Four in 10 think there’s too much swearing on TV

Two-thirds of over-65s claim bad language has gone too far on television Women more worried than men about amount of explicit material shown  More than four in 10 believe there is too much violence on small screen Research carried out by watchdog Ofcom following number of complaints There is too much swearing on TV say four in ten viewers, while More...

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By bmcsr On Friday, April 24th, 2015

New Studies Link Earthquakes With Oil, Gas Drilling

New scientific findings released Tuesday linked earthquakes to the practice of injecting wastewater from oil and gas operations deep underground, adding to a growing consensus among researchers that energy development More...

By bmcsr On Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

Syria Death Toll Reported to Rise By 10,000 in Less Than 2 Months

BEIRUT, Lebanon — The death toll in the three-year Syrian conflict has risen to about 162,000, an increase of more than 10,000 in less than two months, according to an antigovernment monitoring group that is one More...

By bmcsr On Thursday, May 8th, 2014

British hate preacher managed London strip club

British hate preacher Abu Hamza told his U.S. terror trial Wednesday how he once jointly managed a London strip club in his quest to live a Western, movie-style life. Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, 56, better known in Britain More...

By bmcsr On Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

Justice for Victims of Terrorism

While extremist such as Qasim Al Hashmi and Abdel Raouf Al-Shayeb , who were recently arrested on 30th April 2014 on suspicion of encouragement of terrorism and under the Terrorism Act 2006 , and associated networks More...

By bmcsr On Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

‘No one should have to face cancer alone’

It is now two months since I was diagnosed with cancer. I am already well into the second series of chemotherapy treatment. Thus far I have been spared any noticeable side-effects. The fact that a battle is taking More...

By bmcsr On Sunday, November 3rd, 2013

Democracy & The Media: Do Today’s Media Fulfill Their Role In A Democracy?

“A democracy is only to be achieved once the voter is informed and educated to the extent where they are capable of understanding key political issues.” Author: Fazeli Hamed International Politics Researcher, University of Leicester The More...

By bmcsr On Thursday, October 31st, 2013

The Psychological Benefits of Political Participation

This paper asks whether political participation confers psychological benefits. Four hypotheses were tested: that involvement in volunteer activities reduces subsequent psychological distress, that resisting perceived More...

By bmcsr On Thursday, June 6th, 2013

How can six GCC countries implement a single currency

Sultan Alshammari, Economic Department, Social Science School ,Southampton University. In order to achieve a single currency union by the year 2014, many steps have been taken to achieve this objective, The fact More...

By bmcsr On Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Interracial Contact and the Own Race Bias in Face Recognition

  “This study investigates the own race bias phenomenon; people recall faces from their own race better than faces from another race. It focuses on the own race bias explanation of interracial contact; More...