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Ilkka Niiniluoto

Problem of Explanation in Karl Marx’s Capital ”, Quality and Quantity 5, 311–330. Nowak, Leszek (1972), “Laws of Science, Theories, and Measurement”, Philosophy of Science 39, 533–548. Nowak, Leszek (1980), The Structure of Idealization: Towards a Systematic Interpretation of the Marxian Idea of Science, D. Reidel, Dordrecht. Peirce, Charles S. (1931–35), Collected Papers 1–6, ed. by C. Hartshorne and P. Weiss, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA: ( CP ) Popper, Karl R. (1972), Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Account

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Alexander Gerner

University Press. Przyremble, M., 2014, Empathische Egoisten. Eine interdisziplinäre Analyse zur Perspektive der zweiten Person . Freiburg/München, Alber. Radke, S. and Bruijn, E., 2015, Does oxytocin affect mind-reading? A replication study, Psychoneuroendocrinology (2015), , retrieved: 15.7.2017. Ramseyer F., Tschacher W., 2011, Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy: coordinated body movement reflects relationship quality and outcome, J. Consult. Clin. Psychol. 79, 284–295. Ratcliffe, M., 2007

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Jocelyn Jones

/ (accessed 20th October 2015) [22] Jones, J. (2011). Promoting and Improving High Quality Assessment, Planning, Intervention and Review (APIR) Practice. Report of an Action Learning Project for South West Improvement and Efficiency Partnership. South West Councils & Mindful Practice Ltd. (accessed 20th October 2015) [23] Jones, J. (2014). A Report from the Centre for Social Work Practice on Reflective Practice Group Models in Social Work

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Yvonne Crotty, Jimmy D’Arcy and David Sweeney


The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is an Irish amateur sporting and cultural organisation. It represents in excess of 20,000 teams nationwide and is committed to supporting the development of players and coaches through its Coach Education Programme (CEP). A strategic goal of the CEP is to supplement the traditional field based coach education model with a blended learning approach using online multimedia resources. Two eLearning professionals employed by the GAA are seeking to develop online resources to enhance the knowledge and skills of coaches nationwide. Whilst both professionals possess the expertise and relevant technical skills to create high quality resources, their participation in a Masters in Education and Training Management (eLearning) programme in the Institute of Education, Dublin City University (DCU) is ensuring that the multimedia resources will be based on solid pedagogical insights in order to facilitate the organisation’s move to online learning.

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Yvonne Emmett

. (1996). Unclaimed Experience: Trauma, Narrative and History. Baltimore, USA: Johns Hopkins University Press. [21] Cawley, B. & McNamara, T. (2008). Leadership in the Public Service. Administration, 56(3), 1-10. [22] Centre for Management and Organisation Development. (2002). A Guide to Competency Development in the Civil Service. Dublin: Department of Finance. (Accessed 22 March 2012). [23] Charlton, B.G. (2002). Audit, Accountability, Quality and All That: The