Communities, Culture & Conflicts: Research News

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Understanding the origins of modern-day broadcasting

Over the last twenty-five years, Bournemouth University (BU) has built up a wealth of expertise in the area of media history. Not only has this knowledge helped to better understand… »

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How culture influences children’s development

By Dr Ching-Yu Huang, Bournemouth University. From educational toys to governmental guidelines and detailed nursery progress reports, there are lots of resources available to help parents track and facilitate their children’s… »

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Testing times ahead

Professor Roger Brownsword and Jeffrey Wale from the Centre for Conflict, Rule of Law and Society have published two research outputs concerning the regulation of prenatal testing. The first is an article ‘Testing… »

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Photo of the Week: Welcome to BU from China!

Welcome to BU from China! From the beginning to the end of your studies at BU, let’s focus on the middle bit and the all-important ‘sandwich placement’! Our Photo of… »

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Remembering Srebrenica, more than 20 years on

By Dr Melanie Klinkner, Bournemouth University and Giulia Levi, Bournemouth University. One of the darkest hours in recent human history, the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, has plenty of unpleasant parallels in today’s… »

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Photo of the Week: Protest Art for Social Change

Protest Art for Social Change This week’s photo of the week was taken by Dr Anastasia Veneti and shows how protests and social movements can transform spaces into a form of art.  Our… »

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Digital addiction: how technology keeps us hooked

By Dr Raian Ali, Bournemouth University; Dr Emily Arden-Close, Bournemouth University, and Dr John McAlaney, Bournemouth University The World Health Organisation is to include “gaming disorder”, the inability to stop gaming,… »

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Photo of the Week: Surviving the advertising apocalypse with RAISA

Surviving the advertising apocalypse with RAISA (Robotics, Artitical Intelligence, Service Automation). Our Photo of the Week series has returned and we’re kicking off with Elizabeth Falkowska’s research photo in collaboration… »

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How to hunt a giant sloth – according to ancient human footprints

[Above image] : Alex McClelland, Bournemouth University By Matthew Robert Bennett, Bournemouth University; Katie Thompson, Bournemouth University, and Sally Christine Reynolds, Bournemouth University. Rearing on its hind legs, the giant… »

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