SAGE Campus is hosting a series of webinars on “Top Tips for Switching to Teaching Remotely.” The first webinar, which appears below, featured Tom Chatfield and Elspeth Timmans, who created the SAGE Campus Critical Thinking online course, discussing key questions from faculty about the shift to teaching remotely.
The impact of the Black Lives Matter movement has been impressive and far too long in arriving. It is therefore a pity that discrimination against people of color should get confused with the unhelpful label of racism. David Canter describes how the notion of ‘race’ fans discrimination.
With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting nearly every area of household health, social, and economic well-being, individuals and communities across all parts of […]
Public sociologist Rodney Coates, a professor of critical race and ethnic studies and of global and intercultural studies at Miami University of Ohio, and author the SAGE Publishing text The Matrix of Race, will present a free webinar on “A 12-Step Program for Decolonizing the University” on July 30. While the webinar filled up with a few hours of being announced, a recording will appear here on Social Science Space. In the meantime, here is the 12-step program Coates first presented on social media this spring.
A disaster (which originally meant “ill-starred”, or “under a bad star”) changes the world and our view of it. Our focus shifts, […]
A traumatic event is one in which a person experiences a genuine fear of death or injury for themselves or others. However, […]
In order to reduce the spread of the virus and to protect vulnerable persons, it is strongly advised to reduce physical contact, […]
Fabian Fabiano and Nick Haslam researched whether the standard manual of psychiatry was creating runaway diagnostic inflation. Here they explain what they found.