Even if people have offline opportunities, such as accessing social security schemes or finding housing, they are at a comparative disadvantage to those with internet access.
- Cyberpsychology & Technology
- Society & Culture
Families tend to live in class-based “bubbles” where the rich interact with the rich and the poor interact with the poor.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Groundhog Day as Report Highlights that Government Continues to Fail to Meet the Challenges of Ageing
Responding to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee on Healthy Ageing report published today.
- Education & Learning
BPS Calls for Universal Free Internet Access to Tackle the Digital Divide and the Impact of COVID-19 on Poverty in the UK
The British Psychological Society is making recommendations to the Government to tackle poverty and inequality, including calling for free internet access.
The College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow seeks to inaugurate a PhD scholarship to honour the work of Professor Andy Furlong.