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Jenna Price is an academic at the University of Technology Sydney and a regular columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald.

Male Champions of Change has an image problem
Opinion

Male Champions of Change has an image problem

The Boe Pahari debacle has brought renewed focus on the group but has an even bigger challenge.

  • by Jenna Price

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On biscuits, unicorns and the real truth about working from home
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On biscuits, unicorns and the real truth about working from home

Last week, two women laid bare the realities of working-from-home while parenting-at-home. One was shown all the grace in the world. The other? Not so much.

  • by Jenna Price
The comfort of a pre-pandemic fashion impulse buy

The comfort of a pre-pandemic fashion impulse buy

Six Australians – from Julie Bishop to Poh Ling Yeow – reveal their final fashion purchase before lockdown, and where they plan to wear it once restrictions ease.

  • by Jenna Price and Natalie Reilly
How to stop being a bystander and stand up to racism and sexism
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How to stop being a bystander and stand up to racism and sexism

Hint: you can't do it alone. And you shouldn't.

  • by Jenna Price
Should you get a second flu shot this season?

Should you get a second flu shot this season?

Flu vaccines are at their most effective three to four months after immunisation.

  • by Jenna Price
'Bullies are forgiven, rewarded, reinstated': The toxic pattern in Australian politics
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'Bullies are forgiven, rewarded, reinstated': The toxic pattern in Australian politics

No political party in Australia is immune to branch stacking, bullying and harassment.

  • by Jenna Price
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The cruelest part of iso is giving me nightmares
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The cruelest part of iso is giving me nightmares

Our rituals, our celebrations and our mournings have been disrupted. No wonder we're not sleeping well.

  • by Jenna Price
When someone is murdered, what happens to their children?
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When someone is murdered, what happens to their children?

Domestic homicide survivor Ola Haydar has advice for other children who have encountered such violence, and for governments.

  • by Jenna Price
The young metal rebel adding real mushrooms and quarantine spirit

The young metal rebel adding real mushrooms and quarantine spirit

Please meet the iso-Lord of the Resistance, Nat, star of 'Nat’s What I Reckon', on Youtube and on Facebook, a million followers and counting.

  • by Jenna Price
At Sydney uni's privilege factories the 'mostly migrant' workers clean up rich kids' mess
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At Sydney uni's privilege factories the 'mostly migrant' workers clean up rich kids' mess

Colleges provide settings which make it possible for some to believe there are no rules.

  • by Jenna Price
The hashtag that shook the foundations of Alan Jones' power
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The hashtag that shook the foundations of Alan Jones' power

Facebook, Twitter, memes and hashtags formed the basis of a campaign that seriously weakened the broadcaster.

  • by Jenna Price