The New York Public Library Lets You Download 180,000 Images in High Resolution: Historic Photographs, Maps, Letters & More
This week, The New York Public Library (NYPL) announced not only that their digital collection now contains over 180,000 items, but that they've made it possible,
Elements of Bourdieu: Social Capital in the Funny Pages
I attempt to explain Bourdieu's concept of social capital in about a minute. Obviously, I left a lot out, but hopefully this sparks your interest in learnin...
We don't know enough about menstruation and girls are paying a price
Periods have long been a neglected topic, but a new generation of researchers are now shedding light into the shadows
Nearly 14,000 disabled people have mobility cars taken away
Nearly 14,000 disabled people who rely on a specialist motoring scheme have had their cars taken away following government welfare changes.
Why working-class actors are a disappearing breed
Once we had gritty TV dramas such as Boys from the Blackstuff: now we have glossy thrillers with upper-class stars. How did British screens become dominated by the privileged few? And does it matter?
Your Rights - RightsInfo
WHAT ARE HUMAN RIGHTS? Human Rights are the values which help keep our society fair, just and equal. They are basic moral principles which are enforced by law Laws protecting … Continued
Personal Relationships and Poverty: JRF Anti-poverty review - The Tavistock Institute
Personal Relationships and Poverty - JRF Anti-poverty review: An animation, a series of policy briefings and new Tavistock Institute research has been published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation