After what feels like a decade of hype and underwhelming sales, direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing seems to be taking off, for better or worse....Read More Is direct-to-consumer genetic testing reifying race?
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The genie is now out of the bottle, the bottle itself is broken, and the forces unleashed by the extraordinary events of the past...Read More Valuing women as expert sources in the news
The news media can play a critical role in reflecting and also shaping public attitudes toward conflicts and those seeking asylum from them. Since...Read More How the news media framed the Syrian refugee crisis
If you are struggling to hear the applause that greeted the federal government’s soupçon of support for Canadian journalism in last week’s federal budget...Read More How can the feds spend wisely on local journalism?