In school, the power of research for a paper was pretty obvious — the better it was, the higher the grade. With truthful, well-rounded research, what we wrote was richer with objectivity and authoritative information.
The future belongs to the curious.
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In the annual report on the intersectionality of gender, technology, and charitable giving, the Women’s Philanthropy Institute set out to understand and document exactly how gender and technology impact charitable giving in Women Give 2020.
Research shows that helping others makes us happy. But according to social psychologist and author Elizabeth Dunn, it matters how we do it. As a professional happiness researcher, Dunn investigates the meaning behind what she calls “the warm glow of giving” to discover the motivating factors behind why people make donations to charities.