Monthly Archives: July 2021

Optimistic bias, risky behavior and social norms: why students struggle to assess pandemic risks

Following the devastating second wave of COVID-19 in the country, it is clear that in addition to vaccines, to control the epidemic, behavioral restrictions are essential. The government has resorted to numerous restrictions such as lockdown, ban on social gatherings, closure of offices, restriction of public transport, restriction of intra-border …

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The development of the social rules of the BJP

From conservative to radical, the party’s position on marriage and population control evolved in two distinct phases: one when in power, the other when not. The subjectsFeast of Bharatiya Janata | Conservatives | Hindutva The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has evolved over the years in unusual ways, from conservative on …

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Instructure launches new collective Edtech program for its community of over 500 global partners

“Our continued investment in working with our industry partners makes our learning platform stronger, our customers more successful, and teaching and learning easier,” said Tara Gunther, Vice President of Partnerships at Instructure. “Our learning platform is open, flexible and extensible, which is why we partner with hundreds of like-minded companies. …

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