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Literary linguistics: Open Access research in English language

Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by English Studies at Strathclyde. Particular research specialisms include literary linguistics, the study of literary texts using techniques drawn from linguistics and cognitive science.

The team also demonstrates research expertise in Renaissance studies, researching Renaissance literature, the history of ideas and language and cultural history.

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Number of items: 8.

2022

Erikainen, Sonja and Stewart, Ellen and Marques Filipe, Anglea and Chan, Sarah and Cunningham-Burley, Sarah and Ilson, Sophie and King, Gabrielle and Porteous, Carol and Sinclair, Stephanie and Webb, Jamie (2022) Towards a feminist philosophy of engagements in health-related research. Wellcome Open Research, 6. 58. ISSN 2398-502X

Cocker, Derek and Sammarro, Melodie and Chidziwisano, Kondwani and Elviss, Nicola and Jacob, Shevin T. and Kajumbula, Henry and Mugisha, Lawrence and Musoke, David and Musicha, Patrick and Roberts, Adam P. and Rowlingson, Barry and Singer, Andrew C. and Byrne, Rachel L. and Edwards, Thomas and Lester, Rebecca and Wilson, Catherine and Hollihead, Beth and Thomson, Nicholas and Jewell, Christopher P. and Morse, Tracy and Feasey, Nicholas (2022) Drivers of resistance in Uganda and Malawi (DRUM) : a protocol for the evaluation of one-health drivers of extended spectrum beta lactamase (ESBL) resistance in low-middle income countries (LMICs). Wellcome Open Research. ISSN 2398-502X

2021

Mangochi, Helen and Tolhurst, Rachel and Simpson, Victoria and Kawaza, Kondwani and Chidziwisano, Kondwani and Feasey, Nicholas A. and Morse, Tracy and MacPherson, Eleanor (2021) A qualitative study exploring health workers and patient caregivers' hand hygiene practices in a neonatal unit in Blantyre, Malawi, implications for controlling outbreaks of drug resistant infections. Wellcome Open Research. ISSN 2398-502X

2020

Ganguli-Mitra, Agomoni and Young, Ingrid and Engelmann, Lukas and Harper, Ian and McCormack, Donna and Marsland, Rebecca and Segal, Lotte Buch and Sethi, Nayha and Stewart, Ellen and Tichenor, Marlee (2020) Segmenting communities as public health strategy : a view from the social sciences and humanities. Wellcome Open Research, 5. 104. ISSN 2398-502X

2019

Meier, Petra and Purshouse, Robin and Bain, Marion and Bambra, Clare and Bentall, Richard and Birkin, Mark and Brazier, John and Brennan, Alan and Bryan, Mark and Cox, Julian and Fell, Greg and Goyder, Elizabeth and Heppenstall, Alison and Holmes, John and Hughes, Ceri and Ishaq, Asif and Kadirkamanathan, Visakan and Lomax, Nik and Lupton, Ruth and Paisley, Suzy and Smith, Katherine and Stewart, Ellen and Strong, Mark and Such, Elizabeth and Tsuchiya, Aki and Watkins, Craig (2019) The SIPHER Consortium : Introducing the new UK hub for systems science in public health and health economic research. Wellcome Open Research, 4. 174. ISSN 2398-502X

Kneale, Dylan and French, Robert and Spandler, Helen and Young, Ingrid and Purcell, Carrie and Boden, Zoƫ and Brown, Steven D. and Callwood, Dan and Carr, Sarah and Dymock, Alex and Eastham, Rachel and Gabb, Jacqui and Henley, Josie and Jones, Charlotte and McDermott, Elizabeth and Mkhwanazi, Nolwazi and Ravenhill, James and Reavey, Paula and Scott, Rachel and Smith, Clarissa and Smith, Matthew and Thomas, James and Tingay, Karen (2019) Conducting sexualities research : an outline of emergent issues and case studies from ten Wellcome-funded projects. Wellcome Open Research, 4. pp. 1-14. ISSN 2398-502X

2017

Gras, Simon and Jackson, Allison and Woods, Stuart and Pall, Gurnman and Whitelaw, Jamie and Leung, Jacqueline M. and Ward, Gary E. and Roberts, Craig W. and Meissner, Markus (2017) Parasites lacking the micronemal protein MIC2 are deficient in surface attachment and host cell egress, but remain virulent in vivo. Wellcome Open Research, 2 (32). p. 1. ISSN 2398-502X

Gras, Simon and Jackson, Allison and Woods, Stuart and Pall, Gurman and Whitelaw, Jamie and Leung, Jacqueline M. and Ward, Gary E. and Roberts, Craig W. and Meissner, Markus (2017) Parasites lacking the micronemal protein MIC2 are deficient in surface attachment and host cell egress, but remain virulent in vivo. Wellcome Open Research, 2. 32.

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