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COCKAYNE, A., 2015. How talented people with Asperger’s are locked out of the career system. London: The Conversation.


DALE, R., 2015. Coming home: demobilization, trauma and postwar readjustment in late Stalinist Leningrad. Bern: Portal Militärgeschichte.


HENN, M., 2015. And the winner is… election abstention? London: Political Studies Association.


LAWTON, C., 2015. Expert analysis: migration to the UK and EU free movement. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

LAWTON, C., 2015. How job and skill shortages affect the UK. London: BBC.

LAWTON, C., 2015. Migration and employment - headline numbers are not the only story [blog post dated March 30 2015]. Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE).

LAWTON, C., 2015. A ‘jobs-led recovery’? Assessing the facts behind the Conservatives and Labour manifestos. WordPress.


MARCZAK, M. and HASSARD, J., 2015. Psychosocial issues for rail workers. Bilbao, Spain: EU-OSHA (European Agency for Safety & Health at Work).


PATEL, S., 2015. Women’s sport is on the rise but old-fashioned regulators need to catch up. London: The Conversation.

PEGG, S., 2015. Body branding: should the police be snooping on our skin? London: Independent Digital News and Media Ltd.

PEGG, S., 2015. Guilty verdict in sex deception case may be bad news for people transitioning to a new gender. London: The Conversation.

PEGG, S., 2015. The new tattoo: is body branding legal? London: The Conversation.


SJÖLIN, C., 2015. Does gender matter? [blog post dated 21 September 2015].


TEOH, K. and HASSARD, J., 2015. Introduction to "Migrant workers". Bilbao, Spain: EU-OSHA (European Agency for Safety & Health at Work).


VICKERS, T., 2015. Academics speak out against the UK Immigration Bill. London: Campaign for Social Science.

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