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Saturday, 2 May 2015  Wolfson College, Oxford

 9:00am to Sunday, 3 May 2015 – 5:00pm

Examining the impact of war on society through artistic and scientific representation. 29 more words


Why Winning isn't everything

This is something I seem to have tweeted a lot about over the last few years and it’s always got a lot of response, so after yesterday’s predictable Mourinhoing I may as well use the impetus to post something here about it. 711 more words


My Characters, My Selves

The other day a writer-editor friend on Facebook posted a quote from Truman Capote: “You can’t blame a writer for what the characters say.”

An interesting discussion ensued. 647 more words


Does Wellington need a policy on reimbursing council members?

WELLINGTON — The (now withdrawn) request by Mayor Bob Margolis to recoup legal costs in defense of an ethics complaint has reignited a conversation for the Wellington Council: Should they set a policy for when and how council members can ask for reimbursement of their legal fees if they successfully defend ethics complaints? 311 more words


Considerations for a Questionnaire

I have to carryout a questionnaire in a few weeks regarding what some people may perceive as a sensitive topic. I also have a 15-minute interview that needs to be dealt with. 379 more words


Facebook is feeling: Ethical

Why are research ethics important? And how are they allowably violated? (Attn: Facebook)

The argument for the importance of research ethics is simple from a moral standpoint. 612 more words


Are ethics important in research?

Ethical research, according to Weerakkody (2008) is ensuring “the researcher is ‘doing the right thing’ by the project, its participants and society at large.” Formal ethical guidelines have been established by organisations as individuals can have opposing opinions of what is ‘right’ or ‘wrong’. 281 more words