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A list of all Social Science Bites episodes to date:

David Stuckler on Austerity and Death;

Kate Pickett on the Case for Equality;

Angela McRobbie on the Illusion of Equality for Women;

Lawrence Sherman on Criminology;

Ann Oakley on Women’s Experience of Childbirth;

Sarah Franklin on the Sociology of Reproductive Technology;

Doreen Massey on Space;

Daniel Kahneman on bias;

Toby Miller on Cultural Studies;

Stephen Pinker on Violence and Human Nature;

Jonathan Haidt on Moral Psychology;

Paul Seabright on the Relationship Between the Sexes;

Robert Shiller on Behavioral Economics;

Sonia Livingstone on Children and the Internet;

Avner de-Shalit on the Spirit of Cities;

Richard Sennett on Co-Operation;

Rom Harré on What is Social Science?;

Danny Dorling on Inequality;

Welcome to the blog for the Social Science Bites podcast: a series of interviews with leading social scientists. Each episode explores an aspect of our social world. You can access all audio and the transcripts from each interview here. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @socialscibites.

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