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How To Succeed In Tort Law Studies

by Jodi Gardner


Why Sarah Green and Jodi Gardner were driven to writing a new Tort Law textbook.

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Organizational Behaviour In The Pandemic Workplace

by John Bratton and Lori Rilkoff

Professor John Bratton and Canadian writer Lori Rilkoff explore the importance of evidence-based organizational behaviour in understanding and shaping the contemporary workplace.

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Black Lives Matter — the Rise Of Future Forms, Genres And Modes

by Eugen Bacon

In a continued response to global events, Black writing in all its future forms, genres and modes is growing in recognition, casting a spotlight on artistic people of colour in the world of publishing, writes Eugen Bacon, author of Writing Speculative Fiction.

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How To Engage Students When Teaching Remotely

by Catherine Flynn and Bella Ross

Catherine Flynn and Bella Ross explore practical strategies for overcoming the challenges of teaching writing skills online.

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Thinking Like A Political Economist: How The Covid Pandemic Reveals The Realities Of Global Capitalism

by Ben Clift


Global capitalism is perennially ravaged by crises, most recently COVID. So how can we make sense of government economic policy responses?

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How To Spot A Liar: Look Less And Listen More

by Thomas Davis

Thomas Davis, author of Forensic Psychology: Fact and Fiction reveals the truth about lies, challenging some popular misconceptions about lie detector tests whilst revealing some more humble methods for sussing out who's lying.

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