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Open Access research that seeks to understand the expanding impact of human rights law on society...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers within the School of Law, including the Centre for the Study of Human Rights Law. Researchers within the Centre explore issues such as the impact of socio-economic rights within the context of immigration and asylum, to human rights within a changing climate, to respect for private life and freedom of expression.

Elsewhere in HaSS, researchers in the School of Social Work & Social Policy are investigating issues surrounding identity, citizenship and belonging among migrant populations, especially in light of significant political, social and economic change.

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2007

McCann, Joanne and Peppé, Susan and Gibbon, Fiona E. and O'Hare, Anne and Rutherford, Marion (2007) Prosody and its relationship to language in school-aged children with high-functioning autism. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 42 (6). pp. 682-702. ISSN 1368-2822

Peppé, Susan and McCann, Joanne and Gibbon, Fiona and O'Hare, Anne and Rutherford, Marion (2007) Receptive and expressive prosodic ability in children with high-functioning autism. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 50 (4). pp. 1015-1028. ISSN 1092-4388

2006

Peppé, Sue and McCann, Joanne and Gibbon, Fiona and O'Hare, Anne and Rutherford, Marion (2006) Assessing prosodic and pragmatic ability in children with high-functioning autism. Journal of Pragmatics, 38 (10). pp. 1776-1791. ISSN 0378-2166

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