Brace for impact 2

August 6, 2009

Keith Flett mentions Max Clifford, but Flett is the greater self-publicist. My research into publicly cited criminologists was intended to be provocative. And, taking Roger Brown's point on the need for impact assessment to include student learning, both should be assured that I see this as one role of public "ologies" - but another is that the public could benefit from learning, too.

Nic Groombridge, St Mary's University College.

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