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    • Dangerously Empty? Hegemony and the construction of the Irish Entrepreneur 

      Kenny, Kate; Scriver, Stacey (SAGE Journals Online, 2012-03)
      In this paper we build on Jones and Spicer's (2009) conceptualisation of the entrepreneur as an empty signifier. We explore the function of the signifier 'entrepreneurship' within a social context marked by crisis: Ireland ...
    • Economic and social costs of violence against women in Ghana: Technical report 

      Asante, Felix; Fenny, Ama; Dzudzor, Makafui; Chadha, Mrinal; Scriver, Stacey; Ballantine, Carol; Raghavendra, Srinivas; Sabir, Muhammad; Duvvury, Nata; Alverado, Gina; O’Brien-Milne, Lila; Mueller, Jennifer; Grant-Vest, Sara; Kennedy, John; Mensah, William (NUI Galway, 2019-04)
      Socio-economic costs of violence against women and girls in Ghana Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is one of the most widespread human rights violations. VAWG is a significant social, economic and public health ...
    • Economic and social costs of violence against women in Pakistan: Technical report 

      Ghaus, Khalida; Ali, Adeel; Anis, Rafea; Areeb, Tabinda; Sabir, Muhammad; Chadha, Mrinal; Ballantine, Carol; Scriver, Stacey; Raghavendra, Srinivas; Duvvury, Nata; Grant-Vest, Sara; Kennedy, John; Ahmed, Aftab; Akhtar, Naveed; Alvarado, Gina; O’Brien-Milne, Lila; Mueller, Jennifer (NUI Galway, 2019-04)
      Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is widely recognised as a violation of human rights and a challenge to public health. VAWG also has economic and social costs that have not been adequately recognised. These costs ...
    • Economic and social costs of violence against women in South Sudan: Technical report 

      Elmusharaf, Khalifa; Scriver, Stacey; Chadha, Mrinal; Ballantine, Carol; Sabir, Muhammad; Raghavendra, Srinivas; Duvvury, Nata; Kennedy, John; Grant-Vest, Sara; Edopu, Peter (NUI Galway, 2019-03)
      Introduction Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is widely recognised as a violation of human rights and a challenge to public health. Further, VAWG is an under-examined, but crucial component of the overall crisis ...
    • The health and economic costs of violence against women and girls on survivors, their families and communities in Ghana 

      Alvarado Merino, Gina; Scriver, Stacey; Mueller, Jennifer L.; O’Brien-Milne, Lila; Fenny, Ama P.; Duvvury, Nata (IntechOpen, 2019-10-08)
      Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is a worldwide phenomenon. Globally, 35% of women have experienced physical or sexual intimate partner violence (IPV) or non-partner sexual violence in their lives. VAWG is estimated ...
    • Mental health as a weapon: Whistleblower retaliation and normative violence 

      Kenny, Kate; Fotaki, Marianna; Scriver, Stacey (Springer Verlag, 2018-04-17)
      What form does power take in situations of retaliation against whistleblowers? In this article, we move away from dominant perspectives that see power as a resource. In place, we propose a theory of normative power and ...