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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

November 22, 2013 547

Social science students least likely to write theses The Brown Daily Herald

The social science of cyberattacks Phys.Org

Doing Social Science in Bangalore is tough, says Vasavi The New Indian Express

UConn faculty continues to lead in social science research UConn Daily Campus

Social Scientists Hit Back at NSF Grant Rules Scientific American

Delhi: Man gets jail for cheating in CBSE examination 15 years ago NDTV

Social sciences degree the key to careers success UK Net Guide

Gove’s wrong choices over call for social work reform The Guardian

Lessons from the humanities and social sciences washingtonpost.com

New Report Highlights How Sequestration Threatens Social and Behavioral Sciences newswise.com

Social science graduates more likely to be in work than science or arts graduates, report says sciencecodex.com

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