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    May 4, 2017

    Queen's In The News Thursday, May 4, 2017

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Barling, Julian
    • Smith School of Business
    NewsTalk 770 (Calgary): High-status women are happier when their husbands pitch in at home: study
    Dr. Barling's new research, which found women who believed they held “higher-status positions” compared to their husbands were more likely to experience “resentfulness or embarrassment” if their husband made less, was profiled.
    Nicaso, Antonio
    • Arts and Science
    • Languages, Literatures and Cultures
    Hamilton Spectator: Mobster Angelo Musitano was shot at close range in calculated hit: Detective
    Professor Nicaso said that the murder of Mr. Musitano could be retribution for his previous crimes.
    Rose, Jonathan
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    Huffington Post: Deepak Obhrai Gets A Great Laugh From O'Leary's Support
    Dr. Rose looked at possible motivations behind Kevin O'Leary's endorsement of Deepak Obhrai as his second choice on the CPC leadership ballot.
    Rosenberg, Mark
    • Arts and Science
    • Department of Geography and Planning
    CBC Online: 'We're so far behind': Canada unprepared for housing needs of rising senior population
    CBC TV: Youth out migration a problem in northern Ontario towns, cities and First Nations
    Dr. Rosenberg says that, despite 20 years of data showing a trend towards an aging population, that Canada is failing to prepare for the housing and home care needs that this demographic shift will require. He also discussed youth out-migration in First Nations communities in a separate article.

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