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The spanish civil war and the british news media

Dr David Deacon | Economic & Social History | 01 October 2003

The aim of this research is to conduct an extensive historical analysis of how the british news media reported the spanish civil war as it unfolded. The proposed research will combine: (1) a comprehensive audit of spanish civil war related covera ...

European cross-national research and policy

Linda Hantrais | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | 01 September 2003

The seminars addressed the theoretical, methodological, managerial and practical problems arising in comparative social science research projects across eu member states, with the overall aim of contributing to a better understanding of the research ...

The conversational management of the psychotherapeutic interview

Professor Charles Antaki | Linguistics (General) | 01 September 2003

Background : psychotherapy is done in a variety of ways, but the most common generally proceed by a series of roughly hour-long meetings between therapist and client. They talk; normally, the therapist asks questions, and the client responds, doing m ...

Assessment and development of new methods for the analysis of media content

Professor Peter Golding | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | 01 January 2003

Methods for analysing the contents of the mass media have not developed as much as the potential provided by computing, and innovations in theory allow. The research will test and develop innovative methods for the analysis of media content, in parti ...

Community, immigration and the construction of citizenship

Dr Caroline Nagel | Human Geography | 01 October 2002

This project aims to understand the meaning and practice of citizenship among contemporary immigrants. Current scholarship on this issue focuses on the alleged breakdown of the one-to-one relationship between formal and social membership in national ...

Postdoctoral research fellowship

Dr Kevin Morrell | Management & Business Studies | 01 October 2002

Titled, ‘modelling employee turnover’, the project examines the decision process people go through when they quit a job. The project tests one influential model of this decision process, by looking at a specific context: nursing turnover in the natio ...

Continuing professional development: provision for physical education teachers

Professor Kathleen Armour | Education | 01 December 2001

This study uses interviews, questionnaires and case studies of experienced physical education teachers to address three questions. Firstly, what are the issues that physical education teachers have faced in their careers when attempting to access and ...

Women engineering students' workplace experiences: impact on career intentions

Professor Barbara Bagilhole | Social Policy | 26 January 2004

All parts of the engineering professions are quantitatively and hierarchically male-dominated. This is highly significant given the societal importance and impact of engineering on peoples lives. In response to skills shortages in technological exper ...

Developing media literacy: from research to practice

Professor David Buckingham | 01 February 2012

This project is a programme of knowledge exchange activities following on from a recently completed esrc-funded research project ‘developing media literacy: towards a model of learning progression’. Researchers are working with some of th ...

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