David Ridley

David is a lecturer in the English and Languages department at Coventry University, where he teaches English and Journalism, Pre-sessional English, and Add+Vantage German. David is also a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Sociology at the University of Birmingham, where he is currently studying for a Ph.D in Sociology. His thesis explores the concept of “public sociology”, the limitations of emancipatory knowledge production within the academy and the idea of sociology as an everyday practice. David’s general research interests include critical pedagogy and the politics and sociology of (higher) education. David is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.   David Ridley School of Humanities Faculty of Arts and Humanities Coventry University, Priory St Coventry CV1 5FB 024 7688 7688 ab1955@coventry.ac.uk

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The Efficacy of Student-Led Seminars for Critical Thinking

Background During the second semester of the academic year 2013/2014) at Coventry University I was given the opportunity to design half a second-year undergraduate module, called Democracy and the Media, which is currently a core module on the English and

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