Descendants of Conscientious Objectors Sharing Their Storiesby Tolich, Martin
Archibald Baxter is the best known conscientious objector and his story is well documented in his biography We will not Cease. However, many other men in the First and Second World War took a pacifist stance and them and their families were persecuted for it.
Rights, Risks and Smoking [Updated]by Bell, Kirsten
The purpose of this study is to explore the ethical implications of tobacco ‘denormalisation’ as a population-based risk management strategy, through an examination of how this strategy informs patient-provider interactions involving smokers in primary health care settings.
People Who Self Injureby Adler, Patti
It has become clear from the greater media coverage on self-injury that it is a burgeoning phenomenon in society. I am interested in what kinds of people do this self-injury, why they do it, and how it affects them.