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History & The Arts 

Plato, opinions and the statues of Daedalus

Have you wondered what a Platonic dialogue is and what it is used for? Carolyn Price introduces Plato, the philosopher who took dialogues to another level.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Legitimate or illegitimate: Fracking

What is fracking? Why is it controversial? The first case in the 'Shades of grey - legitimate or illegitimate?'  tool focuses on the legitimacy of fracking.

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Society, Politics & Law 

Shades of grey - legitimate or illegitimate?

Opinions differ about activities such as fracking, genetically modified foods or foie gras, often leading to controversy. Are these activities legitimate or not? What do you think? 

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Society, Politics & Law 

The Great Fall: Germany 25 years later

Do East and West Germans' views on the aftermath of the fall of the Berlin wall differ greatly?

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Society, Politics & Law 

Inappropriate intervention?

Sara Bragg from the OU's Faculty of Education and Language Studies discusses when people intervene in parent-child relationships

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Society, Politics & Law 

Pitfalls of Polls

What are opinions polls? A public form of political gossip, a way for politicians to test public reactions to policies or an accurate prediction of how people will vote? Opinion polls have their uses, but it is important to remember they do not, and are not intended to, predict the future. Getting political opinion polling in perspective is not always as straight forward as it seems.

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