adducts): the sentinel organism Aporrectodea longa in spiked soil. Environ. Pollut., 138,
        2005, 307-15.


MASON, S. D., HAMON, R. E., NOLAN, A. L., ZHANG, H. and DAVISON, W.

        Performance of a mixed binding layer (MBL) for measuring anions and cations in a single
        assay using the diffusive gradients in thin films technique. Anal. Chem., 77, 2005, 6339-46.


MITCHELL, K. L., LEESCH, F.* and WILSON, L.

        Uncertainties in water discharge rates at the Athabasca Valles paleochannel system, Mars.
        Lunar Planet. Sci., XXXVI(1930), 2005, CD-ROM.


MITCHELL, K. L. and WILSON, L.

        Recent and future volcanism on Dormant Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci., XXXVI(1933), 2005,
        CD-ROM.


MORDAUNT, C. J.*, GEVAO, B., JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

        Formation of non-extractable pesticide residues: observations on compound differences,
        measurement and regulatory issues. Environ. Pollut., 133, 2005, 25-34.


MUIR, G. K. P.*, PATES, J. M., KARAGEORGIS, A. P.† and KABERI, H.†
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        Continental Shelf Res., 25, 2005, 2476-90.


NAJMAN, Y., CARTER, A. O. and DeCELLES, P.

        Provenance of early foreland basin sediments, Nepal: constraints to the timing and
        diachroneity of early Himalayan orogenesis. Geol., 33, 2005, 309-12.
NOLAN, A., ZHANG, H. and McLAUGHLIN, M. J.

       Prediction of zinc, cadmium, lead and copper availability to wheat in contaminated soils using
       chemical speciation, diffusive gradients in thin-films, extraction, and isotopic dilution
       techniques. J. Environ. Qual., 34, 2005, 496-507.


O’CONNELL, P. E.†, BEVEN, K. J., CARNEY, J. N.†, CLEMENTS, R. O.†, EWEN, J.†,
FOWLER, H.†, HARRIS, G. L.†, HOLLIS, J.†, MORRIS, J.†, O’DONNELL, G. M.†,
PACKMAN, J. C.†, PARKIN, A.†, QUINN, P. F.†, ROSE, S. C.†, SHEPHERD, M.† and
TELLIER, S.†

       Review of impacts of rural land use and management on flood generation: impact study
       report. pp. 142. London, Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Research and
       Development Technical Report FD2114/TR, Defra Flood Management Division, 2005.


O’CONNELL, P. E.†, BEVEN, K. J., CARNEY, J.†, CLEMENTS, R.†, EWEN, J.†, HARRIS, G.†,
HOLLIS, J.†, MORRIS, J.†, O’DONNELL, G.†, PACKMAN, J.†, PARKIN, A.†, QUINN, P.† and
SHEPHERD, F.†

       Impacts of land use management on flood generation: the current state of knowledge: in
       Proceedings of the 40th DEFRA flood and coastal management conference, University of
       York, 2005, 04.4.1-10.


PAGE, T., HAYGARTH, P. M.†, BEVEN, K. J., JOYNES, A.†, BUTLER, P.†, KEELER, C.†,
FREER, J., OWENS, P.† and WOODS, G.†

       Spatial variability of soil phosphorus in relation to the topographic index and critical source
       areas: sampling for risk to water quality. J. Environ. Qual., 34(6), 2005, 2263-77.


PAPPENBERGER, F.*, BEVEN, K. J., HORRITT, M.† and BLAZKOVA, S.†

       Uncertainty in the calibration of effective roughness parameters in HEC-RAS using
       inundation and downstream level observations. J. Hydrol., 302, 2005, 46-69.


PAPPENBERGER, F.*, BEVEN, K. J., HUNTER N.†, GOUWELEEUW, B.†, BATES, P.†,
de ROO, A.† and THIELEN, J.†

       Cascading model uncertainty from medium range weather forecasts (10 days) through a
       rainfall-runoff model to flood inundation predictions within the European Flood Forecasting
       System (EFFS). Hydrol. & Earth Syst. Sci., 9(4), 2005, 381-93.


PATON, G. I.†, WEITZ, H.†, KILLHAM, K.† and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Biological tools for the assessment of contaminated land. Soil Use & Manage., 21, 2005,
       487-99.


POSSELL, M., HEWITT, C. N. and BEERLING, D. J.†

       The effects of glacial atmospheric CO2 concentrations and climate on isoprene emissions by
       vascular plants. Global Change Biol., 11, 2005, 60-9.
ROMANOWICZ, R. J. and MACDONALD, R.

       Modelling uncertainty and variability in environmental systems. Acta Geophys. Polonica, 53,
       2005, 401-17.


SCOTT, B. F.†, SPENCER, C.†, MARTIN, J. W.†, BARRA, R.†, BOOTSMA, H. A.†, JONES, K. C.,
JOHNSTON, A. E.† and MUIR, D. C. G.†

       Comparison of haloacetic acids in the environment of the northern and southern hemispheres.
       Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 8664-70.


SCOTT, E. R. D.† and WILSON, L.

       Meteoritic and other constraints on the internal structure of small asteroids. Icarus, 174(1),
       2005, 46-53.


SEMPLE, K. T., JONES, K. C. and CRAVEN, A.

       Introductory remarks. Environ. Pollut. (special issue), 133, 2005, 1-2.


SHAFI, S.†, POLLARD, S. J. T.†, SMITH, R.†, SWEETMAN, A. J. and ROSEVEAR, A.†

       A fugacity approach for generating a landfill gas trace component source term: in
       Proceedings of the 10th international waste management and landfill symposium, Cagliari,
       Italy, October 2005, 10.


SHOEIB, M.†, HARNER, T.†, WILFORD, B. H.*, JONES, K. C. and ZHU, J.†

       Perfluorinated sulfonamides in indoor and outdoor air and indoor dust: occurrence,
       partitioning and human exposure. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 6599-606.


STOKES, J. D.*, PATON, G. I.† and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Behaviour and assessment of the bioavailability of organic contaminants in soil: relevance for
       risk assessment and remediation. Soil Use & Manage., 21, 2005, 475-86.


STOKES, J. D.*, WILKINSON, A., REID, B. J.†, JONES, K. C. and SEMPLE, K. T.

       Prediction of PAH biodegradation in contaminated soils using an aqueous hydroxypropyl-B-
       cyclodextrin extraction technique. Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 24, 2005, 1325-30.

       Validation of the use of an aqueous hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (HPCD) extraction as an
       indicator of PAH bioavailability in contaminated soils. Environ. Toxicol. & Chem., 24, 2005,
       1325-30.


SWEETMAN, A. J., DALLA VALLE, M.*, PREVEDOUROS, K.* and JONES, K. C.

       The key role of soil organic matter in the global cycling of persistent organic pollutants:
       interpreting and modelling field data. Chemopshere, 60, 2005, 959-72.
TANDY, S., BARBOSA, V., TYE, A., PRESTON, S., PATON, G., ZHANG, H. and McGRATH, S.

       Comparison of different microbial bioassays to assess metal contamination in soils. Environ.
       Toxicol. & Chem., 24, 2005, 530-6.


UNSWORTH, E., ZHANG, H. and DAVISON, W.

       Use of DGT to measure cadmium speciation in solutions with synthetic and natural ligands:
       comparison with model predictions. Env. Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 624-30.


van LEEUWEN, H. P., TOWN, R., BUFFLE, J., CLEVEN, M. J., DAVISON, W., PUY, J.,
van REIMSDIJK, W. H. and SIGG, L.

       Dynamic speciation analysis and bioavailability of metals in aquatic systems. Environ. Sci.
       Technol., 39, 2005, 8545-56.


WADGE, G., MACFARLANE, D. G., ROBERTSON, D. A., HALE, A. J., PINKERTON, H.,
BURRELL, R. V., NORTON, G. E. and JAMES, M. R.

       AVTIS: a novel millimetre-wave ground based instrument for volcano remote sensing. J.
       Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 146, 2005, 51-62.

       Field testing of the AVTIS radarometer at Soufriere Hills and Arenal volcanoes. Geophys.
       Res. Abstracts, 7, 2005, 08715.


WARNKEN, K., ZHANG, H. and DAVISON, W.

       Trace metal measurements in low ionic strength solutions by diffusive gradients in thin-films
       (DGT). Anal. Chem., 77, 2005, 5440-56.


WILD, E.*, DENT, J., THOMAS, G. O. and JONES, K. C.

       Direct observation of organic contaminant uptake, storage and metabolism within plant roots.
       Environ. Sci. Technol., 39(10)(May), 2005, 3695-702.

       Real-time visualisation and quantification of PAH photodegradation on and within plant
       leaves. Environ. Sci. Technol., 39(1)(January), 2005, 268-73.


WILFORD, B. H.*, SHOEIB, M.†, HARNER, T.†, ZHU, J.† and JONES, K. C.

       PBDEs in indoor dust in Ottawa, Canada: implications for sources and exposure. Environ.
       Sci. Technol., 39, 2005, 7027-35.


WILSON, L. and HEAD, J. W.†

       Dynamics of groove formation on Phobos by ejecta from Stickney crater: predictions and
       tests. Lunar Planet. Sci., XXXVI(1186), 2005, CD-ROM.


WILSON, L., SHEAN, D. E.† and HEAD, J. W.†

       Subglacial dike emplacement on Mars: radial ridges associated with the Pavonis Mons fan-
       shaped deposit. Lunar Planet. Sci., XXXVI(1189), 2005, CD-ROM.
DEPARTMENT OF EUROPEAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES


BARBERÀ, F.

       Dos corrents innovadors a la narrativa britànica contemporània. Els Marges, 75(Winter), 2005,
       99-107.

       Imatge i realitat a les cartes de Gabriel Miró: in Cortés, C. (ed.), Epístola i literatura, Valencia,
       Denes, 2005, 143-53.

       La presencia de la cultura catalana en Gabriel Miró: in Canelobre (special issue dedicated to
       Gabriel Miró), Alicante, 2005, 69-84.


CRAWSHAW, R. H.

       The essay as performance: function and self-representation in Michel Foucault’s ‘L’Ordre du
       Discours’: in Forsdick, C. and Stafford, A. (eds.), The modern French essay: sociology,
       genre, writing, Hamburg, Peter Lang, 2005.


FELL, A.

       Life after Léa: war and trauma in Colette’s ‘La fin de chéri’. Fr. Stud., 59, 2005, 495-507.


FIDDLER, A.

       Carinthia, interculturalism, and Austrian national identity: cultural reflections on 10 October
       1920. German Life & Lett., 58(2), 2005, 195-210.

       Jelinek and the university curriculum – honouring by teaching. Mod. Austrian Lit., 38(1/2),
       2005, 69-72.

       Sport and national identity in the ‘new’ Austria: sports plays by Jelinek, Franzobel and
       Streeruwitz: in Stewart, J., Ward, S. and Becksteiner, A. (eds.), Blueprints for no-man’s land:
       connections in contemporary Austrian culture, Oxford, Peter Lang, 2005, 111-30.


KALLIS, A.

       ‘Totalitarianism’ and ‘totalitarian dictatorship’ in the twentieth century: in de Quenoy, P.
       (ed.), History in dispute (volume 9), St Martin’s Press, 2005.


KESSOUS, N.

       Frantz Fanon and Algeria alienation and violence: in Majumdar, M. A. and Saad, M. (eds.),
       Transition and development in Algeria: economic, social and cultural challenges, Bristol,
       Intellect, 2005, 93-112.


NOTT, D. O.

       Roger Vailland: ‘Un jeune homme seul’ and ‘325 000 francs’. pp. 89. London, Grant and
       Cutler (Critical Guides to French Texts), 2005.
PAYNE, J. P.

          Schwierigkeiten der Uebersetzung technischer und wissenschaftlicher Begriffe bei Musil:
          in Luserke, M. (ed.), Alle Welt ist medial geworden: Literatur, Technik, Naturwissenschaft in
          der Klassischen Moderne, Munich, Franke Verlag, 2005, 247-60.


SMITH, B. and MERCER, S. †

          Lancaster-Graz intercultural web project: a preliminary report. ELT News, 52, 2005, 21-5.


STEEL, D.

          Antécédents gidiens. Matilde Rondeaux/Lucile Bucolin. Naissance d’un mythe. Mythe
          d’une naissance. Bull. Amis A. Gide, 145(January), 2005, 7-21.

          Pontigny. Présences britanniques: in Chaubet, F. and Paulhan, C. (eds.), S.I.E.C.L.E.,
          colloque de Cerisy, 100 ans de rencontres intellectuelles de Pontigny à Cerisy, Paris, IMEC,
          2005, 117-32.


TIHANOV, G.

          Hermeneutics and sociology between Germany and Russia: in search of the classic.
          Standford Salvic Stud., 29-30, 2005, 52-79.

          L’ideologie et le langage chez Voloshinow: comment l’esprit de al Lebensphilosophie a
          engender la sociologie marxiste: in Zbinden, K. and Henking, I. (eds.), La quadrature du
          cercle bakhtine, Centre du Traduction Litteraire, 2005, 125-67.


WAINE, A. E.

          Anne Segher’s ‘Transit’: a late modern thriller – without thrills. Neophilologus, 89, 2005,
          403-18.


WHITTON, D. W.

          ‘Bombay dreams’: commodity production: in Chaturvedi, R. and Singleton, B. (eds.),
          Ethnicity and identity: global performance, New Delhi, Rawat Publications, 2005, 288-96.




CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP


COLLINSON, D. L., COLLINSON, M., FOX, S., KERR, R. and SWAN, S. E.

          Local management and leadership: in Foster, A. (ed.), Realising the potential: a review of the
          future role of further education colleges, London, Department for Education and Skills, 2005,
          15.


FOX, S.

          An actor-network critique of community in higher education: implications for networked
          learning. Stud. Higher Educ., 30(1), 2005, 95-110.
FOX, S. and VICKERS, D.†

       Powers in a factory: in Czarniawska, B. and Hernes, T. (eds.), Actor-network theory and
       organising, Frederiksberg, Copenhagen Business School Press, 2005, 129-44.


SWAN, S. E.

       On bodies, rhinestones and pleasures: women teaching managers. Manage. Learn., 36(3),
       2005, 317-33.




DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY


AKPABIO, E. M.*, UKPONG, I. E.†, WATSON, N. M. and ITE, U. E.

       Integrated water management and local institutional empowerments: a lost opportunity in the
       cross river basin, Nigeria?: in Mathur, G. N. and Chawla, A. S. (eds.), Proceedings of the
       XIIth world water congress (water for sustainable development-towards innovative solutions):
       volume 1, New Delhi, India, 2005, 297-309.


BAER, L. D.

       Visual imprints on the prison landscape: a study on the decorations in prison cells. Tijds.
       Econ. & Soc. Geogr., 96(2), 2005, 209-17.


BARKER, P. A., PATES, J. M., PAYNE, R. J.* and HEALEY, R. M.*

       Changing nutrient nutrient levels in Grasmere, English Lake District, during recent centuries.
       Freshwater Biol., 50(12), 2005, 1971-81.


BICKERSTAFF, K. J.† and WALKER, G. P.

       Shared visions, unholy alliances: power, governance and deliberative processes in local
       transport planning. Urban Stud., 42(5), 2005, 2123-44.


BLACKBURN, G. A., CLARK, G. and PILGRIM, D.

       The gap year for geographers: effects and paradoxes. Geogr., 90(1), 2005, 32-41.


CHAPMAN, G. P.

       The natural and human environment of the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Basin: in
       Subedi, S. P. (ed.), International watercourses law for the 21st century: the case of the River
       Ganges Basin, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005, 119-47.


CLARK, G.

       Rivers as an economic resource: in Owen, S., Pooley, C. G., Folkard, A. M., Park, C. C.,
       Clark, G. and Watson, N. (eds.), Rivers in the British landscape, Lancaster, Carnegie Press,
       2005, 101-36.
       Secondary data: in Flowedew, R. T. N. and Martin, D. (eds.), Methods in human geography:
       a guide for students doing a research project, Harlow, Longman, 2005, 57-74.


ERDURAN, K., ILIC, S. and KUTIJA, V.†

       Hybrid finite-volume finite-difference scheme for the solution of Boussinesq equations. Int. J.
       Numerical Methods Fluids, 49, 2005, 1213-32.


FERRIER, G.†, MACKLIN, J. T.†, NEILL, S. P.†, FOLKARD, A. M., COPELAND, G. J. M.† and
ANDERSON, J. M.†

       Observing estuarine currents and fronts in the Tay Estuary, Scotland, using an airborne SAR
       with along-track interferometry (ATI). Int. J. Remote Sensing, 26(20), 2005, 4399-404.


FOLKARD, A. M.

       Hydrodynamics of model Posidonia oceanica patches in shallow water. Limnol. & Oceanogr.,
       50(5), 2005, 1592-600.


FOLKARD, A. M. and JONES, I. editors

       Proceedings of the 9th workshop on physical processes in natural waters. Lancaster,
       September 2005.


GUNAWARDENA, Y.*, ILIC, S., PINKERTON, H. and ROMANOWICZ, R.

       Data-based approaches to analysing and modelling beach morphological changes at Duck,
       North Carolina: in Proceedings of the coastal dynamics conference 2005, Barcelona, 2005.


GWANZURA-OTTEMOLLER, F.†, HOPKINS, P. E., LORIMER, H.† and PHILIP, L.†

       Reflections on postgraduate research training: staff and student perspectives. J. Geogr.
       Higher Educ., 29(2), 2005, 279-92.


HOUNSLOW, M. W.

       IGRF (v.4)- Windows program, for evaluating the Earth’s magnetic field components, using
       the 10th generation IGRF model coefficients.
       http://geography.lancs.ac.uk/cemp/resources/software/igrf2000.htm [online publication].
       2005.


HOWARD, D. J.† and HOPKINS, P. E.

       Editorial introduction: race, religion and the census. Population, Space & Place, 11(2), 2005,
       69-74.


ILIC, S., CHADWICK, A. J.† and FLEMING, C. A.†

       Detached breakwaters: an experimental investigation and implications for design – Part 1 –
       hydrodynamics. J. Maritime Engin., 158(MA3), 2005, 91-102.
        Detached breakwaters: an experimental investigation and implications for design – Part 2 –
        morphodynamics. J. Maritime Engin., 158(MA4), 2006, 163-72.


ITE, U. E.

        Poverty elimination in resource-rich developing countries: what have multinational
        corporations got to do with it? J. Int. Devel., 17, 2005, 913-29.

        Tree integration in homestead farms in southeast Nigeria: propositions and evidence.
        Geogr. J., 171(3), 2005, 209-22.


KOUKOULAS, S.† and BLACKBURN, G. A.

        Mapping individual tree location, height and species in broadleaved deciduous forest using
        airborne LiDAR and multi-spectral remotely sensed data. Int. J. Remote Sensing, 26(3), 2005,
        431-55.

        Spatial relationships between tree species and gap characteristics in broadleaved deciduous
        woodland. J. Veg. Sci., 16, 2005, 587-96.


LARGE, A. R. G.†, WALSH, C. L.†, ORR, H. G.†, NEWSON, M. D.† and KILSBY, C. G.

        Climate change and the water framework directive, incorporating river typologies.
        Environment Agency, UK, 2005.


LIU, Q. S.†, TORRENT, J.†, MAHER, B. A., YU, Y.†, DENG, C. L.†, ZHU, R. X.† and
ZHAO, X. X.†

        Quantifying the grain size distribution of the pedogenic magnetic particles in Chinese loess
        and its significance for pedogenesis. J. Geophys. Res. (Solid Earth), 110(B11), 2005, B11102.


MAHER, B. A. and HALLAM, D. F.†

        Magnetic carriers and remanence mechanisms in magnetite-poor sediments of Pleistocene age,
        southern North Sea margin: paper II. J. Q. Sci., 20, 2005, 79-94.

        Palaeomagnetic correlation and dating of Plio/Pleistocene sediments at the southern margins
        of the North Sea basin: paper I. J. Q. Sci., 20(1), 2005, 67-77.


MALTESE, A.†, FOLKARD, A. M., CIRAOLO, G.†, COX, E.† and FERRERI, G.†

        On the influence of flexible vegetation on flow fields in shallow water: a flume experiment:
        in Folkard, A. M. and Jones, I. (eds.), Proceedings of the 9th workshop on physical processes
        in natural waters, Lancaster, September 2005, 195-202.


METCALFE, S. E.†, WHYATT, J. D., NICHOLSON, J. P. G.†, DERWENT, R. G.† and
HEYWOOD, E.†

        Issues in model validation: assessing the performance of a regional-scale acid deposition
        model using measured and modelled data. Atmos. Environ., 39(4), 2005, 587-98.
MILLER, H.*, JONES, I.†, FOLKARD, A. M. and MABERLEY, S. C.†

       The vertical distribution of soluble reactive phosphorus in the water column of Esthwaite
       Water and the effect of physical variables: in Folkard, A. M. and Jones, I. (eds.), Proceedings
       of the 9th workshop on physical processes in natural waters, Lancaster, September 2005,
       183-90.


NEWTON, A. J.†, METCALFE, S. E.†, DAVIES, S. J.†, COOK, G.†, BARKER, P. A. and
TELFORD, R. J.†

       Late quaternary and holocene volcanic record preserved in lakes of Michoacán, central
       Mexico. Q. Sci. Rev., 24(1-2), 2005, 91-104.


OWEN, S., POOLEY, C. G., FOLKARD, A. M., PARK, C. C., CLARK, G. and WATSON, N.

       Rivers and the British landscape. pp. 255. Lancaster, Carnegie, 2005.


POOLEY, C. G.

       Rivers as a cultural resource: in Owen, S., Pooley, C. G., Folkard, A. M., Park, C. C.,
       Clark, G. and Watson, N. (eds.), Rivers and the British landscape, Lancaster, Carnegie, 2005,
       137-68.

       Space, society and history. J. Urban Hist., 31, 2005, 753-61.


POOLEY, C. G. and TURNBULL, J.

       Coping with congestion: responses to urban traffic problems in British cities c1920-1960.
       J. Hist. Geogr., 31(1), 2005, 78-93.


POOLEY, C. G., TURNBULL, J. and ADAMS, M.

       Changes in everyday mobility in England since the 1940s: a case study. Belgeo (Belgian J.
       Geogr.) (special issue on human mobility in a globalising world), 1-2, 2005, 69-83.

       Everywhere she went I had to tag along beside her: family, life course and everyday mobility
       in England since the 1940s. Hist. Family: Int. Q., 10(2), 2005, 119-36.

       The journey to school in England since the 1940s. Area, 31(1), 2005, 43-53.

       Kids in town: the changing action space and visibility of young people in urban areas: in
       Schildt, A. and Siegfried, D. (eds.), European cities, youth and the public sphere in the
       twentieth century, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005, 90-109.

       A mobile century?: changes in everyday mobility in Britain in the twentieth century. pp. 251.
       Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005.


POOLEY, C. G., TURNBULL, J., ADAMS, M. and Owen, S.

       Travelling around town: everyday mobility in Lancaster and Morecambe since the 1940s.
       pp. 42. Lancaster, Lancaster University, 2005.

       Travelling around town: everyday mobility in Manchester and Salford since the 1940s.
       pp. 42. Lancaster, Lancaster University, 2005.
POOLEY, S. and POOLEY, C. G.

       Such a splendid tale: the late-nineteenth century world of a young female reader. Cult. &
       Soc. Hist., 2, 2005, 329-51.


SIMMONS, P.† and WALKER, G. P.

       Technological risk and sense of place: industrial encroachment on place values: in
       Boholm, A. and Lofstedt, R. (eds.), Facility siting: risk, power and identify in land use
       planning, London, Earthscan, 2005, 136-55.


VINCENT, P.

       Polygenetic origin of limestone pavements in Northern England. Z. Geomorphol., 49, 2005,
       108-16.


WALKER, G. P., MITCHELL, G.†, FAIRBURN, J.† and SMITH, G.†

       Industrial pollution and social deprivation: evidence and complexity in evaluating and
       responding to environmental inequality. Local Environ., 10(4), 2005, 361-77.


WATSON, N. M.

       Integrated river basin management: a case for collaboration. Int. J. River Basin Manage.,
       2(3), 2005, 1-15.

       Partnerships for integrated land and water management: lessons from the Fraser Basin: in
       Shrubsole, D. and Watson, N. M. (eds.), Sustaining our futures: reflections on environment,
       economy and society, University of Waterloo Publication Series 60, Canada, University of
       Waterloo, 2005, 409-46.

       The use of visioning techniques for integrated river basin management: in Proceedings of the
       42nd annual conference of the Japan section of the regional science association international
       (RSAI), Tottori University, Japan, October 2005.


WHYTE, I. D.

       Landlord-tenant relationships in Scotland from the sixteenth century to modern times: in
       Beech, J., Hand, O., Mulhern, M. and Weston, J. (eds.), Scottish life and society. The
       individual and community life, Edinburgh, John Donald, 2005, 343-57.

       The landscape and environmental impact of mining and quarrying in upland Britain: in
       Whyte, I. D. and Winchester, A. J. L. (eds.), Society, landscape and environment in upland
       Britain, Society for Landscape Studies, Supplementary Series Volume 2, 2005, 111-24.

       Parliamentary enclosure. A crisis for upland landscapes and communities? Landscape
       Archaeol. & Ecol., 5, 2005, 101-12.

       Pre-improvement rural communities: lowland: in Beech, J., Hand, O., Mulhern, M. and
       Weston, J. (eds.), Scottish life and society. The individual and community life, Edinburgh,
       John Donald, 2005, 329-42.

       Taming the fells: parliamentary enclosure and the landscape in Northern England.
       Landscapes, 5, 2005, 46-61.
WHYTE, I. D. and WINCHESTER, A. J. L. editors

       Society, landscape and environment in upland Britain. pp. 180. Society for Landscape
       Studies Supplementary series volume 2, 2005.


WILBY, R. L.†, HEDGER, M.† and ORR, H.

       Climate change impacts and adaptation: a research agenda for the Environment Agency of
       England and Wales. Weather, 60(7), 2005, 206-11.




INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH RESEARCH


2004


MURPHY, G. and O’CALLAGHAN, A. C.†

       Capacity to consent to sexual relationships by adults with intellectual disabilities. Psychol.
       Med., 34, 2005, 1347-57.


WELSHMAN, J.

       Sports: in Goodman, J., Norton, M. and Parascandola, M. (eds.), Tobacco in history and
       culture: an encyclopaedia, Farmington Hills, ML, Scribner’s, 2004, 597-9.

       Youth tobacco use: in Goodman, J., Norton, M. and Parascandola, M. (eds.), Tobacco in
       history and culture: an encyclopaedia, Farmington Hills, ML, Scribner’s, 2004, 694-9.



2005


ARAI, L.†, ROBERTS, H.†, ROEN, K. and POPAY, J.

       It might work in Oklahoma but will it work in Oakhampton? What does the effectiveness
       literature on domestic smoke detectors tell us about context and implementation? Injury
       Prevention, 11(3), 2005, 148-51.


ATKINSON, D.†, INGHAM, N.† and WELSHMAN, J. editors

       Change ... and continuity 1959-71: in Rolph, S., Atkinson, D., Nind, M. and Welshman, J.
       (eds.), Witnesses to change: families, learning difficulties, and history, Kidderminster, British
       Institute of Learning Disabilities, 2005, 125-202.


ATTREE, P.

       Low-income mothers, nutrition and health: a systematic review of qualitative evidence.
       Maternal & Child Nutr., 1, 2005, 227-40.
       Parenting support in the context of poverty: a meta-synthesis of the qualitative evidence.
       Health & Soc. Care Commun., 13(4), 2005, 330-37.


BEADLE-BROWN, J.†, MURPHY, G. H. and WING, L.†

       Long-term outcome for people with severe intellectual disabilities: impact of social
       impairment. Am. J. Mental Retardation, 110, 2005, 1-12.


CLARK, D.

       The history of cancer pain relief. J. Pain & Symptom Manage., 29(1), 2005, 1.

       The international observatory on end of life care: a ‘community of effort’ for global
       improvement. Med. Paliativa, 12, 2005, 13-14.

       An interview with Cicely Saunders: da Oxford alla cura dei morenti, un viaggio professionale
       e spirituale. Rivista Ital. Cure Palliative, 3(Autumn), 2005, 10-20.

       Series editor’s preface: in Firth, P., Luff, G. and Oliviere, D. (eds.), Loss, change and
       bereavement in palliative care, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2005, vi-ix.

       Series editor’s preface: in Ling, J. and O’Siorain, L. (eds.), Palliative care in Ireland,
       Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2005, vi-vii.

       Series editor’s preface: in ten Have, H. and Welie, J. (eds.), Death and medical power,
       Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2005, ix-x.

       Series editor’s preface: in Waller, D. and Sibbett, C. (eds.), Art therapy and cancer care,
       Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2005, xv-xvi.


CLARK, D., SMALL, N.†, WRIGHT, M., WINSLOW, M. and HUGHES, N.†

       A bit of heaven for the few? An oral history of the hospice movement in the United Kingdom.
       pp. 240. Lancaster, Observatory Publications, 2005.


CLARK, D., THOMAS, C., LYNCH, T.* and BINGLEY, A.

       What are the views of people affected by cancer and other illnesses about end of life issues?
       Carer perspectives. pp. 126. Report to Macmillan Cancer Relief, 2005.


CLARK, D., THOMAS, C., McDERMOTT, E., BINGLEY, A., PAYNE, S.† and SEYMOUR, J.†

       What are the views of people affected by cancer and other illnesses about end of life issues?
       Professional and patient perspectives. pp. 125. Report to Macmillan Cancer Relief, 2005.


CONVERY, I.†, MORT, M., BAILEY, C. and BAXTER, J.

       Death in the wrong place: emotional geographies of the 2001 foot and mouth disease
       epidemic. J. Rural Stud., 21, 2005, 99-109.
DICKINSON, G. E.†, CLARK, D., WINSLOW, M. and MARPLES, R.†

       US physicians’ attitudes concerning euthanasia and physician-assisted death: a systematic
       literature review. Mortality, 10(1), 2005, 43-52.


DICKSON, K.*, EMERSON, E. and HATTON, C.

       Self-reported anti-social behaviour: prevalence and risk factors amongst adolescents with and
       without intellectual disability. J. Intellectual Disab. Res., 49(11), 2005, 820-6.


EMERSON, E.

       Issues in the assessment of challenging behaviour: in Hogg, J. and Langa, A. (eds.), Assessing
       adults with intellectual disabilities: a service providers’ guide, Oxford, Blackwell Publishing,
       2005, 74-85.

       Models of service delivery: in Grant, G., Goward, P., Richardson, M. and Ramcharan, P.
       (eds.), Learning disability: a life cycle approach to valuing people, Maidenhead, McGraw
       Hill and Open University Press, 2005, 108-27

       Underweight, obesity and physical activity in adults with intellectual disability in supported
       accommodation in Northern England. J. Intellectual Disab. Res., 49(2), 2005, 134-43.

       Use of the strengths and difficulties questionnaire to assess the mental health needs of children
       and adolescents with intellectual disabilities. J. Intellectual & Devel. Disab., 30(1), 2005,
       14-23.


EMERSON, E. and DURVASULA, S.†

       Health inequalities and people with intellectual disabilities: an introduction to the special
       issue. J. Appl. Res. Intellectual Disab., 18(2), 2005, 95-6.


EMERSON, E. and HATTON, C.

       Deinstitutionalisation. Tizard Learn. Disab. Rev., 10, 2005, 36-40.

       Deinstitutionalisation. Housing, Care & Support, 8(4), 2005, 23-7.

       The socio-economic circumstances of families supporting a child at risk of disability in Britain
       in 2002. Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, 2005.


EMERSON, E., MALAM, S.†, SPENCER, K.† and DAVIES, I.†

       Adults with learning difficulties in England 2003/4. pp. 129. Leeds, Health & Social Care
       Information Centre, 2005.


EMERSON, E., ROBERTSON, J., HATTON, C., KNAPP, M.†, WALSH, P. N.† and HALLAM, A.†

       Cost and outcomes of community residential supports in England: in Stancliffe, R. and
       Lakin, C. (eds.), Costs and outcomes: community services for people with intellectual
       disabilities, Baltimore, Brookes, 2005, 151-74.
EMERSON, E., ROBERTSON, J. and WOOD, J.

        Emotional and behavioural needs of children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities in
        an urban conurbation. J. Intellectual Disab. Res., 49, 2005, 16-24.

        The mental health needs of children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities in an urban
        conurbation. J. Intellectual Disab. Res., 49(1), 2005, 16-24.


EMERSON, E. and TURNBULL, L.*

        Self-reported smoking and alcohol use by adolescents with and without intellectual
        disabilities. J. Intellectual Disab., 9(1), 2005, 58-69.


FELCE, D.† and EMERSON, E.

        Community living, outcomes and economies of scale: in Stancliffe, R. and Lakin, C. (eds.),
        Costs and outcomes: community services for people with intellectual disabilities, Baltimore,
        Brookes, 2005, 45-62.


FINCH, T.† and MORT, M.

        Telecare: perspectives on the changing roles of patients and citizens. J. Telemed. & Telecare,
        11(suppl. 1), 2005, 51-3.


GILES, D. C.

        Relations between dieting, food beliefs, and magical thinking in adolescence: in Proceedings
        of the BPS division of health psychology annual conference, Coventry University, September
        2005.


GILES, D. C. editor

        Qualitative research in psychology, 2005.


GILES, D. C., PIETRZYKOWSKI, S. and CLARK, K. E.

        The joy of ownership: the psychological meaning of personal record collections: in
        Proceedings of the 9th European congress of psychology, Granada, Spain, July 2005.


GOLDING, L.†, EMERSON, E. and THORNTON, A.†

        An evaluation of specialised community-based residential supports for people with
        challenging behaviour. J. Intellectual Disab., 9(2), 2005, 145-54.


GOODWIN, D., POPE, C.†, MORT, M. and SMITH, A.†

        Access, boundaries and their effects: legitimate participation in anaesthesia. Sociol. Health &
        Illness, 27(6)(September), 2005, 855-71.
GRAHAM, F.* and CLARK, D.

       Addressing the basics of palliative care. Int. J. Palliative Nurs., 11(1), 2005, 36-9.

       Definition and evaluation: developing the debate on community participation in palliative
       care. Indian J. Palliative Care, 11(1), 2005, 2-5.

       The syringe driver and the subcutaneous route in palliative care: the inventor, the history and
       the implications. J. Pain & Symptom Manage., 29(1), 2005, 32-40.


GRINYER, A.

       Personal agendas in emotionally demanding research. Soc. Res. Update, 46, 2005.


HATTON, C.

       Poorly served. Commun. Care, September, 2005, 36-7.


HATTON, C., EMERSON, E. and LOBB, C.

       Evaluating the impact of valuing people. Report of phase 1: a review of existing national
       datasets. Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, 2005.


HATTON, C., HADDOCK, G.†, TAYLOR, J. T.†, COLDWELL, J.†, CROSSLEY, R.* and
PECKHAM, N.†

       The reliability and validity of general psychotic rating scales with people with mild and
       moderate intellectual disabilities: an empirical investigation. J. Intellectual Disab. Res., 49,
       2005, 490-500.


HATTON, C. and TAYLOR, J. L.†

       Promoting healthy lifestyles: mental health: in Grant, G., Goward, P., Richardson, M. and
       Ramcharan, P. (eds.), Learning disability: a life-cycle approach to valuing people,
       Maidenhead, Open University Press/McGraw Hill Educational, 2005, 559-603.


MacGREGOR, S.

       No sustainability without justice: a feminist critique of environmental citizenship: in
       Dobson, A. and Bell, D. (eds.), Environmental citizenship, Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press,
       2005, 101-26.

       The public, the private, the planet, and the province: women’s quality of life activism in
       urban Southern Ontario: in Hessing, M., Raglan, R. and Sandilands, C. (eds.), This elusive
       land: women and the Canadian environment, Vancouver, University of British Columbia
       Press, 2005, 169-87.


MALTBY, J.†, GILES, D. C., BARBER, L.† and McCUTCHEON, L. E.†

       Intense-personal celebrity worship and body image: evidence of a link among female
       adolescents. Br. J. Health Psychol., 10(1), 2005, 17-32.
MATERSTVEDT, L. J.†, CLARK, D., ELLERSHAW, J.†, FØRDE, R.†, GRAVGAARD, A.-M.†,
MÜLLER-BUSCH, H. C.†, PORTA i SALES, J.† and RAPIN, C.-H.†

       Eutanasia ja lääkäriavusteinen itsemurha: EAPC:n eettisten kysymysten työryhmän näkemys.
       Suomen Lääkärilehti, 40/2005(60), 2005, 4027-31.


MAY, C.†, FINCH, T.†, MAIR, F.† and MORT, M.

       Towards a wireless patient: chronic illness, scarce care and technological innovation in the
       United Kingdom. Soc. Sci. & Med., 61(7), 2005, 1485-94.


MAY, N.†, POPE, C.† and POPAY, J.

       Systematically reviewing qualitative and quantitative evidence to inform management and
       policy-making in the health field. J. Health Services Res. & Policy, 10(suppl. 1), 2005, 1-15.


McDERMOTT, E. and GRAHAM, H.

       Resilient young mothering: social inequalities, late modernity and the ‘problem’ of ‘teenage’
       motherhood. J. Youth Stud., 8(1), 2005, 59-79.


MILLIGAN, C.

       Axes 2 – the increasing participation of users into medical activities and debates: in Medicine,
       health and society in Europe: trends and prospects, ITEMS network, CES, Coimbra,
       Portugal, 2005.

       From home to ‘home’: situating emotions within the care-giving experience. Environ. &
       Planning A, 37(12), 2005, 2105-20.

       Placing narrative correspondence in the geographer’s toolbox: insights from care research in
       New Zealand. N. Z. Geogr., 61, 2005, 213-24.


MILLIGAN, C., BINGLEY, A. and GATRELL, A. C.

       Digging deep: using diary techniques to explore the place of health and well-being amongst
       older people. Soc. Sci. & Med., 61, 2005, 1882-92.

       Healing and feeling: the place of emotions for older people: in Davidson, J., Smith, M. and
       Bondi, L. (eds.) Emotional geographies, Ashgate, Aldershot, 2005, 49-62.


MILLIGAN, C. and FYFE, N.†

       Making space for volunteers: exploring the links between voluntary organisations,
       volunteering and citizenship. J. Urban Stud. 1, 42(3), 2005, 417-34.


MORRIS, S. M. and THOMAS, C.

       Placing the dying body: emotional, situational and embodied factors in preferences for place
       of final care and death in cancer: in Davidson, J., Bondi, L. and Smith, M. (eds.), Emotional
       geographies, Aldershot, Ashgate Publishers, 2005, 19-32.
MORT, M., CONVERY, I.†, BAXTER, J. and BAILEY, C.

       Psychosocial effects of the 2001 UK foot and mouth disease epidemic in a rural population:
       qualitative diary based study. Br. Med. J., October, 2005, doi:10.1136/bmj.38603.375856.68
       [online publication].


MORT, M. and FINCH, T.†

       Principles for telemedicine and telecare: a citizens’ panel perspective. J. Telemed. &
       Telecare, 11(suppl. 1), 2005, 66-8.


MORT, M., GOODWIN, D., SMITH, A. F.† and POPE, C.†

       Safe asleep? Human machine relations in medical practice. Soc. Sci. & Med., 61(9), 2005,
       2027-37.


MROWICKI, J. and GILES, D. C.

       Desire and motivation for fame in a group of aspiring musicians: a qualitative study: in
       Proceedings of the 55th conference of the international communication association, New
       York, May 2005.


MSETFI, R. M.*, MURPHY, R. M., SIMPSON, J. and KORNBROT, D. E.

       Depressive realism and outcome density bias in contingency judgements: the effect of the
       context and intertrial interval. J. Exper. Psychol. (General), 134, 2005, 10-22.


MURPHY, G.

       Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities, 2005.


MURPHY, G., BEADLE-BROWN, J.†, WING, L.†, GOULD, J.†, SHAH, A.† and HOMES, N.†

       Chronicity of challenging behaviours in people with severe intellectual disabilities and/or
       autism: a total population sample. J. Autism & Devel. Disorders, 35, 2005, 405-18.


NOBLE, B.†, CLARK, D., MELDRUM, M., ten HAVE, H.†, SEYMOUR, J.†, WINSLOW, M. and
PAZ, S.†

       The measurement of pain, 1945-2000. J. Pain & Symptom Manage., 29(1), 2005, 14-21.


O’BRIEN, T.† and CLARK, D.

       A national plan for palliative care – the Irish experience: in Ling, J. and O’Siorain, L. (eds.),
       Palliative care in Ireland, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2005, 3-18.


OLIVER, C.†, HALL, S.† and MURPHY, G.

       The early development of self-injurious behaviour: evaluating the role of social
       reinforcement. J. Intellectual Disab. Res., 49, 2005, 591-9.
PAZ, S.† and CLARK, D.

       Palliative care in Colombia. Progress in Palliative Care, 13(2), 2005, 75-83.


PETTIGREW, M.†, WHITEHEAD, M.†, BAMBRA, C.†, EGAN, M.†, GRAHAM, H.,
MacINTRYE, S.† and McDERMOTT, E.

       Systematic reviews in public health: the work of the ESRC centre for evidence based public
       health policy: in An evidence-based approach to public health and tackling health
       inequalities, Milton Keynes, Open University Press, 2005.


POPAY, J.

       Moving beyond floccinaucinihilipilification: enhancing the utility of systematic reviews.
       J. Clin. Epidemiol., 58(11), 2005, 1079-80.

       Seeking somewhere to stop: in Oliver, A. (ed.), Personal histories in health research,
       London, The Nuffield Trust, 2005, 155-72.


ROBERTSON, J., EMERSON, E., HATTON, C., ELLIOTT, J., McINTOSH, B.†, SWIFT, P.†,
KRIJNEN-KEMP, E.†, TOWERS, C.†, ROMEO, R.†, KNAPP, M.†, SANDERSON, H.†,
ROUTLEDGE, M.†, OAKES, P.† and JOYCE, T.†

       The impact of person-centred planning. Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University,
       2005.


ROBERTSON, J., EMERSON, E., PINKNEY, L., CAESAR, E., FELCE, D.†, MEEK, A.†,
CARR, D.†, LOWE, K.†, KNAPP, M.† and HALLAM, A.†

       Community-based residential supports for people with intellectual disabilities and challenging
       behaviour: the views of neighbours. J. Appl. Res. Intellectual Disab., 18(1), 2005, 85-92.

       Treatment and management of challenging behaviour in community-based supported
       accommodation. J. Intellectual Disab. Res., 49(1), 2005, 63-72.


ROBERTSON, J., HATTON, C., FELCE, D.†, MEEK, A.†, CARR, D.†, KNAPP, M.†,
HALLAM, A.†, EMERSON, E., PINKNEY, L., CAESAR, E. and LOWE, K.†

       Staff stress and morale in community-based settings for people with intellectual disabilities
       and challenging behaviour: a brief report. J. Appl. Res. Intellectual Disab., 18(3), 2005,
       271-7.


ROCKWELL, D. and GILES, D. C.

       Celebrity and being-in-the-world: the phenomenology of fame: in Proceedings of the 55th
       conference of the international communication association, New York, May 2005.


ROEN, K.

       Queer kids: towards ethical clinical interactions with intersex people: in Shildrick, M. and
       Mykitiuk, R. (eds.), Ethics of the body: postconventional challenges, Boston, MA, MIT Press,
       2005, 259-78.
ROLPH, S.†, ATKINSON, D.†, NIND, M.† and WELSHMAN, J. editors

       Witnesses to change: families, learning difficulties, and history. pp. x + 335. Kidderminster,
       British Institute of Learning Disabilities, 2005.


SANDHU, H., FISHER, J., GILES, D. C., BARNETT, M., COOKE, H. and DALE, J.

       Breaking bad news: investigating gender and communication style using the medical
       interaction process system: in Proceedings of the BPS division of health psychology annual
       conference, Coventry University, September 2005.


SEYMOUR, J.† and CLARK, D.

       The modern history of morphine use in cancer pain. Eur. J. Palliative Care, 12(4), 2005,
       152-5.


SEYMOUR, J.†, CLARK, D. and WINSLOW, M.

       Pain and palliative care: the emergence of new specialties. J. Pain & Symptom Manage.,
       29(1), 2005, 2-13.


SOINTU, E.

       In search of wellbeing: in Proceedings of the medicine, health and society in Europe
       conference: trends and prospects, Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal,
       2005, 185-8.

       The rise of an ideal: tracing changing discourses of wellbeing. Sociol. Rev., 52(2), 2005,
       255-74.


SOOTHILL, K. L., FRANCIS, B. J., AWWAD, F.†, MORRIS, S. M., THOMAS, C. and
McILLMURRAY, M. B.†

       Cancer patients: grouping by psychosocial needs. J. Psychosoc. Oncol., 22(2), 2005, 90-109.


THOMAS, C.

       Place of death: exploring preferences. Cancer Nurs. Practice, 4(6), 2005, 17-20.

       The place of death of cancer patients: can qualitative data add to known factors? Soc. Sci. &
       Med., 60(11), 2005, 2597-607.


THORNTON, A.† and HATTON, C.

       A survey of exposure to crime and perceptions of crime amongst older adults across
       Blackpool and Fylde and Cambridgeshire. Institute for Health Research, Lancaster
       University, Lancaster, 2005.


THORNTON, A.†, HATTON, C., RALPH, L.† and OWEN, T.†

       Understanding the older person’s awareness and experience of doorstep crime: results of a
       national survey. Crime Prevention & Commun. Safety: Int. J., 7, 2005, 31-42.
WELSHMAN, J.

       Health: in Addison, P. and Jones, H. (eds.), A companion to contemporary Britain
       1939-2000, Oxford, Blackwell, 2005, 297-314.

       Hospital provision, resource allocation, and the early national health service: the Sheffield
       regional hospital board, 1947-74: in Pelling, M. and Mandelbrote, S. (eds.), The practice of
       reform in health, medicine, and science 1500-2000: essays for Charles Webster, Aldershot,
       Ashgate, 2005, 279-301.

       Ideology, social science and public policy: the debate over transmitted deprivation. Twentieth
       Century Br. Hist., 16(3), 2005, 306-41.

       A Trojan horse: the concept of the unemployable: in Proceedings of the medicine, health and
       society in Europe conference: trends and prospects: ITEMS network symposium, Coimbra,
       Portugal, 2005, 300-3.


WELSHMAN, J., NIND, M.† and ROLPH, S.†

       General introduction: in Rolph, S., Atkinson, D., Nind, M. and Welshman, J. (eds.),
       Witnesses to change: families, learning difficulties, and history, Kidderminster, British
       Institute of Learning Disabilities, 2005, 11-32.


WINSLOW, M. and CLARK, D.

       St Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney. A century of caring in the East End of London. pp. 152.
       Lancaster, Observatory Publications, 2005.


WINSLOW, M., SEYMOUR, J.† and CLARK, D.

       Stories of cancer pain: a historical perspective. J. Pain & Symptom Manage., 29(1), 2005,
       22-31.


WRIGHT, M. and CLARK, D.

       Hospice and palliative care in Africa: a handbook. pp. 763. Report to Diana, Princess of
       Wales Memorial Fund and Elton John AIDS Foundation, 2005.




DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY


DIXON, T.

       The invention of altruism: Auguste Comte’s ‘Positive polity’ and respectable unbelief in
       Victorian Britain: in Knight, D. and Eddy, M. (eds.), Science and beliefs: from natural
       philosophy to natural science, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005, 195-211.

       Religion and science: in Hinnells, J. (ed.), Companion to the study of religion, London,
       Routledge, 2005, 256-72.
EALHAM, C.

       La calle como memoria y conflicto (Barcelona, 1914-1923). Hist., Antropol. & Fuentes Orales,
       34, 2005, 115-36.

       Class, culture and conflict in Barcelona, 1898-1937. pp. 264. London, Routledge, 2005.

       An ‘imagined geography’: ideology, urban space and protest in the creation of Barcelona’s
       ‘Chinatown’, c.1835-1936. Int. Rev. Soc. Hist., 50(3), 2005, 373-97.

       The life and struggles of José Peirats: in Ealham, C. (ed.), José Peirats’ ‘The CNT in the
       Spanish Revolution’ (volume 2), Hastings, The Christie Press, 2005, i-xxxi.

       La lucha por la ciudad: clase, cultura y conflicto social en Barcelona, 1898-1937. pp. 381.
       Madrid, Alianza Editorial, 2005.

       The myth of the ‘maddened crowd’: class, culture and space in the revolutionary urbanist
       project in Barcelona, 1936-7: in Ealham, C. and Richards, M. (eds.), The splintering of Spain:
       new historical perspectives on the Spanish civil war, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,
       2005, 111-32.


EALHAM, C. editor

       José Peirats’ ‘The CNT in the Spanish Revolution’ (volume 2). pp. 312. Hastings, The Christie
       Press, 2005.


EALHAM, C. and RICHARDS, M.† editors

       History, memory and the Spanish civil war: in Ealham, C. and Richards, M. (eds.),
       The splintering of Spain: new historical perspectives on the Spanish civil war, Cambridge,
       Cambridge University Press, 2005, 1-20.

       The splintering of Spain: new historical perspectives on the Spanish civil war. pp. 282.
       Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005.


EVANS, E. J.

       Harold Perkin: obituary. Cult. & Soc. Hist., 2(2), 2005, 137-40.

       Popular radicalism. Published on the website of the Liberal Democrat History Group,
       www.liberalhistory.org.uk/record [online publication].


HARMAN, P. and MITTON, S. editors

       Cambridge scientific minds. pp. 255. Chinese language translation, Hebei University Press,
       2005.


HAYWARD, P. A.

       Before the coming of popular heresy: the rhetoric of heresy in English historiography,
       c. 700-1154: in Hunter, I., Laursen, J. C. and Nederman, C. J. (eds.), Heresy in transition:
       transforming ideas of heresy in medieval and early modern Europe, Catholic Christendom
       1300-1700, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005, 9-27.
       The cult of St Alban, ‘Anglorum protomartyr’, in Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England:
       in Leemans, J. (ed.), More than a memory: the discourse of martyrdom and the construction
       of Christian identity in the history of Christianity, Annua Nuntia Lovaniensia 51 Louvain,
       Peeters, 2005, 169-99.


HICKMAN, T. and BERRIDGE, V.

       State of the science report on the history of addiction. For the Foresight Project on Brain
       Science, Addiction and Drugs (Office of Science and Technology, DTI, Home Office, UK,
       2005.


JOTISCHKY, A. and HULL, C.†

       The Penguin historical atlas of the medieval world. pp. 144. London, Penguin Books, 2005.


MULLETT, M. A.

       The literature of the counter-reformation: in Pavlovski, L. (ed.), Literature criticism from
       14000 to 1800 critical discussion on the works of fifteenth, sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and
       eighteenth-century novelists, poets, playwrights, philosophers and other creative artists:
       volume 109, London and New York, Thompson Gale Literary Criticism Series, 2005, 221-33.


PALLADINO, P. and MOREIRA, T.

       Between truth and hope: on Parkinson’s disease, neurotransplantation and the production of
       the ‘self’. Hist. Hum. Sci., 18(3), 2005, 55-82.

       From Antigone to Phocion’s wife: reflections on trauma, the holocaust and the bio-political.
       Rethinking Hist., 9, 2005, 111-23.

       On film, the political animal and the return of just war. Theory & Event, 8(2), 2005,
       http://www.lancs.ac.uk/depts/history/staff/onthepoliticalanimalandthereturnofjustwar.htm
       [online publication].


PENISTON-BIRD, C. M.

       Coffee, Klimt and climbing: constructing an Austrian national identity in tourist literature
       1918-1938: in Walton, J. K. (ed.), Histories of tourism: representation, identity and conflict,
       Clevedon, Buffalo and Toronto, Channel View Publications, 2005, 162-78.


RICHARDS, J.

       Sir Henry Irving: a Victorian actor and his world. pp. 508. London, Chamberlain, 2005.

       Humfrey Jennings: the poet as propagandist: in Connelly, M. and Welch, D. (eds.), War and
       the media, London, I. B. Tauris, 2005, 127-38.


ROHKRÄMER, T.

       Martin Heidegger, national socialism and environmentalism: in Brüggemeier, F.-J., Cioc, M.
       and Zeller, T. (eds.), How green were the Nazis? Nature, environment and nation in the Third
       Reich, Athens, Ohio University Press, 2005, 171-203.
SHOTTER, D. C. A.

       Augustus Caesar. pp. viii + 128. London, Routledge, 2005.

       The fall of the Roman republic (2nd edition). pp. viii + 122. London, Routledge, 2005.

       Nero (2nd edition). pp. ix + 117. London, Routledge, 2005.


STRINGER, K. J.

       The emergence of a nation state, 1100-1300: in Wormald, J. (ed.), Scotland: a history,
       Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005, 38-76.

       Kingship, conflict and state-making in the reign of Alexander II: the war of 1215-17 and its
       context: in Oram, R. D. (ed.), The reign of Alexander II, 1214-1249, Leiden and Boston, Brill,
       2005, 99-156.


WINCHESTER, A. J. L.

       Moorland forests of medieval England: in Whyte, I. D. and Winchester, A. J. L. (eds.),
       Society, landscape and environment in upland Britain, Birmingham, Society for Landscape
       Studies, 2005, 21-34.

       Regional identity in the Lake Counties: land tenure and the Cumbrian landscape. N. Hist.,
       42(1), 2005, 29-48.


WHYTE, I. D. and WINCHESTER, A. J. L. editors

       Society, landscape and environment in upland Britain. pp. 180. Birmingham, Society for
       Landscape Studies supplementary series, 2005.




LAW SCHOOL


BIGGS, H.

       The assisted dying for the terminally ill bill 2004: will English law soon allow patients the
       choice to die? Eur. J. Health Law, 12, 2005, 43-56.


BUTLER, I.

       The rights of the child in the case law of the inter-American court of human rights: recent
       cases. Hum. Rights Rev., 5(1), 2005, 151-67.


CHATTERJEE, B.

       Different space, same place? Feminist perspectives on contracts in cyberspace: in
       Wheeler, L. and Mulcahy, S. (eds.), Feminist perspectives on contract law, London,
       Glasshouse Press, 2005, 109-24.

       Pixels, pimps and prostitutes: human rights and the cyber sex trade: in Murray, M. and
       Klang, A. (eds.), Human rights in the digital age, London, Cavendish, 2005, 11-26.
DOUPÉ, M.

       The philosophical foundations of environmental law – property, rights and nature. J. Environ.
       Law, 17(3), 2005, 461-2.


FIJALKOWSKI, A.

       Capital punishment in Poland: an aspect of the ‘cultural life’ of death penalty discourse: in
       Boulanger, A. and Sarat, C. (eds.), The cultural lives of capital punishment: comparative
       perspectives, Stanford, California, USA, Stanford University Press, 2005, 147-68.


FOVARGUE, S.

       Book review of R. Scott, ‘Rights, duties and the body: law and ethics of the maternal-foetal
       conflict’. Med. Law Rev., 13, 2005, 131-5.

       Consenting to bio-risk xenotransplantation and the law. Legal Stud., 25(3), 2005, 404-30.

       A leap of faith? Sanctioning xenotransplant clinical trials. Liverpool Law Rev., 26, 2005,
       125-47.


HOWELLS, G.

       Consumer protection law. pp. 679. Part of the ‘Markets and the law’ series, edited by
       Howells, G. and Weatherill, S., Aldershot, Hampshire, Ashgate, 2005.

       Defect in English law – lessons for the harmonisation of European product liability: in
       Fairgrieve, D, (ed.), Product liability in comparative perspective, Cambridge, Cambridge
       University Press, 2005, 138-52.

       General clauses in European consumer law: in Micklitz, H.-W. (ed.), Verbraucherrecht in
       Deutschland – Stand und Perspektiven, Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2005, 397-419.

       Information and product liability – a game of Russian roulette?: in Howells, G., Jansen, A.
       and Schulze, R. (eds.), Information rights and obligations – a challenge for party autonomy
       and transactional fairness, Aldershot, Hampshire, Ashgate, 2005, 155-69.

       Molto rumore per nulla? L’attuazione della diretiva 99/44/CE Nell’ordinamento inglese: in
       Twigg-Flesner, R. and Alessi, C. (eds.), La vendita di beni di consumo, Milan, Giuffre
       Editore, MVLTA PAVCIS (AG), 2005, 243-70.

       The potential and limits of consumer empowerment by information. J. Law & Soc., 32(3),
       2005, 349-70.

       Product liability – a history of harmonisation: in Fairgrieve, D. (ed.), Product liability in
       comparative perspective, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, 202-17.

       The scope of European consumer law. Eur. Contract Law Rev., 1, 2005, 360-72.


HOWELLS, G., JANSSEN, A.† and SCHULZE, R.† editors

       Information rights and obligations – a challenge for party autonomy and transactional
       fairness. pp. 246. Aldershot, Hampshire, Ashgate, 2005.
HOWELLS, G. and TWIGG-FLESNER, C.†

       What sort of Europe do consumers want? Consumer Policy Rev., 15, 2005, 169-74.


HOWELLS, G. and WEATHERILL, S.† editors

       Consumer protection law: markets and the law (2nd edition). pp. 679. Aldershot, Hampshire,
       Ashgate, 2005.


LAWTON, P. and CHENG, W.-Q.†

       SOEs reform from a governance perspective and its relationship with the privately owned
       publicly listed corporation in China: in MacBean, D. H. and Brown, A. (eds.), Challenges for
       China’s development: an enterprise perspective, London, Routledge (Taylor and Francis
       Group), 2005, 24-47.


MAUTHE, B.

       A critique on legal analysis of local government and the central-local relationship. N. Ireland
       Legal Q., 56, 2005, 373-93.

       The notion of sovereignty and its presentation within public law: a critique on the use of
       theory and concepts. N. Ireland Q., 56(1), 2005, 63-82.


MILMAN, D.

       Companies: issues of status, standing and jurisdiction. Sweet and Maxwell’s Co. Law Newsl.,
       12(1), 2005, 1-4.

       The new administration procedure – further enlightenment. Sweet and Maxwell’s Co. Law
       Newsl., 9(1), 2005, 1-4.

       Personal insolvency: law, regulation and policy: in Howells, G. (ed.), Markets and the law,
       Aldershot, Hampshire, Ashgate, 2005.

       Regulating managerial standards – current developments. Sweet and Maxwell’s Co. Law
       Newsl., 17(1), 2005, 1-4.

       Shareholder remedies and the scope of the reflective loss (or no reflective loss) principle.
       Sweet and Maxwell’s Co. Law Newsl., 4(1), 2005, 1-5.


MILMAN, D. and SEALY, L.† editors

       Sealy and Milman: annotated guide to the insolvency legislation: volume 1 (8th edition).
       pp. 1196. Thomson – Sweet and Maxwell, 2005.

       Sealy and Milman: annotated guide to the insolvency legislation: volume 2 98th edition).
       pp. 1154. Thomson – Sweet and Maxwell, 2005.


PICCIOTTO, S.

       Rights, responsibilities and regulation of international business: in Beveridge, F. (ed.),
       Globalisation and international investment, Aldershot, Hampshire, Ashgate, 2005, 177-98.
       The WTO’s appellate body: legal formalism as a legitimation of global governance.
       Gov.: Int. J. Policy, Admin. & Inst., 18(3), 2005, 477-503.


ROWE, P.

       The application of the European convention on human rights during an international armed
       conflict: in Burchill, R., White, N. and Morris, J. (eds.), International conflict and security
       law, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, 185-208.

       War and armed conflict: in Halsbury’s laws of England: volume 49/1 (4th edition), London,
       Butterworth’s/Lexis Nexis UK, 2005, 525-761.


SEYMOUR, D.

       The absence of contradiction of absence and the contradiction of absence: law ethics and the
       Holocaust: in Freeman, M. (ed.), Law and popular culture, current legal issues (volume 7),
       Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005, 1-84.

       The slave, the noble and the Jews: reflections on section 7 of ‘On the genealogy of morals’:
       in Valman, T. and Kushner, N. (eds.), Philosemitism, antisemitism and the Jews, London,
       Dartmouth, 2005, 215-28.


SUGARMAN, D.

       Hart interviewed: H. L. A. Hart in conversation with David Sugarman. J. Law & Soc., 32(2),
       2005, 267-93.


SUMMERS, J.

       The right of self determination and nationalism in international law. Int. J. Minority &
       Groups Rights, 12(4), 2004, 325-54.




DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE


ALDERSON, J. C.

       Diagnosing foreign language proficiency: the interface between learning and assessment.
       London, Continuum, 2005.

       Editorial. Lang. Test.: special issue on Lang. Assess. Eur., 22(3), 2005.


ALDERSON, J. C. editor

       Special issue of Language testing: language assessment in Europe, 22(3), 2005


ALDERSON, J. C. and HUHTA, A.

       The development of a suite of computer-based diagnostic tests based on the Common
       European Framework. Lang. Test., 22(3), 2005, 301-20.
AUER, P.†, HINSKENS, F.† and KERSWILL, P. editors

       Dialect change: convergence and divergence in European languages. Cambridge,
       Cambridge University Press, 2005.


BAKER, P.

       Public discourses of gay men. London, Routledge, 2005.


BAKER, P. and McENERY, A. M.

       A corpus-based approach to discourses of refugees and asylum seekers in UN and newspaper
       texts. Lang. & Polit., 2005.


BANERJEE, J. and CLAPHAM, C.†

       The TOEFL CBT: in Chapelle, C. and Stoynoff, S. (eds.), ESOL tests and testing, Alexandria,
       VA, TESOL, 2005, 95-9.


BARTON, D. P.

       Exploring family literacy: in Herrington, M. and Kendall, A. (eds.), Insights from research
       and practice: a handbook for adult literacy, numeracy and ESOL practitioners, Leicester,
       NIACE, 2005, 528-33.

       Situating literacies: in Herrington, M. and Kendall, A. (eds.), Insights from research and
       practice: a handbook for adult literacy, numeracy and ESOL practitioners, Leicester,
       NIACE, 2005, 40-5.

       When the magic of literacy wears thin. Lit. & Num. Stud., 14(2), 2006, 93-7.


BARTON, D. P. and HAMILTON, M.

       Literacy, reification and the dynamics of social interaction: in Barton, D. P. and Tusting, K.
       (eds.), Beyond communities of practice: language, power and social context, Cambridge,
       Cambridge University Press, 2005, 14-35.


BARTON, D. P. and PAPEN, U. editors

       Linking literacy programmes in developing countries and the UK. pp. 100. London, National
       Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy (NRDC), 2005.


BARTON, D. P. and TUSTING, K. editors

       Beyond communities of practice: language, power and social context. pp. xii + 243.
       Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005.


BYGATE, M.

       Applied linguistics: a pragmatic discipline? A generic discipline? Appl. Ling., 26(4), 2005,
       568-81.
       Oral second language abilities as expertise: in Johnson, K. (ed.), Expertise in second
       language teaching, London, Palgrave, 2005, 104-27.


BYGATE, M. and SAMUDA, V.

       Integrative planning through the use of task repetition: in Ellis, R. (ed.), Planning and task
       performance in a second language, Benjamins, 2005, 37-74.


CHESHIRE, J.†, KERSWILL, P. and WILLIAMS, A.†

       On the non-convergence of phonology, grammar and discourse: in Auer, P., Hinskens, F. and
       Kerswill, P. (eds.), Dialect change: convergence and divergence in European languages,
       Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, 135-67.


CULPEPER, J.

       History of English (2nd edition). London, Routledge, 2005.

       Impoliteness and entertainment in the television quiz show: ‘The Weakest Link’.
       J. Politeness Res., 1, 2005, 35-72.


FAIRCLOUGH, N. L.

       Blair’s contribution to elaborating a new doctrine of ‘international community’. J. Lang. &
       Polit. (special issue), 4(1), 2005, 41-63.

       Critical discourse analysis. Marges Ling., 9, 2005, 76-94.

       Critical discourse analysis, organisational discourse, and organisational change. Organ. Stud.,
       26, 2005, 915-39.

       Critical discourse analysis in transdisciplinary research: in Wodak, R. and Chilton, P. (eds.),
       A new agenda in (critical) discourse analysis, Amsterdam, John Benjamins, 2005, 53-70.

       Transition in Central and Eastern Europe. Br. & Am. Stud., 11, 2005, 9-34.


FRANCESCHINA, F.

       Fossilised second language grammars. The acquisition of grammatical gender. Amsterdam,
       John Benjamins, 2005.


GABRIELATOS, C.*

       Corpora and language teaching: just a fling, or wedding bells? TESL-EJ, 8(4)(A1), 2006,
       1-37, http://www.tesl-ej.org/ej32/a1.html [online publication].


GABRIELATOS, C.* and McENERY, A. M.

       Epistemic modality in MA dissertations: in Fuertes Olivera, P. A. (ed.), Lengua y sociedad:
       investigaciones recientes en lingüística aplicada, Lingüística y Filología no. 61, Valladolid,
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UNGER, J.† and SUNDERLAND, J.

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WALL, D.

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WODAK, R.

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       Interdisciplinarity, gender studies and CDA: gender mainstreaming and the European Union:
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       The journal of language and politics, 2005.

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WODAK, R. and de CILLIA, R.†

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WODAK, R., FAIRCLOUGH, N. L., GRAHAM, P.† and LEMKE, J.† editors

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WODAK, R. and WEISS, G.†

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BURGOYNE, J. G. associate editor

       British journal of management, 2005.


BURGOYNE, J. G. member of editorial board

       Journal of health service management, 2005.


BURGOYNE, J. G., BOYDELL, T. and PEDLER, M.

       Leadership development: current practices, future perspectives. pp. 65. London, Corporate
       Research Forum, 2005.


BURGOYNE, J. G. and PEDLER, M.

       Valuing leadership development: a practices and challenge approach. Organ. & People,
       12(1), 2005, 49-68.


COLLINSON, D. L.

       Dialectics of leadership. Hum. Relat., 58(11), 2005, 1419-42.

       Questions of distance. Leadership, 1(2), 2005, 235-50.

       Refuting romanticism: the value of feminist perspectives for understanding resistance.
       Organ.: special issue on workplace control and resistance, 12(5), 2005, 745-50.
COLLINSON, D. L. associate editor

       Gender, work and organisation, 2005.


COLLINSON, D. L. and ACKROYD, S.

       Resistance, misbehaviour and dissent: in Ackroyd, S., Thompson, P., Tolbert, P. and Batt, P.
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       2005, 305-26.


COLLINSON, D. L. and GRINT, K.

       Editorial: the leadership agenda. Leadership, 1(1), 2005, 5-9.


COLLINSON, D. L. and GRINT, K. founding co-editors

       Leadership, February 2005, http://www.sagepub.co.uk/journal.aspx?pid=106128 [online
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COLLINSON, D. L. and HEARN, J.†

       Men and masculinities in work, organisations and management: in Kimmel, M., Hearn, J. and
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       289-310.


COLLINSON, M. and COLLINSON, D. L.

       Blended leadership: employee perspectives on effective leadership in the U.K. F.E. sector.
       pp. 22. Centre for Excellence in Leadership, University of Lancaster, 2005.

       Elizabeth 1st: in McNeill, W. H., Bentley, J. H. and Christian, D. (eds.), Berkshire
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       Leader-led relations in context. pp. 27. Centre for Excellence in Leadership, University of
       Lancaster, 2005.

       Leadership challenges. pp. 30. Centre for Excellence in Leadership, University of Lancaster,
       2005.


CONTU, A. and WILLMOTT, H.†

       You spin me round: the critical realist turn in management and organisation studies.
       J. Manage. Stud., 42(8), 2005, 1645-62.


EASTERBY-SMITH, M. P. V.

       Recréer le savoir perdu. HR Labour Rev., 11(été), 2005, 27-9.
EASTERBY-SMITH, M. P. V. guest editor

       British journal of management, 2005.

       Journal of management studies, 2005.

       Organisation research methods, 2005.


EASTERBY-SMITH, M. P. V. member of editorial board

       Journal of management studies, 2005.

       Management learning, 2005.

       Organisation studies, 2005.


EASTERBY-SMITH, M. P. V., GRACA, M. and PRIETO, I.†

       Bringing together the emerging theories on dynamic capabilities and knowledge management:
       in Gherardi, S and Nicolini, D. (eds.), The passion for learning and knowing: proceedings of
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       of Trento, 2005, 458-71.


ELLIOTT, C. and TURNBULL, R. S. editors

       Critical thinking in human resource development. pp. 224. London, Routledge, 2005.


ELLIOTT, C. and TURNBULL, R. S.

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       Turnbull, R. S. (eds.), Critical thinking in human resource development, London, Routledge,
       2005, 1-7.


FERREDAY, D., HODGSON, V. E. and JONES, C.*

       It’s a fairly lonely job: the benefits of a networked approach to leadership learning for the
       learning and skills sector. pp. 10. Centre for Excellence in Leadership, University of
       Lancaster, 2005.

       Just having a moan: leadership, space and resistance in FE principals. pp. 11. Centre for
       Excellence in Leadership, University of Lancaster, 2005.

       Why networked management learning is a useful leadership development approach in the
       learning and skill sector. pp. 15. Centre for Excellence in Leadership, University of
       Lancaster, 2005.


GOODYEAR, P.*, JONES, C.*, ASENSIO, M., HODGSON, V. E. and STEEPLES, C.

       Networked learning in higher education: students’ expectations and experiences. Higher
       Educ., 50, 2005, 473-508.
GRINT, K.

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        2005, 1-4.

        Leadership limited: white elephant to wheelwright. Sandhurst Foundation J., 1, 2005, 4.

        Leadership limited: white elephant to wheelwright. Spectra: J. Manage. Consultancies
        Assoc., Winter, 2005, 8-10.

        Leadership: limits and possibilities. pp. 183. London, Palgrave/Macmillan, 2005.

        Problems, problems, problems: the social construction of leadership. Hum. Relat., 58(11),
        2005, 1467-94.

        The sociology of work: an introduction (3rd edition). pp. 458. Cambridge, Polity Press, 2005.


GRINT, K. member of editorial board

        British journal of public sector leadership, 2005.

        Journal of management and organisation, 2005.

        Leadership quarterly, 2005.

        Philosophy of management, 2005.


GRINT, K., BRATTON, J.† and NELSON, D.†

        Organisational leadership. pp. 361. Mason, Southwestern/Thompson Press, 2005.


HODGSON, V. E. member of editorial board

        Journal of computer assisted learning, 2005.

        International journal of web-based learning and teaching technologies, 2005.


HODGSON, V. E., PERRITON, L.* and REYNOLDS, M. R.

        Editorial: learning communities and networked leaning: theory, practice and critique. Stud.
        Higher Educ., 30(1), 2005, 5-10.


HODGSON, V. E. and REYNOLDS, M.

        Consensus, difference and ‘multiple communities’ in network learning. Stud. Higher Educ.,
        30(1), 2005, 9-22.


JONES, A.

        The anthropology of leadership: culture and corporate leadership in the American South.
        Leadership, 1(3), 2005, 259-78.

        The elementary structures of the family firm: an anthropological perspective. Hum. Organ.,
        64(3), 2005, 376-85.
JONES, C.*, FERREDAY, D. and HODGSON, V. E.

       Networked management learning for educational leaders – learning in the age of digital
       networks. pp. 14. Centre for Excellence in Leadership, University of Lancaster, 2005.


LENTON, P.† and ELLIOTT, C. J.

       Advertising and product launch strategies in the light of tobacco advertising legislation. Int. J.
       Advertising, 24(4), 2005, 527-37.


LINSTEAD, S.† and COLLINSON, D. L.

       Irony in a post-ironic world: in Johansson, U. and Woodilla, J. (eds.), Irony and
       organisations: epistemological claims and supporting field stories, Copenhagen, Abstrak
       Forlag-Liber-Copenhagen Business School Press, 2005, 381-93.


PEDLER, M., BURGOYNE, J. G. and BROOKS, C.†

       What has action learning learned to become? Action Learn.: Res. & Practice, 2(1), 2005,
       49-68.


TURNBULL, R. S. and ELLIOTT, C.

       Pedagogies of human resource development: the socio-political implications: in Elliott, C.
       and Turnbull, R. S. (eds.), Critical thinking in human resource development, London,
       Routledge, 2005, 189-201.




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ASSIMAKOPOULOS, V.†, NIKOLOPOULOS, K., PATELIS, A.† and PETROPOULOS, C.†

       A technical analysis approach to tourism demand forecasting. Appl. Econ. Lett., 12(6), 2005,
       327-33.


BROWN, D. H.

       Reluctant partners – small firms and e-business? 21st Century Bus. Rev., 8, 2005.


BROWN, D. H. and MACBEAN, A. I.

       China’ s macro environment and enterprise challenges: in Brown, D. H., and MacBean A. I.
       (eds.), Challenges for China’s development: an enterprise perspective, London and New
       York, Routledge, 2005, 1-11.


BROWN, D. H. and MACBEAN, A. I. editors

       Challenges for China’s development: an enterprise perspective. pp. 200. London and New
       York, Routledge, 2005.
BROWN, D. H., QI, H.† and ZHANG, Y.

        Insights into strategy development in China’s TVEs: in Brown, D. H. and MacBean A. I.
        (eds.), Challenges for China’s development: an enterprise perspective, London and New
        York, Routledge, 2005.


CHIASSON, M. and BONNER, B.†

        If fair information principles are the answer, what was the question? An actor-network theory
        investigation of the modern constitution of privacy. Inf. & Organ., 15, 2005, 267-93.


CHIASSON, M. and DAVIDSON, E.†

        Contextual influences on technology use mediations: a comparative analysis of electronic
        medical record systems. Eur. J. Inf. Syst., 14, 2005, 6-18.

        Taking industry seriously in information systems research. Manage. Inf. Syst. Q., 29(4), 2005,
        591-606.


CHIASSON, M., DEXTER, A.† and WOTHERSPOON, D.†

        Acknowledging, recognising and negotiating change during systems development
        outsourcing: lessons from litigation: in Brudenall, P. (ed.), Technology and business process
        outsourcing strategies, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, 225-39.


CHIASSON, M. and ROSS, A.†

        A call to (dis)order: an ethnomethodological study of information technology ‘disruptions’ in
        the courtroom. Inf. & Organ., 15, 2005, 203-27.


CHIASSON, M. and SAUNDERS, C.†

        Reconciling diverse approaches to opportunity research using the structuration theory. J. Bus.
        Venturing, 20, 2005, 747-67.


CRONE, S.

        Stepwise selection of artificial neural network models for time series prediction. J. Intelligent
        Syst., 14(2-3), 2005, 99-122.


EGLESE, R. W. member of editorial board

        Computers and operations research, 2005.

        International transactions in operational research, 2005.


EGLESE, R. W., FU, Z.† and LI, L. Y. O.†

        A tabu search heuristic for the open vehicle routing problem. J. Operat. Res. Soc., 56(3),
        2005, 267-74.
EGLESE, R. W., MERCER, A. and SOHRABI, B.†

        The grocery superstore vehicle scheduling problem. J. Operat. Res. Soc., 56(8), 2005,
        902-11.


FILDES, R. A. associate editor

        International journal of forecasting, 2005.


GLAZEBROOK, K. D.

        Optimal scheduling of tasks when service is subject to disruption: the pre-empt-repeat case.
        Acad. Manage. J., 61, 2005, 51-72.


GLAZEBROOK, K. D. associate editor

        Mathematical methods of operations research, 2005.

        Naval research logistics, 2005.

        Operations research, 2005.

        Queuing systems, 2005.


GLAZEBROOK, K. D., ANSELL, P. S.† and MITCHELL, H. M.†

        Index policies for the maintenance of a collection of machines by a set of repairmen. Eur. J.
        Operat. Res., 165, 2005, 267-84.


GOULSBRA, R.†, RANKIN, J.† and WORTHINGTON, D. J.

        Scheduling appointments in outpatient clinics: in Beech, R. and Vissers, J. (eds.), Health
        operations management, London and New York, Routledge, 2005.


HIROTSU, N.† and WRIGHT, M. B.

        Modelling a baseball game to optimise pitcher substitution strategies incorporating
        handedness of players. IMA J. Manage. Math., 16(2), 2005, 179-94.


LETCHFORD, A. N. associate editor

        Mathematical programming, 2005.


LETCHFORD, A. N. guest editor

        Discrete applied mathematics, 2005.

        Discrete optimisation, 2005.
LETCHFORD, A. N. and PEARSON, N.†

        A fast algorithm for minimum weight odd cuts and circuits in planar graphs. Operat. Res.
        Lett., 33(6), 2005, 625-8.


LOCKETT, N. J. editorial review board member

        International journal of enterprise information systems, 2005.


LOCKETT, N. J. member of editorial board

        Electronic markets: the international journal, 2005.


LOCKETT, N. J. and BROWN, D. H.

        An SME perspective of vertical application service providers. Int. J. Enterprise Inf. Syst.,
        1(2), 2005, 1-18.


LOCKETT, N. J., BROWN, D. H. and SCHUBERT, P.†

        Preface to the focus theme section: SMEs and e-business. Electron. Markets: Int. J.
        Electron. Markets, 15(2), 2005, 76-8.


PIDD, M.

        Perversity in public service performance measurement. Int. J. Product. & Perf. Measur.,
        54(5/6), 2005, 482-93.


RAND, G. K. contributing editor

        International abstracts in operations research, 2005.


RAND, G. K. managing editor/acting general editor

        International transactions in operational research, 2005.


RAND, G. K. member of editorial board

        Encyclopaedia of operations research and management science, 2005.


RAND, G. K. and FONSECA, G. L.†

        IFORS’ operational research hall of fame: Kenneth J. Arrow. Int. Trans. Operat. Res., 12(4),
        2005, 473-8.


SPRING, M. co-editor

        International journal of operations and production management, 2005.
STEVENSON, M., HENDRY, L. and KINGSMAN, B. G.

       A review of production planning and control: the applicability of key concepts to the make-
       to-order industry. Int. J. Product. Res., 43(5), 2005, 869-98.


TEUNTER, R. associate editor

       Omega – the international journal of management science, 2005.


TEO, Y. M.† and ONGGO, B. S. S.

       A framework for formulation and strictness analysis of simulation event orderings.
       Simulation: Trans. Soc. Model. & Simulation Int., 81(4), 2005, 325-35.


WORTHINGTON, D. J., ASHTON, R.†, HAGUE, L.†, BRANDRETH, M.† and CROPPER, S.†

       A simulation based study of a NHS walk-in centre. J. Operat. Res. Soc., 56, 2005, 153-61.


WRIGHT, M. B.

       Scheduling fixtures for New Zealand cricket. IMA J. Manage. Math., 16(2), 2005, 99-112.




DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING


ARAUJO, L. M. P. and DUBOIS, A.†

       The relationship between technical and organisational interfaces in product development: in
       Proceedings of the 1st industrial marketing and purchasing group journal conference, Oslo,
       2005.


ARAUJO, L. M. P. and HARTY, C.†

       Aligning user practices in innovation: the case of Heathrow’s Terminal 5 project: in
       Proceedings of the economic uses of science and technology workshop, Oslo, 2005.


ARAUJO, L. M. P. and MOTA, J.†

       Learning-by-using as systems integration: in Proceedings of the 21st industrial marketing and
       purchasing group conference, Rotterdam, 2005.


ARAUJO, L. M. P. and NOVELLO, S.

       Floating over troubled waters: knowledge differentiation and integration in offshore platform
       design: in Gherardi, S. and Nicolini, D. (eds.), Proceedings of the 6th international conference
       on organisational learning and knowledge: the passion for learning and knowing, Trento
       University of Trento, 2005, 472-92.
ARAUJO, L. M. P. and SPRING, M.

       Products, services and the institutional structure of production: in Proceedings of the 21st
       industrial marketing and purchasing group conference, Rotterdam, 2005.


AUTY, S. G.

       Toying with the mind: product placement in video games. Finanza Market. & Produzione,
       23(3), 2005, 12-18.


DE KERVENOAEL, R. F., ELMS, J.†, SOOPRAMANIEN, D. G. R. and TIMMERMANS, H. J. P.†

       Internet vs. store-based grocery shopping: why value added needs to be measured differently:
       in Proceedings of the 12th international conference by the European institute of retailing and
       services studies on recent advances in retailing and services science, Orlando, Florida, 2005.


EADIE, D.†, LOGIE-MACIVER, E.† and PIACENTINI, M. G.

       Coping with making and maintaining a dietary change: a comparative study: in Proceedings
       of the European advances in consumer research conference, 2005.

       New developments in social marketing: how people make and maintain change after stimulus
       of change: in Proceedings of the European marketing academy conference, 2005.


ECCLES, S. A. and TONKS, D. G.

       Smoke signals: understanding cigarette addiction amongst women: in Proceedings of the
       critical management studies conference, Cambridge, 2005.


HARRIS, C. M.† and MASON, K.

       The association between supply networks, market orientation and business performance: a
       critical analysis of four different models: in Proceedings of EMAC, Milan, Italy, 2005.


MASON, K. and SIMÖES, C.†

       An exploratory investigation into the association between supply network relationships and
       corporate identity: in Proceedings of EMAC, Milan, Italy, 2005.


TONKS, D. G.

       The processing and pedagogy of marketing simulations. Market. Rev., 5(4), 2005, 371-82.




DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS


AITKIN, B.†, FRANCIS, B. J. and HINDE, J.†

       Statistical modelling in GLIM4 (2nd edition). pp. 572. Oxford, Oxford Statistical Science
       Series, Oxford University Press, 2005.
CHRISTOFFERSON, M. N.†, SOOTHILL, K. L. and FRANCIS, B. J.

       Who is at most risk of becoming a convicted rapist? The likelihood of a rape conviction
       among the 1966 birth cohort in Denmark. J. Scand. Stud. Criminol. & Crime Prevention, 6,
       2005, 39-56.


COLES, S. G.† and TAWN, J. A.

       Effects of extreme surges. Stochastic Environ. Res. & Risk Assess., 19, 2005, 417-27.


DIGGLE, P. J., ZHENG, P. and DURR, P. A.

       Non-parametric estimation of spatial segregation in a multivariate point process: bovine
       tuberculosis in Cornwall, UK. J. R. Stat. Soc., Ser. C, 54(3), 2005, 645-58


FEARNHEAD, P.

       Direct simulation for discrete mixture distributions P. Stat. & Comput., 15, 2005, 125-33,
       http://www.kluweronline.com/issn/0960-3174/current and
       www.maths.lancs.ac.uk/%7Efearnhea/PS_abstract.html [online publications].

       Exact Bayesian curve fitting and signal segmentation. IEE Trans. Signal Process., 53, 2005,
       2160-6, www.maths.lancs.ac.uk/%7Efearnhea/PSreg_abstract.html [online publication].

       Using random quasi-Monte-Carlo within particle filters, with application to financial time
       series. J. Comput. & Graphical Stat., 14, 2005, 751-69,
       www.maths.lancs.ac.uk/%7Efearnhea/PF_strat_abstract.html [online publication].


FEARNHEAD, P. and SMITH, N. G. C.

       A novel method with improved power to detect recombination hotspots from polymorphism
       data reveals multiple hotspots in human genes. Am. J. Hum. Genetics, 77, 2005, 781-94,
       www.maths.lancs.ac.uk/%7Efearnhea/Hotspot0905_abstract.html [online publication].


FEARNHEAD, P., SMITH, N. G. C., BARRIGAS, M.†, FOX, A.† and FRENCH, N.†

       Analysis of recombination in campylobacter jejuni from MLST population data. J. Mol.
       Evol., 61, 2005, 333-40, www.maths.lancs.ac.uk/%7Efearnhea/Campy_abstract.html [online
       publication].


FRANCIS, B. J.

       Explaining changing patterns of crime: a focus on burglary and age-period-cohort models: in
       Peelo, M. and Soothill, K. L. (eds.), Questioning crime and criminology, Cullompton, Willan,
       2005, 102-19.


FRENCH, N.†, BARRIGAS, M.†, BROWN, P. E., RIBEIRO, P. J.†, WILLIAMS, N.†,
LEATHERBARROW, H.†, BIRTLES, R.†, BOLTON, E.†, FEARNHEAD, P. and FOX, A.†

       Spatial epidemiology and natural population structure of Campylobacter jejuni colonising a
       farmland ecosystem. Environ. Microbiol., 7, 2005, 1116-26.
HEFFERNAN, J. E. and RESNICK, S. I.†

       Hidden regular variation and the rank transform. Adv. Appl. Probab., 37, 2005, 393-414.


JENKINS, V.†, FALLOWFIELD, L.†, SOLIS-TRAPALA, I., LANGRIDGE, C.† and
FAREWELL, V.†

       Discussing randomised clinical trials of cancer therapy: evaluation of a Cancer Research UK
       training programme. Br. Med. J., 2005, 330-400.


KALIS, D.† and MELIGKOTSIDOU, L.

       Multivariate Poisson regression with covariance structure. Stat. & Comput., 15, 2005, 255-65.


LEW, A. R.†, FOSTER, K. G.†, SLAVIN, S.† and GREEN, M.

       Detection of geometric, but not topological, spatial transformation in 6- to 12 month old
       infants in a visual exploration paradigm. Devel. Psychobiol., 47, 2005, 31-2.


MELIGKOTSIDOU, L. and FEARNHEAD, P.

       Maximum likelihood estimation of coalescence times in genealogical trees. Genetics, 171,
       2005, 1-12.


OAKEY, R. J.†, GREEN, M., CARLING, P. A.†, LEE, M. W. E.†, SEAR, D. A.† and
WARBURTON, J.†

       Grain-shape analysis – a new method for determining representative particle shapes for
       populations of natural grains. J. Sedimentary Res., 75, 2005.


PAPASPILIOPOULOS, O.

       Contribution to discussion of Kou, S. C., Xie, X. S. and Liu, J. S. J. R. Stat. Soc. C, 54, 2005,
       469-506.


PARKIN, T. D. H.†, BROWN, P. E., FRENCH, N. P.† and MORGAN, K. L.†

       Cooking the books or simply getting the best out of the data? Assessing the nature of the
       relationship between variables [8]. Equine Vet. J., 37, 2005, 189-91.


POWER, S., HOPENWASSER, A.† and PETERS, J.†

       Subalgebras of groupoid C*-algebras. New York J. Math., 11, 351-86.


ROBERTS, G. O., CHRISTIAN, O.† and ROSENTHAL, J. S.†

       Scaling limits for the transient phase. J. R. Stat. Soc. B, 67, 2005, 253-68.
ROWLINGSON, B., DIGGLE, P. J. and SU, T.

       Point process methodology for on-line spatio-temporal disease surveillance. Environmetrics,
       16, 2005, 423-34.


ROWLINGSON, B. and DOVER, J. W.†

       The western jewel butterfly (Hypochrysops halyaetus): factors affecting adult butterfly
       distribution within native Banksia bushland in an urban setting. Biol. Conserv., 122, 2005,
       599-609.


SHAHTAHMASEBI, S.† and BERRIDGE, D. M.

       Teenage smoking: a longitudinal analysis. Int. J. Adolescent Med. & Health, 17, 2005,
       135-53.


SHILLING, V.†, JENKINS, V.† and SOLIS-TRAPALA, I.

       (Mis)classification of chemo-fog-methodological inconsistencies in the investigation of
       cognitive impairment after chemotherapy. Breast Cancer Res. & Treatment, 2005,
       doi:10.1007/s10549-005-9055-1 [online publication].


SOLIS-TRAPALA, I. and FAREWELL, V. T.†

       Regression analysis of overdispersed correlated count data with subject specific covariates.
       Stat. Med., 24, 2005, 2557-75.


SOOTHILL, K. L., FRANCIS, B. J. and ACKERLEY, E.

       Kidnapping: a criminal profile of persons convicted, 1979-2001. Behav. Sci. & Law, 23,
       2005, 1-17.


SOOTHILL, K. L., HARMAN, J., FRANCIS, B. J. and KIRBY, S.†

       Identifying future repeat danger from sexual offenders against children: a focus on those
       convicted and those strongly suspected of such crime. J. Forensic Psychiatry & Psychol.,
       16(2), 2005, 225-47.

       What is the future repeat danger from sexual offenders against children? Implications for
       policing. Police J., 78, 2005, 37-45.


STEPHENSON, A.* and TAWN, J. A.

       Inference for extremes: accounting for the three extremal types. Extremes, 7, 2005, 291-307.
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC


BOYNTON, N. A.

        ‘And two times two equals four in every climate’. Die Formenlehre der Wiener Schule als
        internationales Projekt: in Schmidt, D. (ed.), Musiktheoretisches Denken und kultureller
        Kontext, Forum Musikwissenschaft, Schliengen, Edition Argus, 2005, 203-29.


BOYNTON, N. A. composer

        Hotel Methuselah. Theatre piece directed by Pete Brooks and Andrew Quick, with Imitating
        the Dog. Performances at The Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster, April 2005 and Cochrane Theatre
        London, November 2005.


BOYNTON, N. A. (director and composer) and ROSE, E. (director)

        [video installation] skyWriting. The Big Screen, Exchange Square, Manchester, February to
        March 2005.

        [video installation] skyWriting. Society of Scottish Artists, 108th Annual Exhibition, Royal
        Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, January to February 2005.

        [video installation] skyWriting. BASICS – TRANSMEDIALE.05, international media art
        festival, Berlin, February 2005.

        [video installation] skyWriting. White-out, mac (Midland Arts Centre), Birmingham, March
        to May 2005.

        [video installation] skyWriting. Seoul Net Festival 2005, www.senef.net, finalist in the
        category Cinema4Net_Shift, May to June 2005.

        [video installation] skyWriting. White-out, AdHoc Gallery, Buddle Arts Centre, Walsall,
        North Tyneside, September to October 2005.

BOYNTON, N. A. and ROSE, E. with an introduction by BOYD, A.†

        [catalogue of exhibitions] White-out. pp. 16 with 8 colour illustrations. Exhibitions at the
        mac and AdHoc galleries, Lancaster, 2005.


MARSDEN, A.

        Generative structural representation of tonal music. J. New Music Res., 34, 2005, 409-28.

        Towards Schenkerian analysis by computer: a reductional matrix: in Proceedings of ICMC
        2005, Barcelona, 2005, 247-50.


SAARIO, A. S.

        [original fixed media composition and sound design] Karen Foss quiet works.
        http://www.karenfossquietworks.no [online publication]. Dance production, BIT
        Teatergaragen, Bergen International Theatre, Norway, May 2005.
SAARIO, A. S. in collaboration with BASTIANSEN, G.† (dance/choreography) and KNARVIK, O.†
(cinematography/photography)

       [performance installation] Projection #1. Part of PrØverummet, BIT Teatergaragen, Bergen
       International Theatre, Norway, June 2005, http://www.bit-teatergarasjen.no/english [online
       publication].

       [performance installation] Projection #2. Part of the International Day of Dance, WRAP
       house, Bergen, Norway, April 2005, http://www.hdu.no [online publication].


VENN, E.

       Serenades and elegies: the recent music of Hugh Wood – part I. Tempo, 59(231)(January),
       2005, 2-13.

       Serenades and elegies: the later music of Hugh Wood – part II. Tempo, 59(233)(July), 2005,
       26-37.




CENTRE FOR NORTH-WEST REGIONAL STUDIES


CROSBY, A. G.

       Easby Abbey: in Heritage unlocked: guide to free sites in Yorkshire and the North East.
       London, English Heritage, 2005, 14-15.

       Historical essay on reprint of OS 1-inch sheet Lower Mersey, 1913. unpaginated. Alan
       Godfrey Maps, 2005.

       Historical essay on reprint of OS 25-inch sheet Colne South, 1910. unpaginated. Alan
       Godfrey Maps, 2005.

       Monk Bretton Priory: in Heritage unlocked: guide to free sites in Yorkshire and the North
       East, London, English Heritage, 2005, 38-9.

       The Morecambe Bay landscape: past, present and future. Lancashire Local Hist., 18, 2005,
       51-66.

       Review article: the history of roads and bridges. Local Hist., 35(2)(May), 2005, 132-5.

       Review article: maps and the local historian; three handbooks. Local Hist., 35(3)(August),
       2005, 201-5.

       Urban history in Lancashire and Cheshire. Northern Hist., 42(1)(March), 2005, 75-89.


CROSBY, A. G. editor

       The local historian, 35(1)(February), 2005, 1-72.

       The local historian, 35(2)(May), 2005, 73-144.

       The local historian, 35(3)(August), 2005, 145-216.

       The local historian, 35(4)(November), 217-88.
LAMBERT, S.

       Memories of Lancaster. pp. 96. Stroud, Glos., Tempus Publishing Ltd., 2005.


SHOTTER, D. C. A.

       Recent finds of Roman coins in Cumbria. Trans. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiq. &
       Archaeol. Soc., 5(third series), 2005, 235-9.

       Salt-proprietors in Cheshire: realities and possibilities. Archaeol. North West, 7, 2005, 41-6.


SHOTTER, D. C. A. and CARUANA, I. D.

       A collection of Roman coins from Whitehaven, Cumbria. Trans. Cumberland &
       Westmorland Antiq. & Archaeol. Soc., 5(third series), 2005, 79-87.


SHOTTER, D. C. A. and EDWARDS, B. J. N.†

       Two Roman milestones from the Penrith area. Trans. Cumberland & Westmorland Antiq. &
       Archaeol. Soc., 5(third series), 2005, 65-77.


TURNBULL, J.

       Housing conditions in Carlisle in 1917. CWAAS Trans., 5(Ser. 3), 2005, 217-34.


TURNBULL, J. editor

       CeNtre WoRdS, New Series No. 4, 2005.


WHITE, A.

       A Bronze Age axe from Quernmore. Contrebis (Lancaster Archaeol. & Hist. Soc. J.), XXIX,
       2005, 5.

       Fenton House, Lancaster (formerly the Trades Hall). Contrebis (Lancaster Archaeol. & Hist.
       Soc. J.), XXIX, 2005, 27-30.

       More pottery. Contrebis (Lancaster Archaeol. & Hist. Soc. J.), XXIX, 2005, 19.




DEPARTMENT OF ORGANISATION, WORK AND TECHNOLOGY


ACKROYD, S.

       Organising and organisations: in Ackroyd, S., Batt, R., Thompson, P. and Tolbert, P. S.
       (eds.), The Oxford handbook of work and organisation, Oxford, Oxford University Press,
       2005, 449-61.
ACKROYD, S. member of editorial board

       International journal of public sector management, 2005.

       Journal of management studies, 2005.

       Organisation, 2005.

       Organisation studies, 2005.


ACKROYD, S., BATT, R.†, THOMPSON, P.† and TOLBERT, P. S.†

       Texts and times: mapping the changing study of work and organisations: in Ackroyd, S.,
       Batt, R., Thompson, P. and Tolbert, P. S. (eds.), The Oxford handbook of work and
       organisation, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005, 1-15.


ACKROYD, S., BATT, R.†, THOMPSON, P.† and TOLBERT, P. S.† editors

       The Oxford handbook of work and organisation. pp. 678. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


ACKROYD, S. and COLLINSON, D.

       Resistance, misbehaviour and dissent: in Ackroyd, S., Batt, R., Thompson, P. and Tolbert, P.
       (eds.), The Oxford handbook of work and organisations, Oxford, Oxford University Press,
       2005, 305-26.


BARRETT, M.† and CONSTANTINIDES, P.

       Approaching information infrastructure as an ecology of ubiquitous sociotechnical relations:
       in DeGross, J. I., Lyytinen, K., Sorense, C. and Yoo, Y. (eds.), Proceedings of the IFIP TC8
       WG 8.2 international working conference: designing ubiquitous information environments:
       socio-technical issues and challenges, New York, Springer Science and Business Media,
       August 2005, 249-60.


BLACKLER, F. H. M. guest editor

       Organisation, 2005.


BLACKLER, F. H. M. member of editorial board

       Organisation studies, 2005.


BLACKLER, F. H. M. and ENGESTROM, Y.†

       On the life of the object. Organ., 12(3), 2005, 307-30.


BLOOMFIELD, B. P. member of editorial board

       Organisation studies, 2005.
BLOOMFIELD, B. P. and VURDUBAKIS, T.

       The secret of Yucca Mountain: reflections on an object in extremis. Environ. & Plan. D:
       Soc. & Space, 23(5), 2005, 735-56.


BOLTON, S.

       Emotion management in the workplace. pp. 190. London, Palgrave, 2005.

       Making up managers: nurses or managers in the NHS? Work, Employ. & Soc., 19(2), 2005,
       5-23.

       Women’s work, dirty work: the gynaecology nurse as ‘other’. Gender, Work & Organ.,
       16(2), 2005, 169-86.


BOLTON, S. and HOULIHAN, M.†

       The (mis)representation of customer service. Work, Employ. & Soc., 19(4), 2005, 685-703.


BREY, P.†, INTRONA, L. D. and GRODZINSKY, F.† editors

       Ethics of new information technologies. Center for Telematics and Information Technology,
       University of Twente, NL, 2005.


BRIGHAM, M.

       The becoming of organisation and the organisation of becoming: in Linstead, S. L. and
       Linstead, A. (eds.), Thinking organisation, London, Routledge, 2005, 218-46.


COSTEA, B., CRUMP, N. and HOLM, J.*

       Dionysus at work? The ethos of play and the ethos of management. Cult. & Organ., 11(2),
       2005, 139-51.


COSTEA, B., CRUMP, N. and HOLM, J.*

       Play at work: questions of historical interpretation: in Proceedings of the 4th international critical
       management studies conference, Cambridge, July 2005,
       http://www.mngt.waikato.ac.nz/ejrot/cmsconference/2005/proceedings/managementorganization/Costea.pdf
       [online publication].


COSTEA, B., CRUMP, N., HOLM, J.* and ATKINSON, K.*

       The fractured coherence of HRM: governing capitalism’s inarticulate subject: in Proceedings
       of the governance without government conference, Cardiff, May 2005,
       http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/carbs/conferences/past/gov05.html [online publication].


COSTEA, B. and INTRONA, L. D.

       Self and other in everyday existence: a mystery not a problem: in Pullen, A. and Linstead, S.
       (eds.), Organisation and identity, London and New York, Routledge, 2005, 60-85.
DURÁN, J. P.* and HAYES, N.

       Extranet technology and inter-organisational knowledge sharing: understanding the influence
       of Mexican cultural values: in Proceedings of the 8th international IFIP working group 9.4
       conference: social implications of computers in developing countries, Nigeria, May 2005.


FAHY, K.*

       Sustaining unsustainability: the performance of disconnection in food industry supply chains:
       in Proceedings of the business strategy and the environment conference 2005, University of
       Leeds, September 2005.


FLEETWOOD, S.

       A critical realist reply to Walters and Young. Rev. Polit. Econ., 17(4), 2005, 1-14.

       The ontology of organisation and management studies: a critical realist approach. Organ.,
       12(2), 2005, 197-222.


HAYES, N. and INTRONA, L. D.

       Cultural values, plagiarism, and fairness: when plagiarism gets in the way of learning. Ethics
       & Behav., 15(3), 2005, 213-31.

       Plagiarism, alienation and fairness: towards an inclusive educational practice. Ethics &
       Behav., 15(3), 2005, 213-31.

       Systems for the production of plagiarists: developing countries and use of plagiarism
       detection systems in UK universities: in Proceedings of the 8th international IFIP working
       group 9.4 conference: social implications of computers in developing countries, Nigeria, May
       2005.


HAYES, N., INTRONA, L. D. and WHITLEY, E. A.†

       Plagiarism, values and computing: differing cultural expectations of academic work in
       information systems education: in Proceedings of the BEST conference, Ealing, London,
       2005.


INTRONA, L. D.

       Claudio Ciborra’s way of being: authenticity and information systems. Eur. J. Inf. Syst.,
       14(5), 2005, 513-17.

       Disclosing the digital face: the ethics of facial recognition systems. Ethics & Inf. Technol.,
       7(2), 2005, 75-86.

       Levinas: in Mitcham, C. (ed.), The encyclopaedia of science, technology and ethics,
       Macmillan Reference USA, 2005.

       Phenomenological approaches to ethics and information technology: in Zalta, E. N. (ed.), The
       Stanford encyclopaedia of philosophy (spring 2005 edition), 2005,
       http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2005/entries/ethics-it-phenomenology/ [online
       publication].
        Phenomenology: in Mitcham, C. (ed.), The encyclopaedia of science, technology and ethics,
        Macmillan Reference USA, 2005.

        Strangers and hospitality: on the social and ethical conditions of virtual communities: in
        Brey, P., Introna, L. D. and Grodzinsky, F. (eds.), Ethics of new information technologies,
        Center for Telematics and Information Technology, University of Twente, NL, 2005, 229-40.


INTRONA, L. D. associate editor

        MIS quarterly, 2005.


INTRONA, L. D. co-editor

        Ethics and IT, 2005.


INTRONA, L. D. member of editorial board

        International review of information ethics, 2005.

        Philosophy in the contemporary world, 2005.


INTRONA, L. D. and COSTEA, B.

        Self and other in everyday existence: a mystery not a problem: in Pullen, A. and Linstead, S.
        (eds.), Organisation and identity, London, Routledge, 2005, 60-85.


LEE, M. M.

        Complex archetypal structures that underlie the ‘human condition’. Organ. Transform. &
        Soc. Change, 2(2), 2005, 49-70.

        Critiquing codes of ethics: in Elliott, C. and Turnbull, R. S. (eds.), Critical thinking in human
        resource development, London, Routledge, 2005, 105-15.


LEE, M. M. and KUCHINKE, P.†

        The loss of a room: musing upon the relationship between location and identity,
        representation and reality: in Proceedings of the critical management studies conference,
        Cambridge, July 2005.


MUZIO, D. and ACKROYD, S.

        On the consequences of defensive professionalism: the transformation of the legal labour
        process. J. Law & Soc., 32(4), 2005, 615-42.


MUZIO, D., FERDINAND, J.† and O’MAHONEY, J.

        Muddling with CMS: a reply. Organ. Stud., 26(11), 2005, 1714-16.
REGAN, S. member of the editorial board

        Social work and social sciences review, 2005.


THOMPSON, P.† and ACKROYD, S.

        Discussion of Graham Sewell: a little knowledge is still a dangerous thing: some comments
        on the indeterminacy of Graham Sewell. Organ., 12(5), 2005, 705-10.


VURDUBAKIS, T. guest editor

        Information and organisation, 2005.




DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS


Condensed Matter Group


BALANOV, A. G., JANSON, N. B., ASTAKHOV, V. V.† and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

        Role of saddle tori in the mutual synchronisation of periodic oscillations. Phys. Rev. E, 72(2),
        2005, 026214.


BANDRIVSKYY, A.*, ENTWISTLE, M.†, McCLINTOCK, P. V. E., MUSIZZA, B.†, PALUS, M.†,
PETROVCIC, J.†, RIBARIC, S.†, SMITH, A. F. and STEFANOVSKA, A.

        Stochastic dynamics of anaesthesia: in Reggiani, L., Pennetta, C., Akimov, V. and Rosini, M.
        (ed.), Proceedings of the 4th international conference on unsolved problems of noise and
        fluctuations: UPoN 2005, Melville, New York, AIP, 2005, 553-8.


BANDRIVSKYY, A.*, LUCHINSKY, D. G., McCLINTOCK, P. V. E., SMELYANSKIY, V. N.† and
STEFANOVSKA, A.

        Inference of systems with delay and applications to cardiovascular dynamics. Stochastics &
        Dynamics, 5(2), 2005, 321-31.


BERI, S.*, MANNELLA, R., LUCHINSKY, D. G., SILCHENKO, A. N. and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

        Solution of the boundary value problem for optimal escape in continuous stochastic systems
        and maps. Phys. Rev. E, 72(3), 2005, 03613.


BERNJAK, A.†, CLARKSON, P. B. M., McCLINTOCK, P. V. E. and STEFANOVSKA, A.

        Nonlinear dynamics of congestive heart failure: in Stocks, N. G., Abbott, D. and Morse, R. P.
        (ed.), Proceedings of SPIE 5841: fluctuations and noise in biological, biophysical, and
        biomedical systems III, Bellingham, WA, SPIE, May 2005, 133-8.
BERNJAK, A.†, STEFANOVSKA, A., URBANCIC-ROVAN, V.†, et al.

        Quantitative assessment of oscillatory components in blood circulation: classification of the
        effect of ageing, diabetes and acute myocardial infarction: in Proceedings of the conference
        on advanced biomedical and clinical diagnostic systems III, January 2005, 163-73.


BRAČIČ LOTRIČ, M.† and STEFANOVSKA, A.

        Wavelets: in Scott, A. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of nonlinear science, New York and London,
        Routledge, 2005, 996-8.


BRADLEY, D. I., CLUBB, D. O., FISHER, S. N., GUÉNAULT, A. M., HALEY, R. P.,
MATTHEWS, C. J.*, PICKETT, G. R., TSEPELIN, V. and ZAKI, K.*

        Emission of discrete vortex rings by a vibrating grid in superfluid 3He-B: a precursor to
        quantum turbulence. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 035302.


BRADLEY, D. I., CLUBB, D. O., FISHER, S. N., GUÉNAULT, A. M., HALEY, R. P.,
MATTHEWS, C. J.*, PICKETT, G. R. and ZAKI, K. L.*

        Turbulence generated by vibrating wire resonators in superfluid 4He at low temperatures.
        J. Low Temp. Phys., 138, 2005, 493-8.


BRADLEY, D. I., FISHER, S. N., GUÉNAULT, A. M., HALEY, R. P., MARTIN, H.* and
PICKETT, G. R.

        The dynamic texture of superfluid 3He-B at very low temperatures and in high magnetic
        fields. J. Low Temp. Phys., 138, 2005, 583-8.


BRADLEY, D. I., FISHER, S. N., GUÉNAULT, A. M., HALEY, R. P., MULDERS, N.†,
PICKETT, G. R., SKYBA, P.† and WHITEHEAD, R. C. V.*

        Preliminary measurements on coupling between superfluid 3He and kapton or aerogel in the
        low temperature limit. J. Low Temp. Phys., 138, 2005, 129-34.


BRADLEY, D. I., FISHER, S. N., GUÉNAULT, A. M., MATTHEWS, C. J.*, SKYBA, P.†,
PICKETT, G. R. and ZAKI, K. L.*

        The thermal damping of an aerogel resonator in superfluid 3He-B at ultra low temperatures.
        J. Low Temp. Phys., 138, 2005, 123-8.


BRAZHNIKOV, M. Yu†, KOLMAKOV, G. V., LEVCHENKO, A. A.†, MEZHOV-DEGLIN, L. P.†
and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

        Formation and decay of capillary turbulence on the charged surface of liquid hydrogen.
        J. Low Temp. Phys., 139, 2005, 523-30.


COOPER, L. J., et al

        An investigation into the composition of amniotic membrane used for ocular surface
        reconstruction. Cornea, 24(6), 2005, 722-9.
FISHER, S. N., GUÉNAULT, A. M., MATTHEWS, C. J., SKYBA, P.†, PICKETT, G. R. and
ZAKI, K. L.*

       Coherent spin precession in superfluid 3He-B excited in a field minimum at low temperatures.
       J. Low Temp. Phys., 138, 2005, 777-82.


FISHER S. N. and SURAMLISHVILI, N.

       Coherently precessing spin and orbital states in superfluid 3He–B. J. Low Temp. Phys., 141,
       2005, 111-41.

       Orbital viscosity in superfluid 3He-B in a magnetic field. J. Low Temp. Phys., 138, 2005,
       771-6.


HAMMICHE, A., et al.

       Monitoring cell cycle distributions in MCF-7 cells using near-field photothermal micro-
       spectroscopy. Biophys. J., 88(8), 2005, 3699-706.


HENDRY, P. C., McCLINTOCK, P. V. E., NICHOL, H. A.*, SKRBEK, L. and VINEN, W. F.

       Questions related to the oscillatory flow of HeII through a grid at low temperatures. J. Low
       Temp. Phys., 138, 2005, 543-8.


HUMEAU, A.†, STEFANOVSKA, A. and ABRAHAM, P.†

       Lyapunov exponents of laser Doppler flowmetry signals in healthy and type 1 diabetic
       subjects. Ann. Biomed. Engin., 33(11), 2005, 1574-81.


KHOVANOV, A., KHOVANOVA, N. A., GRIGORIEVA, E. V.†, LUCHINSKY, D. G. and
McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

       Comparison between continuous and discrete methods of dynamical control: in Kish, L. B.,
       Lindenberg, K. and Gingl, Z. (ed.), Proceedings of SPIE 5845: noise in complex systems and
       stochastic dynamics III, Bellingham, WA, SPIE, 2005, 164-72.


KHOVANOV, I. A.†, KHOVANOVA, N. A. and STEFANOVSKA, A.

       Quasiperiodicity: in Scott, A. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of nonlinear science, New York and
       London, Routledge, 2005, 762-4.


KOLMAKOV, G. V., LEVCHENKO, A. A.†, BRAZHNIKOV, M. Yu.†, MEZHOV-DEGLIN, L. P.†,
SILCHENKO, A. N. and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

       Decay of the turbulent cascade of capillary waves on the charged surface of liquid hydrogen.
       J. Low Temp. Phys., 138, 2005, 519-24.


KOROLEVICH, A. N.†, ASTAFUEVA, L. G.†, DUBINA, N. S.†, et al.

       Fragmentation of erythrocyte aggregates by low intensity laser heating. J. Optics A-Pure &
       Appl. Optics, 7(6), 2005, S308-317 Suppl. S.
KOROLEVICH, A. N.†, NAUMENKO, E. K.†, DUBINA, N. S.†, et al.

       Backreflectance from skin investigated in vivo using low-power laser heating: in Proceedings
       of the conference on complex dynamics and fluctuations in biomedical photonics II, January
       2005, 63-70.


KOZOREZOV, A. G., WIGMORE, J. K., OWENS, A., den HARTOG, R.† and PEACOCK, A.

       Analytic model for the spatial and spectral resolution of pixellated semiconducting detectors
       of high-energy photons. J. Appl. Phys., 97(7), 2005, 074502-4.


KOZOREZOV, A. G., WIGMORE, J. K., OWENS, A., den HARTOG, R., PEACOCK, A.† and
AL-JAWHARI, H. A.

       Resolution degradation of semiconductor detectors due to carrier trapping. Nucl. Instrum. &
       Methods Phys. Res. Sect. A, 546, 2005, 209.


KRIER, A., HUANG, X. L. and KRIER, S. E.

       Negative differential resistance and electroluminescence from InAs grown by liquid phase
       epitaxy. Appl. Phys. Lett., 86, 2005, 061113.


LEONEL, E. D. and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

       A crisis in the dissipative Fermi accelerator model. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., 38, 2005,
       L425-30.

       A hybrid Fermi-Ulam-bouncer model. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., 38, 2005, 823-39.

       Scaling properties for a classical particle in a time-dependent potential well. Chaos, 15(3),
       2005, 033701.


LIBISCH, F.†, ROTTER, S.†, BURGDÖRFER, J.†, KORMÁNYOS, A. and CSERTI, J.†

       Bound states in Andreev billiards with soft walls. Phys. Rev. B, 72, 2005, 075304-1-8.


LUCHINSKY, D. G., MILLONAS, M. M.†, SMELYANSKIY, V. N.†, PERSHAKOVA, A.*,
STEFANOVSKA, A. and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

       Nonlinear statistical modelling and model discovery for cardiorespiratory data. Phys. Rev. E,
       72(2), 2005, 021905 Part I.


LUCHINSKY, G., SMELYANSKIY, V. N.†, MILLONAS, M.† and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

       Reconstruction of stochastic nonlinear models from trajectory measurements: in Kish, L. B.,
       Lindenberg, K. and Gingl, Z. (ed.), Proceedings of the SPIE 5845: noise in complex systems
       and stochastic dynamics III, Bellingham, WA, SPIE, 2005, 173-81.


LUCHINSKY, D. G. and STEFANOVSKA, A.

       Nonlinearity, definition of: in Scott, A. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of nonlinear science, New York
       and London, Routledge, 2005, 647-9.
MUSIZZA, B.† and STEFANOVSKA, A.

         Interactions between cardiac, respiratory and brain activity in humans: in Proceedings of the
         conference on fluctuations and noise in biological, biophysical, and biomedical systems III,
         May 2005, 139-49.


NAUMENKO, E. K.†, KOROLEVICH, A. N.†, DUBINA, N. S.†, et al.

         Back-scattered radiation from the capillary network under the influence of low-power laser
         heating: in Proceedings of the Saratov fall meeting: optical technologies in biophysics and
         medicine VI, 2005, 195-201.


PILLAY, I., et al.

         The use of ‘fingernail’ as a means of assessing bone health: a pilot study. J. Women’s Health,
         14(4), 2005, 339-44.


RIMMER, S.†, et al.

         Synthesis and properties of amphiphilic networks 3: preparation and characterisation of block
         co-networks of poly(butyl methacrylate-block-(2,3 propandiol-1-methacrylate-stat-ethandiol
         dimethacrylate)). Biomat., 26(15), 2005, 2219-30.


SHERSTNEV, V. V., MONAKHOV, A. M., ASTAKHOVA, A. P.†, KISLYAKOVA, A. Yu.†,
YAKOVLEV, Yu. P.†, AVERKIEV, N. S.† and KRIER, A.

         WGM lasers for mid-infrared spectral range. Semiconduct., 39, 2005, 1122.


SHERSTNEV, V. V., MONAKHOV, A., KRIER, A. and WRIGHT, D. A.*

         InAs whispering gallery mode lasers for the mid infrared spectral range. IEE Proc.
         Optoelectron., 152(1), 2005, 1-5.


SILCHENKO, A. N., BERI, S.*, LUCHINSKY, D. G. and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

         Fluctuational transitions across different kinds of fractal basin boundary. Phys. Rev. E, 71(4),
         2005, 046203.


SMELYANSKIY, V. N.†, LUCHINSKY, D. G., STEFANOVSKA, A. and McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

         Inference of a nonlinear stochastic model of the cardiorespiratory interaction. Phys. Rev. Lett.,
         94, 2005, 098101.


SMELYANSKIY, V. N.†, LUCHINSKY, D. G., TIMUÇIN, D. A.† and BANDRIVSKYY, A.*

         Reconstruction of stochastic nonlinear dynamical models from trajectory measurements.
         Phys. Rev. E, 72(2), 2005, 026202 Part 2.
STEFANOVSKA, A.

        Flip-flop circuit: in Scott, A. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of nonlinear science, New York and
        London, Routledge, 2005, 312-13.

        Inhibition: in Scott, A. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of nonlinear science, New York and London,
        Routledge, 2005, 446-8.


STEFANOVSKA, A. and KHOVANOV, I.†

        ‘1/f spectra’: noise, chaotic dynamics – or phase coupled oscillators?: in Proceedings of the
        4th international conference on unsolved problems of noise and fluctuations in physics,
        biology and high technology, June 2005, 349-54.


TABNER, B. J., et al.

        Hydrogen peroxide is generated during the very early stages of aggregation of the amyloid
        peptides implicated in Alzheimer’s disease and familial British dementia. J. Biol. Chem.,
        280(43), 2005, 35789-92.

        The production of hydrogen peroxide during early-stage protein aggregation: a common
        pathological mechanism in different neurodegenerative diseases? Biochem. Soc. Trans.,
        33(4), 2005, 548-50.

        Protein aggregation, metals and oxidative stress in neurogenerative disease. Biochem. Soc.
        Trans., 33(5), 2005, 1082-6.


TINDJONG, R.*, EISENBERG, R. S.†, KAUFMAN, I. Kh, LUCHINSKY, D. G. and
McCLINTOCK, P. V. E.

        Brownian dynamics simulations of ionic current through an open channel: in Gonzalez, T.,
        Mateos, J. and Pardo, D. (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th international conference on noise and
        fluctuations (ICNF 2005), Melville, New York, AIP, 2005, 563-6.


TINTA, D.†, PETROVIC, J.†, BENKA, U.†, et al.

        Fault diagnosis of vacuum cleaner motors. Control Engin. Pract., 13(2), 2005, 177-87.



Theoretical Physics Group


AXENIDES, M.†, DIMOPOULOS, K. and KEHAGIAS, A.†

        The density perturbation in the universe: beyond the inflation paradigm. Nucl. Phys. B (Proc.
        Suppl.), 148, 2005 148.


BROADHEAD, M.† and McDONALD, J.

        Simulations of the end of supersymmetric hybrid inflation and non-topological solition
        formation. Phys. Rev. D, 72, 2005, 043519.
DAVIS, A. C.† and DIMOPOULOS, K.

       Cosmic superstrings and primordial magnetogenesis. Phys. Rev. D, 72, 2005, 9.


DIMOPOULOS, K. and AXENIDES, M.†

       Hybrid inflation without flat directions and without primordial black holes. J. Cosmol. &
       Astroparticle Phys., 0506, 2005, 23.


DIMOPOULOS, K., LYTH, D. H. and RODRIGUEZ, Y.*

       Low scale inflation and the curvation mechanism. J. High Energy Phys., 0502, 2005, 34.


LYTH, D. H., MALIK, K. A. and SASAKI, M.†

       A general proof of the conservation of the curvature perturbation. JCAP, 0505, 2005, 004
       [astro-ph/0411220].


MALIK, K. A.

       Gauge-invariant perturbations at second order: multiple scalar fields on large scales. JCAP,
       0511, 2005, 005 [astro-ph/0506532].


MALIK, K. A. and WANDS, D.†

       Adiabatic and entropy perturbations with interacting fluids and fields. JCAP, 0502, 2005, 007
       [astro-ph/0411703].



Centre for Nanoscale Dynamics and Mathematical Physics


BUDINI, A. A.† and SCHOMERUS, H.

       Non-Markovian master equations from entanglement with stationary unobserved degrees of
       freedom. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., 38, 2005, 9251-62.


BURTON, D. A., CAO, D. Q., TUCKER, R. W. and WANG, C. H.-T.

       On the stability of stay cables under light wind and rain conditions. J. Sound & Vib.,
       279(1-2), 2005, 89-117.


BURTON, D. A., NOBLE, A.* and TUCKER, R. W.

       Geometry, Sagnac ring lasers and twisted EM modes. Gen. Relat. & Gravitation, 37, 2005,
       1555-74.


BURTON, D. A., NOBLE, A.*, TUCKER, R. W. and WILTSHIRE, D. L.†

       Twisted electromagnetic modes and Sagnac ring lasers. Classical & Quant. Gravity, 22,
       2005, 909-31.
CALLEJA, F.†, GARCIA-SUAREZ, V. M., HINAREJOS, J. J.†, FERRER, J., DE PARGA, A. L. V.†
and MIRANDA, R.†

       Relationship between strain and the surface electronic structure of Cu(111) films on
       Ru(0001): theory and experiment. Phys. Rev. B, 71(12), 2005, 125412.


CAO, D. Q., LIU, D. and WANG, C. H.-T.

       Nonlinear dynamic modelling for MEMS components via the Cosserat rod element approach.
       J. Micromech. & Microengin., 15(7), 2005, 1334-43.


FAL’KO, V. I., ALTSHULER, B. L.† and TSYPLYATEV, O.*

       Anisotropy of spin splitting and spin relaxation in lateral quantum dots. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95,
       2005, 076603.


GARCÍA-SUÁREZ, V. M., ROCHA, A. R.†, BAILEY, S. W., LAMBERT, C. J., SANVITO, S.† and
FERRER, J.†

       Conductance oscillations in zigzag platinum chains. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 256804.

       Conductance oscillations in zigzag platinum chains. Virtual J. Nanoscale Sci. & Technol.,
       December, 2005.

       Single channel conductance of H2 molecules. Phys. Rev. B, 72, 2005, 045437.


KENNETT, M. P.†, ROBINSON, J. P.*, COOPER, N. R.† and FAL’KO, V. I.

       Quantum and classical surface acoustic wave induced magnetoresistance oscillations in a 2D
       electron gas. Phys. Rev. B, 71, 2005, 195420.


KONEMANN, J.†, HAUG, R. J.†, MAUDE, D. K.†, FAL’KO, V. I. and ALTSHULER, B. L.†

       Spin-orbit coupling and anisotropy of spin splitting in quantum dots. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94,
       2005, 226404.


McCANN, E. and FAL’KO, V. I.

       Degeneracy breaking and inter-valley scattering due to short-ranged impurities in finite single-
       wall carbon nanotubes. Phys. Rev. B, 71, 2005, 085415.


ROBINSON, J. P.* and FAL’KO, V. I.

       Commensurability oscillations in the SAW induced acousto-electric effect in a 2DEG. Phys.
       Rev. B, 71, 2005, 241301.


ROCHA, A. R.†, GARCIA-SUAREZ, V. M., BAILEY, S. W., LAMBERT, C. J., FERRER, J.† and
SANVITO, S.

       Towards molecular spintronics. Nat. Mat., 4(4), 2005, 335-9.
SCHOMERUS, H. and JACQUOD, P.†

        Quantum-to-classical correspondence in open chaotic systems. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., 38,
        2005, 10663-82.


TADDEI, F.*, SANVITO, S.† and LAMBERT, C. J.

        Point contact Andreev reflection in ferromagnetic/superconductor ballistic nanojunctions:
        a material-specific study. J. Comput. & Theoretical Nanosci., 2, 2005, 132.


TITOV, M.† and SCHOMERUS, H.

        Non-universality of Anderson localisation in short-range correlated disorder. Phys. Rev. Lett.,
        95, 2005, 126602.


TSYPLYATEV, O.* and FAL’KO, V. I.

        Magnetoresistance in metals with embedded magnetic nanoclusters. Int. J. Mod. Phys. B, 19,
        2005, 2175.


TUCKER, R. W.

        Mathematical reviews, MR2187924, review of G Amendola. Appl. Anal., 84, 2005, 67-87.

        Relativistic balance laws for Cosserat media in general spacetimes (invited paper for special
        symposium in honour of 2003 SES Eringen Medalist Gerard Maugin). Phil. Mag., 85, 2005,
        3911-39.

        Relativity in rotating frames. J. Relat. & Gravitation, 37(6), 2005, 1-3.

        Review: ‘Differential forms in electromagnetics’ by I. V. Lindell. IEE Book Rev., 2005,
        www.iee.org/OnComms/PN/electromagnetics/bookreviews.cfm [online publication].



Experimental Elementary Particle Physics Group


ADAMS, D. L.†, JONES, R. W. L., et al.

        Distributed analysis in the ATLAS experiment: in Proceedings of the UK e-science all hands
        meeting, September 2005.


ALEPH Collaboration [BOUHOVA-THACKER, E., FINCH, A. J., HUGHES, G., JONES, R. W. L.,
SMIZANSKA, M., et al.]

        Branching ratios and spectral functions of τ decays: final ALEPH measurements and physics
        implications. Phys. Report, 421, 2005, 191.

        Bose-Einstein correlations in W-pair decays with an event-mixing technique. Phys. Lett. B,
        606, 2005, 265.

        Improved measurement of the triple gauge-boson couplings γW W and Z W W in e +e –
        collisions. Phys. Lett. B, 614, 2005, 7.
        Single vector boson production in e +e – collisions at centre-of-mass energies from 183-GeV to
        209-GeV. Phys. Lett. B, 605, 2005, 49.

        Two-particle correlations in pp, pp and KsKs pairs from Hadronic Z decays. Phys. Lett. B,
        611, 2005, 66.


BARTSCH, V.†, DAVIES, B., JONES, R. W. L., et al.

        ESLEA: exploitation of switched lightpaths for e-science applications: in Proceedings of the
        UK e-science all hands meeting, September 2005.


BIRD, I., JONES, R. W. L., et al. editors

        LHC computing grid. pp. 152. Technical design report, CERN-LHCC-2005-024, June 2005.


BISCARAT, C., SOPCZAK, A., et al.

        The pp → t b H + process at the Tevatron in HERWIG and PYTHIA simulations. Eur. Phys.
        J. C, 39S1, 2005 37.


BRITTON, D.†, JONES, R. W. L., et al.

        GridPP: meeting the particle physics computing challenges: in Proceedings of the UK
        e-science all hands meeting, September 2005.


BRODBECK, T. J., CHILINGAROV, A., HUGHES, G., SLOAN, T., et al.

        Beam tests of ATLAS SCT silicon strip detector modules. Nucl. Instrum. & Meth. A, 538,
        2005, 384.

        Radiation-hard semiconductor detectors for SuperLHC. Nucl. Instrum. & Meth. A, 541, 2005,
        189.


CAMPBELL, D., CHILINGAROV, A. and SLOAN, T.

        Evaluation of possible equivalent circuits for the description of the CV characteristics of
        heavily irradiated Si diodes. Nucl. Instr. & Meth. A, 552, 2005, 152-7.


CERN RD50 Collaboration [BRODBECK, T. J., CHILINGAROV, A., HUGHES, G., SLOAN, T.,
et al.]

        Development of radiation tolerant semiconductor detectors for the Super-LHC. Nucl. Instrum.
        & Meth. A, 546, 2005, 99.

        Recent advancements in the development of radiation hard semiconductor detectors for
        S-LHC. Nucl. Instrum. & Meth. A, 552, 2005, 7.


DELPHI Collaboration [BORISOV, G. V., SOPCZAK, A., et al.]

        Bose-Einstein correlations in W + W – events at LEP2. Eur. Phys. J. C, 44, 2005, 161.
       Charged particle multiplicity in three-jet events and two-gluon systems. Eur. Phys. J. C, 44,
       2005, 311.

       Coherent soft particle production in Z decays into three jets. Phys. Lett. B, 605, 2005, 37.

       Determination of A(FB)(b) at the Z pole using inclusive charge reconstruction and lifetime
       tagging. Eur. Phys. J. C, 40, 2005, 1.

       Measurement of the energy dependence of Hadronic jet rates and the strong coupling α s from
       the four-jet rate with the DELPHI detector at LEP. Eur. Phys. J. C, 38, 2005, 413.

       Production of    c   and   b   in Z decays and lifetime measurement of   b.   Eur. Phys. J. C, 44,
       2005, 299.


DØ Collaboration [BERTRAM, I. A., BORISOV, G. V., RATOFF, P. N., SOPCZAK, A., et al.]

       First measurement of σ ( pp → Z) x BR(Z → τ τ ) at √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys. Rev. D, 71, 2005,
       072004.

       Helicity of the W boson in lepton + jets tt events. Phys. Lett. B, 617, 2005, 1.

       Measurement of Dijet azimuthal decorrelations at central rapidities in pp collisions at √ s =
       1.96 TeV. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 221801.

       Measurement of inclusive differential cross sections for Upsilon(1S) production in pp
       collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 232001.

       Measurement of semileptonic branching fractions of B mesons to narrow D** states. Phys.
       Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 171803.

       Measurement of the B s lifetime in the exclusive decay channel B s → J / ψ o. Phys. Rev. Lett.,
       94, 2005, 042001.

       Measurement of the lifetime difference in the B s system. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 171801.

       Measurement of the pp → W γ + X cross section at √s = 1.96 TeV and WW γ anomalous
       coupling limits. Phys. Rev. D, 71, 2005, 091108.

       Measurement of the ratio of B + and B 0 meson lifetimes. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 182001.

       A measurement of the ratio of inclusive cross sections σ (pp → Z + b-jet) / σ (pp → Z + jet) at
       √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 161801.

       Measurement of the top quark mass in all-jet events. Phys. Lett. B, 606, 2005, 25.

       Measurement of the tt production cross section in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV using
       kinematic characteristics of lepton + jets events. Phys. Lett. B, 626, 2005, 45.

       Measurement of the tt production cross section in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV using lepton
       + jets events with lifetime b-tagging. Phys. Lett. B, 626, 2005, 35.

       Measurement of the tt production cross section in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV in dilepton
       final states. Phys. Lett. B, 626, 2005, 55.

       Measurement of the W W production cross section in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys.
       Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 151801.

       Measurement of the Λ b lifetime in the decay Λ b → J / ψ Λ 0 with the DØ detector. Phys.
       Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 102001.
        Production of W Z events in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV and limits on anomalous WWZ
        couplings. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 141802.

        A search for anomalous heavy-flavour quark production in association with W bosons. Phys.
        Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 152002.

        Search for first-generation scalar leptoquarks in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys. Rev. D,
        71, 2005, 071104.

        Search for large extra spatial dimensions in dimuon production at DØ. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95,
        2005, 161602.

        Search for neutral supersymmetric Higgs bosons in multijet events at √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys.
        Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 151801.

        Search for Randall-Sundrum gravitons in dilepton and diphoton final states. Phys. Rev. Lett.,
        95, 2005, 091801.

        Search for right-handed W bosons in top quark decay. Phys. Rev. D, 72, 2005, 011104.

        Search for single top quark production in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys. Lett. B, 622,
        2005, 265.

        Search for supersymmetry via associated production of charginos and neutralinos in final
        states with three leptons. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 151805.

        Search for supersymmetry with gauge-mediated breaking in diphoton events at DØ. Phys.
        Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 041801.

        A search for the flavour-changing neutral current decay B s → μ+ μ– in pp collisions at √ s =
        1.96 TeV with the DØ detector. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94, 2005, 071802.

        A search for W bb and W H production in pp collisions at √ s = 1.96 TeV. Phys. Rev. Lett.,
        94, 2005, 091802.

        Study of Z γ events and limits on anomalous Z Z γ and Z γ γ couplings in pp collisions at √ s =
        1.96 TeV. Phys. Rev. Lett., 95, 2005, 051802.


DUCKECK, G., JONES, R. W. L., et al. editors

        ATLAS computing. pp. 246. Technical design report by ATLAS Collaboration, CERN-
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EGEDE, U.†, JONES, R. W. L., et al.

        Ganga user interface for job definition and management: in Proceedings of the UK e-science
        all hands meeting, September 2005.


FINCH, A. J., SOPCZAK, A., et al.

        Analysing the scalar top co-annihilation region at the ILC. Phys. Rev. D, 72, 2005, 115008.


H1 Collaboration [Henderson, R. C. W., Sloan, T., et al.

        A direct search for stable magnetic monopoles produced in positron proton collisions at
        HERA. Eur. Phys. J. C, 41, 2005, 133.
        Inclusive production of D+, D0, Ds and D*+ mesons in deep inelastic scattering at HERA. Eur.
        Phys. J. C, 38, 2005, 447.

        Measurement of beauty production at HERA using events with muons and jets. Eur. Phys. J.
        C, 41, 2005, 453.

        Measurement of charm and beauty photoproduction at HERA using D* μ correlations. Phys.
        Lett. B, 621, 2005, 56.

        Measurement of deeply virtual Compton scattering at HERA. Eur. Phys. J. C, 44, 2005, 1.

        Measurement of Dijet cross sections in e p interactions with a leading neutron at HERA. Eur.
        Phys. J. C, 41, 2005, 273.

        Measurement of F2(cc) and F2(bb) at high Q2 using the H1 vertex detector at HERA. Eur.
        Phys. J. C, 40, 2005, 349.

        Measurement of prompt photon cross sections in photoproduction at HERA. Eur. Phys. J. C,
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        Search for leptoquark bosons in ep collisions at HERA. Phys. Lett. B, 629, 2005, 9.

        Search for light gravitinos in events with photons and missing transverse momentum at
        HERA. Phys. Lett. B, 616, 2005, 31.


JONES, R. W. L.

        ATLAS grid computing in the real world: in Proceedings of the 2nd international grid
        symposium, Taipei, April 2005.


SNO Collaboration [Kormos, L., et al.]

        Electron energy spectra, fluxes, and day-night asymmetries of B-8 solar neutrinos from the
        391-day salt phase SNO data set. Phys. Rev. C, 72, 2005, 055502.

        A search for periodicities in the B-8 solar neutrino flux measured by the Sudbury Neutrino
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SOPCZAK, A.

        Highlights of Higgs physics at LEP. Phys. Part. Nucl., 36, 2005, 65.

        Highlights of Higgs physics at LEP. Fiz. Elem. Chast. Atom. Yadra, 36, 2005, 127.




DEPARTMENT OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS


BAKER, G.

        Saying global civil society with rights: in Baker, G. and Chandler, D. (eds.), Global civil
        society: contested futures, London, Routledge, 2005, 114-29.
BAKER, G. and CHANDLER, D.†

       Introduction: theorising global civil society: in Baker, G. and Chandler, D. (eds.), Global
       civil society: contested futures, London, Routledge, 2005, 1-14.


BAKER, G. and CHANDLER, D.† editors

       Global civil society: contested futures. pp. 220. London, Routledge, 2005.


BELLANY, I.

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       150(1)(February), 2005, 12, 14.


BELLANY, I. editor

       Curbing the spread of nuclear weapons. pp. 240. Manchester, Manchester University Press,
       2005.


BICCUM, A. R.

       Development and the ‘new’ imperialism: a reinvention of colonial discourse in DFID
       promotional literature. Third World Q., 26(6), 2005, 1005-20.

       The world social forum: exploiting the ambivalence of ‘open’ spaces. Ephemera: Theory &
       Polit. Organ., 5(2)(May), 2005, 116-33,
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COCHRANE, F.

       Bowling together within a divided community: global and local understandings of civil
       society – the case of Northern Ireland: in Roßteutscher, S. (ed.), Democracy and the role of
       associations: political, organisational and social contexts, London, Routledge, 2005, 46-63.

       Stop-go democracy: the peace process in Northern Ireland revisited: in Large, J. (ed.),
       Democracy and conflict management: confronting 21 st century challenges, Stockholm,
       International IDEA, 2005,
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       publication].


COCHRANE, F. associate editor (reviews)

       Irish political studies, 20(1)(February), 2005, 1-106.

       Irish political studies, 20(2)(June), 2005, 107-229.

       Irish political studies, 20(3)(September), 2005, 230-369.


DENVER, D. T.

       The 2005 general election in Scotland. Scott. Aff., 53(Autumn), 2005, 104-18.

       Four-party competition in Scotland. Polit. Rev., 15(2)(November), 2005, 19-21.
       The North East referendum 2004: campaigning. pp. 30.
       http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/files/dms/Campaignanalysisreport_18896-13984__E__N__S__W__.pdf
       [online publication]. Report for the Electoral Commission, November 2005.

       The results: how Britain voted: in Geddes, A. and Tonge, J. (eds.), Britain decides: the UK
       general election 2005, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2005, 6-21.

       Valence politics: how Britain votes now. Br. J. Polit. & Int. Relat., 7(2)(May), 2005, 292-9.


DENVER, D. T., RALLINGS, C.† and THRASHER, M.†

       Trends in local elections in Britain. Local Gov. Stud., 31(4)(August), 2005, 393-413.


DILLON, G. M.

       Cared to death. The biopoliticsed time of your life. Foucault Stud., 1(2), 2005, 37-46.

       Derrida: in Carver, T. and Martin, J. (eds.), The Palgrave guide to continental political
       thought, London, Palgrave, 2005, 260-73.

       Global security in the 21st century: circulation, complexity and contingency. World Today
       (briefing papers on the globalisation of security, Royal Institute of International Relations),
       November 2005, 1-4.

       A passion for the (im)possible: equality, pedagogy and the messianic in the politics of Jacques
       Ranciére. Eur. J. Polit. Theory, 4(2), 2005, 429-52.


JESSOP, R. D. and SUM, N.-L.

       On pre- and post-disciplinarity in (cultural) political economy. Nanjing, Jiangsu Academy of
       Administration (in Chinese), 2005.


LACY, M.

       Security and climate change: international relations and the limits of realism. pp. 164.
       London, Routledge, 2005.


MAY, C.

       The academy’s new electronic order? Open source journals and publishing political science.
       EPS-Eur. Polit. Sci., 4(1)(March), 2005, 14-24.

       Between commodification and “openness”: the information society and the ownership of
       knowledge. J. Inf. Law & Technol., special issue 2-3, 2005, 15,
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       Concentrated industry, fragmented consumption: the global music industry in the new
       millennium: in Franklin, M. I. (ed.), Resounding international relations: on music, culture
       and politics, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, 29-51.

       Digital rights management and the global governance of intellectual property: in
       Kambhammettu, S. S. (ed.), Digital rights management: concepts and applications,
       Hyderabad, Le Magnus University Press, 2005, 33-43.
       The inevitability of information capitalism?: between property and ‘openness’: in Masip, P.
       and Rom, J. (eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on communication and
       reality: digital utopia in the media: from discourse to facts. A balance, Barcelona, The
       School of Communication, University Ramon Llull, 2005, 23-40.

       Intellectual property rights: in Kelly, D. and Grant, W. (eds.), The politics of international
       trade in the twenty-first century: actors, issues, regions, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2005, 164-82.

       Property, the right to: intellectual property rights as human rights: in Smith, R. K. M. and
       van den Anker, C. (eds.), The essentials of… human rights, London, Hodder Arnold, 2005,
       293-5.


MAY, C. and HALBERT, D.†

       AIDS, pharmaceutical patents and the African state: reorienting the global governance of
       intellectual property: in Patterson, A. (ed.), The African state and the AIDS crisis, Aldershot,
       Ashgate, 2005, 195-217.


MAY, C. and SELL, S.†

       Intellectual property rights: a critical history. pp. 266. Boulder, Lynne Rienner, 2005.


NONNEMAN, G.

       Analysing the foreign policies of the Middle East and North Africa: a conceptual framework:
       in Nonneman, G. (ed.), Analysing Middle East foreign policies, and the relationship with
       Europe, London and New York, Routledge, 2005, 6-18.

       Determinants and patterns of Saudi foreign policy: ‘omnibalancing’ and ‘relative autonomy’
       in multiple environments: in Nonneman, G. and Aarts, P. (eds.), Saudi Arabia in the balance:
       political economy, society, foreign affairs, New York, New York University Press and
       London, Hurst, 2005, 315-51.

       Introduction: in Nonneman, G. (ed.), Analyzing Middle East foreign policies, and the
       relationship with Europe, London and New York, Routledge, 2005, 1-5.

       The three environments of Middle East foreign policy making and relations with Europe: in
       Nonneman, G. (ed.), Analysing Middle East foreign policies, and the relationship with
       Europe, London and New York, Routledge, 2005, 19-42.


NONNEMAN, G. editor

       Analysing Middle East foreign policies and the relationship with Europe. pp. 269. London
       and New York, Routledge, 2005.


NONNEMAN, G. and AARTS, P.†

       Introduction: in Nonneman, G. and Aarts, P. (eds.), Saudi Arabia in the balance: political
       economy, society, foreign affairs, New York, New York University Press and London, Hurst,
       2005, 1-7.

       A triple nexus: ideology, political economy, foreign policy and the outlook for the Saudi
       polity: in Nonneman, G. and Aarts, P. (eds.), Saudi Arabia in the balance: political economy,
       society, foreign affairs, New York, New York University Press and London, Hurst, 2005,
       433-56.
NONNEMAN, G. and AARTS, P.† editors

       Saudi Arabia in the balance: political economy, society, foreign affairs. pp. xvi + 462. New
       York, New York University Press and London, Hurst, 2005.


SMITH, G. M.

       Into Cerberus’ lair: bringing the idea of security to light. Br. J. Polit. & Int. Relat., 7(4),
       2005, 485-507.

       Kierkegaard from the point of view of the political. Hist. Eur. Ideas, 31(1), 2005, 35-60.


SUM, N.-L.

       Towards a cultural political economy: discourses, material power and (counter-) hegemony.
       pp. 25. DEMOLOGOS Spot Paper, 2005.


SUM, N.-L. and NGAI, P.†

       Paradoxes of ethical transnational production: codes of conduct in a Chinese workplace.
       Competition & Change: J. Global Bus. & Polit. Econ., 9(2), 2005, 181-200.


WEBER, C.

       Fahrenheit 9/11: the temperature where morality burns. J. Am. Stud., 2005.

       Imagining America at war: morality, politics and film. pp. 200. London, Routledge, October
       2005.

       International relations theory: a critical introduction (2nd edition). pp. 176. London,
       Routledge, 2005.

       Not without my sister: imagining a moral America in “Kandahar”. Int. Fem. J. Polit., 7(3),
       2005, 358-76.

       Not without my sister: imagining a moral America in “Kandahar”. OpenDemocracy.net,
       November, 2005, http://www.opendemocracy.net/content/articles/PDF/3006.pdf [online
       publication].

       Securitising the unconscious: the bush doctrine of pre-emption and ‘minority report’.
       Geopolit., 10, 2005, 1-18.




DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY


ALCOCK, K. J.

       Literacy in Kiswahili: in Joshi, R. M. and Aaron, P. G. (eds.), Handbook of orthography and
       literacy, Mahwah, New Jersey, LEA, 2005, 405-20.
BALL, L. J.

        Position paper: commercial uses of eye-tracking: in Proceedings of the HCI 2005 workshop
        on commercial uses of eye-tracking, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK, September 2005.


BALL, L. J., LUCAS, E. J.† and PHILLIPS, P.

        Eye movements and reasoning: evidence for relevance effects and rationalisation processes in
        deontic selection tasks: in Bara, B. G., Barsalou, L. and Bucciarelli, M. (eds.), Proceedings of
        the 27th annual conference of the cognitive science society, Alpha, New Jersey, Sheridan
        Printing, 2005.


BEST, R. M., ROWE, M.†, OZURU, Y. and McNAMARA, D. S.

        Deep-level comprehension of science texts: the role of the reader and the text. Topics Lang.
        Disorders, 25, 2005, 62-80.


BRANDT, K. R., COOPER, L. M. and DEWHURST, S. A.

        Expertise and recollective experience: recognition memory for familiar and unfamiliar
        academic subjects. Appl. Cogn. Psychol., 19, 2005, 1113-25.


BREMNER, J. G.

        Perception and knowledge of objects in infancy: in Hopkins, J. B., Barr, R. G. , Michel, G. F.
        and Rochat, P. (eds.), Cambridge encyclopaedia of developmental psychology, Cambridge,
        Cambridge University Press, 2005, 195-203.


BREMNER, J. G., JOHNSON, S. P.†, SLATER, A. M.†, MASON, U., FOSTER, K.†, CHESHIRE, A.
and SPRING, J.

        Conditions for young infants’ perception of object trajectories. Child Devel., 76, 2005,
        1029-43.


BREMNER, J. G. and LEWIS, C. editors

        Developmental psychology I: perceptual and cognitive development: volume 1: theoretical
        perspectives on perception and cognition. pp. 499. London, Sage, 2005.

        Developmental psychology I: perceptual and cognitive development: volume 2: infant
        perceptual and cognitive development. pp. 348. London, Sage, 2005.

        Developmental psychology I: perceptual and cognitive development: volume 3: perceptual
        and cognitive development in childhood. pp. 397. London, Sage, 2005.


CAIN, K., OAKHILL, J.† and LEMMON, K.†

        The relation between children’s reading comprehension level and their comprehension of
        idioms. J. Exper. Child Psychol., 90, 2005, 65-87.
CAIN, K., PATSON, N.† and ANDREWS, L.†

       Age- and ability-related differences in young readers’ use of conjunctions. J. Child Lang., 32,
       2005, 877-92.


CARPENDALE, J. I. M.†, LEWIS, C., MÜLLER, U.† and RACINE, T. P.†

       Constructing perspectives in the social making of minds. Interact. Stud., 6, 2005, 341-68.


CHESHIRE, A., BALL, L. J. and LEWIS, C.

       Self-explanation, feedback and the development of analogical reasoning skill: microgenetic
       evidence for a metacognitive processing account: in Bara, B. G., Barsalou, L. and
       Bucciarelli, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 27th annual conference of the cognitive science
       society, Alpha, New Jersey, Sheridan Printing, 2005.


CLACK, B.*, DIXON, J. A. and TREDOUX, C.†

       Eating together apart: patterns of segregation in a multiethnic cafeteria. J. Commun. & Appl.
       Soc. Psychol., 15, 2005, 1-16.


CRAWFORD, T. J., HIGHAM, S. and RENVOIZE, T.†, et al

       Inhibitory control of saccadic eye movements and cognitive impairment in Alzheimer’s
       disease. Biol. Psychiatry, 57, 2005, 1052-60.


CRAWFORD, T. J., HILL, S.† and HIGHAM, S.

       The inhibitory effect of recent distracter. Vision Res., 45, 2005, 3665-378.


DAY, R. D.†, LEWIS, C., O’BRIEN, M.† and LAMB, M. E.†

       Fatherhood and father involvement: emerging constructs and theoretical orientations: in
       Bengston, V. L., Acock, A. C., Allen, K. R., Dillworth-Anderson, P. and Klein, D. M. (eds.),
       Sourcebook of family theory and research, Thousand Oaks, Ca., Sage, 2005, 341-66.


DEAN, G. M.†, DEWHURST, S. A., MORRIS, P. E. and WHITTAKER, A.

       Selective interference with the use of visual images in the symbolic distance paradigm.
       J. Exper. Psychol.: Learn., Mem. & Cogn., 31, 2005, 1043-68.


DENT, K.† and SMYTH, M. M.

       Verbal coding and the storage of form-position associations in visual-spatial short-term
       memory. Acta Psychol., 120, 2005, 113-40.


DEWHURST, S. A., BARRY, C.† and HOLMES, S. E.

       Exploring the false recognition of category exemplars: effects of divided attention and
       explicit generation. Eur. J. Cogn. Psychol., 17, 2005, 803-19.
DIXON, J. A. and DURRHEIM, K.†

       Beyond polemic: reflecting on reflexive racism. Psychol. Soc., 31, 2005, 85-91.


DIXON, J. A., DURRHEIM, K.† and TREDOUX, C.†

       Beyond the optimal strategy: a ‘reality check’ for the contact hypothesis. Am. Psychol., 60,
       2005, 697-711.


DIXON, J. A., TREDOUX, C.† and CLACK, B.*

       On the microecology of racial division: a neglected dimension of segregation. South Afr. J.
       Psychol., 35, 2005, 395-411.


DONOVAN, T.†, MANNING, D. J.†, PHILIPS, P. W.†, HIGHAM, S. and CRAWFORD, T. J.

       The effect of feedback on performance in a fracture detection task. Progress Biomed. Optics
       & Imaging (SPIE), 6, 2005, 79-85.

       The effect of feedback on performance in fractured detection task: in Proceedings of the SPIE
       medical imaging conference, San Diego, 2005.


DURRHEIM, K.† and DIXON, J. A.

       Everyday explanations of diversity and difference: the role of lay ontologising: in Ellison, G.
       and Goodman, A. (eds.), Diversity, difference and deviance, London, Taylor and Francis,
       2005.

       Racial encounter: the social psychology of contact and desegregation. London, Psychology
       Press, 2005.

       Studying talk and embodied practices: toward a psychology of materiality of ‘race relations’.
       J. Commun. & Appl. Soc. Psychol., 15, 2005, 446-60.


ETTINGER, U.†, ANTONOVA, E.† and CRAWFORD, T. J., et al

       Structural neural correlates of prosaccade and antisaccade eye movements in healthy humans.
       NeuroImage, 24, 2005, 487-94.


ETTINGER, U.†, KUMARI, V.† and CRAWFORD, T. J., et al

       Saccadic eye movements, schizotypy, and the role of neurotism. Biol. Psychol., 68, 2005,
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GALE, M.† and BALL, L. J.

       Contrast-class cues and dual-goal facilitation in Wason’s 2-4-6 task: evidence for an extended
       iterative counterfactual model: in Bara, B. G., Barsalou, L. and Bucciarelli, M. (eds.),
       Proceedings of the 27th annual conference of the cognitive science society, Alpha, New Jersey,
       Sheridan Printing, 2005.
GOCKEL, H., CARLYON, R. P.† and PLACK, C. J.

       Dominance region for pitch: effects of duration and dichotic presentation. J. Acoust.
       Soc. Am., 117, 2005, 1326-36.


GOCKEL, H., PLACK, C. J. and CARLYON, R. P.†

       Reduced contribution of non-simultaneous mistuned harmonics to residue pitch. J. Acoust.
       Soc. Am., 118, 2005, 3783-93.


HOWE, M. L.

       Children (but not adults) can inhibit false memories. Psychol. Sci., 16, 2005, 927-31.


HOWE, M. L. and LEWIS, M. D.†

       Development as self-organisation: new approaches to the psychology and neurobiology of
       development. Devel. Rev. (special issue), 25(3/4), 2005.

       The importance of dynamic systems approaches for understanding development. Devel. Rev.,
       25, 2005, 247-51.


KUMARI, V.†, ETTINGER, U.† and CRAWFORD, T. J., et al

       Lack of association between prepulse inhibition and antisaccadic deficits in chronic
       schizophrenia: implications for identification of schizophrenia endophenotypes.
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LAMB, M. E.† and LEWIS, C.

       The role of parent child relationships in child development: in Bornstein, M. and Lamb, M. E.
       (ed.), Developmental psychology: an advanced textbook, Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence
       Erlbaum, 2005, 429-68.


LEACH, J.

       Cognitive paralysis in an emergency: the role of the supervisory attentional system. Aviation,
       Space & Environ. Med., 76, 2005, 134-6.


LEVINE, M., PROSSER, A.†, EVANS, D.† and REICHER, S.†

       Identity and emergency intervention: how social group membership and inclusiveness of
       group boundaries shapes helping behaviour. Personality & Soc. Psychol. Bull., 31(4), 2005,
       443-53.


LEW, A. R.

       Experimental methods: in Hopkins, B. editor The Cambridge encyclopaedia of child
       development. pp. 120-3. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005.
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        Detection of geometric but not topological spatial transformations in 6-12-month-old infants
        in a visual exploration paradigm. Devel. Psychobiol., 47, 2005, 31-42.


LEWIS, C. and BREMNER, J. G.

        Introducing social and language development: in Lewis, C. and Bremner, J. G. (eds.),
        Developmental psychology II: social and language development, London, Sage, 2005,
        xvii-xl.


LEWIS, C. and BREMNER, J. G. editors

        Developmental psychology II: social and language development: volume 4: theoretical
        issues in social and language development. pp. 479. London, Sage, 2005.

        Developmental psychology II: social and language development: volume 5: social
        development. pp. 488. London, Sage, 2005.

        Developmental psychology II: social and language development: volume 6: language
        development. pp. 353. London, Sage, 2005.


LOPEZ-POVEDA, E. A.†, PLACK, C. J., MEDDIS, R.† and BLANCO, J. L.†

        Cochlear compression between 500 and 8000 Hz in listeners with moderate sensorineural
        hearing loss. Hear. Res., 205, 2005, 172-83.


LUCAS, E. J.† and BALL, L. J.

        Think-aloud protocols and the selection task: evidence for relevance effects and
        rationalisation processes. Think. & Reason., 11, 2005, 35-66.


MORRIS, P. E. and FRITZ, C. O.

        Memory: in Hewstone, M., Fincham, F. D. and Foster, J. (eds.), Psychology, Malden, MA,
        DPS Blackwell, 2005, 224-46.


MORRIS, P. E., FRITZ, C. O., JACKSON, L., NICHOL, E. and ROBERTS, E.

        Strategies for learning proper names: expanding retrieval practice, meaning and imagery.
        Appl. Cogn. Psychol., 19, 2005, 779-98.


MULDOON, K. P.†, LEWIS, C. and TOWSE, J.

        Because it’s there! Why some children count, rather than infer, corresponding sets. Cogn.
        Devel., 20, 2005, 472-91.


OATES, J.†, LEWIS, C. and LAMB, M. E.†

        Parenting and attachment: in Ding, S. and Littleton, K. (eds.), Children’s personal and social
        development, Oxford, Open University and Blackwell, 2005, 11-51.
PLACK, C. J.

        The sense of hearing. pp. 267. New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.


PLACK, C. J., O’HANLON, C. G.† and DRGA, V.†

        Additivity of masking and auditory compression: in Pressnitzer, D., de Cheveigné, A.,
        McAdams, S. and Collet, L. (eds.), Auditory signal processing: physiology, psychophysics,
        and models, New York, Springer, 2005, 60-6.


PLACK, C. J. and OXENHAM, A. J.†

        The present and future of pitch: in Plack, C. J., Oxenham, A. J., Fay, R. R. and Popper, A. N.
        (eds.), Pitch: neural coding and perception, New York, Springer, 2005, 1-6.

        The psychophysics of pitch: in Plack, C. J., Oxenham, A. J., Fay, R. R. and Popper, A. N.
        (eds.), Pitch: neural coding and perception, New York, Springer, 2005, 7-55.


PLACK, C. J., OXENHAM, A. J.†, FAY, R. R. and POPPER, A. N. editors

        Pitch: neural coding and perception. pp. 364. New York, Springer, 2005.


SMYTH, M. M. and COUSINS, M.†

        Developmental co-ordination disorder: in Hopkins, J. B. (ed.), Cambridge encyclopaedia of
        developmental psychology, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, 424-8.


SMYTH, M. M., HAY, D. C., HITCH, G. J.† and HORTON, N. J.

        Serial position memory in the visual-spatial domain: reconstructing sequences of unfamiliar
        faces. Q. J. Exper. Psychol., 58A, 2005, 909-30.


STUPPLE, E. J. N.† and BALL, L. J.

        An inspection-time analysis of figural effects and processing direction in syllogistic reasoning:
        in Bara, B. G., Barsalou, L. and Bucciarelli, M. (eds.), Proceedings of the 27th annual
        conference of the cognitive science society, Alpha, New Jersey, Sheridan Printing, 2005.


SUBBOTSKY, E.

        The permanence of mental objects: testing magical thinking on perceived and imaginary
        realities. Devel. Psychol., 41(2), 2005, 301-18.


SÜNRAM-LEA, S. I., BIRCHALL, R. J.†, WESNES, K. A.† and PETRINI, O.†

        The effect of acute administration of 400mg of Panax ginseng on cognitive performance and
        mood in healthy young volunteers. Curr. Topics Nutraceutical Res., 3(1), 2005, 65-74.
TOWSE, J. N. and COWAN, N.†

       Working memory and its relevance for cognitive development: in Schneider, W.,
       Schumann-Hengsteler, R. and Sodian, B. (eds.), Young children’s cognitive development:
       interrelationships among executive functioning, working memory, verbal ability, and theory of
       mind, Mahwah, New Jersey, LEA, 2005, 9-37.


TOWSE, J. N., HITCH, G. J.†, HAMILTON, Z.†, PEACOCK, K.* and HUTTON, U. M. Z.†

       Working memory period: the endurance of mental representations. Q. J. Exper. Psychol.,
       58A(3), 2005, 547-71.


WATKINSON, R. K.†, PLACK, C. J. and FANTINI, D. A.†

       Pitch shifts for complex tones with unresolved harmonics and the implications for models of
       pitch perception. J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 118, 2005, 934-45.


YASIN, I.† and PLACK, C. J.

       Psychophysical tuning curves at very high frequencies. J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 118, 2005,
       2498-506.

       The role of suppression in the upward spread of masking. J. Ass. Res. Otolaryngol., 6, 2005,
       368-77.




DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES


HEELAS, P. L. F.

       Postmodernism: in Hinnells, J. R. (eds.), The Routledge companion to the study of religion,
       Abingdon and New York, Routledge, 2005, 259-74.


HEELAS, P. L. F. and WOODHEAD, L. J. P.

       Kendal, Cumbria – a spiritual laboratory. CeNtreWoRdS, New Series No. 4, 2005, 17-26.

       The spiritual revolution: why religion is giving way to spirituality. pp. 204. Oxford, Malden
       and Carlton, Blackwell Publishing, 2005.


RAM-PRASAD, C.

       Eastern philosophy. pp. 256. London, Weidenfield and Nicholson, 2005.

       Hindu perspectives on Islam: in Gort, J. D., Minnema, L. and Vroom, H. M. (eds.), Religions
       view religions, Amsterdam, Rodopi: Currents of Encounter Series, 2005, 177-96.

       Hindu views of Jesus: in Barker, G. A. (ed.), Jesus in the world’s faiths, Maryknoll, Orbis
       Books, 2005, 81-90.
READER, I. J.

        Chronologies, commonalities and alternative status in Japanese new religious movements:
        defining NRMS outside the western cul-de-sac. Nova Religio, 9(2), 2005, 84-96.

        Folk religion: in Swanson, P. and Chilson, C. (eds.), The Nanzan guide Japanese religions,
        Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press, 2005, 65-90.

        Gendai sekai ni okeru junrei no koryu: sono imi suru mono (Pilgrimage growth in the modern
        world: meanings and implications in Japanese): in Kokusai Shukyo Kenkyujo (ed.), Gendai
        Shukyo 2005: Shukyo Fukko no Koryu, Tokyo, Tokyodo Shuppan, 2005, 279-305.

        Historical, new, and ‘new’ new religions: in Robertson, J. (ed.), A companion to the
        anthropology of Japan, Malden, USA and Oxford UK, Blackwells, 2005, 431-51.

        Making pilgrimages: meaning and practice in Shikoku. pp. xv + 350. Honolulu, University
        of Hawaii Press, 2005.

        Of religion, nationalism and ideology: analysing the development of religious studies in
        Japan (review essay). Soc. Sci. Japan J., 8(1), 2005, 119-24.

        Ten years on: Aum and the Tokyo subway attack. Kansai Time Out, March, 2005, 7-10.


SAWYER, D. F.

        Gender and ancient Mediterranean religions: in Jones, L. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of religion (2nd
        edition; volume V), New York, London, Munich, Macmillan Reference USA (Thomson
        Gale), 2005, 3381-7.


SMITH, D. J.

        On the periphery of Krishna – Max Weber, modernity and postmodern divinity. J. Vaishnava
        Stud., 13(2)(Spring), 2005, 39-56.


SMITH, D. J. editor and translator

        Kalidasa’s birth of Kumara. pp. 334. New York, New York University Press, 2005.


WOODHEAD, L. J. P.

        Gendering secularisation theory. Kvinder, Kon & Forskning (Women, Gender & Res.), 1,
        2005, 24-35.

        Sociological approaches to studying the global and local context of congregations: in
        Cameron, H., Richter, P., Davies, D. and Ward, F. (eds.), Studying local churches: a
        handbook, London, SCM, 2005, 54-65.

        Why do religious and spiritual movements grow?: in Swain, H. (ed.), Big questions in history,
        London, Jonathan Cape/The Times Higher Education Supplement, 2005, 167-74.
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY


CASS, N., SHOVE, E. and URRY, J. R.

       Social exclusion, mobility and access. Sociol. Rev., 53(3), 2005, 539-55.


CHAPPELLS, H.† and SHOVE, E.

       Debating the future of comfort: environmental sustainability, energy consumption and the
       indoor environment. Building Res. & Inf., 33(1), 2005, 32-40.


DIKEN, B.

       City of God. CITY, 9(3), 2005, 307-20.


DIKEN, B. and LAUSTEN, C. B.†

       9/11 as a Hollywood fantasy. P.O.V.: Danish J. Film Stud., 20, 2005, 41-50.

       The culture of exception – sociology facing the camp. pp. 214. London, Routledge,
       2005.

       Rape as a weapon of war. Body & Soc., 11(1), 2005, 111-28.

       Sea, sun, sex: on the discontents of transgression. Tourist Stud., 4(2), 2005, 99-114.


DIKEN, B., LAUSTEN, C. B.† and NEFES, T.†

       Hamam. Toplumbilim, 18, 2005, 63-76.


DIKEN, B., REEVE, H.†, BAYLY, S.† and TREHY, T.†

       Art on terror: the incendiary device of philosophy. pp. 44. London, Artwords Press, 2005.


ELLIS, R. and WATERTON, C.

       Caught between the cartographic and the ethnographic: the whereabouts of amateurs,
       professionals and nature in knowing biodiversity. Environ. Planning D: Soc. & Space,
       23, 2005, 673-93.


FEATHERSTONE, M.†, THRIFT, N.† and URRY, J. R. co-editors

       Automobilities. pp. 285. London, Sage, 2005.


FORTIER, A.-M.

       Diaspora: in Atkinson, D., Jackson, P., Sibley, D. and Washbourne, N. (eds.), Cultural
       geography: critical dictionary in key concepts, London, I. B. Tauris, 2005, 182-7.

       Pride politics and multi-culturalist citizenship. Ethnic & Racial Studies, 28(3), 2005, 559-78.
HAND, M.†, SHOVE, E. and SOUTHERTON, D.†

       Explaining showering: a discussion of the material, conventional and temporal dimensions of
       practice. Soc. Res. Online, 10(2), 2005, http://www.socresonline.org.uk/10/2/hand.htm
       [online publication].


JESSOP, R. D.

       Accumulation strategies and hegemonic projects: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Hegemonya, Post-
       Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing, 2005,
       (translation).

       Beyond developmental states: a regulationist and state-theoretical analysis: in Boyd, R. and
       Ngo, T.-W. (eds.), Asian states: beyond the developmental perspective, London, Routledge,
       2005, 19-42.

       Capitalismo e império da informacao: celebracao pós-Marxista da Hegemonia Norte-
       Americana numa nova ordem mundial: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Globalizaçao e o império da
       informaçao, Viseu, Livraria Pretexto Editoria, 2005, 41-69.

       Capitalismo informacional e Império: a celebração pós-marxista da hegemonia dos Estados
       Unidos. Outubro, 12, 2005, 7-32.

       Critical realism and the strategic-relational approach. New Formations, 56, 2005, 40-53.

       Cultural political economy, the knowledge-based economy, and the state (I). Mod. Philos., 1,
       2005, 45-50 (in Chinese).

       Cultural political economy, the knowledge-based economy, and the state (II). Mod. Philos., 2,
       2005, 15-23 (in Chinese).

       The enterprise of narrative and the narrative of enterprise: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Hegemonya,
       Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing,
       2005, (translation).

       Entrepreneurialism and shrinking cities: in Oswalt, P. (ed.), Shrinking cities: volume 1:
       international research, Berlin, German Federal Cultural Foundation/Osfelder, Hantje Cantz
       Verlag, 2005.

       Farewell to Thatcherism? Neo-Liberalism vs. new times: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Hegemonya,
       Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing,
       2005, (translation).

       Fordism .... http://www2.cddc.vt.edu/digitalfordism/ [online publication]. Jiangsu Academy
       of Administration (in Chinese), 2005.

       The future of the capitalist state. pp. 450. Tokyo, Ochanomizu-shobo (Japanese translation),
       2005.

       The future of the state in an era of globalisation: in Pfaller, A. and Lerch, M. (eds.),
       Challenges of globalisation: new trends in international politics and society, New York,
       Transaction Publishers, 2005, 13-26.

       Globalização, regionalização, mercado e estado: in Paraskeva, J., Gandin, L. and Hypólito, A.
       (eds.), Diálogos educacionais e curriculares à esquierda, Rio de Janeiro, Plátano editora,
       2005, 119-44.

       A Globalizaçao ‘Também’ se Prende com o Tempo: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Globalizaçao e o
       império da informaçao, Viseu, Livraria Pretexto Editoria, 2005, 5-39.
Gramsci and spatial theory. Crit. Rev. Int. Soc. & Polit. Philos., 8(4), 2005, 421-37.

Gramsci as a theorist of social and economic development. pp. 21. DEMOLOGOS Spot
Paper, 2005.

Imperium: in Haug, F. W. (ed.), Historisch Kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus, Berlin,
Argument Verlag, Band 6.2, 2005, 866-73.

Intellektuelle Eigentumsrechte: in Haug, F. W. (ed.), Historisch Kritisches Wörterbuch des
Marxismus, Berlin, Argument Verlag, Band 6.2, 2005, 1287-95.

Introduction: in Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet,
Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing, 2005, 13-32.

Introduction to the Japanese edition: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), The future of the capitalist state,
Tokyo, Ochanomizu-shobo, 2005, i-xiii.

Macht und Strategie bei Poulantzas und Foucault. pp. 51. Hamburg, VSA Verlag, 2005.

Marx, politics, and the state. Hist. Mat., 13(2), 2005, 241-51.

Multi-level governance and multi-level meta-governance: in Kratochwil, F. and Mansfield, E.
(eds.), International organization and global governance: a reader, London, Pearson
Longman, 2005, 355-67.

Narrating the future of the national economy and the national state?: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.),
Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim
Publishing, 2005, (translation).

A neo-gramscian approach to the regulation of urban regimes: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.),
Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim
Publishing, 2005, (translation).

On the originality, legacy, and actuality of Nicos Poulantzas: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.),
Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim
Publishing, 2005, (translation).

The periodisation of capitalist economic and social development. pp. 37. DEMOLOGOS
Spot Paper, 2005.

Poder y estrategias en Poulantzas y Foucault’. Actuel Marx, 2005,
http://netx.u-paris10.fr/actuelmarx/indexe.htm [online publication].

The political economy of scale and European governance. Tijd. Econ. Soc. Geogr., 96(2),
2005, 225-30.

Political ontology, political theory, political philosophy, and the ‘Zoon Politikon’: in
Schmidinger, R. and Sedmak, C. (eds.), Zoon Politikon: Gemeinschaft – Öffentlichkeit –
Recht, Opladen, Leske and Budrich, 2005, 189-208.

Reflections on the (il)logics of globalisation: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Hegemonya, Post-
Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing, 2005,
(translation).

The regulation approach on economic and social development. pp. 51. DEMOLOGOS
Position Paper, 2005.
        Recent theories of the capitalist state: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve
        Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing, 2005 (translation).

        The state as strategy: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme
        Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing, 2005, (translation).

        Die Stimmung ist gelassen. Jungle World, 13 July, 2005, 6.

        Twenty years of the regulation approach: in Jessop, R. D. (ed.), Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve
        Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet, Istanbul, Iletisim Publishing, 2005, (translation).


JESSOP, R. D. editor

        Globalização e o império da informação. pp. 69. Viseu, Livraria Pretexto Editoria, 2005.

        Hegemonya, Post-Fordizm ve Kuresellesme Ekseninde Kapitalist Devlet. pp. 429. Istanbul,
        Iletisim Publishing, 2005.


JESSOP, R. D. and SUM, N.-L.

        On pre- and post-disciplinarity in (cultural) political economy. Nanjing, Jiangsu Academy of
        Administration (in Chinese), 2005.


LYONS, G.† and URRY, J. R.

        Travel time use in the Information Age. Transport. Res. Pt A, 39, 2005, 257-76.


MACNAGHTEN, P.

        Nature: in Delanty, G. (ed.), Handbook of European social theory, London, Routledge, 2005,
        347-57.

        Sustentabilidade ambiental e o papel da informação: algumas reflexões de pesquisa no Reino
        Unido (Environmental sustainability and the role of information: some reflections from
        research in the UK): in Furnival, C. and Sigoli, L. (eds.), Informacao e conhecimento:
        aproximando areas de saber, Sao Carlos, EDUFSCAR, 2005, 161-80.

        Towards the progressive governance of nanotechnologies: developing the role of the social
        sciences: in Santos, M., Vogt, C., de Franca, J. and Guivant, J. (eds.), Ciencia, tecnologia e
        sociedade: novos modelos de governance, Brasilia, CGEE, 2005, 185-215.


MACNAGHTEN, P., KEARNES, M. and WYNNE, B.

        Nanotechnology, governance, and public deliberation: what role for the social sciences? Sci.
        Commun., 27(2), 2005, 268-91.


MARVIN, S.† and MEDD, W.

        Metabolisms of obecity: fat in bodies, cities and infrastructure: in Heynen, N., Käika, M. and
        Swyngedouw, E. (eds.), In the nature of cities: urban political ecology and the politics of
        urban metabolism, London, Routledge, 2005, 143-56.
MEDD, W.

       Imagining complex partnerships: in Richardson, K. (ed.), Managing the complex:
       philosophy, theory and practice, Greenwich, CT, Information Age Publishing Inc., 2005,
       301-11.


MEDD, W. and MARVIN, S.†

       Complexity and spatiality: regions, networks and fluids in sustainable water management: in
       Richardson, K. (ed.), Managing the complex: philosophy, theory and practice, Greenwich,
       CT, Information Age Publishing Inc., 2005, 493-504.

       Fat city: sewers, bodies and fat. Worldwatch Mag., 18(5), 2005, 10-14.

       From the politics of urgency to the governance of preparedness: a research agenda on urban
       vulnerability. J. Contingencies & Crisis Manage., 13(2), 2005, 44-9.


PANTZAR, M.† and SHOVE, E. editors

       Manufacturing leisure. pp. 270,
       http://www.kuluttajatutkimuskeskus.fi/files/4453/publications_2005_1_manufacturingleisure.pdf
       [online publication]. Helsinki, NCRC, 2005.


PANTZAR, M.†, SHOVE, E. and HAND, M.†

       Innovations in fun: the careers and carriers of digital photography and floorball: in
       Pantzar, M. and Shove, E. (eds.), Manufacturing leisure, Helsinki, NCRC, 2005, 214-35.


SAYER, A.

       Approaching moral economy: in Stehr, N., Henning, C. and Weiler, B. (eds.), The
       moralisation of the markets, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Transaction Books, 2005, 77-97.

       Class, worth and recognition. Sociol., 39(5), 2005, 947-63.

       The moral significance of class. pp. 247. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005.


SHOVE, E.

       Changing human behaviour and lifestyle: a challenge for sustainable consumption?: in
       Ropke, I. and Reisch, L. (eds.), Consumption – perspectives from ecological economics,
       Cheltenham, Elgar, 2005, 111-32.


SHOVE, E. and PANTZAR, M.†

       Consumers, producers and practices: understanding the invention and reinvention of Nordic
       Walking. J. Consumer Cult., 5(1), 2005, 43-64.

       Fossilisation. Ethnol. Eur.: J. Eur. Ethnol., 35(1-2), 2005, 59-63.
STACEY, J.

        Imitation of life: the politics of the new genetics in cinema: in Harper, G. and Moor, A.
        (eds.), Sign of life: cinema and medicine, London and New York, Wallflower Press and
        Columbia University Press, 2005, 153-65.

        Masculinity, masquerade and genetic disguise in ‘Gattaca’s’ double vision. Sign: J. Women,
        Cult. and Soc., 30(3), 2005, 1851-79.


SUCHMAN, L.

        Affiliative objects. Organ., 12(3), 2005, 379-99.


THEISEN, A.-M.†, SPODEN, N.†, VERLOO, M.† and WALBY, S.

        Beijing+10: progress made within the European Union. pp. 108. Report of the Luxembourg
        Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Luxembourg Presidency, Ministry of Equal
        Opportunities, Luxembourg, 2005, (also translated into French).


URRY, J. R.

        Beyond the science of society. Sociol. Res. Online, 10(2), 2005,
        http://www.socresonline.org.uk/10/2/urry.html [online publication].

        The complexities of the global. Complexity: special issue of Theory, Cult. & Soc., 22(5),
        2005, 235-54.

        The complexity turn. Complexity: special issue of Theory, Cult. & Soc., 22(5), 2005, 1-14.

        The ‘consuming’ of place. Discourse, Commun. & Tourism: special issue of Tourism & Cult.
        Change, 5, 2005, 19-27.

        Sociologie de mobilités: une nouvelle frontiére pour la sociologie?. pp. 251. Paris, Armand
        Colin, 2005.

        Les systèmes de la mobilité. Cah. Int. Sociol., CXVIII, 2006, 23-35.


URRY, J. R. editor

        Complexity: special issue of Theory, culture and society, 22(5), 2005, 1-270.


URRY, J. R. and LASH, S.†

        El final del turismo. BASA, 28, 2005, 30-5.


VAN VLIET, B.†, CHAPPELLS, H.† and SHOVE, E.

        Infrastructures of consumption: restructuring the utility industries. pp. 160. London,
        Earthscan, 2005.
WALBY, S.

       Gender and work in Europe: rethinking concepts and theories: in Lepperhoff, J., Satilmis, A.
       and Scheele, A. (eds.), Made in Europe. Geschlechterpolitische Beiträge zur Qualität von
       Arbeit, Germany, Westfälisches Dampfboot, 2005, 18-34.

       Gender mainstreaming: productive tensions in theory and practice. Soc. Polit., 12(3), 2005,
       1-25.

       Improving the statistics on violence against women. Stat. J. United Nations Econ.
       Commission Eur., 22, 2005, 3-4.

       Introduction: comparative gender mainstreaming in a global era. Int. Fem. J. Polit., 7(4),
       2005, 453-71.

       Measuring women’s progress in a global era. Int. Soc. Sci. J., 184(June), 2005, 371-87.

       Nation, gender and state: in Booth, S. and Tolz, V. (eds.), Nation and gender in contemporary
       Europe: exploring the east-west divide, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2005,
       10-23.

       The sociology of gender: in Calhoun, C., Rojek, C. and Turner, B. S. (eds.), Handbook of
       sociology, London, Sage, 2005, 367-80.


WALBY, S. editor


       Comparative gender mainstreaming: special issue of International feminist journal of
       politics, 7(4), 2005.

       Gender mainstreaming: special issue of Social politics, 12(3), 2005.


WATERTON, C.

       Scientists’ conceptions of the boundaries between their own research and policy. Sci. &
       Public Policy, 32(6), 2005, 435-44.


WATTS, L.

       Designing the future: fables from the mobile telecoms industry: in Glotz, P., Bertschi, S. and
       Locke, C. (eds.), Thumb culture: the meaning of mobile phones for society, Bielefeld,
       Transcript, 2005, 225-34.




DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE STUDIES


ASTON, E.

       ‘A licence to kill’: Caryl Churchill’s socialist-feminist ‘Ideas of nature’: in Giannachi, G. and
       Stewart, N. (eds.), Performing nature: explorations in ecology and the arts, Oxford, Peter
       Lang, 2005, 165-78.
ASTON, E. and HARRIS, G.

       [DVD] Performing words: women’s writing for performance. 40m 05s. AHRC, 2005.


GIANNACHI, G.† and STEWART, N. editors

       Performing nature: explorations in ecology and the arts. pp. 437. Berne, Peter Lang, 2005.


HARRIS, G.

       Turing: Test: doo-cot’s ‘Frankenstein the final blasphemy’: in Giannachi, G. and Stewart, N.
       (eds.), Performing nature: explorations in ecology and the arts, Berne, Peter Lang, 2005,
       133-46.


LAVERY, C.

       25 instructions for performance in cities. Stud. Theatre & Perf., 23(1), 2005, 229-38.

       The state of genet studies. Contemp. Theatre Rev., 15(4), 2005, 470-5.


STEWART, N.

       Dancing the time of space: fieldwork, phenomenology and nature’s choreography: in
       Giannachi, G. and Stewart, N. (eds.), Performing nature: explorations in ecology and the
       arts, Berne, Peter Lang, 2005, 363-76.

       Introduction: spectacle, world, environment, void: in Giannachi, G. and Stewart, N. (eds.),
       Performing nature: explorations in ecology and the arts, Berne, Peter Lang, 2005, 19-62.

       [choreography] Lune. Kate Mercer (dancer), Kirk Woolford (digital sceneography), Steph
       Sims (lighting), Nigel Stewart (soundscape), Arild Andersen (music): Hyperborean, FASS
       Research and Enterprise Fund (funding). First performance in the Nuffield Theatre,
       November 2005.

       Understanding understanding: phenomenological hermeneutics in Thomas Lehmen’s
       ‘Clever’: in Chaturvedi, R. (ed.), Ethnicity and identity: global performance, New Delhi,
       Rawat Publishers, 2005, 65-77.




INSTITUTE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES


LEWIS, G.

       Audre Lorde: vignettes and mental conversations. Fem. Rev., 80(July), 2005, 130-45.

       Feminist review: 25 years and beyond. Fem. Rev., 81(November), 2005, 5-11.

       Welcome to the margins: diversity, tolerance, and policies of exclusion. Ethnic & Racial
       Stud. (special issue), 28(3), 2005, 536-58.
LEWIS, G. and NEAL, S.

           Contemporary political contexts, changing terrains and revisited discourses. Ethnic & Racial
           Stud. (special issue), 28(3), 2005, 423-44.


LEWIS, G. and NEAL, S. editors

           Ethnic & racial studies(special issue), 28(3), 2005.


McNEIL, M.

           Body: in Bennett, T., Grossberg, L. and Morris, M. (eds.), New keywords: a revised
           vocabulary of culture and society, Oxford, Blackwell, 2005, 15-17.

           Human: in Bennett, T., Grossberg, L. and Morris, M. (eds.), New keywords: a revised
           vocabulary of culture and society, Oxford, Blackwell, 2005, 154-16.

           Introduction: postcolonial technoscience. Sci. Cult.: special issue Postcolonial Technosci.,
           14(2)(June), 2005, 105-12.

           Nature: in Bennett, T., Grossberg, L. and Morris, M. (eds.), New keywords: a revised
           vocabulary of culture and society, Oxford, Blackwell, 2005, 235-9.


McNEIL, M. and CASTANEDA, C.† editors

           Science as culture: special issue on postcolonial technoscience, 14(2)(June), 2005.




ASSOCIATED COLLEGE


EDGE HILL COLLEGE


ADAIR, A.†, BERRY, J.†, McGREAL, S.†, POON, J., HUTCHISON, N.†, WATKINS, C.† and
GIBB, K.†

           Investment performance within urban regeneration locations. J. Property Invest. & Finance,
           23(1), 2005, 7-21.


AIRS, J.

           What’s normal? Using drama to challenge the culture of violence in which children are
           reared: in Burrell, A. and Riley, J. (eds.), Promoting children's well-being in the primary
           years, Stafford, Network Educational Press Ltd, 2005, 111-116.


AIRS, J., WRIGHT, J., HARRIS, L.† and ADKINS, R.†

           The performing arts: in Jones, R. and Wyse, D. (eds.), Creativity in the primary curriculum,
           London, David Fulton Publishers, 2005, 96-113.
ASHTON, P. A.

       The effects of selection on a polyploid series ecological genetics: in Proceedings of the past
       present and future symposia: international botanical congress, Vienna, July 2005


BARTON, A.

       Fragile moralities and dangerous sexualities: two centuries of semi-penal institutionalisation
       for women. pp. 176. Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005.

       Reflections on the research process: ‘partial identification’ and the dilemmas of standpoint
       methodology: in Proceedings of the American society of criminology conference: locating
       the self in critical feminist research Panel, Toronto, Canada, November 2005.

       Semi-penal institutionalisation of women in 19th century Liverpool: in Proceedings of a
       conference on women and informal port economies, University of Liverpool and Merseyside
       Maritime Museum, Liverpool, June 2005.


BEAUMONT, P. H. L.

       A presentation about the fast forward course: in Proceedings of the Aim Higher north-west
       conference, Liverpool, 2005.


BEDFORD, A. P.

       Decomposition of Phragmites litter breakdown in seasonally flooded and exposed areas of a
       managed reedbed. Wetlands, 25(3), 2005, 713-20.


BEDFORD, A. P. and POWELL, I.

       Long-term changes in the invertebrates associated with the litter of Phragmites Australis in a
       managed reedbed. Hydrobiol., 549, 2005, 267-85.


BELL, B.

       Building a legacy? Euro 2005 and the impact on women’s football in North West England:
       in Proceedings of the EASM congress 2005: the power of sport, Newcastle, UK, September
       2005.

       Euro 2005 – football’s coming home? The impact of Euro 2005 on women’s football in the
       North West of England: in Proceedings of the leisure studies association conference, Napier
       University, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, July 2005.

       Evaluating programme impacts: champion coaching on Merseyside – pathways to
       opportunities?: in Hylton, K., Long, J. and Flintoff, A. (eds.), Evaluating sport and active
       leisure for young people, LSA Publication no 88 Eastbourne, Leisure Studies Publications,
       2005, 75-92.

       Festivals and events, beyond economic impacts: in Proceedings of the leisure studies
       association conference, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, July 2005.

       Soft legacy and hard evidence: the challenge of sports development evaluations of Euro 2005:
       in Proceedings of the international football foundation conference, University of Central
       Lancashire, Preston, UK, June 2005.
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