The ability of social media influencers to create Digital Envy is the key to marketing success on the internet. For some, COVID-19 has been a disaster, according to Associate Professor Lawrence Ang at Macquarie Business School.
Many migrants struggle to understand public health information about COVID-19. Ingrid Piller, Distinguished Professor of Applied Linguistics at Macquarie University, considers what a linguistic crisis response should look like.
Minorities were persecuted while communist spies ran amok – such is the record of Australia’s early security services, reveals a new book by Macquarie Honorary Fellow Dr John Fahey, officially launched today.
Even before COVID-19, there was much finger pointing at those who run and regulate nursing homes – but in truth, the fault lies in many places, says Associate Professor Denise Jepsen from Macquarie Business School.
The planned closure of hundreds of stores in shopping centres across the country marks an escalation of decades-long friction between retailers and their landlords, writes Macquarie University retail historian Dr Matthew Bailey.
As the sentencing hearing of the New Zealand mosque attacker begins today, Macquarie University terrorism researcher Dr Julian Droogan explains why far-right extremism has been growing in Australia – and how the nation is fighting back.
The release of a tell-all Trump biography has launched a new term on the world: toxic positivity, where to recognise negative emotions is to fail. Professor Jennie Hudson, from Macquarie's Department of Psychology, explains its damaging