Express Terms in UK Law

  • Manufacturing—Not So Much a Technology More a Way of Life
    • Núm. 2-2, Febrero 1973
    • Personnel Review
    • 14-28
    Our objective, when reporting on a series of research projects conducted between our two management centres, UMIST and INSEAD, was firstly to comment upon our European experiences against the backg...
    ......Our second concern was to express, in terms acceptable to us, that production management is at the core of ......
  • Exploring criminogenic need through victim apology letters II: an IPA analysis of post‐treatment accounts of offending against children
    • Núm. 3-4, Octubre 2011
    • Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research
    • 230-242
    Purpose: Building on previous work, concerned with analysis of pre‐treatment apology letters of men who have offended against children, the current research focuses on post‐treatment apology letter...
    ...... victims after treatment.Findings – The data suggest that the men express themselves in terms of need, however, primarily thisis in terms of ......
  • Conceptualising party-driven movements
    • Núm. 22-3, Agosto 2020
    • British Journal of Politics and International Relations
    This article contributes to scholarship on the relationship between political parties and social movements by proposing the concept of ‘party-driven movements’ to understand the formation of a new ...
    ......We analyse how party-driven movements express an ambivalence in terms of strategy (working inside and outside the ......
  • An Underdeveloped Peace Movement: The Case of France
    • Núm. 23-2, Junio 1986
    • Journal of Peace Research
    Unlike its European counterparts, the peace movement in France is not very strong. The reasons for this are many: The Munich Syndrome, a contempt for pacifism confused with cowardice, a desire for ...
    ......, there are discordant voices, al- though these do not express themselves in pacifist terms. The last years of the 20th ......
  • ‘Can you pass the salt?’ The legitimacy of international institutions and indirect speech
    • Núm. 21-4, Diciembre 2015
    • European Journal of International Relations
    This article introduces the concept of indirect speech and shows what it can contribute to understanding ‘legitimacy talk’ regarding international institutions. Indirect speech occurs when one kind...
    ...... euphemism, some forms of politeness and when a request is expressed as  a question (‘Can ... phenomena, such as why states frame their  demands in terms of legitimacy when they are transparently self-serving, why states  with ......
  • The Endowment Effect and Expected Utility
    • Núm. 47-2, Mayo 2000
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    The endowment effect, which is well documented in the contingent valuation literature, alters people’s preferences according to a reference point established in an elicitation question. In particul...
    ...... elicitation methods used by economists require people to express their preferences for one good in terms of their willingness to forego ......
  • What do we know about rape myths and juror decision making?
    • Núm. 24-3, Julio 2020
    • International Journal of Evidence & Proof, The
    This paper presents overwhelming evidence that prejudicial and false beliefs held by jurors about rape affect their evaluation of the evidence and their decision making in rape cases. The paper dra...
    ......The qualitative research indicates that jurors frequently express" problematic views about how ‘real’ rape victims would behave and what \xE2"...The studies vary in terms of their realism, but it is important to note that some of the studies ......
  • Have we reached a tipping point? The mainstreaming of Euroscepticism in the UK
    • Núm. 36-3, Junio 2015
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    Stephen George, the eminent scholar of the European Union, famously labelled the UK as the ‘awkward partner’ when analysing the country’s relationship with the EU. The ‘permissive consensus’ eviden...
    ...... and influence of the tabloid press, and in particular the Daily Express , to demonstrate how the debate surrounding UK membership of the EU has ...It concludes that the lack of a ‘level playing-field’ in terms of EU coverage among the UK tabloid press has led to a situation where its ......
  • Laboratory Federalism and the Kable Principle
    • Núm. 42-3, Septiembre 2014
    • Federal Law Review
    Federalism permits sub-national diversity and experimentation. The Kable principle limits sub-national diversity and experimentation in relation to state courts. But this apparent tension between ‘...
    ...... to c ompare policies across multiple jurisdictions, t o express their preferences through ' ex it and voice ', and thereby to render ub - national experimentation ef fective on its own terms . I INTRODUCTION Justice Heydon recently said: A federation is a ......
  • Civil Servants: Insecurity Of Tenure
    • Núm. 23-2, Marzo 1960
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... responsibility, Parliament has not defined the terms " abnormality of mind )) or " mental res- ponsibility '' r indeed any of the other expressions used in the section. If this is accepted, what are we ......
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