“Study” in the news
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· How White Crime Writers Justified Police Brutality →
Color of Change, a racial justice group, noted in a landmark study of police violence in popular entertainment that this likely leads to “viewers feeling that those bad behaviors are actually not so bad, and are acceptable (even necessary) norms.”
The China Post
· Study shows Spain far from having ‘herd immunity’ to virus →
Over 95% of the people tested in the first round continued in the study for the second round.
· Adoption agency should be able to reject gay couples, Trump administration argues →
Studies show LGBTQ families foster and adopt at higher rates and are more likely to take in older, special needs and minority children.
· Strangulation in sex can increase risk of stroke and brain injuries, distressing study finds →
“We already knew the potential injury from victims’ reports,” warns the study.
· Texas Instruments, Inc. (TXN) Presents at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Technology Conference (Transcript) →
So that has allowed us to continue to keep our lead times study and offer product to our customers.
· The Facebook Groups Where People Pretend the Pandemic Isn’t Happening →
Role-playing the mundane is interesting when the mundane exists only in our imagination, says Aubrie Adams, a communications professor at California Polytechnic State University who has studied role-playing games.
· Cleanest air on earth discovered in groundbreaking study →
The cleanest air in the world has been discovered in the Antarctic Ocean, according to a groundbreaking new study.
· Navajo face loss of elders and traditions to COVID-19 →
According to researchers, the US government effectively carried out a mass human experiment on Navajo miners by failing to disclose the cancer risks of radiation while studying its impact on them.
· Fewer than four in 10 people in UK wear a face covering – Guardian survey →
“I’m staying in London with my grandma while I’m studying here,” she said.
· Rising sea levels could wipe out mangroves by 2050 →
Mangrove forests will be in danger of dying out when sea levels rise by more than 6 millimeters per year, the study published in the journal Science found.