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By O'Donoghue, Peter; Holmes, Lucy; Robinson, Gemma
The research project or dissertation has become a core component of any good degree programme. This incredibly useful book provides a complete step-by-step guide to doing a research project in sport performance analysis. It covers the whole research process, from identifying a re...search question and system development, to data collection, data analysis and discussing and writing up results. The book introduces the fundamentals of project planning and management, highlights the importance of research ethics, and explains the differences between successful undergraduate and postgraduate projects. This is an indispensable guide for any student working in sport performance analysis.Read more
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Edited by Benwell, Bethan; Procter, James; Robinson, Gemma
Without readers and audiences, viewers and consumers, the postcolonial would be literally unthinkable. And yet, postcolonial critics have historically neglected the modes of reception and consumption that make up the politics, and pleasures of meaning-making during and after empi...re. Thus, while recent criticism and theory has made large claims for reading; as an ethical act; as a means of establishing collective, quasi-political consciousness; as identification with difference; as a mode of resistance; and as an impulsion to the public imagination, the reader in postcolonial literary studies persists as a shadowy figure. This collection answers the now pressing need for a distinctively postcolonial take on the rapidly expanding area of reader and reception studies. Written by some of the top scholars in the field, these essays reveal readers and reception to be varied and profoundly unstable subjects that challenge many of our assumptions and preconceptions of the postcolonial a from the notion of reading as national fellowship to the demands of an ethics of reading.Read more
Edited by Kay, Jackie; Procter, James; Robinson, Gemma
Britain's black and Asian poets map the country through their poems.
By Carter, Martin; Edited by Robinson, Gemma
The Guyanese poet Martin Carter (1927-97) was one of the foremost Caribbean writers of the 20th century. He wrote about slavery, Amerindian history and Indian Indentureship in relation to contemporary concerns. Wise, angry and hopeful, Carter's poetry voices a life lived in times... of public and private crisis.Read more
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