Monthly Archives: November 2014

Grammars, Comps, and Volunteering

So, a new article (by me) was published today. Entitled ‘Recruiting young volunteers in an area of education: a qualitative case study’, it’s the fourth paper to be published from my PhD (following on from explorations of volunteer motivations, volunteering … Continue reading

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Poppy, Arse, Consumption

A new article today on Conservative Home by Luke de Pulford asks questions about British values: what are they? how do we define them? and are we too timid in defining them? De Pulford does this by comparing the British … Continue reading

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