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There’s a new tool in the war against cyberbullying.
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Social scientists investigate when and why liberals and conservatives mistrust science. The apparent split might be more about personal and cultural beliefs than feelings about science itself.
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Parfitt and Michael occupied different spaces within the mainstream, though illustrated just how wide it has become.
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Research into platforms like Uber and ride-sharing platform BlaBlaCar show high levels of trust thanks to clever design.
The government has several options, but the clock is ticking to improve employment rates for the next generation.
If children attend single-sex schools, they may be at a disadvantage when it comes to preparing them for gender-integrated workplaces.
The premise is knowledge is not really owned by anyone. It’s a cumulative, shared resource, available to all.