Republicans are four times as likely as Democrats to say they’re not going to get the COVID-19 vaccine. What’s behind the polarization of who trusts or denies science?
A new book explores physical culture in a social and historical context, focusing on colonial settings.
A more balanced picture of “coloured” mens’ experiences and lives allows society to see beyond negative stereotypes.
Although Ghana has not been affected by religious conflict, the ways youth from the Muslim minority relate to their nation is an important question.
Ghana’s latest population census offers a window into the contested terrain of population statistics.
African identity needs a revision to move beyond current understanding of its relationship with China
Poverty, vulnerability and discrimination are barriers many Indonesians face in acquiring identity documents.
Who are the arbiters of contentious language? The answer, in the case of terms that refer to people, is the people to whom those terms refer.
Why do men identify as straight if they have sex with other men? And why would a straight man have sex with another man in the first place?
The solution to a defective, sexist Criminal Code ban can be found in the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Indonesia’s system of identity document ownership is rife with systemic problems.
We studied shared values within England and found an even larger gulf between Northerners and Southerners than we did between English and Scots.
Nigerians, as well as other Africans, need to actively work to decolonise social arrangements created by the British.
The most ignored and least understood UK demographic, mixed-race people don’t want to be told who they are or where they fit in.
Researchers find that the most devoted fans take their team’s defeats personally and often blame losses on the refs or cheating. Sound familiar?
Specialising in one sport early on in childhood carries greater risk of burnout, injury, and dropout from the sport.
Our work is often so closely tied to our sense of who we are, many of us struggle to switch off on holidays. But it’s never too late to hide the laptop.
The story of invention in America typically features larger-than-life caricatures of white men like Thomas Edison while largely ignoring the contributions of women and people of color.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a stressful and challenging time. But staying busy can help by creating a diversion, helping us to build community and strengthening our sense of self.
Don’t just let idyllic representations of life in the country seduce you. Making a successful move depends on ensuring the place you have chosen is a good match for your values and needs.