Communities, Culture & Conflicts: Research News

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A new report on the state of local news in the UK

BU Researchers Dr Daniel Jackson and Dr Einar Thorsen, alongside researchers Gordon Neil Ramsay and Des Freedman launched a new report: Mapping changes in local news 2015-2017 More bad news for… »

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What is FoMO and how do you deal with it?

Students and staff attended 14:Live in the Student Centre, on Tuesday afternoon to hear from Dr Miguel Moital about FoMO. FoMO is a fairly new area of research which looks… »

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Is Russia attacking Western liberal democracies?

Dr Roman Gerodimos, Centre for Politics & Media Research, has been investigating allegations of Russian cyber attacks against government agencies, utilities, companies, universities, the media and individuals, as part of… »

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Research photography competition: voting now open

‘Can you convey the impact of your research in a single image?’  That’s the challenge we set BU academics and students this year. The overwhelming response saw researchers from across the university getting… »

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Centre’s Shelley Thompson presents to the UN

Last Friday, Dr Shelley Thompson of the Centre for Politics and Media Research presented at a UN event on the impact of media on gender and science. The conference was… »

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The social media battle for supremacy during UK election

A Bournemouth University academic has been working with social media analysts SoTrender to evaluate the social media activity of the UK’s main political parties in advance of the UK elections…. »

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Conserving wildlife and tropical habitats in Indonesia

In rainforests and tropical forests all across the world, deforestation, human activities and climate change are having a huge impact on both vulnerable eco-systems and the wildlife that depend on… »

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Welcome to the Bournemouth Research Chronicle 2017

Complex global challenges are a defining feature of today’s world. Universities can play a key role in addressing these challenges and shaping a future for generations to come that we… »

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New BU research magazine published

The latest edition of the Bournemouth Research Chronicle (BRC) is now available.  The magazine shares just a small selection of the research taking place at BU, from working with local… »

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