Thomas Davis, author of Forensic Psychology: Fact and Fiction, looks at the recent tragic shooting of Daunte Wright and analyses why slip and capture errors can have fatal consequences.
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Why Sarah Green and Jodi Gardner were driven to writing a new Tort Law textbook.
Professor John Bratton and Canadian writer Lori Rilkoff explore the importance of evidence-based organizational behaviour in understanding and shaping the contemporary workplace.
In a continued response to global events, Black writing in all its future forms, genres and modes is growing in recognition, casting a spotlight on artistic people of colour in the world of publishing, writes Eugen Bacon, author of Writing Speculative Fiction.
It’s fantastical, illogical, ambitious, even unsettling—you may have read the literary strange in all its jarring, but just didn’t know it by name as ‘slipstream’, suggests author Eugen Bacon, author of Writing Speculative Fiction.