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Society, Politics & Law
Has a stricter drink-drive legislation made people less social and what does this mean for voluntary associations?
Dick Skellington reflects on being left-handed in a right-handed world.
How do Millennials want to learn? Does their use of new technologies require a more contemporary educational system?
In the light of the recent deaths of two colleagues in Social Sciences, we have put together collective obituaries to remember their careers supporting learners and staff of The Open University.
Money & Business
Academics from around the UK share their first impressions of Philip Hammond's first budget.
Nature & Environment
Trump's wall will not only have long-lasting impact on human society, but also severe ecological consequences.
Trust in politics is complex beyond the personality of political candidates, but can shed some light into the emergence of Trump, as well as on the potential direction of travel of his politics and those unfolding in Europe.
In the bleak year of 2016, Britain voted to leave the EU, and Donald Trump became the 45th American president. Both events will have dramatic and long-lasting implications for health and healthcare.
PodMag is the monthly update of news, views and interviews from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Arts (FASS) at The Open University.
Sweeney Todd vs Grand Theft Auto? Dr Rosalind Crone tells us why they liked a good hanging back in the day.
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