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Imaginary Numbers

by Dexter Booth


In the penultimate article of his series, Dexter Booth defines what we mean by an ‘imaginary’ number

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Taking A Long View Of Linguistics

by Kim Ballard

The history of linguistics is a rich and varied subject, although one that doesn’t always receive its fair share of attention. Kim Ballard looks at its appeal for students…

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How To Introduce Lingusitic Students To Journal Articles

by Paul McPherron and Trudy Smoke


While reading original research may be a challenge for undergraduates, learning to read journal articles can enhance the classroom experience and prepare students of linguistics to better conduct and write up their own research.

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Why Should Students Be Lazy Radicals?

by Jane Fenton


You don’t have to be a political activist to take a radical approach to social work. Jane Fenton makes the case for why social work students should be ‘lazy radicals’ in their daily practice.

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10 Questions: Luke Block, Psychology Publisher At MIHE

by Luke Block

We get to know MIHE's Psychology Publisher, Luke Block, with our 10 questions

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Putting The Social Policy Back Into Social Work Practice

by Clive Sealey


Clive Sealey makes the case for why studying social policy is so important to social work practice.

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