Respecting neurodiversity: Interactions between autistic people and public services
Dr Katie Maras is Lecturer and Dr Jade Norris is Research Associate in the University of Bath's Department of Psychology. They are both members of the Centre for Applied Autism Research team. Two-way communication forms the bedrock of the provision of...
Russia’s 2018 Presidential Election: Did Uncompetitive Elections Make Putin a Lame Duck?
Dr Paul Goode is Senior Lecturer in Russian Politics at the University of Bath’s Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, and leads the department’s research cluster on Nationalism, Populism, and Radicalism. On 18 March, Vladimir Putin secured a fourth...
How activism pushes companies to be political
Dr Michael Bloomfield is Lecturer in International Development at the University of Bath's Department of Social & Policy Sciences. This post draws on material presented in his recent book Dirty Gold: How Activism Transformed the Jewelry Industry. Have you ever wondered...