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  • A life sentence in installments: a qualitative analysis of repeat offending among short-sentenced offenders

    Short sentenced (less than 12 months) offenders in the UK consistently account for the greatest number of discharges from prison and demonstrate the highest risk and rate of reoffending. Moreover, until recent changes in UK legislation in 2015, individuals serving short sentences were released into the community with little support post-release. The current study presents an exploration of (re)offending in individuals who have already served multiple short sentences in custody and aims to und...

    Understanding best practices in control engineering education using the concept of TPACK

    This study aimed to design an integrated pedagogical approach to advance introductory Process Control Engineering Education through the application of the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework, and evaluating its impact on student learning. The research is initially being undertaken at Nottingham Trent University, UK but we will next adapt it to a case study in Libya. This paper aims to strengthen the teaching of introductory Process Control by using appropriate approa...

    The East Midlands in 2010: introduction

    The East Midlands in 2010 is the updated evidence base that supports the regional economic strategy, A Flourishing Region. It presents a statistical portrait of the region covering demography, housing, economy & productivity, the labour market, deprivation & economic inclusion, transport, infrastructure & development, the environment and the spatial structure of the economy along with a series of sub-regional profiles. This document is the introduction.

    From iron rice bowl to the world's biggest sweatshop: globalization, institutional constraints, and the rights of Chinese workers

    This article discusses how China's institutional constraints combine with its integration into the global economy to suppress its workers' rights. The rapid expansion of China's market economy is the consequence of the government's active embrace of global capitalism and global capitalists' ongoing search for new markets and lower production costs. China's traditional socialist labor relationships collapsed as a result of state-owned enterprise (SOE) reform and the emergence of private enterp...
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