Tag Archives: Britain

After Leveson

After Leveson: Recommendations for Instituting the Public and Press Council From The International Journal of Press/Politics On July 13, 2011, British Prime Minister David Cameron set up an official inquiry committee headed by Lord Justice Brian Leveson to study the culture, … Continue reading

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Children having children? Religion, psychology and the birth of the teenage pregnancy problem

From History of the Human Sciences In recent years the phrase ‘children having children’ has been used by politicians, academics, policy focussed NGO’s and Children’s charities to describe the worrying trend in the UK of rising teenage parenthood. This expression … Continue reading

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At the crossroads of past and present — ‘contemporary’ history and the historical discipline

Special Issue From Journal of Contemporary history More than forty years ago, this journal was created with a distinctive mission: to study and discuss Europe’s recent past, even if this stirred up controversy in contemporary political debates. This special issue … Continue reading

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Invaluable British survey gauges the national mood after 3 terms of Labour government

From British Social Attitudes – The 27th Report The annual British Social Attitudes survey is an indispensable guide to political and social issues in contemporary Britain. This 27th Report delivers the public’s verdict after thirteen years of Labour rule. It … Continue reading

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