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Archer, Dawn Elizabeth (2011) Libelling Oscar Wilde: The case of Regina vs. John Sholto Douglas. Journal of Politeness Research, 7 (1). pp. 73-99. ISSN 1613-4877
Fletcher, Susan Emma and Mitchell, Justine (2015) Court of Appeal found no love for Topshop tank: the image right that dare not speak its name. European Intellectual Property Review, 37 (6). pp. 394-405. ISSN 0142-0461
Mitchell, Justine (2014) Censorship in Cyberspace: Closing the Net on "Revenge Porn". Entertainment Law Review, 25 (8). pp. 283-290. ISSN 0959-3799
Parsons, Keith (2008) Thinking Outside the Heritage Box: Solving the Problems of Buildings at Risk. Context, 107 . pp. 11-12.
Parsons, Keith (2011) Understanding Significance. Context (119). p. 12.
Taylor, Richard D (2014) The Role of Aggravated Offences in Combating Hate Crime – 15 years after the CDA 1998 – Time for a change? Contemporary Issues in Law, 13 (1). pp. 76-92. ISSN 1357-0374
Archer, Dawn Elizabeth (2013) Assessing Garrow’s aggressive questioning style’. In: English Historical Dialogue Studies. FrancoAngeli, Milano, pp. 301-320.
Archer, Dawn Elizabeth (2013) Tracing (and tagging!) language features in the historical English courtroom (1649-1856). In: The three waves of globalization: Winds of change in Professional, Institutional and Academic Genres. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 2-22.
Archer, Dawn Elizabeth (2013) Tracing the crime narratives within the Palmer Trial (1856): From the lawyer’s opening speeches to the judge’s summing up. In: Legal-Lay Communication: Textual Travels in the Legal Process. Oxford University Press, pp. 168-186.
Archer, Dawn Elizabeth (2010) A diachronic investigation of English Courtroom Practice. In: A Handbook of Forensic Linguistics. Routledge, pp. 185-198.
Larkins, Cath (2007) Stop Look Listen: The road to realising children’s rights in Wales: A summary of the NGO report to the UNCRC Committee on Children’s Rights in Wales. Project Report. Save The Children.
Larkins, Cath (2010) Travelling Ahead: your rights (leaflet). Other. Welsh Assembly Government and Save the Children.
Parsons, Keith (2015) “I Can See Clearly Now...” – The Setting of Heritage Assets. (Conference Report). Technical Report. IHBC, IHBC website (www.ihbc.org.uk).
Parsons, Keith (2011) Localism - Historic Buildings: Local Action. Conference Report. Project Report. IHBC, IHBC national webpage - NW Branch pages.
Parsons, Keith (2011) Understanding Significance in Assessing Heritage Assets. Project Report. IHBC, http://www.ihbc.org.uk.
Ridley, Julie, Rosengard, Ann, Hunter, Susan, Little, Simon, Cummings, Lea, Edkins, Vincent, Fallan, Francis, Laird, Tracy, McLaughlin, Anne, Muir, Jen, Thomson, Agnes and Whitelaw, Janette (2009) Evaluation of early experiences of the Mental Health (Care & Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003: A cohort study. Project Report. Scottish Government Social Research, Edinburgh.
Almuhairi, Ahmed (2011) Effectiveness of the Criminal Justice Process in Reducing Drug & Drug-Related Crimes in England & Wales. Masters thesis, University of Central Lancashire.
Bracewell, Kelly (2011) Protection of Borders or Protection of Women? Recently arrived immigrant women in the UK, violence and immigration policies. Masters thesis, University of Central Lancashire.
Dunbabin, Helen Susan (2013) Gender responsive penality: A feminist abolitionist analysis of official penal discourse post Corston report (2007). Masters thesis, University of Central Lancashire.