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Blog Entry The house (‘pansi ghor’): a classic object of human resilience to environmental disasters?
What does your house symbolise to you? A place of safety and security? Dr Nibedita Ray-Bennett from the Civil Safety and Security Unit discusses the different meanings of the house to people in areas prone to environmental hazards.
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Lifelong Learning
Blog Entry The cage: protecting animals from liberation?
Professor Rob Garner from the Department of Politics and International Relations discusses the animal welfare ethic - is their subordination necessary to human and animal welfare?
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Politics and International Relations
Blog Entry The clock: a true measurement of time?
The ticking of a clock marks the precise passage of seconds, minutes and hours. But what other measurements exist – and are they truer indicators of time for some? Dr Jane Pilcher looks at time from a social science perspective.
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