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Professor Sally Shortall
Dr Regina Hansda
Gender and Caregiving2020
Professor Jeremy Phillipson
Professor Matthew Gorton
Roger Turner
Professor Mark Shucksmith OBE
Katie Aitken-McDermott
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The COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Implications for Rural Economies2020
Professor Sally Shortall
The Performance of Occupational Closure: The Case of Agriculture and Gender2020
Professor Sally Shortall
Professor David Brown
Guest editorial for special issue on rural inequalities: Thinking about rural inequalities as a cross-national research project2019
Professor Sally Shortall
Knowledge Exchange Seminar Series: An effective partnership to increase the public value of academic research findings2019
Professor Sally Shortall
Methodological fallacies and perceptions of rural disparity: how rural proofing addresses real versus abstract needs2019
Professor Sally Shortall
Planning the farmyard: gendered implications2019
Professor Sally Shortall
The Needy Rural – Does Living in a Rural Area Mean that You Are in Need?2019
Professor Sally Shortall
Thinking About Rural Inequalities as a Cross-National Research Project2019
Professor Sally Shortall
Alex Mckee
Why do farm accidents persist? Normalising danger on the farm within the farm family2019
Professor Sally Shortall
After Brexit: 10 key questions for rural policy in England2018
Anne Liddon
Professor Sally Shortall
After Brexit: 10 key questions for rural policy in Wales2018
Professor Sally Shortall
How can women achieve their full potential in the agricultural sector?2018
Professor Ruth McAreavey
Professor Sally Shortall
Is racism the new sectarianism? Negativity towards immigrants and ethnic minorities in Northern Ireland from 2004 to 20152018
Professor Sally Shortall
Rural proofing in Northern Ireland: An overview and recommendations on guidance, implementation and governance2018
Professor Sally Shortall
Gender and Rural Globalization: International Perspectives on Gender and Rural Development2017
Anne Liddon
Professor Ruth McAreavey
Professor Sally Shortall
Dr Michael Wallace
After Brexit: 10 key questions for rural policy in Northern Ireland2017
Anne Liddon
Andrew Moxey
Professor Sally Shortall
Professor Mark Shucksmith OBE
After Brexit: 10 key questions for rural policy in Scotland2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Briefing Paper One: Preliminary recommendations to assist with the development of a guidance framework and monitoring framework for rural proofing related to the Rural Needs Act2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Changing Gender Roles in Irish Farm Households: Continuity and Change2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Professor Bettina Bock
Conclusions - future directions2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Gender and Agriculture2017
Professor Bettina Bock
Professor Sally Shortall
Gender and rural globalisation: an introduction ot international perspectives on gender and rural development2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Professor Ruth McAreavey
Gender, Migration and Development: Can advocacy groups be more of a hindrance than a help?2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Informal care-giving and mental ill-health - differential relationships by workload, gender, age and area-remoteness in a UK region2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Rural and gender identity2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Women in farming and the agriculture sector2017
Professor Sally Shortall
Changing configurations of gender and rural society: future directions for research2016
Professor Sally Shortall
Gender and identity formation2016
Professor Sally Shortall
To rural proof or not to rural proof: a comparative analysis2016
Professor Sally Shortall
Are EU attempts to gender mainstream realistic? The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) as an example.2015
Professor Sally Shortall
Gender mainstreaming and the Common Agricultural Policy2015
Professor Sally Shortall
Neoliberalism, the University, Public Goods, and Agricultural Innovation2015
Professor Sally Shortall
Rural women in Europe: the impact of place and culture on gender mainstreaming the European Rural Development Programme2015
Professor Sally Shortall
Farming, identity and well-being: managing changing gender roles within Western European farm families2014
Professor Sally Shortall
Gender mainstreaming or strategic essentialism? How to achieve rural gender equality2014
Professor Sally Shortall
Using Scientific Knowledge in Policy Making: The Importance of Organisational Culture2014
Professor Sally Shortall
Using evidence in policy: The importance of mediating beliefs and practices2013
Professor Sally Shortall
An Evidence Base to Inform Rural Policy: Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Northern Ireland2010
Professor Sally Shortall
Special issue of Sociologia Ruralis on Social Exclusion2004
Professor Sally Shortall
Five Years after School: Labour Market and Life Experience of Second-level Leavers1991