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- Perceptions of poverty levels: a long view August 19, 2019 Guest Blogger
- Is truth-seeking inherently conservative? August 16, 2018 Ben Baumberg Geiger
- Does diversity help students learn about inequality? July 2, 2018 Ben Baumberg Geiger
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In a guest post, Jenny Morris explains piece-by-piece why the dominant all-party UK story on incapacity is wrong. The piece was originally posted on her blog, jennymorrisnet.blogspot.com. This is the start of a renewed focus on disability issues on the … Continue reading
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