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Does the Police use of social media assist to increase community confidence in the use of stop and search as a policing tactic?
Stubbs, P. 2021. Does the Police use of social media assist to increase community confidence in the use of stop and search as a policing tactic? Masters Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Law, Policing and Social Sciences
The mothers’ stories; representations of authenticity, authority, agency and autonomy
Hayley Edwardson 2021. The mothers’ stories; representations of authenticity, authority, agency and autonomy. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Teacher Education
What is “inspiration porn” on social media and how does it effect [sic] deaf people and communities?
Beels, A. 2022. What is “inspiration porn” on social media and how does it effect [sic] deaf people and communities? Masters Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Creative Arts and Industries
Loci
Overall, S. 2021. Loci. Margate, Kent 25 Sep - 10 Oct 2021
#DistanceDrift: a case Study in method
Overall, S. 2023. #DistanceDrift: a case Study in method. in: Caraher, W. and Kiddey, R. (ed.) Archaeology as Festival: Virtual wanderings through festivalCHAT during Covid-19 BAR Publishing. pp. 25-34