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A study of 1,600 students highlights shortcomings in learning, write researchers in Victoria's School of Education.
Reorientating social investment would improve New Zealand's welfare system, writes Dr Simon Chapple, Director of Victoria's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies.
Research by Victoria University of Wellington PhD Psychology student Lauren Vinnell has found that social norms affect support for earthquake strengthening legislation.
Dr Amanda Thomas from Victoria's School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences argues the new government has an opportunity to properly confront climate change by repealing undemocratic laws and honouring good Treaty
New research from Victoria University of Wellington reveals that a key aspect of young men's experiences of suicide bereavement is ubiquitous silence.
How do we create and interpret certain words? One of the world's leading authorities on compound words, Emeritus Professor Laurie Bauer from Victoria's School of Linguistics and Applied Language, puts the pieces of the puzzle together.
Walter Langelaar from Victoria's School of Design and his fellow researchers have an answer to the dissatisfaction around contemporary politics.
These brightly coloured bricks raise important and challenging questions about creativity and play, conformity and autonomy, identity and culture, writes Victoria's Associate Professor in Philosophy Sondra Bacharach.
Privacy violations are as old as civilisation, but as technology evolves, we can only protect what we can define, says Associate Professor Nicole Moreham from Victoria's Faculty of Law.