Morag Bell
Morag Bell
Department of Geography, Loughborough University
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Home literacy activities and their influence on early literacy skills.
MA Evans, D Shaw, M Bell
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2000
Therapy by design: evaluating the UK hospital building program
W Gesler, M Bell, S Curtis, P Hubbard, S Francis
Health & place 10 (2), 117-128, 2004
Introduction: Geography and imperialism, 1820-1940
M Bell
Geography and imperialism 1820-1940, 1-12, 1995
Letter names, letter sounds and phonological awareness: An examination of kindergarten children across letters and of letters across children
MA Evans, M Bell, D Shaw, S Moretti, J Page
Reading and writing 19 (9), 959-989, 2006
Aid and the geopolitics of the post‐colonial: Critical reflections on New Labour’s overseas development strategy
D Slater, M Bell
Development and Change 33 (2), 335-360, 2002
Contemporary Africa: Development, culture and the state
M Bell
London (UK) Longman, 1986
The admission of women Fellows to the Royal Geographical Society, 1892-1914; the controversy and the outcome
M Bell, C McEwan
Geographical Journal, 295-312, 1996
Of plagues, planes and politics: controlling the global spread of infectious diseases by air
L Budd, M Bell, T Brown
Political Geography 28 (7), 426-435, 2009
Off the couch and on the move: global public health and the medicalisation of nature
T Brown, M Bell
Social Science & Medicine 64 (6), 1343-1354, 2007
The political ecology of dambo soil and water resources in Zimbabwe
M Bell, N Roberts
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 301-318, 1991
Airports, localities and disease: representations of global travel during the H1N1 pandemic
A Warren, M Bell, L Budd
Health & place 16 (4), 727-735, 2010
Use of dambos in rural development, with reference to Zimbabwe
M Bell
Loughborough University, Water Engineering and Development Centre, Dept. of …, 1987
The local impact of global climate change: reporting on landscape transformation and threatened identity in the English regional newspaper press
T Brown, L Budd, M Bell, H Rendell
Public Understanding of Science 20 (5), 658-673, 2011
Imperial or postcolonial governance? Dissecting the genealogy of a global public health strategy
T Brown, M Bell
Social Science & Medicine 67 (10), 1571-1579, 2008
Images, myths and alternative geographies of the Third World
M Bell
Human Geography, 174-199, 1994
'The Pestilence That Walketh in Darkness'. Imperial Health, Gender and Images of South Africa c. 1880-1910
M Bell
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 327-341, 1993
Maintaining the sanitary border: air transport liberalisation and health security practices at UK regional airports
L Budd, M Bell, A Warren
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36 (2), 268-279, 2011
American philanthropy, the Carnegie Corporation and poverty in South Africa
M Bell
Journal of Southern African Studies 26 (3), 481-504, 2000
Inquiring minds and postcolonial devices: examining poverty at a distance
M Bell
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 92 (3), 507-523, 2002
Language proficiency and the prediction of spontaneous rehearsal in children who are deaf
JM Bebko, MA Bell, A Metcalfe-Haggert, E McKinnon
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 68 (1), 51-69, 1998
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