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By Robert Dingwall | Published: April 16, 2013
The controversy over BBC journalists’ use of a student tour group linked to the London School of Economics should not be allowed to go away quietly.
By Pat Thompson | Published: April 15, 2013
Recently I’ve seen a lot of hero/heroine narratives. They now seem to be popping up in research impact plans and claims about impact.
By Tea Torbenfeldt Bengtsson | Published: January 8, 2013
Study finds boredom is a key experience in daily life in secure care and young people deal with their boredom through the generation of risk-taking action.
By Cameron Neylon | Published: January 4, 2013
The opportunity for H&SS to reach much wider audiences who appreciate the value of their work generally, and to reach those specific people who will make important use of it is enormous.
By SAGE | Published: November 12, 2012
With larger data sets offering researchers the potential to look at more subtle interactions, big data is becoming increasingly valuable to social sciences, yet challenges remain.
By jasoneastman | Published: September 7, 2012
With poverty now rising to levels not seen in a generation, many scholars are revisiting the still controversial theories connecting culture to class. Currently the great recession is accelerating the outsourcing and deindustrialization that has been decimating the economic well-being of all Americans for almost a generation.
By christianjarrett | Published: August 17, 2012
An uncanny number of psychology findings manage to scrape into statistical significance
By Robert Dingwall | Published: July 18, 2012
It seems we are to get Open Access in the UK whether we like it or not. It is, though, interesting to note how cavalier some people are about others’ intellectual property rights.
By SAGE | Published: July 13, 2012
A New Beginner’s Guide from Sense About Science