Researchers in Canada and France followed 700 office workers for six months in 2020 and 2021 to see how they were coping. Their findings reveal a less than favorable outlook on extensive remote work.
A recent poll asked Quebecers where they wish to spend their final days. The results may surprise you.
An UdeM sociology professor who studies issues facing LGBTQI+ communities in Tunisia highlights their challenges, hopes and struggles.
For people living with hearing loss, holiday parties can be a nerve-racking experience. An audiologist offers tips for more hearing-friendly holiday happenings.
Violence against women takes many forms, including reproductive coercion: control over a woman’s reproductive choices by her spouse or family.
Literature professor Marcello Vitali-Rosati has some thoughts on the question.
Women with disabilities who experience intimate-partner violence face substantial barriers when they decide to leave their partners. But UdeM's Martine Lévesque is working to change that.
Generative artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT raise questions about how it can be used and controlled in the field of law, say two UdeM professors.
Three big challenges – educational, democratic and legal – are raised by the growing popularity of Open AI's chatbot, says UdeM philosophy professor Marc-Antoine Dilhac.
"It would be a mistake to think that post-modernity has rendered these questions obsolete," says UdeM education professor Mireille Estivalèze, who has a new book out on the subject.