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Ethical dimension of science and biotechnology
Contemporary cultural trends with an interdisciplinary perspective
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10th Anniversary Memorandum
- Rasmus Kleis Nielsen: "U.S. tech gets more political worldwide"
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen (The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered) participates with this article on NiemanLab's Predictions for Journalism 2015. He is director of research at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford.dic 19, '14
- Next STI Experts Meeting to Explore Modern Humanitarianism
Understanding Modern Humanitarianism: Conditions, Consequences and Critical Concerns will be held in Barcelona from January 8-10, 2015 under STI’s Culture and Lifestyles Branch, with the academic leadership of Kent sociologist Iain Wilkinson.nov 25, '14
- For Richer, for Poorer: How Family Structures Economic Success in America
A new AEI-IFS Study offers data to support claims that growing up with both parents leads to greater wealth, and makes policy recommendations to address the rising income inequality that the study relates to “the retreat from marriage.”nov 18, '14
The World Family Map 2014: Mapa de los cambios en la familia y consecuencias en el bienestar infantil
Spanish version of the World Family Map 2014 Report, Mapping Family Change and Child Well-being Outcomes
STI is pleased to support important research into family trends around the globe.
This book is the Spanish translation of The Social Costs of Pornography (2010). It attempts to document, analyze and explain the social harms associated with pornography; to increase awareness of the problem and to spark a cultural conversation about the true nature of pornography and its consequences.