Small children have a surprising level of self-awareness
Kindergarten children are good at describing how they feel, and they have a range of techniques to cope with difficult situations. This is the conclusion from new research by child researcher Kim Rasmussen.
He wants to create the agricultural systems of the future
Henrik Hauggaard-Nielsen has a foot in two very different fields when he conducts research in close collaboration with Danish farmers.
RUC is ranked on prestigious international list for Social Sciences
Roskilde University is ranked no. 251-300 in the prestigious Times Higher Education subject ranking list for Social Sciences 2018.
The environment and urban life have been under-prioritized in traffic planning
Bicycles, electric cars and other environmentally friendly modes of transport now play an important role in the traffic debate, which was previously dominated by private motoring and expansion of the motorway network.
Replik: Computer game addiction - What is the problem?
Young people's passionate use of computer games creates worries about addiction, but the thought of computer games as a possible mental disorder stigmatizes people, and must be understood in other ways.
The middle of the middle-class fights for social reputation through healthy food
While parents in the upper part of the middle class are better at seeing beyond the norm of living healthily, parents in the middle of the middle-class struggle most to maintain and defend their reputations by providing healthy and nutritious food for social events at their children's schools.
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