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Social Solidarity Economy and village-centric development in North-West Cameroon
Che, Charles Fonchingong and Mbah, Marcellus 2021. Social Solidarity Economy and village-centric development in North-West Cameroon. The International Journal of Community and Social Development. https://doi.org/10.1177/25166026211015474
Knowledge is made for cutting – An introduction
Jaworski, Katrina and Marsh, Ian 2020. Knowledge is made for cutting – An introduction. Social Epistemology. 34 (6), pp. 527-532. https://doi.org/10.1080/02691728.2020.1725924
Linguaculture, cultural travel, native-speakerism and small culture formation on the go: working up from instances
Holliday, A. 2021. Linguaculture, cultural travel, native-speakerism and small culture formation on the go: working up from instances. in: Rubdy, R, Tupas, R & Saraceni, M (ed.) Bloomsbury world Englishes, volume II, Ideologies London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 101-113
Recovering unrecognised deCentred experience
Holliday, A. 2021. Recovering unrecognised deCentred experience. in: Kumar, M & Welikala, T. (ed.) Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: The Context of Being, Interculturality and New Knowledge Systems Bingley Emerald. pp. 185–195
Uptake of, attitudes to and experiences of robotic assistive technology in health professionals, parents and carers of children and young adults with neurodisabilities: a protocol for a systematic review
Smith, R., Apps, J. and Hatzidimitriadou, E. 2021. Uptake of, attitudes to and experiences of robotic assistive technology in health professionals, parents and carers of children and young adults with neurodisabilities: a protocol for a systematic review. National Institute for Health Research.