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Cousin,G (2012) Global citizenship: climbing out of the box
AISHE-J: The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in
Higher Education, 4(1)
Glynis Cousin and Robert Fine (2012) ‘A
common cause: Re-connecting the study of racism and antisemitism’,
European Societies, special Issue on 'Racism and
Antisemitism', eds. Christine Achinger and Robert Fine, 14
(2), pp.166 -185
Cousin, G (2012) Getting our students to
engage: review of two key contributions 10 years on (invited
review) Higher Education Research and Development, Vol 31,
issue 1, 2012, pp.15-20
Fanghanel, J & Cousin G. (2011) ‘Worldly’
Pedagogy: a case study on learning across conflict at university,
Teaching in Higher Education 17(1).
Cousin, G. (2011) Rethinking the concept of ‘western'.
Higher Education Research & Development,
Cousin, G. (2010) Positioning Postionality:
the Reflexive Turn, in Savin-Baden, M and Howell Major, C.
(eds) New Approaches to Qualitative Research, Wisdom
and Uncertainty, London: Routledge Education.
Cousin, G. (2009) Researching Learning in
Higher Education. New York: Routledge.
Cousin, G. (2008) Threshold concepts: old wine
in new bottles, in Land, R., Meyer, J.H. and Smith, J.
(eds) Threshold concepts in the disciplines, Rotterdam:
Cousin, G. (2007) Thinking with data,
Educational Developments, 8(1),
Cousin, G. (2006) Threshold concepts,
troublesome knowledge and emotional capital: an exploration into
learning about others. in Meyer, J. H. and Land, R. (eds.)
Overcoming Barriers to Student Understanding: Threshold
Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge Oxford:
Cousin, G. (2005) Case Study Research.
Journal of Geography Higher Education,
Cousin, G. and Deepwell, F. (2005) Designs for
network learning: a communities of practice perspective.
Studies in Higher Education, 30(1),
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