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17th January 2019

'The generation game'

This article focuses on how childhood has changed more recently and acts as an introduction to the special report itself.

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'The generation game'
16th January 2019

'Plastic brains'

This article focuses on the education of children, and how much child care support various countries provide for families.

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'Plastic brains'
15th January 2019

'Little man or little angel?'

This article focuses on how childhood has changed throughout history, or at least the perception of it.

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'Little man or little angel?'

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The Economist recently published a special report into childhood with a series of articles looking at aspects such as technology, the changing role of children in society and the impacts...

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The Economist: Special Report Childhood
11th January 2019

Parkrun

Here is an interesting opinion piece from The Guardian about 'Parkrun', a free weekly running initiative that is assisted by volunteers.

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Parkrun
9th January 2019

Falling Fertility Rates

Recent global figures have shown that women are having less children (average 2.4 children).

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Falling Fertility Rates

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7th January 2019

Instagram Stars

Bloomberg has created a mini-series of short documentaries entitled 'Next Jobs', a closer look at jobs of the future.

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Instagram Stars
21st December 2018

Green Taxes

Recent unrest in France has led to President Macron revoking a tax on motor fuel that was intended to be one strategy to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Macron was...

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Green Taxes
20th December 2018

Social Media and Surgery

The following video from Broadly explores how the impact of social media is leading some people to opt for plastic surgery. But instead of people asking to look like someone...

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Social Media and Surgery
19th December 2018

Social Mobility

According to the recent report from the Social Mobility Commission, young people are “highly skeptical about advancement [in terms of social mobility] being a reality”.

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Social Mobility
18th December 2018

Health Apps

Research by a mobile analytics group has found that the usage of health of fitness apps has grown by as much as 330% between 2014 and 2017. Some applications related to anxiety and...

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Health Apps
17th December 2018

Divorce Rates

The Office of National Statistics reported in September that, in England and Wales in 2017, 8.4% of 1,000 opposite sex couples got divorced. On the other hand, divorce rates for same-sex couples appears...

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Divorce Rates
13th December 2018

Gene-edited babies

A story broke recently about a Chinese scientist who claims to have created the first genetically edited babies.

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Gene-edited babies
12th December 2018

The MeToo Movement

The founder of the MeToo movement, Tarana Burke describes the campaign now as “unrecognisable’.

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The MeToo Movement
11th December 2018

University Applications

As the deadline draws closer for the submission of UCAS applications and with some students considering applying to study sociology, here is an article to help students construct their personal...

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University Applications
10th December 2018

BBC 2 Series: School

The TV show ‘School’ follows the experiences of pupils, teachers, parents and management across one academic year in a multi-academy trust.

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BBC 2 Series: School

Another podcast recommendation that could be used as a homework task, to consolidate students learning or act as a 'stretch' activity to challenge students comes from Channel 4 News.

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Podcast Recommendation: Ways to change the world

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