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Missing people prefer to stay nearby

09 September 2014

People who voluntarily go missing usually stay close to home, according to new research. Findings from the esrc-funded project geographies of missing people were presented at the 1st international con...

Opinion: Containing a crisis

11 July 2014

Martin lodge and mike power: what can the deepwater horizon oil spill teach about managing damage to reputation

Understanding hate crime

19 March 2014

Researchers at the university of leicester have worked with the widest range of communities ever to have been included in a single study of hate crime - the leicester hate crime project

Why the hate? Abusive behaviour in social media

09 December 2013

A new esrc-funded project aims to study the 'social media ecosystem' to better understand how user behaviours, global communication networks and flows of information interact to promote hateful and so...

Chasing the teen vote

03 September 2013

Contrary to beliefs, young people are broadly interested in politics and supportive of the democratic process – but dislike formal, professional politics, political parties and national politicians. ...

Lifelong impact from childhood bullying

23 August 2013

Serious illness, struggling to hold down a regular job and poor social relationships are some of the negative outcomes in adulthood facing those who were victim of bullying in childhood

The nature of web trolls

01 August 2013

Online 'trolls' who abuse people are motivated by boredom as well as feelings of power, amusement and revenge, new findings show. Research by dr claire hardaker at the esrc cass centre explores the mo...

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