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Jef Huysmans and Martina Tazziolli on the Political life of methods

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

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Evelyn Ruppert on 'Big Data'

21 January 2013

This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

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Peter Redman on mass observation

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

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Libby Bishop on practicalities, potentialities and pitfalls of using archive data (II)

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

Please visit the event page.

Libby Bishop on practicalities, potentialities and pitfalls of using archive data (I)

21 January 2013

This clip is part of the CCIG Forum 28, held the 4.12.12 on methods. This Forum engaged with a critical reflection on the social and political life of method and the future potential of research data.

Please visit the event page.

The Bisexuality Report launch event video

30 May 2012

The Bisexuality Report, led by Meg Barker (Senior Lecturer in Psychology, OU), Rebecca Jones (Lecturer, Health & Social Care, OU), Christina Richards, Helen Bowes-Catton and Tracey Plowman (of BiUK) is the first of its kind in the UK. It summarises national and international evidence and draws out recommendations for future bisexual inclusion in many different settings.

Kesi Mahendran on investigating categories of belonging and integration

14 May 2012

This podcast features Dr Kesi Mahendran, Social Psychologist at The Open University and member of the Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG).

She presents the pilot project Placing Ourselves: investigating categories of belonging and integration.

Conspiracy Theories: A critical Introduction

6 January 2012

No event of significance in the world today - be it an unexpected election result, a terrorist attack, the death of a public figure, a meteorological anomaly, flu pandemic or phone hacking allegations – takes place without generating at least a flutter of conspiracy speculations. And that’s where the OU’s Dr Jovan Byford comes in…

Jovan’s a senior lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, specialising in the social and psychological aspects of conspiracy theories, anti-Semitism and Holocaust remembrance. He’s also studying the relationship between psychology and history.

Clive Barnett & Nick Mahony present the NCCPE report

19 December 2011

This report investigates the use of segmentation tools in various fields - environmental policy, political campaigning, arts and heritage sectors, charities and campaigning - in the context of various imperatives, including personalisation agendas, behaviour change paradigms, and public service reform agendas.

Prof Jill Korbin keynote lecture on 'Child and adolescent well being in cultural context'

28 July 2010

In this keynote lecture, given as part of CCIG Forum 15, Professor Jill Korbin discusses issues surrounding child and adoloscent well being in cultural context.

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