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Topic: Travails of Compulsory Attendance in Teaching and Learning: Why Do Students Skip Class?
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Macfarlane, B. (2013). The surveillance of learning: A critical analysis of university attendance policies. Higher Education Quarterly, 67(4), 358-373. -- LINK