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"university bristol" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"university bristol" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

"Welcome along. Everyone to emmer and tom talk teaching. And we have a special guest. A friend of the podcast as we've called her before he was back. And i'd like to extend a very warm podcast. Welcome to dr judith. Name tuxedos name how you doing under fine thank. You is very good to be back here ago. i mean. should. I acknowledge that you've got an extra special large grin on your face out whether might want to disclose where that grin is coming from. I didn't realize i was going around with a grin on my face. But i am. I am about to take early retirement. I at that that little bit of early on there as well. It's very so we we have to confess that we are capitalizing on the final days. That you have with us on the program of cardiff matt tonight. Probably she should tell listeners that we are recording now at the beginning of july twenty. Twenty one. so we've nap to judith. Because you've got your speaking to us with your subject hat on today. And you've you've given us some really interesting episodes based on your research into the expressive arts area of learning experience in working with pioneers and fascinating stuff. But i wonder a you. A you in your kind of comfortable homely place now talking to us about your your research within the discipline of secondary english the year definitely. I have done some really interesting research over the past couple of years in particular but this is the one. That's i feel most comfortable with and the warm weather. I i probably feel most strongly about as well because it's it's something that's very important to me. So yeah well. We really looking forward to getting t- when the details on this and it's worth mentioning that you were principal investigator for this research project but before you tell us A what you wanted to investigate. I would imagine you're probably gonna want to acknowledge that you are part of a bigger team on this. Yes i have had an informal network for a number of years with other coarsely does other. It course leaders and so from exeter university bristol..

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"university bristol" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"university bristol" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Well that is. What i was thinking was happening in cover remember. I brought that up like why they were doing it in the will hand lab and something else they were doing in australia or whatever and i thought maybe they do that because they have different rules outside the us exactly why they did it. I found some the correspondence between the doctors dr cutler and that's why they moved these experiments was wish they did start them in prisons here and they moved them over there and the the letters doctors wrote to each other emphasized. We can't tell people what we're doing. We have to keep as few people. In the lowest possible whipped they lied to the guatemalan government who they roped into helping them without them fully knowing what they were doing and there's other lawsuits however this is the most shocking part. Well not what. I read the most shocking part but connecting this to right now. There's lawsuits against non-government organizations because some of the doctors involved in the experiments were head doctors at johns hopkins university figures so nearly eight hundred former research subjects and their families filed a billion dollar lawsuit against john hopkins university blaming the for its role in the nineteen forties government experiments guatemala that infected hundreds with syphilis gonorrhea and other sexually transmitted diseases. The lawsuit seeks to hold hopkins responsible for the experiments. Because it's doctors held key roles on panels that reviewed and approved federal spending on the experiments also listed in. The suit are the rockefeller foundation and the drug maker bristol-myers squibb as defendants and that was in two thousand fifteen now as recent as twenty nineteen january twenty nine hundred united states federal judge stated at john hopkins university bristol myers in the rockefeller foundation. Must face a one billion dollar lawsuit for the roles in this experiment and as recent as august two thousand nineteen a motion to dismiss by the defendants. The rockefeller foundation and johns hopkins was denied. So here's what we have. Here's the situation. We have the university that was at the center of the vent to a one that is being presented to us as the ultimate authoritative source for this pandemic. That university is currently still tied up in a lawsuit seeking billions of dollars for the role. They played in intentionally infecting hundreds of guatemalans with syphilis. That's authoritative source that we're being told to trust unquestionably. Should we trust them. Should we trust the media absolutely now when the standard is to lie the liars prove without a doubt that they are for once telling the truth so this year we should trust them without a doubt is ridiculous it is it's like johnson and johnson. I mean who would you. They're telling us to trust them and they have a history of hurting people. It's really i. People should do their homework on the institutions that get the imprimature from the powers that be. Just it's shocking. So i do want to. I have a quick shout out. I wanna shout out. Is can't because when i announced that people might not have heard this because i only told patrons so we were changing our patron tears a little bit. So we're going to go to one deep disappearing patron party a month and one zoom party a month instead of two dp is on the occasional zoom party but isn't can't said that he would continue to conduct the patron parties on discord. So he set up a you are alkyl. Dpp discord dp d. dot com have to do is register for discord. And go there..

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"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Disseminating information with actionable intelligence. Make no mistake, American reindeer, great American again. This is the Buck Sexton show. Analysts remember the NYPD sex now. i will be completely honest i will disclose my my personal stake in this fight because i have student loans to and i think it's so funny a year ago i was waiting tables in a restaurant and it was literally easier for me to become the youngest woman in american history elected to congress than it is to pay off my student loan debt so that should tell you everything about the state of this of this of of our economy and the state of quality of life for working people She really is an airhead. Jeez. And she's not the dumbest woman in congress. That could very easily be maisy Hirono or Maxine Waters. There's a few that are certainly up there. but she's close she's close she's a talented rabble rouser and talking points machine that's she does have ability i'm not saying that she has a story and presentation a personal presentation that the left is almost obsessed with but she is not an intellectual my friends and when she says things like it is easier when okaz yo cortez is easier to become a member of congress in the pay off my student loans that's like me saying you know it is it is easier for me to walk down the street than it is for me to walk down another street like what this is what does that even mean you say these things have nothing to do with each other they have nothing to do with each other how how could you assess the you know it was harder for me to go to the gym this morning than it was for me to apply to college twenty years ago i mean what does this is stupidity this just doesn't but it just it sounds when she's saying she thinks that it sounds good you know she talked about because she's the youngest history congress thing offer student loan debt now she makes one hundred and basically one hundred seventy thousand i forget what the exact number is remember congress which is very nice salary for somebody who has a lot more money than i did that's for sure and yet i made the decision not to take on student loans because i didn't want to have to pay them all i didn't wanna have to deal with student loan debt now some people only have to deal with that at the college level some at the graduate school level other people at the college level but you know there there has to be skin in the game here for people there has to be a personal interest in good decision making and you see this this is one of the the underlying and foundational falsehoods of contemporary liberal thinking and the liberal approach the leftists in government they're always trying to tell you that if they take choice and responsibility away from you you will be safe from all the bad things so if they make the decisions for you know bad things will happen that is the promise that is the that is the fundamental falsehood of the leftists in america of the progressive and an increasingly let you say what is the socialists in this country these people are socialists they can't get us to socialism tomorrow but they want to get us to socialism in five ten who knows how many years that's the end goal line up with socialist degen would look like they're for all of it then this is a great idea they're all about it but if we have people that are being told you get to go to college and somebody else will pay for it then what incentive is there for anybody to not go to college right and then you start to say well hold on a second one also do we do for the people who currently didn't take out loans which two thirds of two thirds of people don't go to undergraduate finish undergraduate programs in this country do they get some kind of check in the mail are they supposed to subsidize the educations of people that wanted to take out loans i told you i looked at this choice i looked at loans and loans and loans for as far as the i could see or a job i took a job i had this in front of me now if someone had said oh book run up two hundred thousand dollars a debt and we'll newsradio eight ten and one zero three one w. g. y. it's twelve minutes after nine o'clock we're standing by to go to fox news for some news concerning robert muller this is fox news alerts democratic house judiciary chair jerry nadler and house intelligence committee chair adam schiff tonight and announcing special counsel robert muller has agreed to testify before both committees under subpoena muller will testify in open session on july seventeenth in a statement the chair say they want to hear directly from the special counsel about what his team examined uncovered and determined about russia's attack on our democracy the trump campaign's use of that helped and about possible obstruction by the president or his associates into his investigation again special counsel robert muller will testify in open session before the house intelligence and judiciary committee's under subpoena on july seventeenth for more information stay with his fox news radio station or go to fox news dot com i'm rich denison and this is a fox news About Sexton on NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one. W. G Y. That I became close with. And I was in college most PHD programs are kinda crap. most p._h._d.'s in humanities are just an excuse to hyper specialize in that area of humanity so that you can teach it at university whether or not that many humanities university bristol they don't open because people get tenure they never want to leave and it's not that high in demand this is this is not this is not rocket science this is not rocket science rocket science pays reasonably well engineering math stem stuff pays reasonably well it's not going to be a millionaire there's no clear path the world has become so much more competitive and that's another part of this that we're just starting rapper minds around the fact that you're not competing anymore with just people who live in your area for certain jobs especially when you get into more competitive markets markets that are jobs that have a true global marketplace for them anything you're doing people say oh learn to code okay yeah learn learn to code that's easy of course if you say that to journalists you get kicked off twitter he'll learn to code that'll that'll solve all the problems do the people who say that realize that you're going to be competing against coders from beijing mumbai tokyo rio de janeiro you name it did the people that say that realize that this work can be nothing not even really outsource it can be done by people all over the world and the digital working information based work is more competitive than it has ever been because there's more open to people than it has ever been around the world and that has pressure on this and you know there's there's a lot of changes going on right now you know we we have we look back at what's going on with student loans and college and the american the american hydro cases system is very in the span of human history this is a blip on the screen you know this is very very short we don't even have much of a track record to speak of your changed dramatically it used to be all male and now it's co ed and they've changed a lot of it What makes anyone think that we have the system that we're supposed to have right now? Anyway. If you asked me just realistically is. four years of undergraduate necessarily i'd say should be to high school in the you do two years beyond that and i think you should do a gap year and you might say buckle who are you to come up with this i'm just telling you what i think where did this for years come from why does anything that that's the way to look at european countries they have different systems in european countries which the liberals are obsessed with they track people and put them into different paths so that only some people are going to go try to get an advanced degree they're not encouraging everybody to try to be you know a basket weaving major with a p._h._d. in Other kinds of weaving, pottery or something. I know I kind of I kind of lost it there for a second. sometimes when you reach for that moment of clever and you just fall flat just as i'm fond of saying in pulled team buck knows this sometimes you're already you bellyflop in the shallow end of the pool with a really nasty sunburn that just happens whenever i say that you think about the time you did that when you were a kid and you go how you remember you remember that was no fun i've got more on on the all student loan debt oh i didn't get into this whole second part of the one is is that you don't it's not about choice anymore and responsibility now the choice is obvious because you have no responsibility somebody else will pay for this for you that's that's the live set this up but then it's okay How far does it go? When does it stop? What's enough? is it the best schools is all schools got more on this loan because the loan store you don't care that much about it's over trillion dollars so it's a lot of money folks this is this big money not a little money is a big money if you dig into this more you see this is really the heart of the whole pitch for twenty twenty for the lives for the democrats we're just going to give you free stuff that other people are going to pay for you're not gonna pay for it somebody else will well then when somebody else looks around and says well who's who's the somebody else aren't either somebody else yeah you are that's what that's where the real problem is all the the the the route lie of the bernie sanders ism that has overtaken democratic party is that there's tons of money out there for everybody have everything they won only the rich fat cats who won't notice it being gone we'll pay that's a lie that's a lie we have more on that lie though a moment this stories that.

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"university bristol" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"university bristol" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Claims. August police reports. Calls real harm. They do harm to every legitimate victim. Who's in need of support by police and investigators as well as the citizens of the city to host one of the largest private parades in the world, and we're proud of that as a police department and also as a city. Lawyers for small I'd say the Chicago police department put on an organized law enforcement spectacle when the superintendent detailed investigator's findings about the alleged attack on the empire actor, and they say the actor tonight is the allegations high level trade talks between the US and China continue in Washington with the goal of easing standoff. That's clouding the global economy. Chinese delegation is meeting with the US team led by Trade Representative Robert lighthizer secretary of state, Mike Pompeo told the FOX business network. The question remains of China will give up its bad habits. These are real threats, and we need to be capable of protecting our information and our data. So does does China admit to the cyber intrusions? Do they admit to to the theft of intellectual property, we're the former president of Microsoft on this program couple months ago? Steve bomber it. He said that ninety percent of the companies in China, use the Microsoft operating system. One percent pay for it. It costs Microsoft ten billion dollars a year in profit, this this this enormous transfer this unlawful transfer of American wealth, American innovation and creativity. That's taken place over the last decades is enormous. It's historic. The Trump administration is determined to push back against it. We opened by talking about these trade agreements that are being worked on in Washington. Even as we speak. They will attempt to address this. The Chinese need to acknowledge that this is taking place need to put structural changes in place to prevent it from taking place, and then there needs to be an enforcement mechanism. So that the whole world can know that these things are. Continued to happen. Do how do we get to a point where we can try that? They will keep the promise. I mean, let's say you do get an animal you, and we get these agreements that. Yeah, we're going to move the needle on IP theft haven't they made promises to us in the past that they haven't kept. They certainly have. That's absolutely the case. And arbitration knows this we won't fall into those same pitfalls. They've made commitments on cyber and other things which just simply not honored. That's why the enforcement mechanism, and if you talk to him or lighthizer secondary Mnuchin for even two minutes, they will have the heart of these discussions will surround enforcement mechanisms, and I hope that the Chinese will be prepared to permit those to take place if they do perhaps we can find a good solid trade way to move forward. Yeah. The world's at two biggest economies are locked in a trade war that started over allegations that China deploys predatory tactics in its bid to take over US technological dominance. China denies and engages in the behavior. President Trump is pledging to expand opportunity for Americans of every race religion and creed as he commemorates black history month speaking to one hundred Thursday at a White House reception. The president boasted about the economy and said the unemployment rate African Americans is that what he said the lowest level today. We're here to honor the extraordinary contributions of African Americans to every aspect of American life history and culture from the earliest days of this nation, African American leaders pioneers and visionaries have uplifted and inspired our country in art in science, literature law film, politics, business and every arena. Of national life, the depth and Laurie of these contributions are beyond measure, you know, it I know it and everybody knows it since the beginning of our Republic African Americans have given their heart their love and their very lives to the curse suit. And you know, this better than anybody. You have worked so hard. I guess when you get right down to it. We're all working very hard, but the pursuit of liberty and Justice for all. So we pledge in the honor of great African American community to build a future where every American child can live in safety dignity. Liberty and peace as Americans we all share the same dreams, the same hopes and the same magnificent destiny we are. Now, we are now and will forever be and will forever. Be one people one family and one glorious name. Shen under God. Trump also touted passage of criminal Justice reform that was passed in December. He says the nation sentencing laws disproportionately harm African American communities far greater than anyone else. In other news this morning here on America's First News. The editor of USA Today as apologize for an image. Portraying black face that was published in the Zona state university yearbook on her watch Nicole Carroll says she edited the ASU yearbook for one thousand nine hundred eighty eight eighty nine it had a photo of two people and black face pretending to be boxer Mike Tyson and his former wife Robin givens in a twist of irony. The racist image turned up during a review of yearbooks done by USA today. Journalists Carol says she was shocked to find the photo in the yearbook she edited and finally this morning here on America's First News. Why zebras have strikes? Well, it's the question that's been around as long as zebras have. Now, scientists from the university. Bristol and the university of California Davis think they may have the answer. The researchers dressed horses in black and white striped coats stood them with horses that were unadorned and waited for flies the same number of flies appeared to approach both types of courses. But researchers found that fewer horse flies landed on the ones decked out and stripe. So the conclusion of the stripe seemed to somehow confuse the horse flies as they tried to land on the stripe horses. That's just the stripes exist to give zebras protection from bloodsucking insects that can spread disease. Take us with you. Wherever you go down. I could use some of those stripes on the golf courses mosquitoes come at me take us with you wherever you go. Download the talks during free mobile app reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook, I met Matt Ray talk use the hashtag af en more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning. The twenty second day of February. I though a word from our sponsors. Hey, mike. How's the how's how's the? How's how's the? How's the house go?.

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