Learning from audio visual material: Migrants and borders
Learning from audio visual material: Migrants and borders

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Learning from audio visual material: Migrants and borders

Learning from audio visual material: Migrants and borders

Introduction

This course provides a further opportunity for you to take notes using audio visual material. Before continuing to watch the clips, please ensure that you have already worked through DD208_1.

Use the advice and guidance that you learnt in DD208_1 to take notes on the video clip presented in this course. Use the note taking techniques you learnt, and remember that your notes need to reflect what each video is showing. You need to identify the nature of the debates and the arguments and identify the nature of the debates and the arguments being presented. This will encourage you to think about the interrelationship between welfare, crime and society.

Present your evidence in a grid, as in Section 2 of DD208_2.

This course focuses on the issue of ‘gating’ in the context of border control polices and practices concerning international migrants.

This OpenLearn course provides a sample of level 2 study in Social Sciences [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] .

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Please note: As part of a review of content, this course will be deleted from OpenLearn on Thursday 11th November 2021.

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