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Adorjani, Roland and Otner, Sarah (2022) Partisan divergence in political discourse in the UK Brexit referendum : consequences for culture and classification. In: 14th Annual Conference of the International Network of Analytical Sociologists (INAS); 26-27 May 2022, Florence, Italy. (Unpublished)

Aleshaiwi, Alia (2022) Household food waste : moral and social dimensions of the generation, rejection, and disposal of surplus food from family meals and domestic gatherings (a qualitative investigation). (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

Bennett, Robert J., Montebruno, Piero, van Lieshout, Carry and Smith, Harry (2022) Business entry and exit : career changes of proprietors in England and Wales 1851-81 using record-linkage. Social Science History, 46(2), pp. 255-289. ISSN (print) 0145-5532

Betancourt, Nathan, Jochem, Torsten and Otner, Sarah M. G. (2022) Standing on the shoulders of giants : how star scientists influence their co-authors. Research Policy, 52(1), p. 104624. ISSN (print) 0048-7333

Bullock, Josh, Lane, Justin E. and Shults, F. LeRon (2022) What causes COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy? Ignorance and the lack of bliss in the United Kingdom. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 9, p. 87. ISSN (online) 2662-9992

Carter, Elisabeth (2022) Forensic linguistics. In: Verschueren, Jef and Östman, Jan-Ola, (eds.) Handbook of pragmatics : manual. 2nd edition. Amsterdam, Netherlands : John Benjamins. pp. 572-586. ISSN (print) 1877-9611 ISBN 9789027211323

Cottington, David (2022) Radical art and the formation of the avant-garde. Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300166736 (In Press)

De Camargo, Camilla and Whiley, Lilith A. (2022) "There's always got to be a villain" : the police as 'dirty' key workers and the effects on occupational prestige. Policing and Society, 32(5), pp. 646-663. ISSN (print) 1043-9463

Dodsworth, Francis (2022) Security : history, genealogy, ideology. In: Gill, Martin, (ed.) Handbook of security. Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 19-38. ISBN 9783030917340

Farooq, Jawaria (2022) Understandings of dementia and alternative help-seeking methods amongst Christian and Muslim BAME groups : implications for care pathways. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

Fatehrad, Azadeh and Bednall, Anthony (2022) Fashioning the body : a celebration of the ordinary. In: Futurescan 5 : conscious communities; 07 - 08 Sep 2022, University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Hawkswood, Jennifer, Carter, Elisabeth and Brown, Keith (2022) Coercion and control in financial abuse : learning from domestic abuse. (Project Report) National Trading Standards : Scams Team. 31 p.

Herbert, David and Bullock, Josh (2022) The diversity of nonreligion : meaning-making, activism and towards a theory of nonreligious identity and group formation. In: Zwilling, Anne-Laure and Arsheim, Helge, (eds.) Nonreligion in late modern societies. Cham, Switzerland : Springer. (Boundaries of religious freedom : regulating religion in diverse societies) ISSN (print) 2214-5281 ISBN 9783030923945

Ichijo, Atsuko (2022) 'Overcoming modernity', overcoming what? : 'Modernity' in wartime Japan and its implication. The International Journal of Social Imaginaries, 1(1), pp. 107-128. ISSN (print) 2772-7858

Latimer, Amanda (2022) Situating Ruy Mauro Marini (1932-1997) : movements, struggles, and intellectual communities. In: Latimer, Amanda and Osorio, Jaime, (eds.) The dialectics of dependency. New York, U.S. : Monthly Review Press. pp. 21-105. ISBN 9781583679838

Marini, Ruy Mauro, Latimer, Amanda [Editor] and Osorio, Jaime [Editor] (2022) The dialectics of dependency. New York, U.S. : Monthly Review Press. 228p. ISSN (print) 9781583679838

Montague, Amy, Manitsa, Ifigeneia and Barlow-Brown, Fiona (2022) A qualitative insight into factors pertaining to alcohol consumption among young adult women during the COVID-19 outbreak. Emerging Adulthood, 10(2), pp. 511-518. ISSN (print) 2167-6968

Nancheva, Nevena (2022) Cleaners and labourers on Facebook? Bulgarians in the UK between free movers and a digital diaspora. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 48(13), pp. 3221-3239. ISSN (print) 1369-183X

O'Dwyer, Emma, Silva Souza, Luiz Gustavo and Beascoechea-Seguí, Neus (2022) Rehearsing post-Covid-19 citizenship : social representations of UK Covid-19 mutual aid. British Journal of Social Psychology, ISSN (print) 0144-6665 (Epub Ahead of Print)

O'Dwyer, Emma, Beascoechea-Seguí, Neus and Souza, Luiz Gustavo Silva (2022) The amplifying effect of perceived group politicization : effects of group perceptions and identification on anxiety and coping self-efficacy among members of UK COVID-19 mutual aid groups. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 32(3), pp. 423-437. ISSN (print) 1052-9284

Ortega, Javier and Verdugo, Gregory (2022) Who stays and who leaves? Immigration and the selection of natives across locations. Journal of Economic Geography, 22(2), pp. 221-260. ISSN (print) 1468-2702

Ortega Diego, Javier and Verdugo, Gregory (2022) Corrigendum to: Who stays and who leaves? Immigration and the selection of natives across locations. Journal of Economic Geography, 22(2), p. 261. ISSN (print) 1468-2702

Otner, Sarah (2022) Grant-giving governance : do near-winners make better judges? In: The Conference on Field Experiments in Strategy (CFXS); 15-16 Sep 2022, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Paliokosta, Paty, Nash-Patel, Theresa, Morrow, Elizabeth, Ooms, Ann, O’Donoghue, Bern, Bassett, Jame and Millar, Joanna (2022) Transforming the curriculum through a narrative of activism : a constructive evaluation of the Fighting For Our Rights educational resources. (Project Report) Kingston upon Thames, U.K. : Kingston University & Kingston Centre for Independent Living. 139 p.

Peggs, Kay (2022) McVeg*n : a critical analysis of vegetarianism, business ethics and animals as food. In: Thomas, Natalie, (ed.) Animals and business ethics. Houndsmills, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 157-177. (The Palgrave Macmillan Animal Ethics Series (PMAES)) ISBN 9783030971410

Ranta, Ronald, Mulrooney, Hilda, Nancheva, Nevena and Bhakta, Dee (2022) Rethinking food banks : how crises are recasting food aid in the UK. News & Opinion,

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Can nuclear cultural heritage be subversive? Insights from the fieldwork in Russian atomic heritage sites. In: Environmental History Research Seminar; 28 Sept 2022, Dublin, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Capturing Chernobyl. In: British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) Annual Conference 2022; 08-10 Apr 2022, Cambridge, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Cybernetic futures : predictive knowledge and governance across the iron curtain. In: Die Zukunft gestalten? Zukunftsforschung und Geschichtswissenschaften; 04 Nov 2022, Bern, Switzerland. (Unpublished)

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Ingrown infrastructures. A Shade Colder(3),

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Kondrat’ev’s thought about economic planning, cycles and predictability. In: Socialist Futures; 25-26 May 2022, Fiesole, Italy. (Unpublished)

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Orchestrating nuclear futures : lessons from the history of scientific prediction. In: Remembering the past in the future : building awareness of radioactive waste repositories together; 22-24 Nov 2022, Dessel, Belgium. (Unpublished)

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) The will to predict : the history of scientific prediction in planning and management. In: Pan-European Economic Spaces in the Cold War; 09-11 Jun 2022, Geneva, Switzerland. (Unpublished)

Rindzevičiūtė, Eglė (2022) AI, a wicked problem for cultural policy? Pre-empting controversy and the crisis of cultural participation. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 28, pp. 829-844. ISSN (print) 1028-6632

Rindzevičiūtė, Eglė (2022) Scientific prediction in the 20th century : mapping ideas, institutions and practices across the Cold War divide. In: Centre for Modern History Futures Series; 26 Oct 2022, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Simsek, Dogus (2022) What makes a place a home? Syrian refugees' narratives on belonging in Turkey. In: Mayer, Tamar and Tran, Trinh, (eds.) Displacement, belonging, and migrant agency in the face of power. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 225-237. ISBN 9780367772932

Swallow, Paul and Tong, Stephen (2022) The impact of Brexit on European police cooperation for British policing agencies. In: 22nd Annual Conference Of The European Society Of Criminology; 21-24 Sep 2022, Malaga, Spain. (Unpublished)

Tong, Stephen and Clayman, Steve (2022) Direct entry detective training : challenges and opportunities. In: CCPR annual conference: time for change? Reflections on the strategic review of policing in England and Wales; 13-14 Sep 2022, Canterbury, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Unsworth, Carolyn, Dickerson, Anne, Gélinas, Isabelle, Harries, Priscilla, Margot-Cattin, Isabel, Mazer, Barbara, Stapleton, Tadhg, Swanepoel, Lizette, Timmer, Amanda, Van Niekerk, Lana and Vrkljan, Brenda (2022) Linking people and activities through community mobility : an international comparison of the mobility patterns of older drivers and non-drivers. Ageing & Society, 42(8), pp. 1938-1963. ISSN (print) 0144-686X

Zara, Georgia, Theobald, Delphine and Farrington, David P. (2022) Characteristics of women who perpetrate intimate partner violence against their male partners. Psicologia Sociale, 2022(2), pp. 155-181. ISSN (print) 1827-2517

Zara, Georgia, Theobald, Delphine, Veggi, Sara, Freilone, Franco, Biondi, Eleonora, Mattutino, Grazia and Gino, Sarah (2022) Violence against prostitutes and non-prostitutes : an analysis of frequency, variety and severity. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37(15-16), NP13398-NP13424. ISSN (print) 0886-2605

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