How many people do we know?

Article

How many people do we know?

November 2019

Science
Miranda Jessica Lubbers, José Luis Molina and Hugo Valenzuela, (Investigation Group GRAFO, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona);Adaptation: Xavier Aguilar

According to this study, we frequently interact with an average of 536 acquaintances, but the number is different for each person. What factors influence the size of our relationship circles?

Call to support a research project on the “brain drain”

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Call to support a research project on the “brain drain”

November 2019

The call has been open to social research projects that, will help to analyse the net effect of a “brain drain” on scientific activity in the country of origin by using quantitative techniques. 

Health

Report

Health

October 2019

Social Inclusion
Luis Ayala Cañón, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y EQUALITAS;Olga Cantó Sánchez, Universidad de Alcalá y EQUALITAS;Rosa Martínez López, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y EQUALITAS;Carolina Navarro Ruiz, UNED y EQUALITAS;Marina Romaguera de la Cruz, Universidad de Alcalá y EQUALITAS

This report analyses four challenges relating to health in Spain: improving the population’s health, promoting healthy lifestyle habits, guaranteeing access to healthcare and the viability of services for dependency.

Call to support social research projects: vocational training, early school leaving and job insecurity

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Call to support social research projects: vocational training, early school leaving and job insecurity

October 2019

The call has been open to foster research in the social sciences by supporting original research that can shed light on three specific aspects of social reality in Spain: vocational training, early school leaving and job insecurity.

Why do men not use work-family reconciliation measures?

Article

Why do men not use work-family reconciliation measures?

October 2019

Social Inclusion
J. A. Fernández-Cornejo, Sabina Belope-Nguema, Lorenzo Escot and Eva del Pozo- García, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

According to this study, following new additions to the family only 4% of fathers requested reduced working hours, versus 37.7% of mothers. 

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