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University of South Australia behavioural economist, Michelle Baddeley, explains why we herd when making consumer decisions, and what we can miss out on when we do.
There has been relentless media criticism of Islam and Muslims since the terrorist attacks in Paris last week.
Since then, we have heard of an increased level of physical and verbal abuse hurled at Australian Muslims. We have been overwhelmed by calls from parents...
The fake news world isn't new, according to Robert Darnton, Professor of History and University Librarian Emeritus at Harvard.
The tradition can be traced back to the Byzantine empire, but its real origins can be found in early newspaper journalism in 18th century London...
Some towns and areas in regional Australia are facing price rises and property shortages that are making them unaffordable for the people what want to live there. Joining us to discuss this matter is Professor Andrew Beer is Dean of Research and Innovation at the...
Pauline Hanson is claiming the silent majority supports her controversial call for a ban on Muslim immigration. The latest Essential poll suggests she might be right. 49% of respondents agree Muslims should not be allowed to settle in Australia, while 40 per cent believe they...
Technologies are not neutral tools that emerge independently of society. According to Judy Wajcman, their design and use reflect as much as they shape the societies which invent them.
Professor Wajcman examines the way digital technologies have enabled us to complete tasks faster and...