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Taylor & Francis Group

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Report

9 Jul 2014

In the first few months of 2014 Taylor & Francis carried out a worldwide survey, with the aim of exploring journal authors’ views on open access.

Having previously conducted a survey on open access in 2013, we have been able to see how authors’...

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Report

9 Jul 2014

In the first few months of 2014 Taylor & Francis carried out a worldwide survey, with the aim of exploring journal authors’ views on open access.

Having previously conducted a survey on open access in 2013, we have been able to see how authors’...

Report

16 Mar 2013

Open access publishing is on the rise and the way in which research is published is rapidly evolving. Given this changing landscape, Taylor & Francis surveyed authors’ views on open access in late 2012 and into 2013, gathering opinions from 14,700 authors across the world...

Book

21 Dec 2006

There is a growing body of work examining the ‘consequences’, or more accurately the inter-relationships between information and communications technologies (ICTs) and society at the microsocial (individual, household) level. The vast majority of this work has so far been focused on the US and the...

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Journal article

30 Jul 2015

Abstract: A little more than a decade after independence, the small island state of East Timor is exhibiting the hallmarks of a neo-patrimonialist state. Since 2008, utilizing its considerable oil reserves, the government has embarked on a major infrastructure development program. However, despite a...

Journal article

27 May 2015

This paper examines how Foucault's (1979) concept of the panopticon coexists in a dyadic relationship of social control with the system of the contemporary mass media – the “synopticon” (Mathiesen, 1997), and the relevance and significance of this dyad of social control to public health....

Journal article

4 Aug 2014

This paper provides commentary on Bailey et al.’s paper entitled ‘ Plant closures and taskforce responses: an analysis of the impact of and policy response to MG Rover in Birmingham ’ (2014). The paper argues that this contribution needs to be placed alongside other works...

Journal article

10 Jun 2014

Older age is often associated with asexuality. That is, older individuals are not viewed as desiring of sex, nor as sexually desirable to others. Broader social and cultural norms that downplay women's sexual desire and agency further compound these phenomena. Whether this popular image accurately...

Journal article

1 May 2013

Abstract: Visions about the use of nanotechnologies in the city, including in the design and construction of built environments, suggest that these technologies could be critically important for solving urban sustainability problems. We argue that such visions often overlook two critical and interrelated elements....