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British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) 2011 Special Issue

Published 26 July 2011

Editorial: A step forwards for British undergraduate research Alexander Freer, Editor of Reinvention: a Journal of Undergraduate Research, and Stuart Hampton-Reeves, Organiser of BCUR 2010

'An unbroken series of successful gestures': Performance of Class in The Great Gatsby Michael Duffy, Department of English Literature, University of Winchester

An Evaluation of Response to Treatment: The Lancashire and South Cumbria CFS/ME Services CBT Based Multi-Component Intervention Lloyd M. Gemson, Mark P. Roy and Gayle Brewer from the Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire and David Riley from The Lancashire and South Cumbria CFS/ME Services

Subversive Sisters: The Female Torturer in Contemporary Horror Films Laura Anne Stephens, Department of Film and Television Studies, Southampton Solent University

The Changing Faces of Medusa Sarah Bernice Wallace, Department of Classics, University of Reading

Online Social Networking and E-Safety: Analysis of Risk-taking Behaviours and Negative Online Experiences among Adolescents Paul McGivern and Nathalie Noret, Department of Health and Life Sciences, York St. John University

The 'First' Catilinarian Conspiracy: A Further Re-examination of the Evidence Patrick Alexander Holmes, Department of Classics, University of Reading

An Investigation into Lichen Growth on Terminal Moraines on the Glacial Foreland of Nigardsbreen, South Norway Dee Johnson, Department of Geography and Development Studies, University of Chester

'For me, it's a job': A Discursive Interview Project with Two UK Sex Workers Scarlett Redman, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds