Stephen Johnson

Stephen Johnson
University of Sussex · Doctoral School

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Stephen Johnson currently works at the Department of Government, The University of the West Indies at Mona. Stephen does research in Quantitative Social Research, Social Policy and Qualitative Social Research. Their most recent publication is 'The knowledge, attitudes and practices of doctors regarding antibiotic resistance at a tertiary care institution in the Caribbean'.

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Since 2017, CARICOM member states have been divided in the positions they take on Organization of American States (OAS) resolutions addressing political instability in Venezuela. This article uses a neorealism framework to determine whether or not the provision of energy investments by Venezuela and the United States to CARICOM member countries is...
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Background Antibiotic resistance (ABR) is a serious threat that requires coordinated global intervention to prevent its spread. There is limited data from the English-speaking Caribbean. Methods As part of a national programme to address antibiotic resistance in Jamaica, a survey of the knowledge, attitudes and antibiotic prescribing practices of...
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We are grateful to the Regional Fund for Digital Innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean (FRIDA) for their generous financial support of this research project. We also wish to recognize the support from the Centre of Leadership and Governance, the University of the West Indies, Mona (UWI) for helping to complete this research. Most importantl...
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This study investigates the role of the ICT ecosystem within the informal business sectors of rural and urban Jamaica, relying on an exploratory collective case study methodology to highlight the differences in how the use of mobile phones have facilitated and enhanced entrepreneurial opportunities for business operators existing in the informal ec...
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A review of mainstream and avant-garde research methods texts as well as the scholarly survey methodology space has highlighted the importance of managing the survey field moment of the quantitative research process. This same review has also revealed the absence of any sophisticated techniques and tools within these spaces that can enhance the sur...

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Identify how and in what ways Small Island Developing States SIDS are enhancing their trade performance.