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Re-evaluating English personal naming on the eve of the Conquest: Re-evaluating English personal naming (2018)
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Chetwood, J. (2018). Re-evaluating English personal naming on the eve of the Conquest: Re-evaluating English personal naming. Early Medieval Europe, 26(4), 518-547. https://doi.org/10.1111/emed.12298

Between 850 and 1150, the names of the people of England underwent a fundamental transformation. The old Germanic system of dithematic naming was replaced by a system of indivisible names in which a diminishing number of names became shared by an inc... Read More about Re-evaluating English personal naming on the eve of the Conquest: Re-evaluating English personal naming.

The best-achieving Online Students are overrepresented in Course Ratings (2018)
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Tejeiro, R., Whitelock-Wainwright, A., Perez, A., & Urbina-Garcia, A. (2018). The best-achieving Online Students are overrepresented in Course Ratings. European Journal of Open Education and e-Learning Studies, 3(2), 43-58. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1456188

Student ratings are the most used and influential measure of performance in Higher Education, and an integral component of formative and summative decision making. This may be particularly relevant in the relatively new online courses, where the peda... Read More about The best-achieving Online Students are overrepresented in Course Ratings.

Researching good practices to overcome prison. Deinstitutionalisation of mental hospitals and slavery abolition: what works? (2018)
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Santorso, S. (2018). Researching good practices to overcome prison. Deinstitutionalisation of mental hospitals and slavery abolition: what works?. Revista Brasileira de Ciencias Criminais, 144(1), 553-572

Abstract: In this article, my purpose is to frame and analyse two experiences of dismantling oppressive institutions to have a better understanding of the possible and effective prison abolitionism praxis. For that purpose, I will consider two specif... Read More about Researching good practices to overcome prison. Deinstitutionalisation of mental hospitals and slavery abolition: what works?.

Being dialogic with the pragmatic literacies of late medieval England (2018)
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Salter, E. (2018). Being dialogic with the pragmatic literacies of late medieval England. English, 67(257), 163-180. doi:10.1093/english/efy023

© The Author(s) 2018. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the English Association. This article uses last will and testaments from several regions of England as a major source of evidence for the ways that the majority of medieval peopl... Read More about Being dialogic with the pragmatic literacies of late medieval England.

The Role of Interest and Enjoyment in Determining Students’ Approach to Learning (2018)
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Holmes, A. G. (2018). The Role of Interest and Enjoyment in Determining Students’ Approach to Learning. Educational Process: International Journal, 7(2), 140-150. doi:10.22521/edupij.2018.72.4

This paper provides information about findings from a recent research project that provides a new insight into how students’ approaches to learning may be impacted by their level of interest in and enjoyment of the topic being studied. The data from... Read More about The Role of Interest and Enjoyment in Determining Students’ Approach to Learning.

Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology (2018)
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Baugh, C. F. (2018). Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology. Theatre and performance design, 4(1-2), 83-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/23322551.2018.1464843

This article explores the value of digital reconstruction practice to the theatre historian in general but in particular the historian concerned with exploring visual histories offered by the areas of theatre design and architecture. It will articula... Read More about Haptic insights: model making as historical methodology.

Imprisoned mothers in Victorian England, 1853–1900: Motherhood, identity and the convict prison (2018)
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Johnston, H. (2019). Imprisoned mothers in Victorian England, 1853–1900: Motherhood, identity and the convict prison. Criminology & criminal Justice, 19(2), 215-231. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895818757833

This article explores the experiences of imprisoned mothers in the Victorian convict prison system. It argues that motherhood, of central importance to the ideals of Victorian femininity, was disrupted and fractured by women's long-term imprisonment... Read More about Imprisoned mothers in Victorian England, 1853–1900: Motherhood, identity and the convict prison.

Malaria, water management, and identity in the English lowlands (2018)
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Bankoff, G. (2018). Malaria, water management, and identity in the English lowlands. Environmental History, 23(3), 470-494. https://doi.org/10.1093/envhis/emx137

Much of the eastern seaboard of England lying between East Yorkshire and the Pevensey Levels in Kent constitutes an English Lowlands, a distinctive region characterized by large areas of marsh and fen, and a subculture borne out of the vicissitudes a... Read More about Malaria, water management, and identity in the English lowlands.

Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis (2018)
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Clisby, S. (2018). Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis. Studies on Home and Community Science, 11(2), 57-65. https://doi.org/10.1080/09737189.2017.1420382

In this practical methodological piece I provide an illustration of what form gender analysis training might take. This is an example of training that I have devised and employed in various ways and formats in my work with a range of NGOs and non-sta... Read More about Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis.