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British Educational Research Journal

2012 Volume 38, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Identities of Dis/Ability and Music

    Michael Watts & Barbara Ridley

    Centring on a small-scale capability-based case study of music provision for adults with profound dis/abilities, this paper considers the significance of music and music education in people's lives... More

    pp. 353-372

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  2. The Role of Response Biases in the Relationship between Students' Perceptions of Their Courses and Their Approaches to Studying in Higher Education

    John T. E. Richardson

    Questionnaire surveys have found a strong relationship between students' perceptions of their courses and their approaches to studying, but this might result from the operation of response biases. ... More

    pp. 399-418

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