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Brant, J; Lines, D; Unwin, A; (1998) Global Markets, Business Education and Ethical Dilemma's. In: Bourn, D and Lambert, D, (eds.) Global Perspectives in Initial Teacher Education: Training teachers for tomorrow. (pp. 44-46). Development Education Association (DEA): London.


Foster, S; (1998) Politics, Parallels and Perennial Curriculum Questions: The Battle Over School History in England and the United States. The Curriculum Journal , 9 pp. 153-164.

Foster, S; Yeager, E; (1998) The Role of Empathy in the Development of Historical Understanding. International Journal of Social Education , 13 (1) pp. 1-7.


Noss, R; Pratt, D; (1998) The Co-ordination of Meanings for Randomness. In: (pp. pp. 17-24).

Noss, R; Pratt, D; (1998) Expressions of Control in Stochastic Processes. In: (pp. pp. 1041-1047).


Osler, A; Starkey, H; (1998) Children's rights and citizenship: Some implications for the management of schools. International Journal of Children's Rights , 6 (3) pp. 313-333. 10.1163/15718189820494085.


Smith, WS; McLaughlin, E; Tunnicliffe, SD; (1998) Effect on primary level students of inservice teacher education in an informal science setting. Journal of Science Teacher Education , 9 (2) pp. 123-142. 10.1023/A:1009477616767.


Tunnicliffe, SD; (1998) Boy talk girl talk: is it the same at animal exhibits? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENCE EDUCATION , 20 (7) pp. 795-811. 10.1080/0950069980200704.


Yeager, E; Anderson, T; Morris, JW; Maley, SD; Foster, S; (1998) Why People in the Past Acted as They Did?: An Exploratory Study in Historical Empathy. International Journal of Social Education , 13 (1) pp. 8-24.

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