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New Cardiff University Welsh journalism module challenges 'fake news'

2 February 2017

A unique new Welsh module, 'Wales: The Senedd, the Stories and Spin' launched in Cardiff University's School of Journalism.

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New scholarship to improve ethnic diversity in journalism

31 January 2017

Sir David Nicholas Scholarship to help British Black, Asian and minority ethnic students

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150 years of British history

11 January 2017

What Big Data found when it analysed more than a century of local newspapers

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Mythologies of Martial Arts is published

9 January 2017

From Bruce Lee to The Karate Kid, Professor Paul Bowman explores the myths and ideologies of martial arts in popular culture.

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The Future of Journalism conference 2017

14 December 2016

Sixth conference in series launches call for papers.

Ambassador Neskovic in Cardiff University's radio studio.

School welcomes Bosnia and Herzegovina Ambassador

13 December 2016

His Excellency Mr Branko T. Neskovic receives tour of Wales’ leading journalism school

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Mapping Cardiff’s Creative Economy

12 December 2016

Creative economy research identifies two drivers for presence of creative activity

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News Journalism named top performing NCTJ course

1 December 2016

Postgraduate journalism award at National Council for the Training of Journalists ceremony.

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We Chose to Speak of War and Strife

28 November 2016

BBC’s World Affairs Editor John Simpson delivers distinguished lecture

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School scoops University prize

22 November 2016

“School of the Year” award recognises outstanding effort

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Christian perspectives around death and dying

18 November 2016

Public event explores Christian values and beliefs around end-of-life-care.

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Cardiff: Creative Capital

17 November 2016

Symposium to explore what makes a creative city

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Launch of Tom Hopkinson Centre for Media History

14 November 2016

New Centre honours Sir Tom Hopkinson, founding director of the School.

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Hacks and hackers to tell digital stories

8 November 2016

Cardiff continues to lead as a city at the leading edge of digital journalism.

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Students gain insider view of BBC Radio Cymru

3 November 2016

Welsh language journalism module places students with national broadcaster

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Understanding the structure of social movements

24 October 2016

Dr Jonathan Cable’s book sets out to go beyond the headlines of social movements to uncover their impact.

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Christian perspectives on death and dying

14 October 2016

Project promotes public discussion on values and beliefs

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Treatment withdrawal from patients in a permanent vegetative state

23 September 2016

System fails patients with catastrophic brain injuries, Cardiff-York research finds

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Aberfan survivors speak publicly about media coverage of disaster

15 September 2016

Survivors, rescuers and journalists involved in the Aberfan disaster have spoken of their experiences publicly, many for the first time in 50 years.

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Veteran broadcaster to highlight betrayals of the people of Aberfan

2 September 2016

Conference marks 50th anniversary of tragedy