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Look and build don’t create bias in identifying criminals

Threatening faces and beefy bodies do not bias criminal suspect identification, finds study co-authored at University of Cambridge. We're all familiar with the classic 'look' of a movie bad guy: peering through narrowing eyes with a sinister sneer (like countless…

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Is there systematic bias in identifying criminals?

Radical cultural entrepreneurship

How do social enterprises emerge in 'extreme' situations? Research from Cambridge Judge and Naples University examines how a social cooperative launched in a mafia-riddled town in southern Italy. How do organisations that operate in extreme situations legitimise themselves? One way…

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Ercolano, Italy.

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