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  • Pain and social context: social, contextual and environmental factors in the perception of acute pain

    Williams, David
    A number of factors have been identified as generally reliable predictors of individual\ud differences in responses to acute pain (e. g. sex, personality traits and cultural affiliation).\ud These factors constitute relatively stable, long-term characteristics of an individual.\ud However, there is also significant within-individual variation in response to acute pain,\ud suggesting that factors other than individual characteristics also influence pain response.\ud It is known that affective-...

    The role of peer physical activity champions in the workplace: a qualitative study

    Edmunds, S.; Clow, A. (2016)
    Aims: Peer health champions are suggested as an important component of multilevel workplace interventions to promote healthy behaviours such as physical activity. There is accumulating quantitative evidence of their effectiveness but as yet little exploration of why and how champions influence the behaviour of their peers. The current study explores the role of peer physical activity champions (PPACs) in influencing colleagues’ physical activity behaviour from the perspectives of both champio...

    Changing narratives? Shifting discursive conceptualisations of post-conflict peace-building

    Randazzo, Elisa
    This thesis assesses the rationale behind the shifts, ruptures and paradigm changes within the scholarship on peace-building. In particular, the thesis is concerned with examining if, and how, these shifts have significantly altered the manner in which the foundational elements of thinking about peace-building have changed beyond the ‘liberal peace-building’ paradigm. To do so, the thesis engages with the logic of critique that has led to the emergence of different theoretical approaches to p...

    New East Manchester: urban renaissance or urban opportunism?

    Mace, Alan; Hall, Peter; Gallent, Nick
    In this paper we ask how a shrinking city responds when faced with a\ud perforated urban fabric. Drawing on Manchester’s response to its perforated eastern\ud flank - and informed by a parallel study of Leipzig - we use the city’s current\ud approach to critique urban regeneration policy in England. Urban renaissance holds\ud out the promise of delivering more sustainable - that is more compact, more inclusive\ud and more equitable - cities. However, the Manchester study demonstrated that the...
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