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How We Feel Now - Mary Holmes Inaugural

Professor Mary Holmes, School of Social and Political Science, delivers her inaugural lecture How we feel now, in March 2023. How we feel nowIdeas circulate about young people as sensitive, anxious…

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Honours projects introduction - Angus Bancroft

Project supervision

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Inaugural lecture: Professor Nick Prior

Inaugural lecture by Professor Nick Prior, School of Social and Political Science. OK Computer? Popular music in the digital age The 1980s! A much maligned decade but one that brought deep and…

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Moral Horizons of Pain: Participatory Theatre and Public Engagement with Data and Technology in Medicine

AbstractIn this talk, members of the Critical Data Sense team from the University of Calgary (Canada) describe their public performance piece, “Moral Horizons of Pain.” Drawing on the…

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Literature searching for your Sociology project

This is an introductory session on literature searching for your Sociology project. It covers steps to follow in a literature search including how to search and where to search, managing your search…

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1.1 Why Study the Internet - I&S 2020 - INTRODUCTION

Internet and Society 2021

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Dr Jason Arday, 13 May 2021 - Still a lot to do: Disrupting Racism in the Academy

Title: Still a lot to do: Disrupting Racism in the Academy Abstract: The Academy still remains a site for systemic and institutional racism. Disrupting these inequitable cultures requires a state of…

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Jonathan El Methni EVA Talk Preview

This talk has captions. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar. Name: Jonathan El Methni Talk Title: A bias-reduced version of the Weissman extreme quantile estimator Abstract:…

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David Raffe Memorial Lecture 2020

This is the third annual memorial lecture held in honour of the late David Raffe, Professor of Sociology of Education and Director of the Centre for Educational Sociology at the University…

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The Edinburgh Race Lectures: Behind the Rhodes Statue: Empire and the British Academy - 29 October 2020

Behind the Rhodes Statue: Empire and the British Academy' by Robbie Shilliam, Professor of International Relations in the Department of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University.Chaired by…

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Curry interview part 3

interview with Gwenetta Curry 8/9/2020 (part 3)

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History of Western Medicine STIS08009

History of Western Medicine is a free-standing, 20-credit, level 1 half course run by the Science, Technology and Innovation Studies subject group of the School of Social and Political Sciences. It…

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Culture, capital, and social inequality Part 2

Hiring as cultural matching, omnivourous and eclectic taste, and workers experiences

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Culture, capital, and social inequality Part 1

A discussion of class pay gaps and elite professions, with the question of how 'culture' helps to explain inequalities

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Cultural consumption- From Bourdieu to the Omnivore and beyond Part3

Part 3 of the cultural consumption lecture for the history of art inequality course

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Cultural consumption- From Bourdieu to the Omnivore and beyond Part2

Part 2 of the cultural consumption lecture for the history of art inequality course

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