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2006

Lindsay, Isobel; Day, G. and Dunkerly, D. and Thompson, A., eds. (2006) Civil society in Scotland. In: Civil Society in Wales. University of Wales Press, Wales. ISBN 10-0-7083-1850-9

2005

Lindsay, Isobel; Mills, V., ed. (2005) Post-Industrial women. In: The New Red Paper on Scotland. Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK. ISBN 1-903661-86-2

2004

Lindsay, Isobel and Purdue, D. and Diani, M. (2004) Civic Networks in Bristol and Glasgow. Community Development Journal, 39 (3). pp. 277-288. ISSN 0010-3802

2001

Lindsay, I. and Stimpson, B.P. and Corlett, A. (2001) Advanced interpretation of Venturi meter measurements in multiphase flow. In: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, 2001-09-30 - 2001-10-03.

Lindsay, Isobel; Crick, B., ed. (2001) The Voluntary Sector. In: Citizens: towards a citizenship culture. Political Quarterly Special Issues . Blackwell, pp. 115-123. ISBN 0-631-22856

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