As a psychology undergraduate and casual lecturer and TA at my local uni, it was disappointing to see the Fox Effect being consciously applied. Some lecturers felt they were the guardians of knowledge and that some learners had more rights than others to gain access to it.
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I will not give you platitudes.
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