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Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

university, although communication still tended to be of a more public style. In Britain the initial publications and presentations of the Royal Society (established in 1660) were often formal but relatively accessible, designed for those with a more general interest, and it was not until the middle of the nineteenth century that the society’s publications and presentations took on a far more specialised nature (Knight, 2006 ). Without a clear profession or its associated salary, ‘researchers’ or ‘practitioners’ of the time who did not teach the classical

in Creative research communication
Kelly Rushton and Owen Price

they work, so it is advisable to enlist the help of someone who is experienced in using them. Hospital and/or University librarians are often happy to book you in for an individual session on request. A Research Handbook for Patient and Public Involvement Researchers Selecting the data sources - where to search Figure 7 Examples of electronic databases As a Minimum • Cochrane Library (all sources) • Medline • Embase Nursing-Specific • British Nursing Index • CINAHL N.B. Which databases you choose depends on your review question but you will need to be able to

in A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers
Andrew Balmer and Anne Murcott

general approach, the design of your study and the methods that you will use. Consider the example from a student’s first attempt to frame her dissertation question and a couple of her sub-questions: Main question: How do contemporary integration discourses construct Muslims, Britishness and their relations? Sub-question 1: How do labels and narratives of radicalisation and community cohesion construct ideas of what it means to be British? Sub-question 2: In what ways are Muslims constructed in relation to the War on Terror

in The craft of writing in sociology
Andrew Balmer and Anne Murcott

. Providing some basic numerical data: This can help to show the prevalence (or otherwise) of the phenomenon under consideration. For example, the opening paragraph of an answer to an essay question about racism in football could usefully include some figures about attitudes to ethnic differences from the British Social Attitudes Survey. These data might help you to show that racism persists in Britain. Whilst the figures may not be about football directly, they serve to contextualise the issue of racism in football against broader patterns of racism in society at large

in The craft of writing in sociology
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Andrew Balmer and Anne Murcott

and perfect British India (Pandey, 1990). In addition, this construction of difference is significant in assessing the extent of transformation of the economy. The acceleration of change to the Indian economy as asserted by the colonialists was not a total transformation. Evidence shows the existence of a pre-colonial capitalist economy within India, such as sustained trade links with the Middle East (Alavi, 1989). The creation of the central administration of colonial India does demonstrate a significant transformation of Indian society. The creation of surveys

in The craft of writing in sociology
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Clare Wilkinson and Emma Weitkamp

Association Museum iD Network for Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST) Conference Redpop, Latin American and Caribbean Network for Science and Technology Popularisation Science Communication Conference Box 12.4 Selected academic journals of relevance to research communication Applied Environmental Education and Communication British Journal of Educational Technology Citizen Science: Theory and Practice Communicating Astronomy with the Public

in Creative research communication
Andrew Balmer and Anne Murcott

point you towards the key parts of the book which might assist you with whatever it is you are currently writing. 1 It means that throughout this book we also assume British English spelling and conventions for writing, which can vary considerably from those in Australia, the United States and elsewhere where English is a main language.

in The craft of writing in sociology
Owen Price and Lauren Walker

. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25(:4),:355Department of Health (2007) Information sheets 366, doi: 10.1111/inm.12201. and consent forms guidance for researchers and reviewers, version 3.1. London: DH. Seidelman, W. (1996) Nuremberg lamentation: for the forgotten victims of medical science. Flood, C., Bowers, L., and Parkin, D. (2008) British Medical Journal, 313:,1463. Estimating the costs of conflict and containment on adult acute inpatient psychiatric wards. Weindling, P. (2005) Nazi Medicine and the Nursing Economics, 26(:5):,325-30. Nuremberg Trials: From

in A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers
Owen Price and Karina Lovell

. (1998) Understanding controlled trials: why are randomised controlled trials important? British Medical Journal 316:201. 50 BEE (RESEARCH) PRINT.indd 50 11/05/2018 16:15

in A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers
Andrew C. Grundy

Development. OECD Publishing: Paris. 5) Crawford, M.J., Robotham D., Thana, L, Patterson, S., Weaver, T., Barber, R., Wykes, T. and Rose, D. (2011) Selecting outcome measures in mental health: the views of service users. Journal of Mental Health 20:4, 336-46. 6) Ennis, L., and Wykes, T. (2013) Impact of patient involvement in mental health research: longitudinal study. British Journal of Psychiatry 203:5, 381-386. 17) Rees, R. and Oliver, S. (2012) Stakeholder perspectives and participation in reviews., Chapter 2 in D. Gough, S. Oliver and J. Thomas, An Introduction to

in A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers