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  • Loughnane, Cliona (University College Cork, 2016)
    Big Food companies, such as Coca-Cola, claim they ‘are helping to develop workable solutions to address obesity – by partnering with government, academia, health societies and other responsible members of civil society’ ...
  • Mazzucato, Valentina; Cebotari, Victor; Veale, Angela; White, Allen; Grassi, Marzia; Vivet, Jeanne (Elsevier Ltd, 2015-05)
    When parents migrate, leaving their children in the origin country, transnational families are formed. Transnational family studies on children who are “left behind” indicate that children suffer psychologically from ...
  • Doná, Giorgia; Veale, Angela (Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, 2011-09)
    Experiences of refugee, internally displaced and migrant children in different contexts (such as post-conflict and resettlement) are often considered separately, yet closer analysis points to the existence of commonalities ...
  • McKay, Susan; Veale, Angela; Worthen, Miranda; Wessells, Michael G. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins / Wolters Kluwer and the War Trauma Foundation, 2011-07)
    When young mothers, formerly associated with armed groups, return to communities, they are typically social isolated, stigmatised, and marginalised. This creates reintegration challenges for themselves, and their communities. ...
  • Kramm, Nadine; Anderson, Roslyn Margaret; O'Rourke, Eileen; Emmerson, Mark C.; O'Halloran, John; Chisholm, Nicholas (University College Cork, 2010)
    The rugged beauty of the Iveragh peninsula has fascinated many a passing visitor and never fails to make some of us linger or stay for good. For those who need proof of the area’s uniqueness, a variety of national and ...

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