This book offers information, insights, and guidance to support students with special educational needs within the postsecondary environment. It was originally published as a special issue of European Journal of Special Needs Education.
This book analyses the work of the literary pioneer Katherine Phillips. It includes literary-historical analyses of her use of form and genre, as well as theoretical, archipelagic and digital humanities approaches to her work. This book was first published as two special issues of Women's Writing.
Early Modern Ireland: New Sources, Methods, and Perspectives offers fresh approaches and case studies that push the field of early modern Ireland, and of British and European history more generally, into unexplored directions.
This book emphasizes that research should be done with rather than on young people. Engaging with the social changes in Irish society through the eyes of the first children of immigrants growing up in Ireland, it offers a compelling analysis of how ideas of race and racism emerge and are elaborated in the field of youth sport.
Describes the forensic examination of clothing in criminal cases. This title examines the ramifications of DNA profiling and its effect on the screening approach to clothing examination. It covers topics such as: protocols, procedures, and philosophy; preliminary assessment; examination; testing and sampling; and, quality assurance and control.