Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales posted on 21 Jan 2016
Ancient population expansions and dispersals often leave enduring signatures in the cultural traditions of their descendants, as well as in their genes and
Why Study About Children's Literature? posted on 06 Jan 2016
This piece of research is concerned with what a group of second year undergraduate students on an Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) degree course
For the Good Old Cause: trade unionism, the Communist Party of Great Britain and the post-war novel 1950-1965 posted on 11 Dec 2015
It is... no co-incidence that depictions of trade unions and trade unionism in British novels written following the end of World War Two are dominated by .
Scholarly Culture and Academic Performance in 42 Nations posted on 09 Dec 2015
Published in the Oxford journal Social Forces
The Road To 1984 posted on 04 Dec 2015
This research paper looks at the way authors of fiction in the UK presented the events of the 1984-5 Miners' Strike.
Literature Review: The impact of reading for pleasure and empowerment posted on 30 Nov 2015
"This literature review was commissioned by The Reading Agency and conducted by BOP Consulting between March and June 2015.
Towards a genderless society: Androgyny in late 20th century fiction by Jane Allcroft posted on 16 Nov 2015
This dissertation will look at the concept of androgyny and the form this takes in contemporary novels, focusing on four different works of fiction
Outside In World : Reading the Way posted on 13 Nov 2015
New Research into 'Inclusive and Accessible' Children's Books from Around the World
Reading aloud to children: the evidence posted on 12 Nov 2015
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Reading Between the Lines: the Benefits of Reading for Pleasure posted on 07 Nov 2015
This study explored the emotional, social and psychological benefits to adults of regular reading for pleasure