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Search Results for: Metaphor
Metaphor in End-of-Life Care
Dr Zsófia Demjén, Senior Research Associate, Lancaster University, UK On 1 September, academics from three faculties at Lancaster University began the data collection stage of the ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) funded project ‘Metaphor in End-of-Life Care’. Over 18 months, … Continue reading
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Don’t Say She Lost Her Battle: making a film about my mum’s death.
The words we use matter. Especially when discussing subjects that inform end-of-life decisions. Today, Oisín Liam Power, Irish writer and film maker, tells us about the inspiration behind his new short film – and why metaphorical war language should be … Continue reading