Two Flinders researchers have been recognised at The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) awards 2014.
The monetary value of volunteering in Australia is worth much more than originally calculated, new figures from Flinders University researcher Lisel O’Dwyer show.
The recognition of the bond between people and pets is stronger than ever before, but what happens to the human-animal relationship when disaster strikes?
“In South Australia, more than half of the young people who go into juvenile detention reoffend – clearly something’s not working.”
Michelle Grattan – one of Australia’s most respected and awarded political journalists – will deliver Flinders University’s 2014 Dean Jaensch Lecture.
Nearly 14,000 South Australians will be taking a keen interest on the events that take place on September 18 – the date of Scotland’s referendum on independence.
Chandeliers, gold taps and ornate drapes are classic hallmarks of the world’s most luxurious hotels, right?
Move over, Clive Palmer – new Senator Bob Day could become the nucleus of a viable, alternative party of the right. according to a Flinders political analyst.
Associate Professor Haydon Manning believes in Abraham Lincoln’s ‘better angels’ of politics, but he admits they’ve been hard to find in Australia lately.