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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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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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Discussion Board: Newspaper debate on identities and linguistic diversity in contemporary Spain
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 national and regional identities and linguistic diversity in contemporary Spain.

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Discussion Board: TV documentary on identities and linguistic diversity in contemporary Catalonia
This activity is used in the module "Spain: Political Decentralisation and Integration into Europe" (SPPO 2370/1). Its aim is to facilitate students’ practical and personal engagement, interaction and co-operation in the process of understanding key issues in relation to national identity in Spain and the sociolinguistic reality of its Autonomous Communities.

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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.

Shared with the World by Mr Antonio Martínez-Arboleda

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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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