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The Conversation:(Accessed 11 April 2017)
The Open University (2008) Thinking critically
LearnHigher (2012) Tips for writing a critical essay http://www.learnhigher.ac.uk/ learning-at-university/ critical-thinking-and-reflection/ tips-for-writing-a-critical-essay/ (Accessed 11 April 2017)
LearnHigher (2016) Critical thinking and reflection tutorial http://www.learnhigher.ac.uk/ learning-at-university/ critical-thinking-and-reflection/ critical-thinking-and-reflection-tutorial/ (Accessed 11 April 2017)
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Activity 1: Archard, (2013) Adolescent Leadership: The Female Voice in Education Management Administration and Leadership 41(3) 336-351. Published by Sage
Box 1: extract from: Smith, B. and Goldblatt, D. (2004) ‘Whose health is it anyway?’ in Hinchliffe, S. and Woodward, K. (eds) The Natural and the Social: Uncertainty, Risk, Change, 2nd edn, Milton Keynes, Routledge/The Open University.
Table 2: adapted from: Cottrell, S. (1999) The Study Skills Handbook, London, Macmillan.
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