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  • Ashley Frawley

    lecturer in sociology and social policy

    Swansea University

    Ashley lectures in the sociology of health, mental health and illness, social problems, social movements, and in the economics of social policy. Her research explores the rising importance attributed emotions and behaviour in an era of ‘no alternative’ and investigates the underlying visions of human beings constructed in rhetoric about new social problems. Ashley is the author of The Semiotics of Happiness: Rhetorical Beginnings of a Public Problem published by Bloomsbury Academic in 2015 and is currently working on a new book exploring the rise of emotional language in public debate.

DEBATING MATTERS HISTORY

Championship: Cardiff 2018

DEBATE: Cultural appropriation

Qualifying Round: South Wales 2015/16

DEBATE: Sex Selective Abortion

Qualifying Round: Bristol 2015/16

DEBATE: Repatriation of Artefacts

Qualifying Round: Bristol 2015/16

DEBATE: Sex Selective Abortion

Qualifying Round: North Wales 2013/14

DEBATE: Green Energy

Qualifying Round: North Wales 2013/14

DEBATE: Social media

Qualifying Round: Canterbury 2011/12

DEBATE: Nuclear Power

Qualifying Round: Canterbury 2011/12

DEBATE: Media Regulation

Qualifying Round: Canterbury 2010/11

DEBATE: Monarchy

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