Social Science Space is presenting 10 shortlisted essays written by young social scientists in an ESRC competition looking at how social science might change the world in the next half century. This week we present Louise Thompson who examines how great it would be if we could all play a bigger part in making changes to laws before they come into force, rather than just complaining about them afterwards
Crises are common in the modern world and the value system of leaders plays a crucial role in effectively managing a crisis. […]
C. Smith, H. Davidson (2014). The paradox of generosity: Giving we receive, grasping we lose. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 261 […]
If there is one thing to be said about the holiday season, it is that there are plenty of unique holiday traditions […]
Stanford’s Albert Bandura, a psychologist who first gained acclaim for his study of learned violence involving a Bobo doll, has received one of seven National Medals of Science awarded by President Barack Obama this year.
The January 2016 issue of Journal of Management Inquiry is now available and free to read for the next 30 days. This […]
Sociologist Eric Giannella argues the uncertainty of science makes intuition and judgement essential, and yet the effect of metrics is to reduce the role of judgment.