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Pre-sessional lecture 10th August 2016

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architecturebuilding designconstruction

Pre-sessional lecture 10th August 2016

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Pre-sessional lecture August 2016

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biodiversityecosystemsnatural worldwildlife

Pre-sessional lecture August 2016

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Pre-sessional Lecture 26th July 2016

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architectureurban design

Pre-sessional Lecture 26th July 2016

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Pre-sessional lecture 19th July 2016

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british judicial systemcase lawcommon lawenglish lawlaw

Pre-sessional lecture 19th July 2016

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Pre-sessional lecture 2016

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archaeologysilk roadtourismworld heritage

Pre-sessional lecture 2016

Pre-sessional Lecture 28th June 2016

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englishenglish languagelinguisticspronunciation

Pre-sessional Lecture 28th June 2016

Pre-sessional lecture 17/05/16

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journalismmedia and newsnewsnewspaperssocial media

Pre-sessional lecture 17/05/16

Science and Society Lecture 1st March 2016

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carbon capturedatafrackingpublic attitudessciencesocietysurvey

Science and Society Lecture 1st March 2016

Science and Society Lecture 9th February 2016

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climateclimate changedataglobal warmingsciencesociety

Science and Society Lecture 9th February 2016

Science and Society Lecture 2016

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communicating sciencenew technologysciencesociety

Science and Society Lecture 2016

Science and Society Lecture 2015

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beesbiologyenvironmental changehoney beespollutionsciencesociety

Science and Society Lecture 2015

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Science and Society Lecture 24th November 2015

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science and moralityscience and social responsibilityscientific ethicsthe scientific method

Science and Society Lecture 24th November 2015

UPC Science and Society Lecture 3rd November 2015

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antibioticshealthmedical sciencesmedicinepubilc healthscience

UPC Science and Society Lecture 3rd November 2015

UPCSE Lecture Tuesday 27th October 2015

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futuremathematicspredictionsprobabilitysciencestatistics

UPCSE Lecture Tuesday 27th October 2015

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historyhistory of sciencesciencesocietysociologythe scientific method

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historyhistory of sciencesciencesocietysociology

IPM Lecture 12th October 2015

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IPM Lecture 12th October 2015

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Pre-Sessional Lecture 18th August 2015

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brandingcopyrightlawlogotrademark

Pre-Sessional Lecture 18th August 2015

Please note. The first two minutes of the lecture are audio only ! Pre-sessional Lecture 2015.

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epistemologyinterdisciplinarityknowledgelearning approachespedagogy

Please note. The first two minutes of the lecture are audio only ! Pre-sessional Lecture 2015.

Pre-Sessional Lecture 21st July 2015

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british judicial systemcase lawcommon lawhistory of lawlaw

Pre-Sessional Lecture 21st July 2015

Pre-Sessional Lecture 2015

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genderhealthmedicinemen

Pre-Sessional Lecture 2015

Pre-Sessional Lecture 2015

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historyhistory of scienceinventionsocietywar

Pre-Sessional Lecture 2015

Diploma Lecture May 2015

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aiartificial intelligenceengineeringrobotics

Diploma Lecture May 2015

Pre-Sessional Lecture 2015. What makes news? Who makes news? The process by which something or someone becomes news is far from transparent. Fifty years ago Galtung and Ruge attempted to codify what constituted news by analysing a particular part of the finished product. Do their conclusions apply to all forms of news – everywhere across all time? Can we extrapolate from their work how the news manufacturing process occurs? Do users make the news as much as the media do? What does newsworthiness look like 50 years after the Galtung and Ruge study? We will explore these and other issues using contemporary examples.

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journalismmedia and newsnewsnewspaperssocial media

Pre-Sessional Lecture 2015. What makes news? Who makes news? The process by which something or someone becomes news is far from transparent. Fifty years ago Galtung and Ruge attempted to codify what constituted news by analysing a particular part of the finished product. Do their conclusions apply to all forms of news – everywhere across all time? Can we extrapolate from their work how the news manufacturing process occurs? Do users make the news as much as the media do? What does newsworthiness look like 50 years after the Galtung and Ruge study? We will explore these and other issues using contemporary examples.

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environmental studiesgeological sciencegeologynatural resourcespolicy makingwater

Diploma Lecture 27th April 2015

Diploma Lecture 9th March 2015

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britainhistorylawpoliticspublic policy

Diploma Lecture 9th March 2015

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datadiabetesdiseasehealthmedical sciencesobesitypublic health

Diploma Lecture 16th March 2015

Diploma Lecture 9th March 2015

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Diploma Lecture 9th March 2015

Diploma Lecture 2014

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engineeringslightphysicssciencetechnology

Diploma Lecture 2014

Diploma Lecture 2nd February 2015

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child lawcommon lawenglish legal methodlawlegal methodslegal studies

Diploma Lecture 2nd February 2015