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D.B. Cooper, the changing nature of hijackings and the foundation for...

Janet Bednarek, University of Dayton Though many Americans may associate airport security with 9/11, it was a wave of...

Why some women are traveling to South Korea to find boyfriends

Min Joo Lee, Wellesley College For my entire life I’ve obsessively watched South Korean television dramas, or K-dramas.

Why big firms are rarely toppled by corporate scandals – new...

Irina Surdu, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick Everyone makes mistakes. And that includes the world’s biggest companies, which...

How Netflix affects what we watch and who we are –...

David Beer, University of York Netflix’s dystopian Korean drama Squid Game has become the streaming platform’s biggest-ever series launch,...

Squid Game: the real debt crisis shaking South Korea that inspired...

Sarah A. Son, University of Sheffield Squid Game is anything but your typical, saccharine, soft-glow Korean television drama. In...

The science of product placements – and why some work better...

Beth L. Fossen, Indiana University In “The Variant,” an episode from the Disney+ hit streaming show “Loki,” it’s tough...

Netflix’s big bet on foreign content and international viewers could upend...

Paolo Sigismondi, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism As a kid growing up in Italy, I remember watching...

Netflix’s big bet on foreign content and international viewers could upend...

Paolo Sigismondi, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism As a kid growing up in Italy, I remember watching...

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The case for closing down women’s prisons

By Patricia O'Brien, University of Illinois at Chicago It sounds like a radical idea. Stop incarcerating women, and close down women’s prisons. But in the...