Items where Salford Author is "Bellaby, P"
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|Flynn, R, Ricci, M and Bellaby, P 2011, 'The mirage of citizen engagement in uncertain science : public attitudes towards hydrogen energy' , International Journal of Science Education, Part B, 1 (18) .|
|Flynn, R, Ricci, M and Bellaby, P 2011, 'Ambiguity, complexity and uncertainty surrounding the hazards of hydrogen and public views of emergent risks' , Journal of Risk Research . (In Press)|
|Bellaby, P, Flynn, R and Ricci, M 2011, 'Substituting ‘H2for C’ and reducing global inequalities in health' , Journal of Global Ethics, 7 (1) , pp. 91-103. Item not available from this repository.|
|Bellaby, P, Flynn, R and Ricci, M 2010, 'Towards sustainable energy: are there lessons from the history of the early factory system?' , Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, 23 (4) , pp. 333-348. Item not available from this repository.|
|Lindsay , S, Smith, S, Bellaby, P and Baker, RD 2009, 'The health impact of an online heart disease support group: A comparison of moderated vs. unmoderated support' , Health Education Research, 24 (4) , pp. 646-654.|
|Flynn, R, Bellaby, P and Ricci, M 2008, 'Environmental citizenship and public attitudes to hydrogen energy technologies' , Environmental Politics, 17 (5) , pp. 766-783.|
|Lindsay, S, Bellaby, P, Smith, S and Baker, RD 2008, 'Enabling healthy choices: Is ICT the highway to health improvement?' , Health, 12 (3) , pp. 313-331. Item not available from this repository.|
|Lindsay, S, Smith, SO, Bell, F and Bellaby, P 2007, 'Tackling the digital divide: exploring the impact of ICT on managing heart conditions in a deprived area' , Information, Communication & Society, 10 (1) , pp. 95-114. Item not available from this repository.|
|Ricci, M, Newsholme, G, Bellaby, P and Flynn, R 2007, 'The Transition to Hydrogen-based Energy: Combining technology and risk assessments and lay perspectives.' , International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 1 (1) , pp. 34-50. Item not available from this repository.|
|Bellaby, P 2006, 'Can they carry on working? Later retirement, health and social inequality in an aging population' , International Journal of Health Services, 36 (1) , pp. 1-23. Item not available from this repository.|
|Bellaby, P 2003, 'Communication and miscommunication of risk: understanding UK parents' attitudes to combined MMR vaccination' , British Medical Journal, 327 (7417) , pp. 725-728. Item not available from this repository.|
|Lawrenson, D and Bellaby, P 2001, 'Approaches to the risk of riding motorcycles: reflections on the problem of reconciling statistical risk assessment and motorcyclists' own reasons for riding' , Sociological Review, 49 (3) , pp. 368-388. Item not available from this repository.|
|Hodson, M, Marvin, S and Simpson, V 2007, 'Technological transitions and public engagement: competing visions of a hydrogen fuel station' , in: Risk and public acceptance of new technologies , Palgrave-Macmillan, London. (In Press) Item not available from this repository.|
|Bellaby, P 2001, 'Evidence-based practice and risk: the sociology of health care grappling with knowledge and uncertainty' , in: Evidence-based patient choice: inevitable or impossible? , Oxford University Press, pp. 78-94. Item not available from this repository.|
|Rooke, JA, Young, A and Bellaby, P 2002, Preliminary findings from the action learning sets on tackling health inequalities in the North-West , Project Report, The Institute of Public Health Research and Policy. Item not available from this repository.|
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|Flynn, R, Bellaby, P and Ricci, M 2009, The limits of ‘upstream’ public engagement: citizens’ panels and deliberation over hydrogen energy technologies , in: Society for Risk Analysis (Europe) Conference, 28 June – 1 July, 2009, Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden.|
|Newsholme, G, Bellaby, P, Flynn, R and Ricci, M 2006, Hydrogen: too dangerous to base our future upon? , in: Hazards XIX: process safety and environmental protection - what do we know? where are we going?, 28-30 March 2006, Manchester Conference Centre, UK. Item not available from this repository.|
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