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Charles Darwin: reluctant revolutionary in the Victorian age

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Victorian scientist Charles Darwin was the first person to publish a book on the idea of evolution by natural selection. His name has entered the English language. For some people...

Childhood and the law

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While a safe and secure childhood is something all societies seem to value, children’s welfare is complex and often controversial. ...

Cities

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More than half the world’s population now lives in cities and by 2050 over 70 per cent of the world will be urban dwellers. ‘Cities,’ says Professor Doreen Massey, ‘are...

Do we need a new economics?

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‘We must lay hold of the fact that economic laws are not made by nature. They are made by human beings,’ said Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1932, as the US was in the midst of the...

From Enlightenment to Romanticism

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From around 1780–1830 Europe underwent huge political and cultural changes. It moved from what has come to be called the ‘Age of Reason’ (or Enlightenment) through to the...

Justice, vengeance and forgiveness

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What do we mean by justice? This challenging and wide-ranging learning pathway explores what justice means. The first half of the pathway looks at alternative definitions of...

Laying down the law

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In the Western democratic tradition there is a very distinctive and powerful understanding of the rule of law, and the nature of justice. But in this system, who decides what...

Rights and vulnerable people

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This thought-provoking learning pathway of podcasts, videos and readings introduces you to the law and social care, and how it impacts vulnerable people. You’ll also find out...

Start writing essays

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According to award-winning Australian journalist, John Pilger, there is a fine line between good writing and pretentious writing. That is true whether you’re a journalist, a...

The new entrepreneurs

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Whether you’re thinking of starting your own business, looking to improve one you already own, or are simply interested in understanding more about how the business world works,...

Thinking about health: beliefs, models, practices

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'Health is not valued till sickness comes,' said 18th century physician Thomas Fuller. ...

What defines sexuality?

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This is a broad-ranging learning pathway that approaches the topic of sexuality from a number of different academic perspectives. It starts by considering the factors that shape...

Who am I? Identity, nationality and belonging

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This broad-ranging learning pathway brings together material from the academic disciplines of sociology, politics and social psychology to explore current notions of identity,...

Who are you - and why?

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What makes us who we are? ...

Writing creatively: fiction

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Have you got a story to tell but don’t know where to start? The idea of writing a novel can be exciting or daunting. Either way this learning pathway offers support on how to...

Writing creatively: plays

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For those interested in English language or literature, or with ambitions to write plays, the creative activities throughout this learning pathway provide an overview of the...