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  • "I didn't sign up for this!" : Informed consent in social network research 

    Hutton, Luke; Henderson, Tristan (2015-05-26) - Conference item
    The issue of whether, and how, to obtain informed consent for research studies that use social network data has recently come to the fore in some controversial cases. Determining how to acquire valid consent that meets the ...
  • I know who I am, but who do they think I am? Muslim perspectives on encounters with airport authorities. 

    Blackwood, Leda Moore; Hopkins, Nick; Reicher, Stephen David (2013) - Journal article
    In this paper we report an analysis of individual and group interviews with thirty-eight Scottish Muslims concerning their encounters with authority – especially those at airports. Our analysis shows that a key theme in ...
  • I will if you will : towards sustainable consumption 

    Sustainable Consumption Roundtable (Great Britain) (Sustainable Development Commission, 2006-05) - Report
    The Sustainable Consumption Roundtable (Great Britain), a joint initiative between the National Consumer Council and the Sustainable Development Commission, explored the challenge of UK consumption rates which, if reproduced ...
  • I will if you will : towards sustainable consumption : a summary 

    Sustainable Consumption Roundtable (Great Britain) (Sustainable Development Commission, 2006-05) - Report
    Summary of the final report of the Sustainable Consumption Roundtable (Great Britain) sets out how a significant shift towards more sustainable lifestyles is possible and positive.
  • Ian Fraser: theology and ecumenism 

    Duffy, Tim (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2013-06-01) - Journal article
    Tim Duffy places the work of Ian Fraser in the context of Presbyterian culture, and more particularly as part of an influential network within the Church of Scotland in the 1950s and 1960s. The article also touches on ...
  • Ice shelves as floating channel flows of viscous power-law fluids 

    Banik, I.; Dauparas, J. (2016-11-04) - Journal article
    We explain the force balance in flowing marine ice sheets and the ice shelves they often feed. Treating ice as a viscous shear-thinning power law fluid, we develop an asymptotic (late-time) theory in two cases: the presence ...
  • ICEApl1, an integrative conjugative element related to ICEHin1056, identified in the pig pathogen Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae 

    Bosse, Janine T.; Li, Yanwen; Crespo, Roberto Fernandez; Chaudhuri, Roy R.; Rogers, Jon; Holden, Matthew T. G.; Maskell, Duncan J.; Tucker, Alexander W.; Wren, Brendan W.; Rycroft, Andrew N.; Langford, Paul R.; BRaDP1T Consortium (2016-06-15) - Journal article
    ICEApl1 was identified in the whole genome sequence of MIDG2331, a tetracycline resistant (MIC = 8 mg/L) serovar 8 clinical isolate of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, the causative agent of porcine pleuropneumonia. PCR ...
  • Icelandic herring-eating killer whales feed at night 

    Gaëtan, Richard; Filatova, Olga Alexandrovna; Samarra, Filipa Isabel Pereira; Fedutin, Ivan D.; Lammers, Marc; Miller, Patrick (2017-02) - Journal article
    Herring-eating killer whales debilitate herring with underwater tail slaps and likely herd herring into tighter schools using a feeding-specific low-frequency pulsed call (‘herding’ call). Feeding on herring may be dependent ...
  • Iconic gesturing in bonobos 

    Genty, E.; Zuberbühler, K. (2015) - Journal article
    We comment on a recent behavioral study in which we describe a human-like beckoning gesture in 2 groups of bonobos, used in combination with sexual solicitation postures. The beckoning gesture fulfils key criteria of deixis ...
  • The iconography of St John the Baptist in medieval England, c. 1300-1550 

    Kaper, Annamieke (University of St Andrews, 2016-12-01) - Thesis
    This thesis shows the importance of St John the Baptist in medieval England, especially in relation to the veneration of him through imagery. Noticeably absent from modern academic work, St John was a highly important ...
  • Icosahedral metallacarborane/carborane species derived from 1,1[prime or minute]-bis(o-carborane) 

    Thiripuranathar, Gobika; Man, Wing Y.; Palmero, Cesar; Chan, Antony P. Y.; Leube, Bernhard T.; Ellis, David; McKay, David; Macgregor, Stuart A.; Jourdan, Laure; Rosair, Georgina M.; Welch, Alan J. (2015-03-28) - Journal article
    Examples of singly-metallated derivatives of 1,1[prime or minute]-bis(o-carborane) have been prepared and spectroscopically and structurally characterised. Metallation of [7-(1[prime or minute]-1[prime or minute],2[prime ...
  • The idea of Christian chivalry in the chronicles of the Teutonic Order 

    Fischer, Mary Christie (University of St Andrews, 1984) - Thesis
    This thesis has as its subject matter the chronicles written by members of the Teutonic Order to describe and Justify the crusades undertaken by the Order in Prussia and Lithuania in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. ...
  • The Idea of Sacrum in Polish Art of the 1980s 

    Gralinska-Toborek, Agnieszka. (School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 2003) - Journal article
    Polish art of the 1980s was in a period of transition from modernism to postmodernism. Theoretical debates and disputes concerning both of these terms and their interrelations are still going on. However, the goal of ...
  • Ideal binocular disparity detectors learned using independent subspace analysis on binocular natural image pairs 

    Hunter, David William; Hibbard, Paul Barry (2016-03-16) - Journal article
    An influential theory of mammalian vision, known as the efficient coding hypothesis, holds that early stages in the visual cortex attempts to form an efficient coding of ecologically valid stimuli. Although numerous authors ...
  • The ideal role of women in Plato's and Aristotle's societies 

    Jawin, Alixandra (University of St Andrews, 2012-06-19) - Thesis
    This dissertation analyzes Plato’s and Aristotle’s conception of women’s proper role in the state. The first chapter demonstrates that due to Plato’s belief that the soul is sexless it is impossible to determine one’s ...
  • Ideals and finiteness conditions for subsemigroups 

    Gray, Robert Duncan; Maltcev, Victor; Mitchell, James David; Ruskuc, N. (2014) - Journal article
    In this paper we consider a number of finiteness conditions for semigroups related to their ideal structure, and ask whether such conditions are preserved by sub- or supersemigroups with finite Rees or Green index. Specific ...
  • Ideals, reasons, and the second person 

    Grahle, André (University of St Andrews, 2014) - Thesis
    The aim of this thesis is to shed light on important aspects of the role ideals play in practical reasoning. In the first chapter an account of ideals as conceptions of admirable ways of being (a true friend, a great ...
  • Idempotent rank in the endomorphism monoid of a non-uniform partition 

    Dolinka, Igor; East, James; Mitchell, James D. (2016-02) - Journal article
    We calculate the rank and idempotent rank of the semigroup E(X,P) generated by the idempotents of the semigroup T(X,P), which consists of all transformations of the finite set X preserving a non-uniform partition P. We ...
  • Identification and characterisation of a hyper-variable apoplastic effector gene family of the potato cyst nematodes 

    Eves-van den Akker, Sebastian; Lilley, Catherine J.; Jones, John T.; Urwin, Peter E. (2014-09-25) - Journal article
    Sedentary endoparasitic nematodes are obligate biotrophs that modify host root tissues, using a suite of effector proteins to create and maintain a feeding site that is their sole source of nutrition. Using assumptions ...
  • The identification and characterisation of the North Atlantic Heinrich Events using environmental magnetic techniques 

    Wadsworth, Emilie R. (University of St Andrews, 2006) - Thesis
    Heinrich Events (HEs) define intervals of major ice rafting from the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS) into the North Atlantic during that last glacial period. The discovery of potential European-sourced precursors to HEs suggest ...