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Teaching Politics in UK Universities: A Survey of the Profession
(Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences, 2007)
In recent years one of the most significant changes in UK Universities has been the increased use of virtual learning environments (VLE) as a method of supporting learning and teaching. This has in part been influenced by ...
Accounting professionals and CPD: attitudes and engagement - some survey evidence.
Self-perceived employability: development and validation of a scale
(Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 2007)
Measuring business relationship success: The case of an industrial textiles manufacturer.
(The Leicester Business School Occasional Papers, 2007-10)
This exploratory paper investigates why some companies appear to find successful business relationships relatively effortless. It seems that the organisation’s search for and utilisation of key resources can guarantee ...
Composting and organic farming for isolated communities: a case study of Alderney
(Alliance for Global Sustainability, 2007-03-18)
Citizenship appears to be one of the new buzz words, not just in education, but covering many aspects of our lives. Typing the word ‘citizenship’ into the Google search engine, for example, results in over 1.7 million ...
Evaluating Local Strategic Partnerships: Theory and Practice of Change
Introduction: Local Strategic Partnerships (LSPs) are a major recent innovation in English local Governance (Aulakh et al, 2002; Hastings, 2003). Their role is crucial to the success of a number of other government policies ...
The Limits of Partnership: An Exit-Action Strategy for Local Democratic Inclusion
The challenge of enhancing the ‘democratic anchorage’ of partnerships has become a central concern in policy studies. Radical reform proposals designed to level the deliberative playing field include community veto powers ...
The Changing Orientation Of Marketing: An Emerging Post-Modern Perspective, Strategic Change
This paper argues that British society, together with the other parts of the post-industrial world, is undergoing extraordinary change. Moreover, this change seems to be affecting all people and institutions.This paper ...