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The Edge of the City: Creative Practices that Transform the Urban
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013)
Visual Imagination and the Mediation of Semiosis : Intertext and the Real in Thomas Hardy's 'Jude the Obscure'
The writing of Thomas Hardy cannot be readily defined as an embodiment of the Realistic tradition. His too-liminal status as the last Victorian novelist, regional writer, and a collector of English rustics, has been ...
What do the Words not Say? : Ethnographic Field and Visual Ethnography, Videoing in the London Suburb of Plumstead
This paper is a poetical interpretation of the findings from visual ethnography completed in South East London. It contains poetical fragments juxtaposed with the empirical evidence representing the current approach to ...
A Degree in Advertising : an unwanted child of the business. Why academia and advertising should not be bridged.
According to the directives bestowed on British Higher Education in the aftermath of the 1992 educational reform, employability, which became the responsibility of educational institutions, and employment, which stayed in ...
The Paradoxical Position of Self-reflection in Teaching and Assessment in Higher Education : How the application of blogging challenges learning habits
The main aim of the paper is to observe how blogging affects self-reflection. The application of blogs is discussed, based on the case study from a Year One module. A process of implementing and delivering this method ...