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Sonic culture: geographies of sound, technology and society

Dr Keith Jones | Human Geography | 01 June 2005

This research project traces the cultural geographies of two 20th century sonic projects that aimed to control sound as a component of social experience and explored the ideologies of sound-society relations, or 'sonic culture'. It looks at the ...

The role of orthography in language production

Professor Markus Damian | Psychology | 10 May 2005

This project investigates whether spoken production of literate speakers is influenced by the spelling of the generated words.   a fair amount of  previous research suggests that speech comprehension is influenced by orthographic representa ...

Mixed media grid

Professor Mike Fraser | Interdisciplinary Studies | 01 May 2005

Mimeg: the mixed media grid is a node of the national centre for e-social science, coordinated by dr. Mike fraser at the university of bristol, and involving researchers in computer science, information services, along with specialists in video based ...

Quads co-ordination

Ms Louise Corti | Social Stats., Comp. & Methods | 01 May 2005

Quads co-ordination is run by the uk data archive and will play a pivotal role in fostering communication and understanding between the esrc qualitative data archiving and dissemination scheme (quads) projects.   it aims to facilitate communicat ...

Bera/esrc 2007 residential summer school

Professor Christopher Taylor | Education | 13 April 2007

The importance of building and maintaining the capacity of the education research community has been well documented, by governmental agencies (such as the teacher training agency and the department for education and skills), by the esrc (in its rece ...

Capacity building for sustainable communities in contested space

Professor Frank Gaffikin | Environmental Planning | 01 April 2007

Across the globe, contentions around issues of identity and territory abound, making it a defining issue of the new century. In britain, this global problem has found recent expression in debates about the efficacy of multiculturalism and the creatio ...

National centre for e-social science continuation funding

Professor Peter Halfpenny | Statistics, Methods and Computing | 01 April 2007

The objective of the national centre for e-social science (ncess) is to enable social scientists to make best use of emerging e-science technologies in order to address the key challenges in their research fields in new ways. E-science refers to the ...

Phonological acquisition in multilingual settings: the case of lebanese arabic

Dr Ghada Khattab | Linguistics (General) | 01 April 2007

The aim of this project is to investigate the phonological development of arabic by monolingual and multilingual children in lebanon and the uk. French and english constitute part of lebanese children’s daily language use in both locations due to the ...

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