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By Social Science Space | Published: March 13, 2017
The Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences of Canada has settled on the sitting public affairs chief of the Canadian Cancer Society as the federation’s...
By Peter Neal Peregrine | Published: March 9, 2017
Is Trump’s presidency part of a larger movement toward a solipsistic world? asks Peter Neal Peregrine. And if so, which solipsist gets to say what...
By Robert Dingwall | Published: February 12, 2017
The UK science policy establishment has been remarkably sanguine in the face of its government’s plans for Brexit, argues Robert Dingwall.
By Richard Whittle | Published: February 3, 2017
The value in economics lies not in some magical ability to divine the future. Tell that to the policymakers who expect their fortunes told.
By Social Science Space | Published: January 13, 2017
Anthony King, a political scientist whose career ranged from the most serious of scholarship to popular explanation on the BBC, has died at 82.
By Emma A. Jane | Published: December 28, 2016
A new computer program from the author of 'Misogyny Online' slices up and shuffles around an archive of sexualized vitriol, rape threats, and aggressive sleaze...
By David Canter | Published: November 17, 2016
The win for Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election raises many questions about democracy and the ways in which populist movements and protest against...
By Social Science Space | Published: November 9, 2016
UPDATE: Two Indian social scientists are among 10 people charged with murder in an Indian state wracked by an ongoing insurgency by Maoist rebels that...