Some More (Free) Psychology Textbooks

I’ve recently, for some reason, been collecting links to a number of free psychology textbooks – either books released under a Creative Commons licence, such

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Free Sociology Textbooks: A New Chapter

Over the past two or three years I’ve occasionally posted links to free, orphaned, sociology textbooks (by which I mean texts that have either been

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Free Sociology Textbooks: A New Batch of Contenders

Those of you with long(ish) memories may recall the previous posts in a series that delivers a variety of slightly out-of-date sociology textbooks found gathering

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Free Psychology Textbooks

Following soft on the heels of the open-source Psychology textbook comes a brief selection of additional psychology texts you and your students may or may

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Sociology Textbooks From Around The Web

A couple of days ago I posted a link to a free, open-source, textbook (Introduction to Sociology), the open-availability of which made me think about

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GCSE Sociology: Terms and Concepts Visualised

Free online Introductory Sociology Flipbook aimed at GCSE students. As you may be aware – I may have mentioned it once or twice – I

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A Whole Bundle of Risk

I think it’s fair to say Beck’s concepts of Risk and Risk Society aren’t well-covered at A-level, partly because his ideas are difficult to get

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50 Psychology Classics

Short, student-friendly, discussions of 50 classic psychology studies – from Adler to Thayer.

A useful way to introduce your students to a range of classic psychological studies.

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Evaluating Crime Reduction Strategies 1. Prison Dog-training

Short PowerPoint Presentation that outlines and evaluates Dog-Training Programs in Prison as a way of reducing reoffending.

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More Gaps to Mind…

If you’ve read the recent Mind the Gap blog post you might be thinking: “That’s all very well and good but what would be really

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