Researchers found that male and female adolescents may respond differently to gossip or other forms of social aggression.
The work of cinema in the age of streaming services.
For over two months in 1990, Indigenous activists defended Kanien'kehá:ka lands against encroachment. They were portrayed negatively.
Ever since the medium was invented, people have used photography to document loss.
In No Time to Die, Bond blows up the villain’s post-Soviet missile silo—just as he does every other modernist building he encounters.
Bake cupcakes, do crime.
Tracking down the killer appeal of the hit show Only Murders in the Building.
Orientalism is alive and well in the wildly popular franchise, argues one scholar.
The late author Joanna Russ had insights about why horror speaks to ordinary experiences and emotions.
Reality shows bring "ordinary people" into our homes as entertainment, presenting celebrity to us "cafeteria-style."