In the penultimate article of his series, Dexter Booth defines what we mean by an ‘imaginary’ number
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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…
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.
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.
We get to know MIHE's Psychology Publisher, Luke Block, with our 10 questions
Clive Sealey makes the case for why studying social policy is so important to social work practice.