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  • The Conversation Who believes in conspiracy theories and why? 2020-04-07 Research shows that people who believe in one conspiracy theory are more likely to believe in others. Interview with anthropologist Annika Rabo from Stockholm University in the podcast “Expert guide to conspiracy theories”.
  • The Conversation Why coronavirus may forever change the way we care within families 2020-03-26 The global spread of COVID-19 has illuminated the “care crisis” that has been building for decades, writes researchers in a new article in The Conversation.
  • The Conversation The history of the word “crusade” 2020-03-05 The word “crusade” has always had different meanings and has served as a political instrument, writes Benjamin Weber in a new article in the digital magazine The Conversation where he untangles the history of the word.
  • Blue Acceleration. Article in The Conversation January 2020. The burden on ocean ecosystems discussed in The Conversation 2020-02-04 The so called “Blue Acceleration” will have significant consequences for life on the blue planet, writes SU researcher Robert Blasiak in a new article in the digital magazine The Conversation.
  • Article about climate action in The Conversation. Climate action commented by SU researcher in The Conversation 2020-02-04 Can individual behaviour make a real difference to the environment? In a new article in The Conversation, researchers from Stockholm University and Keele University discuss the relationship between alternatives and resistance.