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By Robert Dingwall | Published: April 16, 2013
The controversy over BBC journalists’ use of a student tour group linked to the London School of Economics should not be allowed to go away quietly.
By Leo McCann | Published: March 19, 2013
Even within its own narrow terms the Iraq war was appallingly costly. A bad decision to invade was compounded by shambolic and ineffective leadership of the warfighting itself. Why? The answer seems to lie in the ways in which contemporary large organizations behave
By Toby Miller | Published: January 3, 2013
Virginia Crisp on filesharing - or is it piracy - or is all property theft?....and why is everyone playing table football?
By Robert Dingwall | Published: November 20, 2012
The English in full moral panic are never an edifying spectacle. The Jimmy Savile affair is no exception, as self-appointed experts on child abuse, BBC-bashing tabloids and ambulance-chasing lawyers have piled into the fray.
By David Canter | Published: October 4, 2012
When some journalist awards a case a sobriquet like The Railway Rapist, or the Moors Murderers, you know that the media has got its teeth into the case and will shake as much life out of it as possible.
By Social Science Bites | Published: July 2, 2012
How are children using the Internet? How is it affecting them? Sonia Livingstone, who has overseen a major study of children’s behaviour online discusses these issues with Nigel Warburton in this episode of the Social Science Bites podcast.