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  • Triplet energies of pi-conjugated polymers.

    Using pulse radiolysis and triplet energy transfer has enabled us to measure the triplet energies in a broad range of different pi -conjugated polymers. In all eases we find that the 1(3)B(u) is Of order 0.6 to 1 eV below the 1 B-1(u), indicative of localized triplet states with strong electron-electron correlation. We also observe that the 1(1)A(g)-1(3)B(u), gap decreases linearly as the I(1)A(g)-1(1)B(u) gap decreases even though polymers with very different structur...

    Business support for social enterprises : findings from a longitudinal study.

    Social Enterprises (SEs) operate in almost every industry in the UK, from health and social care to renewable energy, from retail to recycling, from employment to sport, from housing to education. Amongst the most well known examples are Traidcraft, the Eden Project, Big Issue and Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurants, but these represent only a small fraction of the sector. As with all businesses, SEs compete to deliver goods and services but profits are reinvested for social or ...

    Exploring the robustness of set theoretic findings from a large n fsQCA : an illustration from the sociology of education.

    Ragin’s Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) is often used with small to medium samples where the researcher has good case knowledge. Employing it to analyse large survey datasets, without in-depth case knowledge, raises new challenges. We present ways of addressing these challenges. We first report a single QCA result from a configurational analysis of the British National Child Development Study dataset (highest educational qualification as a set theoretic function of social class, sex an...

    Cash versus services : 'worlds of welfare' and the decommodification of cash benefits and health care services.

    Bambra, C. (2005)
    Welfare state models have focused almost exclusively on the study of cash benefits, and typologies established on this limited basis have been used to generalise about all forms of welfare state provision. This ignores the fact that welfare states are also about the actual delivery of services and/or that countries vary in terms of the relative emphasis that they place upon cash benefits and welfare state services. This article explores the cash and services mix in, and between, welfare state...
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