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Symmetry and asymmetry in working and commuting arrangements between partners in the Netherlands : does the residential context matter?
(2009-09) - Journal article
Time spent on work and commuting within dual-earner households is often analysed separately for individuals, but this does no justice to the reality of dual-earner households where decisions on work and commuting are made ...
Behavioural responses to neighbourhood reputations
(2007-06) - Journal article
Most research on the effect of neighbourhood reputations focuses on the influence on attitudes and behaviour of non-residents. Much less attention is paid to the possible effects of a poor neighbourhood reputation on ...
Can methods applied in medicine be used to summarize and disseminate conservation research?
(2004-09) - Journal article
To ensure that the best scientific evidence is available to guide conservation action, effective mechanisms for communicating the results of research are necessary. In medicine, an evidence-based approach assists doctors ...
Peat initiation in the Faroe Islands : climate change, pedogenesis or human impact?
(2007-03) - Journal article
As an isolated island group lying off the NW. European mainland which was uninhabited until the mid-first millennium AD, the Farces offer a unique opportunity to study natural processes of Holocene ecosystem development ...
Same neighbourhood ... different views? A confrontation of internal and external neighbourhood reputations
(2008-10-27) - Journal article
Residents and non-residents are likely to think differently about a neighbourhood's reputation. Relatively little is known about the similarities and differences between these internal and external types of neighbourhood ...
Unwilling or unable? Spatial and socio-economic restrictions on females' labour market access
(2006-05) - Journal article
The effects of regional structures on both females' willingness to work and the probability of being employed for those willing to work are analysed. Special permission was granted to link regional data to individual ...
Rapid primary productivity changes in one of the last coastal rainforests : the case of Kahua, Solomon Islands
(2009-09) - Journal article
The growth of human populations has many direct and indirect impacts on tropical forest ecosystems both locally and globally. This is particularly true in the Solon-ion Islands, where coastal rainforest cover still remains, ...
Regulating Scotland's social landlords : localised resistance to technologies of performance management
(2009-03) - Journal article
Influenced by Foucault's later work on governmentality, this paper explores the regulation of social landlords as a 'technology of performance' concerned with governing the conduct of dispersed welfare agencies and the ...
Transforming Scotland’s public sector housing through community ownership : the reterritorialisation of housing governance?
(2008-08) - Journal article
In recent decades, UK public-sector housing has increasingly been problematised, with government solutions focusing on modernising the sector by transferring ownership of the housing from the public to the voluntary sector ...
Suicide gap among young adults in Scotland: a population study
(2005-01-22) - Journal article