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Publication date: 1 January 1990

John Gammans

Narrates a local government review of property stock. Concludesthat the lessons learned may be of general use. Claims that criticalreview of building stock will expose…

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Narrates a local government review of property stock. Concludes that the lessons learned may be of general use. Claims that critical review of building stock will expose assets which could be better used thus satisfying the public and saving money.

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Property Management, vol. 8 no. 1
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0263-7472

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Publication date: 1 January 1990

David Jenkins, Stuart Gronow and Gwyn Prescott

Explores how information technology (IT) can help local authoritiesto better manage their property. Sets out a summary procedure for thedevelopment of an IT strategy…

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Explores how information technology (IT) can help local authorities to better manage their property. Sets out a summary procedure for the development of an IT strategy. Defines the role of the “property professional”. Offers Cardiff City Council as role model. Concludes that two scathing Audit Commission Reports of 1988 offer a baseline from which local government may start improvements in property management.

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Property Management, vol. 8 no. 1
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0263-7472

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Publication date: 25 March 2021

Robert Smith

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Entrepreneurship in Policing and Criminal Contexts
Type: Book
ISBN: 978-1-80071-056-6

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Publication date: 25 April 2008

M.J. Taylor, M. Baskett, S. Duffy and C. Wren

The purpose of this paper is to examine the nature of the types of adjustments appropriate to university teaching practices for students with emotional and behavioural…

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Purpose

The purpose of this paper is to examine the nature of the types of adjustments appropriate to university teaching practices for students with emotional and behavioural difficulties in the UK higher education (HE) sector.

Design/methodology/approach

A case study in a UK university was undertaken over a two‐year period.

Findings

A variety of types of adjustments may be necessary for UK university students with emotional and behavioural difficulties including adjustments to pastoral care, teaching and assessment.

Research limitations/implications

The case study focussed on only three students with emotional and behavioural difficulties. However, given that the number of students entering UK universities with such difficulties is increasing, the results of this research can hopefully inform the teaching of future students.

Practical implications

This paper addresses what UK university teaching staff may need to do to support students with emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Originality/value

Although research has been conducted into the teaching of individuals with emotional and behavioural difficulties in schools, little if any research has been undertaken regarding teaching such students at university level.

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Education + Training, vol. 50 no. 3
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 0040-0912

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Publication date: 25 March 2021

Robert Smith

This chapter introduces the two main topics of ‘entrepreneurial policing’ and ‘criminal entrepreneurship’ and begins in Section 1.1 by considering the concept and scope of…

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This chapter introduces the two main topics of ‘entrepreneurial policing’ and ‘criminal entrepreneurship’ and begins in Section 1.1 by considering the concept and scope of entrepreneurial policing around which this monograph is organised. Its definition and ontological development are considered. Thereafter, the author briefly discuss what entrepreneurship is (and is not) and set out examples of entrepreneurship of interest to policing, including – ‘Corporate’ and ‘Team’ Entrepreneurship, ‘Intrapreneurship’, ‘Social Entrepreneurship and Animateurship’, ‘Civic Entrepreneurship’, and ‘Public Service Entrepreneurship’. The author then discusses why entrepreneurship is of critical importance to the police service and discuss worked examples. Having developed a basic understanding of the power and utility of entrepreneurship, then in more detail what the term entrepreneurial policing means and how it evolved in practice and in the academic literature are considered. In Section 1.2, the foundations of entrepreneurial policing considering its ontological and epistemological development from ‘New Public Management’ to ‘New Entrepreneurialism’ and also the influence of the merging literatures of ‘Criminal Entrepreneurship’ and ‘Entrepreneurial Leadership’ are critically examined. In Section 1.3, our consideration to include a more nuanced understanding of the what is referred to as the ‘Entrepreneurship–Policing Nexus’ including consideration of the influence of dyslexia on policing and crime and the power of the ‘Entrepreneurial’ and ‘Gangster’ dreams on entrepreneurial motivation and propensity are expanded. In Section 1.4, an attempt is made to identify who the stakeholders of this new policing philosophy are? Finally, in Section 1.5, the chapter takeaway points which both articulates and confirms the inherent importance of entrepreneurship in policing and criminal contexts are discussed and detailed.

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Entrepreneurship in Policing and Criminal Contexts
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ISBN: 978-1-80071-056-6

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Publication date: 1 April 2006

Tony Kent and Reva Berman Brown

The purpose of this paper is to trace the changes in the retail outlets that supply erotic products and toys. It explores changes in attitude towards these products over…

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Purpose

The purpose of this paper is to trace the changes in the retail outlets that supply erotic products and toys. It explores changes in attitude towards these products over the four decades under review.

Design/methodology/approach

The marketing mix (the 4Ps of marketing) is the lens through which the past and contemporary retail environment for such erotic products is examined.

Findings

What emerges from the story of the journey from backstreet to online is the change in attitude towards both shops and products, and the development of shops selling sexually‐arousing products to women, a trend unique to the last decades of the twentieth century.

Originality/value

The combination of an historical approach and the theoretical concept of the marketing mix provides a fresh view of the under‐researched area of erotic retailing.

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Journal of Management History, vol. 12 no. 2
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 1751-1348

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