Items where School or Centre is "Faculty of Business and Law" and Year is 2003
Number of items: 24.
Chambers, C. and Doherty, M. (2003) The human rights act 1998 and criminal law appeals. The Law Teacher, 37 (1). pp. 96-104. ISSN 0306-9400
Rumney, P. (2003) Progress at a price: The construction of non-stranger rape in the millberry sentencing guidelines. Modern Law Review, 66 (6). pp. 870-884. ISSN 0026-7961
Sargeant, A. (2003) Downright dangerous! Professional Fundraising, Octobe. pp. 16-19.
Sargeant, A. and Jay, E. (2003) Qualms and lists. Professional Fundraising, July. pp. 14-15.
Sargeant, A. and Jay, E. (2003) The fundraising performance of charity websites: A US/UK comparison. Interactive Marketing , 4 (4). pp. 330-342. ISSN 1463-5178
Sargeant, A. and Lee, S. (2003) Towards a model of donor trust: Implications for H.E. fundraising practice in the United Kingdom. The CASE International Journal of Educational Advancement, 3 (3). pp. 213-225. ISSN 1467-3657
Tapp, A. (2003) Linking business schools and practice in direct marketing: are we missing an opportunity? Journal of Database Marketing and Customer Strategy Management, 11 (2). pp. 107-113. ISSN 1741-2439
Tapp, A. and Clowes, J. (2003) Looking through the hourglass of fan segmentation. Research findings and marketing implications for live spectator sports. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 5 (1). pp. 57-73. ISSN 1464-6668
Tapp, A. (2003) eManaging sport customers. In: Beech , J. and Chadwick, S., eds. (2003) The Business of Sport Management. UK: Pearson Education. ISBN 9780273682684
Report or Working Paper
Sargeant, A., Jay, E. and Lee, S. (2003) The future of giving. Project Report. The Giving Campaign, London.
Conference or Workshop Item
Cicmil, S. (2003) Knowledge, interaction and project work. In: 9th EGOS colloquium in Copenhagen: sub-theme ‘Project Organizations, Embeddedness, and Repositories of Knowledge, Copenhagen, Denmark, July, 2003.
Hodgson, D. and Cicmil, S. (2003) Setting the standards: The construction of ‘the Project’ as an organisational object. In: 3rd CMS (Critical Management Studies) International Conference, stream on ‘Objects and the Study of Organizations’, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK, July, 2003.
Sargeant, A. (2003) Legacies: How to access the hidden millions. In: CAF Annual Conference, Great George Street, London, November, 2003.
Sargeant, A. (2003) Marketing giving: What do we know about why people give? In: Changing Minds and Making Money: Using Marketing to Achieve Behavioural Change, University of the West of England, May, 2003.
Sargeant, A. and Hudson, J. (2003) Exploring brand values in the charity sector: Just what is the span of control? In: ARNOVA Conference , Denver, November, 2003.
Sargeant, A., Jay, E. and West, D. C. (2003) The determinants of website effectiveness: An assessment of the role of relationship marketing. In: Academy of Marketing Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, UK, July, 2003.
Sargeant, A. and Lee, S. (2003) Benchmarking fundraising practice. In: Institute of Fundraising Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK, July, 2003.
Sargeant, A. and Lee, S. (2003) The new marketing myopia: Why is the giving literature so often ignored? In: ARNOVA Conference, Denver , November, 2003.
Sargeant, A. and Tempel, E. (2003) Leading and plotting the future. In: International Fundraising Congress, Amsterdam, Holland, October, 2003.
Tapp, A. (2003) Blowing bubbles forever - Or just till next season? The West Ham syndrome revisited. In: Academy of Marketing Conference, Aston, UK, July, 2003.
Tapp, A. (2003) Crossing the academic - practice chasm: a blueprint for applied academics. In: Academy of Marketing Conference, Aston, UK, July, 2003.
Tapp, A. (2003) Practising what we preach: An examination of academic-practitioner relationships. In: Relationship Marketing Colloquium, University of Gloucestershire, September, 2003.
Tapp, A., Hicks, K. and Stone, M. (2003) The use of direct marketing in higher education. In: Higher Education Marketers Conference , Cardiff, UK, September, 2003.
Devine, L. (2003) State mechanisms for interference with parental autonomy: Issues of intervention. MPhil, University of Bristol.