Values in adulthood rarely change. But major events, like wars — and pandemics — can shift our priorities.
Join a major event aimed at addressing the pandemic's social impacts.
The line between what is normal and what is pathological has blurred. We risk our collective sanity and our planet if we stick to business as usual.
Why is socio-economic inequality so threatening to complex societies and how can archaeology inform public policies for mitigating it?
Men who identify as feminists self-report more frequent sex and higher levels of sexual satisfaction. The other 60 per cent aren’t having as much fun, according to the findings of a new study.
Pubs are recognised as important assets to their communities, providing economic and social value alike.
Studies have shown that highlighting individual responsibility isn’t quite as effective as it seems
With the third national lockdown under way, how can E.M. Forster's neglected masterpiece help us survive the next few months?
What the largest study of diversity attitudes found from a survey of 11,000 adults in England and Wales in 2020.
Here’s how governments can get more people to follow COVID-19 guidelines.
Mexican philosophers have a word for the peculiar anxiety you may be feeling: ‘zozobra,’ a dizziness that arises from social disintegration.
They are often framed as lazy and fraudulent and are constantly harassed by the police. Now, it seems they have had enough. We explore what it takes to be a young Nigerian living in Nigeria.
Without Black Lives Matter the promise of true multiculturalism will continue to remain something of a pipe-dream.
In a chapter of my latest book, I highlight some of Indonesia’s most innovative and culturally significant films and directors over the past 70 years.
Once something bound up with other people, more recently ‘happiness’ is seen as something very individual. Has our dependence on each other during lockdown changed our sense of where happiness lies?
While some women may be actively involved in choosing their marital name, taking the man’s name remains the norm.
Survey data shows British people continue to hold racist views and that minorities continue to face discrimination when applying for jobs.
It’s important to unravel how disability is understood as a step towards improving the well-being of disabled people.
The divide transcends partisan bickering. Some people really do recoil at the imposition of strict rules, while others become anxious when rules aren’t followed.
The psychology behind a sense of togetherness during the pandemic.