Archive for the ‘Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences’ Category

Event report: The challenge of improving social mobility

Sir Nick Clegg and a range of expert speakers discussed social mobility at a University of Bath conference in London

Shortlisted for national AUA Networks Team Award

Bath AUA have been nominated for a national Networks Team Award and here they cover just five of the reasons why

Nick Clegg to speak on social mobility

Sir Nick Clegg will speak as part of a series of conferences and seminars organised by the University

Oscar highlights Chile’s long battle for LGBTI rights

The Oscars success of Sebastián Lelio’s film, A Fantastic Woman, couldn’t be more opportune in its timing with it's impact gradually gathering pace

Refugees and economic migrants

Find out more about the politics of immigration in this two minute explainer by Dr Jason Hart

Luisa Enria (SPS) writes on Sierra Leone’s upcoming elections

HE Financing – lessons learnt & future options

Poorer students over three times more likely to live at home

Coalition-making in the 2018 Italian election

Sierra Leone goes to the polls on 7 March

More exams to combat stress in schools: utterly absurd

IPR: Principles for global data governance

Professor James Davenport on the security of credit card info and cyber security on both sides of the Atlantic

IPR: Prof. Sue Maguire on economically inactive young people

Who cares? Exploring economic inactivity among young people in the NEET group

Department for Health researchers win initiator grant

Dr Nikki Coghill and Dr Jessica Francombe Webb's project addresses health inequalities in older people in the South West of England and internationally

Geordie Shore's ‘excessive alcohol content’

Our Dept. for Health analysed season 11 and found young people exposed to excessive alcohol content

Young viewers exposed to ‘excessive alcohol content’ in Geordie Shore

New research from our Department for Health analysed season 11 of Geordie Shore and found excessive alcohol content throughout.

Activism pushes companies to be political

Gut instinct trumps evidence at the polls

A new economics study has looked at how people use different types of information when it comes to making voting decisions.

The Army's new campaign uncovered

How ‘gut instinct’ trumps ‘evidence’ when voters go to the polls

A new economics study has looked at how people use different types of information when it comes to making voting decisions.