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Using fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis to study differences in conspiracy believers

Using fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis to study differences in conspiracy believers

Posted on 7 December 2023 by Home of Innovation Blog

  The plethora of security ramifications of conspiracy beliefs range from public health endangerment to violent attacks on democratic institutions. In this blog, Isabella Orpen, a Research Assistant at the […]

Why do we fall for fake news? A brief insight into personality traits, government trust, and conspiracy mentality

Why do we fall for fake news? A brief insight into personality traits, government trust, and conspiracy mentality

Posted on 7 December 2023 by Home of Innovation Blog

  What makes someone susceptible to disinformation? In this blog, Andrew Wainwright, an undergraduate student studying Human and Social Sciences at Cardiff University, discusses his research project into this area. […]

Kickstarting innovation in public safety

Kickstarting innovation in public safety

Posted on 8 November 2023 by Home of Innovation Blog

  Kickstarter funding schemes are a fantastic catalyst for nurturing new research collaborations and initiatives. In this blog we discuss four projects that have benefitted from Kickstarter funding provided by […]