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Remaking the right?

Remaking the right?

How online behaviour among America’s right wing helps us understand its society and politics.

A matter of life or death

A matter of life or death

What is the relationship between poverty and suicide in low and middle income countries?

Do safe spaces threaten free speech?

Do safe spaces threaten free speech?

Both safe spaces and anti-terrorism strategies such as Prevent imperil free speech on campuses.

'Toxic rhetoric' takes human rights into dark age

2016 will go down as an ‘annus horribilis’ when it comes to human rights, if the latest Amnesty International report is any indication.

The merging of science fiction with fact

The merging of science fiction with fact

If robots are taking over the world, what repercussions does this have for the human brain? LSE Professor of Law Andrew Murray is tackling this question in his research.

Terrorism and tourism

Terrorism and tourism

Attacks on tourists by Islamic State are deterring people from travelling to all Muslim countries

The mother of all problems?

The mother of all problems?

Can the disadvantages that often accompany becoming a young parent be minimised?

Russia

Russia's state of the art media strategy

As Russia pursues an increasingly aggressive foreign policy in recent years, a new study argues that media monitoring can shed light on the Kremlin’s opaque decision-making processes.

Live forever?

Live forever?

Paula Kiel is researching the ways digital media is interacting with death, leading her to question the future role of media and communication in society.

Working the phones

Working the phones

Call centre workers are much reviled, but what conditions do they face and what power do they have to resist them?