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Volume 2, Number 4, November 2006

Editorial

Free Content Editorial
pp. 415-416(2)
Author: Young, Ken

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Research

Affecting policy and practice: issues involved in developing an Argument Catalogue
pp. 417-437(21)
Authors: Abrami, Philip C.; Bernard, Robert M.; Wade, C. Anne

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Bridging research and policy: insights from 50 case studies
pp. 439-462(24)
Authors: Court, Julius; Young, John

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Debate

A multitude of syntheses: a comparison of five approaches from diverse policy fields
pp. 479-502(24)
Authors: Boaz, Annette; Ashby, Deborah; Denyer, David; Egan, Matt; Harden, Angela; Jones, David R.; Pawson, Ray; Tranfield, David

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Social care research: a suitable case for systematic review?
pp. 503-523(21)
Authors: Sharland, Elaine; Taylor, Imogen

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Practice

Scotland's national learning networks: coordinators' reflections
pp. 525-534(10)
Authors: Lowther, Matthew; Gordon, Jacki; Fraser, Shirley

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Sources and resources

Systematic reviews in the social sciences: a review
pp. 535-537(3)
Author: Littell, Julia H.

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Google – boon, bane or both?
pp. 538-542(5)
Authors: Grayson, Lesley; Gomersall, Alan

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Lessons from the literature
pp. 543-553(11)

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