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Campaign for Social Science
The Campaign for Social Science was launched by the Academy of Social sciences in 2011 to celebrate the success of UK social science, at a time of change and uncertainty in the higher education system. The Campaign seeks to identify to the public what social science is, and make clear the benefits of a social science education.
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By Campaign for Social Science | Published: April 7, 2017
A new report from Britain's Campaign for Social Science aims to show how social and behavioral science can be harnessed to both fight existing health problems and develop good habits for the future.
By Campaign for Social Science | Published: March 28, 2016
Sharon Witherspoon, the former director of the Nuffield Foundation and a guiding light of the Q-Step initiative, has been named the acting head of policy across both the Academy of Social Sciences and the Campaign...
By Campaign for Social Science | Published: December 10, 2015
In the third annual Campaign for Social Science/SAGE lecture, Sharon Witherspoon said we must show the ways ‘social science can give rise to public benefit’