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Number of items at this level: 33.

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Allman, KL and Udagedara, RMUS (2019) Organisational Dynamics and Adoption of Innovation: A Study within the Software Firms in Sri Lanka. Journal of Small Business Management, 57 (2). pp. 450-475.

B

Bello, Moshood Adeniji ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4080-4121 (2019) Entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa: an exploratory study of entrepreneurial opportunities identification among early-stage small business owners in Nigeria. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Brannan, MJ (2015) "You're not going anywhere" Employee Retention, Symbolic Violence and the Experience of Participation and the Structuring of Subordination in a UK-based Call Centre. The Sociological Review, 63 (4). pp. 801-819.

Brannan, MJ, Parsons, E and Priola, V (2015) Brands at Work: The Search for Meaning in Mundane Work. Organization Studies, 36 (1). 29 - 53.

Brannan, MJ and Priola, V (2009) Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Exploring Women's Experience of Participation and Progress in ManagerialCareers. Equal Opportunities International, 28 (5). 378 -397.

Brannan, MJ and Priola, V (2009) 'Girls Who Do Boys Like They're Girls'? Exploring the Role of Gender in the Junior Management of Contemporary Service Work. Gender, Work and Organization, 19 (2). 119 -141.

Brannan, MJ and Russell, S (2016) Deregulation is so nineteen eighties, we’re into ‘better regulation’ now: Exploring the unintended consequences of self-regulation through enterprise in the Passive Fire Protection industry. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 5 (3).

Brannan, MJ and Russell, S (2016) "Deregulation is so nineteen eighties, we’re into ‘better regulation’ now”: Exploring the unintended consequences of self-regulation through enterprise in the Passive Fire Protection industry. Journal of Organisational Ethnography, 5 (3). pp. 287-303.

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Cao, X ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9392-2554 (2016) Book Review China at Work: A labour process perspective on the transformation of work and employment in China. Industrial Relations Journal, 47 (4). pp. 397-399.

Carrigan, M, Lazell, J, Bosangit, C and Magrizos, S (2017) Burgers for tourists who give a damn! Driving disruptive social change upstream and downstream in the tourist food supply chain. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 25 (11). 1563 - 1582.

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Duberley, J, Carrigan, M, Ferreira, J and Bosangit, C (2017) Diamonds are a girl's best friend...?: Examining gender and careers in the jewellery industry. Organization, 24 (3). 355 -376.

E

Eadson, W and Foden, M (2019) State, community community and the negotiated construction of energy markets: Community energy policy in England. Geoforum, 100. 21 -31.

Ekara Helfaya, AN and Kotb, A (2018) Qur’anic ethics for environmental responsibility: implications for business practice. Journal of Business Ethics, 150 (4). pp. 1105-1128.

Ekara Helfaya, AN and Whittington, M (2019) Does designing environmental disclosure quality measures make a difference? Business Strategy and the Environment, 28 (4). pp. 525-541.

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Favretto, N, Stringer, LC, Dougill, AJ, Afionis, S and Quinn, CH (2018) Links between Climate Change Mitigation, Adaptation and Development in Land Policy and Ecosystem Restoration Projects: Lessons from South Africa. Sustainability, 10 (3). 1 - 19.

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Hallaire, Juliette (2015) Constructing Maritime Geographies: The Pragmatic Mobility of Senegalese Fishermen. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Hamilton, LA and McCabe, D (2016) ‘It’s Just a Job’: understanding emotion work, de-animalization and the compartmentalization of organized animal slaughter. Organization: the critical journal of organization, theory and society, 23 (3). pp. 330-350.

Hamilton, LA and McCabe, D (2015) The Kill Programme: an ethnographic study of the Dirty Work of meat inspectors in a slaughterhouse. New Technology, Work and Employment, 30 (2). pp. 95-108.

Hamilton, LA and Mitchell, L (2018) Knocking on the door of Human-Animal Studies: the value of work in interdisciplinary perspective. Society and Animals, 26 (4). pp. 347-366.

Hamilton, LA, Sang, K and Sayers, J (2019) Organizing animals: Species, gender and power at work. Gender, Work and Organization, 26 (3). pp. 239-245.

Hanks, Andrew (2016) Union representation under restructuring and austerity: The case of Unite in the Ministry of Defence. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Hopfl, H and Brannan, MJ (2016) Introduction to 'A Gendered Perspective on Learning to Labour'. Culture and Organization, 23 (2). pp. 85-94.

Hopfl, H, Hamilton, LA and Brannan, MJ (2016) Introduction to 'A Gendered Perspective on Learning to Labour'. Culture and Organisation, 23 (2). pp. 85-94.

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Kallis, A ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6711-1969 (2019) ‘Minimum dwelling’ all'italiana: from the case popolari to the 1929 ‘model houses’ of Garbatella. Journal of Urban History.

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Mansour, H, Heath, G and Brannan, MJ (2015) Exploring the Role of HR Practitioners in Pursuit of Organizational Effectiveness in Higher Education Institutions. The Journal of Change Management, 15 (3). pp. 210-230.

Mather, KP and Seifert, R (2016) Police pay-contested and contestable: Police Pay. Industrial Relations Journal, 47 (3). 204 - 219.

Moolna, A and Thompson, BS (2018) The Blue Economy approach for sustainability in Seychelles & East Africa. Keele University Institute for Sustainable Futures Discussion Paper 1. Discussion Paper. Keele University, Keele.

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Peacock, A and Pemberton, S (2019) The paradox of mobility for older people in the rural-urban fringe. Journal of Rural Studies, 70. 9 -18.

Pemberton, S and Enright, B (2016) Strategies and tactics for local market making in the Temporary Staffing Industry. Geoforum, 74. pp. 9-18.

Piga, CAG, Alderighi, M and Nicolini, M (2016) Targeting leisure and business passengers with unsegmented pricing. Tourism Management, 54. pp. 502-512.

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Reeves, Hannah Jane (2018) An exploration of the ‘railway family’: 1900 - 1948. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

S

Sousounis, P and Lanot, G (2018) Social Networks and Unemployment Exit in Great Britain. International Journal of Social Economics, 45 (8). 1205 -1226.

W

Wang, H and Huang, Q (2019) The dark side of feeling trusted for hospitality employees: An investigation in two service contexts. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 76 (Part A). 122 -131.

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