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An Analysis of the Florida Man

The legend of the Florida Man has grown to mythic proportions in recent years, yet until now no one has undertaken a rigorous quantitative approach to understanding the World’s Worst Superhero. From his meteoric rise to prominence on Twitter to lurid tales of broken dreams and stolen alligators, we apply the F.L.O.R.I.D.A. Man Scoring System to 225 online news reports to learn what the whole Florida Man thing is really about… Read More >>

Perceptions of Danger in Popular Contact Sports

With year-over-year ratings continuing to decline, the National Football League may have a bigger problem than presidential tweets or the national anthem. In less than two years, the NFL has paid out over $500 million in concussion settlements to thousands of retired players, and that may just be the beginning…. Read More >>

Ripple Effect of Childhood Bullying

The consequences of childhood bullying have become so detrimental in recent years that they’ve inspired national and global campaigns. Despite visibility and commitments from teachers and institutions to recognize the signs of bullying, it’s important to understand that childhood bullying isn’t exclusive to the classroom… Read More >>

Intoxicated Injuries

On average, Americans consume 1.4 drinks per day, 9.5 drinks per week, and 494 drinks per year – but when people find themselves on the wrong side of that daily average, things can go south quickly. We’re talking broken bones, fistfights, and concussions… Read More >>

Fatal Workplace Injuries

Fatal workplace accidents can and do happen. While employers may aim to create a safe environment for their employees, hazardous moments can happen anywhere and create deadly scenarios. Across the U.S., the number of fatal workplace injuries increased by 7 percent between 2015 and 2016, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)… Read More >>

Human Lives Saved by Robotic Replacements

For academics and average workers alike, the prospect of automation provokes concern and controversy. As the American workplace continues to mechanize, some experts see harsh implications for employment, including the loss of 73 million jobs by 2030. Others maintain more optimism about the fate of the global economy, contending technological advances could… Read More >>

Fatal Commuter Crashes

Driving a longer commute to and from work doesn’t just mean spending more hours in the car and fewer hours at home – it can actually be bad for your physical and mental health. Neck and back pain, higher levels of stress, and bad sleep are just a few issues commuters have on top of… Read More >>

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