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26 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
BONUS ep: LittleTalks by Steph Connolly
LittleTalks is a project which aids communication between children and their loved ones in prison. Steph Connolly did her BA in IADT and has just finished her MA in NCAD. Her design brain has taken a problem she saw from her own life and created a beautiful, practical solution to quite a sensitive issue. LittleTalks is a project she created in her BA and is now developing further following her MA. This episode acts as a season bridge as I develop Season 2 which will come later in the year! I am now looking for larger MA or PHD projects. Get in touch if you would like to be involved! Email email@example.com If you would like to learn more about Steph's project follow her on instagram @stephc.design Happy New Year and Stay Safe!
75 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Episode 10: Online Activism & #RepealThe8th
This week I’m talking to Emily Kennedy, Emily did her degree in Social Science in UCC and wrote her paper entitled, “Trending #Repealthe8th – An Exploration of the Limitations and Opportunities of Digital Feminist Activism” in 2019. This paper looks at online activism and uses the Repeal the 8th campaign of 2018 as a case study. Specifically Emily is looking at online Feminist Activism, and also gives a fascinating introduction on the context of women’s autonomy and rights in Ireland. We talk about the history of abortion rights in Ireland, the significance of the referendum in 2018, online movements; their efficacy and downfalls, online addiction and lots more! As my FINAL episode of Season 1 of Paper Radio, this episode really packs a lot in and I hope you enjoy! If you would like to submit for Season 2 please email firstname.lastname@example.org
62 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Episode 9: The Irish Constitution & The Northern Question
This week I’m talking to James McElearney. James did a BA in Economic Politics and Law in DCU. He wrote his paper this year entitled , “The Politics of the Irish Constitution: An obstacle to Irish Unity?”. His very detailed paper outlines the question of northern partition as it was written into Ireland’s first constitution in 1937 and the developments in constitutional politics since then. James who is a beacon of knowledge on the subject talks me through these details all the way up to Brexit which we are still dealing with now. Hope you enjoy!
57 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Episode 8: Corporate Law & The Environment
This week I’m talking to Luke Gibbons. Luke did his Bachelor of Laws in Trinity College Dublin and wrote his paper in 2019 entitled “Corporate Criminal Liability for Environmental Wrongs”. This paper is so important and outlines the problems when it comes to punishing corporations criminally for committing wrongs on the environment. Luke explains the issues that arise bringing the corporations to court in the first place, how the legal system has yet to catch up and find a way of finding corporations liable, and how difficult it is to outline proper sanctions too. This conversation was so fascinating ! To support the podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/paper_radio_podcast For a list of current Climate Cases go to http://climatecasechart.com/
42 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
Episode 7: IKEA, Can a Global Corporation be Sustainable?
This week I am talking to Johannah Lordan. Johannah did her degree in Visual Communications in IADT. She wrote her paper in 2018 entitled “Low Price but not at any price. Ikea’s engagement with social and environmental issues.” We talk about how Ikea used Swedish design principles to bring good and affordable design to the world, IKEA's sustainability branding and we also question whether its even possible to be a global corporation and also be sustainable. To support the podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/paper_radio_podcast Email email@example.com to get in touch with Emma or to submit your research!
35 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
Episode 6: Socio-economic Rights & The Justice System
This week I’m talking to Anna Miskelly. Anna did her degree in Civil Law & Society in DCU. She wrote her paper this year entitled “Judicial Formalism versus Institutionalism: The Case of Judicial Enforceable Socio-Economic Rights in Ireland”. This paper looks at how Judges treat cases which may deal with Socio-economic rights in Ireland. Can a judge enforce these rights? How are they laid out in our constitution? What kind of ideologies do judges form their decision processes with? What are socio-economic rights? Hope you enjoy! To support the podcast go to https://www.patreon.com/paper_radio_podcast
59 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Episode 5: Linguistics & Multilingualism
This week I’m talking to Calum Fabb. Callum wrote his paper in 2019 entitled “Investigating the effect of semantic relatedness on affective priming in multilingual individuals.” Calum was the regional winner for Ireland under the linguistics category with this paper at the Undergraduate awards in 2019. Calum studied French and Hispanic Studies at TCD and is currently taking a Master’s there too. Calum’s paper deals with the mind and how we process language, but specifically deals with multilingualism. We also talk about gender bias in research in general as well as the lack of research in multilingualism, and kind of the limitations of certain fields of research more generally. To support the podcast go to the Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/join/paper_radio_podcast
55 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Episode 4: Mental Health Attitudes & Stigma
Listen to this week's episode to hear about Mental Health Diagnosis narratives & how stigma affects how we think about certain disorders. From the paper "DSM-5 and the power threat meaning framework: Comparing mental health attitudes" written by Christina Seery in UCD in April 2020 as part of her Psychology Undergraduate Degree. To get a full PDF of Christina’s paper or any of the papers on the podcast Subscribe for as little as €1 at the Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/join/paper_radio_podcast
53 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Episode 3: Paedophilia & Rehabilitation
Listen to this week’s episode to learn about Paedophilia and Rehabilitation; with the Prevention Project Dunkelfeld, a Project which aims to rehabilitate paedophiles and child sexual abusers in Germany. From the paper “Prevention Project Dunkelfeld: the Possibility of Rehabilitation for Paedophiles and Child Sexual Abusers.” Written by Helen Moynihan in 2017 (IADT, Dun Laoghaire). To get a full PDF of Helen’s paper or any of the papers on the podcast Subscribe for as little as €1 at the Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/join/paper_radio_podcast
48 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
Episode 2: Drug Use & Popular Irish Music
Listen to trace back drug use and it's influence on music from the early 30's American Jazz scene to Ireland's current contemporary music scene. From the paper "A Genealogical Perspective: An Exploration on the Relationship between Drug Use and Popular Music in Contemporary Irish Society" written by Niamh O'Carroll in Maynooth University in 2020. For a list of all music used in this episode, as well as a PDF download of Niamh's Paper, Subscribe for as little as €1 at the Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/join/paper_radio_podcast
79 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Episode 1: Direct Provision & The Factors Holding it in Place
Episode one looks at Kate O'Connor's 2017 paper "The Factors which continue to hold Direct Provision in Place" (TCD) Emma also speaks to Bod, an Asylum Seeker and Representative of MASI (The Movement of Asylum Seekers Ireland) and John Lannon the Chief Executive Officer of Doras Ireland. Links which are discussed in the episode can be found below. Go to https://www.patreon.com/paper_radio_podcast to support the podcast! Paper Radio is a new Irish Podcast which aims to create a platform that shares Irish Research! To support the abolishment of Direct Provision & support Asylum Seekers in Ireland go to these links; https://www.masi.ie/ http://doras.org/ https://nascireland.org/ https://www.directprovision.org/ https://www.instagram.com/dpdonations/ Ombudsman Report Write to your TDs https://adpiireland.wordpress.com/2020/04/19/sample-letter-to-tds/ PAPER RADIO https://twitter.com/paper_radio https://www.instagram.com/paper.radio.podcast/ https://www.facebook.com/paper.radio.podcast/
1 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Introducing: Paper Radio Season 1
Paper Radio is a new Irish podcast project which aims to bring outstanding Irish research from paper to a podcast episode you can listen to with ease. Paper Radio is bringing academic research from paper to the airwaves and into your ears to start important conversations off about issues and topics affecting us here in Ireland. Listen weekly from Monday 21st September wherever you get your podcasts!
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