At the beginning of your career, what are the key issues and challenges you face as a social scientist? On this page – and across socialsciencespace in fact – are some tools and resources that may be of use.
Blogging on early career topics:
Dr. Sarah-Louise Quinnell Is a social scientist, specifically a Development Geographer. Sarah has wide ranging research interests from international environmental politics and development planning to geographies of cyberspace and using social media for academic research and researcher development. Sarah is the founder of www.networkedresearcher.co.uk and also makes regular contributions to the thesis whisperer and Guardian Higher Education Network.
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Need help getting your article or book published? Here are some useful tips and tools:
- SAGE gateway – advice on getting published
- Guardian Higher Education live chat on getting published
- The SAGE series on getting published, from SAGE Connection: part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4
- Nominate more resources for this section: email us
Some other useful sites with support for early career researchers in the social sciences