Items where SHU Author is "Austen, Liz"

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JONES-DEVITT, Stella, AUSTEN, Liz, IRWIN, Brian, MCDONALD, Kieran and PARKIN, Helen (2017). Are all students 'hard to reach' in a digital higher education (H.E.) context? The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change, 3 (1), 147-158.

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JONES-DEVITT, Stella, AUSTEN, Liz, CHITWOOD, Elizabeth, DONNELLY, Alan, FEARN, Carolyn, HEATON, Caroline, LATHAM, Gabrielle, LEBIHAN, Jill, MIDDLETON, Andrew, MORGAN, Matthew, PARKIN, Helen and PICKERING, Nathaniel (2017). Creation and confidence: BME students as academic partners…but where were the staff? Journal of Educational Innovation Partnership and Change, 3 (1), 278-285.

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JONES-DEVITT, Stella, AUSTEN, Liz and PARKIN, Helen (2017). Integrative Reviewing for exploring complex phenomena. Social Research Update (66).

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AUSTEN, Liz, HEATON, Caroline, JONES-DEVITT, Stella and PICKERING, Nathaniel (2017). Why is the BME attainment gap such a wicked problem? The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change, 3 (1).

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AUSTEN, Liz (2016). Balancing academic gatekeeping and interpersonal positioning: a qualitative analysis of written feedback to undergraduate students. Practitioner Research in Higher Education, 10 (2), 67-81.

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AUSTEN, Liz, PARKIN, Helen, JONES-DEVITT, Stella, MCDONALD, Kieran and IRWIN, Brian (2016). Digital capability and teaching excellence: an integrative review exploring what infrastructure and strategies are necessary to support effective use of technology enabled learning (TEL). Project Report. Gloucester, The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education.

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AUSTEN, Liz (2016). Police and Crime Commissioners : emerging 'drug policy actors'? Safer Communities, 15 (1), 4-10.

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AUSTEN, Liz (2015). Designing in student engagement via course design. In: LTA Conference, Sheffield Hallam University, 25th June 2015.

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AUSTEN, Liz and COWBURN, Malcolm (2013). Postmodernism and criminological thought : ‘Whose science? Whose knowledge?’. In: COWBURN, Malcolm, DUGGAN, Marian, ROBINSON, Ann and SENIOR, Paul, (eds.) Values in Criminology and Community Justice. Bristol, Policy Press, 21-38.

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AUSTEN, L. (2009). The social construction of risk by young people. Health, risk and society, 11 (5), 451-470.

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CHADEE, D., AUSTEN, L. and DITTON, J. (2007). The relationship between likelihood and fear of criminal victimisation: evaluating risk sensitivity as a mediating concept. .

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