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Penny Welch and Susan Wright

anonymity of the answers encourages less confident students to participate. The author's own survey of students produced similar findings, and he has used three of the emerging themes – the value of light-hearted competition between students, tests as an aid

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Mike Neary and Joss Winn

-operation. Discussions were wide-ranging. Most interview participants (and workshop participants, too) declined anonymity and are happy to be individually quoted. This suggests a high level of personal interest and engagement with the research; perhaps a sense of wanting

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Sam Pryke

could conceivably be used in sociology (or psychology) teaching. For example, in a criminology class, it might – with adequate warning, assurances of anonymity and details of organisations offering counselling and advice – be used to draw out experiences

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Shih-Hsiung Liu

. To maintain anonymity, a randomly chosen student assisted in retrieving the questionnaires. This method can be used to avoid the potential of students of being inclined to give positive feedback to teachers. Paper-and-pencil tests regarding the

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Anxiety and learning

Cultural polarisation in social science courses

Jose Leonardo Santos

than three years to over thirty. Most identified as straight and white. Most identified as female, the rest as male. To protect anonymity, a yearly updated list of unisex baby names from Cosmopolitan magazine ( Fabian-Weber and Newbould 2019 ) provided