New research has shown that it is possible to estimate the age of an elephant over large distances based on the low frequency sounds of their voice.
How do we perceive our vulnerability to terrorism? Is it through our sense of place, such as urban neighbourhoods where we live or offices where we work (as evidence has previously suggested); or is it actually through mobility, when we are travelling between places, the contradictory notion of ‘placelessness’? Recent research published in Urban Geography addresses this very question.
On the year of his 65th birthday, Celebrity Studies takes a look at Bowie’s relationship with the media, his alter- egos, public perceptions and who he is now. But Bowie has entered media silence about his many selves – to what end?
In primary schools, playtimes have become shorter and school days longer. Outside school, road safety, stranger dangers and cyber play have drastically reduced our kids’ opportunity for social interaction and free play. Is diminishing playtime affecting the well-being of our children? Pam Jarvis in the International Journal of Play discusses the importance of play and the damaging outcomes for kids when they don’t have enough.