Don't expect your social worker to ask you about your religious beliefs.
One of the key economic challenges outlined in the recently released Intergenerational Report was the need to increase the workforce participation of older Australians.
Messages conveyed on websites may be more persuasive if theses websites are interactive, according to researchers.
Muslim communities may not be as victimised by violent crime, or as dissatisfied with the police as is widely suggested and believed, according to new research by a Cambridge academic.
A new expert panel report, Science Culture: Where Canada Stands, released today by the Council of Canadian Academies, helps to paint the clearest picture of Canada's science culture and science culture support system in 25 ...
Modern day football managers face concerns far beyond the tactics board, according to ground-breaking research from the University of Stirling.
It's easier to feel positive about the endangered tiger in your backyard if you live on the good side of town.
(Phys.org) —A researcher from Murdoch University's Audience Labs suggests economically pinched news outlets should take advantage of positive attitudes to online TV ads as a better way to balance the books.
Advertisers who put images of female celebrities and models next to their products spark scorn rather than shopping, according to new research.
The recurrent myth that the label "Pākehā" is derogatory is challenged by the latest findings from the large scale New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study. The study found generally positive feelings between Māori and New ...