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Understanding news audiences

Lecture on understanding news audiences

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Wendy Michallat - 320 Rue St Jacques

In November 1939 Madeleine Blaess, a French-born, British-raised student, set off for Paris to study for a doctorate in Medieval French literature at the Sorbonne. In June 1940, the German invasion…

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Tour our Broadcast Zone

In our Broadcast Zone, journalism students create news content for TV, radio and web, to meet real deadlines. Get a close-up preview of the industry-standard tech that you'll use if you study…

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Planning Research Conference 2018 - Plenary Panel 1

The first of two plenary panels from the 2018 UK Ireland Planning Research Conference, hosted in Sheffield, with the title of 'In Search of Alternative Futures'. Speakers: Greg Fell,…

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International Social Change: Analaysing Policy Responses

Introduction from module leader Majella Kilkey 2018.

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Students talk about Journalism Studies BA at the University of Sheffield

Sheffield is rated number 1 in the UK for journalism by both The Times and The Guardian university guides (2018). In this video our undergraduates talk about how our Journalism Studies BA degree…

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Sheffield journalism students on work experience

Students try out and develop their media skills in real newsrooms with the work experience placements arranged for them by the Department of Journalism Studies with employers like the BBC, ITV News…

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Journalism work placements: Special Olympics

BA Journalism Studies student Christian Hopewell talks about his amazing work placement photographing the Special Olympics in Sheffield in 2017. Video by Emily Coupland, Corporate Communications.

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Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source A session to look at strategies for how we use our hub, and what the key stakeholders needs are

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How easy is it for migrants to integrate in the UK?

Comment from Madeleine Sumption, who is Director of the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford. The Migration Observatory provides impartial, independent, authoritative, evidence-based…

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The Migration Debate in Sub-Saharan Africa

Dr Oliver Bakewell offers a brief insight into the migration debate in Sub-Saharan Africa at the governance level.

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Why has migration become such a contentious issue in Europe?

Ronald Van Kempen is a Professor of Urban Geography at the Faculty of Geosciences of Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Here, he offers his views on how academics can assist with the worldwide…

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When policy meets grassroots community resistance; the case of dispersal policy in Glasgow

Dr Teresa Piacentini is Teacher in Sociology at the University of Glasgow. Teresa's research focuses on the broad area of migration studies.

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What are the benefits of a multi-cultural city?

Abdi-aziz Sulieman came to the UK and to Sheffield as a child as an asylum seeker from Somalia. As President of our Students' Union (2012-2013) he co-founded our #WeAreInternational campaign…

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In conversation with Charles Clarke

Former journalist John Yates speaks to Charles Clarke ahead of his keynote speech at the conference. Charles is questioned on the state of migration in the UK at the moment, and prospects for his…

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