Professor Christopher Park

Emeritus Professor

Redefining the doctorate.
Park, C. 2007 Higher Education Academy, 52 p.
Discussion paper

New Variant PhD:the changing nature of the doctorate in the UK.
Park, C. 07/2005 In: Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. 27, 2, p. 189-207. 19 p.
Journal article

Introduction to British rivers
Park, C.C. 2005 In: Rivers and the British landscape. Lancaster : Carnegie Publishing p. 1-28. 29 p. ISBN: 185936120X 9781859361207.

Religion and geography.
Park, C.C. 2005 In: The Routledge companion to the study of religion. London : Routledge 556 p. ISBN: 0415333113.

Rivers and the British Landscape
Owen, S., Pooley, C.G., Folkard, A.M., Park, C., Clark, G., Watson, N. 2005 Lancaster : Carnegie Press. 243 p. ISBN: 185936120X , 9781859361207.

War of attrition: patterns of non-completion amongst postgraduate research students.
Park, C. 2005 In: Higher Education Review -London-. 38, 1, p. 48-53. 6 p.
Journal article

Why do we have rivers in Britain?
Park, C.C. 2005 In: Rivers and the British landscape. Lancaster : Carnegie Publishing p. 29-50. 22 p. ISBN: 185936120X 9781859361207.

Rebels without a clause: towards an institutional framework for dealing with plagiarism by students.
Park, C. 08/2004 In: Journal of Further and Higher Education. 28, 3, p. 291-306. 16 p.
Journal article

The Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA): lessons from North American experience.
Park, C. 07/2004 In: Teaching in Higher Education. 9, 3, p. 349-361. 13 p.
Journal article

In other (people's) words: plagiarism by university students - literature and lessons.
Park, C. 10/2003 In: Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. 28, 5, p. 471-488. 18 p.
Journal article

Engaging students in the learning process: the learning journal
Park, C. 07/2003 In: Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 27, 2, p. 183-199. 17 p.
Journal article

Levelling the playing field: towards best practice in the doctoral viva.
Park, C. 2003 In: Journal of Graduate Education. 36, 1, p. 47-67. 21 p.
Journal article

Neither fish now fowl: the perceived benefits and problems of using Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) to teach undergraduate students.
Park, C. 2002 In: Higher Education Review -London-. 35, 1, p. 50-62. 13 p.
Journal article

The donkey in the department? Insights into the Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) experience in the UK.
Park, C., Ramos, M. 2002 In: Journal of Graduate Education. 3, p. 47-53. 7 p.
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