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Dataset for research paper: Improving refugee well-being with better language skills and more intergroup contact.

Linda Tip, Rupert Brown, Linda Morrice, Michael Collyer & Matthew Easterbrook
This file contains data described in this paper published in Social Psychological and Personality Science. ISSN 1948-5506.
It contains data about 180 resettled refugees in the UK at three time points, each about one year apart (2014-2016). Their English language proficiency, their contact with British people, and their well-being was measured at each of these time points. Gender and age are included in the dataset too. The paper mentioned above provides further information about the procedure...

Supplementary Material for paper: Who controls the city? A micro-historical case study of the spread of rioting across North London in August 2011

John Drury, Clifford Stott, Roger Ball, Fergus Neville, Stephen Reicher &
Supplementary Material for paper appearing in the Journal "City" Nov 2019

Full triangulated account of the 2011 Enfield riot, including methodology and complete list of sources.
Abstract from research paperIn August 2011, over four days, rioting spread across several cities in England. While dominant explanations of the riots as “mindless criminality” have been widely contested in the academic literature, there is a lack of empirical evidence supporting alternative accounts. The present paper provides a micro-historical analysis of...

Dataset: unthresholded maps for research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Data for paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below). More data related to this publication is available in separate datasets in the same collection, DOIs:
Thresholded maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756890
Jackknife maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6757292.v1
Peaks: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756872.v1
This folder contains the unthresholded maps from the mean meta-analyses of altruistic and strategic prosocial decisions and comparisons between the two groups. These maps are in .nii format so can be opened in many neuroimaging viewers. If you do not have a viewer...

Dataset: peak details for research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Data for paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below). More data related to this publication is available in separate datasets in the same collection, DOIs:Thresholded maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756890Unthresholded maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756899Jackknife maps: https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6757292
The maps can also be viewed online through NeuroVault, see the third link in "references" below.

This folder contains the details of peak coordinates from the mean meta-analyses of altruistic and strategic prosocial decisions and comparisons between the two groups. These files can...

Dataset for research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn
Data for paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below). This collection contains four datasets for each type of data:Thresholded maps (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756890)Unthresholded maps (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756899)Jackknife maps (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6757292)Peaks (https://doi.org/10.25377/sussex.6756872)
Publication abstract:The decision to share resources is fundamental for cohesive societies. Humans can be motivated to give for many reasons. Some generosity incurs a definite cost, with no extrinsic reward to the act, but instead provides intrinsic satisfaction (labelled here as ‘altruistic’ giving). Other giving behaviours are...

Code to adjust for dropout in fMRI meta-analysis, linked to the research paper: A comparative fMRI meta-analysis of altruistic and strategic decisions to give

Jo Cutler & Dan Campbell-Meiklejohn
Code, spreadsheet and demo data to adjust fixed, random and mixed effects fMRI meta-analysis to account for variable dropout across studies. Linked to paper appearing in NeuroImage, published online September 2018 (abstract below).
The repo contains:
- README file with information on how to use the code.
- MATLAB code (using SPM) 'adjusting_FE_RE_and_ME.m' to run either a single group mean (random effects) or two group mean and comparison (mixed effects) meta-analysis. Fixed effects estimates are given in the...

Bethlehem Crafts

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection consists of digitised photographs held at the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

The images are depictions of craft industries in Bethlehem. For centuries the town has been famous for its devotional objects, carved mainly from mother-of-pearl and olive wood, and produced for sale to visiting pilgrims and tourists. The industry provided the basis for Bethlehem's emigration explosion in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when thousands of merchants from the town travelled all...

Bethlehem People and Places

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection is made up of digitised photographs held at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.

The images show various types of people and places around Bethlehem in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, captured by various European and North American photographers, mostly working in the photographic service of the American Colony in Jerusalem. In this period Bethlehem was intensely photographed by photography companies catering to western ideas of the biblical Bethlehem. Many...

George Harb Photos

Freja Howat-Maxted, Jacob Norris & Leila Sansour
This collection is made up of digitised photographs from George Harb's personal collection. The materials have been digitised by the Planet Bethlehem Archive.
Renowned speech maker of Bethlehem, George Harb, has donated a collection of images that document life in Bethlehem from the 1920s to the present day. An elected member of the Municipal Council for 18 years and teacher of Arabic at the Frères school (the first in the region to go co-ed), Harb’s...

Khalil Shokeh (Bethlehem historian) discussing Ottoman period and World War I

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Bea Brown & Jacob Norris
POOR QUALITY AUDIO. Khalil Shokeh (Bethlehemite historian) interviewed by Marwa Sobeh.
He discusses the following: Bethlehem changed during the late Ottoman period to become almost a city due to urban expansion and the influx of tourism that came from around the world, as well as the establishment of local organisations; farmers used to work with the Ottoman soldiers to sell their produce; local people had to communicate with the Ottoman authorities for the collection of...

Research data for technical report: PhD supervisors and faculty members might help to avoid burnout as well as enhance engagement and organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB) among PhD students.

Patricio Javier Saavedra Morales, Evangelos Ntontis &
Description:
The original dataset with responses to survey questions in .dta and .sav formats. A copy of STATA and SPSS for Statistics is required to view these datasets offline.
A .inp and .dat file are attached to carry out Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). A copy of Mplus software is required to view and manipulate these datasets offline.
The original survey showing the question export tags is available in Word format (PhD_students_survey_uk.docx).
An excel file (var_list_phd_survey_uk.xlsx)...

Despoiled Shore/Medea Material/Landscape with Argonauts

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is the text of Despoiled Shore/Medea Material/Landscape with Argonauts written by the German author Heiner Müller. It was translated in English from the original by M. Eugenia Demeglio and Thanos Polymeneas Liontiris. The text was used as material for most of the experiments in this practice-based PhD study.

Read Me file for the code used in these experiments

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is a "Read Me" file with useful information for anyone interested to use the code used in the practical experiments of this PhD Thesis

performance material and computer code for experiment 1

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is a zip file with all the code and other relevant files that was developed and used for the first experiment of this PhD study

Experiment 2 in PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is a collection of the material generated during experiment 2 of this study, including some video documentation files of the process.
The second experiment was a one-to-one audience interactive/immersive music theatre performance that took place during the 'Always Already: Impact and the Everyday' a symposium organised by the Creative Critical Practice Research Group. The name of the performance was "The impact...

Experiment 3 audience survey

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—
These are the paper-based surveys completed by the audience participants of the 3rd experiment of this study that took place during the Blast Theory Art Residency

Performance material and computer code 3rd experiment

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is a zip file with all the performance material and computer code generated and used during the 3rd experiment (Blast Theory Residency)

Performance material computer code experiments 7 & 8

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is a collection of all the performance material and computer code generated and used during experiments 7 and 8

Behavioural and Signal flows diagram experiment 9

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—
This is an illustration of the behavioural and signal flows of experiment 9

Experiment 1 video documentation

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—
This is video documentation from the first experiment of this PhD study. There is also a Read_Me file that briefly describes the content of each video.

Performance material and computer code 5th experiment

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—
This is a collection of the all the material and computer code generated and used during the 5th experiment of this PhD study

Performance material computer code experiments 7 & 8

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is a collection of all the performance material and computer code generated and used during experiments 7 and 8

Experiment 3 video documentation

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—
This is video documentation from the third experiment of this PhD study and an interview Thanos Polymeneas Liontiris gave as part of his artist residency at Blast Theory

Experiment 8 Video Documentation

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—
This is video documentation from the eighth experiment of this PhD study

Experiment 9 (Additional Unedited) Video Documentation

Athanasios Polymeneas-Liontiris
—Digital Appendix / Documentation of the PhD Study: IM-Medea: Posthumanism and Remediation in Music Theatre.—

This is additional unedited video documentation from the ninth experiment of this PhD study. There is also a Read_Me file that describes briefly the content of each video.

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