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Dissonant forms of 'memorising' and 'repetition'.

Meyer, J. H. F. and Shanahan, M. P. (2003) 'Dissonant forms of 'memorising' and 'repetition'.', Studies in higher education., 28 (1). pp. 5-20.


Examines the phenomenon of dissonant forms of memorizing and repetition from both location and structural perspectives. Attention is drawn to clear evidence that supports, in particular, an argument in favor of gender-response differences in both location and structural dissonance. Also illustrates how the isolation of dissonant response patterns may be approached analytically. (Author/EV)

Item Type:Article
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Keywords:Location dissonance, Structural dissonance, Gender.
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Record Created:11 Jan 2007
Last Modified:08 Apr 2009 16:26

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