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  • How should we measure addiction recovery? Analysis of service provider perspectives using online Delphi groups

    Neale, Joanne; Finch, Emily; Marsden, John; Mitcheson, Luke; Rose, Diana; Strang, John; Tompkins, Charlotte; Wheeler, Carly; Wykes, Til (2014)
    Aims: To explore ways of measuring addiction recovery and the extent of agreement/disagreement between diverse service providers on potential recovery indicators. Methods: Separate online Delphi groups with (i) addiction psychiatrists (n=10); (ii) senior residential rehabilitation staff (n=9); and (iii) senior inpatient detoxification unit staff (n=6). Each group was conducted by email and followed the same structured format involving three iterative rounds of data collection. Content analyse...

    Social Partners and the Welfare State:Recalibration, Privatization or Collectivization of Social Risks?

    Johnston, Alison; Kornelakis, Andreas; Rodriguez d'Acri, Costanza (2011)
    What has been the extent of welfare state retrenchment? One strand of the comparative political economy literature argues that welfare states have not undergone outright retrenchment, but recalibration. Another strand identifies a shift towards the privatization of risks and increased reliance on the market. Our article seeks to contribute to these debates with an alternative argument: collectivization of social risks. We employ a method of contextualized comparisons, examining three cases of...

    Overlapping neurocognitive inefficiencies in anorexia nervosa:a preliminary investigation of women with both poor set-shifting and weak central coherence

    Roberts, Marion E.; Tchanturia, Kate; Treasure, Janet (2016)
    Preliminary analysis from this manuscript was presented at the Australian and New Zealand Eating Disorders Conference 2015 (Surfers Paradise, Australia). The abstract for the oral presentation has been published (doi: 10.1186/2050-2974-3-S1-O67).

    Selective Enforcement of Land Regulations:Why Large-scale Violators Succeeded

    Sun, Xin (2015)
    Despite the government’s decades-long enforcement efforts, violations of land laws and regulations remain a serious problem in China. Local governments have often been blamed. This article identifies a previously overlooked reason for large-scale violations, by examining the enforcement behavior of the central government. It argues that the government enforces land regulations selectively, depending on the violators’ political status. The article focuses on the national policy prohibiting new...

    The Meaning of Things:Kipling’s Formative Journey “Home” in 1889 and the Late Victorian Imperial Tour

    Bubb, Alexander (2016)
    The ‘seven years’ hard’ Rudyard Kipling spent as a journalist in north India are generally seen as the making of both his poetic and his politics. But, important as origin, community, identity and ‘my father’s house’ are to Kipling, he should also be seen as a wayfarer of no fixed abode. In 1889 he used his first royalties to return to metropolitan fame by the long way round: Burma, the Straits, Japan, the Pacific and a transcontinental journey past landmarks of his Americanophile boyhood rea...
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