WestminsterResearch

The online repository of research outputs from the University of Westminster’s academic community.

 

WestminsterResearch makes information about thousands of publications (many accompanied by the full text or a link to the full text on the publishers website) available through open access.

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Latest additions

The Changing Geopolitics of Global Communication
Thussu, D.K. 2021. The Changing Geopolitics of Global Communication. London Routledge.

Architecture and its Imprint: Building, Concepts, Publication
Peckham, A. 2021. Architecture and its Imprint: Building, Concepts, Publication. London Routledge.

Workers’ Photography in the East End
Stevens, S. 2020. Workers’ Photography in the East End.

The Reel Sally Bowles
Stevens, S. 2020. The Reel Sally Bowles.

Tower Flat
Guibert, E. 2020. Tower Flat.

Hunger March
Stevens, S. 2020. Hunger March.

The Burkina Faso - Côte d’Ivoire corridor
Cross, Hannah 2020. The Burkina Faso - Côte d’Ivoire corridor. in: Bastia, T. and Skeldon, R. (ed.) Routledge Handbook on Migration and Development Routledge.

(M)othering and the politics of early intervention
Gillies, V. and Edwards, R. 2020. (M)othering and the politics of early intervention. in: Portier-Le Cocq, F. (ed.) Motherhood in Contemporary International Perspective: Continuity and Change Abingdon Routledge. pp. 18-32

Contact and sociolinguistic variation
Abtahian, M. and Kasstan, J. 2020. Contact and sociolinguistic variation. in: Hickey, R. (ed.) The Handbook of Language Contact Wiley-Blackwell.

Steering, knowledge and the challenge of governance evaluation: the case of National Health Service governance and reform in England
Greenwood, D. and Mills, T. 2020. Steering, knowledge and the challenge of governance evaluation: the case of National Health Service governance and reform in England. Administration and Society.