Unethical social scientific research may negatively impact a society’s trust in our scholarly field. In a recent case of fraudulent research practice the discipline of anthropology, incorrectly, got the blame. This is part three of our impact blog series.
“Highly-skilled migration” in the Netherlands is a largely male affair. This is especially true for Indians who make up the largest group of “highly-skilled” migrants to the country. This blog examines why many of the Indian “expat wives” stay unemployed.
In November, the killing of a missionary on North-Sentinel attracted a lot of media attention. The fact that John Chau tried to set foot on an officially closed area generated some blunt reactions. But what does the future of isolated tribes look like?
Over two decades have passed since Croatia embarked upon a transition towards a market economy. Even though it is the EU’s most recent member, rural regions continue to struggle with economic precarity.
In the aftermath of Japan’s 2011 earthquake and tsunami, local governments have sought to mitigate future risk through the construction of seawalls. The people they are supposed to protect, however, have often resisted these efforts. Why?