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Why Bother with Open Education?
(SCORE The Open University, 2013-03)
Facilitation and groupwork tasks in self-directed groupwork
Changes in the Chlorophyll Content and Cytokinin Levels in the Top Three Leaves of New Plant Type Rice During Grain Filling
This paper reports the ways that the differences in leaf senescence are related to grain filling, grain yield, and the dynamics of cytokinins (CKs) in the top three leaves of four field-grown new plant type (NPT) rice, a ...
The mobile device: A new folk instrument?
(Cambridge University Press, 2013)
“The view ‘Down Under’": Australian Isma’ili Muslim youth and the quest for identity.
Populist media depictions of Islam as being at odds with the West in a ‘clash of civilizations’ have caused young Muslims living in Western contexts to feel increasingly pressured to establish their identity and allegiances. ...
Introduction: research and levels of intercultural learning.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
Close But Not Too Close: Friendship as Method(ology) in Ethnographic Research Encounters
“Friendship as method” is a relatively underexplored—and often unacknowledged—method, even within ethnographic inquiry. In this article, we consider the use of friendship as method in general, and situate this in relation ...