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Democratising the learning process: the use of Twitter in the teaching of Politics and International Relations
Twitter has become an established feature of the contemporary landscape. It has been used by, among others, politicians, political parties, governments, international organisations, charities, think-tanks and individuals ...
The role of research proposals in business and management education
This paper explores the use of research proposals within business and management education. The implicit learning objectives contained in producing research proposals are described and evaluated in terms of learning about ...
What feedback do students want?
The feedback that students receive on their assignments has been subject to a great deal of debate in Universities across the globe. Whereas academics regularly complain that students do not engage with feedback by citing ...
The Tea Party Movement: The New Mad Hatters?
Globalisation before the crash: the City of London and UK economic strategy
(Taylor and Francis, 2013)
US Multinationals and the Control of Subsidiary Employment Policies
(Cornell University Press, 2013)