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Competition for the International Pool of Talent
Comparing teacher roles in Denmark and England
This article reports the findings of a comparative study of teaching in Denmark and England; its broader aim is to help develop an approach for comparing pedagogy. Lesson observations and interviews identified the range ...
The role of Big Data in explaining disaster resilience in supply chains for sustainability
The purpose of this paper is to propose and test a theoretical framework to explain resilience in supply chain networks for sustainability using unstructured Big Data, based upon 36,422 items gathered in the form of tweets, ...
OUTRAGEOUS VIOLATIONS: ENABLING STUDENTS TO INTERPRET NINETEENTH CENTURY NEWSPAPER REPORTS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND RAPE
This article is divided into two parts: the first highlights some of the difficulties and limitations for students and tutors who wish to explore the historiography of rape and sexual assault. In particular it addresses ...
Police Funding Arrangements in Engand and Wales: Report to the NRCN
In mid-2015 the Home Office presented for consultation its proposed Revised Funding Formula Model for policing. In the face of serious concerns raised by Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) and other stakeholders, the ...
Creating an international curriculum: why and how?
Today’s globally interconnected world offers a vast array of new opportunities, but it has simultaneously created a need for greater intercultural understanding (Koehne, 2006). The current rise of internationalisation ...