The Aha! effect is a common human experience, it is a moment of insight when clarity occurs. Academic writers experience the Aha! moment in their writing journeys. It could occur at the point when you need creative insight to solve… Read More ›
“New social science departments could also help to better train students by engaging in new types of pedagogy. For example, in the natural sciences, even college freshmen do laboratory experiments. Why is this rare in the social sciences? When students… Read More ›
“Time management skills and extensive reading can help students develop a sophisticated set of research questions”. Read the full article here: Tips for developing PhD research questions | News | Times Higher Education.
Constructive feedback involves giving both positive and negative aspects of something. Feedback helps in making necessary adjustments that will help in enhancing ones effectiveness. It is expected that if you look at feedback as constructive it should make you better… Read More ›
Media representations of a bank can significantly influence the bank customers’ perceptions and decision-making. The aim of this paper is to apply content analysis to understand how the Co-operative (Co-op) bank has been discussed in the news and to specifically,… Read More ›
This paper examines historical evidences of networking among Liverpool merchants and Africa entrepreneurs in the Bight of Biafra (present South-eastern Nigeria) during the Triangular Trade… Read abstract or download here.