September 19, 2019

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Why Trust is Good for your Health

iStock-970123180thumbsupIn the latest in a series of blog pieces examining the correlation between social capital and health, Martin Ljunge explores the relationship between trust and health. Continue reading…

September 17, 2019


Better Understanding Child Soldiering so as to Prevent It

African Soldier

Mark A. Drumbl and Jastine C. Barrett on the children associated with fighting forces around the world.

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September 16, 2019


The Problem of Power Sharing

Expressing trust and respect

Dragoljub Popović on the classification of power sharing among the different forms of government.

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September 10, 2019


Women in Law. Changing Times


“The presence of three remarkable, though very different, women had a major impact on women students. They provided role models demonstrating that we could be as good, indeed better than the ‘boys.’”

Margot Brazier is Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester.

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August 23, 2019


Open Access Publishing

High angle view of many hardback books. Library or school.

Alex Pettifer, our Editorial Director, discusses Elgar’s approach to assessing and publishing new Open Access titles.

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