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Research Project: Visual Politics

Research Project: Visual Politics

My name is Roland Bleiker. I am the Project Leader of the Visual Politics Research Program at The University of Queensland. We live in a visual age. Images increasingly mediate our engagement with the material, social and political world. Film, television, and photographs influence how we deal with phenomena as diverse as war, terrorism, humanitarian […]

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Affirmative action and the Constitution (1985) | ARCHIVES

Affirmative action and the Constitution (1985) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for public policy research presents Public Policy Forums, a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic, Affirmative Action and a Constitution. John: This public policy forum, one of a series presented by […]

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Introduction to Political Science

Introduction to Political Science

Political science is the systematic study of government and politics. It is a social science just like sociology or psychology or anthropology in that we are fascinated by human behavior, but in the case of political science we look at political behavior in particular. Political science has often been defined as who gets what, when, […]

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Introducing The Christian Science Monitor Daily

Introducing The Christian Science Monitor Daily

At The Christian Science Monitor we think it’s time to rethink the news. Frankly, so much of what happens in news enters the spin cycle of social media… Overlooked in the flood of daily headlines…. Rather than getting it to the day to day churn of the news, the froth… Forms of conventional wisdom that […]

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Trump Blasts His Own Intelligence Agencies | The Daily Show

Trump Blasts His Own Intelligence Agencies | The Daily Show

There are a lot of things that President Trump inherited from President Obama that we know he hates. The Affordable Care Act, the White House vegetable garden, the container of cocoa butter Obama left behind in the bathroom. He’s like, “This is terrible. It doesn’t taste like cocoa or butter.” (grunting) But what Trump probably […]

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Tucker Carlson Takes a Sudden Vacation Following His Hot Take on White Supremacy | The Daily Show

Everyone has been talking about the threat of white supremacy in the United States. In fact, even President Trump admits that it’s a major problem. Which is a pretty big deal, ’cause that would be like if Hobbs & Shaw spoke out against speeding. If Jason Statham came out like, “You know what’s cooler than […]

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1.  Introduction: What is Political Philosophy?

1. Introduction: What is Political Philosophy?

Professor Steven Smith: Let me start today by asking the question, “what is political philosophy?” Custom dictates that I say something about the subject matter of this course at its outset. This in some ways might seem a case of putting the cart before the horse, or the cart before the course maybe, because how […]

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The University of Exeter: first steps to enhancing employability for Social Sciences students.

The University of Exeter: first steps to enhancing employability for Social Sciences students.

There’s a lot of support available from many people at Exeter. For example, if you just want a practice interview with the Career Zone they are very happy to do that. They also will give you general advice about what sort of career you want to do ranging from your personal mentor right up to […]

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Trump Is Sharing Government Secrets With His Wealthy Donors

Trump Is Sharing Government Secrets With His Wealthy Donors

When you think about who you want advising your president on, you know, national security issues, keeping Americans safe, you know, uh, intelligence issues. We’re dealing with other countries. Who Do you want doing that? Do you want career military officials, people who have spent their entire lives working with intelligence? Or do you want […]

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