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How UK HE STEM Students Were Motivated to Switch Their Cameras on: A Study of the Development of Compassionate Communications in Task-focused Online Group Meetings
HE’s pandemic-driven shift to online platforms has increased social and learning disconnection amongst students. In online group work/teamwork, many are reluctant to switch on their cameras to be more present to others. ...
Declassing the Academy
Domesticating Political Feeling, Affect and Memory in Marilynne Robinson's Home
(Manchester Unviersity Press, 2022-03-29)
Large amplitude periodic outbursts and long period variables in the VVV VIRAC2-$β$ database
The VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea (VVV) survey obtained near-infrared photometry toward the Galactic bulge and the southern disc plane for a decade (2010 - 2019). We designed a modified Lomb-Scargle method to search ...
Engaged but constrained. Assessing EU actorness in the case of Nord Stream 2
Despite helpful categorizations are available about EU’s role in external energy governance, more analysis is needed on the factors likely to enable or constrain EU’s actorness. This paper builds on the theoretical framework ...
The Acting Class and the Myths of Meritocracy
Our feature documentary The Acting Class (2017) is here contextualised in the context of a critique of the cultural industries as part of the ideology of meritocracy and a resurgence of work around class in the sociology ...
Mais a Temer do que Esperar: educação radical e classe trabalhadora
This article engages with the question of a radical political education from the perspective of a global working class. It explores what form such an education would take and why such an education is central to the creation ...
Scrutinising UN Peacebuilding: Entangled Peace and its Limits
This article examines the suitability of entanglements and relations to think and see peacebuilding events. Through a reflection upon the limited results of the United Nations (UN) in securing lasting peace in war-torn ...
The role of the Commission in Intergovernmental Agreements in the field of energy. A foot in the door technique?
The European Commission has been active in proposing legislation on the exchange of information on Intergovernmental Agreements (IGAs) in the field of energy, pushing for an ex ante control mechanism which most member ...