Social Sciences

Citizens’ political engagement and their categorization of political activities

King's College London
Rosie Campbell examines how citizens categorize political activities and investigates to what extent, and how, the modes of activities that citizens […]
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A short history of French Thought

King's College London
French thinkers have revolutionized European thought about knowledge, religion, politics, and society. Jeremy Jennings discusses a short history of thought […]
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Brexit; what Next?

King's College London
The UK has finally left the European Union. Brexit has happened. However, what promises to be a long and complex […]
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Foresight Part II: Cases of Warning about Violent Conflict and Mass Atrocities

King's College London
What does it take for warnings about violent conflict and war to be listened to, believed and acted upon? Why […]
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Foresight Part I: Early Warning & Preventive Policy

King's College London
Everyone agrees that prevention is usually better than cure. Yet, the conditions for effective warning and preventive action are not […]
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FGM, social media activism and ‘honour’ killings

The Open University
Christina Julios discusses the phenomenon of anti-female genital mutilation (FGM) social media activism, forced marriage and ‘honour’ killings in Britain. […]
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Cultures of Inequality: Financialisation, Labour and Social Finance

Macquarie University
Lisa Magnani analyses the role of Social Finance as an example of financial innovation and provides an insight into the […]
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The Four Horsemen of Economic Collapse

University of Cumbria
Ian Chapman discusses The Four Horsemen of Economic Collapse, Economic Theory for the Anthropocene.
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From Sharing the Burden of Scarcity to Markets

University of South Australia
Lin Crase discusses the process of transition from an equitable distribution of water to support semi-subsistence outcomes to market-oriented agriculture. […]
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Men’s experiences of post-separation abuse

University of Cumbria
Research has demonstrated the prevalence of men’s victimisation of intimate partner violence, and more recently there has been qualitative work […]
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