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Reading as reconstruing: a social-semiotic and pragmatist approach to inner sign-making in the classroom
Even though the existence and importance of inner forms of sign-making are acknowledged in social-semiotic educational research, their contours have, none the less, yet to be charted in a systematic
Analysing the impacts of Universal Basic Income in the changing world of work: Challenges to the psychological contract and a future research agenda
Technological developments within advanced economies are impacting organisations and working lives With the advent of ‘Industry 4 0’, Universal Basic Income (UBI) is being cast as a potential
The Pragmatist Reader: Reading as a Meaning-making Transaction in the English Classroom
Rosenblatt’s transactional theory and Pike’s aesthetic model of reading both put the reader at the heart of the reading transaction. A re-envisionment of these approaches in terms of the pragmatist
To understand and be understood: facilitating interdisciplinary learning through the promotion of communicative competence
Abstract Whilst interdisciplinarity has become a central concern of research and learning in geography, few from the discipline have considered the practical facilitation of interdisciplinarity in
The Church of England, c. 1689-c. 1833 : from toleration to Tractarianism
1. Introduction: The Church and Anglicanism in the long 'eighteenth century' John Walsh and Stephen Taylor Part I. The Pastoral Work of the Church: 2. The eighteenth-century Reformation: the pastoral
WeGov 1 is an online-accessible toolbox for policy makers that provide tools and techniques to engage with citizens on well-established social networking sites (abr. SNS) to help them inject information into the SNS.
Making space for restoration: epistemological pluralism within mental health interventions in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
Global health policymakers have recently begun to focus their attention on high levels of untreated mental illness in low- and middle-income countries. They have, in turn, initiated a series of
The long shadows cast by the field: violence, trauma, and the ethnographic researcher
As more geographers utilise ethnographic methods to explore pressing contemporary issues such as abandonment, precarity, and resilience, they enter into research environments often defined by social