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    January 3, 2023

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, January 3, 2023

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Amarnath Amarasingam
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • School of Religion
    The National (UAE): US Centcom says almost 700 ISIS fighters were killed in Syria and Iraq in 2022
    Dr. Amarasingam says women and children living in Syrian camps are prime targets for radicalization.
    Ashworth, Laurence
    • Smith School of Business
    CHML 900 (Hamilton radio): New credit card processing fees
    Dr. Ashworth says many small businesses will likely pass the cost of credit card surcharges onto consumers.
    Imaan Bayoumi
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Family Medicine
    Globe and Mail: What the rest of the country can learn from Ontario’s family doctor payment model
    Dr. Bayoumi says that Ontario’s decision to restrict entry into the more lucrative capitated payment model is having a negative impact on the number of family doctors.
    Scott Berthelette CBC Radio: Indigenous- French relations
    Dr. Berthelette discusses the history of Indigenous-French relations in Canada.
    Boadway, Robin
    • Arts and Science
    • Economics
    CBC Radio: Keeping it in the family
    Dr. Boadway explains that inheritances are a driving force for wealth inequality.
    Robinson, Darryl
    • Law
    Francopresse: Écocide, «détruire la terre est le crime le plus sérieux qui existe»
    Professor Robinson speaks about the crime of ecocide.
    Mark Sabbagh
    • Arts and Science
    • Psychology
    Yahoo! Canada: Trust comes when you admit what you don’t know – lessons from child development research
    In this republished op-ed, Dr. Sabbagh touches on how overconfidence may reduce levels of trust when communicating with developing children.
    Spitzmuller, Matthias
    • Smith School of Business
    CHML 900 (Hamilton radio): Quiet quitting
    Dr. Spitzmuller speaks to the trend of quiet quitting in the workplace.
    Victoria Sytsma
    • Arts and Science
    • Sociology
    Kingston Whig-Standard: Number of Kingston homicides not alarming — yet
    Dr. Sytsma compares Kingston's homicide rate with provincial statistics.

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