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Worried about sending your baby to daycare? Our research shows they like being in groups
OPINION  5 Jun 2024

Worried about sending your baby to daycare? Our research shows they like being in groups

Two Charles Sturt researchers are ensuring parents they can alleviate their guilt when it comes to sending their babies to daycare.

Charles Sturt University Psychology

Mattel’s new athlete Barbies might seem like a win for feminists and young girls – but they’re not
OPINION  31 May 2024

Mattel’s new athlete Barbies might seem like a win for feminists and young girls – but they’re not

Mattel’s latest range of Barbie dolls honouring nine female sport stars has raised questions around whether or not this is a genuine effort of gender progressiveness, or a mere marketing ploy.

Arts and Culture Charles Sturt University Society and Community

We’ve come a long way on gender diversity but what about class?
OPINION  24 May 2024

We’ve come a long way on gender diversity but what about class?

A leading Charles Sturt University public ethicist says we’ve come a long way on gender diversity but asks, what about class? He describes how networks of private school privilege dominate Australian society

Religion and Ethics Research Society and Community

Cameras reveal wombat burrows can be safe havens after fire and waterholes after rain
OPINION  20 May 2024

Cameras reveal wombat burrows can be safe havens after fire and waterholes after rain

The wombats might not have herded animals into their burrows during the Black Summer bushfires but further research shows their burrows likely acted as a safe haven for other animals during the fires.

Charles Sturt University Research

Doped Chinese swimmers? - CHINADA, WADA and the CCP
OPINION  1 May 2024

Doped Chinese swimmers? - CHINADA, WADA and the CCP

A leading Charles Sturt University academic shines some timely light on the alleged suppression by relevant agencies of the doping of 23 Chinese swimmers at the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.

International Religion and Ethics Research Society and Community

Gone in a puff of smoke: 52,000 sq km of ‘long unburnt’ Australian habitat has vanished in 40 years
OPINION  23 Apr 2024

Gone in a puff of smoke: 52,000 sq km of ‘long unburnt’ Australian habitat has vanished in 40 years

A single bushfire has the power to wipe out decades or even centuries worth of vital habitat and wildlife.

Charles Sturt University Science Sustainability

Online schooling is not just for lockdowns. Could it work for your child?
OPINION  19 Apr 2024

Online schooling is not just for lockdowns. Could it work for your child?

During COVID almost all Australian students and their families experienced online learning. But while schools have long since gone back to in-person teaching, online learning has not gone away.

Charles Sturt University Society and Community Teacher education

NZ gymnasts can now wear shorts over their leotards – why is this a big deal for female athletes?
OPINION  16 Apr 2024

NZ gymnasts can now wear shorts over their leotards – why is this a big deal for female athletes?

Recent changes in New Zealand sporting dress codes have led to a collective sigh of relief in women’s gymnastics.

Charles Sturt University Society and Community

No cash, no play? Have cost-of-living pressures impacted sports participation in Australia?
OPINION  12 Apr 2024

No cash, no play? Have cost-of-living pressures impacted sports participation in Australia?

Many Australians have in recent years been impacted by the cost-of-living crisis, but what about sport participation?

Charles Sturt University Health Society and Community

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