Arts, Society and Culture

Offended audiences and regulatory expectations: Of red flags and red herrings

Offended audiences and regulatory expectations: Of red flags and red herrings

Posted by ap507 at Jan 10, 2017 09:45 AM |

Drs Ranjana Das and Anne Graefer discuss audience expectations of media regulators

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Changing Patterns of Crimes Against Sex Workers

Changing Patterns of Crimes Against Sex Workers

Posted by ap507 at Dec 14, 2016 11:45 AM |

Professor Teela Sanders and Dr Rosie Campbell OBE, Department of Criminology discuss their new research project and International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers on 17 December

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The Casey Review on Opportunity and Integration: Re-inventing the Wheel

The Casey Review on Opportunity and Integration: Re-inventing the Wheel

Posted by ap507 at Dec 12, 2016 11:40 AM |

Dr Leah Bassel from the School of Media, Communication and Sociology writes article for Discover Society

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Museums as sanctuaries from hate?

Museums as sanctuaries from hate?

Posted by ap507 at Nov 03, 2016 12:55 PM |

Robin Clarke from the School of Museum Studies discusses how museums can challenge pervasive media and stand up for the marginalised and less fortunate

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What really makes something ‘offensive’?

What really makes something ‘offensive’?

Posted by ap507 at Nov 02, 2016 04:52 PM |

Dr Ranjana Das from the Department of Media, Communication and Sociology discusses her forthcoming book 'Provocative Screens'

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The Enduring Imaginative Power of the Criminal Corpse

The Enduring Imaginative Power of the Criminal Corpse

Posted by ap507 at Oct 28, 2016 10:05 AM |

Professor Sarah Tarlow discusses the enduring popularity of the gibbet in Halloween paraphernalia

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