New study by Monash Arts academics investigates the use of digital media in health activism

The advent of digital media has had a profound impact on the way that individuals view and manage their health.  Digital media offer citizens the opportunity to research and produce their own healthcare content, communicate via forums and provide a platform to campaign for change.  A new study by Monash Sociology researchers, Professor Alan Petersen…

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Making way for the wealthy? How driverless cars could effect the economics of road transport in the future

Monash Philosophy Professor Robert Sparrow will address his latest findings in a presentation, “Driverless Cars and Caste: Intelligent transport systems, social status and differential access to mobility”, at the Intelligent Transport Systems Conference in Sydney on Wednesday afternoon.

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Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre awarded funding for its third research project with UN Women

Monash GPS has been awarded funding from UN Women for their project ‘Building a Stronger Evidence Base: A Gender-Sensitive Approach increases Preventing Violent Extremism in Asia Pacific’. The research project will analyse the role that women and men can play in promoting or preventing violent extremism in Indonesia, the Philippines and Bangladesh.

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