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Affluent people less likely to reach out to others in times of chaos, study suggests

By Yasmin Anwar, Media Relations | August 30, 2012

BERKELEY —

Crises are said to bring people closer together. But a new study from UC Berkeley suggests that while the have-nots reach out to one another in times of trouble, the wealthy are more apt to find comfort in material possessions. 933 more words

Behavior Modification

Generation Y's Exercise in Solidarity

As a young adult, I frequently answer the question, “So what are you doing now?”

“I have three part-time jobs,” I say.

Cue jaws hitting the floor and occasional nervous laughter. 725 more words

The Queen's Appeal, The Hackney and Kingsland Gazette, Wednesday 9 September 1914

The Hackney and Kingsland Gazette

Wednesday 9 September 1914

The Queen’s Appeal

Realising, evidently, that prevention is better than cure, Her Majesty the Queen has issued an appeal on behalf of what is to be known as the Queen’s Work for Women’s Fund.

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News From 1914-18

Gosford Park: No Downton Abbey

I began watching Julien Fellows’ Gosford Park with high hopes. After all, I love Downton Abbey and Fellows won the Oscar for this screenplay.

I was disappointed. 320 more words

Drama

Gosford Park, No Downton Abbey

I began watching Julien Fellows’ Gosford Park with high hopes. After all, I love Downton Abbey and Fellows won the Oscar for this screenplay.

I was disappointed. 306 more words

Review

Highly educated parents more likely not to vaccinate their children

Expression of privilege in vaccine refusal

CU Denver researcher finds income, education disparity in reasons for not vaccinating

DENVER (August 27, 2014) – Not all students returning to school this month will be up to date on their vaccinations. 544 more words

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