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British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) 2012 Special Issue

Published 30 July 2012

Editorial: Connecting Research CulturesCaroline Gibson and Catherine Hanley, University of Warwick

Lost in Space: Crisis of the Nation and Homeland in Contemporary Arabic Fiction Sam Clarke, Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick

Prevalence of Endoparasites in the European Hedgehog (Erinaceus Europaeus) within Regions of the East Midlands Isobel Whiting, Department of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, Nottingham Trent University

Youth Services: Listening to Youth? Matthew Burrows, Serena Dama, Bradley Payne, Erena Rawlins, Hannah Wheeler and Sue Bond-Taylor, School of Social Sciences, University of Lincoln

Development of Platinum-free Dye-sensitized Solar Cells Grace Lowe, School of Chemistry, University of Nottingham

'I know not whether she be man or woman' (Shirley, 1986: IV.ii.93): Subversive Presentations of Women in James Shirley's Revenge TragediesSian Lorna Dawson, Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick

Student and Staff Perceptions of Decision-making in the changing Higher Education Context Zoe Baker, Faculty of Development and Society, Sheffield Hallam University

'The Scottish hate us more than the Muslims...': The North/South Divide? A Comparative Analysis of the Agenda, Activities and Development of the English and Scottish Defence Leagues Ruari Shaw Sutherland, School of Applied Social Sciences, University of Strathclyde

Remote Electrification for Sustainable Development in African Communities Rebecca Wooding and Jack Griffiths, School of Engineering, University of Warwick

An Investigation into Students' and Employees' Attitudes Towards the Provision of a Healthy Foodscape within a University Setting Agatha Christie Coelho Martins, School of Tourism, Bournemouth University

Is the Conservation of the United Kingdom's Built Heritage Sustainable? Michael Brightman, Lancashire Business School, University of Central Lancashire

The Current Status of Platorchestia Platensis in the United Kingdom Rebekah Simpson, Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre, School of Marine Science and Engineering, University of Plymouth