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Inequality of carbon emissions across income and age in Spain

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Inequality of carbon emissions across income and age in Spain


Stefan Drews, Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) and Universidad de Málaga; Théo Konc, Technical University of Berlin and Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact Research (PIK);
The higher the income, the higher the carbon footprint? This study shows that this is the case and that the top 1% of carbon emitters have a carbon footprint that is 7 times higher than the average.
Place your investments or place your bets? Relationship between gambling addiction and trading

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Place your investments or place your bets? Relationship between gambling addiction and trading


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Ainhoa Coloma-Carmona and José Luis Carballo, Center for Applied Psychology, Miguel Hernández University of Elche; Fernando Miró-Llinares and Jesús C. Aguerri, RÍMINA, Miguel Hernández University of Elche;
13% of Spanish people have invested in the last year, mostly in cryptocurrencies or the stock markets. What relationship exists between gaming/gambling addiction, bets in videogames, and investments in financial assets?
Feeling precarious affects young people’s mental health

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Feeling precarious affects young people’s mental health


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Lara Maestripieri, Matilde Cittadini, Adriana Offredi and Roger Soler i Martí, IGOP/Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Míriam Acebillo-Baqué, INGENIO (CSIC-Universitat Politècnica de València); Karen van Hedel, Utrecht University; Alba Lanau, Universitat Pompeu Fabra;
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Are gender stereotypes still alive in the twenty-first century?

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Are gender stereotypes still alive in the twenty-first century?


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Marta Fraile, Institute for Public Goods and Policies, CSIC; Paula Zuluaga, Department of Political Science, UAB;
NO VALIDADO!
Adversities related to well-being and personal finance in Spain during the pandemic: not the same for everyone

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Adversities related to well-being and personal finance in Spain during the pandemic: not the same for everyone


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Iris Lopes-Rafegas, Gemma Castaño-Vinyals, Ximena Goldberg, Manolis Kogevinas and Elisa Sicuri, Institute for Global Health; Rafael de Cid, Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute;
Did the pandemic affect everyone equally? On a financial level, it had a greater impact on those with lower levels of education and income. However, people with higher levels of education and incomes coped worse with social restrictions.
Teen dating violence

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Teen dating violence


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Noemí Pereda, Marta Codina and Diego A. Díaz-Faes, Universitat de Barcelona;
Among adolescents, 10.1% have been victims of controlling behaviour in their relationships and, according to this report, girls aged between 14 and 17 report suffering more control than boys.
Household food shop and unconditional food assistance: can we talk of healthy eating?

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Household food shop and unconditional food assistance: can we talk of healthy eating?


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Toni Mora, IRAPP, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya; Blanca Raidó Quintana, Red Cross;
Are the food purchases made by users of Red Cross food aid healthy? According to this study, it is necessary to provide tools to favour better food choices.
Telework after the Pandemic

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Telework after the Pandemic


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Marta Curull y Laia Maynou, Universitat de Barcelona; Lídia Farré, Universitat de Barcelona y IAE-CSIC;
Does men’s involvement in household chores increase when they work from home? This study reveals that it does, however only 30% of men working from home participate more than their partners in the household chores.

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