St Anne’s Academic Review 5 – 2014

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STAAR Volume 5

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Introduction


Contributors

 
Table of Contents

 

Editor’s Letter
by Kevin Busch, p. 1

 

Humanities


1. Caucasian Chalk Circle
by Benedict Nicholson, pp. 2-5

 

2. The Ballad of Su Forty-three and the Problems of ‘Historical Memory’
by Hannah Theaker, pp. 6-21

 

Sciences


3. The Origin of the Moon Revisited
by Helen Ashcroft, pp. 22-25

 

4. Pivotal disruption? Abnormal activity in motor control regions in stuttering
by Emily Connally, pp. 26-43

 

5. Intermediate band solar cells with A1As-capped quantum dots
by Jenna Holder, pp. 44-59

 

6. On the Mathematical Representation of Stem Cells
by Himanshu Kaul, 60-70

 

Social Sciences


7. Are Tuition Fees Inevitable in Expanding Higher Education Systems?
by Kristen Gartside, pp. 71-81

 

8. Review of Andro Linklater’s ‘Why Spencer Percival had to die: The Assassination of a British Prime Minister’
by Edward Hicks, pp. 82-86

 

9. A Critical Analysis of Media Representations of Terrorism: A Case Study of the Madrid 2004 Train Bombings
by Laura Puges, pp. 87-105

 

10. The effect of immediate feedback on the perception of Mandarin lexical tones by non-native speakers of Mandarin
by Cong Zhang, pp. 106-125

 
 

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St Anne's Academic Review (STAAR)
A publication by St Anne's College Middle Common Room
ISSN 2048-2566 (Online)  ISSN 2515-6527 (Print)

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