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Physical Dysfunction Class: Transfer Lab

on Tufts University Department of Occupational Therapy

by Jill Rocca

1 day, 19 hours ago

Students working on body mechanics and transfer technique during Physical Dysfunction transfer lab.

The Consequences of Excessive Focus on Sensationalism in Human Trafficking Discourse

on Praxis

by Susanna R. Berman

1 day, 21 hours ago

By Sara Lodgen Scrolling through your favorite news application on your phone you encounter two images, both attached to headlines about human trafficking. One shows a woman in tattered clothing and an apron […]

Convoys of Hope or Digital Deception? Understanding How People-Smugglers Utilize Facebook

on The Journeys Project

by Neiha S. Lasharie

2 days ago

By Amanda Borquaye, under the supervision of Kim Wilson “Our phones and power banks are more important for our journey than anything, even more important than food.” – Wael, a Syrian refugee I […]

Imposter Syndrome? Sounds Like a "You" Problem.

on Tufts Boston Insight

by Rachael F. Ryner

2 days, 6 hours ago

Naming a phenomenon helps us talk about it. As graduate students, many of us have heard of “imposter syndrome”: the psychological term used to describe feelings of doubt and failure in the workplace des […]

Is it a Social Norm, or Something Else? The Curious Case of a Traffic Police Officer in India

on Henry J. Leir Institute

by Neiha S. Lasharie

2 days, 7 hours ago

Image Credit: Zakwaan Asim By Dhaval Kothari Since I started working with the Corruption, Justice and Legitimacy Program (CJL), I have learned that it is not easy to apply social norms frameworks to real […]