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… »
Posts Tagged: “culture”
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Nyawri Ahmad: Political Marketing, Market-Orientation and Professionalisation Campaigning of Political Parties and Candidates during the Indonesian 2014 Parliamentary and Presidential Elections
Researcher: Nyawri Ahmad Nyawri Ahmad is a PhD researcher at Bournemouth University’s Media School. His focus is on emerging trends in Indonesian democracy and how political parties in South-east Asia… »
Top-down models for pitch perception
Cultural Influence on M&A Success measured by shareholders’ wealth
Researcher: Pham Hai Chung My research area focuses on youth identity definition created through local consumption preferences by exploring the complexity and dynamics in the process of negotiation and re-negotiation… »
A counter-narrative to animation in Western popular culture.
Health and Social Care PhD student Sheetal Sharma has been conducting fieldwork in rural Nepal into improving the provision of antenatal care and pregnant women’s access to vital healthcare in… »
Many of us dream of sitting down to write a novel, but few of us actually achieve it. This workshop as part of the Festival of Learning in 2013 gave… »
On Friday 25 January, an audience of 75 people gathered in Bournemouth University’s Executive Business Centre’s airy 2nd floor lecture theatre to hear a distinguished panel of speakers offer their… »
From discovery to display: M.A.D. About The Wreck will invite people to join the adventure of maritime archaeology through a series of Maritime Archaeology Days (M.A.D.) held by Bournemouth University… »
The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community brings together the Journalism Research Group and the Narrative Research Group, both based in the Faculty of Media and Communication at… »
How a £1.94 million AHRC grant will radically inform how we manage and perceive chickens as a food source.
Secret things happen in hidden corners of the UK. Associate Professor of Art and Media Practice Neal White visited them…
The Experimental Media Space group is a multidisciplinary research strand centred within Bournemouth University’s EMERGE (Experimental Media Research) Group. Its research is engaged with the relationship between networks, spatial information… »
Exploring the unique legal challenges of using forensic evidence from mass grave excavations in international criminal trials.