With three mass shooting within a week leaving 24 Californians dead, public policy makers are searching for answers.This article is brought to you by this site.
A research study led by J. Tom Mueller, Ph.D., research assistant professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences at the University of Oklahoma, was published in the […]
“As people age, they become more conservative” is a well worn political aphorism. It is cited frequently in discussions and research about generational politics. It’s been deployed in various ways in the popular discourse—a way […]
Autocrats and dictators quickly acquire new arms technologies from abroad and often use them against their own citizens. Now a study of multiple nations during the period 1820–2010 shows that the spread of military technologies […]
A machine-learning analysis has revealed patterns in online hate speech that suggest complex—and sometimes counterintuitive—links between real-world events and different types of hate speech. Yonatan Lupu of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and colleagues […]
Immigration is one of the most controversial social and political issues in American life. Yet little attention is given to the aftermath of U.S. immigration policies or the immigrant Americans who are deported back to […]
In the early pandemic, conspiracy theories that were shared the most on Twitter highlighted malicious purposes and secretive actions of supposed bad actors behind the crisis, according to an analysis of nearly 400,000 posts.This article […]
As millennial and post-millennial voters become the largest group of voters around the world, Flinders University experts warn that the ‘grandfather effect’ has seen people from previous generations retain or elected to officeat an advanced […]