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The Queer, the Cross and the Closet: Religious Exceptions in Equality Law as State-Sponsored Homophobia (2021)
Journal Article

The struggle for queer people to be recognised as full sexual citizens continues to be thwarted by the existence of religious exceptions to equality law. These exceptions reactivate and legitimise the historical oppression of queer people, who have l... Read More about The Queer, the Cross and the Closet: Religious Exceptions in Equality Law as State-Sponsored Homophobia.

Mass meets mosh: Exploring healthcare professionals' perspectives on social identity processes and health risks at a religious pilgrimage and music festivals. (2021)
Journal Article

RATIONALE: The field of mass gathering medicine has tended to focus on physical factors in the aggravation and mitigation of health risks in mass gatherings to the neglect of psychosocial factors. OBJECTIVES: This study sought to explore perspectives... Read More about Mass meets mosh: Exploring healthcare professionals' perspectives on social identity processes and health risks at a religious pilgrimage and music festivals..

Threatened Hence Justified: Jewish Israelis’ Use of Competitive Victimhood to Justify Violence Against Palestinians (2020)
Journal Article

We theorized that competitive victimhood – the tendency to see one’s ingroup as having suffered more than the outgroup as a result of a prolong conflict– may function strategically as a psychological mechanism to justify violent actions against the o... Read More about Threatened Hence Justified: Jewish Israelis’ Use of Competitive Victimhood to Justify Violence Against Palestinians.

The Devil is not in the Detail: Representational absence and Stereotyping in the Trojan Horse News Story (2016)
Journal Article

Using Content Analysis, this study investigated the coverage of the Trojan Horse news story aiming to ascertain whether its representation by the British press emphasised ‘Islamist extremism’ over ‘poor school governance’. The sample coverage was ext... Read More about The Devil is not in the Detail: Representational absence and Stereotyping in the Trojan Horse News Story.