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Bailey, CJ (2019) Assessing President Obama's Climate Change Record. Environmental Politics, 28 (5). pp. 847-865.

Balmer, Adam Lee (2019) The consciousness science paradox. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Catney, P and Henneberry, J ORCID: (2019) Change in the Political Economy of Land Value Capture in England. Town Planning Review, 90 (4). pp. 339-358.


D'Oro, G ORCID: (2019) On an Imaginary Dialogue between a Causalist and an Anti-Causalist. In: Explanation in Action Theory and Historiography: Causal and Teleological Approaches. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 97-111.

D'Oro, G ORCID:, Giladi, P and Papazoglou, A (2019) Non-Redcuctivism and the Metaphilosophy of Mind. Inquiry, 62 (5). pp. 477-503.


El Sayed, Moaz (2019) Intra-Sunni contestations in contemporary Lebanon: A framing-theory approach to the analysis of political divides within Lebanon’s Sunni demographic (2005-2016). Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Gerosideris, Charis (2019) Perceptions of climate change as a security issue in the case of Greece: an application of Q-methodology in security studies. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Giraud, EHS, Hadley Kershaw, E, Helliwell, R and Hollin, G (2019) Abundance in the Anthropocene. Sociological Review, 67 (2). pp. 357-373.

Gokay, B (2019) Communist Party of Turkey: An Instrument of 'Soviet Eastern Policy'? In: Communist Parties in the Middle East: A Century of History. Routledge, pp. 60-73.


Hammond, M (2019) A Cultural Account of Ecological Democracy. Environmental Values, 28 (1). pp. 55-74.

Hammond, M (2019) Deliberative Democracy as a Critical Theory. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 22 (7). pp. 787-808.

Hammond, M (2019) Sustainability as a Cultural Transformation: The Role of Deliberative Democracy. Environmental Politics.


Ladrech, R ORCID: and Little, C ORCID: (2019) Drivers of political parties’ climate policy preferences: lessons from Denmark and Ireland. Environmental Politics, 28 (6). pp. 1017-1038.


Mason, Scott (2019) ‘Lowering your standards’?: assessing the procedural legitimacy of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Natale, Eleonora (2019) The Argentine military, the military family and the violence of the 1970s: an ethnographic study of kinship. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Ryan, BJ (2019) Becoming Montenegrin: biopower, police reform and human rights. The International Journal of Human Rights, 23 (4). pp. 476-492.

Ryan, BJ (2019) The Disciplined Sea: A History of Maritime Security and Zonation. International Affairs. (In Press)

Ryan, BJ (2019) Standing Acts: The Political Aesthetics of Defiant Resistance. International Political Sociology, 13 (2). pp. 111-127.

Ryan, BJ (2019) Zones at Sea and the Properties of Connectivity: (a)roundness, (imm)unity and liquidity. In: Imaginaries of Connectivity: the Creation of Novel Spaces of Governance. Rowman and Littlefield. (In Press)


Swinbank, Adam David (2019) Freedom as the pursuit of self-realisation: T. H. Green and the contemporary debate on the nature of freedom. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Tiplady, Sarah (2019) US Presidential campaign strategy 1960 - 2012: observing and explaining change in rhetoric. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Udrea, Lavinia Ioana ORCID: (2019) A collaborative approach to developing a shared morality to protect the natural environment. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Wahlström, M, Sommer, M, Kocyba, P, de Vydt, M, De Moor, J, Davies, S, Wouters, R, Wennerhag, M, van Stekelenburg, J, Uba, K, Saunders, C, Rucht, D, Mickecz, D, Zamponi, L, Lorenzini, J, Kołczyńska, M, Haunss, S, Giugni, M, Gaidyte, T, Doherty, B ORCID: and Buzogany, A (2019) Protest for a future: Composition, mobilization and motives of the participants in Fridays For Future climate protests on 15 March, 2019 in 13 European cities. Project Report. Protest for a Future.


Åhäll, L (2019) Feeling Everyday IR: Embodied, affective, militarising movement as choreography of war. Cooperation and Conflict, 54 (2). pp. 149-166.

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