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The QUEST study: understanding suicidal thoughts

September 10 2015

Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Lisa Marzano shares findings from the QUEST study, and how it’s helping organisations like the Samaritans gain a deeper understanding of suicide

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Challenging prevailing wisdoms in SEND teaching

September 03 2015

Professor Emerita Diane Montgomery shares her findings on working with children with special educational needs and disabilities

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It’s time to change the tune about Strasbourg

August 24 2015

Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Alice Donald debates whether the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg is really eroding the power of UK politicians seeking to combat crime

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Cecil the lion and the trophy hunting conundrum

July 30 2015

Senior Lecturer in Criminology Dr Angus Nurse explores the realities of legal trophy hunting and how it feeds into the illegal killing of rare animals

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Child poverty: one pathway to adult depression

July 15 2015

Professor Antonia Bifulco and Research Fellow Ruth Spence share findings on how child poverty leads to higher incidence of emotional issues in later life

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On avoidance and denial

July 09 2015

Research Fellow Roger Kline comments on findings of bullying and harassment in the NHS, and reveals a lack of action being taken to combat unfair pressure on staff

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A fresh perspective on writing about art

July 08 2015

Professor of Architectural History and Theory Dana Arnold says it’s time to change the way we write about art and make art theory accessible to all

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Is online violence towards women being ignored?

July 06 2015

Amid rising rates of violence against women, PhD candidate Ellouise Long considers the impact of online abuse

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Social media and youth political engagement

July 01 2015

Dr Rodolfo Leyva examines the impact of social media on the political engagement of today’s youth

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A case for the Living Wage

June 22 2015

Dr Andrea Werner explores the challenges facing companies adopting the Living Wage, and explains why it’s so important

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