# society - Today’s News
Is it bad breath? Talking about their ex? We need to know.
# society - Saturday 30 November, 2013
The site between Cork Street and Chamber Street in Dublin 8 could now become recreation space for Dublin 8 residents, pending a planning report.
# society - Wednesday 27 November, 2013
The Fianna Fáil leader alleges that in a number of cases, the Republican movement did not alert authorities – instead, they decided to deal with the reports internally. Sinn Féin has criticised the remarks.
# society - Wednesday 20 November, 2013
# society - Sunday 17 November, 2013
The assassination 50 years ago unfolded in real time in people’s homes as coverage went on uninterrupted for days.
Two million Irish people pay for private health cover out of fear of our public system – but both are broken. Here’s what we COULD do…
# society - Monday 4 November, 2013
Survey finds that while young Irish men are ranked least kind – people are also less likely to BE kind to young men.
# society - Saturday 2 November, 2013
Barney Stinson’s ‘cheerleader effect’ is real, people.
# society - Monday 28 October, 2013
A broken heart isn’t just an abstract concept… and evolution wants it that way.
Let TheJournal.ie distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)
# society - Sunday 27 October, 2013
Sasha Ruseva makes first public appearance since DNA tests proved she is biological mother of girl taken from foster parents in Greece.
# society - Saturday 26 October, 2013
Working Lives exhibition at the NLI exposes the conditions in which men, women and children toiled to survive.
# society - Friday 25 October, 2013
Budget 2014 hit the most vulnerable elements of society – not the young, the sick, the old, or pregnant alone. We need to show intergenerational solidarity and stand together against this injustice, writes Peter Kavanagh.
# society - Sunday 6 October, 2013
Psychologists and sociologists warn that ‘pipe dream’ of particular body shape a danger to teenage girls.
# society - Friday 27 September, 2013
Barilla has had to issue an apology after a backlash to the CEO’s comments about “classic” family values.
# society - Saturday 21 September, 2013
After Tottenham fans were cautioned over the use of their traditional ‘yid army’ chant, Christie Louise Tucker writes that we are constantly renegotiating the use of language in our ever-evolving society.
# society - Sunday 15 September, 2013
The Lewis Model, designed while acknowledging the dangers of stereotypes, puts each culture on a scale of three different categories — Liner-actives, multi-actives, and reactives.
# society - Friday 30 August, 2013
The figures from the Central Statistics Office also showed that 36.5 per cent of total births in January to March were to parents outside marriage.
# society - Thursday 15 August, 2013
UK authorities warn airport staff to be vigilant for trafficked teens and charity gives advice to vulnerable that might help them attract attention to their plight.
# society - Monday 5 August, 2013
Sound like a ridiculous question? Not when you take into account the emotional, physical and relationship impact of quantity over quality.
# society - Sunday 4 August, 2013
Disused railways into cycle paths; flat fares; community schemes; co-op gardens on Nama lands – some of your spiffing suggestions on turning the current state of the nation on its head.
# society - Monday 29 July, 2013
The UK plans to make online pornography an ‘opt-in’ choice to try and shield children from it – but will that really protect kids from early sexualisation?
# society - Saturday 6 July, 2013
Barnardos wants parents to help them get the big picture.
# society - Monday 1 July, 2013
Our capacity for putting up with ‘charismatic’ cowboys is no longer a bad national joke – it’s our national downfall.
# society - Sunday 30 June, 2013
Gender work division in the home may have something to do with it…
# society - Friday 28 June, 2013
Let’s move on from the twentieth century, where older people were thought of as dependents. Older people can – and must — contribute to economic growth, writes Michael Hodin.
# society - Saturday 18 May, 2013
The breakfast cereal in a family’s cupboard is often dictated by the children.
# society - Monday 6 May, 2013
It’s a bank holiday Monday, so let TheJournal.ie distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)
# society - Sunday 5 May, 2013
Analysis of the 2010 Census data shows how major cities are still segregated by neighbourhood a half century after the civil rights movement.
Vietnam – working on improving technology, conditions and pay – is proving more attractive to brands who want to protect their consumer reputation.
# society - Monday 22 April, 2013
This question is not born out of contempt, says TheJournal.ie columnist, but is out of genuine bewilderment when you consider the status of women in Catholic doctrine.
# society - Saturday 20 April, 2013
A PhD study found that women stand nearest the doors…
# society - Sunday 10 March, 2013
Theatrical show in a Moscow human rights’ museum is shedding light on those who imposed the brutal will of the Russian dictator.
# society - Friday 8 March, 2013
Today marks International Womens’ Day, but how far have we really come when it comes to equal rights? Sandra McAvoy says there are plenty of issues that still need to be addressed.
# society - Monday 25 February, 2013
“Female celebs are required to share enough to present a rosy image of pregnancy, without grossing anyone out with gory details.”
# society - Thursday 21 February, 2013
The recommended two-tier child benefit system will worsen the situation of families who are already struggling, the charity said.
# society - Sunday 17 February, 2013
Researchers in the US have made further connections between when you are born within the academic year and the chances of dropping out of school.
# society - Saturday 16 February, 2013
A major study released by the CSO this week gave facts and figures about income in Ireland today. This is what it found.
# society - Monday 11 February, 2013
The hand of the State and religious bodies in what happened to the women of the Laundries is clear – but the hard facts of the McAleese report also shows that the Irish public was complicit too.
# society - Sunday 10 February, 2013
Self-confidence, discipline and higher ambitions for their future: some of the benefits being reaped by kids attending chess club in Kampala.