How an evidence-based partnership between researchers and anti-trafficking stakeholders successfully shifted media coverage of the 2018 Super Bowl.
Despite a so-called “gender gap” in political interest, knowledge, and participation, few gender differences emerge in political engagement on social media.
Given health disparities and social inequalities, including women’s greater likelihood of experiencing chronic pain, policymakers must consider how their responses to the opioid crisis may affect groups differently.
Despite new regulatory attention to the gig economy, gendered labor remains invisible and unregulated when performed in private homes.
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