Month: March 2012

My Social Science Career: Interview with Linda Putnam

As part of a series of occasional interviews with leading social scientists, Linda Putnam, Chair of the Department of Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara, spoke to socialsciencespace about her career.

9 years ago

Are You Reaching Your Audience?

The University of South Florida’s 22nd Annual Social Marketing Conference: Ideas Beyond Borders, sponsored by USF Health, kicks off this […]

9 years ago

Social Science sites of the week

Nelson Mandela Digital Archive Project launched. Marvellous new resource created by Google in association with the Nelson Mandela Centre of […]

9 years ago

Is Conservatism Our Default Ideology?

New research provides evidence that, when under time pressure or otherwise cognitively impaired, people are more likely to express conservative views.

9 years ago

Who Are the Leaders We Need?

Brad Shuck and Ann Mogan Herd, both of the University of Louisville, published “Employee Engagement and Leadership: Exploring the Convergence […]

9 years ago

The Health Care Paradox

As the health care debate rages on, we bring you an article that provides a perspective on U.S. health care, […]

9 years ago

Weekly Overview of Social Science News

University of Pennsylvania announces new forum on Social Science and Policy, Cary Cooper and Stephen Anderson make the case for a chief social scientist in the Guardian, and more in this update on Social Science News.

9 years ago