Kamala Harris is the first Black woman on an American presidential ticket, raising expectations for higher Black voter turnout in November. Earlier this year, we conducted research on why Black men have been less likely to vote – and how to increase their participation.
Author: Cara O'Flynn
A study of Italians aged 16 to 30 as Covid-19 ravaged their country reveals deep anxiety paired with an eagerness to get back up again.
While those with access to voice technology use it regularly, most are not taking full advantage of its potential.
For global teens and young adults, the online world inspires stress as well as new forms of self-expression.
We’ve never had so many ways to watch TV. A new video illustrates what TV means to viewers around the world in this changing landscape.
Kids in Colombia are forward-thinking, self-assured, tech-savvy – and don’t take social media too seriously.
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In India, young people want to share on private social platforms so they can protect their public online identities.
A Nickelodeon Kids & Family GPS study looks at what kids in Nigeria and South Africa are like – and how they differ from their global peers.
When Gen X women come up against gender discrimination, they work around the problem covertly. Their individual actions have collectively redefined expectations for women today.
Our new 10-minute documentary shines a light on the lives of Gen Xers around the world.
New study shows Gen X values sex over friendship, has killed the mid-life crisis, dismantled traditional gender and family roles, and redefined the workplace
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Gen X find satisfaction in relationships by ignoring tradition, according to a new Viacom International study
Global parents’ views of the LGBT community are loosening up — and entertainment has a powerful influence upon their attitudes, according to a new study.
Viacom International spoke with European youth immediately following the Brexit vote - and the implications of potential travel difficulties emerged as a key concern