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Campus - Social Sciences - 26.05.2021

Health - Social Sciences - 26.05.2021
UCLA analysis reveals need to break down COVID-19 data for ethnic subgroups
According to a new UCLA report, COVID-19 case rates and death rates for Californians from Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander and Asian ethnic groups varied widely in 2020.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 25.05.2021

Life Sciences - Social Sciences - 25.05.2021
Bloodlines and reconciliation
Bloodlines and reconciliation
A new memorial consisting of burial poles at ANU marks another important step in making sure Indigenous Australians have a say about how their genetics are used by science.

Social Sciences - Religions - 25.05.2021

Environment - Social Sciences - 24.05.2021
Environmental learning in unexpected places
Environmental learning in unexpected places
A wide range of organizations focused on areas as seemingly disparate as social justice, religion and the arts play important roles in helping people understand and act on environmental issues.

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 24.05.2021
Opinion: Science should be at the centre of all policy making
Science has played a key role in policymaking during the pandemic and must continue to be central if we are to make breakthroughs in global issues, says Professor Ruth Morgan (UCL Security & Crime Science).

Environment - Social Sciences - 24.05.2021
What’s Left Out of Energy Models? You
Carnegie Mellon University A team of Carnegie Mellon researchers led by Turner Cotterman, an engineering and public policy (EPP) Ph.D.

Psychology - Social Sciences - 24.05.2021

Criminology / Forensics - Social Sciences - 23.05.2021
What Americans are thinking a year after George Floyd’s death
AP-NORC poll: Strong support for police reform, but less confidence in positive change Nearly a year after the death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer, Americans remain more like

Health - Social Sciences - 21.05.2021
Less than a third completely understand Covid-19 rules
Fewer than 1 in 3 people (29.1%) say that they 'completely' understand the current UK Covid-19 lockdown rules, find UCL researchers as part of the Covid-19 Social Study.

Social Sciences - Campus - 20.05.2021
Nation’s First Civility Research Center at UC San Diego to Address Juvenile Justice Reform
Aerial View of UC San Diego. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Communications. T he new Applied Research Center for Civility at UC San Diego will be the nation's first and serve as an outlet for the pioneering work on society's most distressing social issues.

Environment - Social Sciences - 18.05.2021
Research is dressing up
Research is dressing up
The 7th Science Fest of the University of Barcelona will take place from May 25 to 28, and for its second year in a row, the event will be held online.

Social Sciences - Health - 18.05.2021

Campus - Social Sciences - 17.05.2021

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 17.05.2021
Online gambling soared during lockdown, especially among regular gamblers
The study, led by the University of Bristol and published today (17 May) in the Journal of Gambling Studies , showed regular male gamblers were particularly prone to gambling more often online during the public lockdown in the UK, compared to their previously reported gambling habits. Although overall men and women gambled less frequently during lockdown, partly due to betting shops being closed, some forms of gambling increased.

Politics - Social Sciences - 14.05.2021
Israel-Palestinian violence: why East Jerusalem has become a flashpoint in a decades-old conflict
Weeks of tensions between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces in East Jerusalem have boiled over in recent days, unleashing some of the worst violence between Israel and the Palestinians in years.

Social Sciences - 14.05.2021
History of Indigenous work sheds light on Australian slavery
History of Indigenous work sheds light on Australian slavery
The exploitation of Indigenous Australian workers offers powerful insights into Australia's history of slavery, as well as the Black Lives Matter movement and deaths in custody, leading experts from The Australian National University (ANU) say.

Campus - Social Sciences - 13.05.2021
How a UChicago initiative fostered ’synergy’ between art and science
Scholars reflect on the Arts, Science + Culture Initiative's decade of impact Julie Marie Lemon has always been interested in revealing what cannot be seen at first glance.

Social Sciences - 13.05.2021
Year 8 students work with Cambridge researchers to help their peers learn about the census
I find this information interesting because it shows a clear link between history and data, and how it affects people's lives Lewys, Year 8 student Researchers from Cambridge's Department of Geograph

Health - Social Sciences - 13.05.2021
In California, the pandemic hits Latinos hard
Members of the state's largest ethnic group have faced greater exposure to COVID-19 and have contracted and died from the coronavirus at higher rates than non-Hispanic whites, a Stanford-led study finds.

Social Sciences - 13.05.2021

Social Sciences - 12.05.2021

Health - Social Sciences - 12.05.2021
Vaccine hesitancy, rooted in institutional mistrust, could stand in way of COVID-19 herd immunity
The global effort to develop and distribute COVID-19 vaccines has progressed despite myriad challenges.

Social Sciences - 12.05.2021
Serious violence falls by a third
Levels of serious violence in England and Wales fell by almost a third in 2020, reflecting COVID-19 lockdowns and other restrictions.

Health - Social Sciences - 12.05.2021
McGill-Concordia-uOttawa research team finds correlation between COVID-19-based discrimination and poor mental health
Visible minorities, health-care workers and young people in Quebec have been at higher risk of experiencing COVID-19-related discrimination and more likely to suffer from poor mental health in the pa

Health - Social Sciences - 11.05.2021
UCLA report provides close look at state’s Whole Person Care pilot health program
California in 2016 introduced its Whole Person Care program, a pilot project designed to integrate medical, behavioral health and social services for Medi-Cal patients who frequently accessed health services, incurred disproportionately high costs and had poor health outcomes.