Results for: sociological+interests

No laughing matter: Japan's manga comics boldly tackle Fukushima

Porn in US 'a public health crisis'

Israel bombs Hezbollah target on Syria-Lebanon border

Businesses cash in as women chase bigger butts

Ocean not all that separates US, European fans

An American family, disillusioned with America

Nicaragua in thrall of Ortega's canal dream

A dying business: family graves in Japan

In China, managers are the new labor activists

Indian transgender stands for office after landmark ruling

Special Report - Why Italy's stay-home shoppers terrify the euro zone

Science, maths to solve world's problems

In China, managers are the new labour activists

Perth students take to the street to protest budget cuts to education

2 from tiny Virginia campus run for Cantor's seat

Religious groups join, fight gay marriage in court

Controversial Nordic farms flourish on fur comeback

New skill sets are key to controlling herbicide resistant weeds, says...

Businesses cash in as US women chase bigger butts

Cash incentive plan for new prison operators

AP Interview: Morocco Islamists warn of unrest

Lack of black women becomes issue for US show

Tiananmen barely known to Chinese youth

US actress Lena Dunham gets naked, this time in print

US actress Lena Dunham gets naked, this time in print

Special Report: Why Italy's stay-home shoppers terrify the euro zone

Netflix's 'Virunga' uncovers Congo's fight to protect resources

Excerpts of Calif. gay marriage case at high court

Passing reference in 'Argo' rankles New Zealand

Study: Youth attitudes shift in Great Recession

Chavez allies sweep Venezuela gubernatorial vote

Ferry tragedy undermines South Korea economic 'miracle'

Modern parallels as Brazil remembers 1950 World Cup

College graduation: 4 ways things have changed

Correction: Obit-Becker story

Racism rising in Australia amid Middle East tensions, experts say

4 Kochs took genes, money in different directions

IMF policies criticised over Ebola outbreak

Number of women in junior science positions 'going backwards'