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29th June 2018

The Benefits of Exercise

The following Ted talk explores the effects of exercise on the brain.

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The Benefits of Exercise
28th June 2018

War on Drugs

Cannabis is a class-B drug meaning that people caught in possession of it can face up to five years in prison.

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War on Drugs

The following article examines the world’s water supplies and the ability for people to access clean, fresh water.

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'Are we running out of water?'

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26th June 2018

Politics and Religion

Here is an interesting opinion piece from The Guardian about democracy in America.

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Politics and Religion
25th June 2018

US Immigration Policy

Recent events in the US regarding immigration policy towards families has sparked outrage.

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US Immigration Policy
20th June 2018

Development 2030

An interesting article from The Guardian about gender equality in the Philippines.

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Development 2030

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19th June 2018

Women's Suffrage

The following link takes you a short video from the BBC about women’s suffrage.

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Women's Suffrage
18th June 2018

The Human Costs of Kindle

The following article from The Guardian examines the manufacture of the Kindle. It explores some of the business practices such as the use of cheap labour to increase profits for...

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The Human Costs of Kindle

One perhaps not to shown in class (or at least previewed in advance for content) but ‘World of Weird’ follows different groups of people around the world who are members...

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Documentary Suggestions (Part 5): World of Weird

For those students studying ‘Beliefs in Society’, the following film follows a cult led by a man called Michael Travesser.

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Documentary Suggestions (Part 4): The End of the World Cult

A documentary that follows the stories of a number of couples who have experienced divorce.

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Documentary Suggestions (Part 3): Breaking up with The Joneses

Over the course of this week I will providing some recommendations for useful documentaries that are freely available on YouTube. They could be used to either support a particular area...

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Documentary Suggestion (Part 1): Wedding Days

Following on from the video posted yesterday, here are two videos from The School of Life about consumerism and capitalism to provide additional context for both concepts.

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Consumerism and Capitalism
7th June 2018

Late Capitalism

A video that highlights the term late capitalism.

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Late Capitalism
6th June 2018

Helicopter Parents

An interesting video from The Economist about ‘helicopter parents’.

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Helicopter Parents
5th June 2018

Divorce in the UK

The following article examines the one of the most common reasons for divorce in the UK, where the couple cite 'irretrievable breakdown’, as well as exploring some of the most...

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Divorce in the UK
4th June 2018

China One-Child Policy

A great podcast from ABC Conversations about China’s one-child policy.

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China One-Child Policy

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