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ABSTRACT: The recent emergence of distributed leadership has been very marked. In England, it has received official endorsement. But the evidence-base which supports this endorsement is weak: thereExpand
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Use of hearing AIDS and assistive listening devices in an older Australian population.
BACKGROUND Hearing loss is a common sensory impairment experienced by older persons. Evidence shows that the use of hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices (ALDs) can benefit those with aExpand
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Incidence and predictors of hearing aid use and ownership among older adults with hearing loss.
PURPOSE The reasons are not clear as to why people who need hearing aids and possess them do not use them. We aimed to describe the incidence and predictors of hearing aid ownership and use amongExpand
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Paradigms: How Far Does Research in Distributed Leadership ‘Stretch’?
Burrell and Morgan’s widely-cited ‘Sociological Paradigms and Organizational Analysis’ is applied here to research on distributed leadership in education. Nearly all of the extant research isExpand
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Rethinking Teacher Education: Collaborative Responses to Uncertainty
1. Three Themes and One Overview 2. Political and Economic Uncertainty and Teacher Education 3. Philosophical Uncertainty and Teacher Education 4. Modernist Policy Solutions 5. Psychology: an AgentExpand
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Education policy, distributed leadership and socio‐cultural theory
A current characteristic of governance in the public services in England is the advocacy of a permeation of once‐discrete organizational and professional structures. New configurations are beingExpand
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Personalisation: the nostalgic revival of child‐centred education?
Personalisation is an emerging ‘movement’ within education. Its roots reside in marketing theory, not in educational theory. As a concept it admits a good deal of confusion. It can refer either to aExpand
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A multi-species epidemic model with spatial dynamics.
A model is formulated that describes the spatial propagation of a disease that can be transmitted between multiple species. The spatial component consists, for each species, of a certain number ofExpand
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Personalisation: the emerging ‘revised’ code of education?
In England, a ‘revised’ educational code appears to be emerging. It centres upon the concept of ‘personalisation’. Its basis is less in educational theory, more in contemporary marketing theory.Expand
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Investigation of the Actions Taken by Adults Who Failed a Telephone-Based Hearing Screen
Objectives: Hearing impairment constitutes a highly prevalent chronic health condition among older adults worldwide which negatively impacts on communication and health-related quality of life.Expand
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