Monthly Archives: June 2022

AirBnB dependency: The women who rely on hosting to survive in London

With a cost-of-living and housing crisis, women are turning to the rental platform to make ends meet, as shown in new research by Dr George Maier and ReMAP member Dr Kate Gilchrist. This post by Kate Gilchrist draws on their recent article for Gender, Work & Organisation. In recent years, much policy and research into AirBnB has critiqued of its

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Cary Bazalgette Book Launch

The launch of Cary Bazalgette’s new book “How Toddlers Learn the Secret Language of Movies” will be held at 5.30 pm on 22nd June in The Blue Room at the BFI Southbank. This new book takes a radically new approach to the well-worn topic of children’s relationship with the media, avoiding the “risks and benefits” paradigm while examining very young

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