The number of people compelled to flee their homes because of conflict or mass disasters such as floods and earthquakes has almost doubled over the last 10 years. Of these displaced individuals, approximately 40% have […]
With back-to-school season in full swing, parents might want to think twice about posting “first day of class” photos of their youngsters on social media, based on West Virginia University research.This article is brought to […]
Good news, Mr. President: A new study from a team of political scientists finds that the age of politicians may not be voters’ chief concern when they’re deciding who to cast their ballots for.This article […]
Although most people who commit violence tend to be teens and young adults, a new study found that the perpetrators of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda were mostly middle-aged men.This article is brought to you […]
COVID-19, rather than the threat of climate change, has spurred Australians to become more sustainable, according to research from The University of Queensland.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
In just eight years time, the Labor government wants Australia to be 82% powered by renewable energy. That means a rapid, historic shift, given only 24% of our power was supplied by renewables as of […]
Child welfare agencies are charged with the herculean task of ensuring children’s safety. When families are impacted by intimate partner violence, this task can be complex.This article is brought to you by Phys.Org.
Publicly traded companies are required to disclose the ratio of their CEO compensation to the median pay of their employees—a rule that was adopted beginning in 2018 by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) […]
A new book co-authored by a University of South Australia academic gives an insight into how text messaging—celebrating its 30th birthday this year—has been driven by technology and young people.This article is brought to you […]
Low-income families already face an uphill battle in the housing market, but a recent study from a pair of public policy researchers at Northeastern suggests the hill might be even steeper.This article is brought to […]