22 Mar 2013

The Panel with Barry Corbett and Simon Pound (Part 2)

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 4:35 pm on 22 March 2013

The use of words with emotional content in books has steadily decreased throughout the last century, according to new research from the Universities of Bristol, Sheffield, and Durham. Is it time New Zealand moved to protect its constitution from the whims of the executive? Is an advert depicting Chairman Mao performing the Gangnam Style dance an insult to Chinese immigrants living in Auckland?