social sciences

Estonian teachers and schools are very open to innovation.
Cooperation contributes to innovation in education
Estonian university leads an international innovation project
The kind of intervention developed by Prof. Harro and his team could prompt more people to drive within the speed limits or take traffic regulations more seriously. Photo credit: Taaniel Malleus.
Science|Business: Keeping drivers’ impulses in check
Project IKID research seminar at the University of Lausanne with participants from Estonia, Switzerland, Cambodia and Laos. Photo by: Aaro Hazak.
Studying South-East Asian transition economies is a success story of EU-funded research
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Can obesity be compared with addiction?
According to theory, people often use digital technologies to cope with negative emotions . Photo by:
How excessive smartphone use may take its toll on mental health
E-residency contributes to the reproduction of digital inequalities
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Every 5th tot under the age of 3 in Estonia uses smartphone daily
How Estonian Vegan Men Challenge Stereotypes
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University of Tartu professor to develop AI for improving business processes
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Chemists warn against unreasonable wastage upon acquisition of scientific equipment
Ready for utopia? How Estonians see citizen’s income discussion
Compared to other European countries, Estonian children experience fewer Internet threats
Nowadays, giftedness is mostly associated with children, which may leave the needs of people in other age groups in the background. Author/source: Alice Achterhof/Unsplash
Giftedness is valued in Estonia but its carriers are left in the shadows
Journalists need to carry out tasks for various mediums – work that used to be carried out by four journalists 20 years ago is now being done by one. Author/source:
Stress and burnout among Estonian journalists is caused by the lack of routine
Georgian Childhood Experiences Pushed to Research Country’s Transformations
Telework is the optimal solution for extending worklife
Online journalists are expected to have a multitude of skills but working under time pressure and quantity requirements leaves little opportunity to apply these different skills.  Source:
Doctoral thesis explained why online journalism contains so many errors
Mental Well-Being of Adolescence Needs Much More Attention
Vasilis Kostakis (Photo by Ilias Katsouras)
First ever ERC Starting Grant at Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance and Tallinn University of Technology
Verbal Competence Influences Maths Learning in Later Years
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Legislation needs sensitive approach
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Selfies depict values and improve self-understanding
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Landscapes tell forgotten stories

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