Month: January 2012

Informant Confidentiality in the Corporate University

UK newspapers have belatedly picked up on a troubling precedent that is crystallizing in the US courts. Boston College has been ordered to disclose recordings from an archive of interviews with former IRA members to the Police Service of Northern Ireland…

8 years ago
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Social science sites of the week

http://lselibraryresearch.blogspot.com/2012/01/social-science-sites-of-week_26.html 27th January is Holocaust memorial day To mark the occasion a new educational tool has been launched by University […]

8 years ago
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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

Report suggests Medical Schools teach social and behavioral science, how universities can help students in the job market, and more: Articles from around the Web on the state of social science this week.

8 years ago
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I’ve got a social science PhD now what?

I’m taking a break from digital professionalism this month to consider an issue which is currently dominating PhD / Post Doc discussions on twitter – Career options for Post docs and where you fit Post PhD.

8 years ago
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Social Science sites of the week

King Center Digital Archive launched Fabulous full text digital library providing free access to thousands of items relating to the […]

8 years ago
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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

Michael Higgins asks if there too many sociologists; the dimming line between the real and the virtual; and more: Articles from around the Web on the state of social science this week.

8 years ago
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