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This holistic How to guide provides practical advice on conducting meaningful research within the social sciences, focusing on practices which are sensitive and bespoke. Mapping out the field and inviting further exploration, its insights reflect lessons from a wide variety of social science research projects, all of which have crucial epistemological and methodological consequences. This title contains one or more Open Access chapters.

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A Guide for Mid-Career Scholars: Second Edition

This thoroughly updated edition of a classic career guide closes the research-practitioner gap and carefully considers the obstacles faced by researchers pursuing an academic career. From applying for grants to supervising Ph.D. students, the book utilises practical research and real experiences to illustrate how marketing scholars can strike a healthy working balance between teaching and research to find success in academia.

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Providing a wealth of advice surrounding different ways of working, collaborating and thinking about your writing, this illuminating How to guide acts as an essential sourcebook for academics at any career stage. Seonaidh McDonald shares authentic stories, offers countless suggestions and provides key resources to help you progress your academic writing.

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A Practical Introduction

How to Use Digital Learning with Confidence and Creativity is an accessible guide to key topics in the complex field of digital learning. It offers advice and insights on a range of ethical, pedagogical, ideological, and strategic challenges arising at the intersection of digital technology and teaching practice.

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A Guide to Developing Authors

This timely guide provides detailed advice to help editors become more effective at aiding their authors’ scholarly development and creating ethical, values-based manuscript assessment processes. A key book for journal editors at any stage in their career, it sheds light on tried-and-true strategies for growing their editorial toolkit.

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Developing Discipline Competences and Transformation Capabilities

This timely book presents a nuanced exploration of the key pedagogical, theoretical and practical challenges facing modern business educators and students. Bringing together a cross-disciplinary team of experts, it highlights the importance of equipping students with the capabilities and mindset necessary to manage new and emerging societal problems.

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This essential Handbook outlines the latest research on operations management teaching, and identifies new developments in the overall trends of (de)globalisation, sustainability and digitalisation. It highlights contemporary developments in teaching practice, providing theoretical insights into potential future pedagogical directions.

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Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

Drawing on the insights and experiences of authors, editors, and publishing professionals across the humanities, arts and social sciences, this How to guide offers practical advice on how to successfully navigate scholarly journal editorial work.

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This cutting-edge book argues that the best way to advance the future of management education is to nurture scholars who take a fascination in the intellectual field itself. Moving beyond recent trends in the scholarship, Stuart Middleton investigates the underlying beliefs of key approaches to management education, identifying important avenues for future contributions to the field.

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European Perspectives on Societal Impact Evaluation

This insightful book explores the answers to two ongoing debates: how should societal impact of research be measured and to what extent national research evaluation systems are fit for purpose?

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