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Politics + Society

Politics + Society

The MPhil in Politics is taught by a group of scholars who specialise in all aspects of European politics, including European integration, comparative European government, Europe’s external relations and the political systems of individual European countries. We have far more exciting and informative events this year, but you’ll wait and see what we’ve got planned. Sign up to our mailing list or simply contact one of our social media pages for more information on how to keep up to date and be involved.

  • You must demonstrate a level of English language competency at a level that will enable you to succeed in your studies, regardless of your nationality or country of residence.
  • The practice of Scenography is concerned with the dramaturgical exploration of space, the parameters of which might be described as all that exists in the performance space pertaining to the senses, for example the visual/aural language of the
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POL256 War in World Politics

POL256 War in World Politics

On this degree you will develop advanced skills in political analysis. You will address urgent political questions from local, national and global perspectives, gaining a deeper understanding of the institutions and processes which drive modern states. You will also explore how wars start and end, the morality of war and the concept of a ‘just’ war. You will draw on history, media, American studies, film, literature and more to deepen your understanding of War and Politics.

  • His main research areas are computer-mediated communication, visual communication, political communication, empirical social research, and journalism.
  • Throughout the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, Europe’s leaders saw military strength as an essential part of being a great power.
  • You will consider how political institutions and ideas can both maintain social order and drive people to war.
  • The preservation of Austria-Hungary – its only reliable ally – as a great power became an important part of German
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The Politics of Law and Courts

The Politics of Law and Courts

The module will provide students with the opportunity to examine the key concepts arising in corporate crime and how they apply in practice. Students will be encouraged to develop an in-depth critical understanding of both the content of human rights law standards and the various means by which it is enforced. Students will come to see both the strengths and weaknesses of human rights law and to appreciate the system of international, regional and national enforcement mechanisms which seek to protect and promote human rights.

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Colonialism and imperialism were among the most important and defining processes of the last few centuries. Western imperialism remade both ‘East’ and ‘West’, and it served to create the ‘modernity’ which we now all inhabit. Whereas it is standard to focus on the popular music/politics nexus exclusively with respect to US and UK experiences this course has a broader purview, exploring this dynamic within and … Read More