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9 in 10 uni graduates are employed full time.1

Uni grads earn 15-20% more than those without a degree.2

Deakin postgraduates earn 36% more than undergraduates.3

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Why do we punish the brands we hate?

Deakin’s Dr Jeffrey Rotman explains why consumers feel justified in engaging in unethical – even illegal – behaviour to punish brands perceived as harmful.

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Why it’s time to rethink treatment for eating disorders

New research highlights that while eating disorder treatments can be effective, they remain under-funded. So it time for a health system shake-up?

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Watch: Are emoji above the law?

How do emoji fare within a criminal investigation? Research from Deakin’s Dr Kirley and Assoc. Prof. McMahon assesses the place of emoji in a court of law.

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Steroid use: what are the real health and social impacts?

What are the health and social consequences of illegal steroid use? And can ‘bro science’ continue to bridge the gap? Dr Matthew Dunn explains.

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Getting creative for the good of your mental health

Deakin’s Prof. Michael Berk explains how engaging in creative activities can help to improve mental health and put you on the right path for a healthy mind.

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Can the media change American attitudes to guns?

Australians have watched in horror as mass shootings hit American schools. Is the current news cycle failing to help? Prof. Matthew Ricketson discusses.

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Quiz: How well do you know the AFL?

You might claim to be the most passionate footy fan in Australia, but how well do you really know the AFL? Take our quiz to find out.

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Is feminism even a thing anymore?

With the media and activist landscape seemingly dominated by other issues, does feminism and International Women’s Day still have significance in 2018?

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Why Victoria should rethink the abolition of defensive homicide

In 2014 defensive homicide was abolished in Victoria after being considered controversial – but is this something that should be rethought?

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Are Victorians wasting too much water to handle another drought?

After a decade of steady metropolitan water supply in Melbourne, how prepared are we for the next drought? Deakin environment experts share their thoughts.

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