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Does the public want harsher sentences for criminals?

Public attitudes to criminal justice issues may be more complex than simply assuming 'law and order' policies will be politically popular, writes Dr Ian Marder of the School of Law and Criminology

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3 reasons children can benefit from yoga and a 5-step practice for them

Practicing yoga has rich learning potential for children as a life skill and a way to experience joy in movement, writes Dr Suzanne O'Keeffe of the Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education at MU's School of Education

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