Sunday, June 22, 2014

How Do You Protect Kids from Cyberbullying?

A new study gives parents more reasons to be concerned about their children’s online safety. Uncommon Journalism speaks with an Internet safety expert on the best ways to protect teens and adolescents in cyberspace. 

Sunday, June 15, 2014

A Critical Look at Common Core

Uncommon Journalism speaks with a representative of the Foundation for Critical Thinking about the controversial education standards.

Forty-three states and the District of Columbia have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS.) Recently, Oklahoma and South Carolina approved legislation replacing CCSS, with North Carolina pushing bills that would that would require major revisions to its CCSS curricula. 

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Inside, and Insight Into, the Men's Rights Movement

Uncommon Journalism speaks to several Men’s Rights Activists about the controversial movement, and why they believe they are being grossly misrepresented and misinterpreted by the media at large.  

Sunday, June 1, 2014

A Link Between Autism and Mass Murder?

In the wake of Elliot Rodger’s rampage, researchers speak with Uncommon Journalism about the possible links between autism spectrum disorders and murderous behavior. 
Mass murderer Elliot Rodger was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome at a very young age. According to a new report, individuals with similar neurodevelopmental disorders may make up a considerable minority of the total mass killer population.