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Subject: politics

“Protecting European Values” – An analysis of the LGBTQ rights rhetoric of the European Far-Right

  • Author:
  • Aidan Williams
  • Subjects:
  • culture
  • democracy
  • discourse analysis
  • Europe
  • far-right parties
  • Fidesz
  • France
  • homophobia
  • Islamophobia
  • LGBTQ+
  • National Rally
  • Party of Freedom
  • politics
  • rhetoric
  • social change
  • social identity
  • social movements
  • societal role
  • socio-politics
  • Sweden
  • Swedish Democrats
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • MA Politics

British films that will lift your spirits: Exploring nostalgia, community and identification in films at times of socio/political uncertainty

  • Author:
  • Karenza Bell
  • Subjects:
  • British cinema
  • British society
  • cinema
  • communities
  • equality
  • European Union
  • film
  • gay rights
  • gender
  • gender identity
  • gender representation
  • identity
  • LGBTQ+
  • masculinity
  • national identity
  • nostalgia
  • politics
  • referendums
  • values
  • women
  • Working Classes
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2020
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) Film & Television

Did Neoliberal Rhetoric Help Justify Austerity? A Critical Discourse Analysis of Media Articles Published and Political Speeches Given in 2012

  • Author:
  • Courtney Louise Devine
  • Subjects:
  • austerity
  • British MPs
  • British society
  • neoliberalism
  • political movements
  • political speeches
  • politics
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) Politics and Social Policy

A Change of Heart? Political Party Switching Among MPs in the British House of Commons, 1997-2019

  • Author:
  • Zoey Samantha Nicholls
  • Subjects:
  • British House of Commons
  • British MPs
  • political movements
  • politics
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) Politics

Politics, Populism, and Progressives: A critical discussion into the extent in which the progressives in the United States can be labelled as populist

  • Author:
  • Melita Bibaj
  • Subjects:
  • Brexit
  • politics
  • Populism
  • United States
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) International Relations and Politics

Further Exploring Conservative Party Opinion On The Environment

  • Author:
  • Jacob Beardmore
  • Subjects:
  • Conservative Party
  • environmental studies
  • environmentalism
  • politics
  • renewable energy
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) International Relations and Politics

Has new media affected the way in which the general public engages with politics in the UK?

  • Author:
  • Andrew Charles Bransgrove Knight
  • Subjects:
  • entertainment
  • information
  • mass media
  • media
  • new media
  • politics
  • public discourse
  • social media
  • socio-politics
  • sociocultural impact
  • technology
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2020
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) Media Production

The Role of Historical-Colonial Roots in Shaping Current Day Climate Adaptation Policies and Practices in Africa

  • Author:
  • Megan Lucy Pallister
  • Subjects:
  • Africa
  • agriculture
  • climate
  • colonialism
  • economy
  • geography
  • geopolitics
  • policy makers
  • politics
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) Geography

An empirical study on the impact of Economic and Political Uncertainty on the Broad and Narrow Money Demand in the United Kingdom

  • Author:
  • Jake S. Atkin
  • Subjects:
  • consumerism
  • economic policy
  • economy
  • exchange rates
  • Global Financial Crisis
  • monetary policies
  • political uncertainty
  • politics
  • United Kingdom
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) Business Economics

Connections between Public Attitudes Towards Migration and Electoral Results: Examining Elections in the United Kingdom between 2005 and 2019

  • Author:
  • Noah Adams
  • Subjects:
  • anti-establishment
  • anti-migration
  • elections
  • geography
  • media
  • migration
  • politics
  • public discourse
  • referendums
  • rhetoric
  • Twenty-First Century
  • United Kingdom
  • Year of Publication:
  • 2021
  • Award:
  • BA (Hons) Geography