Expert opinions cover James Bond sexual harassment in the media kindness science diplomacy and the beautiful game
In an article for The Conversation, Professor Martin Parker from our School of Business has discussed how over the years James Bond has gradually become an employee who is critical of the means and ends of the organisation that he works for.
In an article for The Conversation, Dr Kaitlynn Mendes from our School of Media, Communication and Sociology outlines five ways sexual harassment has been minimised in popular culture over the past few weeks, with explanations about why they are not ok.
- Read the full article 'Five times men trivialised sexual harassment in the media – and why that’s a problem' hosted on Think: Leicester here
In an article for The Conversation, Eva Krockow, Andrew M Colman and Briony Pulford from our Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour have outlined how acts of kindness not only improve overall societal welfare, but also make altruists feel good.
- Read the full article 'Why is it nice to be nice? Solving Darwin’s puzzle of kindness' hosted on Think: Leicester here
PhD student Emme Ledgerwood from our School of History, Politics and International Relations has written an article for the British Library on World Science Day for Peace and Development.
- Read the full article 'Using science to build international relations: a short introduction to science diplomacy' hosted on Think: Leicester here
John Williams from our School of Media, Communications and Sociology, has written an article for Think: Leicester discussing tomorrow's (14 November) England V Brazil match and the waning attraction of international football.
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