In the News

Check out some of the latest press coverage of the groundbreaking research and knowledge that we publish here at Taylor & Francis.  Links to all sources and to originally published journal articles and books have been provided for convenience below. 

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Fox News Channel

Coronavirus may help researchers in fighting cancer, according to scientist

Article written by Amy McGorry highlighting a multi-national research study on the immune response against SARS-CoV-2 being potentially repurposed to fight cancer using the immune system. The research was originally published in OncoImmunology, a leading peer-reviewed journal published by Taylor & Francis which publishes international translational and clinical research into tumor immunology including anticancer therapies and immunotherapies.

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The New York Times

Are You Overpraising Your Child?

Article in Parenting Section written by Paul L. Underwood features references to Routledge’s recently published book, Psychological Perspectives on Praise.

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The Washington Post

The longer-term coronavirus fallout could erode democracy. Here’s how that could play out.

Article in the Monkey Cage section written by Cristina Bodea and Christian Houle which highlights original research findings from an article published in Democratization, a leading peer-reviewed political science journal published by Taylor & Francis Group

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BBC News

Six African heritage sites under threat from climate change

Article written by Pablo Uchoa highlighting recent research published in Azania on the impacts of extreme weather events, the rise in sea levels and other challenges associated with the changing climate, and how these are threatening to destroy invaluable cultural landmarks.

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CNN

Postpartum depression: A family hopes their loss will help others

Article written by CNN Health correspondent Sneha Kohli Mathur highlights prior research on how women of color disproportionately affected by postpartum depression which was originally published in the Journal of Social Work and Healthcare.