Philosophy & Religious Studies
In this course Professor Victor Tadros (University of Warwick) explores the ethics of war. In the first module, we examine the goals of war and evaluate how difficult such goals are to justify. In the second module, we look at the principles of...
Professor Victor Tadros
In this course, Dr Francesca Menichelli (University of Surrey) explores sociological theories of crime. In the first module, we consider early approaches to explaining crime, particularly those from a Functionalist perspective, including Émile...
Dr Francesca Menichelli
In this course, Dr Chris Montgomery (University of Sheffield) explores accent and dialect variation, and also attitudes to accent and dialect variation. In the first module, we introduce some of the key terms associated with accent and dialect,...
Dr Chris Montgomery
In this course, Professor Jane Setter (University of Reading) provides an introduction to phonetics and phonology. In the first module, we look at the speech chain and think about how people actually understand speech. In the two modules after...
Prof. Jane Setter
In this course, Dr James Murphy (University of the West of England, Bristol) explores politeness theory. In the first module, we introduce the concept of politeness theory and think about its development from the 1970s to the present day. In the...
Dr James Murphy
In this course, Professor Samir Siksek (University of Warwick) concludes his discussion of differentiation for A-Level students in the third of this three-course series. In the first mini-lecture, we introduce the second derivative and work...
Prof. Samir Siksek
In this course, Professor Colin Adams (Williams College) explores knot theory. In the first mini-lecture, we introduce knot theory and take a look at some important historical knots as well as basic mathematical knots. In the second mini-lecture,...
Prof. Colin Adams
In this course, Professor Dominic Dwyer (Cardiff University) explores descriptive statistics. In the first lecture, we think about why descriptive statistics are important. In the second lecture, we think about the mode and its representation of...
Professor Dominic Dwyer
In this course, Professor Christopher Hart (Lancaster University) explores the ways that language can serve to enact power and enable social inequalities and injustices, particularly in relation to social issues such as immigration and political...
Prof. Christopher Hart
In this course, Dr Hazel Price (University of Salford) explores the fields of semantics and pragmatics. In the first module, we provide an introduction to both fields, before turning in the second and third modules to explore each field in more...
Dr Hazel Price
In this course, Professor Henriëtte Hendriks (University of Cambridge) provides an introduction to child language acquisition. In the first module, we provide an introduction to the study of language acquisition, before turning in the second...
Prof. Henriëtte Hendriks
Government & Politics
This course explores the Prime Minister and cabinet, drawing examples from the tenures of Margaret Thatcher and Theresa May throughout. We begin with the history of the role of Prime Minister, before moving on in the second module to discuss the...
Dr Mitya Pearson
King's College London