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Al-Azzawi, A, Frohlich, DM and Wilson, M (2007) Beauty constructs for MP3 players. CoDesign – Intetrnational Journal of CoCreation and design and the Arts, 3 (S1). pp. 59-74.

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Barham, JM (2007) The Cambridge Companion to Mahler Cambridge Companions . Cambridge University Press.

Barham, JM (2007) 'Chronology', 'Introduction' and 'Juvenilia and Early Works: From the First Song Fragments to "Das klagende Lied"' In: The Cambridge Companion to Mahler. UNSPECIFIED, xv, 1 & 51-xxiii, 4 & 71. ISBN 978-0-521-54033-9

Barham, JM (2007) Gustav Mahler: New Insights into his Life, Time and Work Guildhall School of Music & Drama and Ashgate, London & Aldershot.

Bearman, CR, Ball, LJ and Ormerod, TC (2007) The structure and function of spontaneous analogising in domain-based problem solving Thinking and Reasoning, 13 (3). pp. 273-294.

Brooks, R (2007) Government rhetoric and student understandings: discursive framings of higher education "choice" In: Geographies of Knowledge, Geometries of Power: Higher Education in the 21st Century. (World Year Book of Education 2008). Routledge, New York.

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Decsi, T, Bokor, SZ, Martin-Bautista, E, Campoy, C, Laitinen, K, Hoewel, J, Schmid, MA, Gage, Heather, Koletzko, B, Morgan, J and Raats, MM (2007) Representation of early nutritional programming in policy documents on infant nutrition: comparison of five European countries

Drazin, A and Frohlich, D (2007) Good intentions: Remembering through framing photographs in English homes Ethnos, 72 (1). pp. 51-76.

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Fedden, S (2007) Women, houses, and plural objects? – Homophony in the Mian gender system In: In Between Wor(l)ds. Transformation and Translation. University of Melbourne, School of Language and Linguistics, Melbourne, pp. 183-198.

Frohlich, D and Fennell, J (2007) Sound, paper and memorabilia: resources for a simpler digital photography Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 11 (2). pp. 107-116.

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Grant, CB (2007) Kommunikation ohne Intersubjektivität Siegener Periodicum zur Internationalen Empirischen Literaturwissenschaft, 26 (1). pp. 3-30.

Grunert, KG, Dean, M, Raats, MM, Nielsen, NA, Lumbers, M and Food Later Life, T (2007) A measure of satisfaction with food-related life Appetite, 49 (2). pp. 486-493.

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Hegarty, P (2007) What comes after discourse analysis for LGBTQ psychology? In: Out in psychology: LGBTQ Perspectives. Wiley and Sons, Chichester.

Hine, C (2007) Multi-sited ethnography as a middle range methodology for contemporary STS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY & HUMAN VALUES, 32 (6). pp. 652-671.

Hodkinson, Paul (2007) Gothic Music and Subculture In: The Routledge Companion to Gothic. Routledge, pp. 260-269. ISBN 0415398436

Hodkinson, Paul (2007) “We are all individuals, but we’ve all got the same boots on!” Traces of Individualism within a Subcultural Community In: Goth: Undead Subculture. Duke University Press Books, pp. 322-334. ISBN 0822339218

Husted, BW and Allen, DB (2007) Strategic corporate social responsibility and value creation among large firms - Lessons from the Spanish experience LONG RANGE PLANNING, 40 (6). pp. 594-610.

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Lewins, A and Silver, C (2007) Using Software in Qualitative Research : A step-by-step guide Sage Publications Limited. ISBN 0761949232

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Mark, C (2007) Glimpsing the kingdom?: "by the wayside" from The Apostles and the Idyllic In: Elgar Studies. CUP, pp. 78-98.

Mark, C (2007) Vaughan Williams and the symphony. MUSIC & LETTERS, 88 (3). pp. 542-545.

Mattsson Sydner, Y, Sidenvall, B, Fjellström, C, Raats, MM, Lumbers, M and Food in Later Life Team, (2007) Diet, eating and household work - a life course perspective of senior Europeans Food, Culture and Society, 10 (3). pp. 367-387.

Murtagh, N, Lopes, P and Lyons, E (2007) What makes a career barrier a barrier? Industrial and Commercial Training, 39 (6). pp. 332-339.

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Patton, R, Smythe, W, Kelsall, H and Selemo, FB (2007) Substance use among patients attending an accident and emergency department [3] Emergency Medicine Journal, 24 (2). p. 146.

Pratto, F, Korchmaros, JD and Hegarty, P (2007) When race and gender go without saying Social Cognition, 25 (2). pp. 221-247.

Protopapa, E (2007) A phantom in contemporary European choreography: What is Beckett doing to us dance-makers? Can we do something to him in return? or, a series of realizations, three instances and an afterthought Performance Research, 12 (1). pp. 20-34.

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Salazar Sutil, N (2007) Ancient Athens and the politics of asylum: immigration and the performance of suppliancy Cyber Humanitatis, 40.

Shen, S, Szameitat, AJ and Sterr, Annette (2007) VBM lesion detection depends on the normalization template: a study using simulated atrophy Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 25 (10). pp. 1385-1396.

Sörgel, S (2007) Dancing Postcolonialism transcript Verlag. ISBN 3899426428

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Usherwood, S (2007) Sceptical or Simply Opposed? Eurosceptics and the EU's Constitutional Treaty In: La Constitution européenne: Elites, mobilisations, votes. Editions de l'Université de Bruxelles, Brussels, France.

Usherwood, Simon (2007) Proximate factors in the mobilisation of anti-EU groups in France and the UK: the European Union as first-order politics Journal of European Integration, 29 (1). pp. 3-21.

Uzzell, D and Ballantyne, R (2007) Heritage that hurts: interpretation in a post-modern world In: The Cultural Heritage Reader. Routledge, New York, pp. 502-513.

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Vogele, C, Gibson, L, Ogden, J and Brown, K (2007) Food choice and delay of gratification: An experimental investigation in obese, overweight and normal-weight primary school children In: 15th European Congress on Obesity, 2007-04-22 - 2007-04-25, Budapest, HUNGARY.

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