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Rodney Coates Outlines A 12-Step Program for Decolonizing Academe
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July 26, 2020

Rodney Coates Outlines A 12-Step Program for Decolonizing Academe

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An Introduction to Social (Dis)Connectedness: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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July 21, 2020

An Introduction to Social (Dis)Connectedness: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Collective Trauma Amid COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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July 21, 2020

Collective Trauma Amid COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Aging, Connectedness and COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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July 21, 2020

Aging, Connectedness and COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Social Isolation Amid COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Social Isolation Amid COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

They had been sentenced, for an unknown crime, to an indeterminate period of punishment. (Camus, 1947) As Albert Camus observed in The […]

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Risk Perception Amid COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Risk Perception Amid COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Patient A1.1, who was then still experiencing mild respiratory symptoms, attended a birthday party with nine other people. They hugged and shared […]

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Group Threat and COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Group Threat and COVID: An Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

The biggest threat to the Territory is clear. It is not us, it’s them. Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan We live in a dangerous […]

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Integrating Newcomers: Studying the Socialization of Skilled Migrants

Integrating Newcomers: Studying the Socialization of Skilled Migrants

Quite often discussions about skilled migrants center on the receiving country’s reaction to the migrants, rather than the experiences of the migrants themselves. In this article from the Journal of Management, Phyllis Tharenou, vice president and executive dean of the College of Business, Government and Law of Flinders University, and Carol T. Kulik, a research professor of human resource management at the University of South Australia Business School, address this absence specifically in the academic management literature.

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10 Tips for Spotting Misinformation Online

10 Tips for Spotting Misinformation Online

It’s tempting to blame bots and trolls for spreading misinformation. But really it’s our own fault for sharing so widely. Research has confirmed that lies spread faster than truth – mainly because lies are not bound to the same rules as truth.

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The Importance of Cultural and Social Awareness in Building LGBTQI Families

The Importance of Cultural and Social Awareness in Building LGBTQI Families

Marni Brown found herself pondering, “Why does race matter in this selection process and why do lesbians, in general, want their offspring to look like them? Is the desire for our children to look like us actuality a cover-up for racially driven decisions that perpetuate inequality in already marginalized communities?”

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The Price of ‘Paying Your Debt to Society’ Extends Well Beyond Incarceration

The Price of ‘Paying Your Debt to Society’ Extends Well Beyond Incarceration

here’s a fact Cynthia Golembeski learned while researching criminal justice reform and teaching college classes in prisons: the reason the transition to life outside the corrections system is so hard is that there are more than 44,000 indirect consequences of a criminal conviction.

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An Introduction to Social Influence and COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

An Introduction to Social Influence and COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Efforts to influence people loom large in a pandemic. In particular, there is a demand for effective leadership which explains what is […]

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