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By Alessandro Lanuto | Published: April 25, 2017
A new report from the Campaign for Social Science argues that behavioral approaches -- both at an individual and an institutional level - can and must be part of the attempt to improvement health and the NHS.
By Jonathan Gray, Liliana Bounegru and Tommaso Venturini | Published: April 18, 2017
'By looking more closely at how fake news moves and mobilizes people, we can develop a richer picture of not only how much it circulates where, but also why it circulates and how it resonates amongst different publics.'
By Aftab Alam | Published: April 14, 2017
The only way out of the current state of tension for Indian universities, argues political scientists Aftab Alam, is for the institutions to learn to tolerate everything except intolerance.
By Social Science Space | Published: April 14, 2017
Ruben Schneider, who is ethnographically exploring the interactions of ‘global’ conservation alliances and local communities, describes his passion in this essay for the ESRC.
By Social Science Works | Published: April 13, 2017
Social Science Works, a new German-based international think tank, launches a product to assist decision makers in evaluating the quality of social science research.
By SAGE | Published: April 13, 2017
Several winners of an award that recognizes scholar-bloggers in international relations were asked to share their thoughts on blogging and what benefits it has for them and their field.
By Social Science Space | Published: April 13, 2017
The Urban Affairs Association will present this year's Marilyn J. Gittell Activist Scholar Award to Samuel Myers Jr., an economist who has pioneered methods that prove the pervasiveness of inequality.
By Social Science Space | Published: April 11, 2017
In the wake of recent divisive political campaigns, argues Caoimhe Ryan in this essay, it is vital that we not lose sight of important examples of inclusion and support.
By Social Science Space | Published: April 10, 2017
Are we paying enough attention to ostensible philanthropy that influences what goes on in British schools? We should, argues Ruth Puttick in this essay.
By Howard J. Silver | Published: April 10, 2017
Howard Silver looks at two distinguished individuals who have toiled for long periods of time in an area that receives attention only from those who understand the importance of data and statistics to the well-being of a democratic state