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Gender gap revealed in academic journal submissions during first COVID-19 wavePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 hoursaveRefWorks
Choosing 'good migrants' for 'Global Britain'PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 hourssaveRefWorks
The disappearance of women researchers in times of pandemicPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences4 hourssaveRefWorks
Adolescent dating violence affects one in three, but murky policies mean most adults don't know how to helpPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences4 hourssaveRefWorks
Climate crisis: How states may be held responsible for impact on childrenPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 hourssaveRefWorks
Co-worker interventions can moderate customer sexual harassment in service industryPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Female journalists at top level advocate gender equality in newsroomsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Sociologist calls for national improvements on criminal rehabilitationPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Violence against women in Kenya: Data provides a glimpse into a grim situationPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
People love the billionaire, but hate the billionaires' clubPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Considering others' perspectives can prevent unfavorable outcomesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Study: Adolescents' experiences with police have harmful repercussions for later life outcomesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences4 dayssaveRefWorks
Prosecutors embrace a color-blind approach to prosecution, highlights need for cultural rescripting in prosecutionPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences4 dayssaveRefWorks
Study on motivational narratives of meth users in alabama is first photo-ethnography in criminologyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
New game can help users identify, avoid online echo chambersPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
80 percent of people in Switzerland feel fully integrated into societyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
A good job for robots found– dealing with our embarrassing problemsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
Death penalty can express society's outrage, but biases often taint the verdictPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
For 50 years, mass incarceration has hurt American families. Here's how to change itPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
Facial recognition, cameras and other tools police use raise questions about accountabilityPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
Many US adults worry about facial image data in healthcare settingsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Using Disney movies to help with child developmentPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
How San Diego grew into a magnet for Nobel-quality talent in sciencePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Death threats, trolling common for scientists who speak to media about COVIDPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
The first battle in the culture wars: The quality of diversityPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
The influence collective risks have on the acceptance of social normsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Death threats, law suits: COVID experts targetedPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Study asserts that assessments of parolees' risk should consider recidivism-free timePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Scientists seen as trustworthy experts when sharing their work in online videosPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Extroverted and conscientious employees most 'burdened' by working from homePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Lego's return to gender neutral toys is good news for all kidsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Boom in home-delivered alcohol opens the door to underage drinkingPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Aspects of military culture are seen to contribute to violence and abuse towards partnersPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
New research calls for hybrid working to be more sustainablePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences8 dayssaveRefWorks
Research investigates how the closure of groups and services hit the vulnerablePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences8 dayssaveRefWorks
Study paints a grim picture of what young gangsters think about violence and manhoodPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences8 dayssaveRefWorks
Widespread masking encourages others to wear masksPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences8 dayssaveRefWorks
Automatic entry into career advancing competitions could help women, study suggestsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 dayssaveRefWorks
Study links COVID-19 rates with nature equity, shows double burden for communities of colorPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 dayssaveRefWorks
Study: COVID-19 creates a new marketplace for contract cheatingPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 dayssaveRefWorks
Physics meets democracy in this modeling studyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Children live online more than ever: We need better definitions of 'good' and 'bad' screen timePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Indonesians' support for the death penalty declines with more rigorous survey methodsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
New report finds stark transit inequity in BaltimorePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Trans people and cisgender gay men in the UK are most likely to experience violencePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Student sex work is happening, and universities need to respond with health servicesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Ten ways we can better respond to the pandemic in a trauma-informed wayPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Americans agree misinformation is a problem, poll showsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Consumers see diverse organizations as moral ones, study showsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 dayssaveRefWorks
Hybrid working is fueling demand for more tech and bigger homes, and both are bad news for the planetPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences13 dayssaveRefWorks
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