Items where SHU Author is "Austen, Liz"
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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.
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.
AUSTEN, Liz (2016). Police and Crime Commissioners : emerging 'drug policy actors'? Safer Communities, 15 (1), 4-10.
AUSTEN, Liz (2015). Designing in student engagement via course design. In: LTA Conference, Sheffield Hallam University, 25th June 2015.
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.
AUSTEN, L. (2009). The social construction of risk by young people. Health, risk and society, 11 (5), 451-470.
CHADEE, D., AUSTEN, L. and DITTON, J. (2007). The relationship between likelihood and fear of criminal victimisation: evaluating risk sensitivity as a mediating concept. .