This dissertation analyzes a set of contemporary works that have all been conceived, produced, and circulated in frameworks of international concern as advocates work to popularize narratives representing grave injustices, thereby strengthening the basis for international response to African conflicts characterized by massive human rights violations.
The second part of the dissertation focuses on the southern border of France from the 30s to the 90s. The study of films and novels demonstrate that former borders are still active, especially colonial borders. Finally, the third part of the dissertation addresses the representation of migrants who were trapped in the north of France, at the border of the Schengen area, from the 90s to 2009.
Public health is about taking a broad view of society to improve wellbeing and prevent illness - in contrast to hospital doctors, GPs and nurses who primarily look after individual patients on a case-by-case basis. The most recognisable public health advancements of the last century include the.Dissertations. 776 likes. Help with completing a dissertation as part of your degree.Frontiers encourages the authors to closely follow the article word count lengths given in the “Article Types” page of the journals. The manuscript length includes only the main body of the text, footnotes, and all citations within it, and excludes the abstract, section titles, figure and table captions, funding statement, acknowledgments, and references in the bibliography. Please.
The MSc in Migration, Mobility and Development will provide a thorough analytical grounding in international migration including different types of forced and voluntary migration, facilitating the development of specialized knowledge of particular case studies, as well as overall trends and theoretical frameworks. A rigorous academic programme, it will also give students the confidence to.Read More
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MSc Globalisation and Development (2020 entry). programmes consist of 180 credits, made up of taught modules of 30 or 15 credits, taught over 10 or 20 weeks, and a dissertation of 60 credits. The programme structure shows which modules are compulsory and which optional. As a rough guide, 1 credit equals approximately 10 hours of work. Most of this will be independent study, including.Read More
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Our multidisciplinary MA Humanitarianism and Conflict Response master's course focuses on response to crises originating from both conflict-zones and natural disasters. Bringing together the study of medicine and humanities, the course provides an inclusive approach that mirrors the reality of aid operations and informs the reflexive processes of both analytical and applied disciplines.Read More
How is the BSc Midwifery with Professional Registration (Shortened Programme for Registered Adult Nurses) taught? The course is split equally between theory and practice, with clinical experience and practical simulations forming an important part of your learning - the emphasis is on observing what to do, doing it yourself and then improving through feedback.Read More
My dissertation explored challenges faced by International and National Staff within Medecins Sans Frontieres. Using qualitative research methodology, I studied how MSF employs expatriation as a strategy for controlling its field projects, and what implications this has on the roles it creates for National and International Staff.Read More
This thesis in anthropology investigates how emergency is socially constituted as a named and actionable entity. Specifically, it asks how human values and techno-scientific practices contribute to the constitution of emergency in the context of medical humanitarian intervention. The study considers emergency from an ethnographic perspective, as a group of international medical humanitarian.Read More
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Modern social anthropology was formed in the early 20th century by a rejection of evolutionism and its replacement by synchronic site-specific studies, a move that effectively eclipsed history’s theoretical significance to the discipline. Yet, dissatisfaction with the ways in which synchronic functionalist ethnographic analyses ignored history and social change brought about lasting debates.Read More