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The interventions also help to develop new politics, refine theories, encourage new research projects and enrich teaching. The advent of the internet now offers low cost technology for intervening in the public sphere and bypassing the oppressive habits of traditional accountancy magazines to galvanise and infuriate people with analysis, evidence and arguments. Many academics may be privately critical of accounting practices and can use the internet to disseminate their critiques to a much wider audience.
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