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Exploring the lives of Hispanic migrants living in the UK: social, linguistic, and cultural integration

This documentary focuses on the topic of integration and intercultural relationships by exploring the life stories of adult migrants from Spain and Latin America who currently live in the UK. Their first-hand accounts deliver information on how they define and perceive their levels of integration and how language and cultural awareness has affected this process.

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OpenLIVES Interview with Paula at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Paula. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2016. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Di Maro Sara; Giordana, Bianca; Rigg Phoebe; Coudret Lucie; Waszek, Lydia and Paula. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Paula. OpenLIVES project (2016). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Pedro at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Pedro. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2016. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Coudret Lucie, Waszek Lydia and Pedro. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Pedro. OpenLIVES project (2016). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Juan Luis Hernández at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Juan Luis Hernández. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2015. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Se incorporan enlaces a los documentales realizados por las estudiantes Lucie England-Duce y Catherine Jessup. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: England-Duce, Lucie; Jessup, Catherine and Hernández, Juan Luis. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Esther. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-

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OpenLIVES Interview with Esther at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Esther. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 31 de enero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Quartana, Daniele; Shiress, Suzie; Wells, Sally and Esther. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Esther. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Gisela Lorente at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Gisela Lorente. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 1 de febrero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Farrell, David; Kendall, Emily; Spruell, Jenny and Lorente, Gisella. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Gisela Lorente. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Abraham Alcántara at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Abraham Alcántara. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 1 de febrero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Storer, James; Shiress, Suzie, Wood, Bethany and Alcántara, Abraham. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Abraham Alcántara. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES Interview with Alba Pomés at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Alba Pomés. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 4 de febrero de 2014. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos, sobre esta asignatura, publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista: Crooker, Sonia, Wells, Sally and Pomés, Alba. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Alba Pomés. OpenLIVES project (2014). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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Redes sociales, ¿redes de seguridad? Las comunidades y Internet en las experiencias de la emigración

Este documental, creado como parte de un proyecto estudiantil de la Universidad de Leeds, indaga sobre el papel de las comunidades y la tecnologia en la experiencia de la emigración. Investiga estos temas a través de extractos de entrevistas con tres emigrados espanoles que viven en la ciudad de Leeds, Inglaterra. Compara estas narrativas con extractos de publicaciones en varias redes sociales y comunidades digitales escritas por emigrantes españoles, para ver las interacciones entre las comunidades virtuales y las narrativas individuales. Utiliza elementos del modo ‘participativo’ y del ‘reflexivo’ de Nichols, tratando los temas de los métodos de investigación del estudiante y del proyecto OpenLIVES. El documental fue producido como parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de la Universidad de Leeds. Attributions: Abreu, J., Greenway J., Lillywhite, K., Morgan, L., Richardson, J., Steel, A., Wilson, J., Wright, D. and Zaragoza, J. 2013. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Javier Zaragoza. OpenLIVES project (2013). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds Abreu, J., Gállego, L., Greenway J., Lillywhite, K., Morgan, L., Richardson, J., Steel, A., Wilson, J., and Wright, D. 2013. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Lara Gallego. OpenLIVES project (2013). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds England-Duce, L., Jessup, C., and Hernandez, J. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Juan Luis. OpenLIVES project (2015). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds With thanks to Batchelor, F., Curnock, I., Floyd, R. and Schmidt, E. who voice-acted extracts from the following online posts: Anonymous Facebook users (2015). Posts from Españoles en Leeds. [Facebook posts]. Anonymous users of 'no nos vamos, nos echan' (no publication date). Posts from 'no nos vamos, nos echan'. Rosella, M. (2012) Blog posts from 'Viviendo Abroad'.

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Interview to Spanish Poets Inma Pelegrín and Katy Parra

Interview in Spanish: Award-winning Spanish Poets Inma Pelegrín and Katy Parra are interviewed at the University of Leeds by Dr Diana Cullell, Lecturer at the University of Liverpool (Iberian and Latin American Studies). During the interview Inma Pelegrín and Katy talk about the current state of poetic production in Spain, the connections with political changes in Spain, socially committed poetry, cultural policy, accessibility of poetry, meaning in poetry and language learning and poetry. They also talk about their own poetry and their influences. The interview took place on the 3 February 2015. Inma Pelegrín is the winner of the prestigious literary awards “Premio Hispanoamericano de Poesía Juan Ramón Jiménez 2012” and “Premio Internacional de Poesía Gerardo Diego 2007”. Inma's poetry is fresh and direct yet distinctively sublime. She is a poet of immense emotional intelligence and linguistic talent, as she can arouse the most nuanced feelings in the reader by using familiar and colloquial language, which she seamlessly transforms into poetic gold. Her latest work includes Universo improbable (2009) Trapos sucios (2008), Óxido (2008) and Cuestión de horas (2012) Katy Parra is a literary activist and poet who has published extensively since 1997. In 2008 she won the International Poetry Award dedicated to Miguel Hernández. Her poetry sits comfortably along those unique voices in Spanish poetry who have managed to put the most exquisite formal poetic demands at the service of clarity, subtle irony and unexpected eroticism. Katy is the author of Coma Idílico (2008), Por si los pájaros (2008) and La manzana o la vida (2013). Inma Pelegrín and Katy Parra visited the University of Leeds to participate in the International Writers at Leeds event held on the 3rd February 2015 at Leeds Central Library. The event "Exploring the Feminine and the Divine" also featured poets Siobhan Mac Mahon and Hannah Stone, guitarist Sabrina Piggot and Antonio Martínez-Arboleda (University of Leeds- Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies) as literary editor and translator.

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Understanding the Economic and Political Context of the Spanish Crisis

Economist Roger Fernández Urbano (University of Barcelona and University of Warwick) discusses the reasons behind the Spanish Financial Crisis and the Housing Bubble, in the premiere in the UK of the documentary €uroestafa (€uroescam) by Guillermo Cruz. This resource includes the poster of the event, mymedia video presentation plus ppt slides. With thanks to HumBox Project for OER production for funding. Also supported by the Centre for World Cinemas. Creative Commons Licence 3.0 BY-NC-SA. Copyright University of Leeds. 2015

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OpenLIVES Interview with Lara Gállego at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Lara Gállego. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 26 de enero de 2013. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo, transcripción (en documento word y en pdf) e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista y su transcripción: : Abreu, J., Morgan, L., Richardson, J., Steel, A., Wright, D. and Gállego, L.. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Lara Gállego. OpenLIVES project (2013). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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OpenLIVES: Interviews and documentaries produced by University of Leeds students

These are the interviews and documentaries published by students at the University of Leeds as part of their work in the module SPPO3640 Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES). You can find other resources, such as class materials, presentations or academic references in other folders and resources in HumBox. There is another collection of interviews of emigres who left Spain between the 1930's to the 1960's published by the HumBox team: http://humbox.ac.uk/3790/

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OpenLIVES Interview with Javier Zaragoza at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Javier Zaragoza. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 23 de enero de 2013. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo, transcripción (en documento word y en pdf) e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista y su transcripción: Greenway J., Lillywhite, K., Steel, A., Wright, D. and Zaragoza, J. 2013. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Javier Zaragoza. OpenLIVES project (2013). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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Dissemination presentations on the work of OpenLIVES

This collection brings together a selection of presentations on the work of the JISC-funded OpenLIVES project. These presentations were given at conferences and dissemination events by the project team.

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Open academic practice in action

I gave this presentation at the OER13 conference, on 26th March 2013. It is an outline of the activities and findings of the amazing OpenLIVES project. Find OpenLIVES interviews at www.humbox.ac.uk/3790 and look at the Openlives group to find more resources.

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Learning about social and economic issues in Spanish: videos and websites for language work.

This is a collection of videos and websites that prepare students for the challenge of interviewing Spanish economic migrants and dealing with the resulting primary data. They provide background information and key vocabulary and ideas in Spanish. They are only for advanced learners (B2-C1 CEFR) interested in these topics and require some scaffolding and activities around them. They have been used successfully in the OpenLIVES module SPPO3640 at the University of Leeds

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OpenLIVES - Year 1 Spanish Language and Spanish Society Learning Resources

This is a collection of resources produced for Spanish Language Autonomous Learning (B2-C1 CEFR) and Spanish Society (SPPO1180 - Skills and Issues in Spanish and Latin AMerican Studies) at the University of Leeds as part of JISC-funded OpenLIVES.

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OpenLIVES - interviewing married couples for oral history research

This video features an interview with Dr Darren Paffey, of the University of Southampton, who conducted many of the original OpenLIVES interviews. He talks about the experiences of interviewing a married couple and some of the pleasures and challenges of collecting personal life stories for research.

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OpenLIVES Seminar Task 1 (Week 3 of the programme)

This is a task aimed at developing students skills in interview coding whilst appreciating the emotional richness of the life story of Germinal Luis, a Spanish migrant whose testimony features in the OpenLIVES collection. This activity can be classed as an inductive and hands-on initiation to Migration Oral History. As part of the task, students will be able to contribute to the Global Learning Community with their own OER. It is part of the Final Year module SPPO3640 Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)University of Leeds – School of Modern Languages and Cultures. BAs in Spanish. The resource contains a file in pdf and another in word, but it is the same content in both.

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OpenLIVES Pedagogy

This is a document, uploaded as a PDF and as a ppt, outlining the main points of the presentation given at the HEA-funded OpenLIVES workshop at the University of Southampton (LLAS) on the 23rd of May 2012. During the presentation some educational principles and practices emerging from the OpenLIVES experience were discussed, including the idea of student as an author and transacademic life skills. This presentation is the basis for the second part of the OpenLIVES presentation of the July 2012 LLAS Symposium in Edinburgh given in conjunction with Kate Borthwick, from LLAS in Southampton.

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OpenLIVES @ LLAS 2012 Conference

This is the ppt presentation shown at the Edinburgh Conference of 2012. It outlines some of the key aspects of this collection of digitalised research data and some educational principles and practices emerging from the OpenLIVES experience. OpenLIVES is an OER project funded by JISC.

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Gernika Tree plaque, Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Romsey, Hampshire, UK

Inscription reads: "From the Tree of Gerinka". Presented to Hampshire County Council by the County Council of Bizkaia to mark the cooperation agreement between the two counties signed in Winchester on 17th March 1994.

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Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (SPPO3640)

This is the module outline of a new course that will be taught at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures of the University of Leeds from September 2012. This course is aimed at Final Year students of all our Spanish BA's. It has been designed as part of the University of Leeds' contribution to the JISC-funded OpenLIVES Project, in collaboration with the University of Southampton and the University of Portsmouth. You can also find a blog entry discussing the rationale for methodologies chosen. The module combines research-based learning and professional/life skills and allows students to be real producers of cultural critical knowledge.

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'Los Niños' 75th anniversary commemoration

These resources relate to an event which took place on 12th May, 2012, at the University of Southampton. It marked the 75th anniversary of the arrival of Spanish child refugees in Southampton. The event was attended by over 200 refugees and their families, as well as Spanish and Basque dignitaries, students and members of the public. It was a day of memories, emotion, history and warmth. There were many documents on display, which had been collected largely by the Basque Children's Association, and on this day, the Association officially handed their archive over to the University for safe-keeping.

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Images: 'Los Ninos' 75th Anniversary Commemoration

These photos were taken on 12th May, 2012, at the University of Southampton, at an event to mark the 75th anniversary of the arrival of Spanish child refugees in Southampton. The event was attended by over 200 refugees and their families, as well as Spanish and Basque dignitaries, students and members of the public. It was a day of memories, emotion, history and warmth. There were many documents on display, which had been collected largely by the Basque Children's Association, and on this day, the Association officially handed their archive over to the University for safe-keeping.

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Los miserables

Spanish writer Juan Ramón Barat reflects upon the aftermath of the Lorca Earthquake of 11 May 2011, which brought down many buildings in this historical city and caused several casualties. In this literary and social piece, distributed to the public on the 18th of May 2011, Barat points at the lack of business ethics in the construction business as one of the reasons behind the destruction caused by the earthquake. This is a good text for those interested in contemporary social, economic and political issues in Spain, as it relates very well to some of the demands and criticisms aired by campaigners of the so-called "Spanish Revolution" of the 15th of May 2011.

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Introduction to the Spanish Political Transition and the Reform of the Political System

This is a powerpoint presentation which can help year one students in BA's in Spanish to gain a better understanding of the constrains and achievements of the transition of Spain to a democratic political system between 1975 and 1982. This resource contains video links to youtube and other links to webpages as well as content taken from Dr San Martín's presentation on the Spanish Political System that can be found in the HumBox. It can be used in the classroom, but it is also suitable for self-access. There is a word file with the lesson plan.

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Spanish voices: interviews from contemporary Spain

This video presents views and opinions from ordinary members of the public.

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17. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 17 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 17 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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16. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 16 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 16 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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15. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 15 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 15 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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14. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 14 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 14 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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13. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 13 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 13 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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12. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 12 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 2 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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10. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 10 - Summary of Methodology - Transcripts in English and Spanish.

Participant 10 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why?”. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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9. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 9 - Summary of Methodology - Transcripts in English and Spanish.

Participant 9 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why?”. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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8. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia).Video 8 - Summary of Methodology - Transcripts in English and Spanish.

Participant 8 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why?". This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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7. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 7 - Summary of Methodology - Transcripts in English and Spanish.

Participant 7 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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6. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca. Video 6 - Summary of Methodology - Transcripts in English and Spanish.

Participant 6 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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5. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 5 - Summary of Methodology - Transcripts in English and Spanish.

Participant 5 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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4. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 4 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 4 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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3. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia) . Video 3 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 3 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why?". This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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2. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 2 - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 2 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? Why? “. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 undergraduate module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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1. Attitudes towards Regional Autonomy in Spain: The Case of Lorca (Region of Murcia). Video 1 and Follow-up Video - Transcripts in English and Spanish - Summary of Methodology

Participant 1 responds to the question “How would you feel if the regional parliament and the regional government of the Autonomous Community of Murcia were to disappear tomorrow and all the decisions taken at regional level were to be taken instead at national level? (Why?)“. This video response is part of the collection of learning resources for the students of the Year 2 module SPPO 2370/2371 (“Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration in Europe”). School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds.

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Discussion Board: Promotional video on European elections

This activity is part of the learning programme of the module "Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration into Europe" (SPPO 2370/1), taught in all BA's in Spanish at the University of Leeds. It is aimed at facilitating students’ interaction and co-operation in the process of understanding the relationship between Spain and Europe in the last 30 years.

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Discussion Board: TV documentary on national identity in contemporary Spain

This activity is currently being used in the module SPPO 2650 "The Spanish regional Melting Pot: the same old History?" at the University of Leeds. This module is a Level 2 very popular option for all our BAs in Spanish. Students make their contributions via discussion boards in VLE Blackboard. The activity was first used in the module "Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration into Europe" (SPPO 2370/1) in 2009 but has been updated since them. It is aimed at facilitating students’ interaction and co-operation in the process of understanding national and regional identities in contemporary Spain. It fosters transferable skills such as intercultural communication, analytical skills, critical skills, the ability to work as part of a group, commercial awareness, negotiating skills, online communication skills, leadership and spirit of enquiry. The activity also offers students the possibility to reflect upon ethics and responsibility in a research and communication professional role. It contains a word document with the activitiy in Spanish for 2012-2013, a word document with a learning reflection sheet to do in the classroom after the activity (this was incorporated in response to feedback received from employer) plus previous versions of the activity in Spanish and English.

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Regional and National Diversity and the Spanish Political System

This is a powerpoint presentation that covers several sessions on regional and national diversity in contemporary Spain. These materials are used in the module "Introducción al Mundo Hispano" (SPPO 1400), taught as part of the Certificate in Higher Education in Spanish at the University of Leeds.

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Discussion Board: Socioeconomic and demographic reality of Contemporary Spain

This activity is currently being used in the module SPPO 2650/1 "The Spanish regional Melting Pot: the old same History?" at the University of Leeds. Students make their contributions via discussion boards in VLE Blackboard. The activity is aimed at facilitating students’ interaction and co-operation in the process of understanding the complex socio-economic and demographic reality of Spain and its Autonomous Communities as well as the country’s political-territorial structure. It also fosters transferable skills such as statistical literacy, the ability to work as part of a group, negotiating skills, communication skills, leadership and spirit of enquiry. The activity was first used in the module "Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration into Europe" (SPPO 2370/1) in 2008 but has been updated since them. It can be downloaded either as a word document or as a pdf. Last update 29 September 2014.

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