As the pandemic proceeds, the first academic research on its effects is being published. Social psychologist Dr Eleni Andreouli writes about how the Covid-19 experience has changed UK political discourse and models of citizenship. Covid-19 has certainly altered the fundamentals of the way we live our lives. For the most part, the ‘science’ of Covid-19… Continue reading Citizenship under Covid-19
There have been criticisms of the excessive media coverage of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh. Professor Stephanie Taylor risks adding to the discussion with some reflections linked to discursive and narrative psychology. The British royal family can be categorised as celebrities, but of a particular kind. The social psychologist Michael Billig wrote a… Continue reading Brief reflections on a royal death
This online conference will be relevant to anyone who wants to understand how evidence-based coaching psychology interventions can help us to flourish and thrive in an increasingly complex world. The central theme of the 2021 Special Group in Coaching Psychology conference theme is Transforming systems through coaching. This will be split into the 3 topics: Personal… Continue reading Stop Press: BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology Annual Conference 9-10 May 2021
And if you are a student in the School, remember that it's good to catch up with the work on your module, but sometimes it's also necessary to take a break and recharge. Enjoy the Spring holiday!
Open University Black and Minority Ethnic Researchers Group “(Re)thinking racisms: The recursive and the new” Professor Ann Phoenix Thursday 25th March 2021 Online seminar (Microsoft Teams) 14:00 – 16:00 We are delighted to invite you to ““(Re)thinking racisms: The recursive and the new”, the third in a series of events hosted by the OU’s newly-created Black and Minority Ethnic Researchers Group… Continue reading Seminar: (Re)thinking racisms: The recursive and the new