On Friday 20 October 2017, a group of leading academics met at the University of Bath to explore how we might identify arrogant behaviour in public debate. Our speakers have kindly consented to make slides from and/or a podcast of their presentation available online.
We are thrilled to announce the programme for “Arrogance and Polarisation in Debate”, a two-day international conference at Cardiff University. Political opinions in many Western-style democracies show signs of increasing polarisation. This has coincided with a change of tone in debates. Seemingly arrogant behaviours like shouting, mocking, dismissing or rudely…
We are delighted to present Tom Martin’s research for the Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse team, as part of the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP). Tom’s self-contained project was to carry out a literature review of transcription and coding methods in multimodal discourse analysis, with a view to identifying those…
On Friday, 20 October we will welcome a group of leading academics for a second ‘Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse’ workshop. This workshop is by invitation only, but podcasts of the talks will be made available on this site following the workshop. To receive email updates, please subscribe using the…
On Monday 22 May 2017, a group of leading academics met at Cardiff University to explore how we might develop categories to code arrogant behaviour. Our speakers have kindly consented to make slides from and/or a podcast of their presentation available online.
We are delighted to welcome Tom Martin (Cardiff University) to the Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse team as part of the Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP).
Please join us on Monday 22 May 2017 at 17.30 in room 2.47, John Percival Building, Cardiff University, to enjoy a glass of wine and celebrate the launch of the Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse project. Full directions can be found here.
On 6-7 November 2017 we will host an international conference designed to bring together speakers from philosophy and psychology to explore arrogance, dogmatism and close-mindedness in debate. More details and call for participation to follow.
On Monday 22 May we will welcome a group of leading academics to discuss how we might code for behaviours such as arrogance.
Welcome to Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse, a Humility & Conviction in Public Life funded project.